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Adam Terko is the assistant coach of the St. Lawrence University Ski Team
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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.

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EISA Regional Championships took place on Friday and Saturday as part of the Middlebury Carnival. Hometown hero Ben Lustgarten and stalwart Dartmouth racer Annie Hart picked up wins on Friday. Paddy Caldwell, Scott Patterson and the UVM women put on a show during Saturday's mass start events.

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While the world's collective attention is focused on the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, EISA racers set their sights on the 2014 Williams Carnival held at Prospect Mountain in Woodford, VT. UVM and Dartmouth continued to show strength, while the Bowdoin women made a strong statement on both days.

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Despite warm temperatures and course alterations, the EISA racing season began at the Colby Carnival in Waterville, Maine last weekend. Perennial performers UVM and Dartmouth finished strong, but several other schools put on impressive displays of both top talent and depth

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In the days and weeks leading up to the Nordic events of the 1980 Olympic Games in Lake Placid, snow was hard to come by. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of the local community, mostly consisting of heavy shoveling and snow-moving, the Olympic races were contested, and some of the more memorable races in the history of the sport took place. Most notable may have been Thomas Wassberg’s narrow .01 second victory over Finnish skier...