Congratulations to Julia and AJ (if the results as of when I left, stand)! These were some exceedingly intelligently planned courses in terrain that required thoughtful anticipation, with a quality map to support these courses. The rest has been communicated to the ED in private.
I think Will Enger was faster.
Well put, T/D, on all points: the congratulations, the course planning, and the communicating suggestions to the ED. Boris is right that Will sneaked in ahead of AJ (at least I'm pretty sure that's the case, I left the site quite late and any two-minute adjustments either way that might be made to the results don't appear to be enough to alter that result).
So I'll add my own congrats: to AJ, who at just-graduated-from-high-school age has had some very impressive results of late; to Will and Julia for their US championship wins; to the course planners/vetters/consultants/mappers for, well, what T/D said; and to Simon the Dane from Kansas (or is it Kansan from Denmark) for his amazing run.