Nordic Rocks Receives SnowKidz Award

Nordic Rocks Receives SnowKidz Award

We are extremely proud to announce that CXC’s Nordic Rocks Program has been selected as one of the Top 8 programs worldwide in the SnowKidz Awards competition hosted by the International Ski Federation (FIS).

The SnowKidz Awards showcase the World’s Best Kids Snow Programs, recognizing best efforts to bring kids to the snow. Each national ski association gets a chance to submit one program from their country, and U.S. Ski & Snowboard chose Nordic Rocks as the submission for USA. Judged by an independent panel on strict judging criteria, the Top 8 programs were announced by FIS today.

The Top 8 Winners are:

  • Australia—Torah Bright Mini Shred
  • Czech Republic—SnowKidz Tour & SnowKidz Park
  • Finland—Snow Moves!
  • Greece—Seek a Snowflake Tour
  • Portugal—Ski4All
  • Spain—Schools Promotions Programme
  • Sweden—Everyone on Snow
  • USA—Nordic Rocks

Following the announcement of the Top 8, the Top 3 will be selected. Stay tuned to FIS SnowKidz for all the news and winners of the SnowKidz Award 2020.

THANK YOU to all the schools, youth agencies, clubs, supporters and Share Winter Foundation that have helped make Nordic Rocks such an amazing success!


CXC’s Nordic Rocks Program introduces youth, ages 9 -14, to cross country skiing and outdoor winter activity, providing partner schools and agencies with teaching resources and ski equipment custom designed for the program.

This year, over 200 schools and 24,000 kids participated in Nordic Rocks, and our waiting list continues to grow. To support Nordic Rocks and help grow the program, DONATE NOW.

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