There are a number of Para-Nordic specific events taking place each year ranging from local camps and clinics to domestic and international competitions. On these Para-Nordic Event pages you will find or be directed to more detailed information about camps and clinics, event descriptions, competition calendars and results, PN-CPL and licensing.
Para-Nordic competition opportunities range from local club events to the Paralympics. The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) organizes and governs all international Para-Nordic competition including World Cup, World Championships and the Paralympics. Domestic Para-Nordic competition is organized and governed by Cross Country Canada (CCC) and its Divisions and is generally integrated into able-bodied events such as Provincial Cups, NorAms, Nationals and Canada Winter Games to meet specific Para-Nordic competition needs. For more information on IPC and domestic events please go to our 'Events Info' - Para-Nordic races page.
Relevant domestic or international Para-Nordic competitions are posted on the CCC main Events Calendar page.
Race licensing for athletes
To compete in CCC sanctioned Para-Nordic events and qualify for PN-CPL in Canada athletes and guides must have a CCC race license. IPC race licenses are necessary for Para-Nordic athletes and guides who wish to compete internationally in IPC sanctioned events. To find out more and apply for these licenses please go to our license application page .