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Photos from the final day of the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championships, with the women’s 15-kilometer freestyle mass start taking place on a 5 k loop at the Jackson Ski Touring Center in Jackson, N.H. Read more about the races and click here for professional photos by FlyingPointRoad. (Click each photo to enlarge) albuterol . buy naltrexone online buy chantix online

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Photos from the final day of the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championships, with the men’s 20-kilometer freestyle mass start taking place on a 5 k loop at the Jackson Ski Touring Center in Jackson, N.H. Read more about the races and click here for professional photos by FlyingPointRoad. (Click each photo to enlarge) albuterol . buy naltrexone online buy chantix online

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NCAA Skiing Championships (Jackson, N.H.): 15/20 k freestyle mass starts On the final day of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Skiing Championships in northern New Hampshire, the University of Utah pulled out a 16.5-point victory over the University of Colorado-Boulder (and finished 17.5 points ahead of the University of Denver) in the team standings, and the two previous NCAA champions from Thursday’s 5/10 k classic races, Martin Bergström and Petra Hyncicova, achieved their second-straight titles in as...

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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...

For the first time in nearly four decades, Jackson Ski Touring Foundation has a new leader. Breanne Torrey, who has been with the organization for six years and has held the positions of Head of Ski Patrol and Director of Operations, has been named the Foundation’s new Executive Director. She is the first woman in this role and follows former Executive Director Thom Perkins, who retired in the spring of 2014 after 38 years with the organization.

JACKSON, NH – Jackson Ski Touring Center received three feet of snow in December and consistently had the most trails open in New England. And, during the winter break between Christmas and New Year’s Day, the number of skiers increased by 15 percent over last year’s numbers. Overall, skier visits were up and the conditions made for excellent skiing and snowshoeing. With the 2014 Winter Olympics a few weeks away, Jackson Ski Touring Center is...

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There is a certain optimism that hangs in the air now that October is fast approaching. The temperature has cooled, leaves are turning red and snow is already accumulating in the mountains. Every year, signs of the changing seasons bring a sudden need for snow sport enthusiasts to urgently dial in their gear to be ready the instant the first skiable snow falls. Skiers may be chomping at the bit more than usual this season...

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Jackson, NH – If you are driving North on New Hampshire’s White Mountain Highway (Route 16) just South of West Ossipee, NH don’t be shocked when you see a billboard promoting cross-country skiing. Gorham Bike and Ski Nordic Concept Shop at Jackson Ski Touring Center in conjunction with Swix and Fischer is promoting the sport and their shop with the use of this billboard. Viewed by nearly 14,000 adults weekly, the billboard will let people...