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USA Nordic Sport Names Adam Provost New Chief Executive Officer

Adam Provost, who has spent two decades with a number of sports organizations and properties, will be the new chief executive officer at USA Nordic Sport, the national governing body announced on Tuesday. Provost will begin his role on August 8. Provost has recently led the growth of football both internationally and domestically with roles […]

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USA Nordic Sport Announces Resignation of Executive Director Billy Demong

Billy Demong, a 2010 Olympic gold and silver medalist in Nordic Combined, has resigned as executive director of USA Nordic. Demong will remain a member of the national governing body’s board of directors and will act as an advisor to the executive committee during the transitio while the board searches for its next leader. “While […]

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USA Nordic Hires New Communications Manager

USA Nordic has hired Riley Elliott as communications manager, a newly developed position by the organization. During his time at the University of Utah, Elliott was an athletics communications intern for Utah athletics during all four years of his undergrad. He also worked at Snowbasin Ski Resort as a communications associate for the 2020-21 season. […]

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USA Nordic Hires New Partnership Marketing Director

USA Nordic has hired Casey Mills to a newly developed position of partnership marketing director, developing strategic partnerships to help the organization achieve its goals of Olympic glory. “Casey Mills joining USA Nordic is a huge step forward for our partnership and marketing ability,” said USA Nordic Executive Director Bill Demong. “With his experience in […]

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U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Heading to Lake Placid

The U.S. Olympic Trials for ski jumping and Nordic combined will be heading to the Olympic Jumping Complex and Mount Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, New York, on December 24–25. The announcement was made by the Olympic Regional Development Authority. Lake Placid was home to competition during the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Winter Games and […]

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Great Lakes Sports Commission Helps Ski Club Improve Suicide Bowl

The Great Lakes Sports Commission has agreed to provide a $55,000 grant to the Ishpeming Ski Club in Michigan to help them complete their iconic Suicide Bowl ski venue improvement project. The proposed project is part of a five-year plan to improve and modernize the venue, developing it into a regional ski jumping and Nordic […]

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