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Category Archives: Skiing
A collection of photos of our CNSC juniors from the UVM Carnival/Stowe Eastern Cup on February 10-11, which ended up being moved to Craftsbury. Click on any image to enlarge. All photos thanks to photographer Dave Priganc!
First round of pics from photographer Kris Dobie from Saturday, January 27th’s 37th annual Marathon!
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!
We were thrilled to have almost 50 racers toeing the line for our second Tuesday Night Race of the season, a 5k classic individual start on Kirby’s Challenge course. Between former GRP skiers, juniors, Sterling College skiers, Craftsbury masters, and … Continue reading
With ever shorter and warmer winters, a few cross country areas have looked into snow saving as a way to extend the season, or ideally start it much earlier. The idea is that during the winter, a ski area will … Continue reading
This is a repost of a blog that we published last year, that explores the concept of carbo-loading. However, with the Marathon coming up, it is certainly still a pertinent topic, and we hope racers find it useful in their … Continue reading
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
The Craftsbury Nordic juniors had an awesome weekend at the Eastern Cup in Fort Kent this past weekend. In temperatures barely above the legal limit (it has to be warmer than -4f per FIS rules), they threw down some very … Continue reading
From GRP/USBA Biathlete and Fischer athlete Susan Dunklee This workout is great for improving core stability, core strength, arm strength, and balance. These drills are a staple of the US Biathlon Team’s strength training program. However, ski specific strength applies … Continue reading