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USA Cycling Elite, U23 & Junior National Championships - NE

California, USA, August 6-10, 2008

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Day 1 - August 6: Time trials, 35/20/10 km

U.S. TT champions crowned

By USA Cycling

Powers blasts women's TT apart

Alison Powers (Colavita-Sutter Home) fulfilled a goal set seven months ago on Wednesday when she won the national title in the elite women's time trial at the 2008 USA Cycling Junior, U23 and Elite Road National Championships in Orange County, California against a field of 33 women.

Powers did handily, completing the 33-kilometre course in 49 minutes, 18.90 seconds, besting second-placed Mara Abbott (Team Columbia) by 1 minute, 39 seconds. Chrissy Ruiter (ValueAct Capital) came in third at 51:05.50.

"Since I found out that nationals were at the same time as the Olympics, I have wanted to win this race," an elated Powers said referring to the absence of Olympians Kristin Armstrong, Amber Neben and Christine Thorburn - who stood on the top three spots of the national time trial podium last year. "Yes, the three best time trialists are in Beijing right now, but I have to take advantage of it if I can. So, since January, this has been my number one goal."

As one of five women who has spent the majority of the season racing with the Italian-based USA Cycling Women's National Team program throughout Europe, Powers explained that her European schedule precluded her from racing in a great number of time trials, and her first one was not until late May. Since July, though, the National Team has raced in one time trial each week as part of stage races in the Czech Republic, France, and Germany. It was at Germany's Thuringen Rhundfardt that Powers had her best time trial result, placing 10th.

"That was pretty good because I was pretty tired," she said. "So it was good to know that I was coming along."

Powers said the national championship course, which began in the city of Irvine, suited her strengths. "We drove it two days ago and I liked it right away," she said. "The longer the course is, the more it works in my favour. And we rode it yesterday and I liked it.

"The first seven kilometres was really hard and then there was a section that was really fast," she added. "You could find a really nice rhythm. And then, of course, the big hill after the turnaround. But I knew the last five to seven kilometres would be gradual uphill and you just had to wait, save a little bit in the tank, because that was really gonna hurt."

Abbott, last year's U23 national time trial champion who has also raced a full schedule in Europe this season with Team Columbia, commented on the course as well. "The climbing came so close to the beginning that the climb potentially could have been more decisive if the course had been reversed and the hill was at the end." she said. "Everyone's fresh going into that climb so it's not as much of an advantage [for me] as it would have been later in the course."

Ruiter, a member of the National Team with Powers this year, almost didn't even compete Wednesday, having just arrived from Europe at 10:00 p.m. Tuesday night. She said that she and her coach, Jim Miller, USA Cycling's Director of Endurance Programs, had decided that it wasn't really necessary to race the time trial since she'd arrived so late. She said that her time trial results in Europe have not been "anything special," so it wasn't a high priority.

"I got here this morning, and was like, I might as well give it a try," she said. "So it's pretty exciting. I didn't even see the course. The first time I was on the course was during the time trial."

She attributed her unexpected success to a combination of having the opportunity to race in Europe, having a week's rest prior to returning stateside, and the lack of pressure she put on herself given that she did not expect to race.

Stetina claims another jersey for Garmin-Chipotle

The under 23 men raced the same course as the elite women, with Peter Stetina (Garmin-Chipotle) taking out the national championship. Stetina's time was 44:27.70, a solid 1 minute, 27 seconds faster than second-placed Bobby Sweeting (TOSHIBA-Santo). Taylor Sheldon (Team Rio Grande) took third place with a time of 46:17.30.

Stetina said that, like Powers, he had been gunning for this race ever since the location was announced. "My uncle actually lives about five miles away, so whenever I want warm weather training, like in the winter, I come here," he explained. "I know all these roads, the town, and all the restaurants and all that. The only thing that could have been better was if it was in my hometown."

A strong climber, Stetina said he has been working hard all season on his time trialing skills in an effort to become a general classification contender. "I've been top 10 [in time trials] all year," he explained, referring to finishes at Leige-Baston-Leige for U23's, The Redlands Bicycle Classic and The Cascade Cycling Classic. "But I haven't been able to crack the top spot, so it's about time."

Stetina said he knew out on the course that he was riding the way he'd hoped. "I know the guy who got third today - Taylor [Sheldon] - he started 30 seconds ahead of me," he said. "He was really strong, always kicked my butt in time trials. He was a good rabbit to have and my goal was to catch him early, get him fast, and I knew I'd be having a good ride if I could do that.

"And then at the turn, I saw I had a lot of time on Nick Frey (Des Moines, Iowa/TIME Pro Cycling) who was the defending champ [and started 1 minute behind him], so I just put my head down to the finish," he added. "I felt really good."

In the elite men's time trial, second-year racer, Jonathan Chodroff (CRCA-Empire Cycling Team) took the gold with a time of 44:14.80 seconds on the 33-kilometre course. Mike Olheiser (/Memphis MotorWerks-Cervello) was second in 45:09.50 and Andy Jacques-Maynes (California Giant Berry Farms) turned in the third best time at 45:14.00.

A former collegiate rower, Chodroff was 15th last year in the U23 men's event where he raced without any time trial gear. This year, he came in with not only the right gear, but good results, such as his win at The Fitchburg-Longsjo Classic.

"I knew I always had the power and a big engine," he said. "It was just a matter of learning how to get in the right position to show that."

