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    Mission: It is the mission of the NYSEF PG Program to bridge the gap between high school/ collegiate/national teams for athletes who have demonstrated a desire to focus on cross country ski racing preparation and competition at an elite level.     Program Overview: The NYSEF PG Program provides the opportunity for post-graduate athletes to strive towards reaching their full potential on the race circuit regionally, domestically and internationally. Sport becomes the primary focus...

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Picture the scene: you have just spent a long day skiing on the slopes. Adrenaline is pumping through your veins, and you are happy but exhausted. The slopes are closing, and it is time to return to the lodge and wind down. But what do you do to pass the time after the slopes are closed? A skiing trip is not just about the actual skiing – after all, the slopes aren’t open 24/7! Having...

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Snow is flying and we are excited to engage the Nordic Race communality virtually this coming Thursday. Thursday November 12th at 8PM / 6PM Mountain Fischer Nordic Race Night Hosted By Kikkan Randall Featuring: Sadie Maubet Bjornsen, Kevin Bolger, Julia Kern, Logan Hanneman Athletes will be talking about the upcoming season, their favorite Fischer Products, and answering questions live on air. We are excited to follow on the success of our Alpine Race Night back in September with this...

Fischer has the fix for your Birkie Fever with their line-up of Birkie Week events running from Thursday through Saturday. Events will take place at the expo and on the race course, culminating at the main event’s finish line for the debut of the Fischer Finish Line Fanatics gathering—a group of race fans cheering with a limited edition Fischer cowbell. “The Birkie is America’s most iconic ski race,” says Fischer’s Nordic Sales Director, Steve Reeder....

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Holy smokes. It concludes. First off, for those who have listened to this seven-episode post-TdS run, we appreciate it. And there was the racing. Johaug. Weng. Diggins and Brennan in form today on the Alpe, and Sadie Maubet Bjornsen in seventh overall. For the men …. Johannes Høsflot Klæbo faded on the Alpe while Alexander Bolshunov came into his own. We could digress. But we’ll leave that for the podcast. Ciao. Wait. A small digression. We...

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Spokane Nordic Ski Association Overview The Spokane Nordic Ski Association (SNSA) is a community nordic program and race team based at Mt. Spokane, Washington which involves children, families and teenage racers part of the USSA Pacific Northwest Ski Association. With up to 20 young skiers participating per season, the SNSA Transition Team, or T-Team, is focused on guiding young skiers in the 8 -13 year old range during the transition from SNSA’s robust Nordic Kids program to...

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In a fitting setting for the the inaugural Ski to the Sun Marathon and Relay, hundreds of skiers emerged from a fog-blanketed morning dreamscape in Mazama, Washington as they cruised down the Methow Valley to brilliant sunshine and the finish at Sun Mountain Lodge. Kent Murdoch, who splits his time between Mazama and Fall City, Washington, took advantage of his familiarity with the final climb to lead the marathon field over the 41 km course,...

900 CYCLISTS MAKE 13TH ANNUAL KELLY BRUSH RIDE LARGEST TO DATE BURLINGTON, Vt. (Sept. 13, 2018)—The 13th Annual Kelly Brush Ride powered by VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations raised $600,000 for adaptive sports and ski racing safety. More than 900 cyclists and 25 adaptive athletes participated in the September 8 event in Middlebury, Vermont, making it the largest fundraiser to date for the Kelly Brush Foundation. “We are grateful for this incredible level of support both in the...

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St. Lawrence University is currently seeking applicants for a Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s & Women’s Nordic Ski. This 9-month position (August 15, 2017 – May 15, 2018) is targeted toward graduate students seeking a master’s degree. Remuneration includes a very competitive coaching stipend, student health insurance, and eligibility for tuition remission (6 graduate classes per year in the University’s graduate program). Some meals are also included. St Lawrence offers Graduate programs in Counselling and...

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RUMFORD, Maine – The final day of the United States Cross Country Ski Championship saw some controversy during the A Final of the men’s classic sprint on the trails of Black Mountain.  Torin Koos (BSF) skied away from the rest of the heat, but was later disqualified for a questionable move, so the second skier across the finish line Tyler Kornfield (UAF) was crowned the national champion.  While we don’t have footage of the contentious moment...

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RUMFORD, Maine – In the wake of the 2012 United States Cross Country Ski Championship natural snow has finally started to  fall and the racers move on to the next event on their schedule, but we take a look back at the final day of competition on the trails of Black Mountain.  Watch how the ladies’ classic sprint transpired. Contributing camera work by Alex Matthews and Audrey Mangan. buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler buy...

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RUMFORD, Maine – For most of the racers in the men’s 30km classic mass start at the United States Cross Country Ski Championship there was one long effort, but for Noah Hoffman it was ski 20km and then race 10km as fast as he could.  Watch how things played out for Hoffman and the rest of the field. Full Race Report: “Hoffman Uses Smarts, Grit to Win 30 K”, by: Alex Matthews buy chantix online,...

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RUMFORD, Maine  — With falling snow and six trips up Black Mountain’s infamous ‘High School Hill’ the ladies’ 20km classic mass start was exciting.  Through the race the lead pack decreased from a mass to just five and by the time the skiers finally crossed the line it was the US Ski Team/CXC’s Jessie Diggins who got there first to win another title.  Check out how it unfolded.