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Compton and Driscoll win CrossVegas jackpot

By Steve Frothingham

2009 CrossVegas: Katie Compton (Planet Bike) attacks early in the race, leaving everyone else in the shadows.

2009 CrossVegas: Katie Compton (Planet Bike) attacks early in the race, leaving everyone else in the shadows.

Photo: ©2009 BenRossPhotography.com

The women’s podium repeated its 2008 order at CrossVegas Wednesday evening, as thousands of spectators saw a display of raw power and consistency. Later, under the lights at a soccer complex on the outskirts of the city, new faces emerged from the tactical men’s race, frustrating an elite group of chasers.

In both races, domestic riders prevailed against European challengers in this city that is so uniquely — if sometimes regrettably — American.

A repeat win by Katie Compton (Planet Bike) showed the Colorado Springs, Colorado, powerhouse is on track to pursue another of her seasonal assaults on her personal Everest, the world championships.

And Jamey Driscoll (Cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com) out-duelled his breakaway companion Chris Jones (Champion Systems) to reinforce his breakthrough silver medal from last year’s national championships with the biggest win of his career.

Duplicate podium for the women

Compton pulled away from the front in the second lap with Katarina Nash (Luna Chix).

2009 CrossVegas: Compton rode away from everyone in dramatic fashion.

2009 CrossVegas: Compton rode away from everyone in dramatic fashion.

Photo: ©2009 BenRossPhotography.com

When Nash crashed in a tight left-hander on the second lap, Compton opened a gap that only increased over the remaining two-thirds of the race. Compton made the slow-riding, sometimes lumpy grass surface look positively fast as she carried her momentum through the turns with what looked like a light touch on the pedals. Nash dangled about 40 seconds behind, never giving up, while another half-minute back her teammate Georgia Gould battled, successfully, with Kelli Emmett (Giant) for the third spot on the podium, a carbon copy of last year’s first four places.

Nash is from the Czech Republic but lives in California. But CrossVegas’ new face from across the Atlantic was Kona’s latest recruit, four-time British national champion Helen Wyman.

Before the race Compton picked Nash and Wyman as her most dangerous rivals, and Wyman’s impressive win at last weekend’s Star Crossed race in Washington state (which Compton skipped) had many expecting great things.

Wyman looked smooth and quick on the first lap and a half, marking Compton’s typical early acceleration. But she began to struggle in Las Vegas’ dry air and soon fell well out of contention.

After the race she could hardly talk. “You can’t pedal with no oxygen,” she gasped. “I’ve never raced in conditions like this.”

Men: Don’t call it a breakthrough

Driscoll had been a junior and U23 phenom for years, and has been well known to Northeast ’cross fans as an emerging powerhouse. But even after his nationals silver medal last December, few would list the Vermonter as a favorite in an elite race that included international riders like Swiss champ Christian Heule, three-time world champion Erwin Vervecken and Canadian Geoff Kabush.

Jones, whose best previous CrossVegas finish was 10th in 2007, was another underdog. An accomplished road racer with Team Type 1, the California native took up ’cross in 2007 while living in New England as his wife attended Yale University. Jones is a quiet and efficient rider, with a good tactical sense, if not a killer sprint.

After the field of 114 got through a chaotic opening lap that produced a lead group of about 21, Jones attacked on the second lap, quickly opening a large gap.

Driscoll had got tangled in the pack on the first lap, rejoining the leaders soon after Jones took off. Teammate Tim Johnson told Driscoll to go after Jones and he complied, quickly bridging up.

The chase group contained some serious horsepower, and forays by two-time CrossVegas winner Ryan Trebon and Heule reduced the group to seven riders within two laps.

But while Trebon’s blistering attacks shed all but the superfast, the tactical spurts did not bring Jones and Driscoll any closer. The two worked well together; Driscoll showed the effort, his mouth agape and sweat glistening under the lights. Jones looked more composed, his mouth nearly closed as he enjoyed the draft from his larger break mate.

The two opened a 25-second gap while Trebon and Heule traded attacks, many marked by Johnson or Driscoll’s other teammate in the chase, Jeremy Powers. The others in the chase were Vervecken, Todd Wells (Specialized) and Jon Page (Planet Bike).

