NEWRY, Maine -- University of Maine at Farmington sophomore Lindsay Jacques took first place in Saturday's USCSA Thompson Division slalom event at Sunday River.
Jacques, who was the lone UMaine-Farmington women's skier to complete both runs, turned in a combined time of 1:35.64 to sit atop the field of 54 competitors who completed two runs.
In the men's slalom race, senior David Berthiaume was the top UMaine-Farmington finisher with a combined time of 1:58.57. Sebastien Dumont (1:58.74) and Sean McCoy (2:02.64) were the only other UMF men to post times in each run.
Junior Alex Rose, whose times have allowed him to dominate in events this season, missed a gate in the first run and was disqualified. Two other Farmington skiers also failed to complete both runs and did not post a combined time.
Both UMaine-Farmington ski teams return to Sunday River on Sunday, Feb. 9, for a Thompson Division giant slalom event.
Complete UMaine-Farmington finishes are listed below:
USCSA Thompson Division Slalom – Sunday River (Newry, Maine)
1. Lindsay Jacques 45.79 – 49.85 – 1:35.64
19. David Berthiaume 1:10.46 – 48.11 – 1:58.57
21. Sebastien Dumont 1:00.12 – 58.62 – 1:58.74
25. Sean McCoy 1:03.21 – 59.43 – 2:02.64