- Volunteers? May 18, 2015
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.comWHEN/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
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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 🙂
- A Wonderful Way to Honor Two Dartmouth ’15s May 13, 2015
We were just informed of this incredible event that is taking place on Saturday, May 23, Memorial Day weekend.
On May 23rd, Dartmouth students will host an event called “The Memorial Challenge” to honor the passing of Torin Tucker, D’15 and Blaine Steinberg, D’15. This event will take place on Memorial Field at Dartmouth and will be an enormous, community circuit training! Torin was an xc skier at Dartmouth and some of you knew him well. Blaine was a lacrosse player. Both sound like they were amazing people. This seems like a creative and amazing way to honor them! 250 people have signed up already.
Go here to find out more and to register.
Ashley & Peter
- Ford Sayre Nordic Jumping at Lake Placid March 16, 2015
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!
- Caldwell Wins National Title in Nordic Freestyle March 11, 2015
- After the Medals with Alex Harvey February 25, 2015
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.