|January 30, 2009|
|7:30 am||to||4:00 pm|
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Lakes Chapter Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians
|January 25, 2009|
|3:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
Cross country ski in the afternoon and annual meeting at 6pm followed by supper.
|January 7, 2009|
Meeting of area Finnlanders.
Detroit Lakes Invitational Ski Meet
|January 6, 2009|
|6:00 am||to||3:00 pm|
Detroit Lakes Invitational
10:30 am Tuesday January 6th 2009
**The race will be a continuous pursuit, starting with classic style and a quick change to skate at the halfway point of the race.
**The skiers may have assistance in the change over process.
**If skiers use the same set of skis for both the classic and skate race, the skier must step completely out of the ski binding in the ski transition area before they will be allowed to continue the next leg of the race.
Each leg of the race will be 5 km in length.
***Varsity skiers will ski the pursuit format
***Jr. Varsity skiers will ski only a 5 km Classic race.
***Jr. High skiers will ski a 3 km classic race.
10:00am Coaches meeting
10:30am Boys Varsity
11:15am Girls Varsity
12:15pm Boys JV
1:00pm Girls JV
1:45pm Boys JH
2:05pm Girls JH
Lunch will be provided for coaches and bus drivers.
Coaches will be responsible for recording and turning in times for their skiers. There will be a starter and timer that will have a running clock for each race.
Ribbons will be given out to the top 10 skiers in each race.
Top four skiers from each team will be counted for a team score
Each team will have a room in the basement of the main lodge. Only coaches are allowed on the main level. Skiers please use the exterior stairway.
Please e-mail a race roster to the e-mail address below prior to Jan. 4th 2009
Include skiers names, grades, and what race.
Contact: Dan Josephson: Head Ski Coach
email@example.com or (218) 841-4196
Mitch McLeod: Athletic Director
(218) 847-4491 High School
|January 11, 2009|
Keep in mind there is usually a week or so before the full moon that can be counted on for good moonlight skiing. Some of the most interesting moonlight skiing is after the full moon date has passed and the moon has the best light around 4 or 5am. Skiing in moonlight then skiing into a sunrise is a great experience.