Frozen Thunder, Canmore.

Frozen Thunder officially opened this Saturday, Oct. 22, after an estimated 400 truckloads of snow were distributed onto a 1.3-kilometer groomed-and-trackset loop at the Canmore Nordic Centre. Another roughly 700 meters were expected to be added on Sunday making the loop a full 2 k long. Thanks to Bob Truman of SkierBob.ca for the photos. Racing will begin Friday, Oct. 28, with 7.5/10 k freestyle individual starts. Two sprints on separate days will be held, with Frozen Thunder’s typical “King’s Court” format classic sprint on Tuesday, Nov. 1, and freestyle qualifier (no heats) on Thursday, Nov. 3. According to a race notice, the sprint qualifiers on Nov. 1 and 3 will be used for selecting ma

New Work on the Stadium and Teaching Area.

The 2016 KNC Stadium Project is an undertaking to expand the area opposite the Lodge. Its intended purpose is to significantly increase the year-round usable area. The project is two fold: a) to transfer parking lot drainage water to Trickle Creek via a 239 ft, 18" diameter buried pipe that traverses the existing Stadium, b) to relieve the ground water that facilitates the bog between the existing Stadium and Spruce trail with a deep conduit comprising drain rock and "Big O" and built upstream of the water transfer pipe. It is hoped to complete the project landscaping this fall, but the project has been complicated by the unseasonably wet fall and ground conditions more boggy than anticipate

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