The Olympic Champions 2022 in the Nordic ski disciplines might be originating in the Sea to Sky region, as Whistler Sport Legacies is inviting young athletes to stay and train at the new “Whistler Nordic Development Centre”.
Please find below news releases issued by Whistler Sport Legacies:
Whistler, BC: Canada Day will be the kickoff for Whistler Olympic Park’s summer operations in 2016.
Whistler, BC: Families are in for a special deal this summer at the Whistler Sliding Centre. For the Summer Bobsleigh experience “Rolling Thunder”, suitable for ages 12 and up, one child slides for free with a paying adult 19 or older (ratio 1 child 12-18 years to 1 adult).
Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park is gearing up for the summer season which will run from July 1 until September 4, 2016 (10:00am until 4:30pm daily).
Whistler, BC: The Whistler Sliding Centre is looking ahead to an exciting season finish.
Whistler, BC: Spring Break is a great time for children and youth who want to try a new sport – not just any sport, but exciting Olympic winter sports! Whistler Sport Legacies is offering several programs that introduce participants to both Nordic ski and sliding sports.
Whistler, BC – Eleven multisport partners have joined forces to create the viaSport Alliance, committed to working together and highlighting the importance of sport as a tool for energizing communities and enhancing quality of life for British Columbians.
Whistler, BC: From February 12-21, 2016, the second edition of the Winter Youth Olympic Games will draw over 1,000 athletes between 14 and 18 years from 71 countries to compete for the medals in 15 sports in Lillehammer, Norway.
Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park hosts the 2016 Aviva Ski Jumping FIS Cup with international participation, as well as the 2016 HUB Ski Jumping Canadian National Championship from February 5-7.
Whistler, BC – Ski Callaghan, the joint venture between Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures, will be celebrating BC Family Day on February 8 with a special offer: All day admission tickets for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and sightseeing wi
Whistler, BC: The Whistler Sliding Centre will be hosting the BMW IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh & Skeleton on January 22 and 23.
Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park is again offering its “$5 Wednesdays” this winter season. Until the end of February, the Park will be open until 9:00 pm each Wednesday.
Whistler, BC: During the holidays, visitors to Whistler Olympic Park will not only be able to cross-country ski, snowshoe, toboggan, Baseboard or shoot a biathlon rifle, they will also have the opportunity to watch top ski jumping athletes train.
Whistler, BC: Just in time for the holiday season, Whistler Olympic Park’s cross-country and snowshoe trail system is in great condition after the recent snowfall.
Whistler, BC: Contrary to common belief, perfume, scarfs and socks are not exciting gifts. Whistler Sport Legacies offers various stocking stuffer alternatives for activities at Whistler Olympic Park, the Whistler Sliding Centre, and the Whistler Athletes’ Centre.
Whistler, BC: For the second year, Whistler Sport Legacies is offering ‘Olympic Mondays’, a multi-sport program that introduces children and youth to multiple Olympic winter sports in January and February 2016.
Whistler, BC: Whistler’s most unique adrenaline rush experience is available again.
Whistler, BC – Ski Callaghan will open its gates on November 26 for the winter season. The recent snowfall has provided an adequate base for the Nordic ski area, a joint venture between Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures, to open as scheduled.
Whistler, BC – Ski Callaghan’s operations crew has been busy recently, as the first big snowfall of the season allowed them to start preparing and packing trails both on higher and lower elevations.
Whistler, BC: The Sea to Sky Corridor’s children and youth like to go fast – down the mountain, on bike trails, or in ice rinks. Now they can take speed to another level!