February 22, 2005
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- Youth Program Director: CXC (Madison, WI):
Central Cross Country Skiing (CXC) is now seeking a youth director to be based out of its CXC Center of Excellence training center in Madison, Wis. The youth director will be responsible for introducing families to cross country skiing focused on healthful engagement a lifelong outdoor recreational sport.
- Head Coach, Assistant Coaches: Robbinsdale Armstrong High School (Robbinsdale, MN):
Armstrong High School Nordic Team has posted both head coach and two assistant coach positions for the 2019/20 Nordic Ski Season. Those interested in the position please contact Kim Rudd and Adam Himes at: Armstrong.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Inventory & Receiving Associate: Gear West (Long Lake, MN):
As a inventory and receiving associate you will contribute to the profitability of the retail operation by receiving, handling, pricing, and help to manage the inventory of merchandise and supplies in a timely and organized manner.
- Nordic Sales Associate: Gear West (Long Lake, MN):
We are seeking a friendly self-starter with and passion for cross-country skis. This is a full-time position.
- Training Coaches, Assistant Coaches: Endurance United (St. Paul, MN):
Endurance United kicks off its 2019/2020 season for adult year round training on May 7th. We are hiring coaches for lead positions, assistant positions, and subbing positions. Seasonal opportunities are available (spring/summer, fall/winter). We are looking for qualified coaches to join our exceptional coaching staff we currently have.
CXC Annual Awards
April 10, 2019
CXC will honor a number of individuals as part of the CXC Congress in late April. Awardees include lifetime commitment: Jack Jeffery; volunteer impact: Jim Tervo; community leader: Ted Theyerl, Chippewa Valley Nordic Ski; excellence in coaching: Kevin Brochman, Minneapolis Ski Club.
Lee Borowski Passes Away
November 10, 2018
John McCarthy reports: Lee Borowski passed away on Oct 31st. Borowski was an innovator and a driving force for cross country skiing, nationwide. He was known for his books and videos that basically taught us all how to skate ski and was a coach and mentor to many, including Luke Bodensteiner. There was a memorial service for him Saturday, Nov 10th, at Krause Funeral Homes in Brookfield, Wi.