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Mach, Pitel take Mt. Hood

Bissell’s Paul Mach and Edwige Pitel (Sorella Forte) held off final-stage challenges to lock up overall victories in Oregon’s Pacific Power Mt. Hood Cycling Classic on Sunday. In the women’s race, Pitel ensured her victory over ValueAct Capital’s Leah Goldberg by winning Sunday’s Downtown Hood River Criterium. Similarly, in the men’s event, Chris Baldwin (OUCH-Maxxis) wasn’t able to fight past Bissell’s superior numbers to pull back 13 seconds from Mach, who won the overall GC on the time he gained in the first stage.

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By Pat Malach

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 4: Mach makes his way through the fast, technical six-corner crit’ course.

Photo: Pat Malach

Bissell’s Paul Mach and Edwige Pitel (Sorella Forte) held off final-stage challenges to lock up overall victories in Oregon’s Pacific Power Mt. Hood Cycling Classic on Sunday.

In the women’s race, Pitel ensured her victory over ValueAct Capital’s Leah Goldberg by winning Sunday’s Downtown Hood River Criterium. Similarly, in the men’s event, Chris Baldwin (OUCH-Maxxis) wasn’t able to fight past Bissell’s superior numbers to pull back 13 seconds from Mach, who won the overall GC on the time he gained in the first stage.

Mach holds them off

The small Trek-Red Truck team scored its second consecutive stage win in the men’s race when Jamie Sparling took the sprint from the remnants of an eight-man break that escaped early in the 70-minute criterium. Corey Collier was also a big winner on the day, moving from sixth to third overall by jumping into the break and finishing fourth behind Sparling, Justin England (California Giant-Specialized) and Aaron Olson (Oakley-Sidi).

Sparling said he knew Bissell would probably let a breakaway go early if it wasn’t a threat to Mach’s overall so that the winners could gobble up the time bonuses given to the top three. Once in the break, the Canadian rider worked hard but decided to leave the primes alone.

“I knew I had the legs to take the sprint if it came down to a few guys,” he said. “And I rode smarter than I ever have. I was looking at the guys (in the break) and it didn’t look like there were any GC contenders, or anyone too close, so I thought Bissell would let it roll, and they did. So it was awesome.”

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 4: Bissell protecting Mach’s lead, a familiar sight at this year’s race.

Photo: Pat Malach

Sparling said memories of the 2008 race motivated him to jump into the break early and start working.

“Last year at this crit’, all I remember is our manager on the radio saying we were tail gunning and just being a little angry with us for not getting in the breaks,” he said. “So this year I had to make up for it.”

With a safe breakaway up the road about 30 seconds, Bissell’s Burke Swindlehurst, Omer Kem, Graham Howard and Morgan Schmitt rode herd on the field and kept Baldwin’s constant attacking in check. While Mach had four teammates guarding his lead, Baldwin’s OUCH-Maxxis was trimmed to just one other rider, Roman Kilun, after John Chodroff got caught up in Stage 3 crash and had to abandon the race.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 4: Trek-Red Truck's Jamie Sparling celebrates the well-earned win.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 4: Trek-Red Truck’s Jamie Sparling celebrates the well-earned win.

Photo: Pat Malach

“Not even close,” Baldwin said of his efforts to pull back the time. “I wasn’t going to be able to pull back one inch. I don’t have the skills to pull off that maneuver. That’s not my skill set. Same situation as yesterday, all (Bissell) has to do is watch one guy. They won the race on the first road stage with a five-man team, and they did a good job. It’s game over.”

In fact, Mach won April’s Cherry Blossom Classic in nearby The Dalles, Oregon, with the same tactic, gaining enough time on the first stage to secure the overall and putting his teammates to work on the front for the rest of the race.

“It was going to be hard for Baldwin with all the help I had from my teammates,” Mach said. “I missed my clip-in at the start (of the criterium), so that was bad. But my team was taking care of me. I didn’t really have to worry; got to watch it all.”

An ‘inexperienced’ Pitel seals the deal

Pitel admitted the day before Sunday’s criterium that she had little experience with the largely American-style of racing. Less than 24 hours later she won the race in front of hard-charging pack of experienced Americans.

“I enjoyed it. It was fast and fun,” Pitel said after her win. “I like it, actually.”

