Toppidrettsveka Rollerski Races in Norway: Day 2, Sadie Bjornsen Wins

FasterSkierAugust 23, 2019
The women’s podium from the 25 k skate rollerski race in Aure, Norway: day 2 of the Toppidrettsveka festival. Sadie Bjornsen (center) of the U.S. Ski Team placed first, Anna Comerella (left) of Italy second, and Marte Skaanes (right) of Norway third. (Photo: Toppidrettsveka FB page.)

Day two of theĀ Toppidrettsveka rollerskiĀ races began in Aure, Norway with a 25-kilometer skate race.

U.S. Ski Team (USST) athlete Sadie Bjornsen won the women’s race in 1:10:12.4 hours. Katie Feldman of the SVSEF Gold Team finshed in 25th (+8:08.8). Thirty-one women finished the race.

According to a translated article from Norway’s NRK, several athletes used faulty rollerskis. As a result, race favorite Fridda Karlsson crashed and did not finish.

Full women’s results

In the men’s 25 k skate, Russia’s Alexey Chervotkin placed first in 59:27.8 minutes. Eighty-seven rollerskiers finished the men’s event.

Erik Bjornsen (USST) raced to 16th overall (+52.1), Simi Hamilton (USST) 36th (+2:21.0), and Kevin Bolger (USST) 59th (+5:18.1).

Sam Wood of the SVSEF Gold Team was 38th (+2:26.4), and teammate Peter Holmes 45th (+3:08.0).

Ricardo Izquierdo-Bernier of Canada placed 27th (+1:28.1).

Full men’s results



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