Up-and-coming juniors raise their hands

Adam Leibovitz (Mesa Cycles Racing Team) took the victory in the largest field of the day, the 102-rider deep junior men's 17-18 event. With a time of 27:11.30 on the 18-kilometre course, silver medalist Ian Boswell (CMG/Bike 'N Hike Giant/Russell) was just 7.10 seconds behind, and bronze medalist Andrew Barker (5280 Magazine) followed Boswell's time by a narrow 0.10 seconds.

For Leibovitz, pulling on the Stars-and-Stripes jersey was sweet redemption. A member of the junior national team, he had a disappointing ride at the world championships in South Africa just two weeks ago.

"Worlds was a bummer," he said. "My bike broke right at the start [of the time trial] and I crashed in the road race. This makes the entire year worth it now."

While elated with his result, Leibovitz was a bit surprised. "I've been sick for the past two weeks," he said. "I just went out there and did my thing the best I could, but I felt really slow."

As just the 18th rider out, he had to wait a long time to find his time would remain the best on the day.

Jerika Hutchinson (Team Tibco) successfully defended her junior women's 17-18 title, clocking a time of 31:43/40 on the 18-kilometre course. Danielle Haulman (5280 Magazine) took the silver medal at 32:17.13, and Cinthia Lehner (Hincapie-Barkley Development) was awarded bronze with a time of 33:56.0

Like Leibovitz, Hutchinson's win was also redemption for her performance at junior world's where she placed 12th after reaching the podium in with a third-place effort in 2007.

"It's been kind of an on-and-off season for time trialing for me," she said. "I had a couple of dry spells, and then junior world's didn't go the greatest for me. So when I came into this race, I just came in giving it everything I had left, to just prove I can still race. I worked really hard for this, so it's just nice to have hard work pay off."

The 2008 USA Cycling Junior, U23 and Elite Road National Championships continues on Thursday with the with the criterium competitions. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. P.D.T, the U23 women and men, as well as all categories of juniors will compete.


