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SRAM Tour of the Gila - NE

USA, April 29-May 3, 2009

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Stage 2 - April 30: Inner Loop Road Race, 128/125km

Haedo captures bunch sprint

Leipheimer safe in overall lead

By Kirsten Robbins in Silver City, New Mexico

Sebastian Haedo (Colavita-Sutter Home) claimed victory
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Sebastian Haedo (Colavita-Sutter Home) defeated the peloton and more than 5,000 feet of climbing in stage two of the Tour of the Gila. The Argentinean sprinter convincingly won the reduced-bunch sprint ahead of Alex Howes (Garmin-Holowekso Partners-Felt) and Rory Sutherland (OUCH pb Maxxis).

"My teammates took me to Sutherland's wheel but I saw that there was a really strong head wind so I was patient and waited to start my sprint," said Haedo. "Luis was very strong in the break away but he started cramping in the end. We were hoping to move him up further in the overall."

Race leader Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny's) arrived to the finish line safely after a day marred with crashes. The Santa Rosa, California native maintained a 49-second time margin ahead of second placed Peter Stetina (Garmin-Holowesko Partners-Felt) and one minute ahead of third placed Chris Baldwin (Rock Racing).

"We are just going to keep doing what we can and trying out best," said Levi regarding his teammate Lance Armstrong and Chris Horner all-day efforts over mountains and through strong winds to bring back the lengthy breakaway. "The stages are short so I think it is a perfect way to taper the volume but keep some intensity."

A four-rider, mid-race breakaway missed succeeding to the finish line by one kilometre. The group included Sean Milne (Team Type 1), Floyd Landis (OUCH pb Maxxis), Caleb Fairley (Garmin-Holowesko Partners-Felt) and Luis Amaran (Colavita-Sutter Home) and gained a maximum of four minutes.

Amaran fell off the pace on the crest of the final climb with 16 kilometres to the finish. Milne made several bids at a solo victory, noting that Landis had proven to be the strongest rider in the break taking long pulls over the hills in his big ring. Fairley looked back and saw the peloton approaching fast and sat up while Milne made one last dig for glory but the peloton was motivated to see a field sprint and the pair was caught.

Sutherland's OUCH p/b Maxxis teammates drove the front of the peloton into the long-awaited right hand turn into the Fort Bayard start-finish area. With one kilometre to go the squad looked to have control of the final sprint and Sutherland made the first move with 300 metres to go. Haedo sensed that the strong head wind may play a part in the finale and waited patiently for his winning move with 100 metres to go.

"I passed about four guys in the last sprint, the headwind was so strong," said Howes, who hopes his U23 squad will capture a stage win after two strong second place finishes. "Haedo is a talented rider. He's the kind of guy that doesn't need too much either; maybe just one Hail Marry to get him up to the front and go for it. We are kind of banging our heads against the wall because we are right there and we just can't seem to pull it off."

Descending Pinos Altos

Another gorgeous day greeted the men's 175-rider peloton in Silver City, New Mexico. The stage two starting ascent out of Fort Bayard was just a taste of the climbing that was incorporated into the 128km road race. Strong winds gave the breakaway riders an additional opponent to fight against.

Kevin La Combe (Planet Energy) scooped up the first of two intermediate sprints to take the lead of the Tour of the Gila points jersey. La Combe and his two breakaway companions - Ben King (Trek-Livestrong) and Roman Van Ulden (Land Rover-Orbea) - broke away in the first few kilometres of the race and were later joined by Jeremy Vennell (Bissell) and Ian MacGregor (Team Type 1). Their quest to form the winning break came to an end on the long descent out of Pinos Altos.

The decisive move of the day was forced in an attempt to stay out of trouble on Gila National Forest's 'monstrous' descent. Sean Milne (Team Type 1) decided to stay out of harm's way and followed an attack from Caleb Fairley (Garmin-Holowekso Partners-Felt). Floyd Landis (OUCH pb Maxxis) and Luis Amaran (Colavita-Sutter Home) joined the break at the bottom of the descent and the four organised themselves quickly to form a two-minute lead.

