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Friends of Middlebury Skiing Letter

Dear Middlebury Skiing alumni, parent, friend and fan,

This time of year finds us welcoming and getting to know our first-year students and happy to have our returning skiers back on campus! We want to thank you for your sustained interest in the Middlebury skiing program, and for your past support. As an alum, a parent, or a past team member, your help allows us to continue to improve as a team and to be innovative year after year.

Many of you have received a letter in the mail asking for financial gifts directed to the alpine ski team.  Feel fee to use the format in the letter or the link at the bottom of the letter.  You may also click on the link on the top right of this page which will allow you to give online.  Or use this direct link to give to the alpine team.

The funding goes toward our fall travel to Colorado which provides amazing early season training that is necessary for the development of each athlete on the team. Without the help of alumni, parents and friends, we could not provide such high quality early season training. In addition, funding has helped provide our end-of-year banquet, the NCAA reception in the East, and the Friends of Skiing event, which we host each year following the Middlebury Carnival. These events offer a chance to gather together and celebrate all aspects of Middlebury skiing. In short, the donations we get from people like you are critical to how we function as a team.  I hope you will take this opportunity to support the alpine teams.  If you would like more information or just want to chat, please feel free to call us. You can reach me at the numbers below.

Stever Bartlett


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Masters Training Day Fundraiser

The Middlebury College Ski Team is offering a one day GS and slalom training day tailored to the needs of masters ski racers. Train at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl on The Cameron and The Lange which are two outstanding training trails. Benefit from training with NCAA Division I athletes and from coaching by Middlebury College Ski Team coaches Stever Bartlett and Abby Copeland. For more information visit  or check out our facebook page. Keywords Masters training Middlebury.

CAMP Tuesday December 23rd – Morning GS and Afternoon SL
SCHEDULE: 8:15 – 8:45 Registration, Bagels, juice, fruit, coffee and welcome words
9:00 – 11:30 GS drill courses and GS training
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch and Sprongo/computer video Review
12:30 – 2:30 Slalom Warm up course and Full Length Timed Training
2:30 – 3:00 Cool Down and review
$120 per athlete. Includes lift ticket. All proceeds go to the Middlebury College
Alpine Ski Team.
Register: Limited to first 20 athletes. To reserve a spot
Contact Stever Bartlett. (802) 282- 2880

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Middlebury Jr. Ski Club Pancake Breafast and Chairlift Rides Fundraiser




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Sharing the road with fall colors

Mary enjoyed the beautiful fall weather recently with a bike ride to the Snow Bowl.  The colors are in full force right now!

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Swimming with the Men's Team

KBR. Swimming. Hunting. School.

Sleeping. Eating. Going to class. Working out. Doing homework. Sleeping. Eating. Going to class. Working out. Doing homework. Sleeping…….

Yup, I’d say the gang is following a pretty good routine lately. Check out some pics from the first two weeks on campus.

[caption id="attachment_4368" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Girls Team at Kelly Brush Ride Girls Team at Kelly Brush Ride[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4366" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Swimming with the Men's Team Swimming with the Men’s Team at Dog Team Tavern[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4367" align="aligncenter" width="225"]Rob Hunting with his Dad and Dog Rob Hunting with his Dad and Dog[/caption]



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Congrats Hig on the win in NZ

Congratulations to Hig Roberts who graduated last spring and has been training and racing this summer to make a bid at national team criteria.  His recent win and podium in NZ will give him an opportunity to springboard onto further greatness.   His win earned him a 7 point FIS result and his podium produced an 11.  He currently holds 9 FIS points which lowers his world ranking from 166th to about 50th .

Best wishes Hig.  Way to represent Middlebury as a recent alum.

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Pushing off to a new year

First years are on campus.  Upper classmen arrive on Friday to help set up for the Kelly Brush Ride and then turn some pedals in the ride on Saturday.  Here comes another school year.    10 seconds…….5,4,3,2,1, GO!

hood picMurphy Roberts at Mt Hood this summer.

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Nice Riding….questionable soundtrack.





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Incoming first year Riley Plant checking in from California

Cross-training! Riley plantRiley plant climbing


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Skiing In Italy

Amanda Reilly (second from right) and Katy Greene (far right) taking a short break for a photo op in Stelvio, Italy.

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