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UTAHNS DO WELL IN SKI RACES

Utah skiers John Aalberg and Ingrid Butts took top honors in the Yellowstone Rendezvous, the sixth event on the Great American Ski Chase cross country series.

Aalberg, a former University of Utah skiers and defending GASC champion, posted a time of 2 hours, 20 seconds. Audun Endestad of Fairbanks, Alaska, was second in 2:00.25. Third was Aasmund Drivenes, another former Ute, in 2:07.54.Butts, a U.S. Ski Team racer living in Park City, posted a time of 2:16.58. Laura Macabe of Salt Lake City, was second in 2:23.58. Jan Gunenther of Cary, Ill., was third.

In alpine racing, Hilary Lindh, a member of the U.S. Ski team and a former member of the Salt Lake-based Rowmark Ski Academy, was the top finisher in the World Cup downhill in Canada. She was 17th.