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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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All 2012 Cross Country Junior Nationals coverage is brought to you through the generous support of J1 boys qualifier results Overall sprint results   Stock Knocks off Another National Title As junior skiers grow through the age-class ranks, there are certain names that routinely pop up near the top of results at Junior Nationals. Corey Stock’s (New England/Cambridge Sports Union) is one such name. But she isn’t simply fast; she consistently performs at the very top...

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All 2012 Cross Country Junior Nationals coverage is brought to you through the generous support of J2 boys sprint brackets Overall results   Kern Claims Championship Upon Return Just over a week ago, Julia Kern was racing in Estonia at the J1 Scando Cup and led the American women in the 5 k classic, placing 14th. If that wasn’t impressive enough, consider she’s a J2. The Cambridge Sports Union skier from Massachusetts returned to the states...

Cambridge Sports Union has completed its on-line survey examining the prevalence of chronic  exertional compartment  syndrome (CECS) within the competitive nordic ski community in North America. The purpose of the survey was to gauge the extent of CECS among cross-country skiers, and to collect data that contributes  to understanding the etiology of CECS. Fifty coaches responded to the survey, representing roughly 1,500 athletes. The teams represented include  youth and regional clubs, the U.S. and Canadian...