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News Roundup for 7/19/19

FasterSkier.com | 19.7.2019

Bodensteiner Hired on with the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Luke Bodensteiner left U.S. Ski & Snowboard as Chief of Sport on July 15, he was named the Soldier Hollow General Manager and Chief of Sport Development on July 17. Bodensteiner’...

Alaska Solstice Junior Flyer Camp by Jed Hinkley

FasterSkier.com | 18.7.2019

As I flagged Josie Johnson and Augie Roepke at midnight on the longest day of the year, a smile came to my face, and I let out a big hoot. I have been around Ski Jumping for over 30 years, but I had never experienced what I was experiencing at tha...

First Tracks as a New Parent: Holly Brooks [Part 1]

FasterSkier.com | 18.7.2019

The “First Tracks” series highlights the pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting experiences of noteworthy athletes in cross-country skiing in various stages of their professional careers. The sharing of these experiences can benefit athletes in ...

Wednesday Workout: Inside or Out, Improve Your Double Poling

FasterSkier.com | 17.7.2019

We trying to stay slightly ahead of the overuse injury and poor air quality curves. You may be midway through your summer training schedule and dealing with a bum ankle. Or you live in a place like much of the Western U.S. that has been or will be...

USCSA: The “Hidden Gem” Pathway for Non-NCAA Collegiate Skiers

FasterSkier.com | 16.7.2019

Last year, 174 athletes in the male and female U18 categories competed at Junior Nationals in Anchorage, AK. This number represents a small fraction of the cross country skiers throughout the country in that age category. As there are only about 3...

After 23 Years, Luke Bodensteiner Exits U.S. Ski & Snowboard

FasterSkier.com | 15.7.2019

Singularly focused on winning and the commensurate hardware that validates that supremacy, 48-year-old Luke Bodensteiner will leave U.S. Ski & Snowboard after a 23 year run with the organization. For the last 12 years, Bodensteiner has served ...

Weekly News Round Up

FasterSkier.com | 11.7.2019

FIS Rollerskiing in Beijing With the 2022 Winter Olympics only a few years out, it’s time to begin promoting cross-country skiing in the most populous country.  The International Ski Federation (FIS) opened the cross-country rollerski World Cup...

Buying a GPS/HRM Sport Watch – The Basics

FasterSkier.com | 10.7.2019

The functions are many on our wrist-worn data collecting training tools. And in some ways, the putative cause for that post-training bliss might be the very data stored on that GPS/HRM device when uploaded to your training analysis app. Maybe you ...

The EPA and Regulating the Ski Wax Industry

FasterSkier.com | 9.7.2019

There’s truth in jest as the saying goes. While FasterSkier’s April 1 piece made light of the issues, it hit home in some unexpected places. During one of FasterSkier’s conversations with the Environmental Protection Agency to examine why it...

Pioneer Midwest Needs Your Help, Three Job Opportunities

FasterSkier.com | 9.7.2019

Retail Manager/Sales – Fulltime Pioneer Midwest is a full service Nordic ski shop that also specializes in paddle sports. This position will encompass managing the retail storefront and sales. Additional responsibilities include helping with onl...

WADA Claims to make Progress as it Analyzes Moscow Lab Data and Samples

FasterSkier.com | 8.7.2019

On July 2, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) sent out a press release updating the public about its investigation into systemic Russian doping.  Early this year, WADA received the Moscow Lab’s Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) d...

A Half Ironman Win: Next Up for Kris Freeman, the Lake Placid Ironman

FasterSkier.com | 5.7.2019

  This is the second story following Kris Freeman as he builds towards his first Ironman triathlon in late July. You can read part 1 here.  *** They are not baby steps, but they are incremental steps. Retired elite cross-country skier Kris F...

2019 Mt. Marathon Rundown

FasterSkier.com | 5.7.2019

Regional air quality and higher than normal temperatures have been the story during the run-up to the 2019 Mt. Marathon race. According to a NYT’s piece, Anchorage has never recorded an official temperature 90 degrees or above. That may cha...

Lumi Experiences: Minneapolis World Cup (Press Release)

FasterSkier.com | 4.7.2019

  Press Release Happy 4th of July! To celebrate, Lumi Experiences is announcing a special trip to the Minneapolis World Cup, the first World Cup in the United States in almost 20 years.  The events are being hosted at Wirth Park, one of the...

Minneapolis World Cup Trip

FasterSkier.com | 4.7.2019

Happy 4th of July! To celebrate, Lumi Experiences is announcing a special trip to the Minneapolis World Cup, the first World Cup in the United States in almost 20 years.   The events are being hosted at Wirth Park, one of the largest urban pa...

Proskida Seeks to Revolutionize Ski Training with Power Meter

FasterSkier.com | 3.7.2019

Endurance junkies can be data nerds. The market for smart watches and wearable fitness devices has boomed, trending toward a $29 billion dollar market with 243 million units sold by 2022 according to an industry analyst’s estimates. In the w...

Sprint and Distance Rollerski Racing from the Sommarland Skifestival in Norway

FasterSkier.com | 2.7.2019

Notable for the Norwegian names in the field, several Brits, and a lone American, a series of sprint and distance rolllerski races were held this past weekend in the Telemark region of Norway. Jessie Diggins of the U.S. Ski Team spent the week in ...

Project Langrenn: Beaten by the Girls

FasterSkier.com | 1.7.2019

  Project Langrenn is a series by Maks Zechel. Zechel has been training and racing in Norway for the last several years after concluding his junior racing career in Canada. Zechel is part of Norway’s Team Norconsult and will be writing abou...

News Round Up for June 28th

FasterSkier.com | 28.6.2019

IBU Sanctions Two Russian Biathletes. On May 25, Russian biathletes Alexandr Pechenkin and Alexander Chernyshov each received four year bans from competition for anti-doping rule violations (ADRV). The International Biathlon Union handed down the...

The Worldloppet Cup Comes to an End; Ben Popp Discusses the Results of the Worldloppet Annual Genera

FasterSkier.com | 27.6.2019

On June 17th, an update was posted on the Worldloppet International Ski Federation website following the annual general meeting in Isafjordur, Iceland to announce the end of the FIS Worldloppet Cup series. While skiers will still be able to earn F...

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