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2013 NCAA Skiing Championships Women's Cross Country -- Middlebury, Vermont

An exciting mass start Nordic race under sunny skies.

The four leaders really stayed in the lead the whole race.

UVM skiers Linda Davind-Malm (16) and Anja Gruber (5).

UVM skier Janey McClelland.

The leaders approach a hill to cheers of the crowd.

UVM skiers working hard (5 and 16).

UVM's Anja Gruber (5) won NCAA Championship classic race on Thursday.

Race winner Joanne Reid of Colorado raises the CU flag.

Great sprint to finish for 2nd and 3rd place.

Eliska Hajkova of Colorado edged out Marine Dusser of U Alaska Anch.

Dartmouth's Mary O'Connell took 4th place.

Congratulations and hugs at the finish.

Midd students catchin' rays between the women's and men's races.

Congratulations to the ski racers at the 2013 NCAA Skiing Championships! The races were contested on the slopes of Middlebury Snow Bowl and trails of Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton, Vt.

While things were looking very good for UVM to take another title this year, they finished on the podium in third place. U Colorado and U Utah beat them out on the last day. Sigh.

The SkiMeister and I watched the last day of racing on Saturday. We saw the men's Nordic 20K freestyle and the women's 15K freestyle. We're posting images of each of these events on separate posts because there are quite a few images. Yeah, we're shutterbugs.

Below you'll find the top 10 women's race finishers and the final team scores for the 2013 NCAA Skiing Championships. 

1 REID, Joanne /Colorado U 

2 HAJKOVA, Eliska /Colorado U 

3 DUSSER, Marine /U Alaska Anchorage

4 O'CONNELL, Mary /Dartmouth 

5 BENUM, Silje /Denver U 

6 BEAN, Anya /U New Hampshire 

7 FRANKOWSKI, Rosie /Northern Michigan U 

8 HART, Annie /Dartmouth 

9 KEMP, Rose /U Utah 

10 CAPPEL, Makayla /Denver U

2013 Final Team Standings

 1 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO 

 2 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH 

 3 UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT 

 4 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER 

 5 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 

 6 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO 

 7 UNIV OF ALASKA ANCHORAGE 

 8 UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

 9 MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 

10 MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 

11 NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIV 

12 WILLIAMS COLLEGE 

13 COLBY COLLEGE 

14 UNIV OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS 

15 ST LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 

16 BATES COLLEGE 

17 HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

18 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE-PRESQUE ISLE

19 COLLEGE OF ST SCHOLASTICA 

20 ST MICHAELS COLLEGE 

21 BOWDOIN COLLEGE 

 

<link http: www.ncaa.com content external-link-new-window ncaa>For all results, visit the 2013 NCAA Skiing Championship website.

<link http: www.skimaven.com post mens-cross-country-2013-ncaa-skiing-championships-in-middlebury-vermont _top external-link-new-window>Visit this post for images of the 2013 NCAA Skiing Championships men's 20K freestyle race.

 

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