Congratulations to all the skiers and teams on a successful State Meet. Despite the cold temperatures, one of the largest groups of skiers participated in the meet with over 435 registered skiers. Thanks to The American Birkenbeiner Foundation for serving as the host facility and primary sponsor as well as providing key personnel for grooming and general operations. Also thanks to all our sponsors who’s financial and other contributions make all of this possible. Save the same weekend for next year, February 8-10, 2019, because we are planning on doing it all over again.
Volunteers Needed Thanks To All Volunteers
It was a great State Meet for 2018 and it would not be possible without the assistance of everyone who volunteered to help throughout the weekend. We’ll be compiling the numbers, but suffice it to say, hundreds of hours were contributed over the weekend. When we get it all added up, the Wisconsin Nordic Development Group will be sending checks to teams who had parents, siblings, extended family and friends that contributed their time on behalf of their favorite team. ThANKS to all the volunteers who helped make this whole weekend a success!
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The State Meet is over, but you can still watch the whole thing via the Internet. Listen to Dennis Kruse and James Bolen bring you all the exciting action from the weekend. To access the action, click on the button below. Thanks to CXC, Yuiry Gusev and Dave Hugus for helping produce the coverage. After World Cup races, these guys provide the best cross-country skiing coverage anywhere.