Nordic Ski Technician, White Pine Nordic Center
Cass Lake, Minnesota
Been in Industry since:
Been at Jans/WPT since:
Days a year:
• Nordic skiing – "not very
many nowadays, I get out
when I'm working for
somebody, and I jump on
the rail trail 2 times a week"
• Backcountry skiing –
a dozen times a winter
• Mountain Biking – 85
• Running – 60
• Ski raced at Northern Michigan University
• Earned the title of All-American (placed in the top ten at Nordic ski nationals) in 2000
• Lifetime involvement in Nordic skiing has allowed Cory to develop a valuable specialty ski services skill set that Rossignol athletes, the US Nordic Ski Team, and Jans have all greatly appreciated.
“Hells Keep” at Squatters Brew Pub is a wonderful beer well worth trying.
Cory raced for a handful of different sponsors for a couple years, and moved out to Park City seven years ago with the intention of continuing as a professional Nordic ski racer – then he immediately abandoned this poor man’s arrangement for a more stable lifestyle. These days Cory works full time in town as a carpenter, building houses and doing remodels in Old Town and the immediate Park City area. He also finds time to do specialized technical services for Jans, and to do a good amount of outdoor recreating.
Back in college Cory played guitar, harmonica, and a number of other instruments in a rock’n’roll band. If anyone is looking to start a band in Park City, let him know!
“Cory is the last person that will brag about his background as a ski tech for the U.S. Nordic Ski Team. He was involved with the team during a time that saw unprecedented results from our female Nordic skiers, including multiple World Championship medals. If you can get him talking, his practical knowledge of ski tuning is off the charts. Anytime I get to hang out with Cory, working on skis, takes me back to my coaching days in Europe.”
Sales Associate, White Pine Touring