The ski team logged only two top 10 finishes in Thursday's GS, not enough to rally the Buffs as CU finished second in the UAA Seawolf Invitational.
Mads Stroem and Rune Oedegaard again went 1-2 in the men's classic race and the top-ranked University of Colorado ski team held onto second place Thursday here at the Seawolf Invitational, hosted by Alaska Anchorage.
The men's Nordic duo of Rune Oedegaard and Mads Stroem went 1-2 for the sixth time in seven races this season and the top-ranked University of Colorado ski team is in second place, just eight points back of Utah after the first day here at the Seawolf Invitational.
Junior Adam Zika, captain of the men's alpine team at the University of Colorado, became the first men's skier in CU history to win a medal, earning the silver medal for the Overall Competition at the 27th World University Games, wrapping up a successful completion for the Buffs.
Junior Thea Grosvold became just the third skier in CU history to win a Gold Medal and fourth to win any medal as the 27th running of the World University Games continued here Friday.
The top-ranked University of Colorado ski team and host New Mexico battled it out throughout the day Saturday and when the dust settled the host Lobos edged out the Buffs by just 28 points to win the New Mexico Invitational here at Red River and Enchanted Forest.
On the strength of a win from senior Rune Oedegaard and podium appearances from sophomores Mads Stroem and Maja Solbakken, the top-ranked University of Colorado ski team holds a slim advantage in a tight group of teams here at the 2015 New Mexico Invitational at the midway point of the meet.
The University of Colorado ski team participated in an RMISA Giant Slalom Qualifier race here at Eldora Mountain Resort Tuesday, one day after claiming victory in the Spencer Nelson Memorial Invitational.
Senior Brooke Wales Granstrom and sophomore Roger Carry both hit the podium as the University of Colorado ski team won its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational, ending the four day meet with men's and women's giant slalom action here at Eldora Mountain Resort.
After an up and down day led by career or near-career best finishes from the entire men's alpine team, the University of Colorado ski team slightly extended its lead here Sunday with men's and women's slalom races as part of the Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational.
The men's Nordic duo of senior Rune Oedegaard and sophomore Mads Stroem finished 1-2 for the fourth straight race and four women finished in the top eight as the University of Colorado ski team maintained its lead here Saturday at its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational.
Senior Rune Oedegaard won while sophomore Mads Stroem and freshman Petra Hyncicova both finished second as the University of Colorado ski team took an early lead at its own Spencer James Nelson Memorial Invitational here at Howelsen Hill Friday.