2019 US Senior Nationals Results: Naming of US National Teams & Team Alaska Pre-qualifiers

Congratulations to the Alaskan skiers who qualified for international competition in later in January! Visit the National Nordic Foundation website for complete details.

U23 Team

  • Hannah Halvorsen, APU
  • Hailey Swirbul, APU
  • Hunter Wonders, APU
  • Thomas O’Harra – qualified but declined spot

World Junior Team

  • Kendall Kramer* NSCF-FXC
  • Gus Schumacher, Alaska Winter Stars
  • Luke Jager, APU
  • Zanden McMullen* APU

U18 Nations’ Cup Team

  • Adrianna Proffitt, Alaska Nordic Racing
  • Michael Earnhart, Alaska Nordic Racing

*Indicates athlete also qualified for U18 Nations’ Cup team but selected the World Junior team.

Alaska skiers ranked in the top 20 of the World Juniors list after the U.S. Senior National Championships will earn pre-qualified spots on Team Alaska. Alaska skiers ranked 21-30 of the World Juniors list will earn auto-qualified spots on Team Alaska. Cross Country Alaska will update the Team Alaska standings to reflect the final standings of the World Junior Championships list from US Senior Nationals. View all lists from US Senior Nationals here.

Additionally, skiers may pre-qualify on a national basis by earning a position on the Junior World Championships Biathlon Team.

  • Prequalified spots do not count against the team quota.
  • Autoqualified spots do count against the team quota.

Congratulations to each of the following athletes who earned a position on the Junior World Championship Biathlon Team.

Youth and Junior World Championship: Osrblie, Slovakia Jan. 27-Feb. 3

  • Maxime Germain
  • Maja Lapkass
  • Helen Wilson