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Elite men
1 Jonathan Chodroff (CRCA / EMPIRE CYCLING TEAM)            44.15
2 Mike Olheiser (Memphis motor werks/Carve)                  0.54
3 Andy Jacques-Maynes (California Giant Berry Farms/)        0.59
4 Colby Pearce (Garmin/Chipotle)                             2.08
5 Mark Santurbane (California Giant Berry Farms/)            2.10
6 Ian Stanford (Grandstay Cycling)                           2.19
7 Kevin Rowe (Team                        2.20
8 James Mattis (California Giant Berry Farms/)               2.28
9 Adrian Hegyvary (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team)           2.31
10 Nathaniel English (ZteaM)                                 2.35
11 Matthew Johnson (CRCA/Empire Cycling Team)                2.53
12 Joshua Liberles (Colavita New Mexico)                     3.03
13 Karl Bordine (Team 5 Star Waste Vegetable)                3.07
14 Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant Berry Farms/)                 
15 Calvin Allan (Team                     3.12
16 Greg Christian (Turin/Barker+Nestor)                      3.14
17 Thurlow Rogers (Amgen Giant Masters)                      3.24
18 Dan Harm (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team)                 3.32
19 Paul Thomas (Southwest Hand)                              3.35
20 Ian Holt (US Armed Forces)                                3.40
21 John Hunt (California Giant Berry Farms/)                 3.43
22 Thomas Githens (Kahala La Grange)                         3.45
23 George Ganoung (US Armed Forces)                          4.01
24 Michael Telega (California Giant Berry Farms/)                
25 Matthew Seagrave (Kahala-LaGrange)                        4.31
26 Ryan Belew (CU cycling)                                   4.33
27 David Glick (OrganicAthlete's Team Vegan)                 4.34
28 Nick Clayville (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team)           4.51
29 Anthony Aker (Kahala-LaGrange)                            4.59
30 Michael Lanham (Marx and Bensdorf Tristar)                5.19
31 Lang Reynolds (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team)            5.20
32 Mark Shimahara (Team Clif Bar)                            5.22
33 Graham Garber (Met Life Pro-Am Cycling)                   5.25
34 Sean Coleman (US Armed Forces)                            5.31
35 Nick Turner (Acqua Al 2/SDBC)                             6.17
36 Robert Shaw (PAA)                                         6.24
37 Sam Johnson (Hagens Berman LLP Cycling Team)                  
38 Mark Weideman (Simply Fit/Action Sports)                  6.39
39 Doug Powell (AZphalt Cycling)                             6.42
40 Joshua Bartlett (Team Rubicon-ORBEA)                      6.44
41 Joey Galloway (Action Sports SSC)                             
42 Zach Garrett (US Armed Forces)                            7.28
43 Ronald Jensen (Team Waste Management)                     7.31
44 Steve Carpenter (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                   7.32
45 Eddie Morris (Amgen/Giant Masters Cycling)                7.33
46 Keith Miller (California Giant Berry Farms/)              7.41
47 Eben Benade (R5)                                          8.33
48 Joseph Wiley (Kahala-LaGrange)                            8.46
49 Martin Adamczyk (Lot/Polish Airlines)                     9.00
50 James Stevenson (Motor Tab Alliance)                      9.06
51 Patrick Caro (Schroeder Iron/Incycle)                    10.40
52 Craig Mannino (R5)                                       10.55
53 Butch Richardson (San Diego Cyclo-Vets)                  10.57
54 Benjamin Liu (Alliance Cycling Team)                     12.04
55 Jonathan Caldwell (Action Sports / SSC Cycling Te)       12.08
56 Stephen Scott (Beyond Bikes/CyclingScience.or)           13.54
57 Michael Nies (Snakebite Racing)                          15.01
DNS Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                                
DNS Adrian Gerrits (Kahala-LaGrange)                             
DNS Mike Garrett                                                 
DNS Matt Weyen (Team                          
DNS Luke Servedio (Team Krystal -SCV)                            
DNS Zak Grabowski (THF Racing)                                   
DNS Aaron Jones (Unattached)                                     
DNS Peter Cannell (Mock Orange Racing)                           
DNS Bryan Bitter (HDCC-Allegiant Arlines/Matt Sm)                
DNS Robert Mcconville (AeroCat/ Latino Cycling)                  
DNS Donny Carroll (Dewalt racing)                                
DNS Anthony Johnson (Liquid Fitness Elite Team)                  
DQ David Clinger (Van Dessel/Bike Warrior)                       
DNF Jarred Berger (Team Legacy Energy)                           
DNF William O'donnell (Westwood Velo - Trade Manage R)           
Elite women
1 Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooki)            49.19
2 Mara Abbott (Team Columbia)                                1.31
3 Christina Ruiter (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)           1.47
4 Meredith Miller (Aaron's Professional Women's C)           1.49
5 Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)                            1.50
6 Katharine Carroll (Aaron's Professional Women's C)             
7 Kristin Sanders (Aaron's Professional Women's C)           2.33
8 Ruth Clemence (Simple Green)                               2.47
9 Janel Holcomb (Webcor Builders)                            2.51
10 Kirsten Sass (Gran Fondo/Bianchi)                         3.12
11 Marisa Asplund-Owens (Cheerwine Cycling)                  3.15
12 Julie Cutts (Team Pro Cyclery)                            3.18
13 Carmen Mcnellis (Aaron's Professional Women's C)          3.29
14 Lauren Franges (TEAM TIBCO)                               3.36
15 Dotsie Buasch (Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooki)            3.49
16 Stacy Marple (Cheerwine Cycling)                          4.03
17 Emily Zell (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)                4.28
18 Amber Rais (TeAM TIBCO)                                   4.40
19 Suz Weldon (Wines of Washington)                          4.50
20 Molly Van Houweling (Metromint Cycling on Marin Bik)      5.00
21 Allison Beall (                         5.27
22 Lana Atchley (Team Rock)                                  5.30
23 Rebecca Larson (Aaron's Professional Women's C)           5.31
24 Jennifer Reither (SouthBay Wheelmen)                      5.49
