Skiing


Kitch and Ryan Deliver Standout Performances at NCAA Skiing Championships

Harvard skiing hit the slopes for a final time this season, putting up a strong performance at the recent 2022 NCAA Skiing Championships in Utah from March 9-12.


Five Harvard Athletes Competed in the 2022 Winter Olympics. Here's How They Fared.

As some of the world’s greatest athletes descended upon Beijing, China, for the Winter Olympics between Feb. 4 and Feb. 20, some of Harvard’s brightest stars were among them. Nick Abruzzese, Sean Farrell, Emerance Maschmeyer '16, Keely Moy, and Remi Drolet represented the Crimson in Beijing, with Maschmeyer claiming a gold medal for Canada.


Hitting the (Xiaohaituo) Slopes: Sophomore Nordic Skiing Standout Drolet Competes in Beijing

Sophomore standout Rémi Drolet is representing Harvard well at the Beijing Olympics. The Nordic skier has competed in three events for his native Canada, finishing 33rd in the men’s 15km classic, 57th in the men’s skiathlon, and helping Canada to an 11th place finish in the men’s 4x10km relay.


I Am Speed

Harvard skiing in competition.


Skiing Takes Seventh Place at Saint Michael's Carnival

The Harvard ski team built on a strong start to the season with a seventh-place finish at the Saint Michael’s Carnival on January 21st and 22nd. Career-best performances were a dime a dozen for the Crimson, with junior Annabel Hagen, junior Emma Ryan, sophomore Liam McNamara, sophomore Elsie Halvorsen, and first-year Mads Groeholdt all having record days.


‘Tis the Ski-son: A Year in Review

The lack of snow in Cambridge this year has not stopped the Harvard Alpine and Nordic ski teams from having a historic season. Last week, the ski team concluded its regular season by placing 10th out of 26 teams at the Williams Carnival.


Hardenbergh, Kitch Compete at NCAA Skiing Championships

Competing in a total of four events over the course of two days, senior nordic skier Hannah Hardenbergh and freshman nordic skier James Kitch wrapped up a successful trip to the NCAA Skiing Championship.


Ski This Way

Harvard Skiing treks upward over the snowy terrain.


Inside Edge: Skiing Season Recap

Harvard is one of twenty four teams sending skiers to Stowe, VT to compete in the national championships, but it occupies a fairly unique place on this list. While most schools come from areas known for skiing — such as Colorado, Utah, Vermont, and Maine — Harvard is uniquely urban, with the closest mountains fit for skiing being one state over.


Fresh Powder

Senior nordic champion Lily Koffman makes her way through the course at EISA championships in February.


Sloping Upwards

For the ski team, bonds can just as easily form during heated debates in the lodge after practice as they can in the team van at 5:30 a.m. Is pasta a noodle?


Skiing Posts Strong Results at Williams Carnival

Among the field of competitive teams comprising the EISA circuit, the Crimson improved upon its own previous performances to score 273 points across both genders and disciplines.


Ski Team Competes at UVM Carnival

Improving their point total from last year at the same carnival, the Crimson ski team scored 293 points and finished in 11th place out of the 16 EISA teams.


Skiing Contends with Icy Course at Colby Carnival

Junior nordic skier Nina Armstrong snagged ninth place out of 90 competitors in the women's 5K, and Harvard placed eighth overall in a field of 13 teams in Waterville, Maine.


Skiing Standout Nadler Named to William S. Broadbent Family Harvard Skiing All-Time Team

Rebecca Nadler '14 will become the first Harvard skier to be chosen to the newly created William S. Broadbent Family Harvard Skiing All-Time Team. She will be honored later this year.


At Regional Championships, Skiing Falls Outside Top 10

The Crimson finished in 11th place out of the 16 EISA teams competing at the event hosted by Bates College.


BRIEF: Skiing Closes Regular Season In Vermont

The Harvard skiing team ended its regular season this weekend at the Middlebury Winter Carnival, where conditions at the Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton, Vermont were ideal Friday after a week of snow, and warm temperatures on Saturday brought out a sizeable crowd to watch the races.


Skiing Takes Home Top 10 Finish at Dartmouth Carnival

“We weren't able to achieve the results we were looking for,” junior Kelly Steeves said. “Dartmouth is a relatively flat hill and unforgiving hill that leaves no room for mistakes.”


Skiing Takes 10th at UVM Carnival

On Friday, the skiing team traveled to Stowe, Vt. for the University of Vermont Carnival where it competed against a strong field of skiers to finish 10th out of the 16 EISA teams. Dartmouth won both the alpine event and the overall.


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