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NMU's Kyle Bratrud crushes the competition by 50 seconds
NMU's Kyle Bratrud crushes the competition by 50 seconds

NMU's Kyle Bratrud crushes the competition by 50 seconds

1/5/2015 - By CCSA

NMU coach Sten Fjeldheim didn’t expect Bratrud to win, but he said, “I knew it was a possibility, and not just him: we have Adam Martin, Fredrik Schwencke, and Erik Soderman."

Bratrud and Gregg take 15K/10K Freestyle titles
Bratrud and Gregg take 15K/10K Freestyle titles

Bratrud and Gregg take 15K/10K Freestyle titles

1/5/2015 - By USSA

With temperatures in the single digits, fresh snow and blowing winds, the conditions at the Michigan Tech Trails in Houghton, Michigan played a big role in sorting out the first winners of the week long U.S. Cross Country Championships.

Bjornsen  and Stephen finish 14th and 15th in 10k classic pursuit
Bjornsen  and Stephen finish 14th and 15th in 10k classic pursuit

Bjornsen and Stephen finish 14th and 15th in 10k classic pursuit

1/4/2015 - By USSA

Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, WA) and Liz Stephen (East Montpelier, VT) finished 14th and 15th respectively, just two seconds from each other and fifty seconds away from the podium in a 10k classic pursuit.

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Sadie Bjornsen takes 7th in Tour de Ski prologue
Sadie Bjornsen takes 7th in Tour de Ski prologue

Sadie Bjornsen takes 7th in Tour de Ski prologue

1/3/2015 - By USSA

Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, WA) kicked off the seven stage Tour de Ski with a strong 3 kilometer prologue Saturday in Obersdorf

Five Things to Know About US National Championships
Five Things to Know About US National Championships

Five Things to Know About US National Championships

1/3/2015 - By USSA

Cross country ski racers from across America will be vying for titles and team spots this week as the U.S. Cross Country Championships come to Houghton at the Michigan Tech Nordic Training Center with several hundred skiers expected for the Jan. 4-10 even

White Pine Stampede Chief of Course passes away
White Pine Stampede Chief of Course passes away

White Pine Stampede Chief of Course passes away

12/31/2014 - By Mike Muha

I am sad to report that a fixture of the White Pine Stampede has passed away. Bill Fleet, Chief of Course for the White Pine, died of cancer on December 30, 2015. His obituray from Mortensen Funeral Home is below. We will miss Bill...

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Tricky conditions in Davos freestyle sprint
Tricky conditions in Davos freestyle sprint

Tricky conditions in Davos freestyle sprint

12/21/2014 - By USSA

Kikkan Randall finished 9th in the Davos sprint, even after losing it on some ice. Sophie Caldwell slipped climbing the sprint course uphill, landing briefly on her knees, finishing 11th.

Liz Stephen skis to 12th in Davos 10K freestyle
Liz Stephen skis to 12th in Davos 10K freestyle

Liz Stephen skis to 12th in Davos 10K freestyle

12/20/2014 - By USSA

Liz Stephen (East Montpelier, VT) skied a strong 10k effort to finish a minute back from dominant Norwegian Marit Bjoergen in Saturday’s freestyle event in Davos – a big confidence booster.

Four US skiers qualify for sprint
Four US skiers qualify for sprint

Four US skiers qualify for sprint

12/14/2014 - By USSA

Ida Sargent, Sophie Caldwell, Kikkan Randall and Andy Newell all qualified for the freestyle sprint in Davos, Switzerland.

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US women 21, 22, and 23 at Davos 10k classic
US women 21, 22, and 23 at Davos 10k classic

US women 21, 22, and 23 at Davos 10k classic

12/14/2014 - By USSA

The U.S. women demonstrated their collective potential finishing together with Liz Stephen (E. Montpelier, VT) in 20th, Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) in 21st and Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, WA) in 22nd, just six seconds apart from each other and forty seconds.

Shake it off
Shake it off

Shake it off

12/11/2014 - By Anja Gruber

Friday's sprint qualifier felt like your typical first race: Too short, too fast and all over the place. At least, I thought, it was only going to get better from there...

Sadie Bjornsen 18th overall in Lillehammer mini-tour
Sadie Bjornsen 18th overall in Lillehammer mini-tour

Sadie Bjornsen 18th overall in Lillehammer mini-tour

12/8/2014 - By USSA

Sadie Bjornsen skied strong to finish 18th overall in Sunday’s 10k pursuit race, the last of the Lillehammer World Cup mini tour, and 18th overall for the tour.

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