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|  April 2019  |
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Fitness Survey

The Outdoor Center would like to offer more fitness opportunities to community members as part of our mission of encouraging participation in lifelong sports and recreation. We want to know what interests you, what serves your fitness needs, and when the best days and times would be for these offerings. We've created a brief survey to help us better understand the community's needs. Find it here, or complete it below. Thanks for your time!

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Fitness Survey

The Outdoor Center would like to offer more fitness opportunities to community members as part of our mission of encouraging participation in lifelong sports and recreation. We want to know what interests you, what ... go arrow

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Green Racing Project at SuperTour Finals

The Green Racing Project skiers finished up their 2018-2019 season in Presque Isle, Maine, with a four race series at SuperTour Finals. Always the last races of the season, SuperTour Finals are one of the few times when American World Cup skiers return to the US to compete with the domestic field. This year, the races also were the final hurrah for GRP skier Ida Sargent, who announced her retirement from the sport a few weeks ago.

March 29- Freestyle Sprint

Races kicked off with a freestyle sprint. All six GRP athletes qualified: Ida Sargent led the women in 3rd, Caitlin Patterson took 9th, Kaitlynn Miller was 13th, and Liz Guiney took 18th. On the men's side, Ben Lustgarten qualified in 16th and Akeo Maifeld-Carucci took 22nd. Sargent skied well all the way through the heats, ...

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Green Racing Project at SuperTour Finals

The Green Racing Project skiers finished up their 2018-2019 season in Presque Isle, Maine, with a four race series at SuperTour Finals. Always the last races of the season, SuperTour Finals are one of the few times ... go arrow

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GRP and Craftsbury Junior Biathletes Podium at Nationals in Jericho

This past weekend the full GRP biathlon crew as well as some Craftsbury junior biathletes competed at US Biathlon Nationals in Jericho, Vermont. 

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The three-day Championship event kicked off with a sprint. The GRP women cleaned the senior race with Susan Dunklee on the top step of the podium followed by Clare Egan in second, only 0.3 seconds back, and Kelsey Dickinson in third. Kelsey and Clare only had one miss each. Hallie Grossman was the next GRP finisher in 5th with two misses and Emily Dreissigacker placed 6th with three misses. While the women left big shoes to fill, the GRP men were up for the challenge with Jake Brown taking the win with two misses. Alex Howe also had a strong race finishing 5th with 3 misses. Raleigh Goessling finished 8th also with three misses and ...

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GRP and Craftsbury Junior Biathletes Podium at Nationals in Jericho

This past weekend the full GRP biathlon crew as well as some Craftsbury junior biathletes competed at US Biathlon Nationals in Jericho, Vermont. Sprint:The three-day Championship event kicked off with a sprint. The ... go arrow

|  March 2019  |
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Sargent Retires from World Cup Racing in Quebec City

It was an emotional and bittersweet weekend in Quebec City as Green Racing Project and US Ski and Snowboard athlete Ida Sargent skied the final World Cup races of her career. She has been racing full-time for the past 9 years, and represented the US in two Olympics (in 2014 and 2018). At the tail end of a long and successful career, she is hanging up the boards this year, but not without leaving a lasting impression on the Craftsbury community and the next generation of nordic athletes. Because the World Cup season ended close to home in North America, Sargent was able to ski her last races in front of her family, longtime GRP coach Pepa Miloucheva, teammates, friends, and supporters. In addition, her GRP teammates Kaitlynn Miller and Caitlin Patterson raced with the US team in Quebec ...

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Sargent Retires from World Cup Racing in Quebec City

It was an emotional and bittersweet weekend in Quebec City as Green Racing Project and US Ski and Snowboard athlete Ida Sargent skied the final World Cup races of her career. She has been racing full-time for the ... go arrow

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Girls with Guns Biathlon Clinic

On Saturday March 30, the women of the U.S. Biathlon Team will be hosting the perennial favorite Girls with Guns biathlon clinic. The event will feature World Championship silver medalist Susan Dunklee, newly minted World Cup bronze medalist Clare Egan (both Green Racing Project athletes) as well as several other 2018 Olympians. Activities will include rifle safety, learning how to shoot a biathlon rifle, skiing, and hanging out with national team biathletes. Come prepared to ski and be outside rain or shine. This free clinic will be from 3:00-5:00pm, with day-of-registration beginning at 2:30pm. Girls aged 10-18, of all abilities, are encouraged to attend - whether you know how to ski and shoot or not! This year, the event will be held at the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, ...

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Girls with Guns Biathlon Clinic

On Saturday March 30, the women of the U.S. Biathlon Team will be hosting the perennial favorite Girls with Guns biathlon clinic. The event will feature World Championship silver medalist Susan Dunklee, newly minted ... go arrow

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Clare Egan on World Cup Podium at Holmenkollen

This past weekend the IBU World Cup season wrapped up at the Holmenkollen stadium in Oslo, Norway. Three GRP biathletes toed the line and came away with strong results highlighted by Clare Egan’s first ever podium finish in the mass start.

The weekend got underway with a sprint event in which Clare finished 12th with just one standing miss. Susan Dunklee placed 30th with two misses, one in each stage. For the men, Jake Brown placed a solid 47th with three misses.

 

 All three GRP biathletes qualified for the pursuit. Clare moved up to 9th place with three misses. She cleaned both middles stages. Susan moved up considerably placing 18th also with three misses. She cleaned her first two stages. In the men's race, Jake finished 48th with four misses.                     

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Clare Egan on World Cup Podium at Holmenkollen

This past weekend the IBU World Cup season wrapped up at the Holmenkollen stadium in Oslo, Norway. Three GRP biathletes toed the line and came away with strong results highlighted by Clare Egan’s first ever podium ... go arrow

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Nordic Notes: March 23-24 Weekend

What's the scoop on Craftsbury this weekend?

No racing this weekend
Get your tour on!

Shuttles
Shuttles to Greensboro Trails Sunday. Find the full scoop on shuttles here.

Lodging 30% off!
We're enjoying another winter storm this weekend - what better way to celebrate winter than to join us this weekend - at 30% off!? All lodging, 30% off, includes all your meals and all your skiing per usual. Call the front office to reserve now! 802-586-7767

See you this weekend!

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Nordic Notes: March 23-24 Weekend

What's the scoop on Craftsbury this weekend?No racing this weekendGet your tour on!ShuttlesShuttles to Greensboro Trails Sunday. Find the full scoop on shuttles here.Lodging 30% off!We're enjoying another winter ... go arrow

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March 23-24 Greensboro Shuttles

We're running the shuttle Sunday to the Greensboro Trails this weekend. $5/head to cover the cost of bus use, pay at the Activity Center prior to boarding (Bus departs 9:30am). Find full shuttle info here.

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March 23-24 Greensboro Shuttles

We're running the shuttle Sunday to the Greensboro Trails this weekend. $5/head to cover the cost of bus use, pay at the Activity Center prior to boarding (Bus departs 9:30am). Find full shuttle info here. go arrow