Championships on hold due to weather
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Subzero temperatures kept competitors off the trails for a second straight day at the U.S. Cross Country Ski Championships.
The sprint races were postponed Wednesday because of minus 10-degree temperatures. Races won't be held unless temperatures reach a minimum of minus 4 degrees.
It's hoped the races will resume on Thursday, the final day of the event, said spokesman John Quinley.
Only two distance races were contested on Monday.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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