Video examples of bringing children to the snow

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* Germany, 'Bewegte Stadt' [http://www.ski-online.de/2272-e_36435,r_23.htm] * Germany, 'Bewegte Stadt' [http://www.ski-online.de/2272-e_36435,r_23.htm]
* Pakistan 'Naltar Ski School' [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B-TJCuaDfU] * Pakistan 'Naltar Ski School' [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B-TJCuaDfU]
 +* Switzerland, "Snow for free" [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWvNR09lEAY]
'''Ski Jumping''' '''Ski Jumping'''
* Norway [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNornYwX58I&p=CAE776F19E61E77C&playnext=1&index=50] * Norway [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNornYwX58I&p=CAE776F19E61E77C&playnext=1&index=50]

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Please have a look at the videos below and learn from other countries how they are bringing children to the snow:

  • FIS Campaign 'Bring Children to the Snow' promotional video [1] and web [2]

Cross Country:

  • Finland, City event in Lahti, SnowKidz park [3]
  • Norway, activity bank for coaches in education [4]
  • Norway, [5]
  • Norway, CC-cross [6]
  • Norway, CC-cross [7]
  • Norway, Oslo 2011, Holmenkollen, run-up activities [8]
  • Russia, Rybinsk, Children race, National XC Opening 2010 [9]

Alpine:

  • Germany, "Snow Child’s Play" [10]
  • Germany, "School sport, Ski in the school" concept [11]
  • Czechia, FIS SnowKidz Park [12]
  • Norway, Jentespranget (ski weekend for girls) [13]
  • Germany, 'Bewegte Stadt' [14]
  • Pakistan 'Naltar Ski School' [15]
  • Switzerland, "Snow for free" [16]

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