25 Megan Hottman (DFT-QA3 Financial)                         5.50
26 Morgan Kapp (SouthBay Wheelmen)                               
27 Andrea Dvorak (Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooki)            6.19
28 Coleen Knutson (TEAM PRO CYCLERY)                         6.43
29 Megan Guarnier (PROMAN Racing)                            6.44
30 Kelli Jones (SouthBay Wheelmen)                           6.47
31 Moira Gandy (Team Velo Sport)                             6.48
32 Sharon Allpress (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)           8.05
33 Christen King (SouthBay Wheelmen)                         8.14
34 Kathleen Billington (Connecticut Coast Cycling)           9.01
DNS Sarah Bamberger (Cheerwine Cycling)                          
DNS Holly Borowski (US Armed Forces)                             
DNS Ashley Dymond (Team Rock)                                    
DNS Betsy Galenti (SC Velo)                                      
DNS Jenn Halladay (                            
DNS Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO)                                   
DNS Kelsey Withrow (PCIM)                                        
DNS Tina Pic (Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooki)                    
DNS Heather Sborz (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)                 
DNS Angela Axmann (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)                 
DNF Michelle Orem (Kahala La Grange)                             
DNF Laura Igoe (Tom's Pro Bike)                                  
DNF Martina Patella (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)              
DNF Melissa Mcwhirter (Colavita Arizona)                         
DNF Kristin Mcgrath (Colavita/Sutter Home p/b Cooki)             
DNF Alison Starnes (Dolce Vita Cycling)                          
DNF Katharine Lundby (Helen's/Trek)                              
Under 23 men
1 Peter Stetina (Garmin/Chipotle)                           44.28
2 Bobby Sweeting (TOSHIBA-Santo)                             1.26
3 Taylor Shelden (Team Rio Grande)                           1.49
4 Caleb Fairly (Garmin/Chipotle)                             2.15
5 Travis Burandt (CRCA/Sakonnet)                             2.18
6 Tyler Dibble (California Giant Berry Farms)                2.41
7 Nick Frey (TIME Pro Cycling)                               2.44
8 Benjamin King (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                   2.46
9 Chris Butler (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                       2.48
10 Kirk Carlsen (VMG/FELT)                                   2.58
11 Daniel Summerhill (VMG/FELT)                              3.06
12 John Meyers (ABD/GearGrinder)                             3.07
13 Phillip Gaimon (Fiordifrutta)                             3.28
14 Andrew Talansky (TOSHIBA-Santo)                               
15 Tom Peterson (Garmin-Chipotle)                            3.44
16 Walker Savidge (VMG/FELT)                                 3.45
17 Ben Bradshaw (Kahala-LaGrange)                            4.08
18 Andy Baker (TIME Pro Cycling)                             4.11
19 Julian Kyer (ProPeloton Racing)                           4.18
20 Carson Miller (Team Rubicon-ORBEA)                        4.36
21 Carter Jones (Colavita Racing)                            4.43
22 Daniel Holloway (VMG/FELT)                                4.45
23 Oscar Clark ( U23)                               4.53
24 Stevie Cullinan (Waste Management)                        5.02
25 Kiel Reijnen (Team Waste Management)                      5.27
26 Bradley Gehrig (Salt Lake Cycling)                        5.29
27 Ian Burnett (Fort Lewis College)                          5.35
28 Chris Parrish (Hagen Berman LLP)                          5.45
29 Kolt Bates (Mercy Cycling Elite Team)                     5.48
30 Jonathan Tower (Performance Driven)                       6.00
31 Cody O'reilly (Successful Living)                         6.08
32 Corey Ray (Metro Volkswagen)                              6.15
33 Brad Bingham (Team Rio Grande)                                
34 Alister Ratcliff (Fiordifrutta)                           6.19
35 Evan Bowman (Team Waste Management)                       6.25
36 Joey Rosskopf ( U23)                             6.31
37 Peter Carey (Metro Volkswagen)                            6.51
38 Cheyne Hoag (CRCA/Sakonnet)                               6.57
39 Dustin Eskelson (Canyon Bicycles Elite Team)              7.00
40 David Talbott (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                     7.03
41 Alexander Yeh (UCLA)                                      7.11
42 Jake Macarthur (Hagen Berman LLP)                         7.20
43 Scott Dolmat-Connell (Met Life p/b             7.29
44 Joshua Lipka (Fiordifrutta)                               7.34
45 Wade Wolfenbarger (Unattached)                            7.51
46 Gregg Brandt (Bianchi/Grand Performance)                  8.00
47 David Preston (Broadway Bikes)                            8.01
48 Josh Yeaton (Kaladi-Subway)                               8.02
49 John Wolzmuth (Liquid Cycling)                            8.10
50 Jacob Jolly (Swami's)                                     8.59
51 Jorge Rodriguez-Castillo (Acqua Al 2 / San Diego Bike)    9.01
52 Connor Spencer (Freewheel Bike Shop)                      9.20
53 Albert Gonzalez (Unattached)                              9.42
54 Eric Losak (VRC-MS Society)                              10.31
55 Brock Curry (Rock Racing)                                     
56 Amos Meyers (Team Randy's Bikes)                              
57 Austin Carroll (Rock Racing)                                  
58 Shawn Rosenthal (ZteaM)                                       
DNS Spencer Beamer (DLP Racing)                                  
DNS Winston David (TOSHIBA-Santo)                                
DNS Chris Keane (Preferred Alliance)                             
DNS Nick Keough (CRCA/Sakonnet)                                  
DNS Dylan O'sullivan (CRCA/Sakonnet)                             
DNS Eric Riggs (NorCal Elite Cycling)                            
DNS Justin Williams (Rock Racing)                                
DNS Ross Berger (Unattached)                                     
DNS Aaron Schneider (Team VRC/NOW-MS Society)                    
DQ Ryan Baumann (CRCA/Sakonnet)                                  
DNF Eric Bennett (Successful Living)                             
DNF Guy East (CRCA/Sakonnet)                                     
