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|  June 2019  |
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Craftsbury Beer Run 2019 Results

60 intrepid runners set out this morning under cloudy skies and cool temps to tackle the 2019 Craftsbury Beer Run. A point to point half marathon from the Outdoor Center to Hill Farmstead Brewery, the course covered trail, dirt road, and class IV roads, with some impressively grueling climbs and challenging terrain. What a way to spend the first morning of June here in the NEK!

Frederick Rountree of Barre, VT ran to the overall win - and King of the Hill glory - in a time of 1:30:51. Fellow Vermonters Paul Chambers of Newport and Jake Lester of Craftsbury rounded out the top three in times of 1:38:14 and 1:40:32, respectively. Hallie Grossman of Craftsbury Common, VT captured the Queen of the Hill crown and fourth overall in a time of 1:44:03. Lori Preston of Richmond, VT ran to second ...

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Craftsbury Beer Run 2019 Results

60 intrepid runners set out this morning under cloudy skies and cool temps to tackle the 2019 Craftsbury Beer Run. A point to point half marathon from the Outdoor Center to Hill Farmstead Brewery, the course covered ... go arrow

|  May 2019  |
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Craftsbury Contingent at Vermont City Marathon

Last weekend, a Craftsbury contingent made its way to the big city of Burlington for the Vermont City Marathon. The Vermont City Marathon is an annual event which draws more than even thousand people from across the world to the streets of Burlington and surrounding towns. It is unique because there is a full marathon, as well as a 2-person and 3-5 person relay options, making this a popular event for all ages and running abilities!

Craftsbury Running Director Heidi Caldwell teamed up with Meg Boucher in the Half and Half Relay division, each contestant running 13.1 miles. The duo won the open women category and were 4th overall. They ran the full marathon in a lickety split time of 2:42:05, only six minutes behind the winning team.

A group of GRP athletes assembled to make Team “GRP ...

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Craftsbury Contingent at Vermont City Marathon

Last weekend, a Craftsbury contingent made its way to the big city of Burlington for the Vermont City Marathon. The Vermont City Marathon is an annual event which draws more than even thousand people from across the ... go arrow

GRP Races at Canal de Lachine in Montreal

The GRP traveled to Canada last weekend for some good ole fashioned Quebecer racing. The 11th annual Lachine Regatta was held on the Canal de Lachine in Montreal. As this regatta was free of “US national ranking implications” the GRP decided to made the most of the trip by doubling up in two events each - everyone raced in both the 1x and the 4x.

The first race of the day was the 1x event. There were nearly 50 entries between the open men/women, masters men/women, and junior boys/girls. The racecourse was a 5k stretch in a shipping canal. Much to Wes’ demise, the start line was about 1k downstream from a set of shipping locks, which he desperately wanted to row through. But, even without the locks, the course certainly had its share of crazy obstacles. Over the course of 5k, the ...

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GRP Races at Canal de Lachine in Montreal

The GRP traveled to Canada last weekend for some good ole fashioned Quebecer racing. The 11th annual Lachine Regatta was held on the Canal de Lachine in Montreal. As this regatta was free of “US national ranking ... go arrow

Results: Julbo TNR #1

The driving rain dwindling to a gentle mist just in time for the start of the first Tuesday Night Race! Thirty-four racers toed the line with Jennifer Schoen and Chris Jolly taking the 5 and 10k bike wins respectively. In the running race, Anna Schulz crossed the line first for women while Nils Koons took top honors on the men's side. Also, congrats to Audrey Mangan for winning this week's pre-registrant cookie raffle! Next week's race will also take place at the Outdoor Center with runners on Course A (yellow signs with blue arrows) and bikers on Course B (white signs with red arrows). See you there!

Results:

5k Bike | 10k Bike | Run

Click here for more info and the full schedule. Pre-register for next week here or register for the full series here.

