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 .
December 11, 2013
L’athlète de Québec a obtenu des 20e et 21e places lors de la Coupe du monde de ski paranordique à Canmore, en Alberta. » More
December 4, 2013
Racing begins Monday December 9th and continues to December 17th, at the renowned Canmore Nordic Center. » More
February 20, 2013
Members of the Soldier On program attended a two day training camp in Duntroon, Ontario to try cross-country skiing and biathlon on February 13th and 14th. » More
June 20, 2012
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) is excited to take part in Canada’s 145th birthday celebrations by hosting a “Parasport Festival” at Jacques-Cartier Park in Gatineau, Quebec. » More
March 2, 2012
Twenty-four Para Nordic athletes, six coaches and ten support people attended the Ontario ParaSport Winter Games in Huntsville, Ontario on the February 24–26,2012 weekend. » More
February 24, 2012
A winter parasport festival! Learn more about and try winter parasports! » More
October 11, 2011
More than 140 athletes from 15 different countries are expected to compete in four major World Cup events, including the World Cup Finals in Vuokatti, Finland. » More
July 11, 2011
In the women’s race, the tandem of Robbi Weldon of Thunder Bay, ON and Lyne Bessette of Knowlton, QC took the win after a solo breakaway. In doing so, they win the coveted World Cup title and win the overall standings.
July 4, 2011
The World Champion tandem of Robbi Weldon of Ontario and Lyne Bessette of Québec won women’s road race in another exciting finish against Geneviève Ouellette and Emilie Roy, both riding for Team Québec. » More
April 7, 2011
On April 6th the Paralympic team of Canada visited the most interesting places of Khanty-Mansiysk.