Wednesday, February 9, 2005

2005 Boulder Mountain Ski Tour Results


February 5, 2005, the 30th annual 32-kilometer (19.8-mile) cross-country ski tour. The course was the historical trail starting at Senate Creek near Galena Lodge Touring Center 23 miles north of Ketchum and ending at the Sawtooth National Recreation Area headquarters 8 miles north of Ketchum. Title sponsor was Wells Fargo.

Of the 830 racers who finished the course—125 fewer than last year—510 were male and 320 female. Senior racers were Charley French, 78, of Ketchum and Ruth Grubisic, 69, of Rossland, B.C., Canada. The youngest, 10, was Ketchum Wilt of Hailey. Of the 830 finishers, 195 or 24% of the total field listed Wood River Valley addresses, meaning 76% came from out of the valley.

Finishing times of the locals who completed the American Ski Marathon Series course are listed by age class in hours, minutes and seconds. Overall rankings appear after each racer's name. Identified in bold are local age-class placers, and overall winners.

TOP WOMEN

1—Suzanne King, Bend 1.17:36.9

2—Morgan Arritola, SV 1.18:40.6

3—Shayla Swanson, Mt. 1.18:41.9

4—Grethe Hagensen, Mt.. 1.18:42.5

5—Rebecca Wheeler, Wyo. 1.21:20.4

FEMALE RACERS

Ages 65-69

1—Frieda Johnson, Bozeman, Mt., 635, 1.58:31. 2—Joanne Davis, Sun Valley, 711, 2.07:25. 3—Ruth Grubisic, Rossland, B.C., Canada, 817, 2.56:39.

Ages 60-64

1—Jenny Busdon, Ketchum, 486, 1.46:16. 2—Grace Dyck, Granby, Colo., 513, 1.48:54. 2—Sandra Knapp, Bozeman, Mt., 569, 1.52:28.

7—Carolyn Walton, 684 2.03:26

8—JoAnn Levy, 792 2.32:44

Ages 55-59

1—Gabriele Andersen, Sun Valley, 260, 1.31:29. 2—June Lane, Truckee, Ca., 278, 1.32:58. 3—Linda McClatchy, Hailey, 358, 1.37:55.

5—Alex Wilson, 565 1.52:20

10—Carol Monteverde, 663 2.01:47

14—Karen Johnston, 739 2.13:17

15—Ann Scales, 749 2.15:09

16—Jude Hawkes, 752 2.16:08

20—Kathy Lynn, 775 2.25:48

Ages 50-54

1—Kim Springer, Wilson, Wyo., 255, 1.31:17. 2—Deborah Wagner, Park City, Utah, 311, 1.35:01. 3—Carolyn Roche, Bozeman, 439, 1.43:23.

6—Lisa Bjerke, 495 1.47:03

7—Joni Cashman, 498 1.47:10

10—Sara Gorham, 561 1.51:54

18—Francette Labatut, 672 2.02:20

25—Linda Hunter, 731 2.11:47

27—Jenna Hall, 760 2.17:58

29—Cheri Lenhart, 786 2.31:00

Ages 45-49

1—Adrienne Leugers, Hailey, 94, 1.22:20. 2—E.J. Harpham, Bellevue, 132, 1.24:45. 3—Darlene Young, Ketchum, 172, 1.27:04.

9—Kim Nalen, 284 1.33:16

11—Katharine Sheldon, 307 1.34:44

16—Brenda Spackman, 405 1.41:06

22—Trish Klahr, 465 1.44:58

25—Nancy Murphy, 477 1.45:49

26—Diana Ryan, 497 1.47:07

30—Becky Reitinger, 559 1.51:50

31—Suzy Hayes, 566 1.52:21

32—Becky Stokes, 580 1.53:40

34—Taina Raff, 596 1.55:04

41—Nanette Ford, 638 1.59:15

42—Greta Magee, 643 1.59:39

Ages 40-44

1—Suzanne King, Bend, Ore., 43, 1.17:36. 2—Grethe-Lise Hagensen, Bozeman, 57, 1.18:42. 3—Roxanne Toly, Park City, Utah, 77, 1.21:20.

