Monthly Archives: August 2013

Craftsbury In the News: A Running Coach’s Own Words

Pete Larson, an anatomy and exercise physiology professor who recently left his college position in order to pursue a running-based work life, was new to the running camps this summer. He more than earned his keep each week by lecturing … Continue reading

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JR/BKL bikers at 12h of Millstone

This summer we’ve worked hard to include more biking opportunities for the junior ski kids, and it’s been a BLAST! At the end of July, some of the participants and families competed in Barre, at the 12 hours of Millstone, … Continue reading

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’13 World Rowing Champs Gallery

Got some pics from Dan and the GRP Rowers in South Korea to share. Check them out, and be sure to head over to the GRP blog as well for more details as the crews prep for racing starting this … Continue reading

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A day (or so) in Craftsbury

We sometimes work at projects to try and capture the breadth of activity in and around Craftsbury on a daily basis. There’s always lots going on, and it’s a real trick to try and catalog it. Well, here’s one cool … Continue reading

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Some Jericho Pics

Lots of good coverage out there of the weekend, including shots passed along from the GRP’s Liz Guiney.

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Reflections on U23 Worlds

After about a week of relaxing, visiting friends and family, and readjusting to life back home, it’s time to reflect on U23 Worlds! What an incredible ten days in Austria. I think I spent an entire week with my heart … Continue reading

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The last running camp of the summer finished with a rollicking Head of the Hosmer party and a roaring bonfire. Seven runner/scullers polished their sculling skills, flew through their track session and attacked hills with vigor. With two sculling sessions, … Continue reading

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All Comers Scenes

    Another All Comers week has wrapped and we couldn’t have had a more synergistic week. Newcomer Willie with his Staten Island accent, sharp eye and rollicking sense of humor kept us laughing. Ed enjoyed his 19th year at … Continue reading

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Recipe of the Month: French Potato Salad

Here’s a great summer recipe that can be a refreshing addition to a picnic lunch or dinner outside.  Yield – 10 servings. 1/2 pound green beans 4 pounds potatoes, red 2T dry white wine 2T veggie stock 3 1/2T champagne … Continue reading

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Running Coaches Uncut and Uncensored.

Running camps are a whole lot of fun and our coaches are in on it all day long. These outtakes from masters week are a shining example – we love what we do here and every day the coaches find … Continue reading

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