Nordic Ski Team
Cross-country skiing has been a part of Dublin School's DNA since its inception in 1935. Dublin students spent fall afternoons playing soccer, November cutting and clearing alpine and Nordic trails, and the rest of the winter skiing. In recent years, cross-country skiing has enjoyed a renaissance at Dublin School with over 30 student-athletes ranging from novices to high-performance athletes engaged in the sport. One of the top Nordic programs in New England, we have achieved significant success winning multiple championships.
Our fully homologated Nordic Center is one of the most enjoyable and exciting ski venues in the east. The trails reach 1800 feet above sea level, face north, and receive and retain significant snowfall. The School recently completed a brand new Outing Club that has ski storage, waxing rooms, a ski lodge, and a new trail to the Nordic Center from the front door.
The senior girls after their big win.
Quinn and Aaro skiing around one of our many lakes.
May waiting for me to fail.
Coach Maddock and the crew on Mt. Monadnock.
Saturday morning, April 7th with 7" of pow!
Skiing to the Dublin General Store!
From Dublin to Utah! Lilly and Aggie after their first race at Junior Nationals.
Lilly and Aggie after their first race.
Head of School Brad Bates competed at the Nordic Masters World Championships in Minneapolis MN on January 21st and 22nd. The Masters World Cup is only held once every ten years in the United States and this year's location gave Brad an opportunity to fulfill a long-term goal and to visit some alumni in the upper mid-west. In fact, former head and Dublin founder's son, Michael Lehmann, flew in to serve as a part of Brad's support team for his two day's of racing.
The Nordic Center after the ice storm.
Skiing on Upper Field.