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Subaru National Masters 2004 Quick Update

Fri, Jan 9, 2004

Ski conditions in the area are currently good to excellent. Several inches of fresh snow is forecast for the next 48 hours with cool temperatures and a chance of snow forecast for the entire week leading up to the start of the Subaru NM2004.

Volunteers Needed for Women's Ski Tour

Thu, Jan 8, 2004

We are still in need of volunteer support in several areas for the Women's Ski Tour on Feb 1. Any commitment you can make will be greatly appreciated. Please consider attending the next meeting. It is support of volunteers that make this event a success.

Soo Finnish Ski Club doing well at US Nationals

Wed, Jan 7, 2004

Another local skier from the Soo Finnish Ski Club in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario is doing very well at US Nationals.  Adam Kates, a Soo native, and skiing for Canada has one top ten, one top twenty and one top thirty finish at US Nationals.

How's Cassidy doing at Senior Nationals?

Wed, Jan 7, 2004

Michigander Cassidy Edwards, current J1 Girls Classic National Champion, is competing against the best skiers in the country and finishing within 90% of Olympian, Wendy Wagner.

Tuesday Night XC Ski Sprints: It's Cold Outside!

Wed, Jan 7, 2004

The first Tuesday Night XC Ski Sprints took place at Timber Ridge on January 6 in very cold, windy, snowy conditions, for skiers and spectators alike.

Junior Olympic Time Trial Results from Jan 4

Mon, Jan 5, 2004

This Junior-only race was held at Boyne Mountain after the originally scheduled Boyne Highlands Classic Race was cancelled because of poor snow conditions.

Boyne Highlands Classic is CANCELLED!

Sat, Jan 3, 2004

The Boyne Highlands Classic race scheduled for Sunday Jan 4 is officially cancelled. There is a small possibility that the GLD will move the Junior Olympic Qualifier to Boyne Mountain. Brian Carlson and Nick Baic will be discussing options with other JO coaches.

Soft Snow Conditions Greet Chestnut Valley Racers

Sat, Jan 3, 2004

UPDATED AGAIN! HTML RESULTS (1/5/2005)
UPDATED! RESULTS & PICTURES (1/4/2004)!
Sometimes skiing through mashed potatos, Milan Baic crossed the finish line first to win the 11 km men's race. Megan Madion finished first in the Women's 7 km. In the 7 km Junior Olympic Qualifier race, Julia Coulter and Jared Cregg were victorious.

Chestnut & Boyne are Still a GO!

Fri, Jan 2, 2004

NOON: Just got off the phone with Nick Baic - both races this weekend are still a GO. The Chestnut Valley race will be held on the golf course like last year.

70 oz.'s of Water & Not a Drop To Drink

Fri, Jan 2, 2004 - By Mike Muha

It happens every year: some racer ends up carrying frozen water around the course with them. Here's tips on keep your hydration system from freezing during the big race.

Chestnut Valley & Boyne Highlands' Races Have Snow

Thu, Jan 1, 2004

The Chestnut Valley Freestyle and the Boyne Highlands Classic on Saturday and Sunday, Jan 3-4, WILL be held. Race organizers ask that racers who are planning to attend call or e-mail the race organizers so they can insure they have enough food for lunch.

TART Trails grooming Vasa Pathway

Tue, Dec 23, 2003

Traverse Area Recreation & Transportation Trails (TART Trails) will continue to groom the Vasa Pathway for cross-country skiers this winter despite a lack of funding from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR).

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