2009 CrossVegas: Chris Jones (Champion System) leads Jamey Driscoll (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) on a climb.

2009 CrossVegas: Chris Jones (Champion System) leads Jamey Driscoll (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) on a climb.

Photo: ©2009 BenRossPhotography.com

Thirty minutes into the one-hour race, Johnson lost contact and quickly went backwards, grimacing and riding with his right hand off the bars, favoring the shoulder he injured in a last-lap crash at Star Crossed. He dropped out that lap; team director Stu Thorne said the pain from Saturday’s injury became too much to take.

From there it was road tactics on the course famous with riders for its heavy slow grass. Riders say the course is punishing to anyone taking a hard pull at the front, but favors the drafters, leading to negative racing. A tired Trebon rarely attacked in the second half, leaving the aggression to Page and Heulot, with an occasional test by Vervecken. Powers was the dutiful team rider, marking every move.

“I’ve had it done to me in Europe so many times, it’s great to be doing it to them for once!” Powers said after the race.

Wells, just back from the mountain bike world championships in Australia and the final two mountain bike world cups in Europe, had limited matches to burn. He said he was holding back in the first half hour, contemplating an attack in the second. “But when we got near the end, I had all I could do to stay with them,” he said.

Attacks by a frustrated Page and Heule brought the gap down to about 11 seconds at times, but when the chase group re-gathered, it went right back to 20-plus seconds. With two laps to go it was clear Jones and Driscoll would stay away to the end.

Up front, Jones attacked on a run up with a lap and a half to go, but was unable to shake Driscoll, who took the front for much of the final lap. Driscoll felt he had the power and the sprint to take the win. But rather than risk an attack through any of the turns or barrier sections, he waited until the pair got through a tight double hairpin with about 450 meters to go, then pulled away.

“I wanted to be safe,” he said.

Heule tangled with a lapped rider on the last lap and crashed, losing contact with the chase, while Page emptied his frustration — and revealed his exceptional form — by easily taking the sprint for third, to earn his best CrossVegas finish yet.

Page, America’s most successful male cyclocross racer, said before the race that he doesn’t like the mostly non-technical Vegas course because it doesn’t suit his abilities. “I’m going to learn to like it,” he said, not sounding terribly convinced.

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Results

Pro men’s results | Click for: Pro women’s results | Industry men’s results | Industry women’s results

