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Team Gregg Commits to Two More Years with Madshus Seattle, WA (September 10, 2015) — Madshus, the world’s leading performance Nordic ski company, is pleased to announce that Olympians Brian and Caitlin Gregg (Team Gregg) have signed on to continue racing exclusively in Madshus skis, boots, and poles for another two seasons. “Madshus has allowed Brian and I to make a huge step forward in our ski racing careers and we are excited about the...


We know it’s a bit maddening, but the two stories posted in the main column of FasterSkier on April 1 were in jest: "USSA to Shutter Center of Excellence, Enlist Prancercise Methods" and "Larger-Than-Life Statues of Diggins, Gregg Unveiled at Mall of America."


Regardless of what happens with the official U.S. Olympic Nordic Ski Team naming on Wednesday, Caitlin Gregg says she's happy. The last four years have been about balance, Gregg explains, and a journey with her husband that she wouldn't trade for anything. "One of the greatest things though is that anticipation of not knowing that you made it," she says.

Toko Athlete Lukas Bauer Wins in Kuusamo!  American Tim Burke 3rd in Ostersund! Toko athlete Tim Burke shot clean and finished 3rd in the Ostersund Biathlon World Cup 10k race I started the skis with a layer of HF blue. Cold powders had been running fast all week so I put Jetstream blue powder on everyone’s qualification skis. In the qualification round, the blue flouro block tested the best and was a safe choice. Since...


The official beginning to the 2014 racing season didn't disappoint with tons of exciting nordic action taking place across the globe. FasterSkier was on-site in West Yellowstone to cover the SuperTour opener, Kikkan Randall opened with her best classic-sprint finish of second in Kuusamo, Noah Hoffman notched the fastest men's time in Sunday's 15 k pursuit to end the Kuusamo Ruka Triple, and Tim Burke had his first podium of the biathlon season.


Watching her husband in the West Yellowstone SuperTour 15 k skate on Saturday, Caitlin Gregg (Madshus/Team Gregg) had a sense it was going to be another good day. Brian Gregg placed second and Caitlin went on to win the women's 10 k individual race by more than a minute and 20 seconds. “It's incredible,” she said. “It’s so fun when this stuff happens.”


The highlight of Caitlin Gregg’s day was seeing all her Midwest fans, her Loppet Nordic Racing buddies, at the finish of each heat on Friday during the first SuperTour sprint of the season. That gave her reason to celebrate and smile every time she won, which Gregg did all morning and early afternoon in the West Yellowstone 1.3 k skate sprint.