Thursday, September 8, 2011


 By John McKee

Welcome sign for all the racers. Photo courtesy of Link Lindquist.
The first day of the criteriums was for ages 60 and over and was Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011. Downtown Bend, Or. didn't want to be shut down for 2 days so another location was found. They put the 1st day criterium race in a high end commercial/residential/retail area. Quite new and very attractive. Beautiful high school right down the street where the TT and the road races started and finished. The course was short(1 km) and had 6 90 degree turns and 2 soft turns. The streets were fairly narrow and got narrower at times. This course wouldn't take a field larger than 40 guys. I have heard they have done other races with large fields and had riders spread almost end to end on the whole course after a while. In the older masters categories there is always going to be large differences in ability so after a small number of laps there are going to be riders off the back especially on a course like this. Monty, Phil and I rode the course on Tuesday. Monty had already seen it and  was in shock. We rode it on Tues and Wed. and started to get a feel for it. You could take the corners at speed but what speed before you couldn't pedal through. Many riders would be hitting pedals through the races.
The first race for men was at 10 am and included all men 70 and over. There would be 3 races done concurrently and scored separately. There would be men 70-74, 75-79 and 80+. Local favorites racing were Daniel Wulbert  in the 70-74 race, Robert Paganini and Dick Wagner  in the 75-79 and Link Lindquist in 80+. About 20 guys started. It didn't take long before there were riders everywhere and the officials didn't want to call anyone out because there would be an opportunity for 13 medals for this one race. 3 80s and 5 for the other 2 cats. The 70-74 guys were driving the lead group and Dan Wulbert was right there. Dan isn't known for his sprint but is known for his time trial and climbing ability. In 2002 in Bakersfield Dan was racing 60-64 and lapped the field solo in the criterium and then just for the heck of it jumped away from the field again and by the way the temp in Bakersfield in July was over 105. Dan was in a harder fight here and barely lost to Leonard Pettyjohn of Boulder, Colo. A lot of silver for Socal riders this day.
Robert Paganini also placed 2nd using his tried and true wheel sucking program but lost the wheel of the winner somewhere along the way. Bummer. In 80+ Link Lindquist finished 3rd. Didn't get a pod pic of 70-74.  If anyone has a pic, let me know and I will add.
Here are descriptions of the above races by USA Cycling "In the men’s 70-74 contest, Leonard Pettyjohn (Boulder, Colo./Vic’s Espresso-Peerless Tyre) narrowly beat Daniel Wulbert (Cardiff, Calif./Sun Coast Velo-UC Cyclery-JW Floors) and William Meyers (Oak Creek, Colo.) to earn the Stars-and-Stripes jersey. In the men’s 75-79 contest, Walter Axthelm (Durango, Colo./Durango Wheel Club) won by 49 seconds over silver-medalist Robert Paganini (Los Angeles, Calif./Pasadena Athletic Association-Remax). Albert Piemme (Sequim, Wash.) won the men’s 80-and-over criterium by two seconds over the time trial winner Paul Tetrick (Evergreen, Colo.)." The 70-74 group finished the 35 km course in 55:58 and the winner of the 75-79 feed off this group and was 49 seconds ahead of the 2nd place rider, Rober Paganini. 
Robert Paganini 2nd and Dick Wagner 5th(far right)- There were only 5 racers in 75-79
Link Lindquist on the left(as we are looking at the picture). 84 years young and going strong. Photo courtesy of Link Linquist. 80+ podium.

