- 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.
This just in from Hilary…if you haven’t signed up to participate, please consider volunteering.
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.
Ford Sayre won every event where the team competed this past weekend at the Lake Placid Lions Club meet. 9-year old Caleb Zuckerman won first place on the K20 jump, 7th in the U14 division on the K48 jump, and first in Nordic Combined.
11-year old Elsa Bollinger placed first in the girls U14 division on the K48 jump, and placed first in Nordic combined. 11-year old Evan Nichols placed first in boys U14 division on the K48, with a first in Nordic Combined.
Fellow Ford Sayre jumper Aiden Cudhea placed second behind Evan in the U14 boys on the K48 jump. Jackson Hall won the K20 for his age group.
Congratulations, Ford Sayre Jumpers!
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Patrick Caldwell, Ford Sayre alum, and current Dartmouth Sophomore, won the NCAA national title in the 10K freestyle event at Lake Placid today. More info.
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A great interview with Canadian skier Alex Harvey was recently posted on FasterSkier.com:
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FALUN, Sweden — Two days after Alex Harvey earned his second medal of the 2015 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, more than any other Canadian at a Nordic World Championships, FasterSkier caught up with the 26-year-old Harvey in Falun, Sweden. With two more races on his schedule at worlds, he talks about his last few days in the limelight and the possibility for taking home more hardware.