Photo: Kings and queens of the mountain | AspenTimes.com

Photo: Kings and queens of the mountain

Four Roaring Fork valley skiers had strong finishes at last week's U.S. Ski Mountaineering National Championships in Crested Butte. From left, John Gaston of Aspen, Max Taam of Aspen, Jessie Young of Aspen, and Lindsay Plant of Carbondale.
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Four Roaring Fork valley skiers had strong finishes at last week’s U.S. Ski Mountaineering National Championships in Crested Butte. From left, John Gaston of Aspen, Max Taam of Aspen, Jessie Young of Aspen, and Lindsay Plant of Carbondale.

John Gaston finished first in the Vertical, second in the individual and first in the team race with Max Taam, who placed first in the individual. Jessie Young was first in the individual and first in the team with Lindsey Plant, who finished third in the individual and also placed high in the Vertical.


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