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The Inside Track, June 27, 2016
— Russian visually impaired biathlete Nikolay Polukhin was to found to have committed an Anti-Doping Violation this past February, but will receive no period of ineligibility. According to a press release from the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Polukhin was found to ...
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, June 22, 2016
Sometime in the last year, my friend Greg casually mentioned to me that it was possible to run across Liechtenstein. “Oh yeah, we did it,” he said. I guess I knew that the country was tiny. But – not to diminish Greg’s ...
World Cup Blog Headshot
Lifetime ban no more? The former head coach of the Finnish cross-country team Kari-Pekka Kyrö, who was at the epicenter of his team’s doping scandal at the 2001 Lahti World Championships, may be a free agent after the Finnish Ski Federation recently ...
Jessie Diggins Blog Headshot
You know those wonderfully sappy, motivational sports movies that most people secretly (or openly) love? How the band of heroes creates a team, struggles together through tough training and ultimately wins the day? I got to experience a moment stolen ...
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Dear Athletes and Coaches, You can now find the new selection criteria for the upcoming 2017 Lahti World Championships posted here: http://nordic.usskiteam.com/cross-country-programs/athletes/criteria/world-championships We are excited about this new criteria, which has been a work-in-progress between US Ski Team staff, top club coaches and ...
Biathlon Blog Headshot
On Monday, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) Anti-Doping Tribunal announced its ruling in the case of Gottlieb Taschler, formerly the International Biathlon Union’s (IBU) vice president for sport, and his son Daniel, who was alleged to have doped between 2010 and 2011 in ...
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Spring marks the official start of the new training year. Like old shoes, we throw out the worn down muscles and memories of seasons past and start anew with fresh bodies and minds. The month of May offers a clean ...
Andy Newell Blog Headshot
Yeah I know it’s been while but the beginning of the training year is a busy time. So here’s a quick catch up: Bend was awesome as usual! This year the snow base was deep enough for us to hold our ...
Collegiate Racing Blog Headshot
After leading the men’s and women’s cross-country ski teams for a decade, Chad Salmela, head coach of The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn., announced Monday that he was leaving the nordic team to coach the college’s running programs. “Salmela is the ...
Justin Freeman Blog Headshot
On Friday night I competed in a track meet for the first time in more than 18 years. The last time I was at a track meet I set two PRs – one in the hammer (101’3″) and one in ...
Continental Cup Blog Headshot
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At the end of last April, I found myself down in Hanover competing on Dartmouth’s alumni team for the spring woodsmen’s meet. I ran into a fellow alumna, Jenny, who had also been my high school English teacher. ...
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When the avalanche danger was too high on the slopes we changed our plans and took to the valleys and flat land on skinny skis. Originally, we had planned to do the Eklutna traverse and ski as many peaks as ...
Marathons Blog Headshot
(Press release) Six marathon events across three states, with grueling courses, made up the inaugural CXC Marathon Cup series. Weekend after weekend skiers were challenged not only by the length and terrain of each marathon, but everything in between, including: frigid and ...
Nordic Combined Blog Headshot
On Tuesday, Nordic Combined filled what had been a 15-year void in Kuopio, Finland — it’s been that long since the venue hosted a World Cup event. The large hill/10 k Gundersen was a one-day affair slotted in between last ...
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Wow, the season is over! I don’t even know where to begin?! I faced numerous challenges this year, many more than I would have hoped for. I am however, fortunate to have had the opportunity to face and overcome my challenges ...
Junior Racing Blog Headshot
(Press release) Note: This recap has been corrected to reflect that Far West’s JC Schoonmaker was dubbed U16 men’s “King of the Hill” on Saturday, March 12. CABLE, Wis. (March 12, 2016) — The final competition of the 2016 USSA Junior National Championships concluded with ...
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By Gabby Naranja (Note: This post has been updated to include comments from U.S. Paralympics Nordic coach Eileen Carey.) Just as paramount to the prized top step of the podium is the process of getting there. U.S. skier, Oksana Masters, can attest to ...
SL of TUNA Blog Headshot
The drive through the light snow, the clouds rolling over the mountain pass, all warned of another race at the Farm, Park City, was to be in a developing blizzard. The clouds pushed down the backside of the Wasatch and covered ...
Reese Hanneman Blog Headshot
Well, I guess that was it! “It” being the START OF THE SEASON, that mythical event that we all think about from last May until now, that thing that hangs over our heads and motivated us through every foggy wet ...
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My first time on the World cup team was a week of mixed emotions. First I watched my teammates racing in the mixed and single mixed relays. Which was fun to watch but also a little disheartening not to participate. ...
From the Editors Blog Headshot
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Executive Committee and Foundation will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday next week in Colorado Springs. The publication of the Independent Commission report on doping in Russian athletics will certainly be a hot topic of conversation. After ...
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Clarity In ski coaching, one of the biggest challenges we ever face comes right at the beginning of the relationship with any athlete: gaining a clear understanding of what we are working on together. Seems simple, right? The coach is there ...
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Sadly, there is no snow at MG to host the Mathias Scholarship Race this Sunday. We are hoping to postpone it to a later date in March. Please stay tuned and think snow!!!
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This past weekend on Saturday, Feb. 6, during the same foggy conditions in which the men’s Holmenkollen cross-country 50 k classic was run, the Nordic Combined World Cup sent skiers off of Holmenkollen’s 134-meter large hill for the jumping portion of ...
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