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  • Head Coach Nakkertok Nordic
    Thanks to a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Quest for Gold Enhanced Coaching Program, Nakkertok is hiring a full time, enthusiastic leader to be the new head of our race program overseeing athletes from FUNdamentals to Train Compete . We have a successful high performance racing program with 250 athletes, 2 paid full time coaches, 3 part time paid coaches, a strong volunteer coach/admin support structure and excellent facilities, including snowmaking. We are offering a competitive salary with benefits. Competitive Development certification is requested and the hired coach must reside in Ontario during this role. Bilingualism would be an asset. This position starts April 1, 2019. 
    If you are interested in joining our team please contact Race Program Director, Lisa Allan at email lmaskibike@gmail.com with a cover letter and resume.
    Posted Feb 21, 2019, 3:57 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Community Coach Workshop Dec.22-23
    Date:   Dec. 22-23
    Location:  Nakkertok South Blue Room
    Time:   Saturday Dec. 22      12:30pm  to 6pm
                  Sunday Dec. 23       9am to 3pm
    register by Dec. 19

    Coaches will require both skate and classic equipment
    Skate equipment can be rented
    Trail pass will have to be purchased by non-Nakkertok coaches

    Any questions please contact Geoff Tomlinson at gtomlinson115@gmail.com
    Posted Dec 19, 2018, 7:01 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Coaching Course L2T Dryland Oct 20 & 21
    An L2T dryland course will be conducted on the weekend of October 20/21. A great opportunity to expand your coaching skills, meet and learn with other coaches from the region.

    Registration is in the Coach.ca locker:    https://thelocker.coach.ca/event/registration/2785
    Full details are all in the registration link..

    Dates: Saturday and Sunday Oct 20/21
    Location(s): Saturday: Nakkertok South Second Floor Maintenance Building (900 ave Gatineau)
    Sunday Morning only P8 Gatineau Park
    Time: 8 am to 4:30 pm both days

    Prerequisites: Coaches need to have completed their CC training or if coaching athletes aged 9 and older they needs to have completed the on-line ICC module.

    Posted Sep 25, 2018, 6:41 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Announcing the 2019 NCD Series Race Calendar

    The NCD Race Series continues a regional race tradition that is now over 25 years old, providing excellent race opportunities for athletes of all ages in a range of race formats. Last year over 700 individual athletes participated in the races. The 2019 NCD Race Series features 7 unique events hosted by our regional clubs that provide athletes the opportunity to develop their skiing technique and race skills in a fun and supportive environment.  

    The 2019 NCD Race Series includes the following events this season:

    DateEventLocationFormat 
    Jan. 6XC Chelsea Masters FundRaceRelais Plein AirClassic team sprints
    Jan. 13Kanata Nordic Pretzel SprintsKanata NordicSkate sprints, Kings Court
    Jan 26-27Coupe Skinouk Gatineau (Skinouk, Le Relais)Skate / Interval
    Feb. 2Silver SpoonDRXC (Deep River), ONClassic interval
    Feb. 23Nakkertok Juniors ("Cookie Race")Nakkertok SouthSkate
    Mar. 2 Chelsea Nordiq Super SprintsCamp FortuneSprint Skate
    Mar. 3Thea's RaceNakkertok North                Classic mixed sprints

    For complete information about races in the NCD Series all the latest information including registration links is on the Race Calendar page.
    Posted Jan 9, 2019, 5:42 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • NCD Banquet Friday, April 13, 2018

    Mark your calendar for the annual NCD Banquet at Camp Fortune on Friday, April 13.  Please join your teammates and friends as we celebrate all the participants of the NCD Race Series and look back at the fantastic events we enjoyed this season. There will be an awards ceremony to recognize the top athletes in each of the categories and award their NCD awards. 


    Date:  Friday, April 13, 2018
    Time:  6:00pm     dinner served at 6:30pm, awards to follow
    RSVP:  please email Carla Tomlinson at  carlatomlinson115@gmail.com
    Cost:  $25 per person
    Location:   Camp Fortune Main Lodge
    Dinner Menu
    Fresh Baked Rolls
    Spring Mix Salad 
    Roasted Potatoes
    Steamed Vegetables
    Vegetarian Pasta
    Marinated Pork loin with pan drippings 
    Brownies & Fruit Salad
    Coffee & tea station
    Soft drink & Juice station
    Posted Apr 3, 2018, 5:21 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Coupe Skinouk 2018 New Date: March 3 !!
    The Coupe Skinouk skiathlon race date has been re-scheduled to March 3.  Weather conditions did not allow the event to be held. 
    All registered skiers and coaches will receive a technical document with the relevant information no later than March 2, 2018.
    Contingency plans:  Any information regarding a change of site or race format if necessary will be announced on February 24, 2018 on the Skinouk Website.
    Posted Jan 18, 2018, 6:48 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Fundrace 2018 by XC Chelsea Masters
    Fundrace 2018 is held to raise funds to support elite Junior ski racers from the National Capital area who are bound to the World Championships. The 2018 World Junior and U23 Championships will be held in Goms, Switzerland from 28 January until 3 February 2018. And just to go there, our Canadian athletes must pay $3,200 prior to departure from Canada.  So, while these elite athletes will be participating in the French Cup races on January 20-21, we will be raising funds and (having) fun racing for them ☺