7—Heidi Wilt, 104 1.23:16

9—Jennifer Campbell, 171 1.27:03

10—Kelly Allison, 195 1.28:35

11—Gretchen Flint, 210 1.29:27

12—Kim Kawaguchi, 230 1.30:12

17—Susan Thoreson, 292 1.33:39

35—Sue Hamilton, 501 1.47:44

38—Kim Fluetsch, 517 1.48:57

40—Kaz Thea, 527 1.49:35

46—Juli Evans, 571 1.52:55

49—Molly Goodyear, 593 1.54:54

53—Melissa Scott, 667 2.01:56

56—Kelly Martin, 680 2.03:09

60—Lucy Bourret, 738 2.13:16

62—Laurie Breedveld, 742 2.14:14

63—Maura Pfeiffer, 747 2.15:03

64—Devra Mary, 750 2.15:20

66—Kathy Hatch, 777 2.26:02

Ages 35-39

1—Darla McRoberts, Hailey, 98, 1.22:54. 2—Paula Hudson, Park City, 110, 1.23:46. 3—Tricia Swartling, Ketchum, 126, 1.24:27.

18—Susan Robinson, 355 1.37:45

20—Wendy Rector, 461 1.44:41

21—Trina Peters, 462 1.44:47

25—Janelle Conners, 522 1.49:19

29—Lynette Kerns, 550 1.51:06

40—Veronique Forgeat, 685 2.03:28

46—Diana Reck, 756 2.17:01

47—Catherine Parris, 773 2.25:26

Ages 30-34

1—Rebecca Wheeler, Casper, Wyo., 76, 1.21:20. 2—Michelle Jensen, Boise, 89, 1.22:06. 3—Cindi Hillemeyer, Ketchum, 96, 1.22:47

6—Francie St. Onge, 162 1.26:37

9—Karoline Droege, 248 1.31:02

13—Mary Tess O'Sullivan, 382 1.38:57

22—Charil Reis, 588 1.54:44

24—Calysta Phillips, 598 1.55:08

25—Brenda Marie Reynolds, 659 2.01:10

Ages 25-29

1—Barb Jones, Hailey, 90, 1.22:07. 2—Coreen Woodbury, Bend, 119, 1.24:11. 3—Ingeborg Scheve, Bend, 123, 1.24:22.

9—Kristen Albright, 364 1.38:08

11—Lisa Scales, 435 1.43:18

17—Michel Pola, 688 2.04:02

18—Heather Zerba, 721 2.09:06

19—Gina Fabiano, 728 2.11:06

21—Nadia Novik, 764 2.19:14

Ages 18-24

1—Morgan Arritola, Fairfield, 55, 1.18:40. 2—Shayla Swanson, Bozeman, 56, 1.18:41. 3—Emily Robins, Bozeman, 78, 1.21:21.

6—Erin Magee, 371 1.38:20

Ages 13-17

1—Kathryn Pope, McCall, 480, 1.46:07. 2—Emily Newhouse, Pocatello, 515, 1.48:55. 3—Arielle Kronenberg, Boise, 671, 2.02:10.

Ages 12-and-under

1—Hannah Newhouse, Pocatello, 789, 2.32:07. 2—Anna Cassell, Salt Lake City, Utah, 805, 2.44:09. 3—Marley Arango, 808, 2.48:04.

TOP MEN

1—Eric Meyer, Colo. 1.09:43.3

2—Patrick Weaver, Bend 1.09:43.7

3—Nathan Schultz, Colo. 1.09:44.2

4—Robert Whitney, Mt. 1.10:01.2

5—Tobias Schwoerer, B.C. 1.10:05.8

6—Jason Travis, ParkCity 1.11:06.5

7—Jon Engen, Ketchum 1.11:42.4

8—John King, Ketchum. 1.11:42.8

9—Dave Aschwanden, Colo. 1.11:43.6

10—Eric Jensen, Boise 1.11:43.9

MALE RACERS

Ages 75-79

1—Norman Clark, Ketchum, 450, 1.44:10. 2—Charley French, Ketchum, 533, 1.49:59.

Ages 70-74

1—Joe Csizmazia, Underwood, Wash., 576, 1.53:13. 2—Norman Bishop, Bozeman, 597, 1.55:05. 3—Alan Jackson, Bozeman, 651, 2.00:25.

Ages 65-69

1—Tim Carter, Granby, Colo., 329, 1.36:08. 2—Nello Busdon, Ketchum, 340, 1.36:33. 3—Carl Kjeldsberg, Salt Lake City, 367, 1.38:12.

