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As the largest NCAA circuit in the nation prepares for a return to a full schedule, anticipation, anxiety, and lessons from a pandemic year abound in New England. Carnival, as a noun, has perhaps had its moment. We’ve been building towards ennui, not excitement, for nearly two years now. Maybe it’s time to dispel the anticipation, let the moment fade, and let “Carnival” go along with it. But then again, calling a collegiate race circuit...

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — No two races are exactly alike, the saying goes, and there’s a lot of truth to this cliché. But if you step back just a little bit, two race days can start to look awfully similar to one another. For example, for the second time this week, a Hanneman brother won the sprint qualifier, Reese Hanneman won the final, and Alaska Pacific University (APU) put three athletes in the final and two on...

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In Part III of “The Road to Jackson”, we hear from Colby College’s Olivia Amber, Amy Bianco, Silas Eastman, and Zane Fields, all of whom qualified for NCAA Skiing Championships, which open Thursday at the Jackson Ski Touring Center in Jackson, N.H. “NCAA’s to me, is just kind of that icing on the cake, one last time to give it your all, just do it for all the years that we put so much work into...