Pare Wins Again, Lieders Regains Form

Kimster Team Press

Eagle, ID (January 7, 2013) Jennifer Pare made it two straight wins in the Women’s Pro-Am class, sweeping both her qualifying rounds and the final to take a commanding lead in the season standings. A surprise appearance by Swedish rival Marika Renheim only increased Jenny’s desire to win, as she firmly established herself as the fastest Pro Women in the world.

Colby Crap continued to impress in his rookie season as a Pro Open rider. Crapo had a top five finish in qualifying and made the main event on both nights.

Then entire team continued to raise it’s performance level as Andy Lieders nearly won the Pro Lite final on Friday night. Andy lead the event until the final lap when his sled swapped and forced him off the track. Lieders rebounded on the next
night finishing second in Pro Lite and putting himself in the middle of the points chase.

Trevor Leighton also kept pace with his goals for the weekend, scoring a top three qualifying run and transferring to the main event on Saturday, where he earned his career best finish as a Pro in eighth.

Up next is the Eagle River World Championship Derby in Eagle River, Wisconsin on January 19-20.

Television coverage:
CBS Sports Network – Sunday, January 27th – 10:30am. EDT
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Round #5 Results Heats Final
Colby Crapo 7-4 13
Andy Lieders 2-2 10
Trevor Leighton 6-3 –
Jennifer Pare 1-1 1

Round #6 Results Heats Final
Colby Crapo 6-6 13
Andy Lieders 4-1 2
Trevor Leighton 5-5 8

Contact: Trace Leighton