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Not knowing much about the Seven Sisters Trail  race other than it was dubbed the hardest up/down race in New England in Runners World‘s  and it was part of the Grand Tree Trail Series , a few of which I did last fall. So far this is my 2nd in […]

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You’ve all heard of Mud Season in New England. This weekend it was in full force. We had been enduring sub 35 degree temps, rain and wind, all perfect for setting up an optimal muddy moose trail run. I had my eye on this 14 mile trail course as it was a good way for […]

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I am honored to be selected for the winter issue of Endurance Sports Magazine to represent women in endurance sports and also help the sport of ski mountaineering grow to new heights.     As we are nearly into the 2nd month of the year already I am blown away how […]

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 | Posted in People (Interviews) by  | January 21, 2014

January 21st, Posted by SkinTrack

 

interviewed Nina Silitch back in April, 2012 after she won a World Cup skimo race as the first North American ever. It was a sprint event […]

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Oh, Canada! Bienvenue 2014!

On December 30, 2013 By

Christmas day we packed up the family Subaru and headed north with 9 skis on the roof (Santa had not delivered the ski box in time). Thankfully the car was newly equipped with 4 studded snow tires to brave the icy roads left by the arctic air that swept across North America leaving many cities […]

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Our 9 year old has been asking for skimo gear for at least 2 years now and finally at the end of his alpine season, Michael made it happen and this weekend christened the sport together!

He is no stranger to running by my side. This past summer he was a great little pacer on […]

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Dear Friends & Readers,

As I approach my last World Cup Race of the  2013 season, I am asking for YOUR support.  Please consider sponsoring me as an athlete to help reach my World Cup Dreams.

As you know, unlike many other nations who are federally funded to compete on the World Cup […]

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This season I had set a goal to complete the World Cup Ski Mountaineering circuit, and do the best I could in the sprint events. In a competition season that begins in mid december and ends early May, it is not uncommon to miss a race here due to illness or there due […]

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When getting the flu is a blessing in disguise:

It is never easy to stay healthy, virus free throughout the winter, especially when you have 2 young boys in your household. Juggling becomes something we get very good at as parents, and I am not talking about juggling 3 balls. I am talking about […]

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It was a real pleasure to race in Courchevel this weekend at the French National Championships in Sprint. I was happy to feel strong and take the victory for the women, as well as remedy my error from the last world cup sprint in Switzerland.

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