2022 Wisconsin Nordic Ski League Championships

High School and Middle School
State Championships

February 12 – 13, 2022 | Cable, WI

2022 Event Information Coming Soon!


Registration for the State Meet will be done using MileSplit, linked through the button below.

Registration Fee: $40 per athletes covers both days.
Deadline: February 7, 2022

The meet is open to non-team affiliated or independent skiers from Wisconsin. We want to encourage the growth of the sport and welcome skiers who may not have a team in their immediate area. Hopefully it will lead to the development of more teams. These skiers can use the team registrations spreadsheet and follow the same submission instructions. Please feel free to contact anyone on the race organization committee for more information on forming a team in your area.   There is a provision for guest skiers for out-of-state teams.   If you are interested in this, please contact john@performancetiming.com for more details.

Standard Athlete Waivers: All athletes are expected to have signed waivers that are in the teams possession. We will not ask you to turn those in at registration, but instead will ask each coach to sign a statement that indicates they have signed waivers from each of their athletes parents or guardians. Both the standard waiver and coach form is provided below.


Schedules are preliminary and will be established firmly based on number of participants in each event and other factors as we approach race day. The order of events should remain the same barring unforeseen circumstances. Make sure to check back on race week to see a final schedule.

Wednesday, February 9
7:30 pm – Coaches Meeting via Zoom

Friday, February 11
Location: Birkie Start Area
Noon – 4:30 PM – Course opens for race inspection and practice

Location: Birkie Start Area – Near Great Hall
2:00 -4:30 pm – Bib Pickup

The final race schedules will be determined by the number of skiers entered in each division and the necessary time to run the event to completion. Weather conditions may also dictate schedule changes.

Saturday, February 12
Location: Birkie Start Area
7:30 AM – Course Open for Warm-up
8:00 AM – Late Bib Pick-up Open
9:45 AM – Course Closes
10:00 AM – HS Boys Classic Race
11:00 AM – HS Girls Classic Race
11:45 AM – Sit-Ski Race
12:00 PM – High School Awards
12:30 PM – MS Boys Classic Race
1:30 PM – MS Girls Classic Race
2:30 PM – Middle School Awards
3:00 PM – Course Open For Practice

Races on Saturday will use an interval start with one skier released every 15 seconds for both High School and Middle School races.

Sunday, February 13
Location: Birkie Start Area
7:30 AM – Course Opens for Warm-up
9:45 AM – Course Closes
10:00 AM – MS Boys Freestyle
11:00 AM – MS Girls Freestyle
11:45 AM – Sit-Ski Race
12:00 PM – Middle School Awards
12:30 PM – HS Boys Freestyle
1:30 PM – HS Girls Freestyle
2:30 PM – High School Awards

Races on Sunday will use a pursuit start using the finish order and times from Saturday to determine the start order and time.

Course and Stadium Information

The anticipated courses for the 2022 State Meet are posted below. 

The 2022 State meet courses start in the Birkie Stadium. Skiers for both days, Middle School and High School, will enter the course by walking past the Timing/Warming Hut and proceed through to the Start area or tracks headed south towards the Birkie Skate Trail. The race course proceeds from the start up to the left hand turn onto Snowmaker, climbs onto the old Korteloppet trail which climbs up to “The Rock” at 1 kilometer.

Skiers then take a sharp right hand turn and descend on the Birkie Classic trail, reverse of normal flow, and then left onto the Birkie Skate trail. This continues past the 2k mark until it meets with the section of the World Cup Trail that we’ve previously skied in the opposite direction. A hard left at that point takes you 600 meters back to “The Rock” and just past the 3k marker.

A right hand turn at The Rock takes you onto the Birkie Classic Trail, reverse direction from what we’ve skied past years. This continues back to the Birkie Skate Trail for a very brief section before another left hand turn feeds skiers onto The Birkie Roller at around the 4K mark.

This trail will essentially lead us past 5 and 6 kilometers coming into the final downhill and approach to the stadium and finish, 6.50 kilometers. Skiers will enter the stadium by going over the tunnel, a swooping right hand turn, and another gentle left hand turn to lead them on to the finish straight away as we have in the past.

Warmups will be conducted on the Birkie Skate Trail behind the finish area and extend to where the Birkie Classic and Skate trails separate. Also groomed and open for testing and warmups will be the trails to the east of the Great Hall, climbing up to Telemark Condo Rd.

Middle School Course Description
The Middle School course and high school course are the same up to “The Rock”. At that point MS will turn left for a short way and then a right for about 400m to the high point on the course for them. A sharp left will take them onto the Birkie Roller, part of the high school course where they will ski for the remainder of their course entering the finish stadium as the high school course described for 3k total.

Wax Facilities/Restrictions

Only fluoro-free waxes are permitted. We intend to use the CXC Cup Wax Policy for the event.


Our meet is over for 2021, but we want to thank all our volunteers who helped put on a great two days of racing. We could not do it without you and besides the organizing committee, we know all the teams, coaches and athletes appreciate your contributions.



Find race results for all races by clicking below. Also, check out the streaming video coverage of the event.


Contact/More Information

If you lost something over the weekend, you can report it lost here. If you found something in your possession when you got home that is not yours, use the same form to report that and we will try to reunite the items with their owner.