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This calendar shows only events taking place after today's date: 02-11-2016. To view past events, click on the link above, or use the search feature above.

February 13, 2016, Flying Moose Classic Gould Academy Competition Trails, Bethel, ME (Zak, Club)
Event Info:

Event Info: Classic technique, mass start and finish at field adjacent to Gould Academy Field House on Church St., Bethel, with most of the 10 km or 22 km timed race course on the Pine Hill Competition Trails. Registration at Gould Academy Field House, Bethel, Maine, from 9-10:30am. Youth/Bill Koch League events include lollipop, a 2.25km timed race or a 10 km untimed mini-marathon. (Youth wishing to ski longer timed distances must enter the adult event and pay the adult fee). All events are at 11 A.M with the exception of the lollipop which will start at 10:45. The Moose is a New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) sanctioned event and part of the Zak Cup and Club Series. Adult participants who are not NENSA members will be asked to purchase a one day license for $5 at registration. In event of race cancellation, there will be a full refund of entry fees, less the credit card fees charged separately by skireg.com. For more information go to: www.bethelouting.org/.

A NENSA Zak Cup & Club Cup Series Event


Registration:

$30 in advance at https://www.skireg.com/flying-moose-classic. $40 Day of Race. Youth races $5. BOC members pay $20 for 10 km or 22 km entries paid by cash or check on or before February 11, 2016; mail to BOC, PO Box 637, Bethel ME 04217


Contact:Jim Reuter, (207) 824-7237, jim@smithreuter.com
Website:www.bethelouting.org
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February 13-14, 2016, Nordic Rendezvous and Back to the Barn Tour-CANCELED Rikert Nordic Center, Ripton, VT ()
Event Info:

Canceled due to low registration numbers. Look for the event next year!


Registration:
Contact:
Website:www.rikertnordic.com/nordicrendezvous/
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February 13, 2016, Waterville Valley Nordic Women's Clinic Waterville Valley, Waterville, NH ()
Event Info:

Waterville Valley’s 2016 Women’s Clinic

The Schedule Saturday February 13th
9:00-10:00 Meet and greet at the center, coffee and goodies
10:00-12:00 On-snow Instruction
12:00-1:00 Fresh lunch provided
1:00-3:00 On-snow Instruction Special Guest, Swix Rep Hannah Blazejewski
3:00-3:30 Wax Clinic
3:30-4:00 Yoga at the White Mountain Athletic Club

The Details Cost $85, $75 for Waterville Valley Season Pass holders Includes ski passes, ski and boot demos or high performance rentals, coffee, goodies, lunch, yoga class and qualifies you for specials on gear at the Nordic Center. Expect a mini-Swix trunk sale this year!

What to Bring: Ski Equipment (or Demo or rent from us). Warm clothing and plenty of layers, extras for changing out of sweaty ones mid-day! Hat, XC gloves, Sunglasses & Sunscreen Water belt or pack recommended. We are a full service touring center. This means we can suit you up from head to toe if you’re totally new to the sport or help you freshen up your skiing experience. We have a fantastic selection of technical and fun outerwear, accessories and shiny new skis and boots from Swix, Salomon, Atomic and Fischer. We hand pick our merchandise and only have what we want to wear and to ski with, and as much fun as it is to have in the shop, it’s even more fun to see someone using it! If you bring your own gear call ahead and we’ll make sure we can get your skis waxed and ready for your day.


Registration:

Where to Stay: Call our reservation specialists directly for the best prices. Group and special event pricing available. 1-800-GO-VALLEY. Or call the Nordic Center 603-236-5201 for more information. How to Register: Email the Nordic Center directly for early registration information: “lwilson@waterville.com Please be sure to include your name, email address and whether or not you have a WV Season Pass. Early registration is greatly appreciated and will allow us to best prepare for you and send you any updates or additional information.

 


Contact:lwilson@waterville.com
Website:www.waterville.com/nordic/event-calendar.html?id=5923
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February 14, 2016, Valentines Paintball Race Gunstock xc trails, Gilford, NH ()
Event Info:

GNA will host its annual Paintball/ Biathlon Race.School teams , J2 , J1, OJ, Senior & Master skiers. Race Start time: 10am (15sec interval start) , distance 3 x 2.5K, Freestyle, J2 will start in the morning J2 3 x 1.5K . Raffle for racers at noon! BKL ages: Start time: 1pm, Feestyle (Lollipop, J6,J5,J4,J3,) Course maps: www.gunstocknordic.com


Registration:

Register online $15 skireg.com Pre-registration encouraged! Day of the race registration $20 will be open 8.30am-9.30am, and 11.30am- 12.30pm for BKL $15( no late fee for BKL age).


