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USA Cycling Elite, U23 & Junior National Championships - NE
California, USA, August 6-10, 2008
Day 2 - August 7: U23, Junior criteriums, 60/50/25 km
Young US criterium champions crowned
By USA Cycling
Williams rocks U23 men's crit
The expansive parking lot of Anaheim's Angels Stadium was transformed into a fast, flat 1.7-kilometre criterium course on Thursday as the USA Cycling Junior, U23, and Elite Road National Championships continued with junior and U23 criterium events on Friday.
The men's U23 criterium provided a grand finale to the day's 10 events when 19-year-old Justin Williams (Rock Racing) threw his bike at the line in a massive bunch sprint to barely squeak past second-placed Jake Keough (Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast) at the end of 35 laps. Daniel Holloway (Garmin/Chipotle) took the bronze in the 109-strong field.
Attacks began in the first lap of the race, and many lasted numerous laps - some composed of one racer, and others of groups of as many as 10. With about 11 laps to go, though, a number of teams including Fiordifrutta, Garmin/Chipotle, VMG/FELT, Rock Racing, and Kelly Benefit Strategies-Medifast began battling on the front of the peloton to take control of the race. With one lap to go, the men of Garmin/Chipotle and VMG/FELT took control and ramped up the pace, shattering the field.
"I kind of bought my time," Williams said. "They started to sprint, and I was cramping, but I could feel myself gaining on them. So, I waited, waited, waited, and in the final 50 metres, I decided to come around.
"Holloway had the right side open at the line, so I just dove in there as fast as I could before he closed it, and I had a really good bike throw at the end," he said.
Williams, who won the keirin and team pursuits at the 2007 USA Cycling Junior Track National Championships, gave his team-mates credit for keeping him out of trouble. "I've been really just learning this season," he added. "My team, I'm grateful they've put me in a lot of the big races and a lot of the big crit series. So, I've been trying to learn, and today I got my shot. I was the go-to guy, and I just used it to my advantage."
Pulling on the national champion's jersey was particularly sweet for Williams as last year he crashed in the road race, cutting the back of his leg open and almost breaking his femur, rendering him unable to do the criterium.
'Cross racer claims U23 women's crit race
In just her first year at road nationals, 21-year-old Beatriz Rodriguez (SC Velo), a former cyclo-cross racer, was elated to take the bunch sprint in the women's U23 criterium just ahead of second-placed Kacey Manderfield (Verducci-Breakaway) and Amara Boursaw (Gregg's Lemond).
Racing without team-mates, Rodriguez said she was nervous when women from teams like Webcor Builders and Metro Volkswagen took control of the race early on, attacking and chasing down attacks for the majority of the 21 laps. "I know a lot of them did the time trial yesterday and did very well," she said. "So the whole time they were attacking, I knew if they got the right make-up in a break, they could get away. And since I didn't have a team, I was nervous. I felt like I had to chase a lot of things."
She said she made herself wait patiently until they started easing up a bit as they attempted to set their riders up for the finish. And winning in her backyard - Fullerton is not far from Anaheim - was icing on the cake. "I'm super excited," she said. "I couldn't stop smiling the whole lap around."
Tomorrow's elite crit champions
Weston Luzzader (Nova Cycle Sport Inc.) became the new men's 17-18 criterium champion after becoming part of a successful four-man break with one lap to go in the 30-lap race. At the line, he outsprinted silver medalist Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Development Team) and bronze winner Danny Finneran (\Team Rock). The 17-18 event had the largest field of the day with 133 competitors.
The women's 17-18 event, with a field of 25, also ended in a bunch sprint after many unsuccessful attacks in the 12-lap race. The first two women across the line were the same two that crossed the line first last year as 18-year-old Sinead Miller (UPMC Cycling Performance) took her second consecutive stars and stripes jersey and Missy Erickson (Bike and Fitness CO-Subway) earned her second silver medal. Anna Young (America's Dairyland) followed close behind for the bronze.
Eduardo Lopez (Major Motion) became the new men's 10-12 national champion in yet another race that ended in a bunch sprint. He crossed the line after nine laps just ahead of second place Teddy Kozlowski (Vortex Cycling) and third place Noah Granigan (Team Somerset). Granigan stepped onto the podium for the second time in two days; he was second in the previous day's time trial. There were 48 young men in the field.
