Central Cross Country Skiing (CXC), the regional governing organization for cross-country skiing in the ten-state Central Region of the United States, has named the teams for the upcoming championship events. The teams were selected through a series of qualifying events over the past three months.

Warmest congratulations to all our athletes who have qualified and will be heading to the Championships events!

Teams were selected within two separate divisions of the Central Region: Midwest and Great Lakes.

The cream of the crop of American junior Nordic ski racers is coming to Minneapolis, Minnesota, from March 6-12 for the 2022 U.S. Ski & Snowboard Junior National Cross-Country Ski Championships. The last time the event was held at Theodore Wirth Park was in 2011 when now Olympic gold, silver, and bronze medalist Jessie Diggins won every event in the Championship – an early indication of her historic ski career. So join us this spring as we watch the upcoming generation of skiers compete head-to-head in a week of sprinting and distance events on World Cup caliber courses.
CXC has named a team of 16 athletes from Great Lakes and Midwest Divisions representing ten clubs to compete amongst their peers at the U16 Western Club Championships. The event will be held March 12-13 at the Bogus Basin Mountain Resort in Boise, Idaho. 
CXC will also take a team of 16 athletes from nine clubs to compete amongst their peers at the 2022 NENSA Eastern High School Championships event at Titcomb Mountain, Farmington, Maine. The championships will be held March 19-20 and are the premier event for high school racers in New England and New York. 
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