If you visited the Weston Ski Track on any given Monday afternoon this February, you would have been greeted by the inspiring sight of disabled veterans learning to ski. Their teachers aren’t just any ordinary ski instructors, though. Instead, they are members of the Harvard Nordic ski team who volunteer as part of the New England Nordic Ski Association’s Adaptive Ski program.
This weekend has seen Crimson athletes in action on the national scene. Junior Rebecca Nadler tried her hand at the ...
The junior, who was last year’s champion in the giant slalom, turned in an 18th-place finish in the event on Wednesday and finished 23rd in the slalom on Friday.
The Harvard ski team finished in ninth place at the joint Bates Carnival and EISA Championships in Newry, Maine this weekend. Junior Rebecca Nadler, the defending national champion in the giant slalom, was the lone Crimson skier to qualify for this year's NCAA championships.
While a few members of the Harvard ski team will be back on the very same hill at Middlebury less than three weeks from now at NCAA Championships, most of the skiers enjoyed their last races of the carnival season at the Breadloaf and Snow Bowl.
The Harvard ski team raced to a ninth-place finish at the Colby Carnival, its third EISA competition of the season this weekend at Sugarloaf, Maine, and Waterville, Maine. The result was the second 9th-place finish in a row for the team, which competes in a field of 16.
The Harvard skiing team improved on last week's result by accruing 314.5 points, enough for ninth place out of a field of 16.
While most Harvard students will be spending the week before Jan. 28 relaxing before classes begin or wrapping up a ...
The Harvard skiing team will hit the slopes for the first time this season when the alpine racers compete in the Vermont Carnival this weekend. It will be the first time the Crimson has seen competitive action in over ten months, but a veteran core of returning skiers looks to get the 2013 season off to a solid start.
Senior running back Treavor Scales led the Ivy League in rushing this year, but was recognized by Business Insider for also performing in a German play.
Two Harvard athletes were named to Business Insider’s list of the 22 most impressive students at Harvard on Tuesday. The ...
Key performances from rookies helped the team kick off the season when the alpine skiers made the trek this weekend to Stowe, Vt. to begin its EISA competition at the Vermont Carnival, where the team took 11th place out of 13 teams.
In March, Harvard sophomore Rebecca Nadler did what no Crimson skier had done before—win a national title. Nadler achieved the feat in the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships, edging out Vermont’s Kate Ryley by 0.38 seconds for first place. The win capped a sophomore season in which Nadler also gave Harvard its first EISA Carnival win in an alpine event (the giant slalom) and secured her spot as the greatest skier in Crimson history.
Caitlin Sarubbi was born wih a rare genetic disorder that rendered her legally blind. She skiied for the first time in 2001 with the help of Disabled Sports USA, which wanted to honor her father, a NYC fireman on 9/11.