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The US SuperTour kicked off the first races of the new year at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center with a classic sprint. The event, dubbed the 2020 Lost Nation Cup, brings together senior athletes, EISA carnival teams,  developing NENSA skiers, and citizen racers for a weekend of racing in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. “Retired” Craftsbury native Ida Sargent won the women’s race in a time of 3:55.47, followed by fellow CGRP athlete Kaitlynn Miller (+0.21),...

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U23 World Championships in Lahti, Finland got rolling on Jan. 21 with a classic sprint. In our quest to check in with some of the North American athletes in Finland, with emailed a list of quick-hit questions to touch base. Braden Becker is twenty two years old and a senior at Williams College. He races with the Williams cross-country ski team and hails from Yarmouth, ME. This is his first Junior World Ski Championships. Do you...

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Building on one of its most successful seasons yet, the Bowdoin College nordic ski team, out of Brunswick, Maine, recently jumped back into training under the guidance of head coach Nathan Alsobrook. Last winter, three skiers qualified for NCAA Skiing Championships, one alumna qualified for the U.S. Olympic team (Kaitlynn Miller, class of 2014), and one visually impaired skier Maine State Championship, for example … so we’re really excited to go after that this year. We’ve come close...

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The following was written by Alayna Sonnesyn, a new member of the Stratton Mountain School (SMS) T2 Team who graduated from the University of Vermont (UVM) this past spring. Originally from Plymouth, Minnesota, Sonnesyn, 22, raced on the UVM Ski Team for four years and qualified for four NCAA Skiing Championships teams. She placed second and third in two races at 2017 NCAA Championships, and in her senior season, won the first five Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association...

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Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont is looking for an assistant coach for this Nordic season. We compete on the highly competitive EISA Carnival circuit. Looking for help starting mid-October through the end of February. It is a part-time stipend position with flexible hours and includes a free class each semester. Waxing experience required. Please contact Molly Peters for further information or to submit your resume: 

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A Mainer for most of his life, Tim Whiton jumped on the chance to take his first college head coaching job back in his home state. It wasn’t just the chance to move back to New England that snagged his attention. As Whiton heads to the University of Maine Presque Isle (UMPI), he is also excited about trying to build up a program that has seen four other head coaches come and go in the...

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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...

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From Thursday to Saturday, March 8-11, the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Skiing Championships will be held in Franconia and Jackson, N.H., with two days of cross-country racing taking place Thursday and Saturday at the Jackson Ski Touring Center. The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is hosting the championships, which scores both alpine and cross-country together to determine team standings at the end of the week. India Harvey of St. Lawrence University filmed and...

In Part I of “The Road to Jackson” series, three Williams College skiers — Eli Hoenig, Braden Becker and Jordan Fields, who qualified for this week’s NCAA Skiing Championships — reflect on their team and their season. “I am so excited for NCAA’s. … This is the first time Williams has sent a full team quite a few years. Probably one of the strongest teams we’ve ever sent.” — Jordan Fields buy chantix online, buy ventolin...

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In Part II of “The Road to Jackson” series, we hear from University of New Hampshire (UNH) nordic skiers Lizzie Gill, Silje Wilson, Katrin Larusson, and Peter Holmes, all of whom qualified for 2017 NCAA Skiing Championships. UNH is hosting the championships March 8-11 in Jackson and Franconia, N.H. “To represent UNH, we’re hosting, so let’s hope we can keep it up and have some fun, and also represent the EISA.” buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler buy...

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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.