Women's Ski Racing

Rocky's Svedberg wins national GS title; teammate Julliand is 2nd
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Freshman skier Frida Svedberg is on a historic run for Rocky Mountain College. Svedberg and sophomore teammate Eloise Julliand placed 1-2 on Tuesday afternoon in the women's giant slalom during the opening day of competition at the 36th United States Collegiate Ski Association national championships on Whiteface Mountain. With her latest victory at the site of the 1980 Winter Olympics, the 21-year-old Svedberg, who is from Sweden, became the first Rocky woman to ski to a national title in the GS. She has now won a school-record 11 races overall this winter -- and five in a row. For complete story from the Billings Gazette: Read more
Svedberg hopes to keep the wins coming at nationals
Rocky Mountain College's Frida Svedberg will ski into the national spotlight this week at the 36th annual United States Collegiate Ski Association championships in Lake Placid, N.Y. It has been a swift ascent this winter for the 21-year-old freshman from Ostersund, Sweden, who will take a four-race winning streak into Tuesday's giant slalom competition on Whiteface Mountain, which was the site of the 1980 Winter Olympics. For complete story from the Billings Gazette: Read more
 
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