A chase group of three - Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell), Michael Grabinger (Fly V Australia) and Bradley White (OUCH) - dangled between the lead group and the peloton for more 65 kilometres.

The gap from the leaders to the peloton grew to a dangerous four minutes, making Amaran the virtual leader on the road. But according to Leipheimer, his team did not receive enough radio information to know what the exact time differences were. Nonetheless, his Mellow Johnny's teammates Armstrong and Horner put forth a commanding effort to reduce the margin down to a mere 20 seconds heading into town.

"We got help from Kelly Benefit Strategies and from Bissell and Team B today," Leipheimer said. "Kelly Benefits was pretty professional today. They came up to help close the gap. In the end someone else won but I recognised their effort."

Tour of the Gila continues with the 25-kilometre Tyrone Time Trial. "Its going to hurt because we are at altitude and it is so windy," said Leipheimer. "But I think any time trial is good preparation for the bigger ones because you have to stay in practice of it. The warm up, concentration and the sensations of pushing yourself hard - You need to stay on top of that."

Grain takes Fort Bayard victory

Gina Grain (Webcor) took her victory
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Canada's Gina Grain (Webcor-Builders) was too quick for the other six riders in her group as she sprinted the stage two victory at the Tour of the Gila. Grain used her track sprinting experience to outpace second placed Catherine Cheatley (Colavita-Sutter Home) while race leader Kristin Armstrong (Cervelo Test Team) took third place.

"I'm feeling really good and climbing really well," said Grain, who cleared stage's two significant climbs without difficulty. "I jumped at 200 metres to go and when I looked back no one was really that close. But, it was such a hard day with the climbing and the cross-head winds."

Armstrong extended her overall classification lead to 40 second over Katheryn Mattis (Webcor-Builders), while Cheatley is a further 10 seconds adrift.

A 15-strong group split from the peloton over a steep ascent after Pinos Altos in the Gila National Forest. Armstrong initiated the move followed by Mattis and Alexis Rhodes (Webcor-Builders), Catherine Cheatley, Tiffany Cromwell and Andrea Dvorak (Colavita-Sutter Home), Leah Goldstein, Robin Farina and Chrissy Ruiter (Value Act Capital), Alison Powers (Team Type 1), Anne Samplonius and Hilary Billington (Lip Smackers).

Notably missing from the front group of climbers was Alisha Welsh (PCIM), who dropped back to fourth place on general classification after her impressive podium finish on her 26th birthday a day earlier. Colavita-Sutter Home and Value Act Capital both had riders inside the top 10, so took advantage of their strong position in the break and worked to hold a one minute margin.

"It was good for us because it would have moved me into third and we had our three best GC riders all up there," Cheatley said. "But, it worked out well for Webcor because in the end they got a stage win."

Tactics played a key role in the chase, as Value Act Capital- and Colavita-Sutter Home's remaining riders were not obliged to help. Webcor Builders was not content with the move and forced the chase from behind.

"It didn't do us any good to have that smaller group up the road with Kristin," said Webcor-Builder's directeur sportif Karen Brems. "We had Katheryn and Alexis sit on because we wanted to have more girls to work against Kristin. We also had our sprinter Gina back in the chase group."

The two groups came back together 67 kilometres into the women's 125 kilometre road race, but not before Nicole Evans (Value Act Capital) had time to escapee. She gained a healthy 2:30 minutes before the base of the final climb, making her the race's virtual leader at the time.

Evans fought against strong cross-head winds to get over the 16 kilometre open highway climb ahead of the others. A long 20 kilometre descent greeted her on the way into town, but her solo strength was no match for a combination effort from Webcor Builders, Colavita-Sutter Home and Armstrong.

Evans was caught with one kilometre to go, as the two powerful teams organised themselves for a sprint. Armstrong took the reins of the bike race in order to stay out of harms way and not penalised for any time gaps coming into the finish.