DNF Alex Jarman (Swamis-FPPI DET)                                
DNF Noah Singer (Kahala-LaGrange)                                
DNF Adam Switters (Rock Racing)                                  
DNF Ryan La Pier (Racelab U23/ Team WM)                          
Under 23 women
1 Rebecca Much (Webcor Builders)                            53.07
2 Shannon Koch (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team)               2.04
3 Amy Dombroski (Webcor Builders)                            2.36
4 Ashley Anderson (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team)            2.39
5 Beatriz Rodriguez                                          3.21
6 Whitney Schultz (TxTough/Team Hotel San Jose)              5.04
7 Casey Gale (City of Forest Acres Cycling T)                6.05
8 Lauren Hecht (Webcor Alto Velo)                            6.28
9 Kristin Jo Markham                                         7.12
10 Kimberly Fong (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized)               7.22
11 Jacquelyn Crowell (University of Florida Cycling)         9.51
Junior men 17-18
1 Adam Leibovitz (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                  27.12
2 Ian Boswell (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell)               0.07
3 Andrew Barker (5280 Magazine)                                  
4 Nathan Brown (Hot Tubes Development)                       0.21
5 Nick Bax (Hot Tubes Development)                           0.23
6 Charlie Avis (Team Specialized Racing)                     0.53
7 Jacob Rathe (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell)               1.00
8 Joseph Schmalz (HRRC Trek Stores)                          1.16
9 Marcel Delisser (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell)           1.38
10 Nikolai Masluk (Northeastern Hardware/CJCT)               1.46
11 Austin Allison (THF Racing)                               1.47
12 Stephen Koelbl (G.S.C. Blagnac)                           1.58
13 Austin Arguello (CMG/Bike n' Hike Giant/Russell)          2.04
14 Marshall Opel (Hammer Nutrition/Montana Junio)            2.09
15 Gavin Mannion (Hot Tubes Development)                     2.16
16 Michael Stone (Fulton Flyers Devo)                        2.35
17 Aj Meyer (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                          2.36
18 Matt Pence (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                      2.38
19 Scotty Tickemyer (SC Velo)                                    
20 Ricky Gargiulo (Colavita Racing)                          2.41
21 Connor Sallee (CRCA JrDev/Orbea)                              
22 Collier Kempton (Team Einstein Cycling)                   2.44
23 Alexander Quinones (Nob Hill Velo)                        2.47
24 Maxwell Durtschi (Sun Summit Cycling Club)                    
25 Ethan Weiss (Team Swift)                                  2.51
26 Jordan Campbell (Hagens Berman LLC)                       2.54
27 Michael Niemi (Cycle Science)                                 
28 Kal Farmer (Team Power Train)                             2.55
29 Steven Reid (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized)                 2.57
30 Matthew Miyamoto (Front Rangers Cycling Club)                 
31 Levi Baker (Tyson Racing)                                 3.02
32 Weston Luzadder (Nova Cycle Sport Inc.)                   3.06
33 Kevin Gottlieb (Squadra Coppi)                            3.09
34 Marcos Rodriguez (Laser ES)                               3.13
35 Adrian Balsara (Tyson Racing)                             3.16
36 Colton Hlavinka (BYRDS-EAGLES)                            3.17
37 Graham Coy (Tri-State Velo)                                   
38 Graham Aldredge (GP VeloTek)                              3.20
39 Carlos Leyva (Acqua al 2/SDBC)                            3.21
40 Alex Edwards (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                    3.24
41 David Lelong (ITB-Pacific Velo)                           3.29
42 Tucker Gerald (Cain's Racing)                                 
43 Anthony Olson (Nature Valley)                             3.30
44 Andres Cano (Team Laser-ES)                               3.32
45 Nathan Wilson (NCVC/Inova Health System)                  3.33
46 Chris Stastny (Davis Bike Club)                           3.37
47 Tyler Karnes (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                      3.38
48 Ryan Zupko (Swiss American Racing Team)                   3.39
49 Will Mcginnis (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo)                 3.44
50 Brandon Lach (Pro Chain Cycling)                          3.46
51 Dylan Jones (BYRDS/Eagles)                                3.48
52 Tyler Brandt (Team Swift)                                 3.52
53 Scott Rosenfield (Nova Cycle Sports Foundation)           3.58
54 Ian Moir (Team Rock)                                      4.00
55 Bryan Larsen (Rio Strada)                                 4.09
56 Tyler Wall (Ski Utah Cycling Team)                        4.13
57 James Carrico (Unattached)                                4.21
58 Zack Stein (IS Corp/Nova Cycling Sports)                  4.25
59 Evan Cooper (CRCA Jr.Dev.)                                4.27
60 Jacob Byrd (Benissimo)                                    4.30
61 Nicholas Abal (Tieni Duro)                                4.35
62 Chase Watkins (BYRDS)                                         
63 Cory St. Clair (Pro Chain Cycling)                        4.39
64 Brandon Trafton (Central Valley Cycling)                  4.40
65 Connor O'leary (Velosport Racing)                         4.42
66 Stephen Liguori (Team Tyson)                                  
67 Morgan Ryan (Major Motion Development)                    4.44
68 Eddie Solorzano (Preffered Alliance)                          
69 Sam Stone (Baraboo Sharks)                                4.50
70 Andrew Florian (Priority Health Juniors/U23)              4.57
71 Zack Geyer (Baraboo Sharks)                               5.10
72 Kit Recca (Front Rangers Cycling Club)                    5.11
73 Trace Althans (October Lake Effect)                       5.13
74 Alan Ting (Northwest Cycling)                             5.20
75 Nat Weston (Montana Junior Cycling)                       5.22
76 Kevin Young (Bicycle Place Velo Club)                     5.36
77 Kyle Cochran (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo)                  5.44
78 John Loucks (Pro Chain Cycling)                           5.58
79 Mitch Gantz (baraboo Sharks)                              6.01
80 Austin Stewart (GS Tenzing)                               6.06
