Twelve named to U.S. nordic teams for 2003-04

Twelve named to U.S. nordic teams for 2003-04{mosimage}A dozen U.S. skiers will comprise the three nordic teams fielded by the U.S. Ski Team next season. The cross-country team will include six skiers — five men and one woman. U.S. nordic director Luke Bodensteiner said the group would train under head coach Trond Nystad and his staff in Park City, Utah, for the summer and early fall.

There will also be a five-man nordic combined team — with Bill Demong returning after missing last season with a fractured skull — and a one-man jumping team with teenager Clint Jones.

U.S. Cross-Country Team
Kris Freeman, 22, Andover, N.H.
Justin Freeman, 26, Andover, N.H.
Andrew Johnson, 25, Greensboro, Vt.
Torin Koos, 22, Leavenworth, Wash.
Carl Swenson, 33, Boulder, Colo.
Wendy Wagner, 29, Park City, Utah

U.S. Cross-Country Development Team
Chris Cook, 22, Rhinelander, Wis.
Andy Newell, 19, Shaftsbury, Vt.
Melissa Oram, 23, Taberg, N.Y.
Kikkan Randall, 20, Anchorage, Alaska
Aubrey Smith, 23, Seward, Alaska
Lindsey Weier, 18, Mahtomedi, Minn.
Leif Zimmerman, 19, Bozeman, Mont.

U.S. Nordic Combined Team
Bill Demong, 23, Vermontville, N.Y.
Jed Hinkley, 21, Andover, N.H.
Todd Lodwick, 26, Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Johnny Spillane, 22, Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Carl Van Loan, 22, Webster, N.H.

Nordic Combined Development Team
Brett Camerota, 18, Park City Utah
Eric Camerota, 18, Park City, Utah
Nathan Gerhart, 20, Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Alex Glueck, 20, Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Morgan Goodwin, 18, Keene, N.Y.

U.S. Jumping Team
Clint Jones, 18, Steamboat Springs, Colo.

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