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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...

Pascale Savard) STOWE, Vt. — Century rides can be boring. Too often, they are repetitive from one year to another, feel like an eternity, and lack creativity, diversity and spirit. It’s a good thing that none of these characteristics will ever be used to describe the Darn Tough Ride, the most anticipated cycling event in New England held in Stowe on Sunday, September 1st. As Sir Winston Churchill once said, “Difficulties mastered are opportunities won,” and...

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Jim Galanes already has a lot on his resume: nordic combined World Cup winner. Cross country skiing national champion during the "golden era." U.S. Ski Team coach. Founder of the APU ski program. But after a few years away from the ski world, he's excited to tackle yet another peak: stonegrinding for Edgewise Ski Service in Stowe, which already has a booming alpine business.

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The honour, bragging rights and camaraderie of competing in the oldest downhill cross-country ski race in North America keep competitors coming back each year to Stowe, Vermont. The historic New England ski town at the base of Mount Mansfield will once again draw the best skiers from far and wide for the 68th edition of the Stowe Derby on Sunday, February 24, 2013. This downhill and cross-country combined ski race brings out competitive and recreational skiers alike, lured by the unique and challenging course, energetic crowds and the prestige of taking a top finish in this historic, multi-faceted test of a skiers’ skill and fitness.

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www.stowederby.com.   The Derby organizers would like to sincerely thank everyone (and you are too numerous to all name) who has helped with the success of the race. Stowe Mountain Resort, Trapp Family Lodge, the Nordic Barn, TopNotch Resort, Stowe Parks and Rec, the Mt. Mansfield Ski Club.  The Stowe Rotary, Rusty Nail, the Stowe Reporter, Stowe High School, Stowe Police, MVP Health Care, SWIX, EverBank, and all the generous sponsors who make this event...

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For the sixth time, in the nearly 60 year history of the NCAA Skiing Championship, the University of Vermont will host the four day competition to determine the nation’s top individual skiers as well as the country’s best collegiate ski team. Since the first NCAA Skiing Championship, held in 1954, the competition program has changed to reflect the evolution of the sport. Early collegiate championships featured downhill and slalom from the Alpine disciplines as well...