81 Brandon Mart (Team Ride For A Reason)                     6.07
82 Ryan Bibko (First Rate Mortgage)                          6.12
83 Zane Dordai (Colavita Racing)                             6.14
84 Cody Wignall (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah)                  6.18
85 Greg Lowhorn (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                    6.23
86 Samuel Murdock (Pro Chain Cycling)                        6.31
87 Andre Vandenberg (Velosports Racing)                          
88 Ryan Storm (TARGETRAINING)                                6.32
89 Brandon Howard (Central Valley Cycling)                   6.39
90 Edan Levaton (Team Specialized Racing)                    6.43
91 Aaron Lindflott (Summit Velo)                             6.56
92 Joshua Soboti (Team Metra/Wendys)                         7.01
93 Nicholas Savadelis (Fulton Flyers Devo)                   7.03
94 Taylor Benz (Sun Summit Cycling Club)                     7.15
95 Josh Courtney (Southern California Velo)                  7.20
96 Alexander Quintero (Aqua al 2/SDBC)                       7.31
97 Dylan Degan (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo Team)              7.40
98 Austin Mclenithan (FARM TEAM CYCLING)                     8.16
99 Elliott Craddock (Seigler Sports)                         8.18
100 Nathanael Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing)             8.39
101 Mark Atkins (Team Waste Management)                      9.13
102 Cesar Acosta (Major Motion)                             11.42
DNS Christopher Hurst (Baraboo Sharks)                           
DNS Luke Keough (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast)                    
DNS Emerson Oronte (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast)                 
DNS Alex Wick (Davis Bike Club)                                  
DNS Taylor Kuphaldt (Davis Bike Club)                            
DNS Jose Blanco (LA GRANGE)                                      
DNS Parker Thompson (Metro Volkswagen Cycling Team)              
DNS Steven Black (National Capital Velo Club)                    
DNS William York (One Call Now)                                  
DNS Lawrence Warbasse (Priority Health Cycling)                  
DNS Steve Fisher (Rad Racing NW)                                 
DNS Ian Terry (Rad Racing/Hagens Berman)                         
DNS Alfredo Cruz (Team Rock)                                     
DNS Danny Finneran (Team Rock)                                   
DNS Iggy Silva (Team Rock)                                       
DNS Lucas Goren (Encino Velo)                                    
DQ Matt Green (Pro Chain Cycling)                                
DQ Derek Titus (Team Cucina Fresca)                              
DQ Alex Hetherington (Tyson Racing)                              
DNF Erik Meier (Baraboo Sharks)                                  
DNF Ty Magner (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                            
Junior women 17 - 18
1 Jerika Hutchinson (Team TIBCO)                            31.43
2 Danielle Haulman (5280 Magazine)                           0.34
3 Cinthia Lehner (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                     1.53
4 Jacqueline Kurth (Team Kenda Tire)                         2.01
5 Sinead Miller (UPMC Cycling Performance)                   2.02
6 Jessie Yeaton (Kaladi-Subway)                              2.03
7 Antonia Musto (Priority Health U23)                        2.21
8 Anna Young (Americas Dairyland)                            2.22
9 Mikayla Lyman (BYRDS)                                      3.49
10 Colleen Gulick (Colavita Racing)                          4.10
11 Bridgette Mclean (Hincapie/Coca-Cola p/b Barkley)         4.12
12 Elspeth Huyett (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)           4.19
13 Missy Erickson (Bike And Fitness CO/Subway)               4.50
14 Michelle Morris (One Call Now)                            6.30
15 Hannah Summers (Kaladi-Subway)                            7.07
16 Nina Santiago (High Gear/Watchung Wheelmen)               7.30
17 Angela Bosco (SC Velo)                                    7.42
18 Leah Oppenheimer (Colavita Racing)                       10.07
19 Beth Hammon (Alqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle)             17.22
DNS Meghan Lapeta (Smart Cycling)                                
DNF Silvia Fernandez (Newbond Cycling Team)                      
Junior men 15 - 16
1 Lawson Craddock (Northwest Cycling Club)                  27.04
2 Anders Newbury (Hot Tubes Cycling)                         0.38
3 Chris Wallace (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                    0.54
4 Robin Eckmann (5280)                                       1.01
5 Ryan Eastman (Team Swift)                                  1.15
6 Graham Dewart (Mesa Cycles)                                1.34
7 Daniel Tisdell (Team Specialized Racing)                   1.42
8 Ben Gabardi (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                        1.46
9 Mathew Lipscomb (Fulton Flyers Devo)                       1.51
10 David Kessler (Mojo Wheels)                               2.00
11 Zack Noonan (Young Medalists/Team Dual)                   2.13
12 Thomas Jondall (Ride Clean)                               2.23
13 Matthew Spinks (Team Metra/Wendy's p/b Victor)            2.24
14 Andreas Freund (Davis Bike Club)                          2.30
15 Matt Muney (Connecticut Coast Cycling)                        
16 Paul Lynch (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast)                  2.31
17 Jacob Arnold (Black Sheep Cartel)                         2.34
18 Michael Pincus (Pearland Cycles Racing)                   2.36
19 Taylor Birmann (Priority Health)                          2.37
20 Juan Carmona (Young Medalists/Team Dual)                  2.38
21 Neal Forbes (Pro Chain Cycling)                           2.39
22 Davis Bentley (Team Specialized Racing)                   2.44
23 Yannick Eckmann (5280)                                    2.52
24 Alex Battles-Wood (Team Power Train)                      2.53
25 Steven Rusnak (CYCLE SCIENCE)                             2.56
26 Nathan Williams (Paul                          3.07
27 Kevin Mcguire (ACT)                                           
28 Jonathan Acosta (Major Motion)                            3.08
29 Tanner Putt (Cole Sport)                                  3.11
30 Tony Wieczorek (Mesa Cycles Racing Team)                  3.17
