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Clarke wins Boise’s Wells Fargo crit

Hilton Clarke brought the Toyota-United Pro squad its second victory in the 2008 USA CRITS Series on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Twilight Criterium in Boise, Idaho. Daniel Ramsey (Time Pro Cycling) led the the race for 11 laps until Clark bridged up with teammate Dominique Rollin and the trio lapped the field. Toyota took no chances, dominating the final 30 minutes of racing and setting up a successful lead-out train for their Australian sprinter, who collected his 12th win of the season.

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Hilton Clarke brought the Toyota-United Pro squad its second victory in the 2008 USA CRITS Series on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Twilight Criterium in Boise, Idaho.

Daniel Ramsey (Time Pro Cycling) led the the race for 11 laps until Clark bridged up with teammate Dominique Rollin and the trio lapped the field.

Toyota took no chances, dominating the final 30 minutes of racing and setting up a successful lead-out train for their Australian sprinter, who collected his 12th win of the season.

Adam Myerson (Time Pro Cycling) finished fourth and took the top spot on the USA CRITS leader board.

Next up in the series is the Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium August 2 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Results

USA CRITS Series

Wells Fargo Twilight Criterium

Boise, Idaho. July 19

1. Hilton Clarke, Toyota-United

2. Dominique Rollin, Toyota-United

3. Daniel Ramsey, Time Pro Cycling

4. Thomas Soladay, Time Pro Cycling

5. Ivan Dominguez, Toyota-United

6. Adam Myerson, Time Pro Cycling

7. Alexi Martinez, SuccessfulLiving

8. Caleb Manion, Toyota-United

9. Hayden Godfrey, Team Inferno

10. Cameron Hoffman, American RADD

11. Jaime Gandara, Team Inferno

12. Jorge Alvarado, Kahala La Grange

13. David Mccook, ProMan cycling Team

14. Seth Hansley, Locos Grill & Pub

15. Remi Mcmanus, Team Inferno

16. David Richter, Benaroya Research Institute

17. Ryan Parnes, Metromint Cycling

18. Mike Stoop, Time Pro Cycling

19. Jeff Hopkins, Team Inferno

20. Devon Vigus, California Giant Berry Farms

21. Chris Hamilton, CMG-Bike n’ Hike

22. Christopher Judy, U.S. Armed Forces

23. Chris Stuart, Team Bobs-Bicycles.com

24. Todd Hageman, Binghams-Northshore

25. Bennet Van Der Genugten, Team Inferno

26. Shawn Mitchell, Bode-Specialized

27. Justin Rose, Team Bobs-Bicycles.com

28. James Allan, Team Bobs-Bicycles.com

29. Craig Dodson, Richmond Pro Cycling

30. Erik Slack, Team Bobs-Bicycles.com

31. Gregg Medinilla, Team DARE-Nytro

32. Sean Sulleran, Toyota-United

33. Christopher Wherry, Toyota-United

34. Aaron Johnson, Benaroya Research Institute

35. Andy Jacques-Maynes, California Giant Berry Farms

36. Cooper Lange, Hagens Berman

37. Dean Peters, Leopard Cycles-Dr. Pad

38. Jonathan Coulter, Webcor-Alto Velo

39. Bradley Gehrig, Canyon Bicycles of Salt Lake

40. Steve Reaney, California Giant Berry Farms

41. Brandon Archibald, Team Bobs-Bicycles.com

42. Jose Manuel, Toyota-United

43. Heath Blackgrove, Toyota-United

44. Peter Devore, Intermountain Orthopaedics

45. Keith Miller, California Giant Berry Farms

46. Chris Torgerson, Benaroya Research Institute