"My team-mates were kind of blown but they were all up there ready," Grain said. "I was on Kristin's wheel and she took it all the way inside the 500 metres to go. I jumped off her wheel at 200 metres."


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Pro men
1 Lucas Haedo (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                 3.12.19
2 Alex Howes (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                          
3 Rory Sutherland (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                   
4 Philip Zajicek (Fly V Australia-Successful)                   
5 Mike Northey (Land Rover-ORBEA)                               
6 Keven Lacombe (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                             
7 Alex Candelario (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                    
8 Taylor Phinney (Trek Livestrong)                              
9 Sheldon Deeny (Bissell Pro Cycling)                           
10 Fabio Calabria (Team Type 1)                                 
11 Ian MacGregor (Team Type 1)                                  
12 Chad Beyer (Team B)                                          
13 Christopher Baldwin (BOULDER)                                
14 Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny's)                            
15 Tyler Wren (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                        
16 Darren Lill (Team Type 1)                                    
17 Guy East (Trek Livestrong)                                   
18 Julian Kyer (Trek Livestrong)                                
19 Allen Krughoff (Team Rio Grande)                             
20 Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                     
21 Florian Stalder (Team B)                                     
22 Alister Ratcliff ( / Cannondale)                  
23 Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)                     
24 Stefan Rothe (                        
25 Sam Johnson (hagens berman)                                  
26 Scott Nydam (Team B)                                         
27 Lance Armstrong (Mellow Johnny's)                            
28 Ian Holt (RMCEF/Westside Cycling)                            
29 Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling)                             
30 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                   
31 Ben King (Fly V Australia-Successful)                        
32 Justin England (California Giant-Specialized)                
33 Nick Fey (Ciclismo Racing)                                   
34 Matt Cooke (RideClean)                                       
35 Peter Stetina (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                      
36 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1)                             
37 Scott Tietzel (DLP Racing)                                   
38 Tim Johnson (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                      
39 Chris Jones (Team Type1)                                     
40 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                     
41 Cameron Evans (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                    
42 Graham Howard (Bissell Pro Cycling)                          
43 Patrick McCarty (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                  
44 Corey Collier (Team Rio Grande)                              
45 Francois Parisien (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                        
46 Eddy Kwon (ZteaM Elite)                                      
47 Andrew Talansky (Amore & Vita-McDonald's)                    
48 James Mattis (California Giant-Specialized)                  
49 John Hunt (California Giant-Specialized)                     
50 Bjorn Selander (Trek Livestrong)                             
51 Bryson Bowers (JetFuel coffee)                               
52 Jared Gilyard (RideClean)                                    
53 John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing)                              
54 Benjamin Kneller (Ciclismo Racing)                           
55 Jesse Moore (California Giant-Specialized)                   
56 Carson Miller (Land Rover-ORBEA)                             
57 Andrew Guptill (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                    
58 Hayden Brooks (Fly V Australia-Successful)                   
59 Flavio De Luna (Aguascalientes)                              
60 James Gunn-Wilkinson (Nytro Racing)                          
61 Evan Hyde (Incycle)                                          
62 Eric Slack (                               
63 Michael Grabinger (Fly V Australia-Successful)               
64 Matt Wilson (Team Type 1)                                    
65 Aaron Pool (Lincoln Industries)                              
66 Kris Lunning (Above Category Racing)                         
67 Jeff Hartman (Incycle)                                       
68 Zach Watson (Athletes by Design Cycling)                     
69 Bill Demong (Incycle)                                        
70 Walker Savidge (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                     