31 Neal Shepherd (Orlando Road Club)                         3.25
32 Kristo Jorgenson (BYRDS)                                      
33 Peter Taylor (Tieni Duro)                                 3.30
34 Willy Zellmer (Hammer Nutrition/mjcf)                     3.47
35 Aubrey Moore (TriStar Cycling Team)                       3.48
36 Tyler Rodgers (Unattached)                                3.52
37 Benjamin Salibra (Syracuse Bicycle/         3.58
38 Joel Shaffer (Team Specialized Racing Junior)                 
39 Adam Hodes (Tieni Duro)                                   4.03
40 Gabe Watson-Norris (RadRacing NW/Hagans Berman)           4.12
41 John Tomlinson (XXX Racing Athletico)                     4.15
42 Zachary Wick (Davis Bike Club)                                
43 Jonathan Merritt (BYRDS)                                  4.17
44 Eduardo Meza (Coates/Freedom 2Doit/felt)                  4.20
45 Royce Strange (GS Tenzing)                                4.33
46 Eddie Grystar (RC-13)                                     4.34
47 Danny Hiller (5280 Magazine)                              4.51
48 Daniel Farinha (SJBC/SugarCRM)                            5.00
49 Angelo Roman (BYRDS/Eagles)                               5.17
50 Amir Merali (Preffered Alliance Cycling Tea)              5.18
51 Evan Wynn (Hincapie-Barkley Devo)                         5.19
52 Zachary Semian (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)               
53 Spencer Oswald (Baraboo Sharks)                           5.20
54 Scott Mcmahan                                             5.32
55 Joshua Walters (Acquaal2/SDBC)                            5.47
56 Derek Courtney (Southern California Velo)                 5.50
57 Colby Benz (Sun Summit Cycling Club)                      5.52
58 Brandon Droese (Time Factory Team)                            
59 Ben Barthel (Echelon Santa Barbara)                       5.57
60 Alan Wells (Endorphins)                                       
61 James Laberge (Team Specialized Racing)                   6.13
62 Andrew Lanier Jr. (Team Specialized Racing Junior)        6.15
63 Michael Toth (Echelon Santa Barbara)                      6.17
64 Jesse Keough (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast po)             6.20
65 Kyle O'brien (Virginia Beach Wheelmen)                    6.44
66 Alexander Kusztyk (Southern California Velo)                  
67 Cory Williams (Major Motion)                              7.11
68 Kosta Psaltis (RadRacing NW/Hagans Berman)                7.17
69 Michael James (Baraboo Sharks)                            7.20
70 Jeff Alpert (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)              7.22
71 Curtis Howard (central valley cycling)                    7.30
72 Zachary Page (BYRDS)                                      7.36
73 Sam Geyer (Baraboo Sharks)                                7.46
74 Joshua Wade (OZ Racing Team)                              8.05
75 Joseph Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing)                 8.15
76 Andrew Mcintire (SJBC/SugarCRM)                           8.34
77 Geovany Morales (Major Motion)                            9.09
78 Scott Stern (VELOSPORT)                                  10.55
79 Thomson Remo (Baraboo Sharks)                            12.37
80 Jesse Marans (Momentum Cycling)                          13.36
81 Wesley Overmyer (Saguaro Velo)                           16.37
DNS Brentley Campbell (Team Swift)                               
DNS Tucker Weiss (Major Motion)                                  
DNS Gabe Murray (Blacksheep)                                     
DNS Lachlan Morton (RAK)                                         
DQ Cesar Simmons (Major Motion)                                  
DNF James Bird (IS Corp/ Nova)                                   
Junior women 15 - 16
1 Coryn Rivera (Kahala LaGrange)                            31.50
2 Kaitlin Antonneau (Nova/IsCorp)                            0.17
3 Jessica Prinner (Athletes By Design)                       1.08
4 Kendall Ryan (Major Motion Development)                    2.14
5 Hannah Hayduk (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)             4.52
6 Somersby Jenkins                                           5.05
7 Ashlyn Gerber (Team Swift)                                 5.10
8 Catherine Probst (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)          5.30
9 Shannon Jones (Summit Vello)                               6.39
10 Mckinsey Loan (Kaladi Subway)                             6.54
11 Antonina Esposto (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)         7.14
12 Dano Barrett (MNJRC)                                      7.33
13 Paulina Lopez (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise)            8.19
14 Amanda Duarte (Acqua Al 2 / San Diego Bicycle)            8.27
Junior men 13 - 14
1 John Funk (GP Velotek)                                    21.14
2 Alexander Freund (Davis Bike Club)                             
3 Kyle Torres (Sho-Air/Sonance)                              0.01
4 Michael Dessau (Team 5280/Slipstream)                      0.02
5 Alexey Vermeulen (AAVC)                                    0.05
6 Andy Su (Hutch's Bend)                                     0.17
7 Dean Haas (5280 Magazine)                                  0.22
8 Thomas Wrona (Raleigh AllStars Cycling Team)               0.27
9 Jonathon Schilling (Mesa)                                  0.28
10 Scott Mcclary (Morris Trucking Velo)                          
11 Nicholas Tarrant (SC VELO)                                0.32
12 Darrell Kohli Jr. (U.P. Ophthalmology)                    0.39
13 Taylor Eisenhart (FFKR/SBO P/B Tour of Utah)              0.53
14 Lucas Wardein (Orlando Road Club)                         1.07
15 Dag Anderson (Team Somerset)                              1.18
16 Zach Bender (GS Park Ridge•Team Cyclespor)              1.19
17 Hunter Stewart (GS Tenzing)                               1.21
18 Noah Williams (GS Tenzing)                                1.32
19 Josef Nygaard (Team Swift)                                1.33
20 Marcus Smith (Team Specialized JR)                        1.38
21 Rudy Peterson (Kalamazoo Bike Club)                       1.50
22 Andrew Macrae (Frazier Cycling)                               
23 Jackson Long (Sun Summit Cycling Team)                    1.53
24 Erik Volotzky (Major Motion)                              2.00
25 Michael Shein (Sho-Air/Sonance)                           2.01
26 Grahmm Smith (Team Power Train)                           2.05
27 Pedro Zaragoza (Major Motion)                             2.18
