Coaches please use Athletic.net to enter all Essex and Burlington host meets.
Open to public to allow any runners, coaches and a family of competing athletes to participate. Run on the same cross-country course - 5km (3.1M) as High School races.
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This course begins and ends in the fields of the Tree Farm Facility. It offers a mix of trail running, hills, and flats, challenging runners with the timing of the hills. It is a spectator friendly course that is perfect for early season racing.
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Starting and finishing on North Beach of Lake Champlain, the fast and flat course runs through city park, woods and on the Burlington Bikepath.
Perhaps the most spectator-friendly course in Vermont, U-32’s course winds through wooded trails and open fields, repeatedly bringing the runners back in front of the fans. Races begin early with opportunities for elementary runners as well as middle and high school athletes.
We have developed a superb cross country course over the past few years. Our 3.1 mile course is run on grass and dirt trails through open fields and through wooded sections. There are flats and rolling hills with one long gradual climb about midway through the course.
Harwood Co-ed Invitational
Arguably, the hilliest course in Vermont. The wooded course lies entirely on the 180 acre campus of Harwood Union in South Duxbury which is the gateway to the Mad River Valley. The meet has a later start time to accommodate those taking the PSAT exam.
Wooded, very hilly trail starting and finishing at Thetford Academy and going through Thetford Hill State Park. It features a lower and an upper loop of about 2 km each. First and last kilometer mostly downhill. Steepest climes between 3rd and 4th kilometer.
Middle School Invitational at Westford School. Cross-Country course runs through wooded trails and open fields.
Middle School and High School Relay races at BFA Fairfax includes 2 and 4 person teams racing on 2.5 km loop.
Missisquoi HS is a flat course with meadows and wooded trails. Run your season's fastest time.
Vermont high school runners compete in 3 divisions for VT Championship individual and team titles. This meet is also New England Championship qualifyer.
Vermont middle school runners compete for VT Championship individual and team titles. This meet is sposored by GMAA.
Council of New England Secondary Schools Principals' Association
The 2015 New England Cross-Country Running Championships will be held on Saturday, November 14th at Therford Academy, Thetford, Vermont.