71 Chris Winn (RMCEF/WestSide Cycling)                          
72 Ben King (Trek Livestrong)                                   
73 Ron Jensen (RideClean)                                       
74 Ben Day (Fly V Australia-Successful)                         
75 Matthew Busche (ISCorp Cycling Team/Nova)                    
76 Moises Aldape (Team Type 1)                                  
77 Andrew Randell (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                           
78 Alfredo Cruz (Auto-Tec)                                      
79 Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)               
80 Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing)                               
81 Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                        
82 Shawn Milne (Team Type1)                                     
83 Jesse Sergent (Trek Livestrong)                              
84 Paul Mach (Bissell Pro Cycling)                              
85 Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                0.34
86 David Glick (RideClean)                                      
87 Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing)                       0.39
88 Evan Elken (Land Rover-ORBEA)                                
89 Emiliano Jordan (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)          0.44
90 Anibal Borrajo (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                    
91 Colt Trant (Matrix/RBM)                                      
92 Chris Horner (Mellow Johnny's)                               
93 Roman Kilun (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                      
94 Brandon Lynch (                            
95 Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)                 0.54
96 Luis Amaran (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                       
97 Sam Bewley (Trek Livestrong)                                 
98 Omer Kem (Bissell Pro Cycling)                               
99 Daniel Workman (Ciclismo Racing)                             
10 Sergio Hernandez (EL SEGUNDO)                                
10 John Chodroff (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                    
10 Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-ORBEA)                        1.19
10 Caleb Fairly (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                       
10 Jonathan Mumford (Kelly Benefit Strategies)              1.24
10 Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               1.29
10 Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling)                     1.31
10 Bruno Langlois (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                           
10 Floyd Landis (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                 1.36
10 Jacob Erker (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                   1.57
11 Neil Shirley (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                  3.09
11 Ryan Baumann (Trek Livestrong)                           9.04
11 Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant-Specialized)                 
11 Scott Davis (Fly V Australia-Successful)                     
11 Tim Henry (DLP Racing)                                       
11 Ian Tuttle (Above Category Racing)                      11.15
11 Brad Cole (Ciclismo Racing)                             13.29
11 Phillip Mann (Ciclismo Racing)                               
11 Blair Berbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)            18.17
11 Jesse DeKrey (Incycle)                                       
12 Bradley Gehrig (Cole Sport Racing)                           
12 Jose Orellana (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)                
12 Vincent Owens (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)                
12 Mike Sohm (Specialized/Porcupine Racing)                     
12 Cristian Velasquez (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)           
12 Luis Zamudio (Incycle)                                       
12 Chris Hong (                               
12 Josh Liberles (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)                
12 Joshua Bartlett (Land Rover-ORBEA)                           
12 Maxime Vives (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                             
13 Tad Hamilton (                             
13 Alessandro Bazzana (Fly V Australia-Successful)              
13 Kevin Hazzard (JetFuel Coffee)                               
13 Michael Olheiser (                    
13 Jacob Mueller (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)            26.20
13 Logan Garey (Team Rio Grande)                                
13 Clay Mufret (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                       
13 Tiago DePaula (DLP Racing)                              29.51
13 Jaime Gandara (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)               
13 Travis Hagner (                       
14 Tucker Olander (RMCEF Racing/Westside)                       
14 Derek Loudermilk (Horizon Organic p/b           
