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At just 22 years of age, both Sophie Caldwell and Scott Gow competed in their first World Championships. A skier for SMS T2, Caldwell made several sprint quarterfinals on the World Cup this year, including placing 20th at World Champs. Gow contributed big to the Canadian biathlon team, finishing 31st in the 20 k individual at senior Championships, where he was also the youngest competitor to qualify for the pursuit.

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JohnnyKlister.com completed the week-long announcement of the first annual Johnny5, awarded to five people that are changing Nordic skiing in the US. Johnny Klister provides comprehensive descriptions of how each winner is impacting the sport. The Winners: Kikkan Randall The Nordic Combined Team www.johnnyklister.com for the full announcements and photos.

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Johnny Klister, providing commentary and insight on the Nordic ski scene since 2008, is accepting nominations for the first annual Johnny5.   Five people who are changing Nordic skiing in the US will be selected from the nominees. Send your nominations and why to www.johnnyklister.com. According to the ubiquitous Johnny Klister, the award is pride.  Lots of pride and mild notoriety on a small hiccup of a ski website.  Though sources have reported that Andrew Johnson...