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Holiday Challenge 2013

Nov 18, 2013

This year’s Holiday Challenge will benefit four not-for-profit organizations that help people in different ways. Three of them use sports and fitness in their work. In combination, they improve the lives of countless people around the world. We hope you’ll join in and help us meet our goal of raising over $30,000 total to support these causes! Continue Reading ›

Using the Online Ranking as a Training Tool

May 10, 2013

For those who haven’t discovered it yet, the Concept2 Online Ranking is a very large and constantly growing database of best times for twelve different distance/time pieces on the indoor rower or SkiErg. Results have been submitted by rowers and skiers from around the world. Its thousands of entries can be readily sorted by event, age group, gender, weight class, country, state, adaptive category and more. The online ranking can be a very useful resource and training tool, even if you never choose to post a PR and rank yourself. Continue Reading ›

The Tour de SkiErg

Feb 04, 2013

There may be a lack of snow here in Vermont but the Tour de SkiErg has been in full swing since Friday, February 1. It's not too late to join.

The Tour de SkiErg is is a great challenge to help you stay focused on your workouts throughout the month--and stay in skiing shape if the weather isn't cooperating in your neck of the woods. The Tour de SkiErg runs from February 1–28 and features a different event each week. Continue Reading ›

Holiday Challenge Round Up

Jan 09, 2013

A new high of $31,434.96 was raised by the participants in the 2012 Holiday Challenge—up about $4000 from last year! This was thanks to the efforts of 2483 individuals who achieved the 200k level, over 5500 who surpassed 100k, and 385 kids and adaptive athletes who rowed or skied 50k—all between American Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve! A total of over 1.3 billion meters was reached—well over 10 million more meters than last year. An amazing nine individuals logged over one million meters each during these four weeks. That’s an average of over 31,250 meters per day! Continue Reading ›

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