Monthly Archives: July 2012

Masters on the Move

  Spectacular July sun and breezes meant Wednesday’s Endurathon Day was a success with runners smiling all day long. Thursday’s drizzle meant it was time to give our permanent orienteering course a go with teams dashing about trying to nail … Continue reading

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Holy Crap! That is SICK!

In general, I keep the personal out of my blog posts, communications and other work here at the Outdoor Center, but this is just way too cool to hide my excitement. The GRP and Jeremy have been hard at work … Continue reading

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Eggs in a Nest: Bernd Heinrich talks Birds at Craftsbury

Noted naturalist, biologist and author, Dr. Bernd Heinrich spoke to a crowd Monday night in the Dining Hall on a dark and stormy night. Amid flashes of lightning and with nearby trees crashing down in the violent winds, Dr. Heinrich … Continue reading

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Washburns in Rowing News

Opened the August issue of Rowing News and there was someone I had seen moments before in the Center’s dining hall:  Taylor Washburn. Check out Andy Anderson’s article in the August ’12 issue titled:  “All in the Family:  The Washburns, … Continue reading

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Reflecting on U23 Worlds – now illustrated

I’m back to Vermont and settled into the Craftsbury rhythm again! After a week of reflection since I’ve returned from racing at U23 Worlds, I’ve been able to process the incredible experience I had and to identify some important lessons … Continue reading

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Marathon Week 2012

  Take 13 runners, put them through their running paces for a solid week and be sure to add in laughter, stories and bonding over relays and rifles. What do you get? A top notch and memorable marathon week.  Eimar … Continue reading

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GRP media: Amy Glen in UVM’s Vermont Quarterly

A friend passed along UVM’s VT Quarterly – the Alumni Magazine – and lo and behold:  there was a familiar face. The Green Racing Project’s Amy Glen in technicolor, frozen mid-lunge in what has to be one of the closest … Continue reading

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Breiland and Brodhead in VTSports

Some familiar faces in the July issue of Vermont Sports – sculling coach Erik Breiland and Ski Director John Brodhead. Erik is the Reader-athlete of the Month, and John is interviewed to recap the Mad Triathlon.

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Fast, Fun and Young: High School XC Camp

Craftsbury’s first-ever high school cross country camp is in the books. For five days, 11 motivated teens from six states logged their miles on grass, dirt roads and trails. With the Morrisville track unavailable due to repairs, we went old … Continue reading

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Hello from Lithuania!

Lisa and I arrived here after a long journey from Burlington to Newark to Copenhagen to Vilnius, and spent our first night in Lithuania wandering around the capital city to make ourselves stay awake. We happened to arrive on a … Continue reading

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