Link Lindquist called to the line as the defending champion in 80+.  Link was also wearing #1 as the oldest rider at the 2011 championship. Photo courtesy of Link Lindquist.
 The next race of the day was the 65-69 category. I aged up to this group this year as did John Elgart. Lucky me being the same age as John Elgart. Also in the race was defending champion Richard Shields from Fremont, Ca. Scott Hennessy coming off a resounding win in the TT by a minute and a half was in the field.
Also in the field was Gary DeVoss of the San Diego Cyclo Vets. Gary had just gotten back from a world championship event. Gary did a number of races in Europe. Mike Duck the 2011 SCNCA 65+ champion was in the race and sporting the new Paramount colors of blue and yellow. In all there would be 28 racers starting vs 17 in 2010. I can tell you right now that the field in 2011 did the race 4 and 1/2 minutes faster than the year before on a more technical course which in my book should make for a slower race(not everyone agrees with that). There were 5 cat 5 riders which would make most any seasoned racer jumpy. For the most part they would fall away early but there was one rider from Texas with a visor on his helmet that scared the hell out of me when he would move forward during lulls in the race. Getting ahead of myself already. Stop!
The 65-69 group was called close to the start line about 11:15 am. There was 35 km to race over a very technical and narrow course. The announcer who always does the national events called the defending champion Richard Shields to the line. After that we all got a chance to move forward. I got behind Dale Harless who placed 4th in 2010. The group took off at the gun and John Elgart went to the whip. Dale Harless had trouble clipping in so I started between 10 and 12 as we were lined out. I saw Elgart going to the front and was immediately worried. When John aged up to 60+ he rode away from everyone in Penn. and no one could catch him. There was no way on this course that I could get near him any time soon. Was my fate sealed already! I sure hoped not. The pace was hard for the 1st 5 laps. I moved up a few each lap. No big gaps opened up early which is what I was worried about. Scott Hennessy kept Elgart in check early on. After 5 laps the pace eased off. I took stock of my fitness, my breathing and what I needed to do to do well in this race. Do what you always did and like Mike Birditt always did. Stay close to the front and monitor all the action. Also take a page from Pags and Dale Luedtke as well. Don't do any more work then you have too.
Stayed in the drops the entire race. An advantage with all the corners.

