IPC World Championships
Cable, Wisconsin, USA will host the 2015 IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships, the third time the United States will host the event and the first time in Wisconsin. Over 150 athletes from 20 countries are expected to compete in the event between 23 January – 1 February 2015 which will be staged on the very same trail system where the first able-bodied cross-country skiing World Cup was born in 1978.
All training and competitions for the Championships will be hosted on Telemark Resort property located just three miles east of the town of Cable. The storied property, which sits along the nearly one million acre Chequamagon National Forest, boasts over 300km of groomed cross-country ski trails and serves as the starting point of the American Birkenbeiner, which is the largest cross country ski race in North America.
Nestled at the base of Mount Telemark, the venue is outstanding, of international standard with appropriate access and located within seven miles of the Athlete’s Village.