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With results like Susan's 4th at Antholz, Craftsbury biathlon is growing! Come join the team.

Now Hiring: Biathlon Coach

Craftsbury seeks to hire a Biathlon Coach to start in the late Spring/early Summer of 2014. This would be a full-time position; the coach will also be expected to participate in other projects and activities at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center as time permits. Compensation could include most meals, and a place to live.

Coaching responsibilities would include the following athlete groups:
o    Green Racing Project: developing senior athletes
o    Juniors: both introductory and experienced (aiming for Jr National Team)
o    Youth: development programming
o    Any possible collaboration with USBA on Development Programming or supporting visiting National Team biathletes

Oversee all biathlon programming ...

|  April 2014  |

GRP Rowing: Clemson and SDCC

While the Outdoor Center is still blanketed with snow, the Green Racing Project rowers have been enjoying the sunshine and miles of (liquid) water in Clemson, SC. The team has been down in Clemson ...

GRP caps a successful season at SuperTour finals in

Winter may still be in full force in the Northeast Kingdom, but the GRP skiers have finished their season up with a jam-packed week of racing in Alaska for SuperTour Finals. Eight GRP skiers, four ...

|  March 2014  |

GRP Biathletes Compete at National Championships in

While the biathlon World Cup was finishing up overseas last weekend, the domestic biathlon scene was also having end of season races in nearby Jericho, VT. GRP athletes Clare Egan, Ethan ...

Kids' Biathlon Clinic Saturday with Susan and Hannah

Kids’ Biathlon Clinic with Olympians Susan and Hannah Saturday, March 29th, 1-3 p.m.Craftsbury Outdoor CenterBill Koch League skiers are invited to come learn about the sport of biathlon from ...

Dunklee and Dreissigacker cap a successful World Cup

For fans of GRP biathlete Susan Dunklee it was worth the wait to see her notch her first ever World Cup podium this weekend in Oslo, Norway in the final World Cup sprint of the season. But it was ...

Susan Dunklee is on fire with first World Cup podium in

Susan Dunklee has been knocking on the door of a World Cup podium for a while, and today in Oslo she finally got her answer! She's been strong in several World Cup sprints this season, 4th in ...

Sargent wraps up World Cup Season at Finals in Falun, Sweden

Falun will play host to the 2015 World Championships for cross country skiing, but for now, they hosted the 2014 World Cup Finals as a sort of “test run” for their new courses and ...

Dunklee and Dreissigacker successful at penultimate World

It has been a long season for GRP biathletes Susan Dunklee and Hannah Dreissigacker, but they don’t seem to show any signs of tiring! They competed last weekend in the World Cup in ...

GRP Spring Tour FINAL RESULTS

The third and final stage of the GRP Spring Tour went off Sunday in decidedly un-spring-like conditions. With overall Tour podium spots up for grabs in both the men's and women's races, racers ...

GRP Spring Tour HANDICAP START LISTS & STAGE 2 RESULTS

Congrats to Saturday's Stage 2 CL Sprint winners, Eric Packer and Caitlin Patterson. With Stage 2 in the books, racers are left with just one more chance to improve overall Tour ...

GRP Spring Tour Stage 1 Results

The Patterson sibling duo of Caitlin and Scott take the victories in Stage 1 of the Tour, so look for them in the yellow Leaders’ Bibs on Saturday. For their efforts, they’ll each be ...

GRP Spring Tour Start List UPDATES

Women's start lists have been updated. Please re-check your start time(s). 

GRP Spring Tour START LISTS

Friday and Saturday start lists are up -- Stages 1 and 2 of the Mini-Tour. And a friendly reminder that all of this weekend's races are LF wax only! No HF or pure fluoros (liquids, block ...

GRP Spring Tour Seed Lists

Registration has closed for the 2014 GRP Spring Tour, which begins tomorrow with a 3.75k CL Prologue! Please check your registration information in the seed lists linked below.Please note that start ...

Now accepting '14-15 GRP Ski Applications

The Craftsbury Green Racing Project (GRP) is now accepting applications for the 2014-15 training year. Space will be limited, but we hope to be able to add a few new members to the team. ...

Dunklee and Dreissigacker back to Biathlon World Cup

Don’t worry, biathlon fans, the racing didn’t end after two weeks of exciting action at the Sochi Olympics. Biathlon is back! GRP biathletes Susan Dunklee and Hannah Dreissigacker raced ...

GRP's Sargent takes on the Holmenkollen in Oslo, Norway

The Holmenkollen, this past weekend’s World Cup stop in Oslo, Norway, may be the Norwegian equivalent of the Super Bowl. Fans camp out the night before the races, and in the morning there are ...

Sargent races Drammen classic city sprint, Randall secures

City sprints are always exciting, bringing the drama and upsets of World Cup sprinting to the streets. The classic sprint in Drammen, Norway on Wednesday was no exception. A windy, mostly flat ...

Sargent races post-Olympic World Cup in Lahti, Finland

The Olympics may be over, but the racing on the cross country World Cup is just heating up. The World Cup field flew from Sochi to Scandinavia, where they will finish out their race season in ...

|  February 2014  |

GRP Skiers (and Rowers!) take on the American Birkiebeiner

The biggest ski race in North America, and an annual tradition for over 10,000 skiers from the Midwest and beyond, the American Birkiebeiner is one race that has to be seen to be believed. 6 of the ...

