Many thanks to all of our parents for their photo contributions and to Lindsay Jernigan for compiling and making- yet again, another great slideshow.
For those of us that delight in the crispness of Fall and watch the mountain ridges for the first signs of winter, we were excited, thrilled in fact, to begin our season here at MRG in December. After all, Mother
It was looking ominous but what a difference a snowstorm can make. These systems are not uncommon but they always seem to surprise us a little demonstrate their incredible value. No doubt that MRG (pending wind-hold) will be all ahead
With last week’s bounty of new snow, MRG was the place to be. Bottomless turns with the mandate to point them and go; you could do no wrong. Flip the switch and bring the wind out of the south and
We had a good weekend and racing (or trying to race) for most age groups. Our U16s were at Pico, our U14s were at Stowe, U12s at GMVS while our U8 and U10s held down the fort at home. And
All (February) Signs Point to Yes. Out of the gate, we need to thank everyone who played a small or large role in last weekend’s race at Mad River Glen. It’s not something we do often or something we do
With February knocking, it’s hard to pin down exactly where January went. I’m still scratching my head. As we all inevitably find ourselves on the short end of our most valuable resource; time, this past week has left me thinking
As coaching legend and mentor Luc Robillard has said on foggy days more than once, “I feel like I’m wrapped in cotton.” This was certainly the case for our athletes who skied on Sunday. While our U16 and U14 athletes
As we tip the balance on January 2017, we’ll save the usual mid-January report for another time. There’s lots to talk about today! First off (obviously!!!), Alicia, Aidan and I are pleased to announce the birth of Lincoln James Komarmi.
Our first full weekend in January delivered in many ways, business as it should be. That is, the business of training, racing, socializing and ultimately, having fun. Our athletes training and racing at Sugarbush Mount Ellen had successful sessions and