Nearly 140 skiers showed up on a beautiful Sunday morning, ready to race! Despite rain earlier in the week and several days straight of temperatures above freezing, there was more than enough snow for these enthusiastic youth skiers to show their stuff!
Thanks as always to the staff at our host facility, the Leo J. Martin Ski Track, managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, for providing excellent grooming under difficult circumstances.
Thanks to all the skiers, parents, and other volunteers who did so much to make this event a success! Without all of you, the EMBK Sprints wouldn’t run so well.
This year’s race is over, but we hope you’ll join us in 2018. The race is usually held the Sunday after Martin Luther King Day. EMBK welcomes skiers from other Bill Koch League clubs and encourages other eligible youth skiers (up to grade 8) to enter. The Leo J. Martin/Weston course is a public snow-making facility. As long as there’s cold weather, we have snow, regardless of conditions in the rest of the region.