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Olympian Crawford's 'Fast And Female' Program Supports Girls Sports

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on Friday, 26 September 2014
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Chandra Crawford

Canadian gold-medal Olympian in cross country skiing Chandra Crawford has entered the MBA program at the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business according to an article in The Globe and Mail. Crawford founded Fast and Femalean international program to develop initiatives that will entice more girls to get into and stay involved in sports.

 

Can Hiker Cards Cover Cost Of Search, Rescue Efforts?

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on Wednesday, 17 September 2014
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Backcountry XC on Fischer SkisIf a hiker or cross country skier acts negligently and requires a search and rescue, who foots the bill of that search and rescue? Currently there are eight states with search and rescue billing laws on the books.

Early Snow Means Oct. 18 Opening At Alberta's Canmore Nordic Centre

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on Saturday, 13 September 2014
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Canmore Nordic Centre Sept. '14

There’s snow in them hills in early September at the Canmore Nordic Centre in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. A late summer snowstorm hit Canmore, Alberta at the provincial park, which was the site where many XC ski events were held in the 1988 Winter Olympics.

Take Flight on Roller Skis Before Snow Flies

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on Thursday, 14 August 2014
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Dartmouth roller skiing

Roller skiing, the non-snow equivalent of cross country (XC) skiing, was developed as early as the 1930s and it was used as a way to train for XC ski racing as early as the 1950s. Today, roller skiing is a low-impact high-intensity workout that is a full body exercise and easy on the knees. 

Tips to Start Kids Cross Country Skiing

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on Monday, 28 July 2014
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Family XC at Great Glen Trails

You might save money by outfitting your kids with outdated and hand-me-down cross country ski equipment, a heavy nylon parka, and a fur-lined earflap cap, but this type of gear will guarantee that your kids have a rotten time while cross country (XC) skiing.

Soldier Hollow’s Howard Peterson Retires; Established Olympic 'Legacy'

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on Tuesday, 01 July 2014
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Howard Peterson

Howard Peterson announced his retirement from Soldier Hollow in Midway, UT, according to the Park Record newspaper. He was the executive director of the Soldier Hollow Legacy Foundation and an original advocate for Salt Lake City hosting the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Vermont Symphony’s Summer Festival Lures Dancers; More Performances Through July 6

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on Monday, 30 June 2014
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VSO at Trapps

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 79th year and the 2014 Summer Festival Tour called "Let's Dance!" The performance features music from the world of dance - waltzes to swing and polkas to salsa. Toe-tapping melodies by Strauss, Delibes, Borodin, and Gershwin will put you "in the mood" for dance hits from Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller. The 1812 Overture, marches, and fireworks conclude the show.

Olympians Take Stand About Climate Change

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on Monday, 23 June 2014
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Andy Newell roller trains

Andy Newell, U.S. Ski Team and Olympic competitor in cross country (XC) skiing created "Athletes for Action" before he set off for the Sochi Games. The idea was to coordinate athletes to encourage definitive government action on climate change. "We're expecting more out of Washington and from world leaders," he said. 

Tahoe Donner Breaks Ground On New Cross Country Center Facility

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on Tuesday, 17 June 2014
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Tahoe Donner XC

With recent agency approvals in hand, Tahoe Donner Association held a groundbreaking ceremony in early June in Truckee, Calif. and began construction for a new Cross Country Ski Center. Staff and supporters celebrated the long-awaited opportunity for overdue improvements at the new Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Center and parking lot, which are designed to improve operational and energy efficiencies, while implementing necessary protections to natural resources.

Devil’s Thumb Ranch Opens High Lonesome Lodge; New Expanded Facilities

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on Monday, 09 June 2014
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High Lonesome Lodge Devils Thumb

Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa in Tabernash, Colo. has opened a new 50,000 square-foot High Lonesome Lodge and adjoining facilities to accommodate and host up to 350 guests on a hillside overlooking the Ranch. 

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