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Great day of racing from all our competitors, big congrats to GRP’s Kaitlynn Miller and APU’s Forrest Mahlen, our winners! Thanks to Kris Dobie for the pics, can’t wait to get up and do it all again tomorrow!
A good warm-up can make the difference between a so-so race and a stellar one. In your early season prep races, try this pre-race routine that the Green Racing Project skiers follow: Sticking to a solid pre-race routine helps you … Continue reading
Workout from Green Racing Project and Fischer athlete Caitlin Patterson Trail running can be a straightforward and nearly mindless workout – just lace up the shoes, find a local trail and go. However if you approach it with mindfulness, it … Continue reading
Meet Nick Brown, the GRP wax tech/ski guru for the Nordic ski and Biathlon teams. The interview and article was written by Hallie Grossman and photos were taken by Caitlin Patterson, both members of the GRP ski team Nick Brown is … Continue reading
In early June, Mia Zutter was named to the US Paralympic Development Team. Mia is a 16 year old visually impaired skier from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. This young athlete came to Craftsbury in January to compete in the IPC (International … Continue reading
It’s that time of year to get out the rock/grass skis at Craftsbury. Pepa shares footage of the GRP girls’ speed workout over on Elinor’s hill, next to the farmyard. Check it out on Pepa’s YouTube Channel.
Pepa has passed along some of the footage from the Glacier trip. Get a bit of sense of what the GRPers were up to the past month. Skate Day Classic Day
The previous garden post focused on the garden plants and layout, in pictures, but intentionally omitted an important part of the garden – the harvesters! As mentioned in that post, the garden workers are a crucial part of the gardening … Continue reading
Check out the GRPSki covergirl: Sus! Susan graced the cover of her alma mater’s alumni mag in conjunction with her commencement address. Read the article.
Craftsbury and the GRP in the news over at the USOC’s TeamUSA.org site. Check it out!