XCFeedsBoutot 9th in Sprint

FasterSkier FasterSkierFebruary 1, 2009

In another difficult day on the range, Grace Boutot(Ft. Kent) managed again to strike down her targets. Entering prone with one of the top first lap times, Boutot rapidly nailed all five shots. Back on course she maintained her skiing position entering the range once again with gusting winds, but hitting all but one target. On her final lap,Boutot managed to climb up the list to land in 9th place. After the race she commented, “I knew I had to be more aggressive today. The Individual is definitely a shooters race and the Sprint is a skiers race. I’m prettyhappy with the way things went today and am in a good position for tomorrow’s Pursuit.” br /br /MWSC Biathlon Coach Gary Colliander commented, “Thiswas a solid race by Grace today. Last year she was 55th in this race, so 9th is a great improvement. Her shooting times today were great, not much over a minute for the two stages combined and her skiing was solid.”br /br /U.S. teammate Addie Byrne (Bovey, MN) led the team with a 6th place finish. Byrne like Boutot missed just one shot to finish 29.8 secondsbehind co-Champions Olga Galich or Russia and Yan Zhang of China who recorded the same time of 19:31.4.br /br /Hilary McNamee (Ft. Fairfield) stuggled in prone missing 4 of 5, but cameback to hit 4 of 5 in standing finishing 39th. Nick Michaud (Ft. Kent) showed good patience in the range hitting 7 of 10 to finish 43rd in the Youth Men’s race.div class=”blogger-post-footer”img width=’1′ height=’1′ src=’https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/6813061107698506856-514460973450888675?l=mwscbiathlon.blogspot.com’//div

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