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Diggins Qualifies Second in Gatineau Skate Sprint

The 2016 Ski Tour Canada opened on Tuesday in Gatineau, Quebec, with World Cup racers like Sweden’s Hanna Falk and American Jessie Diggins putting a stamp on the freestyle sprint qualifier, posting the fastest and second-fastest times around the 1.7-kilometer course at Jacques Cartier Park, respectively.

Falk topped the women’s qualifier in 3:32.76 minutes on a cold morning with temperatures around -6 degrees Celsius (21 Fahrenheit).

Out of 72 women in the field, Diggins, of the U.S. Ski Team, qualified second, 2.09 seconds back, and Norway’s Ingvild Flugstad Østberg advanced in third (+4.08).

American Sadie Bjornsen qualified eighth (+5.8), and the U.S. had two more women in the heats with Sophie Caldwell advancing in 26th (+12.45) and Ida Sargent in 28th (+12.87).

Canada’s 20-year-old Maya MacIsaac-Jones, of Rocky Mountain Racers, nabbed the final qualifying spot in 30th (+13.07).

Behind her, Rosie Brennan (USA) was 38th (+15.18), Dahria Beatty (CAN) 45th, Annie Hart (USA) 46th, Olivia Bouffard-Nesbitt (CAN) 29th, Caitlin Gregg (USA) 53rd, Annika Taylor (Great Britain/Sugar Bowl Academy) 54th, Cendrine Browne (CAN) 55th, Andrea Dupont (CAN) 56th, Jessica Yeaton (Australia/APU) 57th, Jenn Jackson (CAN) 58th, Liz Stephen (USA) 59th, Kaitlynn Miller (USA) 61st, Katharine Ogden (USA) 62nd, Alannah Maclean (CAN) 63rd, Sophie Carrier-Laforte (CAN) 64th, Chelsea Holmes (USA) 65th, Emily Nishikawa (CAN) 66th, Marie Corriveau (CAN) 67th, Katherine Stewart-Jones (CAN) 68th, Jennie Bender (USA) 70th, Annika Hicks (CAN) 71st, and Jaqueline Mourao (Brazil/CNEPH) 72nd.

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