Fairbanks’ Logan Hanneman registered a top-25 finish Sunday in the men’s freestyle sprint of the Tour de Ski in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
Hanneman reached the quarterfinal round, where he clocked 2 minutes, 49.20 seconds for 21st place overall among 85 participants in the 1.5-kilometer event.
Hanneman competes and trains with the Alaska Pacific University Nordic Ski Center. The 2018 Olympian skied for Lathrop High School and the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
U.S. teammate Kevin Bolger, of Minocqua, Wisconsin, placed 22nd overall Sunday in 2:49.36.
Norway’s Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo won overall in 2:44.64.
In the women’s sprint, four American women posted top-25 finishes.
Jessica Diggins, a 2018 Olympic gold medalist from Afton, Minnesota, just missed the medals podium Sunday, placing fourth on the 1.5K course.
She finished 1.03 seconds behind winner Anamarija Lampic, of Slovenia, who clocked 3:06.02.
Anchorage’s Sadie Bjornsen, who also competed in the 2018 Winter Games, placed fifth, 4.78 seconds behind Lampic.
Sophie Caldwell, of Stratton, Vermont, made it to the semifinal round and placed ninth overall in 3:10.76.
Julia Kern, of Waltham, Massachusetts, advanced to the quarterfinals and finished 14th overall in 3:13.99.
Anchorage’s Rosie Brennan also made it to the quarterfinals, and she ended the sprint in 25th place overall with an effort of 3:19.43.
The women’s sprint featured 73 racers.
The Tour de Ski resumes Tuesday with freestyle races, 15K for the men and 10K for the women.
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