  • 1. James Driscoll (USA) Cannondale/cyclocrossworld.com in 1:00:59
  • 2. Christopher Jones (USA) Champion System in 1:01:03
  • 3. Jonathan Page (USA) Planet Bike in 1:01:15
  • 4. Jeremy Powers (USA) Cannondale/cyclocrossworld.com in 1:01:16
  • 5. Erwin Vervecken (BEL) Revor Cycling Team in 1:01:16
  • 6. Ryan Trebon (USA) Kona in 1:01:19
  • 7. Todd Wells (USA) Specialized Factory Racing in 1:01:24
  • 8. Christian Heule (SUI) Rendementhypo Cycling Team in 1:01:34
  • 9. Ben Berden (BEL) Revor Cycling Team in 1:02:04
  • 10. Barry Wicks (USA) Kona in 1:02:07
  • 11. Geoff Kabush (CAN) Maxxis-Rocky Mountain in 1:02:12
  • 12. Jake Wells (USA) Mafiaracing.com in 1:02:14
  • 13. Jesse Anthony (USA) Jamis in 1:03:08
  • 14. Carl Decker (USA) Giant Bicycles in 1:03:17
  • 15. Joseph Thompson (USA) Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Cycling Team in 1:03:31
  • 16. Chance Noble (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/specialized in 1:03:36
  • 17. Jonathan Baker (USA) in 1:03:52
  • 18. Adam Craig (USA) Giant Bicycles in 1:04:03
  • 19. Bram De Groot (NED) Rabobank in 1:04:05
  • 20. Craig Richey (CAN) Blue Competition Cycles P/b Neverblue in 1:04:08
  • 21. Molly Cameron (USA) Portland Bicycle Studio in 1:04:21
  • 22. Adam Myerson (USA) Cycle-Smart in 1:04:46
  • 23. Matt Shriver (USA) in 1:04:46
  • 24. Jeremiah Bishop (USA) Monaviecannondale.com in 1:04:50
  • 25. Tim Van Nuffel (BEL) Rendementhypo Cycling Team in 1:04:53
  • 26. Brian Matter (USA) Gear Grinder in 1:04:57
  • 27. Mark Lalonde (USA) Planet Bike in 1:05:06
  • 28. Bart Gillespie (USA) Monaviecannondale.com in 1:05:31
  • 29. Matthew Pacocha (USA) Hudz-Subaru Cyclocross Team in 1:05:31
  • 30. Carson Miller (USA) Landrover-Orbea Cycling Club in 1:05:34
  • 31. Michael Broderick (USA) Team Kenda/seven/notubes in 1:05:34
  • 32. Nicholas Weighall (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/specialized in 1:05:38
  • 33. Mitchell Peterson (USA) Monaviecannondale.com in 1:05:42
  • 34. Matt Ankney (USA) Kccx-Verge in 1:05:48
  • 35. John Curry (USA) Gas/intrinsik Cycling Team in 1:05:50
  • 36. Greg Wittwer (USA) Alan North America Cycling Team in 1:05:53
  • 37. Aaron Bouplon (USA) Rocky Mounts / Izze in 1:06:00
  • 38. Brent Prenzlow (USA) Celo Pacific / B&l in 1:06:18
  • 39. Spencer Powlison (USA) Mafiaracing.com in 1:06:24
  • 40. Troy Wells (USA) Team Clif Bar Cycling in 1:06:35
  • 41. Aaron Bradford (USA) Onsite Ultrasound And Enduro in 1:06:45
  • 42. Justin Robinson (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/specialized in 1:06:46
  • 43. Shadd Smith (USA) Tradewind Energy/trek Midwest in 1:06:58
  • 44. John Bailey (USA) Bailey Bikes in 1:06:58
  • 45. Jeremy Ferguson (USA) in 1:06:58
  • 46. Scott Mclaughlin (USA) Sram Factory Team in 1:06:58
  • 47. Jared Nieters (USA) Haymarket Bicycles/trakkers in 1:06:58
  • 48. Jason Siegle (USA) Bike Religion in 1:07:10
  • 49. Joachim Parbo (DEN) Ccv Leopard Cycles in 1:07:15
  • 50. James Lalonde (USA) Planet Bike in 1:07:18
  • 51. Brandon Dwight (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport in 1:07:28
  • 52. Neil Schiemann (CAN) Tall Tree Cycles in 1:07:42
  • 53. Benjamin Popper (USA) Hrs / Rock Lobster in 1:07:51
  • 54. Chuck Coyle (USA) Hudz-Subaru Cycling Team in 1:07:57
  • 55. Brady Kappius (USA) Team Clif Bar Cycling in 1:08:39
