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Swenson headed to Salt Lake

Carl Swenson hasn’t made it to the summer Olympics yet, but the cross-country mountain biker, who’s a member of the RLX-Polo Sport team, will be heading to his second winter Olympics next month in Utah. Swenson was among 16 athletes named to the U.S. Olympic cross-country ski team on Monday. The 31-year-old Boulder, Colorado resident was also a member of the 1994 team that competed in Lillehammer, Norway. Swenson has won cross-country skiing national championships three times (1994-95, 1999), and was the short-track cross-country national champ in 2000. A year ago he finished 12th in the

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Carl Swenson hasn’t made it to the summer Olympics yet, but the cross-country mountain biker, who’s a member of the RLX-Polo Sport team, will be heading to his second winter Olympics next month in Utah.

Swenson was among 16 athletes named to the U.S. Olympic cross-country ski team on Monday. The 31-year-old Boulder, Colorado resident was also a member of the 1994 team that competed in Lillehammer, Norway.

Swenson has won cross-country skiing national championships three times (1994-95, 1999), and was the short-track cross-country national champ in 2000. A year ago he finished 12th in the final NORBA cross-country standings.