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Default Arritola Leads SuperTour Sweep at SoHo

Morgan Arritola (Fairfield, ID) out-sprinted Taz Mannix (Anchorage, AK) Sunday to win a USSA Cross Country SuperTour 10K mass start race and lead a 1-2-3 podium sweep by U.S. B Team skiers.

Arritola, a student at Westminster College when not training or racing, finished the two-lap freestyle technique course in 29:55.7. That put her four seconds ahead of Mannix with Laura Valaas (Wenatchee, WA) completing the podium in 30:03.6. Mannix and Valaas train with the Alaska Pacific University Nordic Ski Center when not with the U.S. Ski Team.

It was the second top-3 of the weekend for Valaas, the defending SuperTour sprint champion. After winning the first two sprints of the SuperTour, she finished third Saturday in a classic technique sprint behind Norwegian Kjersti Boe, a University of Utah student. Second place went to Swede Kristina Strandberg, a former University of New Mexico racer.

In the men's 15K freestyle mass start Sunday, Russian Ivan Babikov rolled to a half-minute victory in 37:50.1. Garrott Kuzzy (Hayward, WI) was second (38:19.2) with U.S. B Team skier Leif Zimmermann (Bozeman, MT), sidelined for two weeks by a cold, third.

The men's CL sprint went to Even Sletten, another Norwegian skier at the University of Utah with Reid Pletcher (Sun Valley, ID) runner-up. Finishing third was Marshall Greene (Bend, OR).

"It was a good weekend. Obviously, the girls did extremely well. Morgan and Taz didn't ski in the sprint so they could be full-on for the 10K. At the same time, Laura showed great endurance, and that's very encouraging for staying strong through the heats in a sprint," said U.S. Coach Pat Casey.

After six races, Kuzzy leads the men's standings by two points over Sletten, 107-105. Veteran Dave Chamberlain (Caribou, ME) is third at 83. Kuzzy is the distance race leader (73) with Andrew Johnson (Greensboro, VT) second at 56. Sletten leads the sprint tally to 76 points to 49 for Greene.

The women's overall and sprint leader is Valaas with 138 points overall (to 103 for Strandberg) and 81 sprint points to 58 for Karin Camenisch of Switzerland. Strandberg leads the distance rankings with 62 points, five ahead of Valaas.

APU Nordic is the No. 1 team with 465 points from 11 skiers to 353 for Team Rossignol's eight skiers. Utah stands third after six races (315 from 10 athletes).

The next SunperTour races will come during the U.S. Cross Country Ski Championships Jan. 1-6 at Michigan Tech in Houghton. All races are double SuperTour points.

OFFICIAL RESULTS:

2008 USSA CROSS COUNTRY SUPERTOUR
Soldier Hollow, UT - Dec. 15-16, 2007
Dec. 15
Men's Classic Technique Sprint (6 made finals)
1. Even Sletten, Norway/University of Utah
2. Reid Pletcher, Hailey, ID/Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation
3. Marshall Greene, Bend, OR/XC Oregon
4. Barton Dengel, Valdez, AK/APU Nordic
5. Jeff Ellis, Canada/APU Nordic
6. Ryan Scott, Boulder, CO/Montana State/Boulder Nordic
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Women's CL Sprint (6 made finals)
1. Kjersti Boe, Norway/University of Utah
2. Kristina Strandberg, Sweden/The Factory Team
3. Laura Valaas, Wenatchee, WA/U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic
4. Karin Camenisch, Switzerland/Team Rossignol
5. Martina Stursova, Czech Republic/Team Rossignol
6. Nicole DeYong, Ketchum, ID/Sun Valley SEF
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Dec. 16
Men's 15K Freestyle mass start
1. Ivan Babikov, Russia, 37:50.1
2. Garrott Kuzzy, Hayward, WI/Team CXC, 38:19.2
3. Leif Zimmerman, Bozeman, MT/U.S. Ski Team/Bridger Nordic
4. Dave Chamberlain, Caribou, ME/Maine Winter Sports Center, 38:31.8
5. Noah Hoffman, Ketchum, ID/Sun Valley SEF, 38:33.0
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Women's 10K FR mass start
1. Morgan Arritola, Fairfield, ID/U.S. Ski Team/Sun Valley SEF, 29:55.7
2. Taz Mannix, Anchorage, AK/U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic, 29:59.7
3. Laura Valaas, Wenatchee, WA/U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic, 30:03.6
4. Kate Arduser, Anchorage, AK/Team Rossignol, 30:08.2
5. Kate Whitcomb, Ketchum, ID/Sun Valley SEF/Fischer-Craft, 30:09.2



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Default Zimmermann, Compton Win Second Titles

HOUGHTON, Mich. (Jan. 1) - Olympian Leif Zimmermann (Bozeman, MT) and Caitlin Compton (Minneapolis, MN) collected their second national titles Tuesday as the U.S. Cross Country Championships returned to Michigan Tech. A near-record throng of 450-plus skiers have registered for the championships.

