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With increasing camera affordability and the internet’s ease of distribution, the number of videos made about nordic skiing seems to grow exponentially every year. Where once you had to physically go and buy one of the few existing movies put out by national team members to be able to watch good skiers from the comfort of your own home, there is now an abundance of technique advice, World Cup footage and “here). FS: Are your...

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Trailer: Is it fact or is it fiction? Wait it is both. These two polar extremes outline the heart of nordic skiing. Working hard and beating fast, the heart of our community expands. Our sport, while misunderstood by some, is truly extraordinary. Revived Films has pledged to document and expand the heart of nordic skiing for the past two years. This year we bring to you our newest installment, Fact or Fiction. From the thin...

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Going into the third day of Junior Olympic competition, Friday’s skate individual start, four athletes had a chance to sweep all individual events: Hamish McEwen (Cambridge Sports Union) in J2 boys, Marion Woods (Alaska Winter Stars) in J2 girls, Logan Hanneman (FAST) in J1 boys, and Jessie Diggins (CXC) in OJ girls. When the day was finished, only McEwen was knocked off the top step of the podium.  (He was still second!) Woods, Hanneman, and...