Junior Racer Wax Box Donations
Hello CNSC members and members from the community,
This page is dedicated to help our Jr. Racer Program update our waxing box with tools that will allow us to perform better this season, and for many seasons to come. The Jr Racer Program is actively fundraising throughout the year with bake sales, silent auctions, and performing volunteering tasks at various events to help our team succeed throughout the winter. This is another way we are attempting to find support in our ski community to help our very dedicated athletes achieve the goals they have set for themselves, and as a team.
The following items will be used by the XC and Biathlon teams at races at the BC Cup, Noram, and Canadian Championship level. We will also inventory each new item under the Junior Racers wax box inventory.
How you can help?
- Select an item below that you are willing to purchase for the Jr. Racers.
- Next, send an email to Coach, Andrew Casey at his email below stating your intent and you both can arrange the purchase.
Contact via Email: email@example.com
We thank you in advance for your support and generosity.
The Following items are ranked in order of importance for us to succeed.
#1: Monetary Donations for Wax
#2: Single Axle Roto Brush/Cork Handle ($100.00)
This handle goes hand-in-hand with the electric drill and again, allows for faster brushing and high-fluro application.
#3: 2 Holmenkol Digital Wax Iron ($220.00 each)
The Holmenkol Digital Wax Iron is a professional tool that makes waxing a pleasure. The thick beveled plate holds heat well with a ceramic heating element that heats up quickly and holds temperature precisely where you set it. Cork handle is a nice touch for a solid, comfortable grip. Temperature is easily set using a dial and the digital readout gives precise control and feedback.
#4: Fleet of Test Skis (Approx. $3000)
Classic: 4 Pairs Skate: 4 Pairs
A fleet of test skis allows the wax team (at CNSC, that's Parents & coaches) to wax up multiple skis and do glide/feel tests to determine the wax of the day. This is very important for both skateing and classic, but for classic this is extra important as kick can be very difficult to determine, and very tedious to apply. The time savings gained by having multiple (and identical) skis will give our CNSC athletes a leg up on their competition.