Zimmermann started slowly but had the fastest second loop in the 10K skating technique race. He earned the gold medal in 24:39.3 with Kris Freeman (Andover, NH) finishing as runner-up with a 24:45.9 clocking. Garrott Kuzzy (Hayward, WI), who leads the USSA Cross Country SuperTour standings, was bronze medalist in 24:56.5. The championships count for double SuperTour points.

Russian Ivan Babikov, skiing in the Guest Class, had the fastest time (24:23.7), but only American citizens are eligible at the U.S. Championships for medals or titles. Zimmermann also won the 2004 U.S. sprint championship in Rumford, ME.

Zimmermann eyes World Cup races
Zimmermann has battled sickness since winning a SuperTour race in West Yellowstone, MT, over Thanksgiving weekend. He felt better in mid-December and finished third in a SuperTour race (won by Babikov) at Utah's Soldier Hollow, the 2002 Olympic venue.

"I was a little slow to get going. I felt a little sluggish and it took me some time to get fired up, but I got things rolling on the second lap. I really hammered that lap," Zimmermann said. "It started snowing during our second lap, but I went early [in the field of 253 men] and, for the most part, didn't have any problems."

He had strong training workouts after Soldier Hollow and came to Houghton anxious to solidify one of the U.S. Ski Team berths for World Cup races Jan. 22-26 in Canmore, Alberta. "This is a good start for the new year and a confidence booster for Canmore. I'm trying to get as much racing now as I can because those will be some hard racing," he said.

"The course was in perfect condition up until then. After the women raced, it was packed and hard. It wasn't really fast because of some snow overnight, but Michigan Tech again did a great job preparing things," he said.

Compton, who shared the team sprint title last season with Laura Valaas (Wenatchee, WA), is on the U.S. biathlon team after winning the 2007 SuperTour distance and overall titles. "This was awesome. I felt pretty good all through the race," Compton said.

Her winning time in the 5K freestyle race was 13:47.1 with Liz Stephen (East Montpelier, VT) second in 14:11.8. Taz Mannix (Anchorage, AK) claimed the bronze medal with a time of 14:19.6. Karin Camenisch of Switzerland, skiing in the Guest Class with Babikov, had the third-fastest time (14:17.3).

Her plan was to charge from the start. The course drops into a slight downhill after the start "and I didn't want to just cruise into it and be content and then have to turn up the heat," she explained.

Compton started at the back of the 185-skier field "and I was psyched when I saw that. I knew it was a good position" to learn where other skiers, who started ahead of her, were in the race. "I wanted to start hard and keep the hammer down. It was a good plan for me, all the way."

U.S. Nordic Director Luke Bodensteiner said, "there was a lot of good racing going on. Once again, Houghton did an outstanding job of organizing things, and the athletes made it exciting. The women's race was pretty close, and I think we'll see more of that. It's certainly good to see Leif coming back and skiing hard. This should be a fun week."

After an off day Wednesday, racing resumes Thursday with classic technique competitions, a men's 15K CL and a women's 10K. In addition to the World Cup spots, which are to be decided, the championships also are being used in selecting a Junior Championships Team and Under-23 Championships squad.


