2004 SuperTour

Posted by David Kask on Jan 29 2004 at 04:00PM PST
From Andrew Gerlach's news letter and 2004 SuperTour Dussault, Chamberlain Top PARK CITY, Utah (Jan. 28) - Rebecca Dussault (Subaru Factory Team, Gunnison, CO) Dave Chamberlain (Fischer, Bethel, ME), and Andy Newell (US Developmental Team, Shaftsbury, VT) are the big winners in the 2004 cross country SuperTour and will be headed to Europe in a few weeks to race in the final World Cups. Dussault, who returned to racing this season after getting married and having a baby in the last three years, won 10 of the 21 SuperTour races and easily took the women's SuperTour title with 428 points - 185 points ahead of Olympian Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK), a U.S. Development Team skier who had two wins, and Olympic teammate Wendy Wagner (Park City, UT) that finished third with 232 points. Dussault also breezed to the women's SuperTour sprint title compiling 117 points (two wins) to 81 for Randall. On the men's side, Chamberlain had four victories and 329 points. Chris Cook Rhinelander, WI), another U.S. Development Team member, was runner up with one win and 249 points. Chad Giese (Subaru Factory Team, St. Paul, MN) was third with 231 points. 2004 CROSS COUNTRY SuperTour Overall Standings - Final (21 races - wins in parentheses) Women 1. Rebecca Dussault, Gunnison, Colo., 428 (10) Subaru Factory Team 2. Kikkan Randall, Anchorage, Alaska, 243 (2) APU/US Developmental Group 3. Wendy Wagner, Park City, Utah, 232 (3) US Ski Team 4. Aubrey Smith, Seward, Alaska, 223 US Developmental Group 5. Katrin Smigun, Estonia, 183 Subaru Factory Team Men 1. Dave Chamberlain, Bethel, Maine, 329 points (4 wins) Fischer 2. Chris Cook, Rhinelander, Wis., 249 (1) US Developmental Group 3. Chad Giese, St. Paul, Minn., 231 Subaru Factory Team 4. Leif Zimmermann, Bozeman, Mont., 185 (2) US Developmental Group 5. Ivan Babikov, Canada, 182 (4) **********************************************************************


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