14 Logan Hunn (Land Rover-ORBEA)                                
14 Tim Srenaski (Rocky Mountain Elite Cycling)             30.04
14 Travis Sherman (                 37.42
Pro women
1 Gina Grain (Webcor Builders)                           3.47.37
2 Cath Cheatley (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                      
3 Kristin Armstrong (Cervelo Test Team)                         
4 Katheryn Mattis (Webcor Builders)                             
5 Olivia Dillon (Touchstone Climbing)                           
6 Tiffany Cromwell (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                   
7 Carla Swart (Team Lip Smacker)                                
8 Marisa Asplund (DFT p/b TREADS)                           0.08
9 Robin Farina (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)                  
10 Christina Ruiter (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)             
11 Alison Powers (Team Type 1)                                  
12 Rebecca Much (Webcor Builders)                               
13 Leah Goldstein (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)               
14 Kelli Emmett (Giant Bicycles)                                
15 Andrea Dvorak (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                     
16 Anne Samplonius (Team Lip Smacker)                           
17 Kelly McDonald (Touchstone Climbing Racing)                  
18 Toni Bradshaw (Team Lip Smacker)                             
19 Alexis Rhodes (Webcor Builders)                              
20 Ruth Clemence (Touchstone)                                   
21 Alisha Welsh (PCIM)                                          
22 Amanda Miller (Team Lip Smacker)                         0.17
23 Kristin Sanders (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)              
24 Terrie Clouse (                              
25 Gabriela Ferrat (Metromint Cycling)                          
26 Nicole Evans (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)             0.26
27 Marilyn McDonald (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)          0.35
28 Nikki Butterfield (Webcor Builders)                      0.38
29 Amy Dombroski (Webcor Builders)                          0.56
30 Stacy Marple (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                  1.19
31 Gwen Inglis (DFT p/b TREADS)                             6.44
32 Heather Sborz (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)             8.08
33 Melanie Meyers (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)                
34 Chloe Forsman (Luna Pro Team)                                
35 Rachel Heal (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                       
36 Sydney Brown (DFT p/b TREADS)                           12.36
37 Cara Gillis (Touchstone Climbing)                            
38 Nina Baum (Cannondale Factory Racing)                        
39 Molly Van Houweling (Metromint Cycling)                      
40 Lindsey Bishop (                        12.41
41 Tracey Jacobs (GS Boulder)                                   
42 MEGAN HOTTMAN (DFT p/b TREADS)                               
43 Susannah Gordon (                            
44 Trish Cohen (Unattached)                                     
45 Sandra Hyra (DFT p/b TREADS)                                 
46 Lisa Tumminello (                       12.52
47 Kathyrn Bertine (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)          20.00
48 Coryn Rivera (PROMAN Hit Squad)                         22.00
49 Ashley Anderson (PROMAN Hit Squad)                      27.10
50 Laura McCaughey (Salamander Racing)                     27.22
51 catherine DICKSON (Metro Phx)                           27.34
52 Daniela Gandara (TEN SPEED DRIVE)                       27.38
53 Yukie Nakamura (Metromint Cycling)                           
54 Megan Rathwell (Touchstone Climbing)                         
55 Spring Clegg (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)                  
56  Thurston-Hicks (                            
57 Sharon Allpress (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)              
58 Sue Stokes (                            32.11
59 Lauren Edwards (Absolute Racing)                        32.40
60 Ambre Levy (DFT p/b TREADS)                                  
61 Judy Jenkins (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)                  
62 Kate Ross (Team Lip Smacker)                            32.56
63 Anny Henry (Metromint Cycling)                          33.34
General Classification after Stage 2
Pro men
1 Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny's)                      6.48.21
2 Peter Stetina (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                   0.49
3 Christopher Baldwin (BOULDER)                             1.00
4 Matt Cooke (RideClean)                                    1.12
5 Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling)                  1.18
6 Florian Stalder (Team B)                                  1.23
7 Rory Sutherland (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)               1.32
8 Lance Armstrong (Mellow Johnny's)                         1.40