After narrowly taking second in Wednesday's junior women's 10-12 time trial, 2007 triple crown winner, 12-year-old Katrina Howard (Central Valley Cycling), climbed back onto the first spot on the podium in Thursday's criterium that had a field of 12. In addition to winning all of the prime sprints in the nine-lap race, she came across the final line 2.2 seconds ahead of silver medalist Marielena Banuelos (Newbond) and Dominique Shore (Frazier Cycling).
John Funk (GP Velotek) secured his second 2008 national champion's jersey when he took the bunch sprint in the junior men's 13-14 criterium ahead of second place Dominic Galenti IV (SC Velo) and third place Drew Bercaw (One Call Now). A field of 57 completed 12 laps.
In the junior women's 13-14 event, 13-year-old Sarah Huang (Kenosha Velosport), who took silver in last year's 10-12 criterium, was crowned national champion after outsprinting a group of 10 riders that split from the field of 24 after a crash with six laps to go in the 12-lap race. For the second time in two days, Grace Alexander (BYRDS) stood on the second podium spot - she won silver in Wednesday's time trial - and third place went to Alexis Ryan (Major Motion Development).
Juan Carmona (Young Medalists-Team Dual Temp) outsprinted a field of 80 in the 15-lap junior men's 15-16 criterium. Cory Williams (Major Motion) came across the line second, while Ryan Eastman (Team Swift) took the bronze.
After making a successful solo break from a field of 19 riders with three laps out of 12 to go, 15-year-old Kendall Ryan (Major Motion Development) came across the line to take the national championship in the junior women's 15-16 event, 8.3 seconds ahead of Jessica Prinner (Athletes by Design), who also soloed across the line. Kaitlin Antonneau (Nova/IsCorp) took the field sprint for third. Both Antonneau and Prinner stood on the time trial podium the previous day in the second and third spots, respectively.
The 2008 USA Cycling Junior, U23 and Elite Road National Championships continues on Friday with the junior 10-16 road races.
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Under 23 men 1 Justin Williams (Rock Racing) 1.18.29 2 Jake Keough (Kelly Benefit Strategies/Medif) 3 Daniel Holloway (VMG/FELT) 4 Eric Barlevav (TIME Pro Cycling) 5 Alex Boyd (Team Waste Management) 6 Alexi Martinez (Successfulliving) 7 Andrew Dalhiem (Metro VW/FCS Cycling) 8 Gregg Brandt (Bianchi/Grand Performance) 9 Eric Schildge (Fiordifrutta) 10 Thacker Reeves (Matrix/RBM) 11 Keil Reijnen (Team Waste Management) 12 Joey Rosskopf (Kudzu.com U-23) 13 Nick Keough (CRCA/Sakonnet) 14 Scott Jackson (Watchung Wheelmen) 15 Cheyne Hoag (CRCA/Sakonnet) 16 Ryan Baumann (CRCA/Sakonnet) 17 Jorge Rodriguez (Acqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle) 18 Cody O'reilly (Successful Living p/b Parkepre) 19 Benjamin King (Kelly Benefit Strategies/Medif) 20 Thomas Brown (Kudzu.com U-23) 21 Chris Parrish (Hagen Berman LLP) 22 Andrew Salcedo (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 23 Ben Bradshaw (Kahala-LaGrange) 24 Albert Gonzalez (Unattached) 25 Tom Peterson (Garmin-Chipotle) 26 Noah Singer (Kahala-LaGrange) 27 Sean Mazich (Team Waste Management) 28 Andrew Goessling (Village Peddler) 29 Daniel Summerhill (VMG/FELT) 0.09 30 Grant Van Horn (Team Waste Management) 0.11 31 Stevie Cullinan (Team Waste Management) 0.13 32 James