HFL Nordic Ski Swap and Sale

“The Largest One Day XC Ski Sale in the State”
Slated for Saturday, November 18, 2017

The HFL Nordic Ski Swap and Sale will take place November 18, 2017 from 9
am – 1 pm at the Honeoye Falls-Lima Middle School on Quaker Meeting House
Road, Honeoye Falls. The sale, which has been held for the past 24 years, has
often been called “The Largest One Day XC Ski Sale in New York State.”
The public is encouraged to bring in used cross country ski equipment and
clothing to consign for the sale the evening of November 17, 2017 from 7-8:30
pm. Money made from the sale of used equipment will be returned to the seller
less 15% to support local childrens’ and Section V High School Nordic Programs
and nordic trail grooming efforts.
The public sale will open at 9 am November 18, 2017. Used cross country
equipment, demo equipment, and clothing will be available in the cafeteria til
noon. New Nordic equipment and clothing from ski shops around New York
State will be available in the gym til 1 pm.
High School skiers will be on hand to hot wax cross country skis for a nominal
fee. Bindings will also be mounted on-site for an additional fee.

R.N.R. Summer Program 2017

Jason Hettenbaugh is excited to announce registration for the Rochester Nordic Racing Summer Program is now open!

The R.N.R. summer program is a roller ski specific summer training program for athletes J3-U23 (8th grade- college). We have developmentally appropriate programs for all ages and abilities.
R.N.R. has been able to be successful with the support of local athletes, high school coaches, and families. Last summer the program included high school athletes from Brighton, Fairport, HF-L, Pittsford, Irondequoit, and Webster. Over the past 8 years we have had a number athletes move on to ski at the collegiate level and many of them will be back this summer to continue to develop as well as lend a hand it coaching the next generation.
The winter of 2017 was another successful one for all of the athletes of the summer program. The easiest performance indicator for me to look at to gauge the success of the program is Sectionals. Sectionals is where all of the athletes in the Rochester area race each other in an attempt to qualify for state. It’s the one race where as many variables as possible are eliminated. This year R.N.R. athletes had another successful race and the results indicate this.
For the girls we has a dominating performance with 9 out of 12 athletes going to states!! That’s pretty solid! It also continues the streak of at least 1 sectional champion being from the summer program since the beginning back in 2009. It’s also the 4th consecutive year that both the Men’s and Women’s sectional champions!!! That’s pretty awesome!
Here is a quick run down of the distance results listing the athletes who qualified for states. I also believe that 16 is the new record for athletes qualifying for states!
Women:
1. Grace Mattern
2. Bridget Wangler
3. Gabby Wangler
4. Anna Schriefer
5. Cori Conlon
6. Laura Broderick
7. Jing Chang
9. Sara Walter
10. Oliva Templeton
Men:
<1. Andrew Warfle
2. Ian Thompson
3. Sam Trawick
4. Aiden Tolley
5. Casey Woodward
10. Rylan Hodgson
12. Teddy Warfle
With all the success that was had we still have a lot of hard work to put in! I hope that you will consider being a part of the program this summer to not only become better as an idividual athlete but help your team, section, and state become more succesful as well!!
Here is a rundown of the training groups that will be offered.
 Comp Team: 
Comp Team- Designed for J2-U23 ski racers competing at the regional and junior national level. The training focus includes endurance, ski specific strength, speed, agility, power, balance, mobility and flexibility. Technique will be an emphasis and will be an on-going project throughout the summer. Video analysis will be utilized to address specific skier’s needs. This program will provide a solid platform towards continued excellence at the high school and collegiate level.
The program will meet twice a week (Monday and Wednesday).  We will also have practice twice a month on Friday, Saturday or Sunday morning. There will also be specific weekends where we would travel as a team to Mid-Atlantic sponsored camps for those athletes that are interested.
Prep Team:
Prep Team- Designed for J3-J1 athletes competing at the local level with little or no previous roller ski experience. The program will mirror that of the Comp Team in a developmentally appropriate setting. The goal of the Prep Team is to facilitate athlete’s transition to the Comp Team.
The program will meet twice a week (Monday and Wednesday). We will also have practice twice a month on Friday, Saturday or Sunday morning. There will also be specific weekends where we would travel as a team to Mid-Atlantic sponsored camps for those athletes that are interested.
Devo Team:
Devo Team- Designed for J3-J1 athletes who have little to no prior roller skiing experience. The devo or development program provides a developmentally appropriate setting for beginner roller skiers to become conformable on roller skis, refine technique, and learn basic training theories and ideas, as well as providing a base of fitness to build upon in the future.
Program Details: 
The program will meet twice a week (Monday and Wednesday) from 5:30-7:30 and will also have two weekend practices a month. The weekend practices will be announced the week prior.
What the program covers:
Ski specific training from June 5th   – August 16th   2017
Two sessions per week
Two weekend session per month
Video tape technique analysis
Ski specific strength program
Summer training program
E-mail and phone correspondence with coach as needed.
Practice will be from 5:30-7:30pm unless otherwise noted
The majority of our practices will take place at the Ridings of Mendon development off of Bull Saw Mill Rd in Mendon. The majority of our weekend practices will meet in the parking lot located at the base of Bristol Mountain. (Check the website for a map)
For athletes who are interested in the program please fill out the on-line digital registration form no later than June 2nd to confirm your participation. Payment and registration is due on Monday June 5th You can mail your registration forms to me or bring them the first day of practice.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me as well.
For more information and registration forms please visit the website at
Digital Registration form found at Summer Registration
and click on the registration forms link on the left side tool bar.
What you really wanted to know!
Cost: $450 for the summer program. Train for the entire summer for the cost of many week long camps!
Discounts !!! 25% off for a 2nd  child from the same family. 50% off for a 3rd child from the same family.  Example 1st child $450 2nd child $340 3rd child $225  as well as those families on a need basis. For any inquiries in to family discounts please contact me.
College Athlete Discount: Senior Year HS to Freshman Year of College $375. Freshman Year to Sophomore Year of College $275 Sophomore Year to Junior Year of College $150 any participation after Junior year of college is no charge. *College athletes will be required to lead a minimum of 1 workout each summer and or lead a practice for RXCSF Bill Koch athletes.
 Equipment Discounts: For those of you who need rollerskis, poles, bindings and or anything else please contact me as we will be able to purchase most equipment at a significant discount through the generous sponsorship offered through official team suppliers.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail at Jason@rochesternordicracing.com
 Also feel free to forward this e-mail to anyone who you feel may be interested in joining us this summer friends, teammates, and fellow athletes living within the greater Rochester area.
 Thanks
Jason Hettenbaugh
All of the registration forms are on-line at www.rochesternordicracing.com a NYSSRA membership is required to participate in the program. You can purchase your NYSSRA membership here : NYSSRA Membership Link
Insurance rider is covered by NYSSRA