Norge Ski Club’s

International Winter Tournament 2019

January 26th and 27th, 2019

 

Noon - 4:00PM
Gates Open at 11:00AM

SAT. JAN 26
SUN. JAN 27
Junior Competition K70 - US Cup Five Hills Tournament
K70 Competition Long - Standing Competition
   

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Highlights:

  • Junior National Qualifier – Junior Ski Jumpers compete on the big hill (Saturday) for a spot representing the Central Division for the Championships at Norge Ski Club in Chicago IL February.
  • Five-Hills Tournament: International Ski Jumping Teams will compete head to head with U,S. Jumpers both days, for the first of 5 Competitions in the Midwest’s Five-Hills Tournament.

 

A Weekend of Fun for the Entire Family!
Ski jumpers from around the world compete on our 70 meter hill.
• Brats, Hot Dogs, Pizza, Popcorn, Pop, Beer, Wine, Jägermeister
• No Snow, No Problem - We make our own!


Admission - Buttons are required and good for Sat. & Sun.

$10.00 purchased at local merchants - Must be purchased by January 25, 2018
$11.00 purchased online - check back soon for online purchase
$15.00 purchased at gate

Buttons are non-refundable
Free admission for children 12 & under
Bring blankets & lawn chairs
No carry-ins allowed
No dogs allowed

Volunteers Needed

We are in need of volunteers to help with our Winter Tournament.  Volunteering is a great way to enjoy the tournament and help out in the community. Please email Lori Brown or Meg Larson.

Lori Brown - lobrown@gmail.com         Meg Larson - nutmeggo@aol.com


 

Thanks To Our Previous Fine Local Merchants


Fox River Grove
Cary
Crystal Lake
Barrington
Other
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The Hidden Tap -
Formerly Oberheide's



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Cary Ale House     King Keyser- Hinsdale
 
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Sideouts - Island Lake

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Fence Line Advertising

 

Fence Line Banner Advertising

Norge Ski Club is now selling banner space on the outrun fence lines.  Get your name or business noticed!  Or cheer on your favorite skier!

Your banner can be up to 8 feet long and 36 inches tall.  Banners must be dropped off no later than 9 AM on Jan. 26th or 27th.  Please drop your banner off at the Spirit Wear tent located right by the Club House.  Norge Staff will hang all banners.  Banners must be removed or picked up by end of day Jan. 27th.

Cost to display your banner is $100.00.

Banners subject to approval by Norge.

Please use the PayPal link below to sign up and pay for your banner space.

Your purchase will help the Norge Ski Club in promoting the sport of ski jumping.  We thank you for your support.

 


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Meet Our Olympic Ski Jumpers

Kevin Bickner, Mike Glasder, Casey Larson

(from left to right)

 


Olympians from Norge Ski Club inducted into American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame

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Olympian Mike Glasder of Cary and the Norge Ski Club has been inducted into the American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame in Red Wing, Minn. (Rick Bowmer / AP)

By Mike Danahey/the Courier-News

AUGUST 6, 2018, 5:10 PM -

The three members of the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove who represented the United States at this year’s Winter Olympics in South Korea have been inducted into the American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame.

Mike Glasder, 29, of Cary, Casey Larson, 19, of Barrington, and Kevin Bickner, 21, of Park City, Utah, and formerly of Wauconda were among the nine athletes honored Saturday night at a banquet at the St. James Hotel in Red Wing, Minn.

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View Video of Jumps from Norge Tournaments

Click on the link above to see the ski jumpers in flight and landing.  Select from our most recent tournaments 2017 - 2018.


 

Mike Glasder, Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson
Make US Olympic Team

Four men and three women will head to PyeongChang to compete in ski jumping events, U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced on Thursday. Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson, Will Rhoads, Nita Englund, and Abby Ringquist were added to the roster Thursday, and join Sarah Hendrickson and Michael Glasder, who were already named to the team by virtue of their wins at Olympic Trials in December.

 

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Mike Glasder 1st, Kevin Bickner 2nd, Will Rhoads (Park City) 3rd, Casey Larson 4th, AJ Brown 5th, Nick Mattoon (Eau Claire) 6th.

