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MTB nats headed back to Mammoth in ’05

The 2005 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships will return to Mammoth Mountain, California, the U.S. governing body announced Tuesday. The championships will be held September 15-18. More than 1400 athletes raced at Mammoth this past September as USA Cycling unveiled its new one-day format for crowning national champions. “We were very pleased with the outcome of the first one-day national championships in 2004,” said USA Cycling CEO Gerard Bisceglia, “Mammoth is an ideal location and we look forward to another great event in 2005.” The resort's management was happy,

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The 2005 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships will return to Mammoth Mountain, California, the U.S. governing body announced Tuesday.

The championships will be held September 15-18.

More than 1400 athletes raced at Mammoth this past September as USA Cycling unveiled its new one-day format for crowning national champions.

“We were very pleased with the outcome of the first one-day national championships in 2004,” said USA Cycling CEO Gerard Bisceglia, “Mammoth is an ideal location and we look forward to another great event in 2005.”

The resort’s management was happy, too.

“Mammoth was thrilled to host the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships in September,” said Kristy Williams, Mammoth Mountain events manager. “The 2004 event was a huge success and we’re really looking forward to building on last year’s event to make the 2005 event bigger and better.”