Esser (SC Velo) 33 Carson Miller (Team Rubicon-ORBEA) 0.22 34 Tyler Jewell (TxTough/Team Hotel SJ) 35 Andy Baker (TIME Pro Cycling) 0.25 36 Phillip Gaimon (Fiordifrutta) 37 Stefan Swecker (TriStar Cycling/Marx &Bensdorf) 38 Conor Mullervy (Black Sheep) 39 Ross Berger (Unattached) 40 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta) 41 Carter Jones (Colavita Racing) 42 Peter Stetina (Garmin/Chipotle) 43 Scott Dolmat-Connell (Met Life p/b unlose.it) 44 James Driscoll (FiordiFrutta) 45 Chris Butler (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 46 Andrew Talansky (TOSHIBA-Santo) 47 Corey Ray (Metro Volkswagen) 48 Ian Burnett (Fort Lewis College) 49 Kolt Bates (Mercy Cycling Elite Team) 50 Nick Frey (TIME Pro Cycling) 51 Zachary Williams (Village Peddler) 52 Oscar Clark (Kudzu.com U-23) 0.31 53 Matthew Howe (DLP Racing) 54 Chris Keane (Preferred Alliance) 55 David Talbott (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 0.37 56 Josh Yeaton (Kaladi-Subway) 57 Noah Metzler (RGF Solutions/Panther Exp) 58 Julian Kyer (ProPeloton Racing) 0.38 59 David Hutton (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 0.40 60 Jerome Townsend (Fitness Together/IF pb Lionett) 0.41 61 Kevin Mullervy (Black Sheep) 0.48 62 Peter Carey (Metro Volkswagen) 63 Sean Melcher (CJCT/Northeastern Hardware) 64 Alister Ratcliff (Fiordifrutta) 65 Caleb Fairly (Garmin/Chipotle) 0.51 66 Julian Martinez (Metromint Cycling on Marin Bik) 67 Lucas Binder (Cal Cycling) 68 Gabe Varela (Vertical Earth) 69 Jesse Dekrey (Kahala-LaGrange) 0.59 70 Jackie Simes (TIME Pro Cycling) 1.02 71 Walker Savidge (VMG/FELT) 1.11 72 Kirk Carlsen (VMG/FELT) 73 Jafer Beizer (Kudzu.com U-23) 1.13 74 Adam Switters (Rock Racing) 75 William Snodgrass (Metro Volkswagen) 76 Nicholas Martinez (University of California-Santa) 1.43 77 Evan Bowman (Team Waste Management) 78 Shawn Rosenthal (ZteaM) 1.51 79 Eric Losak (VRC-MS Society) 1.57 80 Brock Curry (Rock Racing) 2.00 81 Spencer Beamer (DLP Racing) 2.02 82 Eric Slack (Team Bobs-Bicycles.com) 2.30 83 Travis Burandt (CRCA/Sakonnet) 3.01 DNF John Crow (North Carolina State Universit) DNF Steven Gordon (Haymarket Bicycles) DNF Alex Kerman (One Call Now) DNF Allen Morris (One Call Now) DNF Bobby Sweeting (TOSHIBA-Santo) DNF Tristan Uhl (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose) DNF Justin Anderson (One Call Now) DNS Robert Carr (Swami's-FPPI Devt Elite) DNS Austin Carroll (Rock Racing) DNS Winston David (TOSHIBA-Santo) DNS Guy East (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNS Dustin Eskelson (Canyon Bicycles Elite Team) DNS Cory Greenberg (NOW- MS SOCIETY) DNS Chris Hall (HRRC/ Trek Stores) DNS Alex Jarman (Swamis-FPPI DET) DNS Micah Herman (VOS Racing) DNS Adam Lang (Mesa Cycles) DNS Toby Marzot (Fiordifrutta) DNS Gustavo Mendez (Unattached) DNS John Meyers (ABD/GearGrinder) DNS Michael Midlarsky (Bike America) DNS Dylan O'sullivan (CRCA/Sakonnet) DNS Eric Riggs (NorCal Elite Cycling) DNS Phillip Snodgrass (Metro Volkswagen) DNS Jonathan Tower (Performance Driven) DNS Ben Barsi-Rhyne (Adobe/HDR p/b Lombardi Spt) Under 23 women 1 Beatriz Rodriguez (SC Velo) 54.43 2 Kacey Manderfield (Verducci/Breakaway) 3 Amara Boursaw (Gregg's Lemond) 4 Kimberly Geist (Metro Volkswagen) 5 Lindsay Myers (Dewar's Racing Team) 6 Amy Chandos (Cal Aggie Cycling) 7 Amy Dombroski (Webcor Builders) 8 Lauren Hecht (Webcor Alto Velo) 9 Ally Stacher (Bobs-Bicycles.com) 10 Arielle Filiberti (Unattached) 11 Jacquelyn Crowell (University of Florida Cycling) 12 Casey Gale (City of Forest Acres Cycling T) 13 Shannon Koch (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team) 0.03 14 Kimberly Fong (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized) 15 Lauren Liscinski (University of California-Santa) 16 Rebecca Much (Webcor Builders) 0.08 17 Ashley Anderson (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team) 0.18 18 Whitney Schultz (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose) 4.19 DNF Kimberley Turner (Bobs-Bicycles.com) DNF Kristin Jo Markham (BMW/Bianchi) DNS Julia Manley (Colorado State U.) 17-18 men 1 Weston Luzadder (Nova Cycle Sport Inc.) 1.11.12 2 Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Development Team) 3 Danny Finneran (Team Rock) 4 Ty Magner (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 5 Jacob Rathe (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 0.03 6 Luke Keough (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast) 0.04 7 Mitch Gantz (baraboo Sharks) 8 Josh Courtney (Southern California Velo) 0.06 9 Aj Meyer (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 10 Bryan Larsen (Rio Strada) 11 Austin Arguello (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 12 Steven Reid (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized) 13 Morgan Ryan (Major Motion Development) 14 Zack Stein (IS Corp/Nova Cycling Sports) 15 Charlie Avis (Team Specialized Racing Junior) 16 Evan Huffman (Adobe/HDR p/b Lombardi Sports) 17 Andres Cano (Team Laser-ES) 18 Peter Boyd (Trek Stores: Heartland) 19 Lawrence Warbasse (Priority Health Cycling) 20 Ricky Gargiulo (Colavita Racing) 21 Greg Lowhorn (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 22 Ryan Storm (TARGETRAINING) 23 Andre Vandenberg (Velosports Racing) 24 Patrick Torres (SC Velo) 25 Colton Barrett (MNJRC) 26 Carlos Leyva (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 27 Stephen Koelbl (G.S.C. Blagnac) 28 Daniel Heeley (South Bay Wheelmen) 29 Connor O'leary (Velosport Racing) 30 Elliott Craddock (Seigler Sports) 31 Colton Hlavinka (BYRDS-EAGLES) 32 Tyler Karnes (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 33 Cody Wignall (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah) 34 Brandon Mart (Team Ride For A Reason) 35 Brandon Howard (Central Valley Cycling) 36 Zack Geyer (Baraboo Sharks) 37 Ryan Bibko (First Rate Mortgage) 38 Derek Titus (Team Cucina Fresca) 39 Kevin Young (Bicycle Place Velo Club) 40 Ryan Cleveland (SC velo) 41 Marcel Delisser (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 42 Tucker Gerald (Cain's Racing) 43 Connor Sallee (CRCA JrDev/Orbea) 44 Stephen Liguori (Team Tyson) 45 Matt Green (Pro Chain Cycling) 46 Steve Fisher (Rad Racing NW) 47 Joshua Soboti (Team Metra/Wendys p.b. Victor) 48 Jan Bradford-Watts (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 49 Alder Martz (Hot Tubes Development) 50 Dylan Degan (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo Team) 51 Tyler Brandt (Team Swift) 52 Chris Stastny (Davis Bike Club) 53 Erik Meier (Baraboo Sharks) 54 Ian Moir (Team Rock) 55 Nicholas Abal (Tieni Duro) 56 Jordan Campbell (Hagens Berman LLC) 57 Austin Stewart (GS Tenzing) 58 Ian Boswell (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell) 