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- 1. Tim Johnson, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:01:57
- 2. Geoff Kabush, Scott-3Rox Racing, 1:02:17
- 3. James Driscoll, Raleigh-Clement, 1:02:28
- 4. Jeremy Powers, Rapha-Focus, 1:02:37
- 5. Ryan Trebon, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:02:51
- 6. Yannick Eckmann, California Giant-Specialized, 1:03:12
- 7. Allen Krughoff, Raleigh Clement, 1:03:24
- 8. Ben Berden, Raleigh-Clement, 1:04:10
- 9. Danny Summerhill, K-Edge-Felt, 1:04:24
- 10. Troy Wells, Team Clif Bar, 1:04:33
- 11. Tristan Schouten, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, 1:04:35
- 12. Cody Kaiser, California Giant-Specialized, 1:04:57
- 13. Carl Decker, Giant Bicycle, 1:04:59
- 14. Aaron Schooler, Team H&R Block, 1:05:04
- 15. Benjamin Sonntag, Team Clif Bar, 1:05:08
- 16. Logan Owen, California Giant-Specialized, 1:05:24
- 17. Jeremy Durrin, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, 1:05:32
- 18. Kevin Bradford-Parish, Set Coaching-Specialized, 1:05:34
- 19. Michael Van Den Ham, Cycle-Smart, 1:05:34
- 20. Mitchell Hoke, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, 1:06:22
- 21. Spencer Paxson, Kona, 1:06:40
- 22. Kevin Noiles, Bicycle Blue Books-HRS, 1:07:16
- 23. Scott Chapin, Bicycle Blue Book-HRS, 1:07:25
- 24. Mike Wilk, 3d Racing, 1:07:29
- 25. Joachim Parbo, Challenge Tires, 1:07:45
- 26. Sean Babcock, Team S&M, 1:09:03
- 27. Tobin Ortenblad, California Giant-Specialized, 1:10:56
- 28. Shawn Mitchell, Joyride-Cycles.com, -2 laps
- 29. Kolben Preble, Clif Bar Development Cross Team, -2 laps
- 30. Barry Wicks, Kona, -2 laps
- 31. Josh Johnson, Giant Bicycle, -3 laps
- 32. Andre Sutton, Hardcore Bikes, -3 laps
- 33. Josh Kelley, Bailey Bikes Spy, -3 laps
- 34. Wodtli, Speedvagen Racing Machines, -3 laps
- 35. Patrick Means, Team S&M, -4 laps
- 36. Andrew Juiliano, Bicycle Blue Book/hrs/rock Lobs, -4 laps
- 37. Chris Bagg, Athletes Lounge Cycling Team, -4 laps
- 38. Nick Schaffner, Marc Pro-Strava, -4 laps
- 39. Brad Winn, Team S&M, -4 laps
- 40. Kris Sneddon, Kona, -4 laps
- 41. Kailin Waterman, Bicycle Blue Book-HRS, -5 laps
- 42. Kaler Marshall, Allegro Cyclery, -5 laps
- 43. Derek Yarra, Mash SF, -5 laps
- DNF Zach Mcdonald, Rapha-Focus
- DNF Ryan Knapp, Pony Shop Cyclocross
- DNS Christopher Jones, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling
- DNS Scott Gray, Team Oregon
- DNS Colin Dunlap, Hutches Bend
- Sarah Hammer rode to victory in the womenand#39;s omnium on Saturday during the second UCI Track World Cup of the 2013/14 season in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) won a frigid round one of the Deschutes Brewery Cup on Saturday in Bend, Oregon.
Johnson soloed to the victory by 40 seconds over Geoff Kabush (Scott-3Rox Racing). Jamey Driscoll (Raleigh-Clement) followed 11 seconds later for third.
“So fun to race when you’re already numb — crashing doesn’t hurt,” tweeted Johnson. “I wore gloves today. That was definitely a good move.”
Added Kabush: “Kitted up on my way to race today I was asked how the snowmobiling was.”
In women’s racing, Katerina Nash (Luna) likewise won in convincing fashion, hitting the line 25 seconds ahead of runner-up Crystal Anthony (Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies). Elle Anderson (California Giant-Specialized) finished third.
Racing continues Sunday in Bend.