    The Fundrace 2018 event will raise funds for three superb local athletes attending the World Championships:
    Antoine Cyr                    CNEPH - Skinouk
    Katherine Stewart-Jones    NTDC Thunder Bay – Nakkertok
    Laura Leclair                    CNEPH - Chelsea Nordiq

    • DATE: Sunday 21 January 2018
    • LOCATION: Meredith Centre, 23 chemin Cecil in Chelsea Quebec.
    • STYLE: Classic
    • FORMAT: This will be a fun focused event. Everyone is welcome, kids, youth, adults! Two person team sprint format. Mass start by category. “Team” sprints are two-person teams racing an approx. 750m sprint course. Both team members use the same technique. The first skier races a lap of the course and then tags their teammate, who skis a lap of the course before tagging their teammate. Each teammate skis three laps of the course for a total of six laps per team. Expect each race to take about 30 min.
    • RACE START:   9am
    • BIB PICKUP:   8am
    • CATEGORIES: Open Women, Open Men, Mixed. Each Team will be entered in the age category of the oldest team member.
    *** UPDATED  *** 
    All NCD categories are available for registration.
    Register in the male, female, or mixed gender categories
    • Your YOB will be used to register you for the appropriate NCD category. Teams with multiple category ages will have results calculated based on the YOB of the oldest skier. 
    • Categories are as follows: 
      • Atom  (ages 6/7), 
      • Mighty Mite  (ages 8/9). 
      • Pee Wee  (ages 10/11), 
      • Midget   (ages 12/13), 
      • Juvenile (ages 14/15), 
      • Junior boy/girls (ages 16/17), 
      • Junior men/women (ages 18/19), 
      • Senior (ages 20-29), 
      • Masters (30+)
    Register here by midnight Jan.19.
    Posted Jan 18, 2018, 6:21 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Coupe Skinouk and Kanata Pretzel Sprints Cancelled
    Both races scheduled for this weekend have been cancelled due to the weather.  Coupe  Skinouk and Kanata Pretzel Sprints are both cancelled, the organizers are working to find an alternate date to hold these excellent events. The rain and warm temperatures have badly damaged the courses and made it impossible to hold these events as planned. Stay tuned for information on rescheduled dates for these events.

    Posted Jan 12, 2018, 5:20 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • CCC OFFICIALS LEVEL 3 CERTIFICATION COURSE

    Jan 31 – Feb 4, 2018   Gatineau, Quebec

     Join fellow cross country ski officials from across Canada for this exciting opportunity to learn from a variety of our sport’s top officials, to share event management experiences and to network with other club, division and national officials.  Offered in conjunction with the 2018 Haywood NorAm Eastern Canadians hosted at the Nakkertok Nordic Centre it represents an ideal opportunity to review a number of interesting event formats including Para-Nordic under the direction of an experienced Organizing Committee. This facilitated course will combine a series of expert-led sessions with on-site event observation assignments and participant presentations on pre-course assigned topics. Pre and post course assignments complete the evaluation components of this course.

     The LEVEL 3 OFFICIALS COURSE is designed to prepare officials to:

    1. effectively structure, staff and manage a Competition Committee at Division through National level events,
    2. perform any “major official” role at the National Championship level,
    3. lead an event organizing committee for a major event,
    4. perform the role of a Divisional TD,
    5. be familiar with CCC technical packages, CCC/FIS rules and make appropriate rule interpretations as they apply to CCC Tier 1 and Tier 2 level competitions
    6. be able to provide a risk management assessment for a race site and develop an effective Risk Management plan. 
    7. teach the Level 1 and 2 Officials clinics after having achieved Certification
    For further information about the course and registration, follow this link.
    Posted Jan 1, 2018, 12:34 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
  • Nakkertok Alumni Candy Cane Cup Dec.16-17

    The Nakkertok Alumni Candy Cane Cup is an early season, CPL points race.  The idea behind this event is to host a high level race in Eastern Canada in December so that our athletes do not need to travel west and race at altitude in order to test themselves prior to qualifying events that are usually held in early January.  The alumni component is that this race is an opportunity for parents of past racers to come together, re-live old times, and meet the club and the new crop of skiers.

    Events:

    Saturday – Open (M/W) Category Sprint, free technique
    Sunday – Midget to Masters interval start Classic race distances 2.5 K to 7.5 K

    RACE DETAILS

     Please find all the race details in the RACE NOTICE   (English)      (Français)

    This is a LOW-FLUORO Event for ALL CATEGORIES

    COSTS:

    • one race $20
    • two races $35
    • Additional costs apply to those who do not have a CCC race license and Quebec residents without a SFQ license

    REGISTERING:

    Posted Nov 27, 2017, 6:53 PM by NCD HPC-Rep
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