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NCAA Championships: Uhl and Maempel win at Black Mountain

After bad weather postponed yesterday’s scheduled GS races, nordic competition kicked off today at the 2009 NCAA Skiing Championships hosted by Bated College.

The men were tested first with a 10K classic at Black Mountain. The University of Vermont’s Juergen Uhl took home the victory ten seconds ahead of the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Raphael Wunderle in second. The University of Colorado’s Harald Ostensen rounded out the podium in third, 15 seconds off the winning pace.

Denver University’s Antje Maempel won the women’s 5K, followed by the University of New Mexico’s Polina Ermoshina in second and UAA’s Sadie Bjornsen in third.

The women’s 15K and men’s 20K freestyle races will be held March 14.

 For complete results click here.


After bad weather postponed yesterday’s scheduled GS races, nordic competition kicked off today at the 2009 NCAA Skiing Championships hosted by Bated College.

The men were tested first with a 10K classic at Black Mountain. The University of Vermont’s Juergen Uhl took home the victory ten seconds ahead of the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Raphael Wunderle in second. The University of Colorado’s Harald Ostensen rounded out the podium in third, 15 seconds off the winning pace.

Denver University’s Antje Maempel won the women’s 5K, followed by the University of New Mexico’s Polina Ermoshina in second and UAA’s Sadie Bjornsen in third.

The women’s 15K and men’s 20K freestyle races will be held March 14.

 For complete results click here.


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