Valid at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center.

Event Information

Race Schedule and Results

  • March 1 – Cross-Country Classic Sprint
    • Qualification | 10 am
    • Rookie Race | 11:15 am
    • Finals | 12 pm
  • March 2 – Cross-Country Skate 5k
    • 5KM Sitting | 10 am
    • 5KM Free | 12 pm
  • March 3 – Official Training
  • March 4 – Biathlon 12.5k Individual
    • 12.5KM Sitting | 9:30 am
    • 12.5KM Vision Impaired | 11:45 am
    • 12.5KM Standing | 2 pm
  • March 5 – Biathlon 7.5k Sprint
    • 7.5KM Sitting | 9:30 am
    • 7.5 KM Vision Impaired | 11:30 am
    • 7.5 Standing | 1:30 pm
  • March 6 – Official Training
  • March 7 – Biathlon Sprint Pursuit
    • Sitting | 9:30 am
    • Vision Impaired | 11:30 am
    • Standing | 1:30 pm
  • March 8 – Cross-Country Skate Mass Start 20k
    • Sitting | 10 am
    • Standing and Vision Impaired | 12 pm



Interested in volunteering? Contact Sarah Elder at

Soldier Hollow Nordic Center is excited to host the FIS Para Nordic World Cup and we are in need of volunteers to create a safe, fair and fun event for the athletes!

What volunteer position is right for you?

  • Course– Setup and maintenance of the ski tracks literally provide the foundation for an amazing race. Working with the Course Crew places you alongside some of the best snow groomers in the country laying v-board, smoothing corners, and keeping eager crowds at bay as the fastest athletes in the world lay down top performances.
  • Stadium– Straight lines, perfect snow, and a love of precise layout makes the stadium crew a special place to be. You will be involved in setting up and breaking down the venue for training and event days.
  • Start/Finish– This is a precise sport and the Start and Finish Control Officers help keep the show running on time and according to the books. This team helps guide athletes to the Start Line, welcomes them after the Finish, and provides support in the crucial competition zones.
  • Range– The Range Crew has a front row seat to the shooting platform and is tasked with helping prepare a perfect firing line, changing paper during zero period, and recording shooting data to ensure the shooting portion of the event comes off without a hitch.
  • Ski Patrol / Medical– The Medical Team works closely with the Chief of Medical to provide care to the visiting public and athletes on course.