By VeloNews Interactive
Hey, it’s a bike Mecca and the teams from the University of California at Davis proved it when both the school’s men’s and women’s teams wrapped up wins in Monday’s National Collegiate team time trial championship. Meanwhile the host team – the U.S. Air Force Academy – scored a win in the men’s Division II event, while Yale captured the Division II women’s title.
The three-day national championship finished up with a 10.5-mile out-and-back team time trial, pitting riders against the clock and the windy remnants of a fast-moving Canadian cold front that tore through the Colorado Springs area on Sunday night. team time trial on anout-and-back 10.5-mile course.
Officials were still calculating points on Monday, hoping to name each division’s national champions in the overall competition. We’ll provide and update as soon as those results are released.
2001 USCF NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ROAD CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS, Colorado Springs, Co., MAY 21.
TEAM TIME TRIAL
Division I Men: 1. University Of California-Davis 23:18; 2. University Of Colorado-Boulder 23:22; 3. Midwestern St ate University at 23:22.5; 4. Fort Lewis College, 23:44; 5. University Of New Mexico 23:55.
Division II Men: 1. U.S. Air Force Academy, 24:36; 2.
Dartmouth College, 25:39; 3. North Dakota State University, 26:05; 4. Montana State University, 26:50; 5. University Of Montana,
Division I Women: 1. University Of California-Davis, 26:52; 2. University Of New Mexico, 27:21; 3. Midwestern State University, 27:41; 4. University Of Colorado-Boulder, 28:20; 5. Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, 28:55.
Division II Women: 1. Yale University, 30:19; 2.
Dartmouth College, 30:23; 3. Depauw University, 32:54; 4. U.S.
Army, 33:02; 5. U.S. Air Force Academy, 33:59.