Winter Term

Skimeister 2018

What an awesome 2018 Skimeister! There will be photos coming shortly! In the meantime, check out the results here. Photos from the Skimeister can be found here.

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2018 Skimeister: Sunday, March 25

The 2018 NYSEF Skimeister – Open and FREE to all NYSEF members! This is annually the most fun and wild time for our membership. Please sign up online following the link in the announcement !

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Adirondack Woodcraft Camps

Get 5% and Give 5%! Continue your athlete’s adventure this summer at Adirondack Woodcraft Camps (AWC) to give back to NYSEF and save on camp tuition all in one. AWC is a traditional co-ed sleep away camp for kids ages 6-16 with an emphasis on outdoor leadership and wilderness living skills based in Old Forge,…

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Norah Dempsey Makes U16 Nationals

NYSEF and Winter Term Athlete, Norah Dempsey landed herself a spot to U16 Nationals with a 3rd place and 5th place finish at Eastern Championships in Stowe, Vermont. U16 Nationals will be taking place at Mission Ridge Resort in Wenatchee, WA. CONGRATS, NORAH!

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U14 State Championships at Whiteface Mountain

What a great weekend for NYSEF and Whiteface Mountain! There is some exciting racing at Whiteface over the next few weekends. The U14 State Championships were on March 1-4. At U14 States several athletes  qualified for U14 Eastern Championships in mid-March. U14 Eastern Championships are a series of events including Super G, Giant Slalom, Slalom…

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Soaring in Alaska

Congrats to Tate Frantz who won the u16 jumping competition at Junior Nationals in Alaska and SET the hill record. Did we mention Tate is 12 years old! Great job, Tate! Safe travels home to the NYSEF Nordic Jumping team!

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Updates on athletes in Pyeongchang

The 2018 Games were a wild adventure full of smiles and some disappointment for our NYSEF alums. Will Rhoads placed 9th in the team event and 46th in the Men’s Normal Hill Ski Jumping Competition. Just after the Games began, Tommy Biesemeyer suffered a crash in downhill training that caused him to leave Pyeongchang early…

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News from Gore by Rich Burnley

Mother Nature has not been very kind to folks in the ski business over the past week or so.  Gore has withstood the weather fairly well and is in nice shape for the U16 and U19 Championship races.  We are expecting to have 90 U19 alpine racers and 150 U16 alpine racers brave the elements…

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