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Farrar wins national U-23 ITT title

Tyler Farrar (Health Net-Maxxis) won the national under-23 individual time trial championship on Thursday as the Park City Cycling Festival got under way in Utah. Farrar outpaced a pair of TIAA-CREF/5280 riders to win the title on the hilly, 36km course at Antelope Island State Park in Syracuse, finishing nearly 45 seconds up on Timmy Duggan with 11-time national champion Blake Caldwell third. On Friday, the U-23s tackle the 193km road-race championship on the same course used in 1991 when Lance Armstrong won his first national title. Stay tuned to VeloNews.com for more on the racing in

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Farrar en route to a national title

Farrar en route to a national title

Photo: Beth Seliga

Tyler Farrar (Health Net-Maxxis) won the national under-23 individual time trial championship on Thursday as the Park City Cycling Festival got under way in Utah.

Farrar outpaced a pair of TIAA-CREF/5280 riders to win the title on the hilly, 36km course at Antelope Island State Park in Syracuse, finishing nearly 45 seconds up on Timmy Duggan with 11-time national champion Blake Caldwell third.

On Friday, the U-23s tackle the 193km road-race championship on the same course used in 1991 when Lance Armstrong won his first national title.

Stay tuned to VeloNews.com for more on the racing in Park City.

Park City Cycling Festival
Under-23 national time trial championship
Syracuse, UT. August 12

1. Tyler Farrar, Health Net-Maxxis
2. Timmy Duggan, TIAA-CREF/5280
3. Blake Caldwell, TIAA-CREF /5280
4. Steven Cozza, U.S National
5. Saul Raisin, Crédit Agricole