The Subaru Factory Team

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.

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Would having a Visma Ski Classics team in the US improve the overall health of the sport in the country?

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 […]

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The Seder Skier Podcast: “Ski Like an American” – NCAA and World Junior Champ Ben Ogden joins

Gutsy, bold, hard working, mentally tough. A skier with flashy agility and motivated mindset, Ben Ogden’s heart and racing style exemplify the “Ski like an American” mantra. Him and his fearless band of brothers which include Gus Schumacher, John Hagenbuch, and Luke Jager, back-to-back world junior relay gold medalists, are ready to lead team USA […]

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Seder Skier Podcast Ep. 6 – Memoirs of the Multi-sport Athlete, Part 1 – The Kendall Kramer Show

Memoirs of the Multi-Sport Athlete is a series the SederSkier podcast is doing on nordic skiers who participate in some other sport in addition to the one with skinny skis. Alpine (skimeister), cross country running, track, and mountain biking are all activities often juggled by these athletes. In a world where we are increasingly encouraging […]

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