We talk about the most amazing Olympic Trials competitor you’ve never heard of – article here Exciting announcement about a new project we are working on involving a former 3x olympian! We take a deep dive into the history of the ACTUAL first World Cup races in Telemark, Wisconsin. Sports Illustrated article on Jan 1977 […]Read More Seder-Skier Podcast: STOP THE PRESSES! MASSIVE HISTORICAL ERROR ON US/FIS WEBSITE ABOUT UPCOMING NORTH AMERICAN RACES! LISTEN TO FIND OUT THE TRUTH!
Should a high school phenom ever turn pro? Find out our thoughts. Hobbs Kessler recently shattered Alan Webb’s high school 1500m record (also breaking Jim Ryun’s 55 year old U20 record as well) with a 3:34.36. This time is also faster than the NCAA DI 1500 meter record. Kessler, who was a 4:24 miler as […]Read More Skieologians!
Our second season of the Seder-Skier Podcast has dropped with a new episode. Check it out here.Read More Seder-Skier Podcast: Season 2
Part 2 of our Visma Ski Classics special. We talk about the importance of developing a top to bottom, cradle to the grave, community based ski club which is anchored by a loppet/Visma Ski Classics team. Why the support of such a team (Visma Ski Classics) is vital to the overall health of skiing in the US.Read More The Subaru Factory Team
US Cross Country Ski Program Director Chris Grover joins the Seder-Skier podcast to answer questions about last season’s World Cup and how team USA will prepare for the 2022 Olympics. We also asked him what he thinks Jessie Diggins might target next year, what the Super Tour/domestic racing season will look like next year, the […]Read More The Seder-Skier Podcast: Chris Grover joins!
Part 1 of 3 – Visma Ski Classics Special: The state of marathon racing in the US, its relationship to club/community based ski programs, and how both affect you ……and Jessie Diggins. “My vision was to have a high-level program that was community-based, that the community supported and was behind and felt part of. I […]Read More Would having a Visma Ski Classics team in the US improve the overall health of the sport in the country?
As athletes, we all have strengths and weaknesses. From your diaper days in athletics, I’m sure you’ve been harped on to “work on your weaknesses.” Like most statements, this is, in one sense very true. What I would like to remind you, however, is that embracing what makes you “you,” honing in on it, and […]Read More 3 Ways to Improve your Skiing for Next Year – #3: Find Your Secret Sauce
A double episode of Skieologians, the show discussing the intersection of theology, sports, and current events. Would it be consistent for the US Ski Team to boycott the 2022 Beijing Olympics? Find out our take….Why is the NBA silent on the slave labor/detention camps which supply shoe company Anta (sponsors of several big name players […]Read More Skieologians: Double Episode! April 9 – 16th
No matter if my morning workout was an effortless 50k double pole done in record time or a never ending slog where rhythm couldn’t be more absent, as I shake off my coat and stomp the snow from my boats in the entryway of mouse, I’m greeted by a reminder – a sign which simply […]Read More 3 Ways to Improve Your Skiing for Next Year – #2 – Embrace a Growth Mindset