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Repeat Winners At North American VASA

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TRAVERSE CITY - There were repeat champions in the 50K Freestyle race at the 37th North American VASA.  For highlights and reaction from the winners be sure to check out the video link.

Here's a complete list of winners from all of Saturday's races:

50K Freestyle

Male - Eli Brown (Williamsburg) 2:26:03

Female - Angela Palomaki  (Autrain) 2:54:14

50K Classic

Male - Allan Magi  (Dundas)  3:09:06

Female - Kathy Sanville  (White Bear Lake)  4:14:20

27K Freestyle

Male - Andrew Nadler  (Chicago)  1:20:35

Female - Amy Powell  (Lake Ann)  1:35:09

27K Classic

Male - Randal Bladel   (Granger)  1:44:00

Female - Amy Kostrzewa  (Northville)   2:17:32

12K Freestyle

Male - Mark Smith  (Petoskey)  39:55

Female - Jo Peregrine  (Traverse City)  51:51

12K Classic

Male - Barry O'Brien   (Traverse City)  1:05:28

Female - Gwenn Stevenson   (Oxford)  1:21:29

6K Freestyle

Male - Ian Durand   (Interlochen)  18:49

Female - Erin Lipp  (Traverse City)  22:23

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