9 Chad Beyer (Team B)                                       1.46
10 Tyler Wren (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                        
11 Scott Nydam (Team B)                                         
12 Matthew Busche (ISCorp Cycling Team/Nova)                1.52
13 Philip Zajicek (Fly V Australia-Successful)              2.00
14 Francois Parisien (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                    2.12
15 John Hunt (California Giant-Specialized)                 2.16
16 Alex Howes (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                     2.22
17 Darren Lill (Team Type 1)                                2.31
18 Benjamin Kneller (Ciclismo Racing)                       2.34
19 Ian MacGregor (Team Type 1)                              2.41
20 Davide Frattini (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                   
21 Scott Tietzel (DLP Racing)                                   
22 Anthony Colby (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                     
23 Cameron Evans (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                    
24 Jesse Moore (California Giant-Specialized)                   
25 Michael Grabinger (Fly V Australia-Successful)               
26 Tom Zirbel (Bissell Pro Cycling)                         2.47
27 Bjorn Selander (Trek Livestrong)                         2.55
28 John Eisinger (Ciclismo Racing)                          2.59
29 Andrew Talansky (Amore & Vita-McDonald's)                3.13
30 Valeriy Kobzarenko (Team Type 1)                         3.16
31 Corey Collier (Team Rio Grande)                          3.29
32 Paul Mach (Bissell Pro Cycling)                          3.42
33 Julian Kyer (Trek Livestrong)                            3.46
34 Tim Johnson (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                  3.48
35 Bill Demong (Incycle)                                    3.53
36 Dan Bowman (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                    3.56
37 David Glick (RideClean)                                  3.57
38 Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell Pro Cycling)                 4.01
39 Aaron Pool (Lincoln Industries)                          4.09
40 Luis Amaran (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                   4.16
41 Chris Horner (Mellow Johnny's)                           4.24
42 Justin England (California Giant-Specialized)            4.26
43 Ben King (Fly V Australia-Successful)                        
44 Nick Fey (Ciclismo Racing)                                   
45 Flavio De Luna (Aguascalientes)                              
46 Kris Lunning (Above Category Racing)                         
47 Eric Slack (                               
48 Daniel Vaillancourt (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)               
49 Jared Gilyard (RideClean)                                    
50 Chris Jones (Team Type1)                                 4.39
51 Carson Miller (Land Rover-ORBEA)                         4.47
52 James Mattis (California Giant-Specialized)              5.02
53 Fabio Calabria (Team Type 1)                             5.06
54 Eddy Kwon (ZteaM Elite)                                  5.08
55 Roman Kilun (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                  5.10
56 Allen Krughoff (Team Rio Grande)                         5.14
57 Moises Aldape (Team Type 1)                              5.18
58 Bradley White (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                5.25
59 Alexander Hagman (Ciclismo Racing)                       5.36
60 Paul Esposti (Ciclismo Racing)                           5.46
61 Jonathan Mumford (Kelly Benefit Strategies)              5.50
62 Jeff Hartman (Incycle)                                   5.52
63 Evan Hyde (Incycle)                                      5.54
64 James Gunn-Wilkinson (Nytro Racing)                      5.57
65 Floyd Landis (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                 5.59
66 Taylor Sheldon (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                 6.05
67 Andrew Guptill (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                    
68 Matt Wilson (Team Type 1)                                    
69 Walker Savidge (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                     
70 Ben King (Trek Livestrong)                                   
71 Shawn Milne (Team Type1)                                     
72 Zach Watson (Athletes by Design Cycling)                 6.22
73 Patrick McCarty (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)              6.30
74 Stefan Rothe (                    6.46
75 Mike Northey (Land Rover-ORBEA)                          6.50
76 Taylor Phinney (Trek Livestrong)                             
77 Ben Day (Fly V Australia-Successful)                         
78 Alfredo Cruz (Auto-Tec)                                  7.31
79 Sergio Hernandez (EL SEGUNDO)                            7.40
80 Caleb Fairly (Felt-Holowesko Partners)                   7.45
81 Graham Howard (Bissell Pro Cycling)                      7.55
