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U20 Men’s 10km Classic

U20 Men’s 10km Classic

Will Koch was the first American in the U20 Men’s 10km Classic race in 13th with a time of 27:39.2, just 1:23 off the leader.  Alexander Maurer finished 26th, Brian Bushey 36th and Finn Sweet in 47th. The Russian Saveliy Korostelev won the day with a time of 26:15.8...

U20 Women’s 5km Classic

U20 Women’s 5km Classic

In another tight race where the fastest 23 racers were in the same second, Sydney Palmer Leger led the US Team finishing 19th in the U20 Women's 5km Classic with a time of 15:21.4,  51 seconds behind the leader.  Nina Schamberger finished 31st, Nina Seemann in 36th,...

U23 Men’s 15km Classic

U23 Men’s 15km Classic

In a race where the top 16 were all in the same minute, Zanden McMullen skied to 14th just 57 seconds behind the winner.  McMullen was followed by Johnny Steel Hagenbuch in 41st, and Noel Keeffe 47th. The race was won by Arsi Ruuskanen of Finland with a time of...

U23 Women’s 10km Classic

U23 Women’s 10km Classic

In a hard fought 10km classic, Abigail Jarzin led the US Team with a 36th finish in a time of 32.42.6, followed by Anabel Needham in 47th, Rena Schwartz in 50th and Lucinda Anderson in 56th. The race was won by Anja Weber of Switzerland followed by Patricija Eiduka of...

U20 Men’s Relay

U20 Men’s Relay

Michael Earnhardt, Brian Bushey, Walker Hall and Will Koch skied to a bronze medal finish in the Men’s Relay! Spending the majority of the race in a tightly packed group, Russia skied away from USA and Norway.  The race for silver came down to a photo finish sprint...

U20 Women’s Relay

U20 Women’s Relay

The World Junior Women skied to a respectable 5th place this morning in the 4x3.3 K relay. Kate Oldham, Samantha Smith, Nina Schamberger, and Sydney Palmer-Ledger moved from 15th place to 4th place, ultimately finishing in 5th. All images form Steve...

Hannah Halvorsen Olympic Update

Hannah Halvorsen Olympic Update

My favorite race was the sprint because it was my only start. I loved it because it felt like an honor to race at the Olympics. A lot of times my most important races are fun but also full of pressure and expectation but this one just felt like a chance to celebrate...

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