  • 56. Morgan Ryan (USA) Major Motion Development in AT1LAP
  • 57. Sam Krieg (USA) I.c.e Rocky Mtn Surgery Center in AT1LAP
  • 58. Thomas Skinner (CAN) in AT1LAP
  • 59. Stephen Cummings (USA) Indiana Regional Medical Center / Big Bang Bikes in AT1LAP
  • 60. John Behrens (USA) Bailey Bikes in AT1LAP
  • 61. Robert Marion (USA) Kenda/kmc/hayes in AT1LAP
  • 62. Kamden Reedy (USA) Four Unity in AT1LAP
  • 63. Benjamin Bostrom (USA) Shoair Specialized in AT2LAP
  • 64. Jay Strothman (USA) Fulcrum Coaching in AT2LAP
  • 65. Dana Weber (USA) Trek / World Bicycle Relief in AT2LAP
  • 66. Donny Carroll (USA) Bailey Bikes in AT2LAP
  • 67. Anton Petrov (USA) Profile Design in AT2LAP
  • 68. Gregory Keller (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport in AT2LAP
  • 69. David Yeater (USA) River City Bicycles in AT2LAP
  • 70. Andrew Quist David (USA) Team Clif Bar Cycling in AT3LAP
  • 71. Andy Bestwick (USA) Allegiant Air Team Pain in AT3LAP
  • 72. Lyle Hanson (USA) Great Dane Velo Club in AT3LAP
  • 73. Alexandre Lussier (CAN) Gas/intrinsik in AT3LAP
  • 74. Kevin Attkisson (USA) Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team in AT3LAP
  • 75. Bill Marshall (USA) Kccx-Verge in AT3LAP
  • 76. Kyle Reedy (USA) Four Unity in AT3LAP
  • 77. Scott Keller (USA) Schampa/form/bikebean in AT3LAP
  • 78. Aaron Tuckerman (NZL) Landrover-Orbea Cycling Club in AT4LAP
  • 79. Cort Cramer (USA) Svelte Cycles in AT4LAP
  • 80. Ernesto Marenchin (USA) Speedgoat.com in AT4LAP
  • 81. Bryan Alders (USA) Monaviecannondale.com in AT4LAP
  • 82. Pat Lemieux (USA) Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team in AT4LAP
  • 83. Derek Loudermilk (USA) Horizon Organic P/b Prerace.com in AT4LAP
  • 84. Andrew Crooks (USA) Kona in AT4LAP
  • 85. Matthew Mcnamara (USA) Sterling Sports Group in AT4LAP
  • 86. Jeff Prinz (USA) Cynergy Cycles Race Team in AT4LAP
  • 87. Hunter Pronovost (USA) Cheshire Cycle Racing in AT4LAP
  • 88. Matt Freeman (USA) Pass Pt in AT5LAP
  • 89. Noah Holcomb (USA) Cannondale Factory Racing in AT5LAP
  • 90. Ted Willard (USA) Team Bearclaw in AT5LAP
  • . Timothy Johnson (USA) Cannondale/cyclocrossworld.com in DNF
  • . Nicholas Keough (USA) Gauntlet Productions / Williams Wheel Systems in DNF
  • . Antonio Cruz (USA) Bmc Cycling Team in DNF
  • . Ben Raby (USA) Kccx-Verge in DNF
  • . Cody Peterson (USA) Hutchs Bicycles in DNF
  • . Travis Mcmaster (USA) Mafiaracing.com in DNF
  • . Brandon Mart (USA) Team Kinetic Cycles in DNF
  • . Bryan Harwood (USA) Blue Sky Velo in DNF
  • . Nicholas Stevens (GBR) Walkworks/fuentesdesign in DNF
  • . Drew Edsall (USA) Scott / Wtb in DNF
  • . Derek Hermon (USA) Bear Valley Bikes in DNF
  • . Christopher Ragusa (USA) Ccb Volkswagen in DNF
  • . Gannon Myall (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/specialized in DNF
  • . Jens Schwedler (GER) Stevens Racing Team in DNF
  • . Guillaume Nelessen (USA) Van Dessel Factory Team in DNF
  • . Erik Tonkin (USA) Kona in DNS
  • . Adam Mills (USA) Kccx-Verge in DNS
  • . Will Gault (USA) Kccx-Verge in DNS
  • . Brad Cole (USA) Kccx-Verge in DNS
  • . Greg Lewis (USA) Directory Plus/ Trek in DNS
  • . John Tzinberg (USA) Bike Religion in DNS
  • . Jimmy Archer (USA) in DNS
  • . Vince Roberge (USA) Trails Edge in DNS
  • . Max Plaxton (CAN) Shoair Specialized in DNS

