Team East was at the Junior Nationals for Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined in Anchorage. This is a team of kids who don’t train at altitude, who in many cases have learned ski jumping without a home hill where jumps over K50 are available. They have been coached by a committee of various coaches from […]
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Please check out this great article on the Ford Sayre Ski Jumping program from our local Kid Stuff magazine:
by Dick Nelson [in 1975?] Though most people don’t realize it, the Upper Valley is the birthplace of modern skiing in the United States. Sure, the biggest areas in New England now are in central Vermont or north central New Hampshire. And the biggest areas of all are out in the Rockies. But it all […]
Ford Sayre parent Edie Morgan wrote this great article for the Ski Racing blog on the Alpine Summer Dryland Program.
Photos from the DEVO and Junior Alpine Racing programs for 2016-17. Thanks to the many contributors!
Congratulations to Ford Sayre’s Evan Nichols and Aiden Cudhea for their impressive results at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s 2017 Junior National Championships at the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove, Illinois, two weeks ago! Nichols, a 13-year-old at the Lyme School, and Cudhea, a sophomore at Thetford Academy, were selected to represent […]
Ford Sayre presents the NH High School (NHIAA) Ski Jumping Competition Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 6:00pm Roger Burt Memorial Jump, Oak Hill, Hanover, NH Hot Cocoa, Music, Camp Fire, Fun under the Lights Come watch top High School competitors from around the state soar over 100 feet under the lights at Oak Hill in […]
Here is a great post from the Racer Ex blog by Edie Thys Morgan. It’s about our relationship to winning, and is a must-see for all our students and parents.
This is a great shot of Ford Sayre 5th grader Cam soaring on Lake Placid’s K48 jump.
Ford Sayre hosted a jumping meet on January 30 at the Roger Burt jumps at Oak Hill. Forty athletes on 9 teams competed on the K10, K20 and K32 jumps. There were 9 jumpers from Ford Sayre, and 3 from Hanover High School. The jumpers ranged in age from U8 to High School. The Valley […]