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-The FIS Member National Ski Associations were invited to submit their projects to compete for the award. A total of 22 applications from 18 National Ski Associations were received with 9 applications coming from Aid & Promotion developing ski nations. +The FIS Member National Ski Associations were invited to submit their projects to compete for the award. A total of 23 applications from 19 National Ski Associations were received with 9 applications coming from Aid & Promotion developing ski nations.
The SnowKidz Awards jury has completed its task of selecting the eight finalists. The jury, consisting of Satu Kalajainen (FIN), representing the FIS Youth & Children’s’ Coordination Group, Essar Gabriel (FRA), head of IOC Youth Olympic Games and Riet R Campell (SUI), President of International Ski Instructors’ Association, has selected the following projects for the final round: [[http://wiki.fisski.com/images/Nominierten_Projekte_2010.pdf]] The SnowKidz Awards jury has completed its task of selecting the eight finalists. The jury, consisting of Satu Kalajainen (FIN), representing the FIS Youth & Children’s’ Coordination Group, Essar Gabriel (FRA), head of IOC Youth Olympic Games and Riet R Campell (SUI), President of International Ski Instructors’ Association, has selected the following projects for the final round: [[http://wiki.fisski.com/images/Nominierten_Projekte_2010.pdf]]

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The FIS Member National Ski Associations were invited to submit their projects to compete for the award. A total of 23 applications from 19 National Ski Associations were received with 9 applications coming from Aid & Promotion developing ski nations.

The SnowKidz Awards jury has completed its task of selecting the eight finalists. The jury, consisting of Satu Kalajainen (FIN), representing the FIS Youth & Children’s’ Coordination Group, Essar Gabriel (FRA), head of IOC Youth Olympic Games and Riet R Campell (SUI), President of International Ski Instructors’ Association, has selected the following projects for the final round: [[1]]

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