Pare Repeats As Women’s World Champion

Kimster Team Press

Eagle, ID (January 21, 2013) Jennifer Pare swept every round of competition to claim her second consecutive Eagle River World Championship. Pare has gone unchallenged in her last three outings and has kept a full head of steam heading into the second half of the national tour.

Pro Lite rider Andy Lieders was a big winner in the Friday Night Thunder portion of the weekend. Lieders raced to first and second place finishes in qualifying and got the jump on fellow Polaris rider Jake Scott to claim the main event. Lieders just missed winning the class Word Championship on Sunday finishing second to Scott after racing to an early lead but having it called back when the race was restarted after a first lap pileup.

It was a breakout weekend for Trevor Leighton in the Pro Lite class. Leighton won a qualifying round to go along with a third, two fourths and a fifth and just missed the podium in Sunday’s Championship, finishing fourth.

Colby Crapo had a successful first run at the World Championships as a Pro Open racer. Crapo was at or near the top 5 throughout qualifying and finished sixth in both the Friday Thunder and World Championship finals.

The team is currently testing in Grand Junction, Colorado in preparation for the Winter X Games which will be held this weekend in Aspen. From there it is on to Deadwood, South Dakota where the entire team will resume the ACS national tour.

Up next is the Winter X Games from Aspen, Colorado – ESPN – Sunday, January 27th – 2:00 pm. EDT

For more information, including racer bios, events schedule and team photos, visit

Friday Night Thunder
Colby Crapo 6
Andy Lieders 1
Trevor Leighton 5
Jennifer Pare 1

World Championship
Colby Crapo  6
Andy Lieders  2
Trevor Leighton 4
Jennifer Pare  1

Contact: Trace Leighton