It also didn't take long to figure out who the strongmen were. Hennessy, Elgart and Shields. They showed themselves early and drove the race. None of them jumped off the front or were marked so closely that it didn't seem so. Richard Shields did roll off the front once and got about 100 meters away. I was behind Elgart and wondered why he let him go. Figured he was going to let him get out there away and bridge across or maybe he wanted someone else to chase. In any event I wasn't going to let Shields get to far away and got out of the saddle after the last corner and charged toward the solo rider. Everyone else came with me. It felt like a Socal race when I make a move.
Late in the race Lance Brigman went to the front and drove the race- In photo- Hennessy, Shields, and myself. Elgart is too my left.
 Half way through the race about half the field had fallen off and the officials called them off the course because we were lapping them. Dangerous situation on this narrow course so pulling lapped riders that looked over matched was the right move.
The second half of the race I stayed on Shields or Elgart. As the laps counted down a cat 5 rider came to the front that seemed quite strong. Lance Brigman is his name and from about 13 laps to go to about 5 he stayed on the front pulling everyone at a pretty fast and steady pace. Wasn't that hard but kept everyone in line. I was now on Elgart's wheel and I wasn't giving it up. James Youngblood of Maryland tried a number of times and you can try but I wan't budging. It just made the race dangerous for the person that tried to move in. I wasn't trying to hurt anybody but wasn't going to give up the wheel. David Burnett of Ct. was also trying to take Elgart's wheel. I had had my fill of Mr. Burnett at Churchhill Downs 3 years ago. I was in a 6 person break in the criterium with Kenny Fuller, Elgart and Louder. Burnett was there with another less experienced rider. Kenny doesn't like riders taking a free ride and attacks them. I had just taken a pull and went to the back of the line and Kenny attacks. Elgart and Louder responded right away. I looked in horror as the 2 new guys didn't move and shouted at them to no avail. I started to go between them and they collapsed on me and the 3 guys were gone. So I remember David Burnett very well. He actually is a very nice guy to talk to off the course. He is rumored to have one of the best private aquariums around. Must have some money.  In any event he wasn't getting Elgart's wheel and messing things up for me. John Elgart wasn't so harsh and let David and Youngblood in front of him so I wasn't going to sit so far back and moved up myself. I stayed in the 2 to 6 slot all day. I was in the 2 slot on Elgart earlier and had to pull through for a half lap but that was all the work I did except chasing Shields down.
The race was counting down. 5 to go. Brinkman was starting to tire. I was afraid that we would all get swarmed over and I saw the visor guy come forward. A sure sign to move up myself. Not sure who drove the race late. I am sure Scott Hennessy was part of it. He should have pushed harder and dropped more guys. We were about 16 strong by then but strung out. A good thing for sure. Scott won the TT by a 1 and 1/2 so he was stronger then anyone. John Elgart didn't do the individual TT so can't compare. He did do the tandem and he and his partner had the lowest time of the day no matter what age.
Within the last 5 laps Elgart moved up and I got back on his wheel. The bell came and the placings were out there for the 1st 5 guys to come across the line. Hennessy was driving the front with Shields, Elgart and myself following. Scott Hennessy ran out of gas or decided to move back or Richard Shields wanted to lead badly. Hennessy had to move back because Elgart and myself weren't inviting him in front of us. The pace picked up and we made a hard left and then a right. I kept pedaling but on the right turn I hit my Speedplay(Elgart and Shields were also using Speedplay Zeros) pedal down and my bike did a shake and the front of the saddle went down. The Bontrager seat cap is the worst design. I hate it. Love the Trek bike though but have to use their seat cap. I almost went down but got control quickly and got out of the saddle. JE was a little ahead but I closed the gap. The downhill right turn into a narrow street was next and I had a good feel for it. I took this one well and easily stayed on Elgart. We had a short uphill, a soft right and a soft left and then a fairly soft final turn with 120 meters to the line. I have relived this last part of the race over and over and over in my mind. Can't redo history but I can tell you that my finish has really motivated me for this winter and next season.
We took the soft right and then the left. I didn't feel anybody behind me and there was a gap. After the soft left next to a roundabout was where I should have made my move like Dale races but I didn't. We came to the last corner and Elgart jumped hard. Used that track training/racing to accelerate away. I had already clicked up one gear and should have clicked up 2. I got out of the saddle with max effort and made up some ground but with a short downhill and then a small uphill I wasn't going to go by Elgart. John Elgard won the championship in the 65-69 category. I came across the line  behind him and slightly ahead of Shields. There was a little gap to 4th and 5th place. James Youngblood of Maryland was 4th and Whitney "Visor" Fanning were the last medalists to finish. Here is a description from USA Cycling "The thrilling men 65-69 contest resulted in a bunch sprint won by John Elgart (Sacramento, Calif./Alto Velo Racing Club-Webcor) narrowly beating John McKee (Westminster, Calif./OCW-Paramount Racing) and Richard Shields (Fremont, Calif./Team Hammer Nutrition)".
The time for the 35 km race was 35:52 or 39 km an hour. That computes out to 24.36 mph. The 70-74 group were only 2 minutes slower than this so they were moving too. The 65-69 was clean and hard but overly so. I had more in my engine. I know Lance Brigman said afterward that he was trying to wear down the sprinters when he went to the front. You needed to be more like Coffee Crew(OC training ride)to wear me down. The USA Cycling new online ranking system also has a predictor and they had the top 3 right. They picked me to win but Elgart didn't do many criteriums during the year but his track work kept him sharp. Of all the racers I have seen he is the most well rounded rider I have known of for his age. Great rider so I am not totally disappointed I lost to him but as Arnold said "I will be back". Stronger and faster then ever. I write this down so I pin myself down. Next year if I lag mentally I have to tell myself I said I was going to be stronger and faster. Get your butt moving. Natz is a great experience. If you have the ability, you are short changing yourself by not coming.
The last men's race on this course was right after the 65-69 race at 12:30 pm. 35 km as well. The men 60-64. This was going to be a humdinger and a very fast race. Kenny Fuller was the defending champion. David LeDuc from North Carolina was aging up in 2011 and for his age is one of the strongest men around. David didn't do the TT the day before like Kenny so he would have fresh legs. The race had a number of Socal riders besides Kenny. John Rubcic, Monty Pettus and Phil Richards were entered. Strap on your seatbelts because this was going to be a barn burner.
David LeDuc sitting in with John Rubcic near him

David LeDuc pushing the pace late in the race

Kenny Fuller with John Rubcic on his wheel at the last corner. Kenny needs to ride in his drops when the pressure is on. Get lower. Less drag. 

