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Section Wrap-up, JH / JV Championships, HOT DOG & SMORES, Last practices....
Feb 10, 2012, 8:15 pm

The section meet brought us many great results and end-of-the-season, personal bests!

 

                              

Congratulations to "Sam Johnson" and "Emma Greenlee" for their acquired State Berths! Placing second and fifteenth, these two skiers will race in the State Meet on Thursday at Giant’s Ridge, against the best of the best throughout Minnesota.  Good Luck!!   Congratulations also to our boys & girls teams, who placed 3rd and 4th respectively- out of 11 schools- you know how to ski fast too! All of the dedicated hours put forth from November 15th, has paid off in several meaningful ways, that I believe, everyone on our team can relate to.  It was an exciting day of racing! Get all the details at www.skinnyski.com – under the Section 7 headline. Lots of great pics of our skiers too! (thanks Ron!)

 

                          

On Monday, the Jr. High & Jr. Varsity will show their side of skiing with the Championships at Spirit Mtn. in Duluth. The Jr. High will compete against their own grade levels, while the JV skiers are comprised 11th & 12th level skiers. This is a skate race held on part of the alpine course.   I know these skiers will load up the podiums and bring home lots of hardware too!  

 

MYSL update: I have receivd notice that there will not be any MYSL ski lessons on Sunday, Feb. 19th, due to the Presiden'ts Weekend Holiday.  For the skiers who have signed up for this day, please change your date to either: Sunday, Feb. 12 or Sunday, Feb. 26th.   

 

Here is the outline for the team’s last week of practices & meets:

 

  • ·         Monday, 2/13- JH/JV Championships at Spirit Mtn &

                 practice for those skiing the CB relays or State Meet                                   

                                                   

  • ·         Tuesday, 2/14 last practice for all team members & uniform turn-in  day &  HOT DOG ROAST & SMOR’E’s at Trapper’s Creek Cabin. Ride the chairlift up to the Summit, ski the Bronze to Trapper’s Creek. Or – SKI all the way- there!   *Bring your own beverage*

                              

   *** Please return all uniforms on this day unless you are racing on Wed. or Thurs., or skiing on Sat. at Book Across the Bay ***

 

  • ·         Wed, 2/15Pep Fest at Mesabi East, (tentative) 8:15. Hoping to have all skiers-from E-G & VA & ME in attendance. Working on transportation details with EG/VA schools. This is a fun send-off for our State skiers, and a great way to show off our whole team at Mesabi East !!  

-  Charlie Bank’s Relays- 1pm at Giant’s Ridge.         

                                   

  • ·         Thurs. 2/16 STATE MEET - 10:00 Giant’s Ridge.  Come to cheer & support Sam & Emma if you can!

Upcoming for the SKI TEAM - week of Feb 6-10, & "THE BOOK"
Feb 5, 2012, 11:55 pm

What a great day for our young men & women at the Cook County Invite on Friday!   The guys brought home a 3rd place trophy, while the gals took 5th overall. This race was the final “tune-up” before the Section race, for our Varsity skiers to see where they stand with their competitors – on an individual and team basis.  Many of our skiers participated in their first ever pursuit race, which consisted of a different course on the Pincushion Trails for both the skate (5.3k) & classic (5.6k) races.   Our teams were determined to (out ski) some other schools, and they did. They also received many compliments on their “new” uniforms.   Our team looked good! A video re-cap of the race can be found at www.wtip.org, while results are online at www.boreal.org/~durfee.

NICE PERFORMANCES  SKIERS!!!

                                                              

 

 

New Uniform Care: Wash in cold water. Do not wash with team warm-up pants. The velcro can attach to the lycra fabric easily and cause pilling. Do not dry in the dryer. HANG DRY. These 2 piece suits are very expensive. Let’s get many many years out of them!

 

As we look to our BIG DAY … the Section 7 MEET.

-          Monday, Feb. 6 – Classic. Work on Section Course. Time Trials for those not attending Friday’s race. Section teams to be determined.

-          Tuesday, Feb. 7- Classic.

-          Wed. Feb. 8- Wax & Team dinner.

-          Thursday. Feb 9- Section Meet . First race is at 10:00 am. Skiers need to be at GR at 8:00 am.

