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Ethan Dreissigacker finished 4th in the first sprint at IBU Cup trials.

Four GRP biathletes race IBU trials

Four GRP biathletes competed at IBU Cup trials this past week in Coleraine, MN-- the most in program history. Biathlon rookie Elizabeth Guiney joined veterans Clare Egan, Mike Gibson and Ethan Dreissigacker at the event, which consisted of four races in five days. It was also the first trip for Craftsbury's new biathlon coach, Miroslav Segrt

The top biathletes from IBU Cup trials are selected to travel to Europe in January and February to compete on the IBU Cup, which is one tier below the World Cup. This year's overall men's and women's winners, Sean Doherty and Maddie Phaneuf (both members of the US Biathlon X-Team) earned starting rights, and additional qualifiers may be announced later this ...

|  December 2014  |

Dunklee leads USA women in Hochfilzen

 The GRP's Susan Dunklee once again led the US women's biathlon team at World Cup 2 last weekend in Hochfilzen, Austria. In Friday's 7.5k sprint, Dunklee finished 29th with one miss in each ...

Sargent bounces back in third World Cup in Davos

GRP skier Ida Sargent was back at it this weekend in the third World Cup of the season in Davos, Switzerland. Coming off her career best 5th place finish in the classic sprint in Kuusamo, Finland ...

GRP Skiers Take on SuperTour and World Cup Races

With the first set of races already under their belts, the GRP skiers in the US and abroad had their second consecutive weekend of racing on December 5th, 6th, and 7th. Ida Sargent represented the ...

GRP Biathletes at World Cup and NorAm Cup

GRP biathletes kicked off their seasons last week with Susan Dunklee and Hannah Dreissigacker representing Craftbsury and Team USA at the World Cup in Östersund, Sweden, and Clare Egan, Michael ...

Successful Opening World Cup Weekend for GRP Skiers and

The first races of a new season always bring a certain amount of nerves and uncertainty. They are a chance to prove that summer and fall training has paid off, and that the body and mind are ready ...

GRP Skiers Race at SuperTour Opener, West Yellowstone

This past weekend marked the beginning of the 2014-15 race season for the GRP skiers who traveled to West Yellowstone, Montana for the USSA SuperTour Opener.  Racing action began on Friday with ...

|  November 2014  |

GRP Finishes Strong at USRowing East Coast Fall Speed Order

While the Craftsbury Outdoor Center is buzzing with preparations for the upcoming winter season, the GRP rowers had one last race this weekend in Princeton, New Jersey. The USRowing East Coast Fall ...

|  October 2014  |

GRP Biathletes Complete Second Set of Jericho Trials

Biathletes in the US face a unique set of challenges in qualifying for World Cup competition. Unlike in cross country skiing where the SuperTour leader gains an automatic World Cup start spot, in ...

GRP Announces '14-'15 Sponsors

The Green Racing Project is pleased to offer an update on our sponsor relationships for the 2014-2015 season! These companies’ generosity ensures that GRP athletes have the resources they need ...

GRP Reels in Top Finishes at Head of the Fish Regatta

Many of the fall rowing races are known for offering unique prizes to attract racers to compete. The GRP has sampled several of these this year: from the maple syrup and apple cider of the Green ...

Sunday Medals for GRP at 50th Head of the Charles Regatta

There's long been a point of contention in the rowing world about who would win in a matchup between the best scullers in the world and the best sweep rowers. This weekend the Head of the Charles ...

Saturday Recap from Head of the Charles

The first day of the 50th anniversary of the Head of the Charles is in the books, here's a report of the Craftsbury representation:Dick and Peter Driessigacker were first to race along with ...

Bliz Eyewear Signs on as GRP Rowing Sponsor

The Green Racing Project is happy to announce a new eyewear sponsor for the rowing team's 2014-2015 season. Bliz eyewear has a history of sponsoring top-level athletes and has an ...

Preview of Upcoming Head of the Charles Regatta

This weekend the GRP rowers will head down to Boston to compete in the 50th Head of the Charles, along with around 11,000 other athletes and over 400,000 spectators. Undoubtedly one of the largest ...

Oktoberfest Weekend Schedule

Oktoberfest Weekend at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center is upon us! We hope you'll join us for a celebration of fall replete with community, food, and racing action. For a schedule of events with ...

GRP strikes Vermont gold at Green Mountain Head Regatta

The rowers kicked off the fall head racing season this past weekend at the Green Mountain Head Regatta in Putney, Vermont. The race is put on by the Putney Rowing Club and officiated by Graeme King ...

|  September 2014  |

2014 Climb to the Castle Race Report

For the first time in several years, the GRP skiers didn’t have a large contingent racing Climb to the Castle. Climb to the Castle, or C2C as it’s affectionately known, is an annual ...

|  August 2014  |

Finals Racing in Amsterdam

Finals racing has been furious in Amsterdam, with world records being broken in many different event classes, some of which have stood for almost two decades. The lightweight quad was the first to ...

Finals Set at World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam

It was a day of close racing for the Craftsbury boats representing the United States at the World Championships today in Amsterdam, with both the lightweight double and heavyweight quad ...

