Tag Archives: Lisa Lynn

VT Ski + Ride Expo back with new site in Burlington
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October 4, 2017

VT Ski + Ride Expo back with new site in Burlington

BURLINGTON—Vermont’s first winter sports show, the VT Ski + Ride Expo, is coming back to Burlington this year, Oct. 7-8, with a new location: the downtown Hilton.

Vermont’s premiere winter sports show, VT Ski + Ride Expo is being put on by the Rotary Club of…

Local News
February 22, 2017

Vail buys Stowe

By Lisa Lynn

For weeks, the signs have been there: fleet cars with Colorado plates cruising the Stowe Mountain Road, helicopters hovering over Spruce Peak, rumors of Vail Resort’s senior management locked in closed door sessions with the head honchos from Stowe Mountain Resort and…

How Mikaela Shiffrin won the World Cup at Killington
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December 1, 2016

How Mikaela Shiffrin won the World Cup at Killington

Her 10th consecutive Slalom World Cup win, 22nd career Globe By Lisa Lynn KILLINGTON — In the last few minutes of the Audi FIS World Cup in Killington there were six winners. As each of the top women flashed down Preston’s Pitch, the last steep…

Local News
December 1, 2016

Can Killington host another “groundbreaking” World Cup?

By Lisa Lynn “Groundbreaking” is the word Calum Clark used to describe this past weekend’s Audi FIS World Cup in Killington. Clark, a quiet Australian, knows a thing or two about really big events. As vice-president for events for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (U.S.S.A.),…

Local News
April 13, 2016

Vermont Tourism Summit kicks off with glimmers of hope

By Lisa Lynn

KILLINGTON—On Tuesday evening, April 12, the Vermont Tourism Summit, the largest gathering of tourism professionals in the state, kicked off at Killington Mountain Resort in a most appropriate way—with the second annual Vermont Bartender of the Year contest presented by Hotel VT,…

The Battle of the Bartenders

The Battle of the Bartenders

Who’s the best bartender in Vermont? On April 12 a Mixology Battle kicks off the Vermont Tourism Summit

This past season Stowe’s The Matterhorn Bar was named best aprés ski bar in the country. But now the real competition begins: who is the best bartender in…

Greg Salveson wins the Infinitus, a 10-day, 888K trail race
Sports
June 4, 2015

Greg Salveson wins the Infinitus, a 10-day, 888K trail race

By Lisa Lynn

Ten endurance athletes began the 888K, 10-day, race but only one finished: Greg Salvesen completed the 551 miles in 8.88 days. Those that did not finish include Jess Pendleton and  Joel Gat who each completed 456 miles, Rebecca…