 

 

Next week will also be very busy as we have the :

 

Jr High & JV Championships on Monday, 2/13; (place yet to be determined)

the Charlie Bank’s Relay’s – two (2 x 4) relay teams, on Wed. 2/15;

and the STATE MEET on Thurs. 2/16.

That’s it- for the season!

 

 

With that in mind, some ski fun is in the works….

                      

 

There has been lots of interest from skiers to attend the “Book Across the Bay” event again this year in Ashland, WI.   The date is Sat. Feb. 18, at 6pm. This is a fun family tour and race of many different themes. Walk, run, snowshoe or ski a 10k (no hills!) at dusk across the Chequamegon Bay , starting at Ashland and finishing across the frozen pond- at Washburn.   Thousands of luminaries light the course with a great ending of the biggest bonfire you’ll ever see.   We are again staying at the Americinn in Ashland, with compliments of Jody Guy-Krulc’s nephew (Todd- general manager) that offered our team a great rate of 69.99 per room.  

 

 

If you’re interested in going, give the Americinn a call & ask for Todd and check out the info about the Book Across the Bay can be found at www.batb.org.   Come join us and other ME/VA/E-G skiers for a great evening of skiing and fun!

 

 

AmericInn of Ashland

3009 Lake Shore Drive E

Ashland, WI 54806

 

(715) 682-9950

(800) 634-3444

www.ashlandwaterpark.com


The Yesterday's, Time Trials, Friday's Meet.
Jan 28, 2012, 11:18 am

 was great to see many of our skiers out this weekend skiing! Good job at "puttin' in the extras!"  I know the Giant's Ridge Youth Ski League folks are also happy to see our team members on this past month of Sunday's, and the little skiers- look up to our big skiers! You guys make me proud of the time you are giving back to this organization, along with the Jr. Nordic Club.  I believe many of you received your first ski lessons on those Friday nights, many, many years ago!  Old memories of the younger ski years were also viewed last night after practice on the 2008 ski team video.  The common question was- "Is that really me?"   Now many of you are seniors, juniors & sophomores.  WOW!! 

        

                        

 Getting back to the present, yesterday's TIME TRIAL was fun to observe.  The Silver 5K course wasn't as tough as many thought, and that was a WONDERFUL thing to hear!  Us coaches are looking forward to seeing what will happen at Sections next week.  The next time trial is Monday, for the classic portion of the pursuit- up the Cedar. 

 

Noticeable also, was our -1st year skiers- they have turned the corner, and they are skiing very well!  These skiers will show what they have at the Jr. High Championships on Feb. 13.  Keep rockin' and you'll be on the podium!!

 

There is lots' of real snow at the Pincushion Trails in Grand Marias and it will be great to ski somewhere (new) on Friday.  Overlooking the big lake is always a bonus. It is an early morning, as the bus pulls out of Mesabi East at 6:30 am. VA & E-G skiers come to ME on this day to board the bus. We should be back in Aurora around 6-6:30 pm. The big stop is at the Holiday in Tofte, so bring money if you want to pick up food / beverages on the way up and back. The Cook County team also provides a wonderful spread of artesian breads, along with homemade soups and cookies.

 

Last but not least, Congratulations to freshman skier- Paul M. on his homecoming nomination. “Prince Paul” has been reigning over the snowball week at Mesabi East this week.

See you on the trails! 

 

  

Last Race, Next Race and the week ahead....

LIVE VIDEO STREAMING for FRIDAY's COOK COUNTY RACE!

a note from the Cook County XC coach

Hello Coaches,
The Cook County Invite will have live video streaming as well as radio coverage of the classic portion of the pursuit. Its easy to do: just go to wtip.org and click on the live video link. Please pass this info along to your athletes' families and fans. Pincushion is in good shape, especially away from the stadium. We are altering the courses slightly to bring skiers back through the stadium on the lap and have a new finish that is slightly uphill instead of the too fast downhill finish. This will make for great spectator viewing. See you Friday.
Mark Summers

 

  

 

A TEST of our STRENGTHS were revealed at our first true Varsity pursuit race of the season this past Thursday at Mt. Itasca. The classic race certainly proved to be in our guys’ favor, and it was great to see them attack the course and this race with gusto! On the girls’ side, there is promise, but patience is a must. Final standings showed that we have determination. Now we need to roll it all together for the big package! The younger crowd of our team made their way to the podium with lots of top ten finishes also.  Keep it going skiers!  Captains awards to follow on Monday. Results are at www.boreal.org/~durfee  New pics added in the photo gallery too.

