By: Dana '18
With lack of snow everywhere, the UVM carnival was switched to Craftsbury in VT. With a 2.5k loop of snow, they were still able to pull off a 5k/10k skate on Saturday and a 10k/10k classic on Sunday. The skate race was pretty fast and the classic course held up just fine, but the last steep hill in the field was a mashed potato slog-fest, where everyone had to herringbone up. Not all of us may have posted the best results we would have liked this weekend, but everyone pushed together and stayed positive. I believe we are headed in the right direction! The snow has fallen and there is more snow here in Canton!! We'll see you back in Craftsbury this Valentine's Day weekend!
India Harvey '18 composed an awesome poem, using only words starting with the letter C, all in spirit of skiing at Craftsbury!
CCraftsbury’s Classic Competition challenged Competitors.
Concerned College Chics consistently counseled coaches.
Considering climate conditions coaches choose “klister.”
Coffee cured crankiness creating crucial calm composure.
Cool, collectedness contributed confidence.
Crummy corners could cream competitors causing cuts.
Champions composed courage, crushed climbs, Conquering chumps.
Clumsiness caused consequential contagious collisions.
Cutthroats couldn’t choose comfortable conservation.
Chaperones Cheering culminated caring contact.
Captivated children constantly clapped.
Concluding ceremony, Classmates congratulated committed combatants.
College cars contained clean compression clothing.
Carefree, Cheerful Celebration culminated.