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Truckee!

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by Thomas O’Harra When I got to the Truckee area last week, there was little to no snow, anywhere. The temperature was in the 50s, ... Read More »

Jeri

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by Brooke Hartman The aroma of day-old fish nuggets and burned Tater Tots wafted from the lunch line. I sucked in a breath, trying to ... Read More »

Switzerland!

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by Thomas O’Harra After the races last weekend in the Czech Republic, we packed everything up and drove ten hours through five different countries to ... Read More »

The Station

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by Steve Rubinstein I was already worried when he took my hand to wipe at his tears. By then through the wall-high windows I noticed ... Read More »

On Racing

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by Thomas O’Harra So, on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week (the 3rd and 4th, respectively), I had my first two races of the championships. ... Read More »

Travel to Almaty

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by Thomas O’Harra So, it seems that I’ve found myself in Almaty, Kazakhstan. I’m writing this from more than halfway across the globe, sitting in ... Read More »

On Success

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by Evan Nasse Most people, in general, do not often measure themselves in terms of success. I have found that often times those that I ... Read More »

Ultimate Frisbee

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by Brock Fitzgerald Bill Nye the Science Guy once said, “The flying disc is a wonderful thing.” Although mostly known for his bowties and children’s ... Read More »

Gut Flora

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by Ashley R. Escarate Gut flora is the ecosystem made up of friendly bacteria inside your tummy. These bacteria are essential to overall wellbeing (and weight loss) and ... Read More »

Changing Winters

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by Nick Jenkins Abstract: As another winter approaches with growing uncertainty, outdoor professionals across the globe are scrambling to prepare for what is sure to ... Read More »

Equilibrium

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by L. J. Bosela One misstep and she’d tumble, down the far embankment and into the river, to her death. She hated heights; they made ... Read More »

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