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 4: Pitel not only defended her lead, she added to it with a win in the finale.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 4: Pitel not only defended her lead, she added to it with a win in the finale.

Photo: Pat Malach

As in the men’s race with Mach and Baldwin, Pitel had just one real threat to her overall lead in ValueAct’s Goldstein, who started the day just eight seconds down after some overnight time changes trimmed a few seconds.

“I just thought, I’m not going for the win, I’ll just stick on her wheel,” Pitel said. “I have an eight-second gap, I just must be in front of her and that will be safe. And then I saw that nobody was taking a gap. It was attacking and coming back, attacking and coming back, because everybody wanted a part of the cake.”

But as the group neared the end of the race still intact, Pitel’s thoughts turned to grabbing a little more of that “cake” for herself.

“I thought if we’re all together on the last lap, I’ll go for the win,” she said.

True to form, Pitel took a flyer on the last lap and held off the field for the win, adding to her victories in the prologue and stage 2.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic - Stage 4: Goldstein tried to dislodge Pitel from her wheel, but had little success.

2009 Mt. Hood Classic – Stage 4: Goldstein tried to dislodge Pitel from her wheel, but had little success.

Photo: Pat Malach

“I went around all the girls on the last corner and then went first downhill and through the corner in first position,” she said. “Then I went flat out, and that was it.”

Goldstein praised Pitel’s racing.

“She did what she was supposed to do,” Goldstein said. “She stuck to me like a leach and I could not get rid of her.”

Goldstein made attacks, but said, in retrospect, that she may have tried a little too early.

“I was bit too antsy,” she said. “But I did the best I could. There was a slim chance of getting rid of her. She’s too strong. And when you’re wearing the yellow jersey you have extra power.”

