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  2019 U23 World Ski Championships in Lahti, Finland 15 k/30 k Classic Mass Start she placed second in the 5 k classic and third in the 10 k skiathlon. Two other U.S. skiers raced into the top-30. Julia Kern placed 16th (+1:43.4), while Alayna Sonnesyn was 23rd (+2:24.9). Hannah Halvorsen, the fourth U.S. starter, placed 54th (+6:58.6). Hannah Mehain was the top Canadian in 31st (+3:16.8), Sadie White placed 33rd (+3:18.6), and Natalia Hynes 51st...

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Four U.S. skiers began the U23 women’s 10 k skate individual start at the 2019 U23 World Ski Championships in Lahti, Finland on Wednesday, all four finished in the top-30 after Russia’s Mariya Istomina claimed the win in 25:57.3 minutes. Fnland’s Evelina Pippo was second (+2.0), and Norway’s Tiril Udnes Weng third (+29.6). Istomina and Pippo are scheduled to compete at this weekend’s Ulricehamn, Sweden World Cup and have concluded their competition schedules at U23...

In Part I of “The Road to Jackson” series, three Williams College skiers — Eli Hoenig, Braden Becker and Jordan Fields, who qualified for this week’s NCAA Skiing Championships — reflect on their team and their season. “I am so excited for NCAA’s. … This is the first time Williams has sent a full team quite a few years. Probably one of the strongest teams we’ve ever sent.” — Jordan Fields buy naltrexone online buy ventolin...

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Note: Photos from this story are courtesy of John Lazenby. Many more photos from the Eastern Cup weekend are available U16 boys – men Temperatures warmed on Sunday and the snow turned to rain, but luckily the manmade base of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center’s 2.5 k loop held up well through nearly 400 racers doing two to four loops each. In the U16 girls’ 5 k skate, Lehmann held onto her lead, as did Koch...