Contact:gunstocknordic@msn.com
Website:www.gunstocknordic.com
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February 14, 2016, Stowe Nordic Mini Enduro-CANCELED Stowe, Stowe , VT ()
Event Info:

Canceled this year due to low snow and cold temps.


Registration:

 

 


Contact:Paul McNeil coach@stowenordic.org
Website:
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February 20, 2016, BogBurn Classic (New Date) Bogburn Hall, 1051 Skyline Drive, North Pomfret, VT (Zak, Club)
Event Info:

Race Day Schedule:

• BKYSL 3rd-4th grade - 1.7 km Classic - 10:00am Start - $10
• BKYSL 5th-6th grade - 2.5 km Classic - 10:15am Start - $10
• BKYSL 7th-8th grade - 2.9 km Classic - 10:30am Start - $10
• BKYSL Awards at 11:30am

• Lollipop - Anyone - 50 Meters - Anything Goes - 11:15am Start - Free Entry

• Women & U16 (J2s) - 7k Classic - 12:30pm Start - $25
• Men (U18 [J1] - Master) - 13K Classic - 1:30pm Start - $25

A NENSA Zak Cup & Club Cup Series Event


Registration:

Register via SkiReg: https://www.skireg.com/bogburn-classical-cross-country-race

All racers including BKL entries should register online so that we can quickly produce the results. Online registration closes 5 PM January 8th, 2016 Day of race registration accepted with $5 Late Fee


Contact:Bob Haydock@gmail.com
Website:www.facebook.com/Bogburn-Cross-Country-Ski-Race-177290886373/?fref=ts
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February 20, 2016, Berkshire Trails Paintball Biathlon Notchview, Windsor, MA ()
Event Info:

Join the Berkshire Trails Bill Koch League for their 1st annual Paintball Biathlon.

Its going to be a great day! More info coming soon.


Registration:
Contact:amber@nensa.net
Website:
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February 21, 2016, VT State Team Qualifier (for EHSC) Craftsbury, Craftsbury, VT ()
Event Info:

Craftsbury on Feb. 21st, races start at 10:00 am. There are a few changes to the sign up and qualifier this year.

*Early registration of $20 will be open until Feb. 16th and then it goes up to $25 until Feb. 18th at 5:00pm. There will be no day of race registration this year to simplify the race day organization.

**Easterns: This year we will be naming 18 skiers to the team at the qualifier and 6 at the State meet.

 


Registration:

See SkiReg Link to Sign up: Click here!


Contact:
Website:
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February 27, 2016, Silver Fox Trot Oak Hill, Hanover, NH (Zak, Club)
Event Info:

Ford Sayre Silver Fox Trot

BKL races all ages: Freestyle (youngest age group is classic technique)


Citizen Race: Freestyle mass start following BKL races, distance TBD. Possible morning 3km Prologue classic (with wax restrictions).

A NENSA Zak Cup & Club Cup Series Event


Registration:
Contact:Dennis Donahue at: dennisd499@gmail.com
Website:http://www.fordsayre.org/nordic/silver-fox-trot/
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February 27, 2016, Bay State Games Freestyle Race Notchview, Windsor, MA ()
Event Info:

Divisions and Distances
All ages are as of February 27th, 2016 and all grades are as of 2015-2016 school year.

Grade 1 & 2 (1K)

Grade 3 & 4 (1K & 2 1/2K)

Middle School Grade 5 & 6 (2 1/2K & 5K)

Middle School Grade 7 & 8 (2 1/2K & 5K)

High School Grade 9 - 12 (5K & 10K)

Senior 1 U30 (5K & 10K)

Senior 2 - Age 30-39 (5K & 10K)

Master 1 - Age 40-49 (5K & 10K)

Master 2- Age 50-59 (5K & 10K)

Master 3 - Age 60+ (5K & 10K)

Participants may enter freestyle and/or classical. Within each event, participants may only register for one distance.

