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2019 U.S. Biathlon Talent ID Camp Info/Application

FasterSkier.com | 26.3.2019

Overview The U.S. Biathlon Team is hosting its annual Talent ID camp in Lake Placid, NY from June 16th to June 20th. This camp is used to identify current cross-country skiing talents and offer a development “fast track” to the National Team...

2020 Dolomitenlauf – Marcialonga Trip – filling fast

FasterSkier.com | 25.3.2019

  The Lumi Experiences trip to the 2020 Dolomitenlauf & Marcialonga is filling fast. The deadline for guaranteed entry into the Marcialonga is March 31, 2019. Email info@lumiexperiences to receive a detailed itinerary or to put your name on t...

Auburn Ski Club Training Center Seeks Junior Coach

FasterSkier.com | 25.3.2019

The ASC Training Center is a non-profit organization located on Donner Summit, adjacent to Boreal Mountain Resort. ASCTC provides a variety of programs for 1500+ members. Activities include Junior Alpine, Snowboard, Nordic and Biathlon ski teams; ...

Klæbo Takes Home a Crystal Globe, Harvey Ends Career with a 2nd Place

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

Alex Harvey finished his career racing for Canada with a bang today in Québec City, Canada. Harvey placed second to Norway’s Johannes Høsflot Klæbo in today’s 15-kilometer freestyle pursuit. It was Harvey’s second podium in as many ...

On Beauty–Québec Day Three: By Bill McKibben

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

Beauty was the order of the day, beginning with the spectacle that spread out on the old battleground that shoulders up against the city of Québec. Nordic skiing usually proceeds against a backdrop of pine and birch, but there’s an undeniable t...

Nilsson Makes a Clean Sweep in Québec; Diggins Skis the 4th Fastest Time of Day, Bjornsen 11th

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

It was beginning to seem as though it could not be done, and then it happened.  Norway’s Therese Johaug did not stand atop the podium after the 10-kilometer classic first stage of the women’s pursuit in Québec City. Sprint champion Stina Ni...

Quebec Men’s 15 K Pursuit Race Rundown

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

FIS World Cup Québec City Men’s 15 k Freestyle Pursuit Norway’s Johannes Høsflot Klæbo did not cede the win today as he moved to take the World Cup overall over Russia’s Alexander Bolshunov. The day’s first starter in the 15-kilome...

Egan Takes Third in Oslo; Finishes Season Ranked 18th

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

Love the Norwegian crowd at Holmenkollen. They know a solid performance when they see it. Regardless of team uniform, the cheers are exuberant when there’s a good show. With the curtain pulled up, the fourth shooting bout, prior to the final ski...

Québec City World Cup Final Women’s Pursuit Race Rundown

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

FIS World Cup Finals Québec Women’s 10 k Freestyle Pursuit Day three in Québec City brought sunny skies and fast tracks. The first starter on the day for the 10 k freestyle pursuit, Sweden’s Stina Nilsson, took the win and with it the Q...

Oslo IBU World Cup Rundown: Egan in Third

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

IBU World Cup Oslo, Norway 12.5 k Mass Start More on this later. Clare Egan of US Biathlon scored a third place in the holy grail of venues: Holmenkollen. This is Egan first podium on the IBU World Cup. The event was the 12.5 k mass start, which i...

Québec City: Quotes, Crashes, and Setting The Stage

FasterSkier.com | 24.3.2019

The Québec City World Cup has been a wild ride for the first two days, which are really only setting the stage for the big event. On Sunday, two crystal globes will be decided and hometown superstar Alex Harvey will retire on a course he raced on...

At Home, Harvey Garners Second to Klæbo; Bjornsen 18th

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

Amidst overcast skies and spectators bearing signs for the local cross-country favorite, Canadian Alex Harvey, World Cup Finals resumed on Saturday in Québec City, Québec with a men’s 15-kilometer classic mass start race. Thanks to his win in ...

Clutch Down the Finish Straight: Nilsson Edges Johaug in Québec

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

The build-up was immense. Head to head skiing. A mass start classic race with 10-kilometers to prove world-class stamina with Québec City’s cross-country ski fans lining the course. In a world now rife with data and the application of that info...

Harvey on the Plains of Abraham: by Bill McKibben

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

It’s remarkably sweet when an athletic career ends on a grace note:  Ted Williams lofting a home run in his final game at Fenway, say, or John Elway passing his Broncos to a Super Bowl victory. Or, earlier today, Alex Harvey taking second in fr...

Québec 15 k Mass Start Classic Rundown

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

FIS World Cup Québec City 15 k Mass Start Classic We’re changing the format for this race rundown. With many North Americans racing during World Cup finals in Québec, screenshots from Live Timing will keep the rundown updated efficiently. Wh...

Québec City Women’s 10 k mass start classic Race Rundown

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

FIS World Cup Québec City 10 k Mass Start Classic We’re changing the format for this race rundown. With many North Americans racing during World Cup finals in Québec, screenshots from Live Timing will keep the rundown updated efficiently. Ha...

Introducing Pursuit Fork FlexTM Elite Rollerskis

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

The highly acclaimed Pursuit Fork FlexTM skate rollerskis just got even smoother and more stable with the new Pursuit Fork FlexTM Elite model. Patent pending new spring steel fork design lowers the frames by 15 mm, to increase stability by making ...

Keep it Simple: Klæbo Wins with Harvey in 10th, Hamilton 13th

FasterSkier.com | 23.3.2019

How to play the Johannes Høsflot Klæbo sprint game? It has got to go through every sprinter’s mind. As the day’s fastest qualifier, Klæbo set the tone in 3:07.61. Prior to Friday’s 1.6-kilometer freestyle sprint in Québec, the young Nor...

Nilsson Grasps Sprint Cup with Québec Win: Bjornsen sixth, Caldwell seventh, Diggins 10th

FasterSkier.com | 22.3.2019

There was wind. Some snow. And certainly 1.6-kilometers of soft leg-sapping snow during Friday’s freestyle sprint in Québec. This was no 2.5 minute in duration hard-pack speed fest. It was a grind. Take off too early and plenty of real estate r...

Québec Race Rundown Freestyle Sprint Final; Three U.S. Skiers in the Women’s Top-10

FasterSkier.com | 22.3.2019

We’re changing the format for this race rundown. With many North Americans racing during World Cup finals in Québec, screenshots from Live Timing will keep the rundown updated efficiently. In the finals of Fridays; 1.6 k skate sprint in Québe...

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