Continental CupRacingFasterSkier SuperTour Sprint Showdown Predictions

FasterSkier FasterSkierNovember 23, 2011

Less than 12 hours remain until the start of the 2012 SuperTour. With two separate FIS point races, one in classic, and one in skate, separated by just an hour, there will be plenty of racing action. And while there is little drama in a one kilometer individual start event, the massive final climb will be agonizing for racers and entertaining for fans.

Both races are counted separately, but an overall winner will be crowned, with $250 in prize money going to the fastest man and woman on the day.

Earlier season results are always hard to predict, and with unknown collegiate skiers, including new European imports, the task becomes even harder. But FasterSkier staff in West Yellowstone are going out on a limb and taking a shot at the top-3 in each race.

Matt:

Women’s Classic
1. Eliska Hajkova
2. Jessie Diggins
3. Morgan Smyth

Men’s Classic
1. Torin Koos
2. Mike Sinnott
3. Reese Hanneman

Women’s Skate
1. Jessie Diggins
2. Caitlin Gregg
3. Jennie Bender

Men’s Skate
1. Torin Koos
2. Sylvan Ellefson
3. Mike Sinnott

Overall Men
Torin Koos

Overall Women
Jessie Diggins

Audrey:

Women’s Classic
1. Jessie Diggins
2. Morgan Smyth
3. Morgan Arritola

Men’s Classic
1. Torin Koos
2. Mike Sinnott
3. Erik Bjornsen

Women’s Skate
1. Jessie Diggins
2. Jennie Bender
3. Eliska Hajkova

Men’s Skate
1. Torin Koos
2. Phil Widmer
3. Reid Pletcher

Overall Men
Torin Koos

Overall Women
Jessie Diggins

Topher:

Women’s Classic
1. Becca Rorabaugh
2. Kate Fitzgerald
3. Heidi Widmer

Men’s Classic
1. Torin Koos
2. Phil Widmer
3. Erik Bjornsen

Women’s Skate
1. Jessie Diggins
2. Kate Fitzgerald
3. Eliska Hajkova

Men’s Skate
1. Phil Widmer
2. Mike Sinnott
3. Torin Koos

Overall Men
Torin Koos

Overall Women
Kate Fitzgerald

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