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Hill makes it three in a row

Good visibility but challenging conditions for ski touring race



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Jungen’s closest competitors for most of the race were the top recreational female racers, Whistler’s Tamsin Mills and Erika Janackone, who finished in 1:35.14 and 1:35.34. Erika was the first competitor to the last climb up Harvey’s, but Mills pulled ahead in the last section of the race to take the win. Carla Greer, also of Whistler, was third in 2:02.38.

The next stop for the Randonnee Rally series is at Crested Butte, Montana on Feb. 12, followed by events at Mammoth Mountain in California, Snoqualmie Pass in Washington and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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