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03/30/2019

For new and experienced leaders to recap the season and prepare for the next. Learn tips and...

11/16/2019

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Thank you MYSL families! Through our club format, we are not only...

Hello MYSL families! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Alayna Sonnesyn and I am in...

We are proud to announce a new collaborative effort to get more families skiing together. Both...

Minnesota Youth Ski League, with the help of CXC (Central Cross Country), is networking “Ski for...

SkiSparks Clubs are adding registration for adaptive youth for the 2018-19 season. Look for the...

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K Counter Instructions

Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer award pins. This is an...

How do I make the most out of winter?

"Winter is not a season, it's a celebration." -Anamika Mishra

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Does my skier have the right clothing?

"There is no bad weather, only bad clothing" -Swedish Proverb

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What classic ski length is appropriate for kids?

Age 0-5 no taller than child
Age 6-8 child's height
Age 9-12 10cm taller than child...

Refund Policy

We know that plans don't always work out!

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K COUNTER TOP 10

SkierClubKM
Eli ASkiwerx Minneapolis497
Soren WSkiwerx Minneapolis423
Eva HSkiwerx Minneapolis369
Patrick ASkiwerx -361.6
Alexander ASkiwerx -360.4
William PSkiwerx Minneapolis350
Jace HSkiwerx -333.4
Rachel GSkiwerx Elm326.5
Helen CSkiwerx -321.6
Milena BSkiwerx Minneapolis268

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Email me when 2019 Registration opens!

For new families that are not in our database, please fill in some basic info and we will email you the week before registration opens next year. We open registration in October. Please look at our "Find of Club" link to find a list of current clubs. We will update the club list in September.

If you don't see a club in your area, we can help you start one! Please contact Chrissy@mysl.org

 

 
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K Counter Instructions

  • Posted on: January 24, 2019 - 11:38am
  • By: AmyC

Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer award pins. This is an incentive to get out and ski during our brief winter!  Clubs set their own standards for awards (gold, silver and bronze). A sample from the Hyland Club is 100k gold, 50k silver and 25k bronze.

The overall Top 10 skiers from our SkiSparks and Skiwerx K Counters are invited to our MYSL/Skiwerx Banquet in March to recieve special recognition. 

Kids can log all of their skiing kilometers (not just MYSL sessions). We close the K Counter after the first full weekend in March. 

Meet Alayna Sonnesyn, MYSL almuni

Hello MYSL families! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Alayna Sonnesyn and I am in the midst of skiing and traveling around the world- chasing my dreams as a professional cross country ski racer!

I grew up in Plymouth, MN where my parents taught me how to ski at a very young age. They encourage my siblings and me to spend as much time as possible outside and to turn activities into adventures with few limits. They brought us to MYSL practice at French Park every Sunday afternoon throughout the winter where we got to ski with our friends AND play games with them.

Refund Policy

  • Posted on: December 4, 2018 - 4:44pm
  • By: AmyC

We know that plans don't always work out!

SkiSparks
The MYSL Refund policy allows for refunds up until the ski club begins meeting. A $5 processing fee per SkiSparks membership will be retained. After the club starts meeting, there are no refunds. Weather sometimes causes a change in plans and no refunds are given for rescheduled, relocated or canceled sessions.

MYSL Partners with North Star Ski Touring Club

We are proud to announce a new collaborative effort to get more families skiing together. Both organizations will be sharing their family appropriate event/trip invitations to the members of the other organization. The focus of NSSTC is recreational trips to great locations that will surely create lasting memories for your family.

MYSL members are able to participate in any NSSTC day event that is appropriate for families. If the trip includes an overnight, NSSTC membership is required (but is very affordable).

MyXC Skiwerx League (for clubs)

Minnesota Youth Ski League, with the help of CXC (Central Cross Country), is networking “Ski for Sport” programs throughout the Central Region, to develop the best possible experience for our young skiers. Ski for Sport programs follow the guidelines of the LTAD (Long Term Athlete Development) stage of “Learn to Train”. This is a critical window for skill development. MyXC and CXC have summarized the youth and junior development stages in the Midwest in this document. 

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