Pro women’s results | Click for: Pro men’s results | Industry men’s results | Industry women’s results

  • 1 2 USA19781203 COMPTON Katherine Planet Bike USA 00:40:45
  • 2 6 CZE19771209 NASH Katerina Luna Chix CZE 41:44
  • 3 4 USA19800105 GOULD Georgia Luna Chix USA 41:55
  • 4 11 USA19770407 EMMETT Kelli Giant Bicycles USA 41:59
  • 5 37 USA19710624 MCCONNELOUG Mary Team Kenda/Seven/Notubes USA 43:02
  • 6 5 USA19710912 BUTLER Susan Monavie-Cannondale.Com USA 43:05
  • 7 3 GBR19810304 WYMAN Helen Kona GBR 43:06
  • 8 23 USA19791214 POWERS Alison Team Fuji USA 43:20
  • 9 8 USA19870909 DOMBROSKI Amy Richard Sachs USA 44:11
  • 10 7 USA19641211 VAN GILDER Laura C3 Athletes Serving Athletes USA 44:13
  • 11 28 CAN19660909 SYDOR Alison Rocky Mountain – Maxxis CAN ”
  • 12 13 USA19760109 HOWE Barbara Unattached USA 44:17
  • 13 10 USA19790314 WENTWORTH Kristin Planet Bike USA 44:26
  • 14 17 USA19800921 STUDLEY Kari Velo Bella USA 44:41
  • 15 9 USA19810103 HASKELL Devon Velo Bella USA 44:57
  • 16 18 USA19690306 WILLIAMS Wendy Hudz/Subaru USA 45:02
  • 17 33 CAN19840417 MCKIRDY Jean Ann Local Ride Racing CAN 45:13
  • 18 20 USA19770915 VAN METER Emily Hudz/Subaru USA 45:15
  • 19 19 USA19920826 * RIVERA Coryn Proman Hit Squad USA 45:38
  • 20 39 USA19750430 SEEHAFER Kori Team Type 1 USA 45:58
  • 21 40 USA19761024 BLAY Becca Mafia Racing USA 46:13
  • 22 35 USA19860225 MUCH Rebecca Hudz-Subaru Cyclocross Team USA 46:23
  • 23 24 USA19811223 CURRY Lisa A Gas/Intrinsik Cycling Team USA 46:48
  • 24 15 USA19820616 SMILEY Marne USA 47:39
  • 25 21 USA19920810 * RYAN Kendall Team C.I.C.L.E. / Voler USA 47:45
  • 26 14 USA19801104 KULIECZA Julie Alan North America Cycling USA 47:48
  • 27 41 USA19750313 PEZZULO Tiffany Dft P/B Treads USA ”
  • 28 32 USA19741127 ATCHLEY Lana USA ”
  • 29 27 USA19850506 SCHEIDER Kate Mafia Racing USA ”
  • 30 31 USA19810516 KAUFMANN Sarah Titus/Roaring Mouse USA 48:01
  • 31 34 USA19700823 BEGY Cristina Gates/Spot USA 48:16
  • 32 25 USA19610329 WALKER Kris Ice/Rocky Mountain Surgery USA 48:33
  • 33 29 USA19651113 WONG Dorothy Team Cicle / Voler USA @1 LAP
  • 34 30 USA19830710 JAMISON Marian Sinclair/Stevens USA @2 LAPS
  • 35 26 USA19790917 BUSH Lynn Tough Girl / Scott USA @2 LAPS
  • 36 38 USA19641128 BLISS Michele Chipotle-Titus USA @2 LAPS
  • DNF 16 USA19830519 DAVISON Lea Maxxis/Rocky Mountain USA
  • DNS 12 USA19910218 * YOUNG Anna Pioneer Racing USA
  • DNS 22 USA19690729 DUNLAP Alison Luna Chix USA

Industry men’s results | Click for: Industry women’s results | Pro men’s results | Pro women’s results

