RED LODGE MOUNTAIN — Frida Svedberg and Andraz Reich-Pogladic of Rocky Mountain College swept the giant slalom races at the Stano Cup competition on Friday.
The event continues with slalom races on Saturday and Sunday.
Svedberg won the women's giant slalom with a two-run time of 1:33.35. She opened with a run of 47.24 seconds and finished with a time of 46.11 seconds on her second run. Svedberg won by almost four full seconds. Both of Svedberg's times were the fastest of the competition.
It was part of a 1-2-3 finish for Rocky. Svedberg was followed by Susan Beks (1:37.93) and Camille Virelaude (1:38.2).
Reich-Pogladic was 46.25 seconds on his first run and 45.36 on his second for a total time of 1:31.61. He finished .95 seconds ahead of teammate Erik Hogbom (1:32.44).
The Battlin' Bears swept the top seven places for the men's giant slalom. Following Reich-Pogladic and Hogbom were Sean McCormick (1:32.76), Thomas Vandel (1:33.11), Elis Holmlund (1:34.4), Adam Garrigus (1:35.92) and Nevada Kramer (1:35.92.
The Rocky women lead the team standings with 289.48 points, while the men lead with 276.81.