Monthly Archives: July 2011

Scenes From Masters Running Week

Masters running camp has come and gone and 23 happy runners are back home after a memorable week. We did it all and judging from the non-stop smiles and miles it’s clear why the masters return each year. A loyal … Continue reading

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Summer Trails at the Center

Ski trail signage on Round-a-bit works in summer too. You have skied the trails in winter with perfect grooming. Now we are mowing the core trails regularly to full width. The field trails are getting treatment more common to a golf … Continue reading

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Loons and Groomers

We talk a little from time to time about what the groomers and other winter time co-workers are doing over the summer to get ready for next winter. One name you don’t hear as much during summer’s heat is that … Continue reading

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Fast Hearts and Firearms

Marathon week runners were treated to a special program offering when Craftsbury members John Madigan and Mike Gibson (both heavily involved with The Ethan Allen Biathlon Club) welcomed a handful of campers to the shooting range in Craftsbury. Coach Greg Wenneborg and six … Continue reading

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Ridge Run For The Sun

The Ridge Run is a perfect 10 mile loop that starts and finishes right here at the Center. The deserted dirt roads are perfect for a group run at dawn: rolling hills, misty valleys, farms with lambs, chickens and cows, … Continue reading

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Wednesday? Must Be Endurathon Day!

The traditional running camp athletic fest that is Endurathon Day went off without a hitch yesterday. With glorious sunshine and spirited athletes, the day-long extravaganza flowed seamlessly We start the day with an easy trail or road run or even … Continue reading

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Homologation

“Huh?” you ask. Homologation is FIS-speak for a process whereby one’s ski race courses are accredited to meet certain standards of width, grade, height of climbs and so forth that ensure consistency, safety and basic fairness for racers that are … Continue reading

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Independence Weekend Photos

We had a great time over our first annual Independence Weekend. Lots of great tours, demonstrations and learning opportunities. A big thanks to all our friends, neighbors, members and everyone who helped make the weekend as engaging and interesting. You … Continue reading

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Alumni update from Oregon.

Hi there! For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Chelsea Little and I was an athlete with the Green Racing Project from its inception in 2009 through the end of the 2011 season. In March, I … Continue reading

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Local Food Dinners at the Center

As part of our inaugural Independence Weekend program, the Center’s Kitchen offered meals that were even more local than usual. The dinners, in particular, featured almost entirely locally-sourced ingredients! As an added bonus, each night before dinner, the cooks gave a short … Continue reading

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