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This is part two of a series featuring urban based cross-country clubs and how they make it work in the concrete jungle. You can read part one here.  On the homepage of the Cambridge Sports Union (CSU) is an apt quote from tennis champion Arthur Ashe: “Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.” The quote from Ashe came about as he described how to deal with challenges. And it’s the...

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The following was submitted by Kevin Brooker, who attended the 2018 Ski Orienteering World Cup and Ski Orienteering World Masters Championships last week in Craftsbury, Vermont. Brooker, who wrote Alex Jospe interview on Vermont Public Radio *** About the Author: Kevin began nordic skiing to keep in shape for bicycle racing at the dawn of the skating revolution.  He lives in Vermont with his wife and two kids, who are fortunate enough to have great skiing right...

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The U.S. Ski Orienteering Team sent seven members to the 19th Ski Orienteering World Championships, in Tänndalen, Sweden.  The team had one of its most successful championships in its history, headlined by Alison Crocker’s 8th place finish in the Long distance and the women’s 8th place relay finish.  Alison is now ranked 33rd in the world, and Alexandra Jospe is now ranked 59th. The U.S. Ski Orienteering team just returned from one of their most...