59 Michael Stone (Fulton Flyers Devo) 60 Cesar Acosta (Major Motion) 61 Scott Rosenfield (Nova Cycle Sports Foundation) 62 Brandon Trafton (Central Valley Cycling) 63 David Lelong (ITB-Pacific Velo) 64 Kyle Cochran (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo) 65 Tyler Wall (Ski Utah Cycling Team) 66 John Loucks (Pro Chain Cycling) 67 Matthew Miyamoto (Front Rangers Cycling Club) 68 Chris Di Re (First Rate Mortgage) 69 Brandon Lach (Pro Chain Cycling) 70 Graham Aldredge (GP VeloTek) 71 Sam Stone (Baraboo Sharks) 72 Graham Coy (Tri-State Velo) 73 Henry Willis (ASV) 74 Evan Cooper (CRCA Jr.Dev.) 75 Michael Niemi (Cycle Science) 0.20 76 Kal Farmer (Team Power Train) 77 Adrian Balsara (Tyson Racing) 0.22 78 Alex Edwards (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 79 Cory St. Clair (Pro Chain Cycling) 80 Nicholas Savadelis (Fulton Flyers Devo) 81 Zane Dordai (Colavita Racing) 82 Kevin Gottlieb (Squadra Coppi) 83 Scotty Tickemyer (SC Velo) 0.28 84 Nikolai Masluk (Northeastern Hardware/CJCT) 0.30 85 Dylan Jones (BYRDS/Eagles) 86 Joseph Schmalz (HRRC Trek Stores) 87 Nathanael Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing) 88 Will Mcginnis (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo) 0.35 89 Emerson Oronte (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast) 0.41 90 Nathan Brown (Hot Tubes Junior Developement) 0.45 91 Austin Allison (THF Racing) 92 Alex Hetherington (Tyson Racing) 0.53 93 Marcos Rodriguez (Laser ES) 1.16 94 Eddie Solorzano (Preffered Alliance) 1.18 95 Adolfo Orozco (United Cycling Club) 10.00 96 Stradford Helms (Unattached) 97 Levi Baker (Tyson Racing) 98 Jacob Byrd (Benissimo) 99 Samuel Murdock (Pro Chain Cycling) 100 Chase Watkins (BYRDS) 101 Andrew Barker (5280 Magazine) 102 Alex Wick (Davis Bike Club) 103 Edan Levaton (Team Specialized Racing) 104 Garrick Valverde (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) DNF Austin Mclenithan (FARM TEAM CYCLING) DNF Marshall Opel (Hammer Nutrition/Montana Junio) DNF Austin Robison (Metro Volkswagen) DNF James Carrico (Unattached) DNF Cody Cox (Unattached) DNF Anthony Olson (Nature Valley) DNF Trace Althans (October Lake Effect) DNF Wesley Finger (Oh Boy Oberto/Redline) DNF Taylor Benz (Sun Summit Cycling Club) DNF Kit Recca DNS Christopher Hurst DNS Taylor Kuphaldt DNS Jose Blanco DNS Adam Leibovitz DNS Matt Pence DNS Parker Thompson DNS Steven Black DNS Nathan Wilson DNS Alexander Quinones DNS Alan Ting DNS Andrew Florian DNS Eric Emsky DNS Ian Terry DNS Maxwell Durtschi DNS Alfredo Cruz DNS Iggy Silva DNS Ethan Weiss DNS Daniel Walker DNS Stephen Tvedt DNS Nat Weston 17-18 women 1 Sinead Miller (UPMC Cycling Performance) 33.39 2 Missy Erickson (Bike And Fitness CO/Subway) 3 Anna Young (Americas Dairyland) 4 Cinthia Lehner (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 5 Colleen Gulick (Colavita Racing) 6 Jacqueline Kurth (Team Kenda Tire) 7 Shelby Reynolds (Sugar Cycles) 8 Jessie Yeaton (Kaladi-Subway) 9 Antonia Musto (Priority Health U23) 10 Nina Santiago (High Gear/Watchung Wheelmen) 11 Elspeth Huyett (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 12 Christina Norwich (Oh Boy Oberto/Redline) 13 Michelle Morris (One Call Now) 14 Mikayla Lyman (BYRDS) 15 Danielle Haulman (5280 Magazine) 0.04 16 Silvia Fernandez (Newbond Cycling Team) 0.05 17 Claudia A. Espinoza (Acqua al 2/SDBC) 0.07 18 Angela