It was another big day for Alaska at the second day of the Tour de Twin Cities SuperTour stop, as the Nanooks swept the college podium in the women’s 15K mass start classic finished first in the men's 20K.
It was a Blue and Gold first day at the Tour de Twin Cities SuperTour stop, as the Alaska Nanooks’ Aly McPhetres earned her first collegiate win in the women’s 5K skate while teammate Tyler Kornfield took the top spot in the men’s 10K at Wirth Park in MN.
A team of 35 U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association athletes are competing this week in the International Ski Federation Junior Nordic World Ski Championships and U23 (under 23) World Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic Jan. 21-27.
Ohio Nordic and Hilltoppers XC an organized a 'pop up' xc event on man-made snow. The event was in an enduro format: a 1 hour race on a rolling loop course where skiers complete as many laps as they can in one hour.
Martin Schmalz came on to the Michigan Cup racing scene for the first time ever, holding off Dan Yankus to take the win the 10k Krazy Klassic. Karen Dawson held off Hilary Witbrodt for the women's win.
Nordic ski racing is a popular winter sport in Michigan, and the Cote Dame Marie Loppet, held at Hanson Hills in Grayling, is one of the biggest races in the Michigan Cup series. Team NordicSkiRacer competitor Doug Cornell wears his "hat-cam"...