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Skiing through the 'Middle Kingdom'

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The 2013 China Tour de Ski starts on 2 January and is the longest in its six-year-long history. Approximately 80 FIS-licensed skiers are set to embark on a challenging and exciting journey through seven stages, four different locations and three different parts of China. At the end, the men's and women's champions will be crowned close to the border with Kazakhstan on 11 January, in the magnificent Nalati grasslands in Xinjiang. Initiated and developed by Nordic Ways, the China Tour de Ski project has reached a new level of maturity this year - and there is more to come.

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A strong field for China Tour de Ski

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After the announcement of the four new stages in Xinjiang, the 2013 China Tour de Ski will be the longest ever in its six year existence. As a result, many top European skiers cannot wait to travel to China and get it on. Among them are several high-profile skiers, such as former overall winners Anders Hoegberg and Adam Johansson, and Finnish ace Kusti Kittilae

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Suretex apparel sponsor of 2013 China Tour de Ski

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The Fujian-based outdoor wear company Suretex continues its support for Nordic Ways and extends its sponsorship to the overall China Tour de Ski this winter season.

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China Tour de Ski goes Xinjiang!

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Nordic Ways is happy to announce that for the first time in its history, the FIS-sanctioned China Tour de Ski will go to the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region next month. The new stages in Urumqi's Tianshan Tianchi International Ski Resort and the Nalati grasslands in the Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture will complete the 7-stage long Tour that takes skiers to three different regions of China.

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2013 Tour de Ski begins in Changchun

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The 2013 China Tour de Ski will see a break in tradition as the Vasaloppet China classic-style long-distance race in Changchun will not end but begin the competition on 2 January. In total, this winter's Tour de Ski, as always sanctioned by the International Skiing Federation (FIS) is scheduled to be held in at least three different locations.

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Furrer and Li fastest Ski sprinters in Yakeshi

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Philip Furrer (SUI) in the men's and Li Xin (CHN) in the women's were the winners of the 2012 Summer Ski Sprint at the beautiful Fengguan Ski Course in Yakeshi, a resort town in the north of Inner Mongolia, China. Furrer left his opponents little chance as he outsprinted Chinese Sun Qinghai and Swede Johan Eriksson for the honours. The Chinese team proved to be in very good shape, as illustrated by a 1-2 in the female category, Li Xin edging Li Hongxue for the win, as

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European skiers ready for Chinese challenge in Yakeshi

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Chinese and European professional skiers are set to compete in an exciting sprint event in the beautiful setting of Yaskeshi, near Hulunbeir City in the north of Inner Mongolia on 20 June. The event marks the return of Nordic Ways' China Summer Ski Tour after a one-year-hiatus .

Twenty top skiers from countries such as Sweden, Norway, Italy and Switzerland will face tough opposition during the 1.3km sprint race, as the China Ski Association (CSA) has confirmed the participation of the top 10 in both the men's and women's categories of last winter's Chinese Winter Games in Jilin City!

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