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Mildly cold temperatures, partly sunny skies, and clean-cut tracks met the EISA teams this morning at the Trapps Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont for mass start 15 and 20 kilometer classic races. Stacking the podium in an impressive 1-2-3, the UVM women stole the show for the first day of their home carnival. Taking the lead early and keeping a distance on the field, the trio of Caitlin Patterson, Amy Glen, and Lucy Garrec skied...

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Collegiate Skier of the Year Last year this category posed the biggest challenge with tough decisions for both the men’s and women’s award, but 2010 posed no such problems.  Both winners were very strong during the regular season and dominating at the NCAA Championships. Collegiate Skier of the Year (women): Antje Maempel (GER).  Maempel, racing for Denver University, became the first repeat winner of this award, following up her close win last year with a...

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The second and final race day of races at the 2010 NCAA National Collegiate Nordic Skiing Competition in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, hosted by the University of Colorado: 15 and 20 kilometer mass start skate races. The morning was more gorgeous than expected at Howelsen Hill; with low overnight temperatures and predicted cloud cover never appearing, the sky was clear and the sun shone off fresh groomed, hard frozen track.  The biggest questions on the wax...

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Where East Meets West: The West took both individual titles with Colorado’s Matt Gelso and Denver’s Antje Maempel, while the East took runner-up titles with Vermont’s Franz Bernstein and Dartmouth’s Rosie Brennan. – Led by Matt Gelso, Americans take three of six podium finishes on first day of NCAA Nordic Skiing Championships – It was an unassumingly beautiful, 30 degree, wintry day at Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, but for racers and coaches of...

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Due to insufficient snow cover at the Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center, the Carnival weekend has been moved back to the site of last weekend’s races: the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, VT. The cold temperatures, wind chill, beautiful tracks, and blue skies with sunshine are also a repeat.  But the icing on the déjà vu cake: Franz Bernstein of the University of Vermont and Ida Sargent of Dartmouth were again the classic champions. This...

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They were ideal conditions for a classic race.  Cold – but not too cold, blue skies, sunshine, and precision cut tracks.  Luckily, these were also the type of conditions that could withstand a lot of racing traffic, as the college carnival was also combined with an Eastern Cup and the total number of participants numbered more than 450. Designed by Morton Trails, the race venue at Trapps Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont is in the...