GRP Biathletes Wrap up Sochi Appearance with Season Best

Friday’s biathlon relay was the last race in Sochi for Susan Dunklee and Hannah Dreissigacker, the two biathletes representing the GRP at the Olympics Games. They had an impressive run of ...

Susan makes history in 12.5k Mass Start, Craftsbury ladies

Before she even started the 12.5k mass start race in Sochi on Monday, Susan Dunklee had already made history as the first American woman to qualify for the 30 woman race at the Olympics. However ...

GRP continues season at Battle Creek SuperTour in St.

The domestic crew of GRP racers was busy this past weekend at the SuperTour races in St. Paul, Minnesota. Five men and one woman represented the GRP in a classic 10k/15k mass start on Saturday and ...

Sargent 34th in Olympic 10k Classic

Some people described the weather for Thursday’s 10k individual in Sochi as “tropical”. With temperatures soaring into the 50’s and no overnight freeze to solidify the ...

Dreissigacker redeems herself in 15k Individual, Dunklee

Hannah Dreissigacker had nothing to lose in Friday’s 15k individual after finishing 64th in the sprint race earlier in the Games and missing qualification for the pursuit race. With the ...

Dunklee strives for the medals in first Olympic appearances

Susan Dunklee’s results from the first two Olympic biathlon races, 14th in the sprint and 18th in the pursuit, fail to tell the whole story of her Olympic debut. The funny thing about biathlon ...

Sargent strong in Olympic debut

Just a little over one week ago, Ida Sargent missed making the rounds in the Toblach World Cup, the last opportunity to practice heats before the big show in Sochi. She ended up 33rd ...

Craftsbury's Opening Ceremonies

What: Please come join us for a brief opening ceremony in honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics and our three GRP Olympians: Hannah Dreissigacker, Susan Dunklee, and Ida Sargent. All three hometown ...

|  January 2014  |

Craftsbury Fast & Female 2/5

Fast and Female comes to Craftsbury! Join us on Wednesday, February 5th for an afternoon of athletic inspiration for girls ages 9-19 years old at the Craftsbury Fast and Female Power Hour! Come ski ...

Craftsbury at Biathlon NorAm Champs

Green Racing Project biathletes Ethan Dreissigacker, Michael Gibson, and Clare Egan brought home a slew of medals from last weekend's North American Biathlon Championships in Jericho, Vermont. While ...

GRP Biathletes Compete in Quebec, Canada

Three of the GRP biathletes ventured north to Val Cartier in Quebec to compete in NorAm #4 as a tune-up race for the North American Championships in Jericho this weekend. Clare Egan, Mike Gibson ...

Antholz Biathlon World Cup Day Two and (Almost!) Three

Starting in fourth position in the pursuit race in Antholz must have been an intimidating prospect for Susan Dunklee, after her career best finish in the sprint race two days prior. But Susan ...

Come Erg with us twice weekly!

Happy to say that the erg clinic from the other week was such a hit that we've added two erg classes weekly. Classes will be led by GRP rowers and feature a bit of instruction and drills, followed ...

Sargent breaks through in distance race in Szklarska

Ida Sargent may be known for her sprinting abilities, but that didn’t prevent her from throwing down a top ten in a 10k classic race this weekend in Poland, demonstrating that she has the ...

Juniors & GRP at Eastern Cup

With a growing number of up-and-coming Craftsbury juniors joining the Green Racing Project on the Eastern Cup circuit, the bright green race suits are increasingly ubiquitous. Six girls and ten boys ...

Career Best for Susan at Antholz

Watch out Sochi, GRP biathlete Susan Dunklee appears to be hitting her peak, and just at the right time with a 4th place finish in a World Cup sprint in Antholz, Italy. This is a career best finish ...

Sargent sprints it out in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic

It was another double sprint weekend World Cup in Nove Mesto in the Czech Republic and the US team contested an individual freestyle sprint on Saturday and a classic team sprint Sunday. With no snow ...

Dunklee continues consistent run at Rupholding World Cups

GRP biathlete Susan Dunklee is already pre-qualified for the upcoming Olympics in Sochi, Russia, which means that every World Cup up until the games begin is a sort of practice run for the ...

Two GRP Biathletes named to Sochi Olympic Team

Following a week of strong showings on the IBU Cup circuit Hannah Dreissigacker was named to the 2014 US Biathlon Olympic Team, joining GRP teammate Susan Dunklee (pre-qualified on the basis of ...

2nd Edition of GRP Skiers at US Nationals- Report from Day

We’re back with the second installment of our report from the GRP skiers at US Cross Country Championships. The second part of the championships had some weather challenges, some hard-fought ...

GRP Skiers at US Nationals Race Report- Day One and Two

There were a lot of races during the last week at US Cross Country Championships in Soldier Hollow, UT, so we’ll bring you the race report in two installments. First up, the 10k/15k individual ...