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Results

Results, Stage 4, Men | TOP

  • 1. Jamie Sparling (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, in 1:09:19
  • 2. Justin England (USA), California Giant-Specialized, same time
  • 3. Aaron Olson (USA), OAKLEY-SIDI, s.t.
  • 4. Corey Collier (USA), Rio Grande, s.t.
  • 5. Adrian Hegyvary (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 0:12
  • 6. Allen Krughoff (CAN), Rio Grande, at 0:22
  • 7. Adam Switters (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 0:22
  • 8. Erik Slack (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:22
  • 9. Tim Sherstobitoff (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 10. Logan Garey (USA), Rio Grande, at 0:34
  • 11. Kennett Peterson (USA), Oregon, at 0:34
  • 12. Albert Gonzales (USA), Mt. View Cycles, at 0:34
  • 13. Lucas Binder (USA), ZteaM, at 0:34
  • 14. Trevor Haaheim (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 15. Chris Stuart (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 16. Jake Macarthur (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 0:34
  • 17. Tyler Brandt (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 0:34
  • 18. Brandon Lynch (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 19. Ryan Iddings (USA), Lenovo, at 0:34
  • 20. Andrew Boone (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 0:34
  • 21. Joshua Liberles (USA), Ten Speed Drive Racing, at 0:34
  • 22. Kurt Wolfgang (USA), Canyon Bicycles-Sienna Development, at 0:34
  • 23. Nic Hamilton (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 0:34
  • 24. Jackson Beuhler (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 25. Justin Laue (USA), ZteaM, at 0:34
  • 26. Benjamin King (USA), Fly V Australia, at 0:34
  • 27. Paul Mach (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 0:34
  • 28. Eddy Kwon (USA), ZteaM, at 0:34
  • 29. Owen Harrison (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 30. Sean Passage (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 0:34
  • 31. Tyler Riedesel (USA), Canyon Bicycles Draper, at 0:34
  • 32. Chris Baldwin (USA), OUCH-Maxxis, at 0:34
  • 33. Mike Olheiser (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 0:34
  • 34. Bradley Gehrig (USA), Cole Sport Racing, at 0:34
  • 35. Jonathan Tower (USA), Performance Driven, at 0:34
  • 36. Gabe Varela (USA), Vertical Earth, at 0:34
  • 37. John Hunt (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 0:34
  • 38. Kenyon Campbell (CAN), Westwood Cycles-Cannondale, at 0:34
  • 39. Tanner Putt (USA), Cole Sport Racing, at 0:34
  • 40. Rob Britton (USA), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 0:34
  • 41. Christiaan Devries (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 42. Roman Kilun (USA), OUCH-Maxxis, at 0:34
  • 43. Burke Swindlehurst (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 0:34
  • 44. Trevor Connor (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 0:34
  • 45. Evan Pickett (USA), Metromint Cycling, at 0:34
  • 46. Chris Hong (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 47. David Glick (USA), RideClean-PatentIt.com, at 0:34
  • 48. Andrew Goessling (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 0:34
  • 49. Michael Lanham (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 0:34
  • 50. Eric Fischer (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 0:34
  • 51. James Mattis (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 0:34
  • 52. Kai Applequist (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 53. Barry Wicks (USA), Kona, at 0:34
  • 54. Aaron Sander (USA), Cyclepath Racing, at 0:34
  • 55. Jeff Sherstobitoff (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 0:34
  • 56. Dave Vukets (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 0:34
  • 57. Nathaniel English (USA), ZteaM, at 0:34
  • 58. Vince Owens (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 0:34
  • 59. Seth Patla (USA), River City Bicycles, at 0:34
  • 60. Corey Carlson (CAN), Rio Grande, at 0:34
  • 61. Shannon Morgan (USA), Clean Currents-Don Beyer Volvo, at 0:34
  • 62. James Wingert (USA), ZteaM, at 0:34
  • 63. Andrew Rosette (USA), Second Ascent, at 0:34
  • 64. Darrell O’Quinn (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 0:34
  • 65. Kevin Rowe (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 66. Dan Bryant (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 0:34
  • 67. Julian Martinez (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 0:34
  • 68. Brendan Sullivan (USA), Iron Data Racing, at 0:34
  • 69. Tad Hamilton (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 0:34
  • 70. Ben Rhodes (USA), Second Ascent, at 0:34
  • 71. Morgan Schmitt (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 1:17
  • 72. Dan Martin (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 1:29
  • 73. Omer Kem (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 1:35
  • 74. Derek Dixon (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 1:35
  • 75. Graham Howard (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 0:34
  • 76. Chris Parrish (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 2:37
  • 77. Christopher Wingfield (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 3:10
  • 78. Brandon Dyer (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 3:10
  • 79. Scott Gray (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 3:40
  • 80. Chris Swan (USA), Oregon, at 3:40
  • 81. Wm: Colter Young (CAN), ERTC, at 3:53
  • 82. Jonathan Eropkin (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 4:01
  • 83. Austin Arguello (USA), Hammer-CMG Racing, at 4:01
  • 84. Will Mcginnis (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 4:06
  • 85. Eric Anderson (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 4:09
  • 86. Hugh Trenchard (CAN), Schwalbe Cycling Club, at 4:18
  • 87. Travis Sherman (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 5:20
  • 88. Sean Mcbride (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 6:20

