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Now accepting applications for 2015-16 Craftsbury GRP Ski & Biathlon Programs

The Craftsbury Green Racing Project (GRP) is now accepting applications for the 2015-16 training year. We expect to be able to add a few new members to the team. We’re excited to formally add a GRP Biathlon program in ’15-16. Applications for either the ski or biathlon program will be due by March 30 and decisions will be made by April 15 at the latest.

Trapp Lager Marathon

Trapp Lager Marathon

Join us on March 14th for the Trapp Lager Marathon. Hosted by the Trapp Family Lodge, this will be a 25 or 50 kilometer classic ski marathon and is part of the Swix New England Marathion Series. Racers will ski a winding 25 kilometer loop on our scenic trails and enjoy an after party and awards ceremony with live music, good food, and of course, some great Austrian style lager!

Podiumwear Offers Jessie Diggins Hats, Headbands and Neck Cozies in Celebration of Her Historic World Championship Results

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Hats, Headbands, Neck Cozies, Posters and Stickers will be Available at Junior Nationals and on the Podiumwear Web Site.

U.S. Eighth, Canada 12th in Sloppy IBU World Champs Mixed Relay

Anais Bescond of France (center, in black) leads the first leg out of the start in Thursday's mixed relay at IBU World Championships in Kontiolahti, Finland. (Photo: Biathlon Canada/NordicFocus)

“Slushfest” was the word that best described the opening race of the 2015 IBU World Championships. Despite the challenging conditions, both the U.S. and Canadian mixed relays skied and shot their way to match their best World Championships results, with eighth- and 12th-place finishes, respectively.

Moravec Anchors Czech Republic to IBU World Championships Gold in Mushy Mixed Relay

Ondrej Moravec celebrates a sizable win for the Czech Republic in Thursday's mixed relay at 2015 IBU World Championships in Kontiolahti, Finland.  (Photo: Kontiolahden Urheilijat/Jarno Artika)

The Czech Republic handled the soft-and-slushy conditions on the first day of 2015 IBU World Championships in Kontiolahti, Finland, better than any other team in the mixed relay, winning gold by a comfortable margin ahead of France and defending Olympic champs Norway.

Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Hiring Executive Director

Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club logo

The Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club is seeking an Executive Director with a proven track record in competitive winter sports, k-12 education, fundraising, business development, and community involvement. Positon starts mid-June, 2015

Mansfield Nordic Seeks Development Team Leader

Mansfield Nordic Club

Mansfield Nordic seeks to hire a Development Team Leader to drive our top youth skiers toward higher level skiing on our Competition Team. This Team Leader will be a high‐energy skier with strong communication abilities among individual athletes, groups, parents and volunteers.

RMISA Season Concludes in Anchorage with Colorado Crowned Season Champs

Colorado University's Mads Stroem on his way to victory in the 7.5 k classic race at Kincaid Park, part of the University of Alaska Anchorage Invitational held last week. (Photo: Tim Whiton)

The University of Colorado was crowned champions of the RMISA college racing scene this season after championships were held in low-snow Anchorage, Alaska, on the back of the UAA Invitational. Mads Stroem and Rune Oedegaard of CU and Emilie Cedervaern of the University of New Mexico dominated the proceedings.

Halvorsen Soars to Success in Scandinavian Junior Racing

Hannah Halvorsen (Sugar Bowl Academy) racing in the 5 k at Norwegian Junior Nationals. (Photo: Skyler Mullings)

Sugar Bowl Academy’s Ambrose Tuscano recounts the recent success U18 skier Hannah Halvorsen found at the U18 Nations’ Cup in Sweden where she landed on the podium in the 5 k freestyle. She followed up the performance with a win in the U17 classic sprint at Norwegian Junior Nationals.

Toko eBlast: Why We Do What We Do

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(Press release) Ski Vise World Cup and Universal Adapter for Ski Vise World Cup  Universal Adapter for Ski Vise World Cup OK, so you ski, snowboard, and cross country ski — or at least 2 of those three. What to […]

EISA Regionals at SLU Carnival: Mooney, Taylor Continue Battle, Caldwell Returns to Top

An aerial view of the SLU Carnival mass start (photo: Everett Sapp)

EISA racing concluded this past weekend in Lake Placid, NY. These Regional Championships, hosted by St. Lawrence University, featured a festive atmosphere and challenging courses, and served as a precursor to next week’s NCAA Championships, also hosted by SLU. Paddy Caldwell returned to dominant form in the men’s races, while Heather Mooney and Annika Taylor continued to vie for top women’s honors.

