BRUNDAGE MOUNTAIN, Idaho — Andraz Reich-Pogladic of Rocky Mountain College swept both runs to easily win the giant slalom competition at the USCSA Western Region Championships Friday.
The women's slalom competition was held Saturday.
Reich-Pogladic, the defending national overall champion, won the first run with a time of 54.75 seconds, the fastest of the day. He followed with a second-run time of 57.88 and finished ahead of teammate Erik Hogbom by 1.5 seconds.
Reich-Pogladic and Hogbom were two of six Rocky skiers to finish in the top 10. Sean McCormick of the Battlin' Bears was fourth, while Andrija Vukovic was fifth and Thomas Vandel sixth. Nevada Kramer was 10th for Rocky.