  • 1 20 CARIVEAU, Jon 28:02 0
  • 2 67 COATS, James 28:04 @ 2
  • 3 111 O’BRIEN, Brendan Specialized 28:15 @ 13
  • 4 2 MCCORMACK, Mark FUJI/Kestrel/SE Bikes/Breezer/ 28:21 @ 19
  • 5 14 BARTHEL, George Giant Bicycles 28:22 @ 20
  • 6 121 MCKONE, John Northwave USA ” ”
  • 7 10 GIBSON, Nick Yakima Bike Vigilantes 28:23 @ 21
  • 8 95 TAYLOR, Ezra QBP 28:24 @ 22
  • 9 36 HAMMOND, Andrew Specialized 28:28 @ 26
  • 10 56 SIMPSON, Matthew 28:40 @ 38
  • 11 72 MCMAHON, Mike 28:43 @ 41
  • 12 100 HAMILTON, Joe 28:55 @ 53
  • 13 19 RUSSELL, Eric 28:56 @ 54
  • 14 15 OHRAN, Matthew Cannondale Bicycle Corp 28:59 @ 57
  • 15 30 CONDON, David Yakima Bike Vigilantes 29:04 @ 1:02
  • 16 65 LANGLEY, Don 29:12 @ 1:10
  • 17 101 MEYER, Brian Fairwheel Bikes 29:17 @ 1:15
  • 18 62 STULL, James 29:20 @ 1:18
  • 19 75 LINDSTROM, Brett Mafia Racing 29:26 @ 1:24
  • 20 21 DOWNS, Robert Planet Bike 29:28 @ 1:26
  • 21 90 LINDQUIST, Jack InCycle bike shop 29:33 @ 1:31
  • 22 52 CANON, Spencer 29:34 @ 1:32
  • 23 122 WEISS, Michael Big Shark Bikes in St Louis 29:35 @ 1:33
  • 24 35 SAUTTER, Chris Yakima Bike Vigilantes 29:36 @ 1:34
  • 25 87 VILLENA, John 29:37 @ 1:35
  • 26 42 MABRY, Jeff Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board ” ”
  • 27 43 ROPER, Daniel Troy Lee Designs ” ”
  • 28 58 NEELY, Eric ” ”
  • 29 106 HERRING, Jeff ” ”
  • 30 8 DEPAEMELAERE, Daniel Wheels Manufacturing ” ”
  • 31 9 BLISS, John IMBA ” ”
  • 32 102 COYNE, Brian Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 29:39 @ 1:37
  • 33 60 YOUNG, Douglas Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 29:40 @ 1:38
  • 34 46 CROCKER, Rocky 29:44 @ 1:42
  • 35 16 STEPNIOWSKI, Waldek Clif Bar 29:47 @ 1:45
  • 36 26 FORNES, Brian Raleigh America 29:50 @ 1:48
  • 37 31 MESECHER, Robb Road Bike Action Magazine 29:55 @ 1:53
  • 38 70 WHITNEY, JD 29:56 @ 1:54
  • 39 98 PROPST, Theo Cycle Sports 29:57 @ 1:55
  • 40 45 GELT, Jeff 29:58 @ 1:56
  • 41 33 TIM, Kelley 29:59 @ 1:57
  • 42 38 SCHMIDT, Todd QBP 30:01 @ 1:59
  • 43 7 ELLMORE, Dan Manufacturer 30:06 @ 2:04
  • 44 25 LOVE, Robert Blue Sky Velo 30:12 @ 2:10
  • 45 114 TOMICH, Petar Mavic USA ” ”
  • 46 12 CLAUSSE, Steve Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 30:21 @ 2:19
  • 47 80 *WILLIAMS, Casey Bear Valley Bikes ” ”
  • 48 18 SCARAFIOTTI, John 30:32 @ 2:30
  • 49 108 GROSSMAN, Larry 30:33 @ 2:31
  • 50 6 KAUFMAN, Larry Pure Energy 30:37 @ 2:35
  • 51 69 BOBUSCH, Steve QBP Euro Sports Group 30:40 @ 2:38
  • 52 24 FEE, David Yakima Bike Vigilantes 30:42 @ 2:40
  • 53 105 SCHINDEHETTE, David Specialized 30:47 @ 2:45
  • 54 66 WENTHUR, Cale Hayes Bicycle Group 30:51 @ 2:49
  • 55 57 MARES, Scott 30:56 @ 2:54
  • 56 71 WEBER, Colby ” ”
  • 57 4 HOWARD, John John Howard Sports 31:00 @ 2:58
  • 58 84 KNEELAND, Thom Ashland Bicycle Works 31:01 @ 2:59
  • 59 50 MACKEY, Wayne 31:05 @ 3:03
  • 60 79 DEKOLD, Erik 31:10 @ 3:08
