Updated Jan. 7, 2015

 

The events of the New England Marathon Series offer a classic cross country ski experience with fully supported courses showcasing some of New England's premier venues. The New England Marathon Series has something for everyone, welcoming skiers of all levels to test thier endurance, or just make the most of a winter's day on courses ranging from 25K to 50K. Elite racers and recreational touring skiers alike are invited to enjoy a traditional ski marathon experience and some of the finest skiing in New England!


 2015 SWIX New England Marathon Series

White Mountain Classic | Jackson XC | Jackson, NH
January 24 :: 30K Classic :: NENSA One Day Club Championship

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Craftsbury Marathon | Craftsbury Outdoor Center | Craftsbury, VT
January 31 :: 50K Classic 

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John Roderick Marathon | Black Mountain | Rumford, ME
February 8 :: 50K Classic or Freestyle 

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Rangeley Lakes Loppet | Rangeley Lakes Trails Ctr | Rangeley, ME
February 28 :: 50K Freestyle 

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New England Ski Museum's Bretton Woods Nordic Marathon
Omni Mt. Washington Resort | Bretton Woods, NH
March 7 :: 42K Classic 

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Trapp Lager Winter Marathon | Trapp Family Lodge | Stowe, VT
March 14 :: Classic 

Sugarloaf Marathon| Sugarloaf Outdoor Ctr | Carrabassett Valley, ME
March 21 :: 50K Freestyle 

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Marathon Challenger Award

With continued support from L.L.Bean and Swix, NENSA will continue to offer the New England Marathon Series Challenger Award. Racers will need to complete a minimum of four races to be counted for the Marathon Challenger Award. M1-M6 must race Full Marathons. M7+ have option to ski ½ or Full Marathon, with the exception of Jackson where everyone skis 30k. Using the M7+ cut off this season to aligns with the standard for Masters Nationals at Craftsbury.

 



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