Registration/check-in at 8:30 am

Races beign at 10:00 am*

*specific schedule will be confirmed once number of entries is determined

All participants will receive a Bay State Winter Games t-shirt. The top three athletes in division and event will receive the appropriate Gold, Silver or Bronze Bay State Games medal as well as a Bay State Games award jacket.

 


Registration:

Click here for registration


Contact:
Website:www.baystategames.org/cross-country-skiing
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February 28, 2016, Strafford Nordic Relays Strafford Nordic Center, Strafford, VT ()
Event Info:

Skate sprints in the morning this year starting at 10am, classic sprints in the afternoon starting at 1pm.

We plan to have soup and sandwiches available for sale in the lodge between races. And of course all participants get a free Strafford Organic Creamery ice cream cone at the end of the day!

 


Registration:

Click here for registration on skireg.com


Contact:hilary@straffordnordicskiing.com
Website:http://straffordnordicskiing.com/crosscountryskirace
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February 28, 2016, Bay State Games Classic Race Canterbury Farm, Becket, MA ()
Event Info:

Divisions and Distances
All ages are as of February 27th, 2016 and all grades are as of 2015-2016 school year.

Grade 1 & 2 (1K)

Grade 3 & 4 (1K & 2 1/2K)

Middle School Grade 5 & 6 (2 1/2K & 5K)

Middle School Grade 7 & 8 (2 1/2K & 5K)

High School Grade 9 - 12 (5K & 10K)

Senior 1 U30 (5K & 10K)

Senior 2 - Age 30-39 (5K & 10K)

Master 1 - Age 40-49 (5K & 10K)

Master 2- Age 50-59 (5K & 10K)

Master 3 - Age 60+ (5K & 10K)

Bay State Games reserves the right to combine divisions based on number of entries.

There will be separate divisions for males and females.

Participants may enter freestyle and/or classical. Within each event, participants may only register for one distance.

Registration/check-in at 8:30 am

Races beign at 10:00 am*

*specific schedule will be confirmed once number of entries is determined

Awards
All participants will receive a Bay State Winter Games t-shirt. The top three athletes in division and event will receive the appropriate Gold, Silver or Bronze Bay State Games medal as well as a Bay State Games award jacket.


Registration:

Click here for registration


Contact:
Website:www.baystategames.org/cross-country-skiing
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February 28, 2016 , Stowe Derby Stowe Village, Stowe, VT ()
Event Info: 71st Edition of the Derby is on Sunday, February 28th, 2016 Race the Derby on your skinny skis, or your fat bike... or both! The Stowe Derby is one of the oldest and most unique ski and Fat Bike races in North America. It started in 1945 as a personal challenge between two amazing skiers - Austrian, Sepp Ruschp who was hired to come to America and head the new ski school at Stowe and Erling Strom, world famous mountaineer from Norway. The challenge was the same as it is today - to race from the top of Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak to the historic village of Stowe... on ONE pair of skis! The ultimate test of a skiers ability. Ruschp was the winner of the first Stowe Derby. Today, the race attracts over 800 competitors, ranging from Canadian Cross Country Ski Team members and NCAA Champions to recreational skiers looking for a thrill. While the race can be very competitive at all levels, it is also a fun race, having been chosen as one of the top sporting events in the state by readers of Vermont Sports Magazine. Over the course, participants ski through 20km, or 14km of challenging terrain, racing down Mt. Mansfield's Toll Road and along the entire length of the Stowe Recreation Path before reaching the finish in the village. The course has a total vertical drop of over 2,600 feet. The winners will complete the course in under 45 minutes, while recreational skiers can take a couple of hours to go the same distance. Get familiar with the newest additions; the 14km Derby Fat Bike race, presented by Louis Garneau, and the Derby Fat Meister, presented by SkiRack.
Registration: https://www.skireg.com/3890 Registration Fees and Deadlines Option 2 - PRE-Registration by February 5th at NOON. Remember that to get seeded, you MUST be signed up by February 24th. Long Course - $65 Fat Derby - $65 Derby / Fat Meister - $90 Short Course - $35 Option 3 - Online Registration closes THURSDAY, February 25th at NOON. Long Course - $75 Fat Derby - $75 Derby / Fat Meister - $100 Short Course - $35 Option 4 - Sign up IN PERSON at early bib pick up at the Stowe High School, on Saturday prior to race day, 3-5pm, ONLY. Cash or checks only. Racers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult to sign the release. T-shirt availability not guaranteed. Long Course - $85 Fat Derby - $85 Derby / Fat Meister - Not available Short Course - $40 Registration fee is NON-REFUNDABLE unless the race is cancelled. Phone: (802) 253-9216 NO sign ups ON RACE DAY!
Contact:stowederby@teammmsc.org
Website:stowederby.com
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February 28, 2016, Woodstock Nordic Runners CLASSIC Sweetheart Race (NEW DATE) Woodstock Nordic Center, Woodstock, VT ()
Event Info:

