SkiErg

What Exactly is Biathlon?

Apr 22, 2019

Disclaimer: I am trying to recruit biathlon fans in the U.S.
Team USA Olympian Hannah Dressigacker illustrated this guide to biathlon in 2014 while she was competing in Sochi, Russia. Although European audiences for Biathlon events set viewership records, the sport is just starting to catch on in the United States, and Hannah's goal was to help her followers better understand the sport. Many of us here at Concept2 have tried biathlon, and have a great appreciation for the challenges it presents. Continue Reading ›

Tags: Olympics, SkiErg

The Skinny on SkiErg Stance

Dec 28, 2018

The SkiErg offers a great full-body workout engaging arms, core and legs. To get the most out of your workout, you’ll want to set yourself up for the proper technique. Technique starts as soon as you approach the machine and decide where to stand on the floor stand (or on the floor in front of a wall-mounted SkiErg).

SkiErg stance: Too far (left), too close (center), just right at 12-18 inches from flywheel (right).
Continue Reading ›

10 Questions with Pepa Miloucheva

Dec 18, 2018
Pepa Miloucheva graduated from Bulgarian Sport University in 1993 with a Masters degree in Physical Education and Sport Science. A member of the Bulgarian National Ski Orienteering team from 1983 to 1995, she was the 1994 Ski Orienteering World Champion. Pepa came to Craftsbury, Vermont, 22 years ago and helped start the Craftsbury Nordic Ski Club at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center with then-ski director John Brodhead and a few local parents and their kids. Four of those kids have since gone on to race in the Olympics in Nordic skiing and Biathlon. Pepa is now the ski coach of Craftsbury’s Green Racing Project, a development program for Nordic skiers, biathletes and rowers. Continue Reading ›

2018 SkiErg Sprints Results Round-Up

Nov 19, 2018

The 11th SkiErg World Sprints took place November 8-11. Over 2000 people from 34 countries competed in our 1000m virtual festival of the SkiErg.

Six world records were set on the day (highlighted in bold below), and the fastest man and woman in the world both set new marks. For the men, Phil Clapp from Great Britain set a time of 2:49.0 to win the Men's 19-29. The performance of the SkiErg Sprints, however, arguably came from the second fastest man, when Marius Tyrdal Sandmael (Norway) pulled a 2:50.5 to take nearly three seconds off his own Men's 40-49 record. Continue Reading ›

Pages

Tags