now browsing by category
IGOR MID-SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP
July 19-21, 2019 / UW Eau Claire, Barron County, Rice Lake, WI.
Sign up at
The focus goals of the three 2019 Igor Legacy Camps are to promote growth and development of youth-age cross country skiers and to provide exposure to the fundamental building blocks required for successful cross-country skiing, as well as summer training with teammates, and meeting new Nordic friends.
Once again our Coach Kris will be heading up the Central Regions “Dream Camp” for the top U14 athletes from both the Midwest & Great Lakes Divisions.
This past week at the INN There at Out There we hosted a camp put on by our Coach Kris & 4591 Sports Development. We had athletes from Six Clubs across Wisconsin & Minnesota represented at the Five Day Training Camp. One of the highlights of this years camp was Guest Coach Tara Geraghty-Moats. Tara a long time Team Out There athlete join Kris & these great Juniors on workouts, giving tips and tricks to get better. From Rest & Nutrition to Racing. You NEVER know what opportunities lie Out There.
Tara Geraghty-Moats is currently on the USA Nordic Combined Team and was the Overall Winner of the Women’s Continental Cup for the 2018-19 Season.
Photosets- 4591 Facebook Page
THE Winner is Anita Korva of FINLAND- Video
The #RollerskiMoonwalk Challenge
Between now and June 29th get out and get YOUR best Rollerski Moonwalk posted to INSTAGRAM hashtag #RollerskiMoonwalk and we will select a Winner on June 30th!
The Winner will receive some Out There swag along with a $100 Gift Certificate
What hampers the Growth of the Sports we love in our Country?
Having Nordic be apart of my everyday life for over 40 years has given me the opportunity while here in the US, In Norway & other places to see it from many sides. When we look at Nordic Skiing as a Sport or by the way of a lifestyle the Norwegians have it knocked. No this is not a political rant, but in a country where you have a Socialized Democracy folks are often looking to the Overall and not the few. Occasionally our Rugged Independence may get the better of us as far as how to Growing Nordic.
We need to remember that we are are fortunate to be able to Dream, set goals and work towards them. Along the way there can be changes in the direction of those goals & dreams but that does not me the values at the core of those thoughts is not a worth one. Creating a Lifestyle based around the things we love will foster the sport to grow. Yes over time Coaches will work with promising young athletes who may decide to take a different sport or academic path. Does this mean they have failed as a coach? Hell no, it means they gave opportunity to that young person and helped them on their journey. Does it mean the athlete failed? MOST Certainly NOT! It meant that they were given the chance to see if skiing or hockey or running or band or math was what they are truly passionate about.
Remember that Culture is about it’s PEOPLE!
Make sure you represent it well!
So this is a slogan we have used in our other business Burnell’s Decor for over four decades. “Custom… It’s what we do!” For now over a decade (crazy to think it has gone that fast) It is something we do in the Nordic World as well. Be it from Customizing the Skis, Boots & Poles to best fit your needs as well as gear, training camps, etc. If there is something you as an individual skier, a Jr Team or beyond need to fill a niche you have… Then we are Out There to help make that happen.
Contact us with your Custom Request – Out There Nordic
Summer Training Gear storefront is now OPEN! Look good, Be Visible & Comfortable
Tom Kelly is one of America’s noted Olympic storytellers whose “Behind the Gold” speaking series has brought stories to audiences around the world. A Madison native, Kelly was an award-winning news photographer before moving to northwestern Wisconsin in the mid-1970s to do public relations for the then-fledgling Birkie and the prosperous Telemark Lodge. He left Telemark in 1984, beginning a career with the U.S. Ski Association in 1988, forging a 32-year career as spokesperson for America’s Olympic skiers and snowboarders. You can hear his talk, “The Legend of the Birkie” from noon to 1 pm on Thursday, April 25th at the UW Eau Claire Barron County campus, in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall (Ritzinger 234).
As we approach the upcoming Nordic Season we once again want to get the information out regarding our Youth Exchange Program. For those of you who are participating in it, PLEASE take a look to see if boots fit, if we need to test skis, etc. It is always great to have as much of the YEP equipment in the shop prior to the season. For those folks looking to get Youth involved in Nordic here is the form outlining our Exchange Program