Join us for our Woodstock CLASSIC Sweetheart Race on Sunday, February 28th at the Woodstock Nordic Center, now located at the Woodstock Country Club!

​Sign up on skireg and we will also have Day of Race for an additional fee. Lollipoppers are day of and are free!

The goal of this race is to encourage first time racers to race. We like to keep it festive with costumes, fairy wings and sparkles!

​We encourage families to stay for the day and ski our renovated trail system or register for the OPEN class race at 1pm.

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Registration:

Click here to register!


Contact:Gretchen Czaja at gretchenczaja@gmail.com
Website:
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March 4-6, 2016, 2016 Bill Koch Festival Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, Gorham, NH ()
Event Info:

Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center and the Great Glen BKL Club are thrilled to welcome participants and their friends, families and coaches to the 2016 New England Bill Koch League Festival, after having hosted the event in 2012.

Skiers will discover the magic of the White Mountains through a weekend of fun-filled events. Special activities will include games on skis, an obstacle course, a tour to the Great Angel Cabin for refreshments, a fairy house trail, relay races, individual races and more! The event will be held Saturday, March 5th, through Sunday, March 6th, 2016. These above activities, combined with Great Glen’s daily offerings, like the Trails Tracker hunt and the snow tubing hill, will provide two entire days of on-snow fun that will be remembered for years to come!

The competitive events offered will be a 2-person classic relay on Saturday, and an individual freestyle event on Sunday. Grade categories include: Grade 1&2, Grade 3&4, Grade 5&6, Grade 7&8. The participants can race in one or both events, and enjoy the Nordic Adventure events as well.


Registration:

Click here to register on Ski Reg

Prices will increase two weeks before the Festival


Contact:amber@nensa.net
Website://bklfestival.com
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March 5, 2016, Bretton Woods Nordic Marathon Bretton Woods Nordic Center, Bretton Woods, NH (NEMS, Zak, Club)
Event Info:

Bretton Woods Nordic Center at Omni Mount Washington Resort invites all Nordic skiers to be part of an epic, classic technique, event to benefit the New England Ski Museum. Staged between the historic Mount Washington Hotel and majestic Mount Washington, the Bretton Woods Nordic Marathon at Omni Mount Washington Resort has quickly become a North Country winter tradition. This 42-kilometer (and 21-kilometer), classic format, cross country ski race showcases one of the largest Nordic systems in the northeast. The course layout provides challenge to experienced racers while making use of terrain that is accessible and enjoyable for skiers of all abilities.

A NENSA Zak Cup & Club Cup & New England Marathon Series Event 


Registration:

TBD


Contact:Ellen Chandler ellen.chandler@omnihotels.com
Website:www.skimuseum.org
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March 5, 2016, Rangeley Loppet 524 Saddleback Mountain Road, Rangeley, ME (NEMS, Zak, Club)
Event Info:

