BY REBECCA BARTON-DAVIS PADDLING In my neck of the woods this time of year, the ski and paddling seasonal overlap.
CHARLIE DEE CROSS COUNTRY SKIING Steve Biggs would recognize Gary Engstrom anywhere. The reverse was not true until recently. They
BY KIERSTIN KLOECKNER Training. The word which equally sparks me and drives me into the ground. This simple two-syllable word
BY MIKE MCFADZEN The Silent Alarm tracks recreation and natural resource issues that affect you. Have an issue in your
BY MIKE IVEY If things had gone according to plan, I’d be lining up Saturday to ski my 30th American
Mike McFadzen lives with his wife Karen and dog Woody near the Kettle Moraine State Forest in Greenbush, Wisconsin. Mike
BY DAVE FOLEY CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING Everyone was a classic skier until the mid-1980s. We dropped our skis in parallel tracks
BICYCLING KIERSTIN KLOECKNER “I hated every moment of training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest
Joe Haggenmiller and Charlie Dee Editor’s Note: Kortelopet skiers should check out the February, 2017, Silent Sport article that reviews
BY RICH PALZEWIC EDITOR I had never competitively skied when I signed up for my first American Birkebeiner in 1998.
WINTER TRIATHLON EVE GRAVES As with many silent sports athletes, I have a tough time determining which activity or activities