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Results: Julbo TNR #1

The driving rain dwindling to a gentle mist just in time for the start of the first Tuesday Night Race! Thirty-four racers toed the line with Jennifer Schoen and Chris Jolly taking the 5 and 10k bike wins ... go arrow

GRP Race at Trials II/Speed Order II

Last weekend the rowers of the Green Racing Project traveled to Princeton, NJ to compete in their second race of the 2019 season. The regatta had different implications for the men and the women, as it was Trials for the Women’s 2x – meaning that the winner of the regatta earned the right to represent the United States in the 2x at this summer’s World Championships in Linz, Austria. Whereas it was a Speed Order for the Men’s 2x – meaning that the winner of the regatta earned the right to race at World Cup II, but will have to race at Trials III in July to earn the right to race at the World Championships in August.

After a successful Trials I in the 1x, the members of the GRP had to do a bit of “dating around” to find a partner in the lead up to 2x Trials. Some members ...

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GRP Race at Trials II/Speed Order II

Last weekend the rowers of the Green Racing Project traveled to Princeton, NJ to compete in their second race of the 2019 season. The regatta had different implications for the men and the women, as it was Trials ... go arrow

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2019 U23 Scullers

Craftsbury is pleased to welcome its 2019 U23 sculling class. A dozen athletes total, 8 prior attendees from either 2017 and 18, and 4 new athletes make up this summer's squad.

Peter Chatain,  Stanford University - 2018 Craftsbury U23
Samuel Gatsos,  Colgate University
Laura Hegemann,  Rutgers University - 2018 Craftsbury U23
Thomas Johnson,  Virginia Commonwealth University - 2018 Craftsbury U23
Grace Joyce,  University of Wisconsin - 2017 Craftsbury U23
Mackenzie King,  University of Virginia - 2018 Craftsbury U23
Jenny McIlvane,  Craftsbury Green Racing Project
Rhiannon Mulligan,  Wellesley College - 2018 Craftsbury U23
Nathan Phelps,  Princeton University
Elizabeth Ray,  Columbia University
Jack Reid,  Trinity College - 2018 Craftsbury U23
James Wright,  Stanford University

The GRP ...

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2019 U23 Scullers

Craftsbury is pleased to welcome its 2019 U23 sculling class. A dozen athletes total, 8 prior attendees from either 2017 and 18, and 4 new athletes make up this summer's squad.Peter Chatain,  Stanford University - ... go arrow

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GRP Ski and Biathlon 2019-2020

The Green Racing Project ski program is excited to announce the addition of one new athlete for the 2019-2020 season: Williams College skier Braden Becker.

Braden is originally from Yarmouth, Maine, where he grew up skiing for the Yarmouth Ski Club and Maine Winter Sports Club (MWSC). He spent a year as a post-graduate at Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation before attending Williams College in Williamstown, MA. During his senior year at Williams, Braden qualified for U23 World Championships in Lahti, Finland. He also finished in the top 15 at NCAA’s four separate times during his collegiate career. Braden graduates in the spring of 2019 with a double major in Computer Science and English. He hopes to use his computer science knowledge helping with the Center’s digital ...

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GRP Ski and Biathlon 2019-2020

The Green Racing Project ski program is excited to announce the addition of one new athlete for the 2019-2020 season: Williams College skier Braden Becker.Braden is originally from Yarmouth, Maine, where he grew up ... go arrow

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Three Athletes join Summer Collegiate Ski Program at Craftsbury

The Outdoor Center is excited to welcome three athletes to our collegiate training program for the summer of 2019: Leah Brams from Dartmouth College, Alex Lawson from Middlebury College, and Evelina Sutro from University of Vermont (UVM). Summer collegiate athletes spend several months in Craftsbury training with the Green Racing Project ski and biathlon teams while working at the Outdoor Center, and then continue on with their collegiate teams for the fall and winter season.

Leah grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts, skiing for the Cambridge Sports Union before going on to ski for Darmouth College. This spring, she will finish her junior year at Dartmouth, where she is majoring in Environmental Science and Chemistry. During the 2018-2019 season, she finished 2nd in the 15k freestyle at ...

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Three Athletes join Summer Collegiate Ski Program at Craftsbury

The Outdoor Center is excited to welcome three athletes to our collegiate training program for the summer of 2019: Leah Brams from Dartmouth College, Alex Lawson from Middlebury College, and Evelina Sutro from ... go arrow

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