28 Sean Cochran (Fulton Flyers Junior Devo)                  2.24
29 Chris Laberge (Team Specialized Racing)                   2.46
30 Gunnar Madden (U.P. Ophthalmology)                            
31 Casey Williams (Bear Valley Bikes)                        3.05
32 Kaleb Koch (Smart cycling)                                3.06
33 Joe Haulman (5280 Magazine)                               3.35
34 Joel Kramer (Montana Junior Cycling Foundat)              3.53
35 Avery Wilson (NCVC/Inova Health System)                   4.05
36 Imari Miller (GS Tenzing)                                 4.11
37 Christian Teather (Colavita Racing)                       4.26
38 Matthew D'antonio (United Cycling Club)                   4.40
39 Jeremy Neilson (Bike Barn Racing Team)                    5.24
40 Jay Major (JAR)                                           5.35
41 Jordan Hirschmann (Sho-Air/Sonance)                       6.17
42 Bryan Galvan (Sho-air/Sonance)                            7.48
43 Chase Carpenter (Sho-air/Sonance)                         8.05
44 Stefan Fuller (Rocket Sports Racing)                     13.13
45 Scott Overmyer (Saguaro Velo)                            14.39
DNS Ryan West Deluca (Acqua al 2/SDBC)                           
DNS Jordan Cullen (Loon State Cyclists)                          
DNS Kristopher Maile (Nu Vision Cyclery)                         
DNF Drew Bercaw (One Call Now)                                   
DNF Tyler Hanson (Tieni Duro)                                    
Junior women 13 - 14 
1 Zoe Frazier (Frazier Cycling)                             23.25
2 Grace Alexander (BYRDS)                                        
3 Karla Lopez (Colavita NM p/b JNF Enterprise)               1.11
4 Sarah Huang (Kenosha Velosport)                            1.32
5 Alexis Ryan (Major Motion Development)                     1.42
6 Dominique Van Den Dries (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized)      1.51
7 Kaitlyn Lawrence (VORTEX)                                  2.05
8 Jacqueline Denny (GP Velotek)                              2.33
9 Brianna Lindflott (Summit Velo)                            3.39
10 Morgan Almazan (BlackSheep)                               3.43
11 Michelle Blake (Colavita Central Florida)                 3.52
12 Sara Youmans (Sun Summit)                                 4.26
13 Hannah Mossman (One Call Now)                             4.32
14 Tara Mccormick (Ouch Pro Cycling)                         4.35
15 Colleen Cross (ShoAir/Sonance)                            5.30
16 Avivah Hotimsky (Two Rivers Cycling Club)                 6.54
17 Bailey Semian (Young Medalists/Team Dual Temp)            7.15
18 Ashley St. Pierre (BYRDS)                                 7.26
19 Maritza Meza (Coates/Freedom 2Doit/felt)                  7.53
20 Natalie Acosta (Major Motion)                             8.19
21 Savannah Blake (BYRDS)                                    9.16
22 Abigail Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing)                9.21
23 Ariana Cruz (Colavita Racing)                            17.03
Junior men 10 - 12
1 Philip O'donnell (Frazier Cycling)                        23.38
2 Noah Granigan (Team Somerset)                              0.21
3 Dylan Drummond (Tieni Duro)                                0.50
4 Stanley Goto (Team Swift)                                  1.15
5 Tyler Spence (Sun Summit)                                  1.27
6 Kenny Polley (Landis/Trek)                                 1.35
7 Matthew Valencia (Easton/SugarCRM/Specialized)             1.43
8 Zachary Edwards (Summit Velo)                              1.52
9 Efren Flores (G.S. Adams)                                  2.00
10 Grant Mcelroy (Beaverton Bicycle Club)                        
11 Anselm Teather (Colavita Racing)                          2.03
12 Erick Madis (Pista Elite)                                 2.10
13 Cameron Williams (Bear Valley Bikes)                      2.13
14 Ian Mcshane (Red Zone Cycling)                            2.19
15 Jonathan Brown (TriStar Cycling)                          2.24
16 Quinten Kirby (IC3)                                       3.11
17 Austin Vincent (CLNoonan/KAM/Coast to Coast)              3.14
18 Teddy Kozlowski (Vortex Cycling)                          3.29
19 Jonathan Christensen (Rocket Sports Racing)               3.30
20 Will Barta (BYRDS)                                        3.36
21 Luke Broadwell (Camp Highland)                            3.44
22 Samuel Rosenberg (Unattached)                             3.49
23 Eduardo Lopez (Major Motion)                              4.00
24 Daniel Willett (SDBC)                                     4.12
25 Karch Miller (Davis Bike Club)                            4.15
26 James Todd (Frazier Cycling)                              4.18
27 Michael Hocking (BYRDS)                                   4.19
28 Liam Earl (BYRDS)                                         4.29
29 Everett Jones (Baraboo Sharks)                            4.33
30 Ryan Messersmith (Rocket Sports Racing)                   4.34
31 Evan Williams (Bear Valley Bikes)                         4.52
32 Francisco Dominguez (Major Motion)                        5.11
33 Stephen Ridley (Unattached)                               5.50
34 Cormac Dunn (Slipstream Chipotle/5280)                    6.00
35 Duncan Reid (Peninsula Cycle Club)                        7.00
36 Enzo Flores (G.S. Adams)                                      
37 Nathan Rico (Sho Air/Sonance)                             7.30
38 Robert Terra (Rocket Sports Racing)                       7.37
39 Angel Lopez (Major Motion)                                8.54
40 Nathan Goldberg (GP Velotek)                             12.43
41 Justin Cruz (Colavita Racing)                            13.59
DNS Alexander Marzot (NEBC/Cycle Loft/Devonshire)                
DQ Liam Dunn (Slipstream Chipotle/5280)                          
Junior women 10 - 12
1 Laurel Rathbun (Team 5280 Magazine)                       25.11
2 Katrina Howard (Central Valley Cycling)                    0.11
3 Dominique Shore (Frazier Cycling)                          1.58
4 Amelia Tanner (Team Sho Air)                               3.24
5 Rachel Cross (ShoAir/Sonance)                              5.39
6 Banuelos Marielena (Newbond)                               6.38
7 Emma Su (Cascade Foot Clinic)                              7.58
8 Lucia Carreno (Major Motion)                               9.23
DNF Mina Anderberg (Flatiron Flyers)                             
DNF Sophia Fuller (Rocket Sports Racing)