Giving their all

Jessie Diggins (United States) Photo: Iain McGregor
Jessie Diggins (United States) Photo: Iain McGregor
 Nicholas Blackwell (Australia) Photo: Iain McGregor
Nicholas Blackwell (Australia) Photo: Iain McGregor
Mark Chanloung (Thailand) Photo: Iain McGregor
Mark Chanloung (Thailand) Photo: Iain McGregor
Wanaka’s Campbell Wright. Photo: Iain McGregor
Wanaka’s Campbell Wright. Photo: Iain McGregor

Exhausted competitors (picture below: from front) Karen Chanloung (Thailand), Katerina Paul (Australia) and Jessie Diggins (United States) flop on the snow after competing in the gruelling 5km cross-country freestyle interval start event during the Winter Games at the Snow Farm, near Wanaka, yesterday.

Diggins claimed gold in the women's event. 

Photo: Iain McGregor/ Winter Games NZ
Photo: Iain McGregor/ Winter Games NZ

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