NDC Thunder Bay’s TeamUp ‘The Rhythm of Winter’ Campaign

NDC Thunder Bay's TeamUp "Rhythm of Winter" campaign

(Press release) Campaign: TeamUp NDC Thunder Bay is very grateful that Robbie Craig has Teamed Up with us to raise funds by creating this Nordic-inspired original piece of art for this campaign. We have been given the honor to name […]

Classic Northug: Norwegian Appears from Nowhere to Claim Victory in World Champs 50 k

Northug wins, Bauer looks back before finish

Never count Petter Northug out of a ski race. In the final race of the 2015 FIS Nordic World Championships, the Norwegian never cracked the top-10 of the 50 k until the last kilometer where he out-sprinted the competition to take his fourth victory of the Championships.

Harvey Jockeys for Position, Finishes Fifth in Final 50 k Push at World Championships

Canada's Alex Harvey leads Russia's Maxim Vylegzhanin (4) and the Czech Republic's Lukas Bauer (29) up a steep hill around 29 k in the men's 50 k classic mass start at 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden.

Alex Harvey stayed at the front of the pack for most of Sunday’s 50 k classic mass start, the final race of 2015 World Championships in Falun, but he couldn’t quite get into the position he needed before a four-man finishing sprint — which he was just behind. Also for Canada, Graeme Killick notched a career-best 19th, and Ivan Babikov placed 30th after leading as well.

‘Nothing Special, Not Terrible’ as Hoffman and Bjornsen Push Through Slush in Grueling 50 k

Hoffman at back of pack at 29 k

The 50 k classic mass start which wrapped up 2015 World Championships was punishing for everyone, and U.S. skiers Noah Hoffman and Erik Bjornsen were no exception. Hoffman didn’t feel his best and Bjornsen said he struggled with the slush and his own technique – but was trying to use the race as a learning experience. “I don’t think there’s any reason to sit out events like this,” he said.

Three in Top 20, U.S. Women Prove Their Mettle With Gritty Results in Worlds 30 k

Rosie Brennan, focused on staying on the tails of Justyna Kowalczyk of Poland at the end of the 30 k classic.

Whether it was Sadie Bjornsen leading the race at 5 k, Liz Stephen scoring the best result ever for a U.S. woman in a World Champs 30 k by finishing 11th, or Rosie Brennan outsprinting Justyna Kowalczyk for 16th, the American women ended World Championships on a high note.

Earlier Than Planned, Johaug Runs Away with World Champs 30 k, Beats Bjørgen by 52 Seconds

Therese Johaug of Norway skiing well ahead of the pack around 19 k into the women's 30 k classic mass start at 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden.

Therese Johaug did what she had to do to beat Norwegian teammate Marit Bjørgen on Saturday in the final women’s race of 2015 World Championships: the 30 k classic mass start. She did so by inadvertently attacking around 7 k: “I thought, ‘Oh my God, it’s early. I have 23 kilometers to the end,'” Johaug recalled.

32nd in World Championships, Nishikawa Learning the Ropes in 30 k’s

Canada's Emily Nishikawa skiing to 32nd in the women's 30 k classic at 2015 World Championships.

FasterSkier’s coverage of the 2015 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun, Sweden, is brought to you by the generous support of L.L. Bean, now featuring a complete line of Kikkan Randall training wear. FALUN, Sweden — It was another almost-there day for […]

Canada 10th, U.S. 11th as North American Men Duel in World Champs Relay

Lenny Valjas of Canada leads Simi Hamilton of the United States on the last lap of the men's 4 x 10 k relay at World Championships in Falun, Sweden.

Canada and the U.S. men’s teams battled for a close 10th and 11th positions in Friday’s 4 x 10 k relay at the 2015 FIS Nordic World Championships in Falun, Sweden. While both teams acknowledged a desire for improvement, they were pleased with their respective efforts.

Northug Sticks It to Halfvarsson, Edges Swede for Norwegian Relay Win at Worlds

Sweden's Calle Halfvarsson leads Norway's Petter Northug (c) and France's Adrien Backscheider on the second-to-last major hill on the last lap of the men's 4 x 10 k relay at 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden. Northug went on to edge Halfvarsson by 0.6 seconds for gold, Sweden took silver and France was 8.9 seconds back for bronze.

After missing out on a podium at the 2014 Olympics, the Norwegian men put themselves back on top in Friday’s 4 x 10 k relay at World Championships in Falun, Sweden. With his characteristic finishing kick, Petter Northug outlasted Sweden’s Calle Halfvarsson for gold, and France took bronze.