Normally, you can taste the excitement of running in the air during this part of the late-summer and early fall. Teams sweat out long, hard intervals on humid days and relocate their longsleeves as the leaves begin to turn. It is the time of year that evokes tradition, competitions, friendships, and all of the other […]Read More Cross Country Connections: Dairy Queen Run
Tom Sederquist and Ben Sathre/Part 2: Inspirational Beginnings If you missed part 1, check it out here. Tom Sederquist never really had a Genesis 1:1 moment to his running career. “I don’t even really remember a time where I didn’t run.” His claims of an innate lean towards the sport have justifiable credence, with two […]Read More Cross Country Collections
I finally put storage wax on my skis, which means it’s time for mini-camps to begin in the NFL. Recently at the Seder-Skier we were made aware of a certain publication which not only made game-by-game predictions for the Minnesota Vikings upcoming season, but actually walked through how the game would unfold. This idea of […]Read More Vikings Week 1 Recap
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?