7—Ted Angle, 505 1.48:10

Ages 60-64

1—Del Pletcher, Sun Valley, 47, 1.17:40. 2—Patrick Armstrong, McCall, 222, 1.30:05. 3—Robert Disbrow, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 282, 1.33:11.

12—Peter Maier, 451 1.44:11

16—Bruce Norvell, 502 1.47:53

17—Tom Campion, 523 1.49:22

19—Roger Miller, 560 1.51:50

20—Roger Foreman, 582 1.53:49

23—Sam East, 623 1.57:25

25—Michael Leach, 626 1.57:50

26—Ran Bracher, 634 1.58:30

28—Jim Jaquet, 661 2.01:27

29—Chip Mills, 693 2.04:20

Ages 55-59

1—Tom Noaker, Oakley, Utah, 29, 1.15:52. 2—Fran Wikstrom, Salt Lake City, 71, 1.20:34. 3—Ralph Johnson, Truckee, Ca., 146, 1.25:30.

8—James Cleveland, 209 1.29:26

13—Michael Dunham, 262 1.31:40

22—Dick Andersen, 346 1.37:05

26—Edward Miller, 422 1.42:11

28—Steve Kearns, 434 1.43:16

29—Alan Durkheimer, 436 1.43:20

34—Mathew Gervase, 491 1.46:48

36—Raymond Flood, 525 1.49:28

43—Mike Penrose, 670 2.02:09

45—John Gladics, 700 2.05:16

46—Rich Fabiano, 720 2.09:06

47—Robert Shaw, 724 2.10:38

49—Andy Parnes, 759 2.17:14

50—Carl Bontrager, 776 2.25:49

Ages 50-54

1—Randy Beckner, Helena, Mt., 31, 1.16:06. 2—Donald Bauder, Bigfork, Mt., 36, 1.16:45. 3—Jim Mitchell, Jackson Hole, Wyo., 46, 1.17:39.

6—Jim McClatchy, 83 1.21:48

10—Greg Thompson, 137 1.25:03

15—Jim Bradford, 152 1.25:45

18—Jon Holmquist, 189 1.28:19

21—Tom Pomeroy, 202 1.29:04

22—Will Raff, 205 1.29:13

25—Pat Simpson, 221 1.30:04

29—Heinz Schlosser, 266 1.31:56

30—Tom Bowman, 279 1.33:02

35—Keith Perry, 302 1.34:28

49—Gary Shelton, 400 1.40:55

51—Thad Farnham, 409 1.41:11

60—Alan Stevenson, 458 1.44:35

71—Rick Roudabush, 621 1.57:11

75—Steve Edsall, 648 2.00:18

76—Kent Lyons, 665 2.01:48

77—Jay Johnson, 722 2.10:15

79—Glenn Hunter, 741 2.13:48

80—Charlie Pomeroy, 753 2.16:08

Ages 45-49

1—Jon Engen, Ketchum, 7, 1.11:42. 2—David Zink, Fraser, Colo., 21, 1.13:42. 3—Todd Henneman, Park City, 33, 1.16:07.

5—Kris Thoreson, 44 1.17:37

16—Peter Palmedo, 135 1.25:00

17—Scott Danielson, 136 1.25:01

18—Daniel Pastick, 141 1.25:10

25—Brian Elkins, 167 1.26:47

32—Jeff Williams, 235 1.30:31

33—Kyle Kunz, 237 1.30:34

36—Bob Closser, 253 1.31:11

39—Bob Lowry, 265 1.31:51

57—Steve Born, 395 1.40:17

59—Jack Bunce, 415 1.41:45

61—Andrew Hawley, 440 1.43:32

65—Gerhard Hoechtl, 473 1.45:34

67—George Rutherford, 481 1.46:07

81—Don Haisley, 618 1.56:53

82—Blair Clark, 637 1.58:58

83—Don Grahn, 640 1.59:24

86—Greg Urbany, 689 2.04:04

87—Stewart Sonneland, 694 2.04:27

91—Ned Wheeler, 746 2.14:45

Ages 40-44

1—Barry Makarewicz, Salt Lake City, 11, 1.11:44. 2—Scott Creel, Bozeman, 20, 1.13:39. 3—Dan Packman, Bend, 30, 1.16:00.