LeDuc wins 60-64
The race started with David LeDuc smoking it and being at the front and then gone. This is how the race went. LeDuc would go off and everyone would chase including Kenny Fuller. 35 riders started the 35 km race. Riders were falling off the pace early and often. Only 10 of the 35 riders ended with a time close to the top finishers. When LeDuc would be caught others would push the pace. Not sure why. They should have been saving their energy but that's how racing is. It all was back to together with one lap to go with Kenny Fuller and John Rubcic in the lead mix. LeDuc hit it hard and really strung it out. 3 guys or so were near LeDuc. John Rubcic got gapped off and chased. John caught back on when the pace eased nearing the last corner but he had no energy left. David LeDuc lead it out and wouldn't be caught. Steve Worley was 2nd and Kenny Fuller 3rd. John Rubcic dug deep to sprint but didn't have the punch. He was way tired. John got 4th none the less. Smoking fast race at 50:17 or 41 km/hr. Fast for this course. Faster pace then the 55s would do the next day on a more straight forward course with more riders. Here is a description by USA Cycling "The men’s 60-64 was equally exciting as David LeDuc (Willow Springs, N.C./Atlantic Velo-Virginia p/b Walt's Racing) broke away early and gradually built a significant lead. The peloton worked together to narrow LeDuc’s advantage before catching him with just a few laps remaining in the 35-kilometer race. LeDuc, howver, refused to be absorbed and launched attacks to answer the each of the chase group’s efforts."
Overall a good day of racing. A few crashes but not as many as expected. Hard, fast and tough but clean racing. Beautiful weather. Blue clear skys with mild temps made it comfortable. Really nice upscale area. I couldn't afford to live here but could eat at some of the restaurants which were quite nice. Especially Thai Thai. Great food and drink.
I have below as many of the podiums as I have plus some bonus pics. Full results will be below as well. That's all for now folks! Train hard and race safe!
65-69 podium- Youngblood, McKee, Elgart, Shields, & Fanning
60-64 podium- John Rubcic on the left. Kenny Fuller 2nd from right. Guess where LeDuc is.
McKee and Fuller after criteriums

Pags and McKee after criterium- Both with silver

Criterium on 09/01/2011

Men - Cat 1/2/3/4/5 - Master - 60-64

Place Points NameCity, StateTimeLicenseBibTeam
1400.00David LeDuc (1 - Cat2)   Willow Springs, NC0:50:17 45583 Atlantic Velo-Virginia p/b Walt's Racing
2402.21Steven Worley (2 - Cat2)   Boulder, CO0:50:17 47502 Vic's Espresso / Peerless Tyre
3404.41Kenny Fuller   Corona Del Mar, CA0:50:17 46765 Cycles Veloce/Team Simple Green/Bike Religion
4406.62John Rubcic (3 - Cat2)   Hemet, CA0:50:17 48760 Sun Coast Velo/UC Cyclery/JW Floors
5408.82Wayne Watson (1 - Cat3)   Denver, CO0:50:17 50623 Natural Grocers Cycling Team
6411.03David Hixson (4 - Cat2)   Knoxville, TN0:50:17 16327 Team Gran Fondo
7413.24Paul Mack (5 - Cat2)   Crested Butte, CO0:50:34 22026 Vic's Espresso / Peerless Tyre
7413.24Paul Mack (6 - Cat2)   Crested Butte, CO0:50:34 22026 Vic's Espresso / Peerless Tyre
8415.44Peter Banko (2 - Cat3)   Seattle, WA0:51:08 46648 Apex Racing Team
9417.65Hank Pfeifle   Brunswick, ME0:51:10 57045 Portland Velo Club/Cyclemania/OA/CycleMania
10419.85Richard Distlerath (3 - Cat3)   Bluffton, SC0:51:52 216139 National Capital Velo Club/UnitedHealthcare/NCVC/UnitedHealthcare
11422.06Steve Troseth (1 - Cat5)   Corvallis, OR357312 
12424.26Morgan Caldwell (4 - Cat3)   Lafayette, CA55374 Morgan Stanley Cycling Team/Morgan Stanley Smith Barney/Specialized
13426.47Leo Pettus (5 - Cat3)   Yorba Linda, CA219074 OCW/Paramount Racing
14428.68Larry Wolff (6 - Cat3)   Sacramento, CA219527 Team Hammer Nutrition
15430.88Brad Swope (7 - Cat2)   Louisville, KY47984 Kentucky Flyers Cycling Inc/Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team P/B Motorex
16433.09Ken Louder (7 - Cat3)   Salt Lake City, UT179491 Velosport Racing/FFKR Architects/
17435.29Fred Galata (8 - Cat3)   Omaha, NE229278 
18437.50Jerry Shafer (9 - Cat3)   Seattle, WA54693 Seattle Super Squadra/Cucina Fresca Cycling Team
19439.71Dan Meyer (10 - Cat3)   Lake Elmo, MN117486 Loon State Cyclists
20441.91Phillip Richards (1 - Cat4)   Beaumont, CA238828 Citrus Valley Velo
21444.12Thomas Zoumaras (11 - Cat3)   Kirksville, MO65996 Michelob Ultra - Big Shark Racing
22446.32Russell Bowers (12 - Cat3)   Flower Mound, TX4441 
23448.53Les Banta (2 - Cat4)   Oklahoma City, OK200890 Oklahoma City Velo Club
24450.74Charles Hetrick (13 - Cat3)   Edmond, OK62551 Oklahoma City Velo Club
25452.94Lee Sobchak (3 - Cat4)   Boise, ID245624 Boise Cycling Club/George's/BODE
26455.15Randall Maddox (4 - Cat4)   Greenville, SC81544 Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club/Headstrong
27457.35Robert Tompkins (14 - Cat3)   Anthem, AZ305794 Racelab Cycling Team/Team WM Arizona Masters Racing
28459.56Mike Ambrozewicz (2 - Cat5)   Fair Oaks, CA358707 
29461.76sam roberts (5 - Cat4)   Tulsa, OK275927 Tulsa Wheelmen/Tulsa Tough Racing
30463.97Mike Marotta (15 - Cat3)   Bakersfield, CA72880 Action Sports/Simply Fit
31466.18Ed Chamberlin (16 - Cat3)   Grand Junction, CO245225
32468.38Carl Recine (17 - Cat3)   Salt Lake City, UT80238 Barry Lasko DDS Race Team
33470.59Philip Holman (8 - Cat2)   Tucson, AZ58212 Team RPM
34472.79D Jack Groves (18 - Cat3)   Alameda, NM90462 Olev Rapido
35475.00John Ackelson (3 - Cat5)   Arvada, CO291473 Peak to Peak Training Systems/WestSide Cycling

