GeneralJuniorsNewsRacingJunior Nationals: Day 4 Classic Relay Photos and Overall Recap Video

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One of the men's 3 x 2.5 k relays on the last day of 2015 U.S. Junior Nationals at Auburn Ski Club in Soda Springs, Calif. (Photo: Mark Nadell/MacBeth Graphics)
The U18 men’s 3 x 2.5 k classic relay on the last day of 2015 U.S. Junior Nationals at Auburn Ski Club in Soda Springs, Calif. (Photo: Mark Nadell/MacBeth Graphics) All profits from photo sales will be donated to the National Nordic Foundation.

The 2015 U.S. Junior Nationals came to a close Saturday with the 3 x 2.5-kilometer classic relays at Auburn Ski Club in Soda Springs, Calif., where New England and Midwest both tallied two relay wins. At the end of the weeklong series of races, New England took the overall team title, the Alaska Cup, by 167 points over Midwest. Intermountain placed third overall, 43 points out of second.

Complete results

For more videos, check out the 2015 XC Junior Nationals YouTube channel. Trouble viewing video above? Click here.

Photos from Saturday’s relays and a complete gallery, courtesy of Mark/Nadell/MacBeth Graphics. All profits from photo sales will be donated to the National Nordic Foundation (NNF).

On the podium:

U16 women

  1. Intermountain (Sydney Palmer-Leger, Anna Gibson, Brooke Dunnagan) 24:55.4
  2. Midwest (Erin Moening, Abigail Jarzin, Anna Johnson) +13.7
  3. New England (Gabrielle Vandendries, Kirsten Miller, Mae Chalmers) +15.3

U16 men

  1. Alaska (Luke Jager, Ti Donaldson, Canyon Tobin) 21:39.6
  2. New England (Adam Glueck, Russell Boswell, Adam Witkowski) +5.3
  3. Rocky Mountain (Noel Keeffe, Wyatt Gebhardt, Nolan Herzog) +24.7

U18 women

  1. New England (Julia Kern, Leah Brams, Katharine Ogden) 24:44.4
  2. Rocky Mountain (Hailey Swirbul, Taeler McCrerey, Kathleen O’Connell) +1:22.6
  3. Midwest (Racquel Wohlk, Margie Freed, Nicole Schneider) +2:01.0

U18 men

  1. Midwest (Mackinley Fitzpatrick, Leo Hipp, Zak Katterson) 23:04.2
  2. New England (Gavin McEwen, Koby Gordon, Daniel Streinz) +5
  3. New England (Lance McKenney, Kamran Husain, Henry Harmeyer) +16.5

U20 women

  1. Midwest (Vivian Hett, Anna French, Caroline Brisbois) 25:59.1
  2. Alaska (Sarissa Lammers, Hannah Stevens, Taryn Hunt-Smith) +24.3
  3. Intermountain (Olivia Ekblad, Aja Starkey, Sophie McDonald) +35.4

U20 men

  1. New England (Austin Huneck, Benjamin Hegman, Ian Moore) 22:21.3
  2. Intermountain (Sam Wood, Henry Gorman, Karsten Hokanson) +19.1
  3. New England (Parker McDonald, Blaine Ayotte, Nick Gardner) +54.2

See alsoDay 1 skate sprints | Day 2 freestyle individual starts | Day 3 classic mass starts

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