12—Jake Peters, 95 1.22:46

18—Lee Melly, 138 1.25:06

30—Jim Santa, 207 1.29:21

33—Tim Inch, 224 1.30:07

40—Peter Watkins, 268 1.32:00

47—Tim Hamilton, 333 1.36:15

50—Jim Gratteau, 387 1.39:16

54—Tom Loutzenheiser, 490 1.46:35

56—Kevin Lupton, 524 1.49:27

60—Terry Potts, 604 1.55:37

67—Motohiko Sato, 715 2.08:05

68—John Kanellitsas, 718 2.08:53

70—Danny Hornbuckle, 727 2.10:58

71—James Parris, 774 2.25:33

72—Gregory Wilt, 814 2.49:16

Ages 35-39

1—Patrick Weaver, Bend, 2, 1.09:43. 2—Jason Travis, Park City, 6, 1.11:06. 3—Dave Aschwanden, Cedaredge, Colo., 9, 1.11:43.

12—Will Hovey, 50 1.17:48

14—Jeff Ford, 52 1.17:49

16—Wilhelm Northrop, 65 1.19:44

18—Mat Hall, 69 1.20:26

20—Mark Gilbreath, 79 1.21:24

24—Whitney Albright, 102 1.23:05

25—Ed Lynt, 105 1.23:16

27—Jeremy Fryberger, 112 1.23:51

29—Chris Williams, 122 1.24:19

44—Mike Stevens, 271 1.32:15

49—David Chase, 332 1.36:14

54—Jim Hilding, 421 1.42:07

55—Chris Schatz, 445 1.43:53

56—Mike Herlinger, 456 1.44:31

66—Brian Yeager, 608 1.55:45

69—Matthew Phillips, 645 1.59:50

73—Kevin Carey, 765 2.19:19

75—James Turner, 818 3.03:47

Ages 30-34

1—Nathan Schultz, Subaru Factory Team, Colo., 3, 1.09:44. 2—John King, Ketchum, 8, 1.11:42. 3—Kiefer Hahn, Missoula, Mt., 17, 1.13:31.

21—Ben Young, 129 1.24:37

23—Ryan Still, 179 1.27:26

26—Chris O'Donnell, 203 1.29:04

33—Craven Moorehead, 327 1.35:57

35—Jason Hayes, 335 1.36:19

36—Scott Fowler, 352 1.37:38

38—Phil Huss, 374 1.38:33

40—Mike Shepard, 427 1.42:47

42—David Egnatz, 432 1.42:58

Ages 25-29

1—Eric Meyer, Subaru Factory Team, Colo., 1, 1.09:43. 2—Robert Whitney, Subaru Factory Team, Mont., 4, 1.10:01. 3—Tobias Schwoerer, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 5, 1.10:05.

10—Ryan Juno, 240 1.30:42

13—Tobias Ripsom, 369 1.38:13

Ages 18-24

1—Josh Smullin, Boulder, Colo., 16, 1.13:20. 2—Casey Simons, Salt Lake City, 18, 1.13:36. 3—Levi Hensel, Bend, 22, 1.14:15.

Ages 13-17

1—Jake Garfield, Salt Lake City, 431, 1.42:55.

Ages 12-and-under

1—Charlie Fereday, Boise, 342, 1.36:40. 2—Jonathan Merritt, Meridian, 509, 1.48:30. 3—Andrew Pfeiffer, Ketchum, 744, 2.14:44.

4—Nicol Wheeler, 745 2.14:45

5—Ketchum Wilt, 813 2.49:15

TIME IMPROVEMENTS OVER 2004

All 87 returning local skiers from 2004 improved their finishing times, many of them by 15 to 20 minutes, but 41 of the 87 local skiers improved by 20 minutes or more compared to last February.

(20 minutes faster or more)

Women: Devra Mary 47:34, Kathy Lynn 45:31, Laurie Breedveld 41:04, Diana Reck 38:14, Kim Fluetsch 34:04, Carol Monteverde 32:37, Linda McClatchy 32:24, Taina Raff 31:38, Kelly Allison 27:35, Jenna Hall 25:57, Jude Hawkes 25:11, Maura Pfeiffer 25:10, Francette Labatut 24:54, Trish Klahr 24:43, Tricia Swartling 23:43, Sue Hamilton 22:10, Nancy Murphy 21:46, Lisa Bjerke 21:21, Karen Johnston 20:51.

