As we bravely stride into 2021 we are fortunate for folks like Bob Haydock who are adapting to a Virtual world by creating competitive and fun-focused events. The Bogburn motto has always been, “anyone who takes this race too seriously will be disqualified.” In all, 86 participants from nine clubs took part in the event. […]
The Quarry Road Eastern Cup Opener paints a realistic picture of what the races will look like for the majority of our 2021 season. It’s a little quiet, safer than your local grocery, and a lot of fun! Many thanks to Steve Fuller, Ian Tovell and Bill Harmeyer for creating this piece. We will continue […]
This December we were psyched to see Bingo submissions from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont! We even had a few skiers complete multiple Bingos. Collectively, Bingo players skied at Sleepy Hollow, Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Smugglers Notch, Great Glen Trails, Great Brook Ski Touring Center, Weston Ski Track, and Notchview and we wanted to share a […]
One of NENSA’s finest traditions is presenting the John Caldwell Award. This award annually recognizes a single individual, or entity, which embodies the spirit, dedication, innovation, and pride of John Caldwell. NENSA is thrilled to announce Fred Griffin as our deserving 2020 John Caldwell Award recipient. Fred has been involved in the New England ski […]
Chummy Broomhall Award: This award is named after Chummy, who was the Chisholm Ski Club leader for 70 plus years, 2 time Olympian, and builder of the Olympic race courses for Squaw Valley, Lake Placid and Black Mountain. He embodied the spirit of being a volunteer as he was a man who gave his time […]
This past Sunday, a strong field of Mainers toed the line at Quarry Road Trails for an individual start classic race. The course was in fantastic shape thanks to the hard work of the snowmakers and groomers. All event attendees complied with NENSA, state, and venue COVID regulation in addition to completing pre-event and morning-of […]
Click HERE to read and enjoy! December racing updates | NENSA’s 2020 Club of the Year Award | Year End Giving | Women’s Day postponed to 2/21/21 | BKL Youth BINGO in full swing | December Club Virtual KM Challenge reaches 10,000 km’s to date
Club of the Year: This award is given annually to honor a NENSA club that is making great strides in supporting the NENSA mission to sustain a vital and active nordic skiing community in New England. Our NENSA 2020 Club of the Year is Holderness Nordic! When NENSA hosts an Eastern Cup at Holderness School […]
Cross Country Skier
- In Her Own Words:...
When Jessie Diggins collapsed Sunday across a finish line 3.5 kilometers up an alpine ski trail at Val di Fiemme, Italy, she became the […]
- Jessie Diggins...
Jessie Diggins capped off a historic eight days of racing for the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team, with multiple 1-2 finishes, many […]
- The Devon Kershaw Show: Listener Questions, Unexpected Outcomes, and Norway Returns
In the big global picture, much has transpired since Jessie Diggins won the Tour de Ski. On the macro side of things, that being on the World Cup, a break has transpired. On Saturday, the cross-country World Cup returns with a skiathlon. The more notable news is the Norwegian national team will spice up the skiing as they return from a self-imposed hiatus from the World Cup since early December. We also answer some...
- U.S. Biathlon Team Heads to Italy for Final World Cup Before World Championships
Press Release from US Biathlon: By Bill Kellick After back-to-back IBU World Cup events in Oberhof, Germany, the U.S. Biathlon team and the rest of the world’s best biathletes are headed for Antholz, Italy, for the final World Cup races before the IBU Biathlon World Championships. This week’s BMW IBU World Cup event, running Jan. 21-24, will consist of individual races, mass starts and relays. Antholz played host to last year’s world championships and the...