Men - Cat 1/2/3/4/5 - Master - 65-69

Place Points NameCity, StateTimeLicenseBibTeam
1400.00John Elgart (1 - Cat2)   Sacramento, CA0:53:52 45071 162R Alto Velo Racing Club/Webcor/Alto Velo
2402.50John McKee (1 - Cat3)   Westminster, CA0:53:52 180386 184R OCW/Paramount Racing/Paramount Racing
3405.00Richard Shields (2 - Cat3)   Fremont, CA0:53:52 140693 165R Team Hammer Nutrition
4407.50James Youngblood (3 - Cat3)   Silver Spring, MD0:53:52 39327 195R NVRC/National Velo Racing Club
5410.00Whitney Fanning (1 - Cat5)   Waco, TX0:53:55 89401 198R 
6412.50Scott Hennessy (2 - Cat2)   Salinas, CA0:53:55 15827 169R VOS Racing
7415.00Harry Williamson (4 - Cat3)   Healdsburg, CA0:53:55 38449 185R Fightin' Bobas
8417.50Gary Simmons (5 - Cat3)   Layton, UT0:53:55 199407 170R Bountiful Mazda Cycling Team
9420.00Randall Hancock (3 - Cat2)   Folsom, CA0:53:55 48103 187R Hammer Nutrition-CMG Racing Team/Hammer Nutrition/CMG Racing Team
10422.50S Robson (Rob) Walton (6 - Cat3)   Scottsdale, AZ0:53:55 37148 180R Boston Mountain Cyclist
11425.00lance brigman (2 - Cat5)   Longview, WA0:53:55 353536 164R 
12427.50Monty Maughan (1 - Cat4)   Oklahoma City, OK0:54:02 237092 163R Team PG13
13430.00Gary DeVoss (7 - Cat3)   San Diego, CA0:54:02 51495 190R San Diego Cyclo Vets
14432.50David Burnett (2 - Cat4)   Norwich, CT0:54:54 227154 186R Mystic Velo Club
15435.00Michael Williams   Metairie, LA0:55:02 53228 193R 
16437.50Norman Kibble (4 - Cat2)   Tucson, AZ0:53:58 45539 191R Team RPM
17440.00Michael Gilpin (3 - Cat5)   Bozeman, MT0:55:02 113324 171R Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club/Bozeman Masters' Velo
18442.50Jack Kelso (3 - Cat4)   Pleasanton, CA0:55:02 202171 172R Team Hammer Nutrition
19445.00Dale Harless (4 - Cat4)   Bellevue, WA0:39:04 57571 173R Cycle U
20447.50Robert Brust (8 - Cat3)   Hutchinson, KS0:34:24 60610 192R River City Racing Club
21450.00dan austad (4 - Cat5)   Silverdale, WA0:24:52 268436 174R Northwest Velo/JL Velo Racing Team
22452.50Jerry Powell (9 - Cat3)   Portland, OR0:19:56 45812 182R Multnomah Athletic Club
23455.00John Forbes (10 - Cat3)   Portland, OR72771 189R BRIHOP Cycling
24457.50Michael McCollum (11 - Cat3)   Largo, FL48126 194R Florida Velo
25460.00Sydney Duck (12 - Cat3)   Agoura Hills, CA58170 196R OCW/Paramount Racing
26462.50Weslye Bruce (13 - Cat3)   S Hutchinson, KS84252 197R River City Racing Club
27465.00Bill Valenta (5 - Cat5)   Beaverton, OR206763 183R 
28467.50Butch Richardson (6 - Cat5)   San Diego, CA186694 176R San Diego Cyclo Vets
29470.00John Haney (5 - Cat4)   Park City, UT68337 167R 
30472.50John Cox (14 - Cat3)   Baltimore, MD45210 161R Chesapeake Wheelmen
31475.00Barry Nazarian (15 - Cat3)   Chula Vista, CA113281 188R Montclair Cyclists