 

Our Friday night of “Tubing Technique” was a fun way to end our ski week.  It was great to race each other and form the “trains” at a non (ski) practice! Team unity / bonding is always something that I strive to work on within our (three) school ski team....  it was a laughable & silly evening! 

  Laughing 

                                                                                    

                            

THIS NEXT WEEK  will bring on our serious skiing side, as we prepare for our last regular ski meet of the season (Friday, Feb. 3) at Cook County and the following week’s big one- the section meet – (Feb. 9th) at Giant’s Ridge. Time trials for all of our V & JV skiers, along with the results from the upcoming Cook County meet, will play a role in determining the Section Teams.  Along with that,  our NEW UNIFORMS are in!!

   

Race help is needed at the Section meet, more info is provided from Deb Maki below.

 

Enjoy the recent snowfall – and get out on some newly opened trails this weekend!

 

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Hello Parents & Skiers:

 

It’s that time of year again.   I’m starting to plan the Section 7 Meet and will need workers for the meet being held on Thursday, Feb. 9th.   With the nice snow that Giants Ridge received 4-5”, John Filander is planning on using the usual high school loops that we use every year.   So, we have enough snow to run a normal race.

 

Looking for workers to report to the Timing Bldg on Thursday, Feb 9th – 9:00 am.  This is a bib race – no chips, so bib jobs will be there, working crowd control out on the ski course, ski controllers – technic workers, a few timing jobs – inside and out, and asst. starters.    Please let me know if you are available. 

 

Thank you.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Deb Maki

Race Coordinator

1-800-688-7669, ext 8072

pepsichallenge@giantsridge.com

visit us at www.pepsichallengeskirace.com


SKI WEEK- Jan. 24-27.
Jan 24, 2012, 10:07 pm

WHAT’s NEW?

 

              - TEAM BANQUET- is set for Sunday, Feb. 26th at the Biwabik Pavilion.

                 More   details to come.

 

-       (more)  Team Hats & Headbands are in. They are $ 14.00 each. Cash or check. Make check out to:

Mesabi East / VA / E-G Nordic Booster Club.

 

-          (not new)! - Mt. Itasca. The Duluth East Invite will be held here on Thursday. More info on the meet schedule page.

 

-          CONGRATS! to the SPELLER on our team- Emma Greenlee. Second year in a row, that Emma won the “BEE”. Good Luck at your next round!

 

-          A FANTASTIC FRIDAY of PRACTICE – is coming up. Since we don’t have a meet – this Friday- Jan. 27th, we are going to practice…. our….    “TUBING TECHNIQUE” at Giants Ridge.  Practice will be from 4-6pm or till 7 pm if you want to stay later. Giant's Ridge has a special on Friday nights, where the tubing is 1/2 price.  Instead, of $ 15.00, the fee would be $ 7.50. The Fisherman's Pt. 5K fund is paying half, so for each skier, the price is $ 3.00 per person for the 2 hour session.  Sign up on the bulletin board. 

 

     TUBING at GIANTS RIDGE: January 2 thru March 18:
  Friday - FANTASTIC FRIDAYS, JAN. & FEB.! 


3 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Tubing Rates

2-Hour Session, per person

Each Additional Hour, per person

Individual

SAVE 50% ON FANTASTIC FRIDAYS IN JANUARY & FEBRUARY! TUBE FOR ONLY $7.50/pp

$3

 

 


UPDATES, PRACTICE, MEETS, Jr. Nordic Skiers, & BRR!!!
Jan 20, 2012, 10:48 am

GREAT PRACTICE sessions- on FRi & SAt!  Loved to see all the "trains" up and down the Summit Friday evening!   To get out on the Silver Trail- that was quite a treat on Saturday- & we are looking forward to reviewing the technique video's that were captured also. 

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!  To maximize our practice's, we will be changing things up a bit for the rest of the season.

