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Fisk Slalom Race Results at Suicide Six

February 10, 2012 11:43 am Category: News, Sports, Woodstock 1 Comment A+ / A-

The Fisk Race is a event in which the top college athletes from the east compete, and is the oldest alpine trophy race in North America, getting its official start in 1937.

Fisk Trophy Race winner Andrew McNealus, Woodstock, is shown his fathers name, Neal McNealus (1975) on the winners cup.

Fisk Trophy Race Results
1 #12 930194 MCNEALUS, Andrew USA/MIDD – 42.93 – 44.88 – 1’27.81 – 0.00
2 #9 930023 COFFEY, Sam USA/UNH – 42.68 – 45.50 – 1’28.18 – 2.57
3 #8 6530250 MORSE, Ben USA/DART – 42.83 – 45.88 – 1’28.71 – 6.25
4 #20 531249 HARDY, Colton USA/UVM – 43.54 – 45.39 – 1’28.93 – 7.78
5 #15 930047 BLACK, Hunter USA/DART – 43.01 – 46.03 – 1’29.04 – 8.54
6 #22 930285 VEST-BURTON, Taylor USA/UNH – 43.10 – 45.98 – 1’29.08 – 8.82
7 #10 103706 KIDD, Charlie CAN/ - 42.61 – 46.56 – 1’29.17 – 9.45
8 #14 531073 MORGAN, Brian USA/COL – 43.13 – 46.18 – 1’29.31 – 10.42
9 #3 934681 MASSIE, Marc USA/COL – 43.15 – 46.16 – 1’29.31 – 10.42
10 #25 530815 DUNSTAN, Shawn USA/CSC 43.20 46.45 1’29.65 12.78
11 #13 530748 CLAYTON, Zach USA/UNH 43.91 45.91 1’29.82 13.96
12 #29 421913 BREDENGEN, Carl Oscar Green NOR/SMC 44.21 45.64 1’29.85 14.17
13 #28 6530538 WOOLSON, Thomas USA/GMVS 44.11 45.94 1’30.05 15.56
14 #16 930174 LAWRENCE, Chad USA/UNH 43.88 46.44 1’30.32 17.44
15 #19 103522 LONG, Braden CAN/ 44.13 46.20 1’30.33 17.51

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  • Paul Bedell

    Do you have the results of the fisk race in 1953, 54 and 55? I raced I think in 1953 and as I remember Hank Kashiwa from Dartmouth or the other flying Japanese won that year. I think I may have finished in the top ten…………. Thanks in advance any information you can give me.
    I have two relatives racing tomorrow, Chis and Matt Mckenna.
    Best regards Paul

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