The Central Collegiate Ski Association put three skiers on the podium Saturday at the NorAm SuperTour freestyle race at Telemark Resort in Cable, Wisc. Lindsay Williams was second in the 4.8-kilometer freestyle in 12 minutes, 28.1 seconds, just a half second faster than teammate Lindsey Weier. NMU's Maria Stuber was fourth in 12:40.3.
The only reason Williams and Weier raced was that the Under-23 World Ski Championships at which they had planned to compete in Tarvisio, Italy, were recently postponed until March because of lack of snow.
Caitlin Compton, a former NMU skier now with the development team CXC, won the race in 12:10.3.
For the men, Marius Korthauer of the Alaska Nanooks tied for third with CXC's Bryan Cook (also a former NMU skier) in the 9.6-kilometer race, finishing in 22:06.6.
The tie was the second in as many weeks for Korthauer, who deadlocked with teammate Vahur Teppan in the SuperTour freestyle race at Mount Itasca in Minnesota a week ago.
Lars Flora of the Subaru Factory Team continued his recent domination by winning in 21:34.1.
Martin Banerud of NMU finished seventh on Saturday and Teppan placed ninth.
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