Results Archive - January, 2002

Thursday, January 31 Scott 2nd at International Grand Prix
Sun Valley, Idaho - Beckie Scott and her Canadian teammates had a particularly good day of pre-Olympic training today, with strong finishes in the Idaho International Grand Prix competition, made up of various other 2002 Olympic... [
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Sunday, January 27 McKeever, Whyte Second in Disabled Biathlon World Cup
Brian McKeever of Calgary, guided by his brother Robin, placed second in the blind 5 x 2.5 km at the first World Cup Disabled Biathlon race of season in Mouthe France. Frank Höfle of Germany was first and Willi Brem of Germany was third... [
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Saturday, January 26 Crawford 12th in World Junior Sprints
Canada posted it's best World Junior results since 1996 today. Chandra Crawford of Canmore, Alberta qualified 15th to advance to the elimination rounds, where she finished 12th, just missing the semi-final round. This is the best Canadian result since Amanda Fortier was 8th in the 15km skate race at the 1996 World Junior Championships... [
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Thursday, January 10 Hanusova, Bauer Win in Bozeman
BOZEMAN, Mont. (Jan. 9) -- The weather created havoc Wednesday on the third day of racing at the Chevy Truck U.S. Cross Country Championships. While Czech skier Katerina Hanusova won the women's race, unheralded Tara Hamilton (Anchorage, AK), a Denver University freshman, won her first U.S. title in the women's 5-km classic... [
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Thursday, January 10 Hanusova, Bauer Repeat at US Nationals
(Complete Story and Results Now Available) BOZEMAN, Mont. (Jan. 10) - Alltime U.S. title-holder Nina Kemppel (Anchorage, AK) finished second behind Katerina Hanusova of the Czech Republic in the 5-km freestyle pursuit race Thursday at the Chevy Truck Cross Country Championships, but, as the first U.S. skier, collected her 17th national title; Aelin Peterson (Fairbanks, AK) was third. In the men's 10-km freestyle pursuit, John Bauer (Duluth, MN) picked... [
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Tuesday, January 8 Swenson and Kempple Win US Titles
Carl Swenson captured the 2002 US National 30km skate title today, on a difficult course in Bozeman, Montana. Swenson's time of 1:20:28.1 beat out Gold Cup champion Justin Wadsworth by 36 seconds. US National Sprint Champion Lars Flora added another medal to his collection, finishing third. Andrew...[... [
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Tuesday, January 8 Aukland, Skari Victorious in Val Di Fiemme
Thomas Alsgaard tested the field early as he took the lead for the first 8k in the men's 30k (6X5k) classic mass start in Val di Fiemme. Two of the pre-race favorites, Frode Estil and Oddbjoern Hjelemeset, could not stay with Alsgaard and quickly moved back through the field, as did Alsgaard later... [
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Tuesday, January 8 Canadian World Junior Team Announced
Devon Kershaw continued his dominant performance for the week at the World Junior trials in Charlo, NB winning by over 30 seconds in todays 20km classic race. Colleen Mortimer had a strong race to win the women's 15km classic by 13 seconds over Dasha Gaiasov... [
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Sunday, January 6 Randall, Flora Win US Sprints
BOZEMAN, Mont. (Jan. 5) -- Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK) ignored a steady snowfall and overtook Tessa Benoit (South Pomfret, VT) on the final uphill Saturday, skiing skied to her first U.S. title in the sprint opening the Chevy Truck U.S. Cross Country... [
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Sunday, January 6 Western Canadian Championships Results Day 2
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Sunday, January 6 Neumannova, Iversen Win Val Di Fiemme Sprint
Katarina Neumannova won Sunday's women's sprint in Val di Fiemme in superb style, taking the lead from the start and never being challenged. With her second sprint win this season, she now takes the lead in the Overall World Cup as Skari... [
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Sunday, January 6 Crooks, Crawford Aualify For World Junior Team
Connal Robertson-More and Chandra Crawford won the sprint races today at the World Junior Trials in Charlo, NB, but it is Sean Crooks who will join Kershaw, Williams and Crawford on the Canadian World Junior Team. The selection criteria for the World Junior Championships ... [
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Saturday, January 5 Western Canadian Championships Results
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Saturday, January 5 Elofsson, Lazutina Take World Cup Sprint
Sweden's Per Elofsson was leading by 18 seconds after the 10k classic in the men's pursuit in Val di Fiemme today, and never looked back. The pursuit World Champion from 2001 won by more than 30 seconds... [
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Saturday, January 5 Kershaw, Williams Win First Races at World Junior Trials
Madelaine Williams won the Junior Women's 5km skate race today in Charlo, New Brunswick. Rounding out the podium results was Dasha Gaiazov in second and Perianne Jones in third place. Colleen Mortimer was 4th... [
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Thursday, January 3 Lappe Distance Challenge
Lappe Nordic Ski Centre hosted the "distance challenge" on Sunday December 30. Skiers took the opportunity to ski as many kilometres as possible over a 8 hour period. Many switched between classic and skate to relieve tired muscles... [
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