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Vermont Adaptive racer Phil takes a moment to adjust his goggles while coach and Vermont Adaptive athlete Emily Cioffi gives him a few pointers on his pole placement. He sets his poles just in front of the starting gates, and Emily counts him down. She…

4th Annual Snow Ball to Benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Scheduled for Feb. 7; Fundraiser for New Vermont Adaptive Permanent Adaptive Sports Facility at Mt. Ellen For the fourth year, a group of skiing enthusiasts from the Boston area will host its annual Snow Ball…

Andrea Charest is an athlete. She is a sponsored ice and rock climber with Mammut, and holds a Single Pitch Instructor certification and extensive rock and alpine training with the American Mountain Guides Association for guiding others outdoors. She is also a mother of a…

Approximately four years ago, Ray Hamilton was looking for a change. A veteran from Upstate New York, Ray moved to Vermont looking to get away from a hectic home life. When he first got here, he said that he had trouble meeting people, and he…

By Hunter Hedenberg Usually, when you enter the Mt. Ellen base lodge at Sugarbush Resort on a Monday, it’s a bit quieter than the flurry of weekend skiers. A few folks will be there wrestling their boots on, or munching on french fries. This week,…

By Hunter Hedenberg “And that folks, is how you ski” is 14-year-old, Vermont Adaptive athlete Jasmine Mead’s catchphrase. She says it when she’s out on the slopes, but not when you think she would. It doesn’t come out after she’s left her ski instructors in…

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