What's HappeningAugust 25,2014Hurricane Hill
race Sept. 13
WHITE RIVER JCT. — The Hurricane Hill 5k/10k Trail Run will take place on Saturday, Sept. 13to benefit the Friends of Hartford Track, a non-profit organization. Parking and registration will take place at the Upper Valley Aquatic Centerlocated at 100 Arboretum Lane in White River Jct.
All participants will receive a 50 percent coupon for day passes to the Upper Valley Aquatic Center during race weekend.
Pre-register until Friday, Sept. 12at www.runreg.com/hurricane-hill-5k10k
Race day registration will begin on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 7 a.m. The 5K and 10 K startat 9 a.m.
The 5K is for runners, walkers, families and youth; the 10K is for runners only and is the official race for the series. The race is a .75-mile walk from UVAC. A shuttle bus will be provided.
The cost is $20 if registered by Sept. 12 or $25 on race day (youth — 13 to 17 years — is $15 by Sept. 12 and or $20 on race day). There is no fee for runners 12 and under.
All pre-registered participants will receive an official T-shirt.
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RICHMOND — The third annual Cochran’s/VARA Dry Land Clinic will take place at Cochran’s Ski Area (910 Cochran Rd., Richmond) on Sunday, Sept. 14 from noon to 5 p.m.
This event is a joint effort between VARA and Cochran’s.
It is a program put together for the VARA membership and is also open to other states memberships. This is a great opportunity for young ski racers and coaches to experience a day of fun dryland conditioning with some of this country’s top ski racers.
The event will be run by 2013 World Championship Team member, Robby Kelley, US National Champion & Olympian Jimmy Cochran, NCAA Slalom Champion Timmy Kelley, current members of the UVM Ski Team and college coaches. The clinic is open to all ski racers and coaches.
The check-in will begin at noon.
From 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. the clinic will be conducted by Robby Kelley, Timmy Kelley, Cochran, and University of Vermont Ski Team members. Attendees will be introduced to a variety of dryland workout sessions and will have the opportunity to challenge themselves on three US Ski Team fitness tests (vertical jump, broad jump and pull-ups).
At 1 p.m. there will be a tuning clinic.
At 3:30 p.m. USST Racers and UVM Racers will signautographs.
There will be a silent auction and barbeque at 3:30 p.m.
Registration: Please register on our website www.cochranskiarea.com. Please be sure to give your T-shirt size.
The fee is $25 which includes a T-shirt and the barbeque. Much more will be going on and as the day builds out we will update the details on www.vara.org and www.cochranskiarea.com.
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