Men: Robert Shaw 78:47, Carl Bontrager 45:31, Jim Gratteau 43:56, John Gladics 38:41, Mike Penrose 35:28, Will Hovey 33:21, Ran Bracher 32:47, Chris O'Donnell 32:08, Charley French 31:43, John Kanellitsas 30:44, Ted Angle 28:55, Edward Miller 28:25, Jim Jaquet 26:09, Scott Danielson 25:26, Charlie Pomeroy 25:13, Mike Stevens 24:26, Mark Gilbreath 23:09, Greg Thompson 22:56, Sam East 22:18, Kevin Lupton 22:17, Norman Clark 22:03, Pat Simpson 22:01, Nello Busdon 21:50, Jeremy Fryberger 21:27, Jeff Williams 21:13, Wilhelm Northrop 21:01, Roger Miller 20:35, Peter Watkins 20:33, Jake Peters 20:07,

HISTORY

32 kilometer courses

2005 Eric Meyer 1.09:43.3

Suzanne King 1.17:36.9

2004 Nathan Schultz 1.23:17.2

Rebecca Dussault 1.29:34.1

2003 Eric Meyer 1.06:27.6

Brooke Baughman 1.12:36.1

2002 Justin Wadsworth 1.16:01

Suzanne King 1.26:10

2001 Justin Wadsworth 1.12:49

Unni Odegard 1.20:16

2000 Carl Swenson 1.22:46.4

Kelly Schalk 1.27:59.5

1999 Carl Swenson 1.20:47.6

Laura McCabe 1.31:31.0

30 kilometer courses

1998 Carl Swenson 1.16:45.3

Kelly Schalk 1.28:05.7

1997 Marcus Nash 1.15:39.8

Ingrid Butts 1.27:46.0

1996 Ben Husaby 1.20:30.3

Ingrid Butts 1.32:06.6

1995 Havard Solbakken 1.05:34.3

Heidi Selnes 1.12:13.2

1994 Bjorn Laukli 1.13:11

Jeannie Wall 1.22:00

1993 Audun Endestad 1.12:29

Laura McCabe 1.18:31

1992 Asmund Drivenes 1.11:02

Laura McCabe 1.17:57

1991 John Aalberg 1.09:29

E.J. Holcomb 1.20:53

1990 Audun Endestad 1.14:59

Angie Stevenson 1.29:03

1989 John Aalberg 1.19:50

Roxanne Toly 1.34:22

1988 Ken McCarthy 1.16:29

Alison Kiesel 1.29:12

1987 Ken McCarthy 1.16:25

Sue Long 1.23:29

1986 Mark Pearson 1.26:44

E.J. Holcomb 1.38:35

1985 Dave Bingham 1.38:58

E.J. Holcomb 2.01:50

1984 Dave Bingham 1.32:07

Janet Kellam 1.47:34

1983 Not run

1982 Randy Meyers 1.28:30

Gabriele Andersen 1.42:59

1981 Not run

1980 Kevin Swigert 1.19:50

Gabriele Andersen 1.30:48

1979 Fritz Koch 1.40:25

Lindsay Putnam 1.57:11

1978 Jim Speck (tie) 2.08:34

Bob Kassow (tie) 2.08:34

Gabriele Andersen 2.14:57

1977 Not run

1976 Kevin Swigert 1:49.18

Kristina Hindert 2.08:28

1975 Kevin Swigert 2.05:50

Heidi Burkhart 2:33.07

1974 Bob Rosso 1.54:30

Polly Sidwell 2.18:15

1973 Brent Hansen 2.53:15

Julie Gorton 3.09:30

FASTEST BOULDER WINNING TIMES (32k courses)

Men—Eric Meyer of Boulder, Colo. 1.06:27.6 in 2003.

Women—Brooke Baughman of Ketchum 1.12:36.1 in 2003.

FASTEST BOULDER WINNING TIMES (30k courses)

Men--Havard Solbakken of Salt Lake City 1.05:34.3 in 1995, breaking the old record of 1.09:29 set by John Aalberg of Salt Lake City in 1991.

Women--Heidi Selnes of Salt Lake City, 1.12:13.2 in 1995, breaking the old record of 1.17:57 established by Laura Mueggler-McCabe of Summit, Utah in 1992.




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