THIS WEEK at PracticeWith the earlier arrival's of our VA & E-G skiers, there is no reason why we can't be - "OUT THE DOOR at 4".  GEAR ON. WAX ON.  SKIS ON.  Check out the bulletin board for your group & instruction.  Practice wrap-up & coach sermon after practice- at 5:35.  

 

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BRRR!! It is WINTER!  The snowfall from Wednesday has certainly freshened the trails up- and we are making good use of our time on the Section & State Courses. 

 

We are on to week 3 of our Jr. Nordic Ski Club.  So far, we have seven students (5th & 6th graders) from Mesabi East & Virginia. This is an enthusiastic and fun gathering of young skiers. Their classical technique is catching on! Thanks to Paris & Carly for helping out on these Wednesdays.

 

Our schedule is mixed up again; our Saturday Varsity / JV practice will now be from 1-3pm. (due to the predicted cold morning). Monday’s practice at the Shore, did not garner much commitment from our V/JV team members. We will not have an official ski practice on this day. Ski on your own.

 

Looking ahead, update your ski meet calendar. Our next ski meet is the Duluth East Pursuit, but it will be held on Thursday, Jan. 26 at Mt. Itasca. (not Friday, 1/27 as posted). This will be our first true pursuit- a 5k Skate in the morning, and a 5K classical in the afternoon. This is the section & state race format. Races for JV & Jr. High are also on the line-up.

 

 

 

The Tuesday “Classic Sorenson” (named after Glen Sorenson- longtime coach & teacher from Proctor) was a blustery & brisk one, but our skiers fared well. Again, improvements were noticed from the last meet, but we are always fine-tuning our technique to get things just right- and take the bad habits off our ski list. Results are posted at www.boreal.org.   It was a scarce meet- lots of skier’s (from many schools) were missing due to final exams.

 

Kudo’s to all who raced!  And more kudo’s to our senior from E-G & secret “math –skilled skier”- Jake Dahl.  Nice article of Jake’s math apps. & endeavors in Tuesday’s MDN.  Wow!  We have quite a team!!!  

Wink  

 

Captain’s awards for this meet went out to:

 

Katelyn Babich- BEST placement in finish.

Emma Hafdahl- Best CRASH!

Bennett Maki - Best FROSTY BEARD…!

 

Our Saturday Ely meet, was cozy and quaint with only a handful of schools making the trek north.   Grand Rapids, Deer River, Hibbing and our team took to the real snow with enthusiasm.  We had lots of great finishes from all of the ME/VA/E-G ranks, and some surprises too!   Race results at: www.boreal.org.   Check out this week’s local paper- the Range Times for some ski pics & postings too.

 

Captain’s Awards…..

 

Spencer Krog- Best Surprise Finish! An awesome performance by this 8th grade skier.

Sam Johnson- Best “Ely” Ski Team Member … seen to be hangin’ with the Ely squad lots.

Chaz Herzog- Best OVERDRESSED skier!

 Katelyn Lebeque - A Best FIRST RACE!

 


Ely, Weekend skiing, Tuesday's RAce .... & the other stuff...
Jan 13, 2012, 12:20 pm

Time Change for Proctor Invite at Mt. Itasca-  on Tues. Jan. 17. START TIME is NOON.  (due to forecasted temps). Bus leaves ME: 8:45, E-G: 9:05, VA: 9:30.  

 

 

Saturday's meet in Ely was a refreshing change for a couple of reasons: 1) skiing on real snow, it felt - right!  2) An actual 5k + course for our V / JV guys & gals- which was noticeable to some of our skiers- to put some more Kilometers on- in your spare time... congrats to Sam Johnson for his first place podium victory!  Also kudo's to Coach Jenna on her first place finish for the 42k SISU Race in Ironwood, MI on Saturday!  Check out Saturday's results at www.boreal.org/~durfee.  And... 

 

It was great to see some of our team skiers out on Sunday-"putting the exrta's in", on the trails, and helping out with the Giant's Ridge Youth Ski Program. 

 

 A statement that recently caught my eye ...   "Skiing is just you, the work you put in, and the clock. You can't cheat yourself.  If you don't put in the kilometers, you can't go to the starting line thinking your'e going to pull a miracle out of nowhere.  You get exactly as much as you put in". 