Bosco (SC Velo) 0.12 19 Leah Oppenheimer (Colavita Racing) 0.14 20 Jasmin Parsons (InfoVista) 0.16 21 Bridgette Mclean (Hincapie/Coca-Cola p/b Barkley) 22 Hannah Summers (Kaladi-Subway) 23 Colleen Hayduk (Kutztown Inn/BicyclingWorld.co) DNS Beth Hammon (Alqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle) DNS Jerika Hutchinson (Team TIBCO) 15-16 men 1 Juan Carmona (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 35.41 2 Cory Williams (Major Motion) 3 Ryan Eastman (Team Swift) 4 Alex Battles-Wood (Team Power Train) 5 Ben Gabardi (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 6 Chris Wallace (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) 7 Zachary Wick (Davis Bike Club) 8 Nathan Williams (Paul Tracy.com) 9 Graham Dewart (Mesa Cycles) 10 Kevin Mcguire (ACT) 11 Yannick Eckmann (5280) 12 Benjamin Salibra (Syracuse Bicycle/SpokePost.com) 13 Tanner Putt (Cole Sport) 14 John Tomlinson (XXX Racing Athletico) 15 Daniel Tisdell (Team Specialized Racing) 16 James Laberge (Team Specialized Racing) 17 Kyle O'brien (Virginia Beach Wheelmen) 0.05 18 Neal Shepherd (Orlando Road Club) 0.07 19 Matthew Baranoski (Cycle Sport Zaveta Constructio) 20 Paul Lynch (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast) 21 Steven Rusnak (CYCLE SCIENCE) 22 Thomson Remo (Baraboo Sharks) 23 Kristo Jorgenson (BYRDS) 24 Adam Hodes (Tieni Duro) 25 Brandon Droese (Time Factory Team) 26 Willy Zellmer (Hammer Nutrition/mjcf) 27 Eduardo Meza (Coates/Freedom 2Doit/felt) 28 Jonathan Merritt (BYRDS) 29 Joseph Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing) 0.21 30 Gabe Watson-Norris (Rad Racing/Hagens Berman LLC) 0.23 31 Mathew Lipscomb (Fulton Flyers Devo) 0.24 32 Benny Swedberg (Rad Racing/Hagens Berman LLC) 0.26 33 Joshua Wade (OZ Racing Team) 0.28 34 Angelo Roman (BYRDS/Eagles) 35 Kosta Psaltis (Rad Racing/Hagens Berman LLC) 36 Matthew Spinks (Team Metra/Wendy's p/b Victor) 0.31 37 Joel Acosta (Major Motion) 38 Geovany Morales (Major Motion) 39 Peter Taylor (Tieni Duro) 0.33 40 Alex Sullivan (Southren California Velo) 41 Zachary Semian (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 0.35 42 Jesse Keough (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast) 0.45 43 Danny Hiller (5280 Magazine) 0.47 44 Jorge Higuera (Acqua Al 2/SDBC) 0.55 45 Royce Strange (GS Tenzing) 0.57 46 Matt Muney (Connecticut Coast Cycling) 1.05 47 Taylor Birmann (Priority Health) 48 David Kessler (Mojo Wheels) 1.15 49 Zack Noonan (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 1.25 50 Michael Pincus (Pearland Cycles Racing pb MSHC) 51 Michael James (Baraboo Sharks) 1.43 52 Aubrey Moore (TriStar Cycling Team) 1.47 53 Evan Wynn (Hincapie-Barkley Devo) 1.57 54 Zachary Page (BYRDS) 12.00 55 Shannon Maris (Oberto/Redline) 56 Neal Forbes (Pro Chain Cycling) 57 Amir Merali (Preffered Alliance Cycling Tea) 58 Colby Benz (Sun Summit Cycling Club) 59 Andrew Lanier Jr. (Team Specialized Racing Junior) 60 Jeff Alpert (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 61 Derek Courtney (Southern California Velo) 62 Max Kaplan (Colavita Racing) 63 Lawson Craddock (Northwest Cycling Club) DNF Robin Eckmann (5280) DNF Spencer Oswald (Baraboo Sharks) DNF Jacob Arnold (Black Sheep Cartel) DNF Alan Wells (Endorphins) DNF James Bird (IS Corp/ Nova) DNF Argenis Morales (Major Motion) DNF Ruben Del Cristo (Prefered Alliance Cycling Team) DNF