Men’s Final GC | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Paul Mach (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, in 9:54:34
  • 2. Chris Baldwin (USA), OUCH-Maxxis, at 0:13
  • 3. Corey Collier (USA), Rio Grande, at 1:59
  • 4. Mike Olheiser (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 2:08
  • 5. Rob Britton (USA), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 2:09
  • 6. Justin England (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 2:18
  • 7. Nathaniel English (USA), ZteaM, at 2:38
  • 8. Jamie Sparling (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 2:48
  • 9. Morgan Schmitt (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 3:11
  • 10. Burke Swindlehurst (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 3:22
  • 11. Benjamin King (USA), Fly V Australia, at 3:42
  • 12. Nic Hamilton (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 4:32
  • 13. Aaron Olson (USA), OAKLEY-SIDI, at 4:49
  • 14. David Glick (USA), RideClean-PatentIt.com, at 4:59
  • 15. Kevin Rowe (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 5:15
  • 16. James Mattis (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 5:33
  • 17. Justin Laue (USA), ZteaM, at 5:45
  • 18. Erik Slack (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 5:49
  • 19. Roman Kilun (USA), OUCH-Maxxis, at 5:58
  • 20. John Hunt (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 6:01
  • 21. Vince Owens (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 6:25
  • 22. Dave Vukets (CAN), Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 6:29
  • 23. Andrew Boone (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 6:52
  • 24. Joshua Liberles (USA), Ten Speed Drive Racing, at 7:48
  • 25. Kai Applequist (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 8:03
  • 26. Bradley Gehrig (USA), Cole Sport Racing, at 8:26
  • 27. Dan Bryant (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 8:46
  • 28. Eric Anderson (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 9:10
  • 29. Kurt Wolfgang (USA), Canyon Bicycles-Sienna Development, at 9:33
  • 30. Eddy Kwon (USA), ZteaM, at 10:01
  • 31. Evan Pickett (USA), Metromint Cycling, at 10:03
  • 32. Brandon Dyer (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 10:07
  • 33. Trevor Connor (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 10:22
  • 34. Brendan Sullivan (USA), Iron Data Racing, at 10:39
  • 35. Tanner Putt (USA), Cole Sport Racing, at 10:43
  • 36. Adam Switters (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 11:02
  • 37. Barry Wicks (USA), Kona, at 11:03
  • 38. Gabe Varela (USA), Vertical Earth, at 11:07
  • 39. Eric Fischer (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 11:07
  • 40. Tim Sherstobitoff (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 11:10
  • 41. Brandon Lynch (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 11:26
  • 42. Kennett Peterson (USA), Oregon, at 11:32
  • 43. Adrian Hegyvary (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 11:33
  • 44. Albert Gonzales (USA), Mt. View Cycles, at 11:33
  • 45. Kenyon Campbell (CAN), Westwood Cycles-Cannondale, at 11:36
  • 46. Jeff Sherstobitoff (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 11:53
  • 47. Chris Stuart (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 11:58
  • 48. Jake Macarthur (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 11:59
  • 49. Lucas Binder (USA), ZteaM, at 12:02
  • 50. Chris Hong (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 12:31
  • 51. Owen Harrison (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 13:15
  • 52. Sean Passage (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 13:26
  • 53. Dan Martin (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 13:29
  • 54. Aaron Sander (USA), Cyclepath Racing, at 13:41
  • 55. Jonathan Eropkin (USA), Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 14:09
  • 56. Chris Parrish (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 14:21
  • 57. Corey Carlson (CAN), Rio Grande, at 15:24
  • 58. Scott Gray (USA), Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 15:46
  • 59. Chris Swan (USA), Oregon, at 16:16
  • 60. Seth Patla (USA), River City Bicycles, at 16:49
  • 61. Logan Garey (USA), Rio Grande, at 17:16
  • 62. Austin Arguello (USA), Hammer-CMG Racing, at 18:17
  • 63. Trevor Haaheim (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 19:37
  • 64. Ben Rhodes (USA), Second Ascent, at 20:06
  • 65. Graham Howard (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 20:58
  • 66. Jackson Beuhler (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 21:18
  • 67. Allen Krughoff (CAN), Rio Grande, at 22:13
  • 68. Ryan Iddings (USA), Lenovo, at 25:07
  • 69. Christiaan Devries (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 25:24
  • 70. Omer Kem (USA), Bissell Pro Cycling, at 26:39
  • 71. Andrew Goessling (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 28:20
  • 72. Julian Martinez (USA), California Giant-Specialized, at 29:19
  • 73. James Wingert (USA), ZteaM, at 31:51
  • 74. Tyler Riedesel (USA), Canyon Bicycles Draper, at 31:54
  • 75. Christopher Wingfield (USA), Hagens Berman Cycling, at 32:25
  • 76. Shannon Morgan (USA), Clean Currents-Don Beyer Volvo, at 32:29
  • 77. Jonathan Tower (USA), Performance Driven, at 33:58
  • 78. Andrew Rosette (USA), Second Ascent, at 37:24
  • 79. Hugh Trenchard (CAN), Schwalbe Cycling Club, at 45:36
  • 80. Derek Dixon (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 48:23
  • 81. Wm. Colter Young (CAN), ERTC, at 50:01
  • 82. Tad Hamilton (USA), Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 51:12
  • 83. Michael Lanham (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 53:38
  • 84. Tyler Brandt (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 55:39
  • 85. Darrell O’Quinn (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 1:00:42
  • 86. Travis Sherman (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 1:08:15
  • 87. Sean Mcbride (USA), HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 1:09:43
  • 88. Will Mcginnis (USA), Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 1:27:11

