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On a humid fall Sunday in northern New York where temperatures reached an uncharacteristic 80 degrees, Jake Brown of the Craftsbury Green Racing Project and US Biathlon Development Team and Tara Geraghty-Moats of USA Nordic won the 2018 Climb to the Castle. Brown’s time was 35:40.7, while Geraghty-Moats finished in 45:03. Big Gaps and Clear Wins On the men’s side, Brown’s Craftsbury teammate Raleigh Goessling finished second in 38:16.6, and Erikson Moore of the Fondeurs-Laurentides...

Top American Cross-Country Skiers to Compete at Trapp Family Lodge November 4th in Elite Invitational Roller Ski Competition (Press release) Stowe, Vt – The New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) and the Trapp Family Lodge have partnered to create a roller ski race for an elite field of cross-country skiers including past and future Olympians.  Upwards of fifty athletes representing colleges and clubs from throughout New England will compete in a challenging 10-kilometer race that...

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Editor’s Note: The following is part of a series proposed by Maks Zechel, a 20-year-old Canadian cross-country skier embarking on his first season training abroad. In August, he recently made the big move to Norway, where he’ll be training and racing with Team Asker for the entire winter. Through these updates, Maks hopes to share his personal “observations, stories and lessons learned” to help close the gap between North American and Scandinavian nordic skiing. Previous posts: #2, #4,...

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(Note: This article has been updated with comments from Adam Terko in regards to rollerski safety.) WILMINGTON, N.Y. — On what may be the hottest day in memory for the annual Climb to the Castle (C2C) rollerski race, hosted by the New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) up Whiteface Mountain, Jake Brown and Jennie Bender were fastest to the top. Both have spent at least part of their summer training with the US Biathlon Association (USBA) in...

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FAYSTON, Vt. — This past Sunday, July 23, Kam Husain and Alex Lawson won the 2017 App Gap Challenge and set some of the fastest times on the grueling course in the process. Husain, a 19-year-old Vermont native and former Stratton Mountain School skier, set a new men’s course record of 30 minutes, 28 seconds. Lawson, a Craftsbury Nordic skier coming off her senior year at St. Johnsbury Academy, was the second-fastest woman ever on the...

On Sunday, July 23, the New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) is hosting a dual-technique rollerski race/challenge, the App Gap Challenge, which climbs the Appalachian Gap in Fayston, Vt. The uphill event along Route 17 features a 5-kilometer women’s race and 7 k men’s race, with parking, registration and awards at Mad River Glen. The next day, Monday, July 24, a Best Ball Golf Tournament Fundraiser will be held at the Sugarbush Golf Course in Warren, Vt. More...

After a one year hiatus, the Kingston Roller Ski races are back with the 11th annual edition.  Scheduled for Sunday, November 22, 2015, this year is shaping up to be as good as any in the past. The sponsors are lined up and include Toko wax, Verge uniforms, Nathan hydration, Polar heart rate monitors, Concept2/SkiErg, Rudy Project, V2 roller skis, Accelerade sports drink, and Ear Mitts.  They all have donated great equipment and other merchandise to...

Sunday, September 20, 2015 Climb to the top of Whiteface, New York’s 5th highest peak for a 360-degree panoramic view of the Adirondacks, New England and Canada 2015 Climb to the Castle Link to race registration: AlpineReg Online registration closes Friday, September 18 at 9 AM   Looking to help out at the awesome C2C race? sign up to volunteer here Questions? Email Margaret Maher buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler

The Kingston Nordic Ski Club is gearing up for its 9th annual Kingston Roller Ski Race on Nov. 18 at the Miller Middle School at Lake Katrine, N.Y. Races include a 5 k classic, 2 k novice and 10 k freestyle. Registration begins at 10.m.; races start at noon. (From kingstonnordic.blogspot.com. buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler

We've been back from Italy for a week now, and we're settling into a routine that will carry us all the way through to November's trip to West Yellowstone. This is arguably our most focused block of the year academically and athletically: we have an op...

We've been back from Italy for a week now, and we're settling into a routine that will carry us all the way through to November's trip to West Yellowstone. This is arguably our most focused block of the year academically and athletically: we have an op...

We've been back from Italy for a week now, and we're settling into a routine that will carry us all the way through to November's trip to West Yellowstone. This is arguably our most focused block of the year academically and athletically: we have an op...

We've been back from Italy for a week now, and we're settling into a routine that will carry us all the way through to November's trip to West Yellowstone. This is arguably our most focused block of the year academically and athletically: we have an op...

Every region in the U.S. seems to have its own iconic dryland hill climb. In Alaska, there’s Mount Marathon. Out west, it’s Agony. In the Midwest—well, uh… forget about the Midwest. But in the northeast, there’s one of the most brutal: the Whiteface Climb to the Castle. Okay, okay, we know. Mount Marathon’s got more history. Agony’s steeper. This year’s Climb to the Castle is only the fourth-ever edition of the event. But there’s no...

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26 racers braved rain and snow to contest the Mt. Greylock Rollerski Race in Lanesboro, Massachusetts on Sunday. The road up the highest point in Massachusetts has been closed for two years for a complete overhaul. The result? Perfect pavement the length of the eight mile climb, and a rollerskier’s paradise.  The race returned to Mt. Greylock after a 7-year hiatus. The weather, however, did not cooperate and the race was shortened to 4.5 miles....