BOULDER—Colorado juniors Filip Forejtek and Stef Fleckenstein were both named the RMISA Skiers of the Meet for the RMISA Championships, the league announced Saturday.
Forejtek finished second in the slalom race and sixth in the GS race at the RMISA Championships, picking up the honor in the last opportunity of the 2021 season. He was tied with Montana State's Louis Muhlen-Schulte, who finished second in the GS and sixth in the slalom, but won on the tiebreaker of adding times together. He lost to Muhlen-Schulte by .73 seconds in the slalom but won by 1.14 in the GS.
Fleckenstein finished second in the GS race and fourth in the slalom to earn the award, also on the last opportunity of the season. She was the runner up in the GS race and took fourth in the slalom race.
Due to COVID, this is the first time the award has been given with both a GS and slalom race being used as the qualifying mark. All four regular season meets were the same discipline, two GS and two slalom.
Skiers can win once per season and the winner is determined by the skier who scores the most NCAA qualification points in a given meet. Magnus Boee won earlier in the season on the Nordic side for the RMISA Invitational at Utah.
Magnus Boee was also given the award after the first meet of the season on the Nordic side, the RMISA Invitational at Utah.
DU Invitational: Gustav Vollo, Utah (men's alpine), Julia Toiviainen, Westminster (women's alpine), Astrid Stav, Alaska Anchorage (women's Nordic), Samuel Hendry, Utah (men's Nordic)
CU Invitational: Francesco Gori, Westminster (men's alpine), Madison Hoffman, Utah (women's alpine), Julia Richter, Utah (women's Nordic), Bjorn Riksaasen, Utah (men's Nordic)
RMISA Invite at UU: Tobias Kogler, Denver (men's alpine), Hannah Saethereng, Westminster (women's alpine), Novie McCabe, Utah (women's Nordic), Magnus Boee, Colorado (men's Nordic)
RMISA Invite at WMC: Bjorn Brudevoll, Utah (men's alpine), Amelia Smart, Denver (women's alpine)
RMISA Championships: Filip Forejtek, Colorado (men's alpine), Stef Fleckenstein, Colorado (women's alpine)
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