Repechages and Quarterfinals at 2014 World Rowing

After yesterday's delay of racing due to conditions deemed unfair by the course officials, the men's heavyweight quad was back in action in the repechage, with two crews to advance to the A/B ...

Weather Delays Racing in Amsterdam

Tuesday's racing at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam brought a stiff headwind that would eventually force the afternoon's races to be postponed at the decision of the fairness ...

GRP Athletes and Craftsbury Junior Skiers Race to the Top

2700’ of vertical climbing over a mere 4.3 miles. No matter how you slice it, it makes for a tough day. That’s exactly what racers faced in the 4th Annual Race to the Top of Vermont, a ...

Men's lightweight quad makes World Championship Debut

The second day of racing on Monday at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam marked the debut of the US lightweight men's quad in international racing, with Kyle Lafferty representing the ...

Racing Kicks off at 2014 World Rowing Championships

Racing has begun in Amsterdam at the 2014 World Rowing Championships, with two boats representing the US and Craftsbury coming to the line in the heats. Craftsbury is representing the US with Josh ...

GRP Biathletes Compete at USBA Rollerski Trials

This past weekend marked the first races of US Biathlon rollerski trials in Jericho, VT. The two races, a sprint and a mass start competition, were the first of a four race series which will ...

Racing wraps at Canadian Henley

And there we have it, after six days of intense racing the Green Racing Project leaves the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta with gold medals in four events: the Senior Women's eight, four, quad and ...

Saturday Finals at Royal Canadian Henley

The racing keeps on heating up in St. Catherine's, starting with the "dash" races of 500m at 8 AM and going strong until the last final at 6:22 PM. Craftsbury had four women qualify for the ...

Finals keep on rolling at Canadian Henley

Friday's racing brought more finals and the heats for the weekend's racing at the Canadian Henley regatta. While the forecasted conditions have been nearly identical every day this week, the actual ...

First day of finals and first medals for GRP at Canadian

Thursday was a packed day of racing at St. Catherines, Ontario for the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta. The first day of finals lined up with heats and semifinals for other events, meaning that the ...

Day Two in St. Catherines for GRP/SBTC at Canadian Henley

After the storms of yesterday's racing, Wednesday opened up with plenty of sunshine and good racing all around in Canada for the Craftsbury contingent. The first event on the agenda for the team was ...

First Day of Racing at Royal Canadian Henley Regatta for

The first day of the 132nd Royal Canadian Henley Regatta is on the books here in St. Catherines, and the Green Racing Project and Small Boat Training Center athletes from Craftsbury aced it, sending ...

|  July 2014  |

Craftsbury SuperTour Twitter

Lots of summer left, but we've already begun planning for this winter's Craftsbury SuperTours - follow our SuperTour twitter feed as another way to stay up to date on the schedule and events.

U23 Double Wraps Up at World Championships

Racing finished today at the U23 World Championships in Varese, Italy. The men's double of Erik Frid and Walter Banfield, coached by Steve Dani finished second in the C final for 14th place out of ...

U23 Double to Race in Final on Saturday

Erik Frid and Walter Banfield were back in action today at the U23 World Championships in Varese, Italy as they raced in the repechage for a chance to compete in the A/B semifinal. The team again ...

U23 Double Makes International Debut in Italy

The SBTC and US U23 double of Erik Frid and Walter Banfield began their campaign at the 2014 Under-23 World Championships in Varese, Italy in the heats today. The duo drew Spain, Russia, Latvia and ...

Black River Beatdown 15k Results

Congrats to all survivors of this year's Beatdown! We had 5 bikers and 31 runners make their way bravely around the 15k course on this cool July morning, with our overall titles going to Zach Russo ...

Black River Beatdown: 15k of Fun

Have you ever said to yourself, “Hm, those Tuesday Night 5Ks are fun, but I really want a challenge?” Then this Saturday’s Black River Beatdown is the race for you. Some race ...

Bronze Medal for USA and GRP at World Cup III in Lucerne

The GRP made history this weekend, with the men’s heavyweight quad taking home bronze medals from the third World Cup in Lucerne, Switzerland. Ben Dann, John Graves, Steve Whelpley and Peter ...

GRP Quad Makes International Debut at Henley Royal Regatta

The newly-named US heavyweight men’s quad from Craftsbury made its international debut this weekend at the Henley Royal Regatta in England. With the third World Cup in Lucerne set to start ...

GRP Strikes Gold at Holland Beker in Amsterdam

Fresh off their qualification for the World Championships later this year, Josh Konieczny and Austin Meyer travelled with the rest of Team USA from the second World Cup in France to the Holland ...

|  June 2014  |

Fourth of July Picnic at Craftsbury

Craftsbury neighbors, members, guests and program participants are welcome to join us in a celebration Saturday, July 5 starting at 6:00pm with a BBQ, and continuing into the evening at 7:00pm ...

GRPRow at Nationals

The Craftsbury Green Racing Project came home this weekend from a busy and successful week of racing in Princeton, New Jersey. The group has five new members of the senior national team, a double on ...

4 Boats to Worlds! U23/Sr World Trials Results

Racing has wrapped up for the U23 and Senior World Championships Trials in Princeton New Jersey, and three Craftsbury boats have earned their spot for the World Championships this year, joining Josh ...