Huge Props to the work being done by the Craftsbury Community!
Amid hard working snow-makers we were able to get off a time trial on some cold snow this morning. We’re in good hands looking forward to the Eastern Cups next weekend! (Pictures of many of the racers are below the results)
1. Amy Glen 24:49
2. Megan Killigrew 25:21
3. Tara Geraghty-Moats 25:45
4. Heidi Halvorsen 25:49
5. Hannah Dreissigacker 26:07
6. Anja Gruber 26:29
7. Caitlin Patterson 26:39
8. MK Cirelli 27:07
9. Caitlin Curran 27:10
10. Gage Fichter 27:14
11. Alicia-Rose Pastore 27:22
12. Janey McClelland 27:37
13. Hannah Miller 28:30
14. Alexandra Zakrzewska 29:05
15. Danika Frisbee 31:09
16. Silke Hines 34:10
1. Sean Dougherty 30:10
2. Bryan Cook 30:44
3. Alex Howe 30:51
4. Pat O’Brien 30:54
5. Cole Talbot 30:55
6. Dylan McGuffin 31:25
7. Rogan Brown 31:35
8. Scott Patterson 31:47
9. Mike Gibson 31:49
10. Devlin Shea 31:50
11. Nils Koons 31:52
12. Pete Hegman 32:00
13. Tim Reynolds 32:29
14. Antoine St-Louis 34:44
15. Ethan Dreissigacker 34:44.2
16. Alex Schulz 34:58
Many of the top skiers from the region showed up to do a hard effort this morning. Most were on training skis and a few people were just working out, but it certainly felt like a race.
Fitzy did approximately 5 km, twice around the loop.
Here she charges down the hill in Murphy’s field, getting in a solid forward position.
MK is still feeling the effects of three consecutive races at the end of an altitude camp, but she still finished well in a pack of strong collegiate and post-collegiate skiers.
Heidi and Toine found each other at some point out there and skied much of the race together.
Heidi was a strong fourth place, only four seconds off the podium.
Ryley’s hip has been bothering him, and he only skied one lap. We’ll get him going for the first Eastern Cup, here next weekend.
Hans skied a two-lap workout, working on engaging his core and getting in good positions while going fast.
It’s always great to have Antoine around. He came down from Canada to race and to wish Dev a happy birthday. Not too long a drive and it was fun getting to hang out in the van with the team after the race.
Dev turned 17 today. Nice! Here he churns it up in front of the barn in Murphy’s field.
Dev took bib 1 and skied an awesome race, finishing in the middle of a pack of great skiers.
Heidi and Toine celebrate working together on the course after a hard effort.
We were joined on the course by several different teams of skiers:
Nils Koons, Dartmouth
Alex Howe, UVM
Pete Hegman, UVM
Nils Koons hammering through the snow gun section.
Amy Glen, UVM
Alex Howe, chased by Heidi.
Scott Patterson skis in front of Franz Bernstein, who wasn’t racing, and MK.
Hannah Dreissigacker, Green Racing Project.
Tim Reynolds, GMVS alum and GRP skier, heads into the wall of snow.
Amy Glen follows him down into the lower section of the course.
Caitlin Curran, UVM
Tara Geraghty-Moats, skiing in Craftsbury Nordic colors.
Alex Schultz skis on his home course.
Tim getting after it.
Amy Glen, UVM
Patrick O’Brien, GRP and Caitlin Curran, UVM
Nils Koons rounds the corner in the sun.
It was a gorgeous day in VT!
Tim leads a small pack of skiers through Murphy’s Field.
Dylan Grald, GMVS alum, gets in some intensity.
Gage Fichter, UVM
Ethan Dreissigacker climbs the hill towards the snow guns. Thank you Craftsbury for such a stellar early season option!
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