Monthly Archives: February 2012

J4/5s are NOT going to Cranmore on Sunday

Upon further reflection (and by popular demand) they’ll be staying closer to home. If you were considering going to Cranmore, you are still welcome to come to Burke.  For those planning to stay at the Skiway and train, the schedule … Continue reading

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Burke Big Mountain Sunday Details

Burke MT – Sunday March 4th –  I’ve not received many responses from people saying they plan to come, but as there is no need to buy tickets before hand, we are still assuming many of you will choose to … Continue reading

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Quechee Race Saturday Details

  Quechee Race – Saturday March 3rd in Quechee VT.  This is an event for younger MRT skiers together Ford Sayre Devo. Craig, Alex, and Geoff will be leading the MRT contingent. Please plan on having your racer outside and ready … Continue reading

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Results From Suicide 6

Congratulations to everyone on some great runs. All Mountain Results 2-25-12

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Whaleback All Mountain Challenge March 11

On our original schedule for March 11 we had a scavenger hunt at the Skiway, but we have decided instead to participate in the recently organized Whaleback All Mountain Challenge It’s a combination Mogul event and Panel Slalom (similar to … Continue reading

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March 3 & 4, Quechee Race, Skiway Training and Big Mountain Day

Sorry for the long note. A lot happening this weekend, and there are choices both days. Saturday there is a “lollipop” race at Quechee for younger skiers or G.S. training at the Skiway. Sunday we are having a Big Mountain … Continue reading

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Buddy Werner League Finals

Hi Everyone– Ford Sayre skiers capped a great weekend with stellar skiing at Mount Sunapee yesterday in the final Buddy Werner League qualifier. 36 skiers qualified to attend the Buddy Werner State Championships, and an additional 28 skiers (age 9 … Continue reading

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