IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country Skiing World Championships

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The IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country Skiing World Championships, along with the Winter Paralympic Games, are the most prestigious level of international competition in Paralympic nordic skiing.

Championships[edit]

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Edition Year City Country Date Notes
1st 1974 (details) Grand Bournand  France Skiing World Championships - featured alpine (downhill) and Nordic (cross-country) skiing,[2][3] held by the International Sports Organisation for Disabled (ISOD)[4]
2nd 1982 (details) Alpes Vaudoise   Switzerland Winter World Championships[4][5][6]
3rd 1986 (details) Sälen  Sweden
4th 1990 (details) Jackson  United States 5th World Nordic Disabled Championships[7]
5th 1996 (details) Sunne  Sweden
6th 2000 (details) Crans Montana   Switzerland [1]
7th[8] 2003 (details) Mitteltal-Obertal  Germany [2]
8th 2005 (details) Fort Kent  United States 12 Mar – 20 Mar [9]
9th 2009 (details) Vuokatti  Finland 23 Jan – 1 Feb [10]
10th 2011 (details) Khanty-Mansiysk  Russia 31 Mar – 10 Apr
11th 2013 (details)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The IPC, Official site of the 2009 IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country Skiing World Championships and the 2009 IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country Skiing World Cup
  2. ^ Athens Education Material - Paralympic Games - From 1960 to 2004, Malaysian Paralympic Council
  3. ^ Winter Paralympic History, HockeyCanada.ca
  4. ^ a b Paralympic Winter Sports Programme Build-up, The Paralympian 1/2002, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
  5. ^ Canadian disabled team shines at winter games, The Vancouver Sun - Mar 15, 1982
  6. ^ Important Dates in Sledge Hockey History, hockeycanada.ca
  7. ^ 5th World Nordic Disabled Championships, prall-statistik.de
  8. ^ Nordic Skiing, The Paralympian Newsletter 4/2002, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
  9. ^ Nordic Skiing World Championships To Begin in Maine, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), March 11, 2005
  10. ^ Vuokatti Prepares for IPC Biathlon & Cross-Country Skiing World Champs, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), January 19, 2009

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