Men - Cat 1/2/3/4/5 - Master - 70-74

Place Points NameCity, StateTimeLicenseBibTeam
1450.00Leonard Pettyjohn (1 - Cat2)   Boulder, CO0:55:58 235722 31W Vic's Espresso / Peerless Tyre
2456.82Daniel Wulbert (1 - Cat3)   Cardiff, CA0:55:58 46904 18W Sun Coast Velo/UC Cyclery/JW Floors
3463.64William Meyers (1 - Cat4)   Oak Creek, CO0:55:58 53368 17W 
4470.45Mike Macdonald (2 - Cat3)   Rancho Cordova, CA0:56:48 45626 14W Jaeger Wheelmen
5477.27William Fallis (3 - Cat3)   San Mateo, CA0:56:03 45315 28W Peninsula Velo Cycling Club/Peninsula Velo/Pomodoro
6484.09Dan Taylor (2 - Cat4)   Alamo, CA0:57:09 306272 19W Lamorinda Cycling Club/Taleo Racing
7490.91Thomas Neary (1 - Cat5)   New Meadows, ID0:57:33 280339 27W 
8497.73Earl Henry (2 - Cat2)   Pinellas Park, FL45449 29W Florida Velo
9504.55Franz Hammer (3 - Cat2)   Oro Valley, AZ45423 16W Team RPM
10511.36Edward Camarena (2 - Cat5)   Yorba Linda, CA99513 23W Veloce Santiago
11518.18Walter Schafer (3 - Cat5)   Chico, CA356756 24W 
12525.00Douglas Hoelscher (4 - Cat5)   Golden Valley, MN165590 30W Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club/MBRC/Flanders

Men - Cat 1/2/3/4/5 - Master - 75-79

Place Points NameCity, StateTimeLicenseBibTeam
1450.00Walter Axthelm (1 - Cat5)   Durango, CO0:56:00 2153 6W Durango Wheel Club
2468.75Robert Paganini (1 - Cat3)   Los Angeles, CA0:56:49 45763 11W Pasadena Athletic Assoc (PAA)/PAA/REMAX
3487.50John Oakes (2 - Cat5)   Palo Cedro, CA0:57:18 231437 10W Team Hammer Nutrition
4506.25Frederic Schmid (3 - Cat5)   Waco, TX0:56:11 109257 8W Bicycles Outback/Magura
5525.00Dick Wagner (1 - Cat4)   Yorba Linda, CA0:57:32 51108 7W San Diego Cyclo Vets

Men - Cat 1/2/3/4/5 - Master - 80-99

Place Points NameCity, StateTimeLicenseBibTeam
1450.00Albert Piemme (1 - Cat3)   Sequim, WA0:57:32 28111 2W 
2487.50Paul Tetrick (2 - Cat3)   Evergreen, CO0:57:34 113498 3W 
3525.00Link Lindquist (1 - Cat5)   Foothill Ranch, CA0:56:23 235545 1W Team Velosport Cl

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