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2015 Award Winners
Scholarships to Mark Wenzel and Justin Schwarting
Hans Berg Award to Babs Zehren.
Family award to Lackman family.
Pacesetter awards to Rick Barnes, Ron Roloff, Tom Wald, Kathy Beatty, Ross Draeger, Greg Kresse, and Jeanne Alexejun.
Wausau Nordic Ski Club members did us proud!
Those skiing were:
50K Classic: Gary Zimbric 1st in age, Doug Riske 4th in age, Skiathlon (25 SK & 25 CL): Bill Bowler 12th in age, 50K Skate: Mark Wenzel 5th overall & 3rd in age, 25 K Skate: Gary Feltz 1st in age, Haily Feltz 7th in age, Cooper Stamp 9th in age, Morgan Stamp 10th in age, Mitch Stamp 10th in age, 25K Classic: Greg Kresse 2nd in age, 10 K Classic: Rachel Kresse 1st in age, Randy Lackman 1st in age, Al Stamp 2nd in age
AND our Night Gliders – Swept the top 4 overall positions in the 10K Classic – Lauren Lackman was the overall women’s winner with Kelly Giebel 2nd , Erin Achatz 3rd and Olivia Schenzel 4th, while NG Jack Lackman was first in his age in his first distance race at the age of eight! Our NG Ally Swensen was the overall 10K Skate women’s winner! Congratulations to all – it was a great day with temps in the lower 20s and a 30 inch base of packed powder snow.
We also had some fun on some pretty big snow banks!
Snekkevik Ski Race
The Snekkevik Ski Race is the oldest continuing organized ski race in the state held in January at Nine Mile Forest. It is put on with combined efforts between the Wausau Nordic Ski Club and the Wausau Area High School Ski Teams ENTRY FORM
Snekkevik 2015 Results
THANK YOU TO OUR 2015 SNEKKEVIK SPONSORS
Bradley Chiropractic and Physical Therapy
Rib Mountain Cycles
Cedar Creek Dental
Holiday Inn/Green Mill in Wausau
Builer’s Cycle & Fitness
Red Eye Brewing Company
Mel’s Trading Post
Badger State Games
Saturday February 1, 2014
Nine Mile Forest Recreation
COMMISSIONERS Ron Roloff Perry Dau John Burke
Snekkevik 2015 Results
2014 Snekkevik Results
Thanks for Helping With the Free Ski Lessons
Thank you for your very appreciated help with the Wausau Nordic ski club free ski lessons.
This year due to the slow start from low snow attendance was down. We gave 141 skier lessons, which is very good.
Having less students made registration easier, equipment did not totally run out, and it was great to send two instructors out with some classes.
I sure hope we can have a "surplus" of instructors again next year.
Thank you so much for volunteering.
Ski Lessons by Phil
Moving Hips Forward not Up. Today�s lesson will examine the
forward hip position and creating a closed stance.
Congratulations Adam Martin for winning a spot
on the USA International Junior XC Ski Team.
He will be racing in the J1 Scando Cup in Mammaste, Estonia Feb 13 -27, 2012
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