Junior World’s Relay: In Photos

FasterSkierMarch 6, 2020

Junior Men’s Relay:

Luke Jager for the US, bib 1, a deep breath before the scramble leg beat down. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Luke Jager: onward. He gapped the field by 25 seconds on the scramble leg. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Ben Ogden for the U.S. on his solo journey to keep his team way off the front. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Ben Ogden tags to Johnny Hagenbuch for the first skate leg. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Gus Schumacher: The Closer. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


The Win. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Canada’s Turn

From left to right: Canada’s Olivier Léveillé, Tom Stephen, Xavier McKeever, and Rémi Drolet. Second overall in the World Junior’s 4 x 5 k relay. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Bib 11, Xav McKeever for Canada fighting for position on the scramble leg. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Leg 2, Canada’s Olivier Léveillé leading the chase. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Where they belong: Canada’s Tom Stephen taking the pull on the front chase group. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Rémi Drolet — closing it out. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Drolet, almost there. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


The maple leaf group hug. (Photo: Doug Stephen)



Junior Women’s Relay:

Sydney Palmer-Leger (bib 4) during the scramble leg. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Kendall Kramer on the second classic leg. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Leg 3 for the U.S., Sophia Laukli (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Novie McCabe on the fourth leg for the U.S. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


The U.S. takes second overall. (Photo: Doug Stephen)



Canada’s Molly Miller tagging Jasmine Drolet: Leg one to two. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Leg three to four: Canada’s Lilian Gagnon tags Elizabeth Elliott. (Photo: Doug Stephen)


Let’s not forget the Swiss who had a fine day. Here’s Swiss skier Anja Lozza closing down for the team win. (Photo: Doug Stephen)

Watch the races here on the FIS site.

Doug Stephen has more photos here.


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