SuperTour Info Live

The keen eyed among you no doubt have noticed, but for everyone else, we've posted race info for the upcoming Craftsbury SuperTour/Dartmouth Winter Carnival - AND registration on Skireg is now live. ...

Erg Class & Virtual Team Challenge

Clinic - Come join in on an erg class led by Laura Larsen-Strecker, one of the GRP rowers. Learn how to maximize your fitness and strength training on the Concept2 rowing ergometer in this free ...

Biathletes Dreissigacker and Dunklee back in Europe after

After a short break directly after the World Cups in Annecy, both Susan Dunklee and Hannah Dreissigacker are back in Europe competing in the last few World Cup and IBU Cups before the Olympics. ...

GRP Biathletes Compete at IBU Cup Trials in Mt. Itasca

It has been a few weeks since the GRP biathletes returned from their December trials races in Mt. Itasca, MN, but in light of some great performances from the crew, we decided that they needed some ...

GRP Skiers Prepped for US Senior Nationals in Soldier

Eight of the GRP skiers are in Midway, UT getting ready to race at US Senior Nationals starting tomorrow, January 4th. Not only are national championships on the line, but the races will be used to ...

|  December 2013  |

Sargent breaks through with 10th in Asiago, Italy

A double classic sprint weekend? Sounds like a dream come true for Ida Sargent, a classic sprint specialist (who also holds her own in distance and skate sprints!). But this past World Cup weekend ...

Dunklee and Dreissigacker at IBU World Cup 3 in Annecy- Le

Last weekend, when the US Women’s Biathlon team finished 8th in the 4x6k relay in Hochfilzen, Austria, it was a historic result. Fast forward to the past weekend in Annecy- Le Grand, France ...

Sargent continues World Cup run in Davos, Switzerland

Usually it is the men’s sprint field that is only separated by a few seconds in qualifying, meaning that it only takes one slip or mistake to miss out on the top 30 and a qualifying spot in ...

GRP Biathletes at IBU World Cups in Sweden and Austria

Both Hannah Dreissigacker and Susan Dunklee have been over in Europe representing the Green Racing Project for the last couple of weeks on the IBU World Cup. We’re a bit behind in our ...

Sargent at World Cup in Lillehammer, Norway

GRP skier Ida Sargent was back in action for the second weekend of World Cup racing in Lillehammer, Norway, site of the 1994 Winter Olympics. For many World Cup skiers, it was their first time ...

GRP at USSA SuperTour in Bozeman, Montana

Caitlin Patterson once again led the GRP skiers at the second SuperTour series just up the road in Bozeman, MT. The most striking aspect of the race weekend was the cold; temperatures never climbed ...

GRP Ski Bozeman SuperTour Preview

We didn’t get around to posting a SuperTour preview for the Bozeman races, but since today’s classic sprint was cancelled due to temperatures below the legal FIS limit, we figured there ...

GRP at the first World Cup in Kuusamo, Finland

Ida Sargent kicked off the first World Cup weekend in Kuusamo with some solid finishes and an indication of a lot more to come as the season progresses. Friday’s race was a classic sprint, one ...

Patterson's 2nd Place Highlights GRP Weekend in West

Sunday’s skate distance race was a battle of the Caitlins, with GRP skier Caitlin Patterson and Team Gregg’s Caitlin Gregg duking it out for 1st and 2nd in the 10k individual start. ...

|  November 2013  |

Opener Course & Start Info

Course:Here is the Course Map for tomorrow's Craftsbury Opener. Start and finish are in the lower field. From the start, racers head up the gradual "Coaching Hill", straight across the upper field ...

GRP Skiers West Yellowstone SuperTour Preview

The first SuperTour races of the 2013-2014 cross country skiing season kick off this Friday and Saturday in West Yellowstone, MT. The Green Racing Project has a strong contingent of skiers in West ...

GRP in Beitostolen, Norway

GRP/USST athlete Ida Sargent had a successful weekend at the FIS Opener in Beitostølen, Norway. The race weekend was a chance for the US skiers to shake out the cobwebs and go hard before the ...

Craftsbury Opener this Sunday!

Ready to get on snow? Registration for the 2013 Craftsbury Opener ski race is available now online at SkiReg.This year's Opener will take place on Sunday, December 1st, as we wrap up our ...

Try Biathlon this Saturday!

 The Outdoor Center boasts the earliest on-snow biathlon training in New England. Our new and improved mini-range is comprised of four standard biathlon targets and is situated right ...

'13 Fall East Coast Speed Order

As the GRP ski team took to snow for the first time this season, the GRP rowers travelled down to Princeton, New Jersey to compete in the USRowing Fall Speed Order for their last rowing race of ...

Tomorrow - NNF Drive for 25 Slideshow at Craftsbury

UPDATE:  We hope that you'll join us tonight, however we mis-understood Ida's schedule, and she won't be part of tonight's event. (She's gearing up for being in Europe for the next 5 months, I ...

Fall Speed Order coming up this weekend

As the fall draws to a close and the Outdoor Center prepares for the coming ski season, the GRP rowers gear up for one last race in 2013. This weekend is the USRowing Fall Speed Order in Princeton ...