Nordic News

Nordic Movie “Bend” Showing in Woodstock Friday

This just in….wish we had known about it sooner…looks fanstastic

Friday Nov 13 enjoy the FREE premiere of BEND, 5pm at Pentangle Town Theater in Woodstock.

The film follows collegiate athletes from the east coast as they train in Oregon for the summer. Together, they represent the future generation of athletes in one of the most under represented sports in America: Nordic Skiing.

 Check out the teaser by clicking here! 

 Nick Mahood (Woodstock Inn Nordic Ski Director) and Paul Ramsey (Woodstock Director of Operations) will be speaking before the film and there will be a reception to follow at the Woodstock Inn, small bites and cash bar!

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Ford Sayre Ski Sale

The Ford Sayre Ski Sale is today from 12 noon to 2 pm at the Richmond Middle School in Hanover.  There are great deals for new and used ski equipment and clothing, both for downhill and cross-country skiing.

This is a great way to outfit your family for the winter sports season.

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Burk Mountain Academy: Fall Training Weekend

Arrival: Saturday October 10, 2015 @ 9AM

Departure: Sunday October 11, 2005 @ 5PM

Burke Mountain Academy, East Burke, VT (Room and board provided!)

Cost: $50 (T-shirt included)

Come train on foot, roller skis and/or bicycles alongside current BMA Nordic team members and Alumni. Camp will include intensity, distance, strength and adventure training on our campus and in the surrounding NEK. If you have never explored the endless Kingdom Trails single track, climbed to the top of fire tower on Burke Mountain, or jumped off Devil’s rock into the depths of Lake Willoughby than this camp is for you! (Roller ski experience-not required!)

Read more details here: BMA-CAMP.pdf

Contact kbarton@burkemtnacademy.org to reserve your spot today!

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Cochran’s Fall Bike Ride

Cochran’s Fall Bike Ride
910 Cochran Rd.
Richmond, Vermont
05477
 
Saturday Oct. 3, 2015
This ride is a benefit for Cochran’s Ski Area (a non profit) where skiing and riding is affordable for any Vermont child and family. A little ski area that makes a big difference in kids lives. 
  • Please come join a great day of biking or trail running, aid stations with terrific food and drinks, a yummy BBQ, beautiful countryside and great company. 
  • You can choose to ride a recreational a road ride of either 50K or 100K distances (the 100K has a KOM and QOM) or a mountain bike ride or race of 20 miles or a dirt road ride with Lindy Kelley-Cochran for 20 miles. We also have a beautiful 10 mile trail run.
  • Registration 730am to 900am and start riding at 900am. BBQ after the ride and run. Included in your registration fee of either $75 (for the 50K and 100K) or $35 (for the Mt bike race, trail run and Lindy’s Dirt road ride) is a t-shirt, aid stations, yummy BBQ, a great time, great company and beautiful Vermont scenery.
Please Come and Bike So Vermont Kids Can Ski.
For more information and to preregister go to www.cochranskiarea.com. Any questions contact Laura Farrell at jlfarrell0@gmail.com
Look forward to seeing you on Oct. 3rd. !!!!!!!!
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Volunteers?

All,

This just in from Hilary…if you haven’t signed up to participate, please consider volunteering.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! 
WHAT: The Memorial Challenge: an ultimate community circuit workout inspired by Torin Tucker and Blaine Steinberg. All funds raised are going directly to the Dartmouth Heart and Vascular Center to research athlete cardiac health. The goal is to bring everyone together to push themselves hard through a workout and unite for one common goal! Read more here: thememorialchallenge.com
WHEN/WHERE: Memorial Day Weekend, on Memorial Field(Dartmouth’s Football Field):  Saturday May 23rd (Check in starts at 9:45am, event at 11:00, music and food until 2)
HOW YOU CAN HELP: We are a completely student run event and thus need as much help as we can get on the day of. Below are some descriptions of the jobs we need!!

  Challenge Team – younger people ideally – high school/college age – (2 ppl per station x 24 stations, 12 each side of the field): Demonstrating exercises to Challengers, circuit flow, station organization, reminding Challengers of target goals

  Gameday Setup/Breakdown – any age: Challenge setup, tents/tables, stage, etc

Energy Team – any age (middle schools, Hanover High, students, coaches): Get loud and rowdy for Challengers to encourage them to reach their goals

Please reach out to Mary O’Connell – mary.e.oconnell.16@dartmouth.edu – a junior on the Dartmouth Varsity Nordic Team, for any questions or if you would like to participate! Thank you so much, and I look forward to seeing you out at Oak Hill next season 🙂 

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