OtherRacingUS 100 — Tim Weston sets best-ever US time at Soldier Hollow

FasterSkier FasterSkierDecember 8, 2004

The fastest skiers in the country raced for the unofficial title of US 100m record holder on Cross-Country skis.

In conditions far from optimal – new snow and headwind varying from 1 — 6 m/s, Tim Weston and Kevin Hochtl had the fastest men’s 100m times of 12.71 and 12. 73 second, while Kikkan Randall was the fastest woman in 14.68 second. All these times beat last year’s US records of 12.76 (Andy Newell) and 14.87 (Wendy Wagner).




The USSA sanctioned 100m race was done on a straight 100m course. One skier at a time was started (as in track & field) by a starter’s electronic gun, while an electronic beam at the finish line recorded each skier’s time to 1/1000 of a second (rounded off the 1/100 of a second in the results).

Results Men:

Tim Weston 12.71
Kevin Hochtl 12.73
Colin Mahood 12.75
Zach Simons 12.80
Andy Newell 12.98
David Chamberlain 13:00
Chad Giese 13.01
Tim Woodbury 13.08
Chris Cook 13.24
Torrin Koos 13:30
Steve Scott 13:35
Anders Haugen 13.60
Dave Steward 13.72
Michael Savoi 14.42

Results Women:

Kikkan Randall 14.68
Kate Whitcomb 14.70
Carolyn Treasy 15.89
Aubrey Smith 16.08
Caitlin Compton 17.02

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