OFFICIAL RESULTS
2008 U.S. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Michigan Tech
Houghton, MI - Jan. 1, 2008
(Only U.S. citizens eligible for medals)
Men's 10K Freestyle
1. Ivan Babikov, Russia (The Factory Team) 24:23.7
2. Leif Zimmermann, Bozeman, MT (U.S. Ski Team/Bridger Nordic) 24:39.3
3. Kris Freeman, Andover, NH (U.S. Ski Team/Andover Outing Club) 24:45.9
4. Garrott Kuzzy, Hayward, WI (Team CXC) 24:56.5
5. Marius Korthauer, Germany (University of Alaska Fairbanks) 24:58.0
6. Lars Flora, Anchorage, AK (The Factory Team/Alaska Pacific U. Nordic) 25:06.5
7. Brayton Osgood, Putney, VT (Team Fischer Craft) 25:16.6
8. Noah Hoffman, Sun Valley, ID (Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation) 25:17.3
9. Andrey Golovko, Kazakhstan (The Factory Team) 25:19.9
10. Justin Freeman, Andover, NH (The Factory Team) 25:28.8
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Women's 5K FR
1. Caitlin Compton, Minneapolis, MN (Team CXC/USBA) 13:47.1
2. Liz Stephen, East Montpelier, VT (U.S. Ski Team/Burke Mountain Academy) 14:11.8
3. Karin Camenisch, Switzerland (Team Rossignol) 14:17.3
4. Tazlina Mannix, Anchorage, AK (U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic) 14:19.6
5. Lindsey Dehlin, Mahtomedi, MN (U.S. Ski Team/Northern Michigan U.) 14:19.7
6. Sadie Bjornsen, Winthrop, WA (Methow Valley Nordic Club) 14:21.8
7. Morgan Arritola, Fairfield, ID (U.S. Ski Team/Sun Valley SEF) 14:22.5
8. Laura Valaas, Wenatchee, WA (U.S. Ski Team/Whitman College/APU Nordic) 14:25.8
9. Annelise Bailly, France (University of Denver) 14:27.3
10. Kikkan Randall, Anchorage, AK (U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic) 14:28.2

U.S. CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDALISTS
Men's 10K FR
Gold - Leif Zimmermann, Bozeman, MT (second U.S. title)
Silver - Kris Freeman, Andover, NH
Bronze - Garrott Kuzzy, Hayward, WI
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Women's 5K FR
Gold - Caitlin Compton, Minneapolis (second U.S. title)
Silver - Liz Stephen, East Montpelier, VT
Bronze - Tazlina Mannix, Anchorage, AK



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HOUGHTON, Mich. (Jan. 3) - Two-time Olympians Kikkan Randall and Lars Flora (both from Anchorage, AK) each won classic technique gold medals - for the women's 10K and men's 15K - Thursday at the U.S. Cross Country Championships. It was the seventh U.S. title for Randall, who recently became the first U.S. woman to win a World Cup cross country race, and Flora's fifth championship.

"I felt good at the start, but my arms were burning a bit going up that first climb. I wondered, 'Oooooh, what does that mean?' but about a K [kilometer] later I got the burn to go away, and by about two-and-a-half Ks I started feeling good," Randall said. "I was charging from then on.

"It's nice to have that spark," she added. "It's nice to win, but it's really good to be in a race where there's fighting for the win, where there's attacking."

Deceptive start leads into first hill
Randall tore over the two-lap course in 30:42.2 with Kristina Strandberg of Sweden second at 31:04.1. Since only U.S. citizens are eligible for medals - Canadians and overseas skiers are in a Guest Class, the silver medal went to the U.S. Ski Team's Morgan Arritola (Fairfield, ID), who skied third fastest in 31:35.1. The bronze medal went to Kate Arduser (Fairbanks, AK), the former Kate Pearson, who was fourth in 3:43.1.

The course led out and through a gradual downhill before the first uphill, which was a little deceptive, Randall said, "because you're going fast. But then you hit that first climb at about a K out, and that's where you could gauge how you were doing."

With the men's field of 249 skiers racing in the morning, the course held up well, she said. It got powdery in some corners, but overnight cold and 20-degree weather when the women went in the afternoon meant the track stayed solid. "There was a nice berm on one corner and you could roll right through that," Randall laughed.

Best known for her sprinting, Randall has been working to improve her distance racing in the last couple of seasons. Thursday's victory was her third distance title, to go with four sprint crowns.

Head Coach Pete Vordenberg was impressed by Randall's power and speed. "She started conservatively but then she turned it up...and she kept turning it up and up," he said. "And Morgan had an excellent race, too. She skied well, too."

Cook mixes sprinting with distance, too
Ivan Babikov, a Russian who is seeking Canadian citizenship, again had the fastest time (40:51.3), but the title went to Flora, who finished in 41:59.0. Andrey Golovko of Kazakhstan was third fastest, so the silver medal was awarded to Kris Freeman (Andover, NH), who was fourth. Chris Cook (Rhinelander, WI), another U.S. Ski Team racer, was bronze medalist.

"Cook had a good race. His focus on the World Cup is sprinting, but he's an NCAA champion [from Northern Michigan U.], so he can do distance, too. He was bronze medalist last year in the 10K classic and this was another good one for him."

