Don’t like sifting through sports websites? Sick of click-bait articles as your sole source of news? No access to the ink-stained wretches at fishwrap east-side? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s what you need to know from this week in sports – The “Last Dance” wraps up – The ten-part docu-series which elevates Michael […]Read More Seder-Skier Sports Sunday Summary – May 24th
“My SkiErg has been one of the greatest additions to my training as a professional and Olympic cross country skier. My favorite part is that it is so simple to get in a great workout, no matter the time of day, or the time of year.” – Sadie Bjornsen, 2014/2018 Olympian, World Championship Bronze Medalist, […]Read More What is the best indoor training device? Part 2 – Concept2 SkiErg
In 2010, I delivered a commencement address to my 416 graduating peers of Moorhead High School. I tried to synthesize some ideas on legacy – and probably only succeeded in putting a few to sleep. Fear not, for I have a much shorter and likely more effective message for this year’s graduates on the 10th […]Read More Commencement 2020
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On this edition of the SederSkier Podcast, Loppet Foundation Executive Director John Munger joins to talk about the FIS World Cup event which was supposed to be held in Minneapolis this March. It would have been the first World Cup event on US soil since 2001. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the event was cancelled […]Read More Is the World Cup coming back to Minnesota?
Below are my reflections on my conversation with Nathan Alsobrook, the head coach at Bowdoin College. Our podcast will be released tomorrow. Maine’s state slogan is, “The way life should be.” After my conversation with Nathan Alsobrook, who joined us on this episode of the Seder-Skier Podcast, I was left thinking it might be appropriate […]Read More Seder-Skier Podcast Reflections: Nathan Alsobrook – “The way coaching should be.”
The Leadville Loppet is my favorite race of all-time – possibly running and cycling included. It was the second ever race I did back in 2018, so it carries some nostalgia for me in addition to being an excellent, high quality, local event. Now, after skiing the trails for 4 months straight, it has a […]Read More Season in Review: Part 6 – Leadville Loppet
I’ve got to get some of these poles! Great read here.Read More USSPC in Daily Skier
In his memoir, Days of Grace, the legendary tennis player, humans rights activist, and AIDS victim Arthur Ashe asks, “What happened to black America since 1954?” His answer is a 20+ page essay criticizing his fellow black Americans for lowering their moral and educational standards, for forgetting they once fought for true justice and not […]Read More Thanks Mom