Anchorage (KTUU) Strong showing continues for Alaskan cross country skiers at the L.L. Bean 2020 U.S. National cross-country skiing championships in Michigan. Four skiers finished on the podium after Sunday's classic mass start.
Anchorage's Erik Bjornsen won the men's 30-kilometer classic mass start with a time of 1:19.34. Alaska Winter Star's Gus Schumacher took fourth with a time of 1:19.55.2, and APU'S Tyler Kornfield and Hunter Wonders finished 7th and 19th respectively.
In the women's 20-kilometer mass start, APU'S Hailey Swirbul won with a time of 1:04.06.7 but right behind her in second is Anchorage's Caitlin Patterson with a time of 1:04.07.7. In 5th is APU'S Rosie Frankowski and in 6th is APU'S Becca Rorabaugh.
Moving over to the boys 10 - kilometer race, Anchorage's Luke Jager wins with a time of 29:39.7 and in the girls' 7.5-kilometer race, West Valley's Kendall Kramer took third.
The national championships finish up with the classic sprint races on January 7th.
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