 

  I believe you all know what I am talking about, I have seen you put forth the hard-work and determination in many areas of your lives.  I am glad to have each and every one of you on the ME / VA / E-G Nordic Ski Team.  Let's keep rollin' with the dedicated effort at practice and meets!

 

 Our new team uniforms were ordered last week.  We will have them in time for the section race! 

 

TUESDAY- Jan. 17th- we are headed back to Mt. Itasca for the Proctor / Hermantown Classic Sorenson.  Check the meet schedule & line-up pages for more info. 

 

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 We are now in the crux of our racing season. Power and speed will be accompanying our training sessions on a daily basis.  Our schedule will keep moving at a fast clip. Please be flexible with your skier’s calendar. Mother Nature dictates what, when & where. Our season ends in less than a month.

 

Tuesday’s race at Spirit Mtn. brought about a mixed bag of things… skiing on the alpine hill- the up & down (no flats), around and around- 4 times; (some skiers lost count of their laps), and then the really weird part- skiing in 49 degree weather. Some skiers had a good day, others did not. Let’s look at it as a great training day – with course the way it was! We’ll tuck all that away and use it in our future races.

 

Our captain’s had an award break for this meet, so the coaches stepped up and filled in. Here are this week’s “Coaches” Awards:

 

-          Best Finish of the Day: Kaitlyn Babich. She skied right through the finish sign- took it off the posts. Good thing it was only cardboard!

 

-          Fastest Downhill Skier: Jake Dahl. No one came close to his speeds on the down hills!

 

-          Nothin’ Left in the Tank: (this is a two for one award): Hailee Jofs & Drew Johnson. They didn’t look like their usual selves skiing this race….

 

 

Upcoming on our race calendar:

 

Ely on Sat. the 14th will be fun! REAL SNOW. REAL TRAILS. REAL CROSS COUNTRY SKIING. What else is more fun on a Saturday in January? Now, we will be looking for some REAL GOOD RESULTS!

Enjoy, because we are headed back to Mt. Itasca on Tuesday, Jan. 17th. The Proctor Classic is scheduled on this day.

 

 

Looking ahead, the Varsity will not be going to Bemidji next weekend, (they rescheduled their pursuit race to Tues. Jan. 24th – at MapleLag, in Waubon). That is too far for us to travel and race on a school day. So…we will be implementing our own pursuit race / scrimmage (with hopes of Ely to join us) on Sat. Jan. 21 at Giant’s Ridge. Potluck lunch in between races. Skiers bring one of the following: chips, dessert or salad.

 


Super Saturday, New Race Suits, Upcoming Meet, Team Jackets....
Jan 8, 2012, 9:02 am

NEW !!!  on SCHEDULE- for Sat. Jan. 14th - SKI MEET in ELY. 11 am.  

 

 

Ely Invitational

Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012

Hidden Valley Ski

 

 

Varsity Boys/Girls – 5K freestyle

JV Boys/Girls – 5K freestyle

JH Boys/Girls – 3K freestyle

 

Coaches meeting at 10:30 am

 

Boys’ Varsity - 11:00 am

The rest of the start times are approximate and will depend on the total number of skiers in the race.

Girls’ Varsity - approx. 11:30

Boys’ JV – approx. 12:00

Girls’ JV – approx. 12:30

Boys’ JH –approx. 1:00

Girls’ JH –approx. 1:30

 

Awards for 1st-10th place - Var/JV/ JH

 

 

Mesabi East Invite Wrap-Up

 

We acheived some great ski results- and I have noticed our skiers are putting the "extra's" in!  Nice pics in Sunday's MDN of Seth & Rachel too!  Let's keep rolling with these fine performances guys & gals!  Kudo's to the younger crowd- who skied in their first ME Invite- and also showed they know how to ski fast! Results are posted at: www.itiming.com .  Pics have also been added to the photo gallery (thanks RON K.!).  Check out your form- let me know what we can work on this week.  Monday, Jan. 9th- ski- skate technique.  We will not be waxing for Tuesday's race- our skis really like "man-made" snow!

