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Barton Olympians share past, present, and future

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copyright the Chronicle July 26, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — “I hate the cold,” Barton native and Olympic biathlete Susan Dunklee said. The thing she likes least about skiing is not the hours of training, or the five months of the year she spends on t... More »

Girls with Guns inspires a new generation of athletes

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copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Brad Usatch   CRAFTSBURY — The typically serene atmosphere at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center crackled with the sound of gunfire on Sunday as the Craftsbury Green Racing Project (CGRP) hosted its inaugural run of Girls... More »

Susan Dunklee takes silver at biathlon world championships

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copyright the Chronicle March 1, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   BARTON — When Stan Dunklee and Judi Robitaille-Dunklee of Barton went to Austria two weeks ago to watch their daughter Susan compete in the biathlon world championships, they didn’t know they’d see h... More »

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Sargent opens World Cup season with personal best

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copyright the Chronicle December 3, 2014 U.S. Ski Team member Ida Sargent of Barton started off her third World Cup season on opening day November 29 with a personal best — she came in fifth among a field of 73 women in a classic sprint. She ranked top for the... More »

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Susan Dunklee makes history again, returns home

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copyright the Chronicle April 2, 2014 by Natalie Hormilla CRAFTSBURY — Susan Dunklee of Barton returned to Vermont last week, having made history once again. After her Olympic run in Sochi, Russia, in February, it was back to business as usual on the biathlon ... More »

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Sargent joins friends in Sochi for Olympics

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copyright the Chronicle January 29, 2014 by Natalie Hormilla   On the week of her twenty-sixth birthday, Ida Sargent of Barton got some very big news — that she had officially been named to the U.S. Olympic women’s cross-country ski team. “I think when I found... More »