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- 1. Justin Lindine, Redline-Nbx, 1:00:57
- 2. Curtis White, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:01:16
- 3. Michael Garrigan, Van Dessel-Shimano, 1:01:18
- 4. Shawn Milne, Keough Cyclocross, 1:01:55
- 5. Dan Timmerman, House Industries-Richard Sachs -, 1:02:30
- 6. Raphael Gagne, Rocky Mountain Factory, 1:02:33
- 7. Christian Favata, Trt Bicycles-Stans No Tubes, 1:02:35
- 8. Robert Marion, American Classic, 1:02:42
- 9. Brendan Rhim, KMS-Start House, 1:03:21
- 10. Adam Myerson, Team Smartstop-Mountain Khakis, 1:03:29
- 11. Jake Wells, Stan’s Notubes Elite CX, 1:03:31
- 12. Matt Timmerman, Cannondale, 1:03:48
- 13. Sam O’keefe, C3-Twenty20, 1:03:52
- 14. Josh Dillon, Bikereg.com-Joe’s Garage, 1:03:54
- 15. Anthony Clark, Jam Fund-NCC, 1:04:00
- 16. Derrick St John, Stevens Racing-The Cyclery, 1:04:27
- 17. Daniel Chabanov, House Industries-Richard Sachs, 1:04:44
- 18. Edwin Bull, Van Dessel Factory Team, 1:04:52
- 19. Nicholas Keough, Keough Cyclocross, 1:05:17
- 20. Jean-Philippe Thibeault-Roberge, Trek Cyclocross Collective, 1:05:32
- 21. Max Judelson, Giant Cycling World Boston, 1:05:48
- 22. Adam St. Germain, Engvt-Specialized, 1:05:52
- 23. Michael Wissell, Cuppow-Geekhouse, 1:06:36
- 24. Charlie Schubert, GPM Sport, 1:06:42
- 25. Evan Murphy, NYC Velo-The Cannibal, 1:06:51
- 26. Evan Huff, Crossresults.com, 1:06:54
- 27. Sheldon Miller, Bikeman.com, 1:07:03
- 28. Tyler Wren, Jamis Bicycles, 1:07:09
- 29. Andrew Loaiza, RMRC, 1:07:17
- 30. Aaron Oakes, Nycross-Vomax, 1:07:35
- 31. Matthew Means, C3-Twenty20, 1:07:49
- 32. Kurt Belhumeur, BCD Racing-Bern Unlimited, 1:08:12
- 33. Devin Wagner, Nycross.com, 1:08:14
- 34. Sean Pantellere, Stampede!-Budd Bike Works, 1:08:47
- 35. Jesse Quagliaroli, Expowheelmen, 1:08:48
- 36. Colin Reuter, Crossresults.com, 1:09:00
- 37. Jules Goguely, Rhode Island School Of Design, 1:09:06
- 38. Alec Hoover, Favata’s TRT-Stan’s Notubes, 1:09:12
- 39. Jarrod Forrest, Rebec And Kroes Cycles, 1:09:13
- 40. Evan Cooper, Hudson Furniture Cyclocross, 1:09:51
- 41. Nathan Brown, 1:10:08
- 42. Matthew Sousa, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -2 laps
- 43. Ian Schon, Cuppow-Geekhouse, -2 laps
- 44. Adam Sullivan, Embrocation-Gaulzetti Cicli, -2 laps
- 45. Joseph Near, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, -2 laps
- 46. Aj Moran, Green Line Velo-Zipcar, -3 laps
- 47. John Hanson, NBX-Narragansett Beer, -3 laps
- 48. Ford Murphy, Northeastern University, -3 laps
- 49. Joseph O’Brien-Applegate, The 5th Floor Nyc, -4 laps
- DNF Manny Goguen, Race CF
- DNF Jesse Keough, CRCA-Foundation
- DNF Jerome Townsend, Bikereg.com-Joe’s Garage
- DNF Cary Fridrich, Mad Alchemy-Verge
Emma White (Cyclocrossworld.com) and Justin Lindine (Redline-NBX) won Saturday’s NBX Gran Prix of Cyclocross at Goddard Park in Warwick, Rhode Island.
The weekend’s races serve as rounds 11 and 12 of the Verge New England Cyclocross Series and rounds seven and eight of the Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series.
In the elite women’s race, White, Arley Kemmerer (C3-Twenty20) and Laura Van Gilder (Van Dessel-Mellow Mushroom) formed a lead trio chased by Amanda Carey (Stan’s NoTubes Elite) and Mo Bruno Roy (Bob’s Red Mill-Seven Cycles).
With just a third of a lap to go, White attacked on the sandy beach, opening a lead that stuck, claiming her first UCI victory. Van Gilder finished second with Kemmerer third.
In the men’s race, Mike Garrigan (Van Dessel-Shimano) took the hole shot, but soon it was Lindine riding away with Curtis White (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com), leaving Garrigan and Dan Timmerman (House Industries-Richard Sachs) to work together a few seconds back.
Lindine attacked White repeatedly, and finally broke clear for the win. White hung on for second while Garrigan claimed third.
Racing continues on Sunday.
- Good State Championships Eve, Cyclocrossers-
A few reminders:
You will need to fill out new release & get new numbers tomorrow. If you have access to a printer & computer, you could save yourself some time (and some cold fingers) by filling out & printing your release at home tonight! (I know it says 2014- it seems USAC has already updated their online forms. Don't worry about the date on it).
The course opens at 8AM for warm up and Registration also opens at 8AM (I'm hoping reg will be ready to go a little before 8 in case you're an early riser and feel like spending some quality time outdoors in the brisk, December weather).
Race day registration is $35. $10 for Juniors.
If you are racing on a one day license, that's $10 and you must race either Cat 5 (Men), Cat 4 (Women) or the appropriate Junior or Master category. Additional races are $15.
If you have any last minute questions, email me (it's faster than PM on the forum).
Hope to see all your smiling faces in the morning... cold or not, it's going to be an AWEsome day!