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Brody Halverson (front) of Mora pushes himself during an uphill stretch of the second annual Swedish Mile Trail Run on Saturday, Sept. 29. The Swedish Mile 5K and 10K Trail Run on the Vasaloppet Ski Center Trails serves as a fundraiser for Vasaloppet snow-making and other improvements. 

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13K Freestyle first male: Isaac Miller, 16, of Little Canada, Minn. Time: 33:35

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42K Classic first male: David Chamberlain, 38, of Boulder, Colo. Time: 2:02:42

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58K Freestyle first male: Matt Liebsch, 30, of Orono, Minn. Time: 2:21:09. This is Matt's 5th consecutive win at the Mora Vasaloppet, putting him into the Vasaloppet Hall of Fame

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58K Freestyle first female: Natalja Naryshkina, 29, of Russia. Time: 2:43:09

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35K Freestyle first female: Elaine Nelson, 34, of Duluth, Minn. Time: 1:33:20

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35K Freestyle first male: Nathan Porath, 31 of Northfield, Minn. Time: 1:23:31

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13K Freestyle first female: Alyson Welch, 14, of Rochester, Minn. Time: 39:29

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42K Classic first female: Hilary Patzer, 34, of St. Paul, Minn. Time: 2:24:19

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During 2012, the Kanabec County Art Association (KCAA) will celebrate 50 years of supporting the arts in the area. The art association was actually the first rural arts organization formed in the state. The Vasaloppet Art Show will kick off a yearlong celebration at St. Mary's Parish Center.

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Bright sunshine and rapidly warming temperatures Saturday brought the Vasaloppet USA board of directors to a conclusion they all knew would happen if forecasted warm and sunny weather arrived; cancellation of the 2012 40th anniversary race scheduled for February 12.

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The Moraloppet Ski for the Cure 5km Tour will be a walk this Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Vasaloppet Nordic Center.

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A number of different options for celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Vasaloppet were discussed at a special Vasaloppet meeting Monday evening.

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The annual Lanternloppet on Saturday, Jan. 28, will be a walking event on a shortened course if the lack of snow persists.