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A History of Skiing at Williams College

A History of Skiing at Williams College

Skiing has been a part of life at Massachusetts-based Williams College since the skiing team’s  establishment in 1915, through their Eastern championship win in 1924 to its recognition as a varsity sport in 1950. Ragnar Horn is a keen skier; he supports the ski team...
Williams College Alpine and Cross-Country Skiing

Williams College Alpine and Cross-Country Skiing

Williams College in Massachusetts has a long and rich history of skiing. The Williams Outing Club, from which the university’s first ski team came, was established in 1915, becoming Eastern champions by 1924 through winning the Frosch Cup. The ski team at Williams...
Cross-Country Skiing Norway: Team Ragde Eiendom

Cross-Country Skiing Norway: Team Ragde Eiendom

Team Ragde Eiendom is a professional cross-country skiing team established in 2007 by brothers Anders Aukland and Jørgen Aukland. Team Ragde Eiendom participates in the Visma Ski Classics and is currently the leading team, aiming to maintain that position throughout...
Introducing the Marcialonga Cross-Country Ski Event

Introducing the Marcialonga Cross-Country Ski Event

The Marcialonga cross-country ski event has a history that dates back almost half a century, inspired by the Vasaloppet event that began in 1969 in Sweden. Participants Giulio Giovanni, Roberto Moggio, Nele Zorzi and Mario Crisofolini, the two pairs of winners in 1969...