Race Rundown: SuperTour Finals 1.4 k Freestyle Sprint from Presque Isle, Maine (Updated with Sprint Bracket)

FasterSkierMarch 29, 2019
Sadie Bjornsen (bib 1), Rosie Brennan (bib 6) and Julia Kern (bib 4) during the skate sprint at SuperTour Finals. (Photo: U.S. Ski & Snowboard – Reese Brown)

U.S. Ski and Snowboard SuperTour Finals Presque Isle, Maine 1.4  k Freestyle Sprint

Women’s overall results.

The women’s final was won by the day’s fastest qualifier (see qualification results below) Sadie Bjornsen (USST/APU). She won the final in 3:06.89. Ida Sargent (USST/CGRP) was second, and Julia Kern (USST/SMS T2) placed third.

The women’s skate sprint podium from SuperTour finals (l-r): Ida Sargent (CGRP) in third, Sadie Bjornsen (APU) first, and Julia Kern (SMS T2) second. (Photo: U.S. Ski & Snowboard – Reese Brown).


The men’s race was also won by the fastest qualifier, Simi Hamilton (USST/SMS T2) in a time of 2:43.76. Erik Bjornsen (USST/APU) placed second and Ritchie Graham (NTDC Thunder Bay) sprinted to third overall.

Men’s overall results.

The men’s skate sprint podium from SuperTour finals (l-r): Graham Ritchie (NTDC Thunder Bay) third, Simi Hamilton (SMS T2) first and Erik Bjornsen (APU) second. (Photo: U.S. Ski & Snowboard – Reese Brown).

Simi Hamiton leads Canada’s Graham Ritchie during the heats of SuperTour finals. (Photo: U.S. Ski & Snowboard – Reese Brown)


For the women’s qualifying results from this morning’s 1.4-kilometer freestyle sprint, U.S. Ski Team (USST) member’s locked up the top-four fastest times with Sadie Bjornsen (USST/APU) leading in a time of 3:03.11. Dahria Beatty of the Canadian National Team qualified in fifth.

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Simi Hamilton of the U.S. Ski Team and SMS T2 notched the fastest time in the men’s qualifier in 2:43.35. Logan Hanneman (APU), Kevin Bolger (USST/SVSEF), Erik Bjornsen (APU/USST), and Canada’s Graham Ritchie (NTDC Thunder Bay) were second through fifth respectively.



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