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    Nordic News

    2002 Olympians Highlight ’03 Nordic Teams Luke Bodensteiner, Nordic Director for the United States Ski Team has announced members of the 2003 team. The group includes six cross country racers, three ski jumpers and five Nordic combined skiers. Cross Country Kris Freeman, 21, Andover, NH; Andrew Johnson, 24, Greensboro, VT […]

    Improve Your Skiing Before You Get on Snow

    By Steve Hindman Although the first snowflakes may not yet be in the air, it is time for ski magazines to show up in your mailbox and at the newsstand. When those snowflakes do fly, this is the place to find tips and exercises that will help you have more […]

    Checking out the Stowe Skiing Scene

    By Michael Roche In 1794 Oliver Luce pushed his oxcart into a wilderness, in what is now known as the town of Stowe and became its first settler. He brought his family a few weeks later and they built a log home with a dirt floor. It was a difficult […]

    Real Men and Wooden Skis

    By Ron Watters I am a pocketor of old ski stories. You know, the kind of folklore that comes from the days when all skiing was cross-country skiing: no crowds, no high-speed quad lifts, no thousand-dollar plastic boots. It was a simple time when skiers used their own strength to […]

    Ski Tunnel: Year ‘Round Skiing?

    By GREG FANGEL Do you dream of kicking and gliding down those perfect tracks and of skating and floating up that hill this coming winter? Would you like to see cooler temperatures during the summer? Three Minnesota men have a vision that could make cross-country skiing a year ’round activity […]