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Michael Glasder Makes U.S. Olympic Team

PARK CITY, Utah – Let's hear it for the veteran.

At age 28, Michael Glasder flew to an upset victory Sunday by winning the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Nordic Combined & Ski Jumping and qualifying for Team USA in men’s ski jumping.

Glasder, almost six years older than any of his rivals, won the event at Utah Olympic Park on the HS100 hill.

In the winner-take-all trials, Glasder defeated the five other male competitors, including top rivals Kevin Bickner and Will Rhoads, for the $10,000 first prize.

Just back from Europe, Glasder soared 98.5 meters on his first jump and had a beautiful Telemark landing, saying he believes the jet lag helped him. The distance combined with the judges’ points for form and wind compensation gave him 133.7 points.

He only had a 1.5-point cushion over Bickner, who also jumped 98.5 meters.

Bickner turned up the heat by going 100 meters on his second jump for a total of 268.6 points.

But Glasder then followed that with 98 meters and his style points gave him the victory at 270 points.

Up to three more athletes could qualify in men's ski jumping based on world cup results through Jan. 22.

Courtesy Karen Rosen | Dec. 31, 2017, 2:14 p.m. (ET)TeamUSA.org

Norge Olympic Hopefuls

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From left to right:  Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson, Scott Smith, Mike Glasder, and AJ Brown

Norge Ski Clubs own Kevin Bickner, Casey Larson, Mike Glasder and AJ Brown will be competing in the Olympic Trials Dec. 30-31, 2017 at Utah Olympic Park, Utah.

Norge Ski Club Rocks

With the 2018 Winter Olympics just around the corner, The Norge Ski Club & Training Center could possibly send 5 of our athletes to the games. We currently have 4 young men and 1 young women from our club alone, that represent the USA Ski Jumping Men's and Women's Team.

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Kevin Bickner
Wauconda, IL
A. J. Brown
Fox River Grove, IL

Michael Glasder
Cary, IL

     
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Cara Larson
Barrington, IL
Casey Larson
Barrington, IL

 

 

Kevin Bickner (Wauconda), Michael Glasder (Cary), Casey Larson (Barrington) and AJ Brown (Fox River Grove) - For the Women's Team we have Cara Larson (Barrington).

This is the first time that The Norge Ski Club has had this many jumpers, from ONE club alone, represent our country. That's exciting to say in the least. Not only is this a testament to our great coaching staff, but also to the families that dedicate their time, monies and volunteering to keep our organization functioning, let alone our members who faithfully work around the facility inside and out.

In addition to our athletes that represent the National Team, we also have a great representation of jumpers from our club on the Junior National/Development Team - Ben Kaiser, Hunter Smith, Lucas Nichols, Patrick Gasienica and Molly Immens. You can see, Norge Rocks!

The Olympic Trials, for the February 2018 Winter Olympics will be in December on NBC Sports.

PARK CITY, Utah (July 29, 2017) – Utah's 2002 Olympic venues will play a key role in determining the first skiing athletes nominated to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team to compete in PyeongChang. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined will be held Dec. 30-31 at the Utah Olympic Park in a winner-take-all event where the victors will be named to Team USA.

The announcement was made during U.S. Ski & Snowboard's U.S. Ski Jumping Championships at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City showcasing the top men's and women's ski jumpers in America.

"The Utah Olympic Park will be a great setting for the 2018 Olympic Trials and continue to build Utah's Olympic legacy and the State of Sport," said Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert. "The Olympics continue to serve athletes here in Utah as well as growing economic impact and media exposure for the state."

The Olympic Trials will feature nordic combined on Saturday, Dec. 30 followed by ski jumping for men and women on Sunday, Dec. 31. NBC will carry the event nationally including live coverage of Sunday's ski jumping. The winner of each event will receive a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team. The remainder of the ski and snowboard teams will be named later in January.


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US Nationals- Park City UT, July 29, 2017

1st- Will Rhoads - PCNSC
2nd- Casey Larson - Norge Ski Club
3rd- Kevin Bickner - Norge Ski Club


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