Freeman, who had his best race in four years six weeks ago in Finland, is working his way back from a cold. Vordenberg said Freeman would go home to rest and put in some solid training to regain the conditioning he lost by being sick before Christmas. "We want 'Bird' [Freeman] healthy and racing like we know he can race when we go to Canada later this month for those World Cup races" Jan. 22-26 in Canmore, Alberta, he said.

The championships have an off day Friday with sprints both days of the weekend - freestyle technique (skating) sprints Saturday and classic technique team sprint races Sunday. Results from the championships will be used to determine World Cup starting berths for Canada, Junior World Championships and Under-23 Championships Team selection plus Scandinavian Cup junior racing spots.


OFFICIAL RESULTS
2008 U.S. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Michigan Tech Nordic Ski Center
Houghton, MI - Jan. 3, 2008
(Only U.S. citizens eligible for medals)
Men's 15K Classic
1. Ivan Babikov, Russia, The Factory Team, 40:51.3
2. Lars Flora, Anchorage, AK, The Factory Team/Alaska Pacific U. Nordic, 41:59.0
3. Andrey Golovko, Kazakhstan, The Factory Team, 41:59.1
4. Kris Freeman, Andover, NH, U.S. Ski Team/Andover Outing Club, 42:18.3
5. Chris Cook, Rhinelander, WI, U.S. Ski Team/Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation/Northern Michigan U., 42:20.3
6. Marius Korthauer, Germany, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 42:22.6
7. Garrott Kuzzy, Hayward, WI, Team CXC, 42:41.7
8. Leif Zimmermann, Bozeman, MT, U.S. Ski Team/Bridger Nordic, 42:45.1
9. Mike Sinnott, Sun Valley, ID, Sun Valley SEF, 42:46.7
10. Ben True, Hanover, NH, Dartmouth College/Sun Valley SEF, 42:51.1
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Women's 10K CL
1. Kikkan Randall, Anchorage, AK, U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic, 30:42.2
2. Kristina Strandberg, Sweden, The Factory Team, 31:04.1
3. Morgan Arritola, Fairfield, ID, U.S. Ski Team/Sun Valley SEF, 31:35.1
4. Kate Arduser, Fairbanks, AK, Team Rossignol/APU Nordic, 31:43.1
5. Caitlin Compton, Minneapolis, Team CXC/U.S. Biathlon Team, 31:43.3
6. Karin Camenisch, Switzerland, Team Rossignol, 31:44.5
7. Lindsey Dehlin, Mahtomedi, MN, U.S. Ski Team/Northern Michigan U., 31:53.6
8. Liz Stephen, East Montpelier, VT, U.S. Ski Team/Burke Mountain Academy, 31:55.3
9. Sadie Bjornsen, Winthrop, WA, Methow Valley Ski Team, 31:55.5
10. Laura Valaas, Wenatchee, WA, U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic, 31:58.5



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Default Randall, Newell Win Again

HOUGHTON, Mich. (Jan. 5) - Defending champions Andy Newell (Shaftsbury, VT) and Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK) led every heat Saturday en route to winning the men's and women's freestyle sprint title at the U.S. Cross Country Championships at Michigan Tech Nordic Ski Center. Randall, the first U.S. woman to win a World Cup cross country race, won her eighth U.S. gold medal while Newell earned his second.



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Default Newell-Koos, Williams-Dehlin Win Team Gold

HOUGHTON, Mich. (Jan. 6) - Andy Newell (Shaftsbury, VT) and Torin Koos (Leavenworth, WA), victimized a year ago by equipment problems, made up for it Sunday as they won the team sprint gold medal at the U.S. Cross Country Championships. Lindsey Dehlin (Mahtomedi, MN) and Lindsay Williams (Hastings, MN) won the women's team sprint in a big upset.

World Cup veterans Newell and Koos were favorites at the 2007 championships but Koos became tangled during a tag and eventually his binding ripped out. Lars Flora (Anchorage, AK) and Chad Giese (St. Paul, MN) rolled to the gold medal.

In the team sprint, each athlete skis a lap, then tags his or her partner until each has completed three laps. In these races, they skied 1.3K laps.

"I was thinking about that, about coming back to Houghton and winning this year's team sprint," Koos said. "Lars and Chad skied well and took advantage of the opportunity, but I felt like we had that national title taken away and I definitely had it in my mind to get it this year. It was a mission for me.

"My job as the leadoff skier is to go hard and string out the field, so when Andy skis people are chasing him. It turned out to be a little tighter than I was hoping, but the course with its rolling terrain and small hills made it tough to really break it open," Koos explained.

