2015 March Madness Paintball Biathlon

GNA Paintball BiathlonThank you for making this year’s race a success! And we’d like to send a special thank you to our prize sponsor, Lindt & Sprüngli (USA) Inc. for providing the amazing array of chocolates for our category winners!

2015 Race Results »

Year Round Development Programs for Nordic Skiers

Gunstock Nordic Association is located at the Gunstock ski area in Gilford, New Hampshire. GNA offers an intensive year-round training program for x-c skiers and ski jumpers. Our Olympic coaching staff is dedicated to helping members achieve their personal dreams as Olympians, be the best skiers in their high schools, or to just stay involved in Nordic skiing. Learn more …

March Madness Paintball Biathlon Race  |  GNA Weekly Schedule

Donate to GNA in honor of Lisa Young

This past spring, we lost our friend and president, Lisa Young, to a long battle with breast cancer. We'll be remembering her dedication to the club and her love for the sport during the 2014–2015 ski season. In honor of Lisa's memory, a fund has been set up to benefit the Gunstock Nordic Association. To contribute in Lisa’s name:

P.O. Box 7493
Gilford, NH 03247
in Memory of Lisa Young

Quality Ski Development Starts with a Club

GNA is proud to be affiliated with the New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA).

NENSA Competitive Programs Video

Recent News & Announcements

March 4, 2015Summer Training with GNA

Looking for a Nordic training team and world-class coaching for the summer? Gunstock Nordic Association (GNA) in Gilford, NH is offering a summer training program with coach Nina Gavryluk for High School and College athletes for the months of June, July and August. … Read More

March 4, 2015GNA to Host Two Camps this Summer

Join GNA skiers and coach Nina Gavrylyuk at one (or both) of our two summer camps to be held this July and August. … Read More

February 23, 2015Matt Young Wins NHIAA Meet of Champions, Mary Kretchmer Places Second in the Girls Race

In last weekend’s NH Meet of Champions everything came to plan for GNA skiers—who raced to their best results of the year against one of the strongest fields of New Hampshire high school aged skiers.  … Read More