Although Harwood was technically competing at Champlain Valley Union’s Carnival last Tuesday, January 30, it probably felt more like a home race to the athletes at Sugarbush.
Harwood’s racers won the slalom event
Harwood Union High School Nordic skiers were back in Chittenden County this week at a 5K classic race at the Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski and Bike Center in Huntington. There have been a lot of icy races this year so Sleepy
Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS), one of the world’s premier ski academies, announced today that four talented athletes have been named to their respective countries’ 2018 FIS Alpine Junior World Championship teams.
Killington is hosting its second Women’s Alpine World Cup after a successful initial year.
Last year was a monumental moment for eastern alpine racing as Killington hosted the first World Cup event on the East
Sugarbush Racing Club (SRC) celebrated another successful season at its year-end banquet held on March 23 at the Inn at Round Barn Farm. Always a well-attended event, this year 95 members and guests enjoyed food and
The best alpine skiers throughout Vermont came together to win the Eastern High School Championship this past weekend, including five athletes from The Valley.
Harwood’s Rex Rubenstein, Noah Williams, Austin
HARWOOD – The winter sports season is coming to a close but one Harwood team remains alive in postseason play. Harwood has one team still in play and the boys’ alpine team took Vermont’s open division
The Sugarbush and Snowbasin, Utah, ski resorts have joined the Mountain Collective for the 2017-2018 season.
The Mountain Collective Pass grants access to 16 worldwide destinations with more than 51,306 acres of
The Harwood Union alpine team hosted the Harwood Strong Paneled SL race on Monday, February 20, at Mad River Glen. The team thanked Mad River Glen, Jim Komarmi and his MRG Ski Club race staff for a very smoothly run
The Harwood alpine team was the overall winner of the Essex Carnival this past weekend, February 3 and 4, at Smuggler's Notch, a two-day event, 2/3 giant slalom (GS) and 2/4 slalom (SL). Harwood had outstanding
The Harwood Union alpine team raced in the Mach Schnell Slalom hosted by Colchester High School (CHS) on Monday, January 30.
The Harwood team placed second overall to Mount Mansfield Union. Harwood skier Piper
Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) is in a new comprehensive training partnership with the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) that designates GMVS as both a U.S. Ski Team Development Site and as a U.S.
The best skiers in the world came to Vermont to compete in the World Cup at Killington, the first held in Vermont in 38 years. Valley enthusiasts were out in full support of one of their own World Cup hopefuls, Hannah
Tracy Keller is the new Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) head of school. She is current head of school at
Running through a slalom course while being pelted with foam balls or navigating an obstacle course wearing Saran-wrapped goggles are just some of the challenges that Doug Lewis has been putting his campers through since
Tune those skis! The 28th annual Chez Henri Race will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 19, at Sugarbush Resort Lincoln Peak. Well known for its apres-race party with cheese fondue, awards and great prizes, the event
On February 27 and 28, Sugarbush Resort and Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) hosted the final weekend of the U16 VT state girls’ championships at Mt. Ellen. More than 100 racers and their families gathered in the Mad
On alpine skiing’s biggest weekend in Kitzbühel, Austria, 20-year-old Drew Duffy earned his first World Cup points with an amazing 27th-place finish in the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Alpine Super Combined event which took