In the end, Newell and Koos won in 17:49.4. Newell held off Flora, who was paired with Kazakh Andrey Golovko, to win by a full second. Two other 2006 Olympians - Chris cook (Rhinelander, WI) and Leif Zimmermann (Bozeman, MT) - finished third with a time of 17:53.6.

Since only U.S. citizens are eligible for medals, the Flora-Golovko duo was entered in the Guest Class. So were the fourth-place team of Marius Korthauer and Vahur Teppan, students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks from, Germany and Estonia. Fifth-place finishers Mike Sinnott (Sun Valley, ID) and Colin Rodgers (also Sun Valley) were the bronze medalists.

Earlier on the final day of the championships at Michigan Tech Nordic Ski Center, Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK) and Laura Valaas (Wenatchee, WA) were upended by the two 2006 Olympians and 2007 NCAA champions from Northern Michigan U., who are on the U.S. B Team. (Dehlin won the NCAA 15K classic technique title while Williams was the 5K freestyle champion.)

Their gold-medal time was 21:24.4 with Team Rossignol's Karin Camenisch of Switzerland and Czech Martina Stursova finishing second in 21:30.9. Third place went to Randall and Valaas, two U.S. ski Team racers who train with Alaska Pacific U. Nordic. Randall and Valaas received the silver medal and the bronze went to the fifth-place team, Stratton Mountain School (VT) skiers Parker Tyler (Landgrove, VT) and Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT).

"Lindsey came into the final lap in second place, behind the Rossi skiers with the APU team not far back. So, when she handed off to me, I knew I had to pass the Rossi team and stay ahead of APU," Williams said. "I went like crazy. I wanted to get to first and open a gap.

"I didn't hold back," she said.

Randall said the changing snow conditions gave her and Valaas problems in the middle of the race. "Our plan was to ski hard, but the conditions changed and our skis were a bit slow," said Randall. She not only had won two gold medals at the championships, (the sprint Saturday and the 10K classic Thursday) but came to Houghton having just become the first U.S. woman to win a cross country World Cup race Dec. 16 in Russia.

"We were ready but the others were able to stretch it out. Still, it was exciting to see other women in this country skiing fast," she said. "That was really good and I hope they keep getting fast."

The championships were used to determine spots for the World Cup races Jan. 22-26 in Canmore, Alberta, the Junior World Championships, the U-23 Championships and Scandinavian Cup races. The teams will be announced this week.


OFFICIAL RESULTS
2008 U.S. CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Michigan Tech Nordic Ski Center
Houghton, MI - Jan. 6, 2008
Classic Technique Team Sprints (2x3 - l.3K laps)
(Only U.S. citizens eligible for medals)
Men
1. Andy Newell, Shaftbury, VT (U.S. Ski Team/Stratton Mountain School) and Torin Koos, Leavenworth, WA (U.S. Ski Team/Leavenworth Winter Sports Club), 17:49.4
2. Andrey Golovko, Kazakhstan (The Factory Team), and Lars Flora, Anchorage, AK (The Factory Team/Alaska Pacific U. Nordic), 19:50.8
3. Chris Cook, Rhinelander, WI (U.S. Ski Team/Northern Michigan U./Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation) and Leif Zimmermann, Bozeman, MT (U.S. Ski Team/Bridger Nordic), 17:53.6
4. Marius Korthauer, Germany (University of Alaska Fairbanks), and Vahur Teppan, Estonia (UAF), 18:09.4
5. Mike Sinnott, Sun Valley, ID (The Factory Team/Dartmouth College/Sun Valley SEF), and Colin Rogers, Sun Valley, ID (The Factory Team/Sun Valley SEF),18:45.8
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Women
1. Lindsey Dehlin, Mahtomedi, MN (U.S. Ski Team/Northern Michigan U.), and Lindsay Williams, Hastings, MN (U.S. Ski Team/Northern Michigan U.), 21:24.4
2. Karin Camenisch, Switzerland (Team Rossignol), and Martina Stursova, Czech Republic (Team Rossignol), 21:30.9
3. Laura Valaas, Wenatchee, WA (U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic), and Kikkan Randall, Anchorage, AK (U.S. Ski Team/APU Nordic), 21:41.6
4. Becca Rorabaugh, Anchorage, AK (U.S. Biathlon Team) and Kristina Strandberg, Sweden (The Factory Team), 22:07.0
5. Parker Tyler, Landgrove, VT (Stratton Mountain School) and Sophie Caldwell, Peru, VT (Stratton Mountain School), 22:11.1



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