Mid-Atlantic Nordic Ski Team

Mission Statement

Mid-Atlantic operates as a division of the United States Ski Association (USSA) with a focus on cross-country ski competition and development. The Mid-Atlantic Division is governed by the Mid-Atlantic Competition Committee (MACC) and its Sub-Committees, in conjunction with USSA and the New York State Ski Racing Association – Nordic, Inc (NYSSRA–Nordic, Inc.). The division’s goals for this region are to implement on-going development programs which promote cross-country skiing and competition, provide pipelines to elite development programs, oversee Junior Olympic (National) qualifying events, policies and procedures, and to work closely with the New York State Ski Racing Association – Nordic, Inc (NYSSRA-Nordic, Inc).

2012 Mid-Atlantic Ski Team 
Solider Hollow, Utah 

Recent Announcements

  • Updated Mid-A Junior National Team Qualification Due to the Gore Mountain JNQ race cancellations this past weekend the JNQ committee has been forced to alter the qualifying process for the Mid-Atlantic Junior National Team, the ...
    Posted Jan 10, 2018, 10:45 AM by Jason Hettenbaugh
  • Mid-A Handbook and Race Info Posted The 2018 Mid-Atlantic handbook and race information has been updated! Please select from the navigation menu to view information. 
    Posted Dec 20, 2017, 6:52 AM by Jason Hettenbaugh
  • Mid-A Final Rankings List Please follow the links below to view the final rankings list. Athletes that have officially qualified for the team are listed in RED. In the U18/U20 mens age group ...
    Posted Jan 27, 2017, 1:54 PM by Jason Hettenbaugh
  • NYSEF JNQ Points Please follow the links below or you can view the files in the file cabinet section of this website. Day 1: Results Day 2: Results The Mid-A committee hopes ...
    Posted Jan 24, 2017, 4:40 AM by Jason Hettenbaugh
  • Old Forge JNQ Points Old Forge JNQ Points 
    Posted Jan 16, 2017, 5:11 PM by Jason Hettenbaugh
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The J1 Girls Feelin' Good After The Race ! 
2013 Fairbanks Alaska