82 Scott Zwizanski (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               7.59
83 John Chodroff (OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b)                8.04
84 Sheldon Deeny (Bissell Pro Cycling)                      8.10
85 Jeremy Vennell (Bissell Pro Cycling)                     8.21
86 Lucas Haedo (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                   8.33
87 Brandon Lynch (                        8.35
88 Alex Candelario (Kelly Benefit Strategies)               8.43
89 Jesse Sergent (Trek Livestrong)                              
90 Guy East (Trek Livestrong)                               9.09
91 Hayden Brooks (Fly V Australia-Successful)                   
92 Anibal Borrajo (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                9.27
93 Sam Johnson (hagens berman)                              9.40
94 Alister Ratcliff ( / Cannondale)             10.02
95 Jacob Erker (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                  10.40
96 Ron Jensen (RideClean)                                  11.19
97 Chris Winn (RMCEF/WestSide Cycling)                     11.29
98 Omer Kem (Bissell Pro Cycling)                          11.46
99 Bryson Bowers (JetFuel coffee)                          12.27
100 Evan Elken (Land Rover-ORBEA)                          12.48
101 Sam Bewley (Trek Livestrong)                           12.54
102 Roman Van Uden (Land Rover-ORBEA)                      13.19
103 Keven Lacombe (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                      13.49
104 Colt Trant (Matrix/RBM)                                14.12
105 Ian Holt (RMCEF/Westside Cycling)                      14.13
106 Daniel Workman (Ciclismo Racing)                       15.07
107 Neil Shirley (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                15.09
108 Bruno Langlois (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                     15.21
109 Ian Tuttle (Above Category Racing)                     15.41
110 Andrew Randell (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                     15.47
111 Ryan Baumann (Trek Livestrong)                         16.25
112 Tim Henry (DLP Racing)                                 16.35
113 Scott Davis (Fly V Australia-Successful)               16.45
114 Emiliano Jordan (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)        18.31
115 Brad Cole (Ciclismo Racing)                            20.15
116 Osvaldo Olmos (California Giant-Specialized)           20.39
117 Michael Olheiser (              22.05
118 Vincent Owens (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)          22.30
119 Chris Hong (                         22.43
120 Jesse DeKrey (Incycle)                                      
121 Blair Berbert (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)           23.08
122 Joshua Bartlett (Land Rover-ORBEA)                     23.50
123 Josh Liberles (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)          24.35
124 Phillip Mann (Ciclismo Racing)                         24.46
125 Cristian Velasquez (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)     24.57
126 Luis Zamudio (Incycle)                                 25.38
127 Mike Sohm (Specialized/Porcupine Racing)               27.51
128 Jose Orellana (Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles)          28.14
129 Tad Hamilton (                       30.17
130 Clay Mufret (Kelly Benefit Strategies)                 32.42
131 Alessandro Bazzana (Fly V Australia-Successful)        32.59
132 Jacob Mueller (Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)           34.13
133 Bradley Gehrig (Cole Sport Racing)                     34.38
134 Logan Garey (Team Rio Grande)                          35.56
135 Maxime Vives (PLANET ENERGY Pro)                       36.38
136 Kevin Hazzard (JetFuel Coffee)                         37.00
137 Travis Hagner (                 38.05
138 Tim Srenaski (Rocky Mountain Elite Cycling)            38.08
139 Tiago DePaula (DLP Racing)                             38.43
140 Tucker Olander (RMCEF Racing/Westside)                 39.05
141 Jaime Gandara (Kenda Pro Cycling p/b Spinergy)         39.40
142 Logan Hunn (Land Rover-ORBEA)                          42.20
143 Derek Loudermilk (Horizon Organic p/b     45.13
144 Travis Sherman (                54.42
Pro women
1 Kristin Armstrong (Cervelo Test Team)                  7.28.15
2 Katheryn Mattis (Webcor Builders)                         0.40
3 Cath Cheatley (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                  0.50
4 Alisha Welsh (PCIM)                                       1.00
5 Leah Goldstein (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)            1.18
6 Robin Farina (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)              1.19
7 Christina Ruiter (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)          1.20
8 Alison Powers (Team Type 1)                               1.29
9 Rebecca Much (Webcor Builders)                            1.33
10 Tiffany Cromwell (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)              1.50
11 Anne Samplonius (Team Lip Smacker)                       2.07
