Club Nordic skiers strong in Minturn
Steamboat Springs — It was a great day for the Gebhardts and a good one for the rest of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Nordic skiers last weekend at a pair of cross country races in Minturn.
Wyatt Gebhardt won his freestyle interval start race and a mass start classic skiing race in the U16 boys division. Waverly Gebhardt, meanwhile, accomplished the same feat, a gold medal sweep, in the girls U14 division.
They were far from alone on their team as plenty of other Steamboat racers posted good results.
Lars Hannah helped lead the way, placing first in the U20 division of the freestyle race and second overall and first among U20 racers in the classic event.
Simon Zink was sixth overall and second in U18 in the classic race. He also was sixth in the U18 freestyle race. Finn O’Connell was fourth in classic and eighth in freestyle in the U18 division, Evan Barbier was seventh and third, and Alasdair Tutt was fourth in the masters division classic race. Grand Andrews was fifth in the U18 freestyle race.
Tyler Terranova was right on Wyatt Gebhardt’s heels in the U16 division, placing second in the classic race and third in the freestyle race. Sven Tate was sixth and ninth, and Jimmy Colfer was seventh and 10th. Elijah Vargas was seventh in the freestyle race, Decker Dean was 13th and Brenden Andrews was 18th.
Kathleen O’Connell led the way for Steamboat’s top U18 women. She was fourth overall in the classic race, third in U18. She also placed second in the freestyle U18 race. Anna Burkholder was fourth in the U18 category of both events. Jordi Floyd was fifth in the classic U18 race while Abbey Habermehl was fifth in the freestyle race. Esther DelliQuadri was 10th, and Olivia Requist was 14th.
Avery Harrington was second behind Waverly Gebhardt in the classic and freestyle races, and Reilly Mewborn made it a Steamboat sweep in both of those events, placing third twice.
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