9:05 AM -25K Burt Kettle Classic 9:45 AM -Skate Races in waves 9:55 AM -Tour Registration Details: Until Jan. 31: Race $60, Tour $50 2/1 through 2/20: Race $70, Tour $60 2/21 through 3/3: Race $80, Tour $70 College- HS Team member $50 Entries close 3/3 at 6:00 PM. All entries after 3/3 deadline are $90. Online registration www.skireg.com/rangeley-loppet-2016 Mail in Registration or to register by phone 207-864-4309 Bib pickup: 3/4 4:30 - 6:30 PM at RLTC Yurt 3/5 7:00 - 8:45 AM at RLTC Yurt RAFFLE PRIZES: To speed up the raffle for prizes we will do it as soon as registration is complete. Prizes will be included in registration bags. There will be a TRADE AREA so you will have the opportunity to make trades with other registrants before or after the race. OVERALL AWARDS: Overall trophies/awards will be awarded as soon as we have all 3 winners in each race. Based on previous years� results, overall awards will be presented at approximately: BURT KETTLE CLASSIC � 11:15AM, 25K � Noon, 50K � 1:00PM AGE GROUP AWARDS can be claimed throughout the day, for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in each age group. There will be no public presentation. Check posted results. You may claim your AG award at the PRIZE AREA. We will try to post results every 15 minutes or so. This year we are using only 7 age groups. Junior 0-19, Senior 20-29, 30-39,40-49,50-59 60-69 and 70 and up. We are in the Nensa Marathon Series.

A NENSA New England Marathon Series Event


Registration:

Registration Details: Until Jan. 31: Race $60, Tour $50 2/11 through 2/20: Race $70, Tour $60 2/21 through 3/3: Race $80, Tour $70 College- HS Team member $50 Entries close 3/3 at 6:00 PM. All entries after 3/3 deadline are $90. Online registration www.skireg.com/rangeley-loppet-2016 Mail in Registration or to register by phone 207-864-4309


Contact:rlxcski@gmail.com; 207-864-4309 in season; 207-864-5161 off season
Website:www.rangeleylakestrailscenter.com/events/loppet.html
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March 5, 2016, ME State Team Qualifier Races (for U16 & EHS teams) Black Mountain, Rumford, ME ()
Event Info:

5km x 5km pursuit

details coming soon!


Registration:
Contact:
Website:www.chisholmskiclub.org
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March 6, 2016, 42nd Mt Washington Cup Bretton Woods Nordic Center, Bretton Woods, NH (Zak, Club)
Event Info:

Mt. Washington Cup Bretton Woods Nordic Center, 210 Mount Washington Hotel Road, Bretton Woods, NH 03575 Join us for this 42nd annual 10 km freestyle (skate ski) race. Race course is designed to challenge top masters and U23 racers while still fun for recreational skiers and strong BKL skiers. A short-course BKL event (day-of-race entry only) will also be offered. Please call the Bretton Woods Nordic Center at 603-278-3322 for more information. Cost: Mt. Washington Cup- Includes: trail pass, event entry. Pre-registered skiers may ski at Bretton Woods for $15 per day (February 21- March 5). Pre  register by 11pm on March 4, 2016 (www.skireg.com): $30 (age 23+); $20 (U23) Day-of-Race: $50 (all ages)

A NENSA Zak Cup & Club Cup Series Event


Registration:

http://www.skireg.com/42nd-annual-mt-washington-cup-skate-race


Contact:Ellen Chandler ellen.chandler@omnihotels.com
Website:www.brettonwoods.com
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March 11-13, 2016, NENSA U16 Championship Black Mountain of Maine, Rumford, ME (U16)
Event Info:

Event Info Coming Fall 2015


Registration:
Contact:
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March 12, 2016, Relay For Life Nordic Style Catamount Outdoor Family Center, Williston, VT ()
Event Info: Relay For Life Nordic Style is a wonderful 8 hours of Celebrating, Remembering and Fighting Back to help defeat cancer and celebrate more birthdays. This 12th annual will be held at Catamount Outdoor Family Center in Williston, Vermont on March 12th from 4pm-12am. Teams and participants campout on the snow and participate in fun activities while taking turns on Nordic skis and snowshoes around a set oval and out on the beautiful Nordic ski trails at Catamount. Live entertainment and food are available all night long to keep you and your team up to Celebrate those who have survived cancer, remember those we have lost and to fight back! URL: www.relayforlife.org/nordicstylevt
Registration: Registration is free! Sign up today at our website below!
Contact:matt.goldweber@cancer,org
Website:relayforlife.org/nordicstylevt
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March 13, 2016, 8th Annual Maine Huts & Trails Adventure Ski Race & Tour! Sugarloaf Outdoor Center, Carrabassett Valley, ME ()
Event Info:

Distances: 20K / 35K / 55K

Participants: 200 combined between all distances. 

