Great Conditions In The Wasatch 15-Kilometer Freestyle Race

FasterSkierJanuary 15, 2005

All photos by Rich Dressen

We know it hurts watching photos of great ski conditions if you are still dryland training or skiing on a few inches of snow and ice, but use these photos from the January 1, Wasatch Citizens series 15-kilometer race in Park City, Utah as an inspiration. This is how great skiing can be and you might get “your” snowstorm and super skiing soon. We just got another foot the last two days!

P.S. Californian’s, we need some photos of the massive amount of snow you guys just received!


Team TorbjornSport member John Aalberg dominated the open division in the second race in the Wasatch series as he did in the first race. 15-kilometer (3 x 5-kilometer) freestyle at the White Pine Touring Center in Park City was on the agenda this time. Andy Liebner was second and Jason Travis was third.

Roxanne Toley was the fastest woman, while Paula Hudson was second and Lori Lange was third.

For complete results including all age divisions, look at


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