When not winning the overall, Jeb Stone won second; now for the third year running, Jeb Stone takes number one again in an even-quicker 48:12 by over a minute from 2014’s race. Maybe it was annual nemesis and Stone’s good … Continue reading →
From racing regional United States Snowshoe Association (USSSA) qualifiers to the national championships, a constant is Bob Durband on the course, happily trudging trails. This weekend marked a particular notable event in his life.
Recognizable by all, Minnesota’s Jim McDonell now rates as the face of Snowshoe Racing with his Braveheart attire and blue/white face paint. His energy and enthusiasm drives the Braveheart Snowshoe Racing series to one of the … Continue reading →
“It was two nights before the race and zip-lock bags filled with over 8,000 calories of gels, candy, chips, sandwiches and other calorie dense food that wouldn’t freeze in the cold were spread across my kitchen table. Gear filled the … Continue reading →
The 2015 edition took place on Sunday, January 11.
If snowshoe racing is tough, then snowshoe racing in northern New Mexico is really tough. Not only are you trudging over snow-covered trails with an extra couple pounds strapped to each … Continue reading →
A three-inch fresh coating of dry, drifting snow greeted racers at the third Moose Tracks Snowshoe Race on Sunday, January 4, 2015. Winter wonderland conditions existed anyway with 18 inches on trails and much deeper in the woods. This 10 … Continue reading →
Amongst 200 acres sits a beautiful and tranquil resort in the countryside of rural Wisconsin. Justin Trails has been in the snow business for more than 28 years and is excited to announce the first annual Justin Trails Winter Race … Continue reading →