Timing: Starts will be approximately 10 minutes after the shuttle bus arrives at the starting points: • 10:00 AM for the 20K • 10:00 AM for the 35K • 8:30 AM for the 55K

Official timing and aid station support will end at 2:30 PM for all participants. The course will be swept at this point. Skiers still on trails/course after 2:30 p.m. should be prepared to finish without support.

Course:  The 55K race will start at Grand Falls Hut (overnight reservations required for 3/12/16).

The 35K race will start near the Flagstaff Hut (lodging package optional on 3/12/16).

The 20K race will start off of Long Falls Dam Rd. Buses will deliver skiers to the start.

All distances end at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center. The 20K race will pass the Poplar Hut and the 35K and 55K races will pass both the Flagstaff and Poplar Huts. The course will be well-signed. Use caution and keep your speed in check on the hills….there are plenty. A map of the course and a course elevation profile will be available in January at www.mainehuts.org/ski-race-tour.

This is a classic-technique only event, skate skiing is not permitted. 

Click here for more info


Registration:

Registration: Online registration through skireg.com will open at 8:00 AM on 12/15/15 and will close at 5:00 PM on 3/11/16.

All participants are encouraged to register online in advance however race day registration will be available.

Cost: 55k with lodging $135/Adult, 35k Race/Tour only: $55/adult, $35/Youth(17 & under), $25/person for student teams. 35k Race/Tour with lodging package: $125/adult, $100 youth (17& under). 20K Race/tour only: $45/adult and $25/youth (17 & under)

Lodging Package: All participants in the 55K distance must stay overnight at Grand Falls Hut the night before the race (Saturday, 3/12/16). There are only 28 spaces available for the 55K lodging package so register early! The overnight lodging package includes race fees, dinner, lodging in shared accommodations and race-day breakfast! *35K Lodging

Package: Participants in the 35K distance have the option of staying overnight at Flagstaff Hut the night before the race (Saturday, 3/12/16). There are only 16 spaces reserved for the 35K lodging package so register early! The overnight lodging package includes race fees, dinner, lodging in shared accommodations and race-day breakfast! **Team/Group

Entry: We offer a team/group entry for High School and College teams. The team entry fee is $25 per person for teams of 5 or more people entering the 35K.

Prizes: Prizes for top three M/F in each distance plus many more bib draw prizes for all participants!

 


Contact:cwoodworth@mainehuts.org
Website:www.mainehuts.org
Register: Link to Registration Page
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March 18-20, 2016, NENSA Eastern High School Championship Rikert Nordic Center, Ripton, VT (EHS Championships)
Event Info:

Event Info Coming Fall 2015

www.rikertnordic.com


Registration:
Contact:
Website:
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March 19, 2016, Sugarloaf Ski Marathon Sugarloaf Outdoor Center, Carabbasset Valley, ME (NEMS )
Event Info:

http://www.colbytriathlon.com/sugarloaf-ski-marathon

A NENSA New England Marathon Series Event


Registration:

https://www.skireg.com/sugarloaf-ski-marathon


Contact:cnwight@colby.edu
Website:www.colbytriathlon.com/sugarloaf-ski-marathon
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March 19, 2016, Fast and Female Champ Chat Craftsbury Outdoor Center, , VT ()
Event Info:

Join the Craftsbury Green Racing Project, the US Ski Team and other local professional skiers for an afternoon of fun games, ski stations, and inspirational stories. Connect with your heros, meet other girls interested in sports and hear about life on the World Cup!

For: Youth (8-18) $25

From: 12:45-3:15 p.m.

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Registration:

Click here to register!


Contact:
Website:www.fastandfemale.com
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March 21-26, 2016, 2016 SuperTour Finals and 30/50K National Championship Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Craftsbury, VT (Supertour)
Event Info:
Full information on this Supertour Finals and 30/50k National Championships is availble on the event website at:
http://supertourfinals.com/
 
 
Please note: the junior and senior classic mass starts are going off at the same time (weather-permitting) on Saturday. Juniors will finish their races after 15k (girls) or 20k (boys). 

Registration:

Registration will be open soon on the event website at:  http://supertourfinals.com/


Contact:Ollie Burruss at: ollie.burruss@craftsbury.com 802.586.7767
Website:www.supertourfinals.com/
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