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Nor-Am Cup

Who: Canada’s future ski stars compete against other up-and-coming athletes from the USA and around the world. Competitors include team members from Canada’s alpine, para-alpine and ski cross teams as well as provincial ski team athletes. 

What’s at stake: At Nor-Am Cup races, Canada’s aspiring ski stars get the chance to compete at an international level. Nor-Am races allow athletes to prepare mentally and technically for World Cup racing. The season-long Nor-Am series comes to a head at the Nor-Am finals in March (February for para-alpine). In alpine, the top two overall competitors for each discipline at the end of the finals win a World Cup spot for the following season in that event.  

Live Timing

Please note live-timing results are unofficial until approved by the sanctioning sports organization. Live timing is provided by

alpinecanadalive.org

Race Notice

 

Nor-Am Cup (Alpine)

Nov. 24-25 2015 - Jackson Hole, WY, USA (Ladies Slalom)
Nov. 26-27 2015 - Jackson Hole, WY, USA (Mens Slalom)
Nov. 30-Dec. 1 2015 - Copper Mountain, CO, USA (Mens Giant Slalom)
Dec. 2-3 2015 - Copper Mountain, CO, USA (Ladies Giant Slalom)
Dec. 7-11, 2015 - Lake Louise, AB CAN (Mens and Ladies Downhill and Super-G)
Dec. 12-18, 2015 - Panorama, BC CAN (Mens and Ladies Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super-G and Alpine Combined)
Feb. 4-5 2016 - Mont Garceau, QC CAN (Ladies Giant Slalom)
Feb. 6-7 2016 - Val St-Come, QC CAN (Ladies Slalom)
Feb. 4-7 2016 - Mont Garceau, QC CAN (Mens Slalom and Giant Slalom)
Feb. 9-12 2016 - Lake Placid, NY USA (Mens and Ladies Giant Slalom, Super-G and Alpine Combined)
Mar. 9-18, 2016 - Aspen, CO USA (FINALS: Mens and Ladies Downhill, Super-G, Mens Slalom and Giant Slalom)
Mar. 19-21, 2016 - Vail, CO USA (FINALS: Ladies Slalom and Giant Slalom)
Mar. 20, 2016 - Vail, CO USA (FINALS: Mens Slalom)

Sport Chek Nor-Am Cup  (Ski cross)

 

IPC Nor-Am Cup (Para-alpine)

 

More information: Nor-Ams are governed by the International Ski Federation (FIS); therefore, FIS rules apply