Individuals were challenged to ski laps around a designated course. At the end of each lap, participants had to shoot at 5 targets using a paintball gun. For each target hit 10 seconds of time was deducted from their time.
Second-place finishes for both Alaskaâ€™s Max Olex and Northern Michiganâ€™s Rosie Frankowski in the mass start freestyle races wrapped up a banner week for the CCSA at the NCAA Championships at Soldier Hollow Resort in Utah.
Kikkan Randall skied into 13th Sunday in the 10k freestyle pursuit. In addition to her third-straight World Cup sprint title, Randall finished sixth in the overall standings behind overall champion Therese Johaug of Norway.
Three-time World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall received her globe after a fourth-place finish in Friday's classic sprint, the final sprint of the season as well as the opening event of the three-day Stage World Cup mini-tour finale in Falun.
Newly crowned World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) led the USA on Friday with a fourth-place finish in the final World Cup sprint of the season, which was also the opening event of the three-day Stage World Cup mini-tour in Falun.