Hochtl and Bjornsen Set 100M Marks

FasterSkierNovember 25, 2005

Kevin Hochtl and Sadie Bjornsen set new world records in a 100M sprint event in West Yellowstone on Wednesday. Kevin Hotchtl put on a sprint clinic in the men's event, with a top time of 11.94 on his second attempt. Hochtl had the fastest four runs of the day (in four attempts), and three of those were under 12 seconds! The top four men, Hochtl, Tim Weston, Andrew Newell, and Colin Mahood, all came in under the previous record of 12.41.

Bjornsen didn't have a lot of female competition, but that didn't stop her from posting a record time of 14.48. She also had the next fastest time of 14.55.

SuperTour events start on Friday.

You can get all the results from West Yellowstone from Summit Systems:



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