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Come see us at the Head of the Charles this weekend!

Craftsbury’s sculling contingent is heading down to Boston this weekend for the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta. The Head of the Charles is the largest two-day rowing regatta in the world, with 11,000 racers and 225,000 spectators anticipated. We will have a Craftsbury tent stationed along the riverfront a bit downstream of the finish line from Friday, October 19th through Sunday, October 21st. Come stop by the tent to say hi, grab one of our famous chocolate chip cookies, and fill out a raffle card for a chance to win a free week of camp! 

We look forward to catching up with everyone who stops by, enjoying the racing, and cheering on the countless Craftsbury-affiliated crews that will be competing this weekend.

Racers will take on the three-mile course one at a time, starting at ...

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Come see us at the Head of the Charles this weekend!

Craftsbury’s sculling contingent is heading down to Boston this weekend for the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta. The Head of the Charles is the largest two-day rowing regatta in the world, with 11,000 racers and ... go arrow

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CCDP wins final '18 VTYCL race

The Craftsbury Cycling Development Program (CCDP) wrapped up their Vermont Youth Cycling League (VTYCL) season last Sunday. They raced under sunny skies on their home course at the Outdoor Center. This crew had a strong performance, with seasoned veterans and MTB racing newbies all joining together to top the team ranking!  

Beginning with the varsity boys, Finn Sweet led the way, winning his 2nd race of the season. Jack Young was 4th, followed closely by Makail Tipton in 5th. Jack and Makail received a shout out from coach Ollie Burruss, as they “went back and forth all season and really made jumps as riders and racers.” In the JV boys’ race, Greyson Davis unfortunately suffered a flat tire and was unable to finish. In the 9th-10th grade girls’ race, Maya Remick, in her first ...

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CCDP wins final '18 VTYCL race

The Craftsbury Cycling Development Program (CCDP) wrapped up their Vermont Youth Cycling League (VTYCL) season last Sunday. They raced under sunny skies on their home course at the Outdoor Center. This crew had a ... go arrow

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GRP and CNSC Race Fall Rollerski Classic at Jericho, VT

A large group of Green Racing Project and Craftsbury Nordic Ski Club skiers competed this weekend in the Fall Rollerski Classic in Jericho, VT. The race, a 10k classic interval start, was part of NENSA's summer and fall rollerski series, which has just one more race remaining in the season.

Green Racing Project

The GRP had five athletes in the race, three women and two men. The women had the strongest results, with Caitlin Patterson and Ida Sargent going 1-2 overall. Corey Stock placed 8th overall, 3rd in the senior women's category. On the men's side, Adam Martin took 2nd overall to UVM's Bill Harmeyer. Akeo Maifield-Carucci placed 5th in the senior men's category.

Craftsbury Nordic Ski Club

A large contingent of juniors from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center also raced. In the U18 girl's ...

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GRP and CNSC Race Fall Rollerski Classic at Jericho, VT

A large group of Green Racing Project and Craftsbury Nordic Ski Club skiers competed this weekend in the Fall Rollerski Classic in Jericho, VT. The race, a 10k classic interval start, was part of NENSA's summer and ... go arrow

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Join our team: Ski Staff

The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is seeking an experienced instructor/shop employee to work in the Nordic Center for the 2018-2019 winter season. The position, which starts in mid-November and runs through the end of March, is scheduled for 30-40 hours per week and requires availability on weekends. 

Qualified candidates must:
 - have teaching experience in both skate and classic techniques
 - be capable of successfully instructing intermediate to advanced Nordic skiers
 - work well as a team member in a fast-paced shop that caters to diverse needs
 - be highly familiar with current Nordic equipment and its maintenance
 - have great customer service skills
 - have excellent communication skills
 - be able to maintain good cheer in all weather conditions
 
The ideal candidate will also: ...

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2018 10 10 TCstaffAd TBT

Join our team: Ski Staff

The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is seeking an experienced instructor/shop employee to work in the Nordic Center for the 2018-2019 winter season. The position, which starts in mid-November and runs through the end of ... go arrow

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Final Autumn Evening Race Results

That's a wrap on our Autumn Evening Race series! Thanks to everyone who came out the past six weeks. For tonight's final hustle through the woods, runners took to the yellow course and bikers rode the white course. Nils Koons took the win in the 5k run in 21:23. In the bike race, Patrick Favreau won the 5k in 24:22 and Matt Moody won the 10k 48:41. Most importantly, all enjoyed homemade donuts and cookies at the finish!

You can find full results here. We're glad we could extend the season, see you next year!

 

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Final Autumn Evening Race Results

That's a wrap on our Autumn Evening Race series! Thanks to everyone who came out the past six weeks. For tonight's final hustle through the woods, runners took to the yellow course and bikers rode the white course. ... go arrow

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Results: FOGH paddling

The Friends of Great Hosmer hosted a low-key paddling event during our Fall Fest this weekend, 5.5k - the length of Great Hosmer.

K-1

Jim Fredericks

Underhill, VT

31:20

K-1

Joann Hanowski

Undervill, VT

31:21

K-1

Dan Roock

Craftsbury, VT

42:35

C-2

Laurie Gullion

Heidi Krantz

Craftsbury, VT

44:56

C-1

Keith Goldner

Kaittnning PA

58:20

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Results: FOGH paddling

The Friends of Great Hosmer hosted a low-key paddling event during our Fall Fest this weekend, 5.5k - the length of Great Hosmer. K-1 Jim Fredericks Underhill, VT 31:20 K-1 Joann Hanowski Undervill, ... go arrow

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Results: FF18 Orienteering

New for 2018:  an orienteering race for Fall Fest! Experienced competitor Kestrel Owens took the win for the men in the 1 hour division, and Becky Abeyta winning the women's side. The two hour division had a seven way tie for first! Dig into all the data here.

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Results: FF18 Orienteering

New for 2018:  an orienteering race for Fall Fest! Experienced competitor Kestrel Owens took the win for the men in the 1 hour division, and Becky Abeyta winning the women's side. The two hour division had a seven ... go arrow

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Results: VTYCL #1 & #2

We're two weeks into the three week Vermont Youth Cycling League (VTYCL) Season - a new league designed to promote mountain biking for grades 5-12. Craftsbury is psyched to be part of the league, running the Craftsbury Cycling Development Program - the team that is currently leading the league standings! Let's catch up on the action.

Week 1:  Mt Ascutney, September 29
The Sport Trails of the Ascutney Basin, or STAB, played host for week one of the 2018 season, and Craftsbury riders were there to kick the season off right!

Finn Sweet led a Craftsbury sweep of the Varsity Boys race, topping teammate Jack Young and Makail Tipton to top the podium. Amelia Circosta rode away for the win for the 7-8 grade girls, with her brother Leo earning second place behind Parker Welch on the boys' side. ...

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Results: VTYCL #1 & #2

We're two weeks into the three week Vermont Youth Cycling League (VTYCL) Season - a new league designed to promote mountain biking for grades 5-12. Craftsbury is psyched to be part of the league, running the ... go arrow

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