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Results and Reports for June 1-7, 2002


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Jacksonville Classic
Penney Farms Road Race
Port of Catoosa Spring Crit
Jefferson Cup Road Race
Spin City Criterium
Spin City Circuit Race
OBRA Banana Belt Road Racing Series #2

Washington Cup #2
Pure Austin Pace Bend Road Race
Ronde Ohop Circuit Race
Jack Frost Time Trial
UCSD Boulevard Road Race

JAR Tour of the Bahamas
RMR #2
CU criterium

Bob Hansing Cup #1



Festival of speed

Featuring the Commercial Color U.S. Women's Open and the Good Shepherd Tandemonium

Lehigh Velodrome, June 7, 2002

One Fast Night

By Gwen Hoover

Unlike opening night, good weather graced the Lehigh Valley Velodrome for the Festival of Speed on Friday, June 7. The Velodrome hosted the Commercial Color U.S. Women's Open and the Good Shepherd Tandemonium.

The Men's Tandemonium was an exciting event as the finals were watched with anticipation. Mike Beers and Josiah Ng sped into first place, surpassing second place finishers Erik Bonser and Todd Yezefski. Equally thrilling was the Mixed Tandemonium, with Darren Harry and Leeanne Manderson taking first place away from team-mates Anton Quist and Pam Fernandes.

The women got to show their skills during the Women 40-Lap Points Race. Though each rider gave her all, Ashley Kimmet managed to snag first place, surpassing 2000 Olympian Tanya Lindenmuth, who took second, and third place finisher Becky Quinn. The Women's Miss and Out was a close call, with Sarah Uhl grabbing first place. Becky Quinn took home the honors of the Commercial Color U.S. Women's Open for the second year in a row.

The night drew to a close with the awards from Commerical Color for the Women's Open. The Outstanding Sprinter Award went to Tanya Lindenmuth, Ashley Kimmet was awarded the Most Aggressive Award, and the Best Young Rider Award went to Kim Geist. The Spirit of Nicole Awards were also given out in memory of Nicole Reinhart. The Youth Award was given to Kim Geist and the Character Award went to Becky Conzelman.


Men's 3-mile prime race
1 Jame Carney
2 Bobby Lea
3 Josiah Ng
4 Ryan Oelkers
5 Jeff Hopkins
Men's miss-and-out
1 Hopkins
2 Oelkers
3 Tim Reinhart
4 Lea
5 Kenny Williams
Men's 2-mile final
1 Angelo Martorell
2 Carney
3 Josiah Ng
4 Juan Jose Haedo
5 Kyle Wamsley
Commercial Color U.S. Women's Open
Women's 1-mile final
1 Tanya Lindenmuth
2 Becky Quinn
3 Becky Conzelman
4 Graciela Matinez
5 Mandy Poitras
Women's 40-lap points race
1 Ashley Kimmet
2 Lindenmuth
3 Becky Quinn
4 Poitras
5 Leanne Manderson
Women's miss-and-out
1 Sarah Uhl
2 Quinn
3 Poitras
4 Kimmet
5 Manderson
Most Aggressive: Kimmet
Best Sprinter: Lindeenmuth
Best Young Race: Kim Geist
Commercial Color Women's Omnium
1 Quinn         34 pts
2 Lindenmuth    27
3 Poitrus       22
4 Kimmet        22
5 Uhl           21
Men's Tandem
Mike Beers and Josiah Ng def. Rafael Gomez and Vince Gomez
Eric Bonser and Todd Yezefski def. Jeremy Miller and Josh Weir
Mike Grabowski and Sebastian Alexandre def. Juan Jose Haedo and Gustavo Aetachol
Darren Harry and Matt Diefenbach def. Barney Storey and Robert Allen
Beers/Ng def. Harry/Diefenbach
Bonser/Yezefski def. Grabowski/Alexandre
Consolation final
Storey/Allen def. Miller/Weir and Gomez/Gomez
Championship final
Beers/Ng def. Bonser/Yezefski
Mixed Tandems
Gil Hatton and Rachel Herring def. Mike Beers and Jamie Pettinato
Juan Jose Haedo and Veronica Martinez def. Jeremy Miller and Becky Quinn
Anton Quist and Pam Fernandes def. Hatton/Herring
Darren Harry and Leanne Manderson def. Haedo/Martinez
Consolation final
Hatton/Hering def. Hsaedo/Martinez
Championship final
Harry/Manderson def. Quist/Fernandes

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