Eddie Grystar (RC-13) DNF Joel Shaffer (Team Specialized Racing Junior) DNF Brentley Campbell (Team Swift) DNS Spencer Oswald (Baraboo Sharks) DNS Sam Geyer (Baraboo Sharks) DNS Curtis Howard (central valley cycling) DNS Tony Wieczorek (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) DNS Daniel Farinha (SJBC/SugarCRM) DNS Dani Rudd (Team Solar Eclipse) DNS Davis Bentley (Team Specialized Racing) 15-16 women 1 Kendall Ryan (Major Motion Development) 33.54 2 Jessica Prinner (Athletes By Design) 0.08 3 Kaitlin Antonneau (Nova/IsCorp) 0.21 4 Mckinsey Loan (Kaladi Subway) 5 Antonina Esposto (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 6 Ashlyn Gerber (Team Swift) 7 Dano Barrett (MNJRC) 0.30 8 Coryn Rivera (Kahala LaGrange) 1.10 9 Catherine Probst (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 10 Paulina Lopez (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise) 1.30 11 Amanda Duarte (Acqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle) 12 Somersby Jenkins (Echalon) 13 Shannon Jones (Summit Vello) 14 Emily Shields (Carolina Masters) 15 Hannah Hayduk (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp) 16 Ivie Crawford (Southern California Velo) 1.35 17 Christina Yglesias (SJBC/SugarCRM) 1.37 18 Katherine Shields (Carolina Masters) 3.22 19 Taylor Meilahn (International Christian Cyclin) 13-14 men 1 John Funk (GP Velotek) 32.27 2 Dominic Galenti Iv (SC Velo) 3 Drew Bercaw (One Call Now) 4 Taylor Eisenhart (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah) 5 Pedro Zaragoza (Major Motion) 6 Bryan Galvan (Sho-air/Sonance) 7 Marcus Smith (Team Specialized JR) 8 Thomas Wrona (Raleigh AllStars Cycling Team) 9 Michael Dessau (Team 5280/Slipstream) 10 Scott Mcclary (Morris Trucking Velo) 11 Darrell Kohli Jr. (U.P. Ophthalmology) 12 Colin Krebsbach (Oh Boy Oberto/Redline) 13 Gunnar Madden (U.P. Ophthalmology) 14 Dean Haas (5280 Magazine) 15 Alexey Vermeulen (AAVC) 16 Lucas Wardein (Orlando Road Club) 17 Andrew Macrae (Frazier Cycling) 18 Kristopher Maile (Nu Vision Cyclery) 19 Michael Shein (Sho-Air/Sonance) 20 Erik Volotzky (Major Motion) 21 Grahmm Smith (Team Power Train) 22 Alexander Freund (Davis Bike Club) 23 Zach Bender (GS Park Ridgeâ€¢Team Cyclespor) 24 Dag Anderson (Team Somerset) 0.07 25 Jackson Long (Sun Summit Cycling Team) 26 Rudy Peterson (Kalamazoo Bike Club) 0.10 27 Kelby Spore (Davis Bike Club) 28 Joe Haulman (5280 Magazine) 29 Andy Su (Hutch's Bend) 0.11 30 Nicholas Tarrant (SC VELO) 31 Noah Williams (GS Tenzing) 32 Kaleb Koch (Smart cycling) 0.13 33 Tyler Hanson (Tieni Duro) 34 Chris Laberge (Team Specialized Racing) 35 Josef Nygaard (Team Swift) 36 Luis Carrasco (Major Motion) 0.14 37 Sean Cochran (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo) 0.16 38 Cesar Lopez Jr (Major Motion) 0.20 39 Chris Baranoski (Cycle Sport Zaveta Constructio) 40 Joel Kramer (Montana Junior Cycling Foundat) 0.26 41 Hunter Stewart (GS Tenzing) 42 Felipe Gonzalez (herbalife) 43 Casey Williams (Bear Valley Bikes) 0.45 44 Imari Miller (GS Tenzing) 1.13 45 Bobby Unverzagt (Southbay Wheelmen) 2.08 46 Jay Major (JAR) 2.38 47 Jordan Hirschmann (Sho-Air/Sonance) 48 Tyler Coplea (Landis/Trek) 49 Christian Teather (Colavita Racing) 50 Reese Levine (Tieni Duro) DNS Ryan West Deluca (Acqua al 2/SDBC) DNS Jordan Cullen (Loon State Cyclists) DNS Ernsto Santiestban (Major Motion) DNS Kyle Torres (Sho-Air/Sonance) DNF Jonathon Schilling (Mesa) DNF Avery Wilson (NCVC/Inova Health System) DNF Chase Carpenter (Sho-air/Sonance) 13-14 women 1 Sarah Huang (Kenosha Velosport) 36.19 2 Grace Alexander (BYRDS) 3 Alexis Ryan (Major Motion Development) 4 Karla Lopez (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise) 5 Zoe Frazier (Frazier Cycling) 6 Kaitlyn Lawrence (Vortex) 7 Dominique Van Den Dries (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized) 8 Jacqueline Denny (GP Velotek) 0.03 9 Tara Mccormick (Ouch Pro Cycling) 0.05 10 Melissa Goodman (Frazier Cycling) 0.08 11 Hannah Mossman (One Call Now) 0.29 12 Sara Youmans (Sun Summit) 0.31 13 Brianna Lindflott (Summit Velo) 0.33 14 Eryn Maris (Oberto/Redline) 15 Michelle Blake (Colavita Central Florida) 1.10 16 Avivah Hotimsky (Two Rivers Cycling Club) 1.14 17 Morgan Almazan (BlackSheep) 1.50 18 Colleen Cross (ShoAir/Sonance) 19 Ashley St. Pierre (BYRDS) 1.53 20 Savannah Blake (BYRDS) 2.03 21 Abigail Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing) 3.29 DNF Maritza Meza (Coates/Freedom 2Doit/felt) DNF Ariana Cruz (Colavita Racing) DNF Natalie Acosta (Major Motion) 10-12 men 1 Eduardo Lopez (Major Motion) 26.07 2 Teddy Kozlowski (Vortex Cycling) 3 Noah Granigan (Team Somerset) 4 Dylan Drummond (Tieni Duro) 5 Philip O'donnell (Frazier Cycling) 6 Quinten Kirby (IC3) 7 Jonathan Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing) 8 Matthew Valencia (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized) 9 Stanley Goto (Team Swift) 10 Marcelo Cleveland (SC Velo) 11 Efren Flores (G.S. Adams) 12 Kenny Polley (Landis/Trek) 13 Grant Mcelroy (Beaverton Bicycle Club) 14 Jonathan Brown (TriStar Cycling) 15 Zachary Edwards (Summit Velo) 16 Luke Broadwell (Camp Highland) 17 Will Barta (BYRDS) 18 Angel Lopez (Major Motion) 19 Karch Miller (Davis Bike Club) 20 Anselm Teather (Colavita Racing) 21 Erick Palafox (SDBC) 22 James Todd (Frazier Cycling) 23 Cormac Dunn (Slipstream Chipotle/5280) 24 Francisco Dominguez (Major Motion) 25 Austin Vincent (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast) 26 Jonathon Carrasco (Major Motion) 27 Samuel Rosenberg (Unattached) 0.08 28 Erick Madis (Pista Elite) 0.12 29 Everett Jones (Baraboo Sharks) 0.14 30 Cameron Williams (Bear Valley Bikes) 0.15 31 Jeremy Lopez (SC Velo) 32 Ian Mcshane (Red Zone Cycling) 0.42 33 Aaron Loftus (Liquid Fitness Racing) 1.27 34 Stephen Ridley (Unattached) 35 Liam Earl (BYRDS) 36 Liam Dunn (Slipstream Chipotle/5280) 18.34 37 Ryan Messersmith (Rocket Sports Racing) 38 Enzo Flores (G.S. Adams) 39 Robert Terra (Rocket Sports Racing) 40 Evan Williams (Bear Valley Bikes) 41 Julio Jr. Muro (Coates/Freedom 2Doit/felt) 42 Justin Cruz (Colavita Racing) 43 Colton Holland (Frisco Cycling Club) 44 Nathan Goldberg (GP Velotek) 45 Alexander Marzot (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire) DNF Michael Hocking (BYRDS) DNF Tyler Spence (Sun Summit) DNS Daniel Willett (SDBC) 10-12 women 1 Katrina Howard (Central Valley Cycling) 31.24 2 Banuelos Marielena (Newbond) 0.02 3 Dominique Shore (Frazier Cycling) 4 Laurel Rathbun (Team 5280 Magazine) 5 Rachel Cross (ShoAir/Sonance) 6 Rylee Brubaker 0.05 7 Mina Anderberg (Flatiron Flyers) 8 Lucia Carreno (Major Motion) 0.08 9 Amelia Tanner (Team Sho Air) 10 Julyn Aguila (Major Motion) 0.23 11 Emma Su (Cascade Foot Clinic) 0.32 12 Natalia Silva 0.38