Mt Spokane Nordic Cup
Spokane's Biggest Ski Race with the Highest Stakes
February 17 & 18, 2024
Every year, 100-200 of the best young skiers in the country gather on Mt Spokane to compete to represent the Pacific Northwest at the Junior National Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska. The event promotes local tourism, community pride, and brand recognition for the businesses that support it.
Elite-level wax and team supplies
Scholarships for team members in need
Travel expenses to race events
Van maintenance & repair
Race fees and permits
Summer camp conditioning and coaching
Where the Money Goes
New Team Van
Food and Drinks
Volunteers (Valued at $15/hour)
The Spokane Race & Transition Teams typically consist of 30-50 kids, ages 7-18 from schools all over the region including:
High school: Lewis & Clark, Mead, North Central, Mt Spokane & Central Valley
Middle school: Sacajawea, Chase, Spokane International Academy, Mountainside & Northwood
Elementary: Wilson, Hutton, Roosevelt & Windsong Montessori
Over 500 parents and spectators typically gather for this event from all over the Inland Northwest.
Who the Event Reaches
Because of the increased exposure and expenses associated with this event, it costs twice as much to sponsor as SNSA's other offerings. However, sponsorship of the Nordic Cup includes sponsorship of SNSA's Race Team. This means your support will be seen all over the Inland Northwest.
The race team travels to and competes in Bend, OR, Sun Valley, ID, Winthrop, WA, and the National Championship in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Reasons to Sponsor This Event
SNSA's events are frequently covered by The Spokesman, The Inlander, OutThere Outdoors, and more. We hire a professional photographer/videographer for every event & post about them frequently on social media.
This winter activity enables kids of all ages to be active, make new and build friendships, and provide a competitive and supportive positive environment of health and learning.
Throughout the season, the team participated in over 24 practices and 4 Junior National Qualifying races.
Several SNSA team members ranked in the top 10 within the PNSA division. Bridget Burns was ranked #1 in PNSA and top 15 nationally.