Image Galerie: Québec City Women’s Freestyle Sprint Racing, World CupDecember 8, 2012 Gaia Vuerich (ITA) leading Denise Herrmann (GER), Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) and Jessie Diggins (USA) in the quarterfinals. Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) takes over. Jessie Diggins (USA) Jessie Diggins racing on the World Cup earlier this season. Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg (NOR), Sadie Bjornsen (USA) and Kari Vikhagen Gjeitnes (NOR) leaving the gate. Norway vs. USA in the quarterfinals. Sophie Caldwell (USA) tucking in behind Oestberg in the quarterfinals. Sophie Caldwell (USA) fends off Gjeitnes (NOR). Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE), Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg (NOR) and Sophie Caldwell (USA) charging for the finish. Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE) laying on the hurt. Caldwell Sophie Caldwell (USA) Becca Rorabaugh (USA) working through quarterfinal four. Becca Rorabaugh (USA) Rorabaugh (USA) detangling. The chaos of sprinting. Rorabaugh in a brief tangle. Hanna Kolb (GER), Becca Rorabaugh (USA) and Bettina Gruber (SUI) sort themselves out. Becca Rorabaugh (USA) Becca Rorabaugh (USA) keeps going after getting tangled in her quarterfinal. Kikkan Randall (USA) controlling quarterfinal five. Randall jump-skating off the line. Randall moving to take the best line. Fans await the pack. Kikkan Randall (USA) never once let go of the lead in the finals. Kikkan Randall rushes past screaming fans just before winning the Quebec World Cup 1.6 k freestyle sprint on Saturday in Quebec City. It was her sixth individual World Cup gold and seventh including Friday’s team sprint. Randall and Falla battling in Quebec City. Randall: two wins in two days. Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE) congratulates the winner. A victory lap for USA. Kikkan Randall (USA) takes a victory lap in front of what might as well be called a home crowd. Randall: “To be able to do that victory lap afterwards was something I will definitely remember for the rest of my life.” Kikkan Randall (USA) gives her second victor’s interview with FIS. Holly Brooks, who was first named to the U.S. Ski Team in 2012 at the age of 30. Randall, Falla and Ingemarsdotter smile for the crowd. 1. USA 2. NOR 3. SWE Randall: “It was one of the coolest things I think I’ve ever done.” Popping bottles. Time for champagne, again. Kikkan Randall, Quebec City Sprints, champagne. The women’s freestyle sprint podium: Kikkan Randall (USA), Maiken Caspersen Falla (NOR) and Ida Ingemarsdotter (SWE). American fans got to hear their national anthem played for the second time in two days.