Cape Breton Nordic will host their 2022 AGM and Membership Discussion Tuesday June 14th from 6:30-8:30. All Members and potential members welcome. Watch for details to follow.
Updates will be posted on the Cape Breton Nordic Facebook Page. We will update this article once further details are posted by CBN.
Cape Breton Nordic is a developing group that is re-establishing an environment to support snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the Cape Breton Region. CBN grooms a 7 km trail system at Seaview Golf and Country Club, in North Sydney. Contact, email@example.com.
After applications are received, there will be an interview process to gain entry into the program. Apply here.
All coaches accepted into the program will be required to take NCCP mentorship training online via Zoom.
In collaboration with Sport Nova Scotia and the Mi’kmaq Sport Council of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic, will be launching the first-ever Nova Scotian Black and Indigenous Coach Mentorship Program. The program will be a two-year project aimed at recruiting and supporting black and indigenous coaches. The program will include face to face workshops and virtual sessions, one-on-one guidance and support from experienced coaches and also receive National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) training.
The Black and Indigenous Coach Mentorship is free, and there is an application and interview process to identify perspective mentees. The program is open to any coach who identifies as a member of the Black and, or Indigenous community. This includes new and experienced coaches who are seeking an opportunity to further develop coaching knowledge, skills and expertise. Selected coaches are required to participate in the program for the full two-year duration.
“The goal of the Black and Indigenous Coach Mentorship program is to provide an inclusive and supportive learning environment for new and aspiring coaches to build confidence and competence and become valued leaders in their communities and throughout the provincial sport system.”
The FIS Youth and Children cross country skiing committee wants to conduct a survey amongst young athletes (birth year 2002-2009) in order to get a better view of athletes’ thoughts about cross country skiing. These views help FIS to evaluate the current status as well as to determine the direction that cross country skiing should be taken.
The result of this survey will be revealed and shared in the FIS Congress meetings in May, and all nations participating will of course get the results for their own nation.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) is the governing body for international skiing and snowboarding, founded in 1924 during the first Olympic Games in Chamonix, France.Recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), FIS manages the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding, including setting the international competition rules. Through its 135 member nations, more than 7’000 FIS ski and snowboard competitions are staged annually. Specific initiatives are undertaken by FIS to promote snow activities as a healthy leisure recreation, notably for the young.