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USCF National Track Championships - CN

Lehigh Valley Velodrome - Trexlertown, PA, August 27-31 2002

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Day 3 - August 29, 2002: Day 4 Preview

In the homestraight with two days to go

By Gwen Hoover

We're in the homestraight with two days of racing to go at the 2002 USCF National Track Cycling Championships and no rain in the forecast for Friday. The morning session will kick off with the women's 500 meter time trial final. Look for the top three in tonight's sprint finalists (Lindenmuth, Uhl and Reed) to fair well. The women's time trial will be followd by the men's sprint 1/4 final with the following match-ups:

  • Jeffrey Labauve (Frisco, TX) vs. Jon Frederick (Bowers, PA)
  • Gideon Massie (Landsdale, PA) vs. Andy Lakatosh (Trexlertown, PA)
  • Garth Blackburn (Houston, TX) vs. Adam Duvendeck (Colorado Springs, PA)
  • Josh Weir (Indianapolis) vs. Erik Bonser (Parryville, PA)

The evening session will host the conclusion of the men's sprint tournament and gold medal awards ceremony, with the first ever women's keirin national championship. The winner of the keirin will automatically go to the World Championships in September, so this will be hotly contested. Sarah Uhl, Jennie Reed and Becky Quinn are favorites for this very physical and strategic event. The men's madison will go off later Friday evening, with Jame Carney and Colby Pearce as favorites, but don't count out Marty Nothstein and Ryan Oelkers. After two silver medals in these games, this will be Marty's next attempt for the gold.