  • 61 103 RANSWEILER, James Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 31:15 @ 3:13
  • 62 32 TUMA, Chris Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 31:22 @ 3:20
  • 63 61 WALKER, Bob 31:33 @ 3:31
  • 64 39 ELGART, John Voler Team Apparel 31:34 @ 3:32
  • 65 94 POWELL, Don Panache Cyclewear Co. 31:43 @ 3:41
  • 66 54 STANISLAV, Tony ” ”
  • 67 5 SULLIVAN, Sean Mavic Sport 32:03 @ 4:01
  • 68 78 SMITH, Richard FLUID 32:11 @ 4:09
  • 69 11 REID, Carlton BikeBiz Magazine 32:27 @ 4:25
  • 70 17 GABRYS, David Salsa Cycles 32:34 @ 4:32
  • 71 64 PREHN, Thomas Cat Eye and Bicycle Research 32:36 @ 4:34
  • 72 27 YEE, Andrew Cyclocross Magazine 32:40 @ 4:38
  • 73 99 HORNDASCH, Daniel 32:48 @ 4:46
  • 74 81 MARSHALL, Stephen Bear Valley Bikes 32:51 @ 4:49
  • 75 89 SHERMAN, Scott Olympic Supply Company ” ”
  • 76 115 JACKSON, Greg Spin Bike Shop 32:54 @ 4:52
  • 77 48 ANZOLA, Reinaldo Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 32:57 @ 4:55
  • 78 3 *STEUDEL, Katy Hayes Bicycle Group ” ”
  • 79 47 FERRIER, Jason 33:15 @ 5:13
  • 80 112 ANDERSON, Alex Fox Racing 33:16 @ 5:14
  • 81 97 *COPLEA, Tyler Oakley 33:20 @ 5:18
  • 82 74 WESSON, Rob Quality Bicycle Products ” ”
  • 83 116 VERDEKEL, Scott Topanga Creek Bicycles 33:24 @ 5:22
  • 84 93 MAIER, Bruno Bikes Belong Coalition 33:30 @ 5:28
  • 85 88 KNEALE, Sean Haro-Masi/BikeMine/Castelli/Am 33:34 @ 5:32
  • 86 96 FITZGERALD, Scott 33:36 @ 5:34
  • 87 82 *WILLIAMS, Cameron Bear Valley Bikes 33:48 @ 5:46
  • 88 120 BURGOS, Max 33:56 @ 5:54
  • 89 117 *SNOOKS, Allison Landry’s Bikes 33:59 @ 5:57
  • 90 40 *ELGART, Linda Voler Team Apparel 34:08 @ 6:06
  • 91 13 *FELTS, Danny The Veloshop 34:12 @ 6:10
  • 92 63 *EDWARDS, Carrie 34:20 @ 6:18
  • 93 73 HEFLIN, Brandon Incycle 34:41 @ 6:39
  • 94 59 SISSON, Jacob Cyclocross Magazine 34:47 @ 6:45
  • 95 92 ESBORG, Erik Bikes Belong Coalition 34:49 @ 6:47
  • 96 28 DEWAR, Ian Specialized 34:50 @ 6:48
  • 97 110 TUNG, Travis Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board 34:59 @ 6:57
  • 98 107 WYSOCKI, Wojtek The Massage Stick 36:15 @ 8:13
  • 99 85 SNEAD, Chris Stellina Sport 36:18 @ 8:16
  • 100 77 BROWN, David FLUID 23:32:47 @ 23:04:45
  • 101 104 HORAJ, Stephen Mcghie’s Ski, Bike & Board @1 LAP
  • 102 53 TESSLER, Jonathan @1 LAP
  • 103 49 FONDREN, Chrius @1 LAP
  • 104 55 *HAUGHEY, Lauren xtracycle @1 LAP
  • 105 91 TAYLOR, Joe Sheila Moon Cycling Apparel @1 LAP
  • 106 83 *BRUNSON, Kelley Bear Valley Bikes @1 LAP

Industry women’s results | Click for: Industry men’s results | Pro men’s results | Pro women’s results

  • 1 3 *STEUDEL, Katy Hayes Bicycle Group 32:57 @ 0
  • 2 117 *SNOOKS, Allison Landry’s Bikes 33:59 @ 1:02
  • 3 40 *ELGART, Linda Voler Team Apparel 34:08 @ 1:11
  • 4 63 *EDWARDS, Carrie 34:20 @ 1:23
  • 5 55 *HAUGHEY, Lauren xtracycle @1 LAP
  • 6 83 *BRUNSON, Kelley Bear Valley Bikes @1 LAP

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