Men’s final team GC | TOP

  • 1. Bissell Pro Cycling, in 29:30:36
  • 2. Trek Red Truck Racing-Mosaic Homes, at 3:10
  • 3. California Giant-Specialized, at 3:44
  • 4. Bobs-Bicycles.com, at 9:16
  • 5. ZteaM, at 9:53
  • 6. Rio Grande, at 16:38
  • 7. Therapeutic Associates Cycling-GENR8, at 19:25
  • 8. Total Restoration Cycling, at 19:30
  • 9. Safeway-Bicycles Plus, at 21:14
  • 10. Hagens Berman Cycling, at 27:48
  • 11. HDR-Lombardi Sports, at 1:11:14
  • 12. Warp9bikes.com-Tristar, at 1:37:41

Results – Stage 4, Women | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Edwige Pitel (FRA), Sorella Forte, in 49:43
  • 2. Robin Farina (USA), ValueAct Capital Cycling, s.t.
  • 3. Alison Testroete (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, s.t.
  • 4. Patricia Bailey (USA), Wines of Washington, s.t.
  • 5. Martina Patella (USA), ValueAct Capital Cycling, s.t.
  • 6. Gillian Moody (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, s.t.
  • 7. Sue Butler (USA), MonavieCannondale.com, s.t.
  • 8. Leah Goldstein (CAN), ValueAct Capital Cycling, s.t.
  • 9. Amy Herlinveaux (CAN), Trek Red Truck, s.t.
  • 10. Alisha Welsh (USA), PCIM, s.t.
  • 11. Alice Pennington (USA), Veloforma, s.t.
  • 12. Heather Albert (USA), Riverstone Women’s Racing, s.t.
  • 13. Jessica Hannah (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, s.t.
  • 14. Melissa Mcwhirter (USA), Veloforma, s.t.
  • 15. Teri Sheasby (USA), Bend Bike N Sport, s.t.
  • 16. Heather Pryor (USA), Touchstone Climbing, s.t.
  • 17. Shari White (USA), Castelli, s.t.
  • 18. Erin Ford (USA), Veloforma, at 0:20
  • 19. Marilyn Mcdonald (CAN), Specialized D4W-Bicycle Haus, at 0:20
  • 20. Karey Miles (USA), Therapeutic Associates, at 1:55
  • 21. Kari Studley (USA), VeloBella, at 1:55
  • 22. Pamela Archer (USA), Therapeutic Associates, at 4:09
  • 23. Robyn Poulson (USA), Chinock Cycling, at 4:58
  • 24. Gillian Carleton (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 4:58

Women’s Final GC | Click for: TOP

  • 1. Edwige Pitel (FRA), Sorella Forte, in 10:51:02
  • 2. Leah Goldstein (CAN), ValueAct Capital Cycling, at 0:18
  • 3. Melissa Mcwhirter (USA), Veloforma, at 2:22
  • 4. Robin Farina (USA), ValueAct Capital Cycling, at 2:48
  • 5. Patricia Bailey (USA), Wines of Washington, at 3:25
  • 6. Alice Pennington (USA), Veloforma, at 4:31
  • 7. Marilyn Mcdonald (CAN), Specialized D4W-Bicycle Haus, at 4:56
  • 8. Sue Butler (USA), MonavieCannondale.com, at 5:05
  • 9. Alisha Welsh (USA), PCIM, at 5:25
  • 10. Gillian Moody (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 5:43
  • 11. Teri Sheasby (USA), Bend Bike N Sport, at 6:00
  • 12. Heather Pryor (USA), Touchstone Climbing, at 7:00
  • 13. Jessica Hannah (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 7:56
  • 14. Erin Ford (USA), Veloforma, at 8:14
  • 15. Heather Albert (USA), Riverstone Women’s Racing, at 9:25
  • 16. Shari White (USA), Castelli, at 11:32
  • 17. Kari Studley (USA), VeloBella, at 11:57
  • 18. Amy Herlinveaux (CAN), Trek Red Truck, at 15:13
  • 19. Martina Patella (USA), ValueAct Capital Cycling, at 20:31
  • 20. Alison Testroete (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 22:32
  • 21. Pamela Archer (USA), Therapeutic Associates, at 48:58
  • 22. Karey Miles (USA), Therapeutic Associates, at 51:45
  • 23. Gillian Carleton (CAN), Total Restoration Cycling, at 56:49
  • 24. Robyn Poulson (USA), Chinock Cycling, at 1:12:34