12 Kelly McDonald (Touchstone Climbing Racing)              2.37
13 Nicole Evans (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)             2.43
14 Andrea Dvorak (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                 2.44
15 Kristin Sanders (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)          2.50
16 Marisa Asplund (DFT p/b TREADS)                          2.59
17 Carla Swart (Team Lip Smacker)                               
18 Nikki Butterfield (Webcor Builders)                      3.35
19 Kelli Emmett (Giant Bicycles)                            3.52
20 Gabriela Ferrat (Metromint Cycling)                      3.58
21 Terrie Clouse (                              
22 Alexis Rhodes (Webcor Builders)                          4.07
23 Stacy Marple (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                  5.11
24 Ruth Clemence (Touchstone)                               5.22
25 Amanda Miller (Team Lip Smacker)                         5.25
26 Toni Bradshaw (Team Lip Smacker)                         5.33
27 Olivia Dillon (Touchstone Climbing)                      6.23
28 Gina Grain (Webcor Builders)                             6.32
29 Marilyn McDonald (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)          6.49
30 Amy Dombroski (Webcor Builders)                          8.30
31 Heather Sborz (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)            11.41
32 Chloe Forsman (Luna Pro Team)                           11.48
33 Gwen Inglis (DFT p/b TREADS)                            11.50
34 Rachel Heal (Colavita Sutter Home p/b)                  14.06
35 Nina Baum (Cannondale Factory Racing)                   15.51
36 Susannah Gordon (                       16.01
37 Sydney Brown (DFT p/b TREADS)                           16.03
38 Melanie Meyers (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)           16.06
39 Tracey Jacobs (GS Boulder)                              17.14
40 Lisa Tumminello (                       17.52
41 MEGAN HOTTMAN (DFT p/b TREADS)                          18.23
42 Molly Van Houweling (Metromint Cycling)                 18.28
43 Lindsey Bishop (                        18.58
44 Cara Gillis (Touchstone Climbing)                       19.13
45 Trish Cohen (Unattached)                                19.21
46 Sandra Hyra (DFT p/b TREADS)                            22.13
47 Kathyrn Bertine (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)          25.38
48 Coryn Rivera (PROMAN Hit Squad)                         31.09
49 Sharon Allpress (ValueAct Capital Cycling Team)         33.03
50 catherine DICKSON (Metro Phx)                           35.25
51 Ashley Anderson (PROMAN Hit Squad)                      35.34
52 Daniela Gandara (TEN SPEED DRIVE)                       35.43
53 Yukie Nakamura (Metromint Cycling)                      37.17
54 Lauren Edwards (Absolute Racing)                        38.04
55 Megan Rathwell (Touchstone Climbing)                    38.06
56 Ambre Levy (DFT p/b TREADS)                             40.29
57  Thurston-Hicks (                       41.16
58 Laura McCaughey (Salamander Racing)                     41.53
59 Spring Clegg (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)             42.27
60 Anny Henry (Metromint Cycling)                          42.30
61 Sue Stokes (                            44.49
62 Judy Jenkins (Specialized D4W/Bicycle Haus)             49.24
63 Kate Ross (Team Lip Smacker)                            51.55
Pro men
1 Colavita Sutter Home p/b                              20.32.11
2 Bissell Pro Cycling                                       0.04
3 OUCH Pro Cycling Team p/b                                 0.57
4 Team Type 1                                               1.20
5 RideClean                                                 1.53
6 Fly V Australia-Successful                                1.59
7 Felt-Holowesko Partners-                                  2.14
8 California Giant-Specialized                              2.15
9 Ciclismo Racing                                           2.51
10 Trek Livestrong                                          5.38
11 Incycle                                                  6.41
12 Kelly Benefit Strategies                                 9.00
13 Land Rover-ORBEA                                        10.41
14 PLANET ENERGY Pro                                       22.46
15                                       28.36
16 Team Rio Grande                                         37.11
17 Ten Speed Drive / BH Bicycles                           47.21
18 DLP Racing                                              50.51
19                                  59.48
Pro women
1 ValueAct Capital Cycling                              22.28.42
2 Webcor Builders                                           1.13
3 Colavita Sutter Home p/b                                  1.33
4 Team Lip Smacker                                          6.25
5 Touchstone Climbing                                      10.25
6 DFT p/b TREADS                                           26.55
7 Specialized D4W/Bicycle                                  28.19
8                                          33.43
9 Metromint Cycling                                        55.03