Monthly Archives: April 2019

Snow Storage 2020: Scaling Up

UVM Geology professor – and Craftsbury member – Paul Bierman has been working with students and the Center to bring snow storage to Craftsbury, similar to what’s done in Canmore, AB and other Nordic ski venues. UVM grad student Hannah … Continue reading

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A case for multi-sport training

For many reasons – ease, efficiency, enjoyment – we runners are  inclined to run and only run, opting against the myriad of other exercise programs. No other activity quite compares to the feeling of hitting a rhythmic stride mid-run or … Continue reading

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Spring-ing back to running!

Spring has officially sprung! Though we still have impressively high snow banks and miles of beautifully groomed ski trail here in the Northeast Kingdom, the Gregorian calendar has spoken: spring is here. And as the sun shines brighter, the days … Continue reading

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Craftsbury Running Coach Spotlight

Each month, we’ll be featuring a short interview with one of our summer running coaches. First up, Sam Davis, a USATF Certified Level 2 Endurance Coach, as well as an RRCA Coach. What made you decide to coach runners? About … Continue reading

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