Moosilauke Time Trial – Fall 2012

As FasterSkier mentioned the other day, the Dartmouth Ski Team’s Moosilauke time trial is a pretty neat data set, since they’ve kept the data going back quite a ways. Interpretations are sometimes a challenge, since the course has changed from time to time when trail work is done. My sources tell me that in addition to the weather being horrendous this year the trail was slightly rerouted, possibly adding some distance to the course.

Given all this, the times were a bit slow (click for full version):

Those are only the fall term runnings, and 2011 is missing, since those times appear to be missing on the official historical results.

Related posts:

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  2. How Did Kikkan Randall’s 2012 Sprint Season Compare?
  3. Moosilauke Time Trial
  4. Sprint Heat Time Trends
  5. USST 2011-2012 Preview

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