 Wink

 And I have to say a huge "THANKS" again to all of the ME / VA / E-G parents who didn't miss a beat all weekend.  To see so many families helping out everywhere at the meet....all day, outside, in the snow, up & down the course.....   and at Friday's spaghetti dinner- (thanks to NJ Jofs - for chairing this again) was really appreciated by the coaching staff and the folk's at Giant's Ridge.   Thanks also for providing a great spread of food and beverages for all of us.  These two days couldn't be done without all of you!  THANK YOU for your support!  

 

Team Ski Jackets- I still have a handful to give out.  If you haven't gotten yours, please pick up & pay for it.  Make your check to: ME/VA/E-G Nordic Booster Club.  $ 31.00 for softshell, $ 17.00 for fleece.

  

 

NEW RACE  SUITS !  ....     hope to have them soon!    

 

  

  Next race is Tuesday, Jan. 10th, at Spirit Mtn. in Duluth.  This take the place of the Cloquet race. See the below information from the C-E-C coach. Skate race.  Bus will leave ME at 10:00, VA- 10:30, E-G- 10:40.  See Ski Meet Line-Up page. Skier start list & times are posted at:   http://www.boreal.org/~durfee/index.htm

  

  

From the C-E-C coach:

I would like to invite your teams to the CEC Invitational being held at Spirit Mt on Tuesday, Jan. 10th. This will be a skate race starting at 1pm. I won't have the course finalized until Friday but it will be multi-laps over sections of the downhill and bunny hills adjacent to the Chalet much like the course used in the Denfield race. I have been assured that the course will be safe even if Spirit needs to close a run. The target is to have ~5k for varsity and JV and ~2.5k for JH. Race bib pick-up will open at 12pm with a coach's meeting at 12:30pm. Bib pick-up will be in the main Chalet nearest the south end. Coach's meeting will be held next to the building by the finish line immediately south of the Chalet. Fees will be $5 payable to CEC Nordic. Spirit Mt. has several places to buy food so that should not be a problem. Buses will need to park in the parking lots so teams should plan to use the Chalet. There is plenty of ro om. Please get your entries to Steve (Boreal Timing) by Sunday PM.

 

 

 

  


SHOW TIME!
Jan 5, 2012, 9:45 am

IT'S HERE! 

 

THE BIGGEST HIGH SCHOOL X-C SKI RACE IN THE COUNTRY!

 

1200 SKIERS -all coming to race at our wonderful winter home- GIANT'S RIDGE!

The next 3 days will be busy- be prepared to have a great time!  Lots of high-energy floating around, lots of nice people helping out, and of course- lots of awesome skiers! Our team is ready to go!

 

Here is a synopsis of the next few days….   

 

Thursday:

 

  • ·         similar practice to Wed. but more on the “ race course”  and with pick-ups.   
  • ·         After practice: Mesabi East skiers will ride the Virginia or E-G bus to Biwabik, to set up the Pavilion for the spaghetti feed.  Parents please pick up your skier from there around 6:15-6:30.

 

Friday:

 

  • ·         Remember to bring a dessert for the dinner.
  • ·         Practice only for ME Invite skiers.   Others – ski on your own or help out at spaghetti feed- starting at 4pm.
  • ·         If the course isn’t set up (by Thurs.) we need to ski .   ME skiers- get out asap and get your ski done early, so you can wax right away.
  • ·         WAX
  • ·         Leave the Ridge at 5:30 for spaghetti dinner.  Meet the rest of the team at the Pavilion, eat together.   Help with clean-up.
  • ·         Get a GOOD NIGHT’s sleep- Saturday will be a super FUN, but long day! 

 

Saturday:

 

 

  • ·         Eat a very nutritious breakfast- you’ll need all the fuel you can get!
  • ·         Team Camp – fitness center, bottom level of Lodge.
  • ·         “Classic” skiers arrive no later than 8:00 am.  Wax testing & warm-up before the 10:00 start.  The course closes at 9:00 am.
  • ·         “ Skate” skiers arrive no later than 11:00 am.   Warm-up once arrived.

 

            SKIERS   -     bring food/water / granola / gatorade- pre-race type food.

-           bring a blanket/pillow/sleeping bag- something to rest in while you wait for your race.

 

 

MY THANKS to the parents for all your continued support – on & off the trails!

 

 

  


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