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The NorAm series fully lived up to the North American Cup label in Canmore Friday with 1.3km free technique sprints to kick off a combined NorAm, SuperTour, and Mexican National Championships weekend. Full results for the weekend are on Heat brackets and @NordiqCanada’s Instagram. University of Utah’s Julia Richter won the qualifier and all the heats to take the win in 3:10.52, 0.08 seconds ahead of the national team’s Katherine Stewart-Jones and 0.63 seconds clear...

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This article has been updated with final WCF selections and a video of the sprint A finals. Nationals rolled on at Nakkertok trails with free technique sprints on Saturday. The women raced a 1.3km course while the men added one more hill for 1.4km.  The jury described the conditions as ‘soft icy’, which seems to mean ‘fast spring skiing’ with a soft layer over a firm base. Maya MacIsaac-Jones (CNST) took her second consecutive national...

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Dartmouth was in the overall lead for the team championship. They had tallied 259 points to Utah’s 252.3 in second. Vermont sat in third overall with 245 points. Dartmouth’s Katherine Ogden won the women’s 15 k classic on Friday in a time of 46:25.7 minutes. Utah’s Julia Richter was second in 46:49.1, with Colorado’s Hedda Baangman third in 47:15.2. Utah’s Huro Jordheim skied to fourth in a time of 47:19.8, and Vermont’s Anna Bizyukova was...

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https://www.vteabp.org Ricardo Izquierdo-Bernier from UNM was fourth, and Bill Harmeyer representing the University of Vermont (UVM) rounded out the top-five. Women’s Results After the first day of competition, during which only nordic races were held, the University of Utah leads the team competition with 142 points. They hold a one point buffer over the University of Vermont. Colorado sits in third with 120 points. Racing continues tomorrow with alpine athletes competing in giant slalom. buy ventolin...

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FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Lillehammer Norway: 10 k/ 15 k Freestyle Individual Start Men’s Report On Saturday, the second day of World Cup cross-country racing ensued in Lillehammer, Norway with a 10-kilometer freestyle individual start race for the women. On a track of snow surrounded by green fir trees and a soggy landscape, the women skied two laps of 5 k course. Norway’s Therese Johaug was the fastest skier at every checkpoint to win...

Germany, Germany, Germany. That was the way the women’s 1.3-kilometer classic sprint started on Monday at the first day of Junior World Championships at Soldier Hollow in Midway, Utah, with Antonia Fräbel putting down the fastest qualifying time in 3:40.83, a full 6.15 and 8.03 seconds faster than her German teammates Coletta Rydzek and Julia Richter, who qualified in second and third, respectively. The 10th woman to qualify (out of 30), Russia’s Polina Nekrasova, was...