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2004 Fourth of July Criterium
Davis, California, July 4, 2004
Images by James Wood/www.velography.com
- A full
Masters 3/4/5 field with Sacramento's Golden Wheelmen in control.
- A late-race
break tries to get away in the Master 3/4/5 race.
- With a
lap to go, the field kicks it into after-burners.
- After controlling
the race all day, SGW's Ron Miller wraps things up with the win
- Team City's
Elizabeth Tenuto rod aggressively all day in Both 3,4 and 123 pro women's
Ong warms up prior to the Master 1/2/3 event.
line up for the Masters 1/2/3 race.
Coast Cycling's Vince Gee and the rest of the Master 1/2/3 field head
out for 35 laps for fun in the Davis sun.
through the race, a few attacks were tried but the race is mainly together.
of the strong teams assured the race didn't get to out of control.
- The day's
100+ degree weather made for just one more hurdle for the riders.
through the race, the pace is still scorching.
Coast Cycling well represented as a small break tries to get away.
- A rolled
tire and a last lap crash in the top 10 throws off a few riders at a critical
it around the turn three mayhem, the rest of the field rolls home in the
- It's time
for the 3s and spirits are high. Must be the heat.
- A Team
Swift rider barreling through turn 2.
are focused as they negotiate the six-turn, L-shaped course during the
elite 3's race.
Nevada's Russel Hamby and U.S. Postal's Tony Cruz midway through the pro/1/2
- Tony Cruz
in his second break of the day, this time with Sierra Nevada's Trent Klasna
(out of frame).
- And the
day's last break of six play cat and mouse on the beginning of the last
- But in
the end, Tony is outfoxed to the line by U.S. track team member Walker
Starr as Dave Fuentes rounds out the top 3.
- The day's
victor, Walker Starr, rolls around for a cool-down lap.
- U.S. Postal's
Tony Cruz wipes away the day's work after leading race for most of the
Stanley's Dave Fuente being interviewed post-race.
Starr takes a break before the day's main objective - claiming the top
of the podium.
- U.S. Postal's
Tony Cruz is interviewed post-race about his chances for this year's Vuelta.
Starr elaborates on his victory.
- And the
podium is - Dave Fuentes, Morgan Stanley, Walker Starr (US national track
team) and Tony Cruz (U.S. Postal).
Pro 1,2 Men
1 Walker Starr (Unattached)
2 Tony Cruz (US Postal)
3 Dave Fuentes (Morgan Stanley)
4 David McCook (Mcguire)
5 Dean Lebarge (GS Lombardi)
Elite 1,2,3 Woman
1 Kimberly Cunningham (Morgan Stanley)
2 Martha Patelle (Los Gatos Bicycling Racing Club)
3 Lari Alvarez (Axiom Realty Racing Team)
Elite Woman 3,4
1 Natalie Mik (Davis Bike Club)
2 Tracey Ford (Bay Area Velo Girls)
3 Holly Roberts (Bay Area Velo Girls)
Elite Men 4
1 Channing Chan (Fusion Sport - Kaboom)
2 Ben Dodge (Los Gatos Bicycling Racing Club)
3 William Reuss (Redding Velo/Reuss & Reuss Dental)
Elite Men 5
1 Donald Beck (Sacramento Inline Racing)
2. Patrick McKay Cal Poly Wheelman
3 Tyler Janke (Spincity Bicycles)
Master Men 35+ 1,2,3
1 Vincent Gee (Alcal Arcade)
2 Mark Leffler (Rocknasium)
3 Ben Bourne (Morgan Stanley/24 Hour Fitness/Specialized)
Master Men 35+ 3,4,5
1 Ron Miller (SGW/City Bicycle Works)
2 Robert Kopitzke (Body Concepts/Peak Cycling)
3 James Suzuki (Unattached)
Master Men 45+
1 Joe Saunders (Team Spine)
2 David Stockwell (SJBC)
3 Rick Adams (Alto Velo)
Master Men 55+
1 John Elgart (Alto Velo/Webcor)
2 Mark Rodamaker (Alto Velo/Webcor)
3 John Diemont (Unattached)
Junior Girls 10 - 12
1 Lillian Gordis (Tieni Duro)
2 Samantha Martin (Maheu Racing)
Junior Girls 15 - 16
1 Dawn Tisdell (Los Gatos Bicycling Racing Club)
Junior Boys 10 - 12
1 Daniel Tisdell (Los Gatos Bicycling Racing Club)
2 Zachery Wick (Davis Bike Club)
3 Curtis Howard (Unattached)
Junior Boys 13 - 14
1 Alex Wick (Davis Bike Club)
2 Bruce Hoffman (Team New Moon Media)
3 David Vuilleumier (Sacramento Golden Wheelman)
Junior Boys 15 - 16
1 Colin Samaan (The Bicycle Business)
2 Blake Anton (Davis Bike Club)
3 Nathan Birnbaum (Team Swift)
Junior Boys 17 - 18
1 Clint Rogers (Lombardi Sports/Klein)
2 Shawn Rosenthal (Tieni Duro)
3 Anton Nicole (Team Swift)
Local results 2004