Continental CupRacingKris Freeman, Wendy Wagner Win Nor Am Titles

FasterSkier FasterSkierJanuary 28, 2003

This past weekend's Nor Am Continental Cup Races in Mont Orford Quebec wrapped
up the 2003-2003 edition of the premier race series in North America for elite
skiers. The men's and women's winners are guaranteed a spot in the spring World
Cup races. Kris Freeman and Wendy Wagner took those honors, while Lars Flora
and Aelin Peterson won the Sprint NorAm titles. Andrew Newell and Daria Gaiazova
won the Junior division. Carl Swenson, who finished second to Freeman, now has
19 Nor Am Cont Cup race victories in his career, more than any other skier.
Beckie Scott has the most victories for women with 17. Here are the overall
results.

See expanded results for the top 30.

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2003 Nor/Am
Overall Standings
   
                   
                       
Men                      
Overall Rank Name Nation Total Prize Money Best 13
1 Kris Freeman (U23) USA 333 $8,850 333
2 Carl Swenson USA 292 $5,025 292
3 David Chamberlain USA 277 $2,250 261
4 Justin Freeman USA 240 $3,425 240
5 Lars Flora USA 235 $2,050 235
6 Andrew Johnson USA 186 $1,325 186
7 Chris Jeffries CAN 173 $1,800 173
8 George Grey CAN 172 $1,275 172
9 Patrick Weaver USA 142 $400 142
10 Chad Giese USA 120 $250 120
11 Andrew Newell (U23/JR) USA 101 $250 101
12 Gordon Jewett CAN 99 $225 99
13 Devon Kershaw (U23) CAN 97 $375 97
14 David Stewart USA 93 $150 93
15 Drew Goldsack (U23) CAN 83 $400 83
16 Phil Villeneuve CAN 80 $125 80
17 Torin Koos (U23) USA 73 $550 73
18 Dan Roycroft CAN 66 $150 66
19 Chris Cook (U23) USA 63 $300 63
20 Leif Zimmerman (U23/JR) USA 59 $50 59
21 Adam Kates (U23) CAN 54   54
22 Bryan McKeever CAN 51 $25 51
22 Denis Vachon CAN 51 $50 51
24 Michal Malak (U23) SVK 48 $25 48
25 Jason Lemieux USA 40   40
26 Casey Ward USA 37   37
27 Shane Stevens CAN 35   35
28 Colin Mahood USA 34 $225 34
29 Sean Crooks (U23/JR) CAN 33 $125 33
30 Ethan Foster U23) USA 26   26
30 John Farra USA 26   26






























































































































































































































































Women                      
Overall Rank Name Nation Total Prize Money Best 13
1 Wendy Wagner USA 324 $7,475
324
2 Aelin Peterson USA 343 $3,900
314
3 Daria Gaiasova (U23/Jr) CAN 198 $2,850
198
4 Tasha Betcherman CAN 157 $1,175
157
5 Christine Bisson CAN 146 $575
146
6 Sarah Konrad USA 143 $1,050
143
7 Tara Whitten (U23) CAN 134 $925
134
8 Katja Ivanova RUS 128 $2,750
128
9 Kristina Trygstad (U23/JR) USA 107 $675
107
10 Garbrielle Nadeau (U23) CAN 106 $100
106
11 Melissa Oram (U23) USA 105 $275
105
12 Jacqui Benson (U23) CAN 91 $325
91
13 Madeleine Williams (U23/JR) CAN 79 $275
79
13 Sarah Daitch (U23) CAN 79 $300
79
15 Coleen Mortimer (U23/JR) CAN 78 $350
78
16 Aubrey Smith (U23) USA 76 $100
76
17 Lindsey Weier (U23/JR) USA 74 $75
74
18 Kikkan Randall (U23) USA 73 $1,900
73
19 Erinn Whitmer (U23) USA 70 $950
70
19 Andrea Nighbor (U23) CAN 70 $150
70
21 Erin Quinn-Hurst USA 67 $75
67
21 Rhonda Sandau (U23) CAN 67 $75
67
23 Martina Stursova CZE 66 $350
66
24 Jenny Wisting SWE 62 $225
62
24 Kristina Joder USA 62 $75
62
26 Sigrid Aas (U23) NOR 56 $600
56
27 Chandra Crawford (U23/JR) CAN 53 $175
53
28 Shayla Swanson CAN 51 $50
51
28 Rebecca Laakso CZE 51 $250
51
30 Johanna Turunen (U23) USA 43 $325
43

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