2011 USA Cycling Mountain Bike Cross-Country National Champions

  
  


2011 Zion Bank USA Cycling Mountain Bike Cross-Country National Championships
Sun Valley Resort, Ketchum, ID
July 14-17, 2011


Cross-Country

Pro Men: Todd Wells (Durango, Colo./Specialized) 1:44:38
Pro Women: Georgia Gould (Fort Collins, Colo./Luna Pro Team) 1:40:14
U23 Men: Stephen Ettinger (Cashmere, Wash./BMC Mountain Bike Development Team) 1:29:16
U23 Women: Jill Behlen (Boulder, Colo.) 1:30:39
Single Speed Men: Cary Smith (Jackson, Wyo.) 1:21:36
Single Speed Women: Rebecca Rusch (Ketchum, Idaho/Specialized) 1:31:43
Cat 1 Men 15-16: Lucas Newcomb (Nicasio, Calif./Whole Athlete-Specialized) 1:19:11
Cat 1 Women 15-16: Kate Courtney (Kentfield, Calif./Whole Athlete-Specialized) 1:08:52
Cat 1 Men 17-18: Howard Grotts (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 1:12:02
Cat 1 Women 17-18: AliciaRose Pastore (Durango, Colo./Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory DEVO Sweet Elite) 1:03:15
Cat 1 Men 19-24: Brennan Wodtli (Bend, Ore.) 1:18:11
Cat 1 Women 19-24: Katie Sodergren (Breckenridge, Colo.) 1:39:55
Cat 1 Men 25-29: Brendan Shafer (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 1:19:46
Cat 1 Women 25-29: Rose Grant (Kalispell, Mont./Sportsman & Ski Haus) 1:35:17
Cat 1 Men 30-34: Ty Kady (Brea, Calif.) 1:19:21
Cat 1 Women 30-34: Jamie Busch (Los Gatos, Calif.) 1:39:17
Cat 1 Men 35-39: Kyle Dixon (Reno, Nev.) 1:20:10
Cat 1 Women 35-39: Brooke Hovey (Ketchum, Idaho/Mud Honey) 1:34:22
Cat 1 Men 40-44: Mario Fredrick (San Anselmo, Calif./Whole Athlete-Specialized) 1:19:57
Cat 1 Women 40-44: Helene Drumm (San Anselmo, Calif.) 1:37:23
Cat 1 Men 45-49: Donald Myrah (San Jose, Calif.) 1:23:02
Cat 1 Men 50-54: Russell Kappius (Littleton, Colo) 1:26:00
Open Men 10 & Under: Mitchell Baldwin (Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas) 23:14
Open Women 10 & Under: Katie Clouse (Park City, Utah/Cole Sport) 24:58
Open Men 11-12: Sean McElroy (Palmdale, Calif.) 37:30
Open Women 11-12: Camryn Sippy (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 39:10
Open Men 13-14: Christopher Blevins (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 43:45
Open Women 13-14: Tiziana DeHorney (Albuquerque, N.M./Get Out! New Mexico) 51:05
Open Men 55-59: Gary Thacker (Boulder, Colo./Justin’s-Titus Mountain Bike) 1:31:48
Open Women 45-49: Julia Violich (San Anselmo, Calif./Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY 12) 1:35:21
Open Men 60-64: Don Leet (Bend, Ore./Bend Endurance Academy) 49:54
Open Women 50-54: Anne Gonzales (Aspen, Colo.) 1:38:34
Open Men 65-69: James Wagner (Auburn, Wash./Cycle Therapy) 54:18
Open Women 55-59: Lesley Jensen (Benicia, Calif./One Team Racing) 57:58
Open Men 70+: Andy Andrews (Hailey, Idaho) 57:46
Open Women 60+: Martha Iverson (Durango, Colo./Durango Wheel Club) 1:12:47

Short Track Cross-Country

Pro Men: Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (Boulder, Colo./Subaru/TREK) 28:05:00
Pro Women: Katherine Compton (Colorado Springs, Colo./RaboBank - Giant Off Road Team) 25:09:00 
Cat 1 Men 18 & Under: Howard Grotts (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 21:24 
Cat 1 Men 19-29: Jafer Beizer (Conyers, Ga./Tbb Sports) 22:23 
Cat 1 Men 30+: Ty Kady (Brea, Calif.) 21:16
Cat 1 Women: AliciaRose Pastore (Durango, Colo./Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory DEVO Sweet Elite) 20:52 

Super D

Pro/Open Men: Adam Craig (Bend, Ore./Rabobank-Giant) 19:37.0 
Pro/Open Women: Lea Davison (Jericho, Vt./Specialized Factory Racing) 23:06.5 
Men 18 & Under: Mason Bond (Cedar Ridge, Calif./Nevada Union High School Mt Bike Team/Nevada Union Mt Bike Team) 20:38.8 
Women 18 & Under: Kaylee Blevins (Durango, Colo.) 23:31.8
Men 19-29: Greg Krieger (Cedarburg, Wisc.) 21:49.4 
Women 19-29: Simone Kastner (Hailey, Idaho/Mud Honey) 25:05.7
Men 30-39: Billy Damon (Auburn, Calif./Bicycle Emporium) 21:33.2 
Women 30-39: Tara Walhart (San Francisco, Calif.) 25:26.4
Men 40-49: Michael Pastore (Avon, Colo.) 21:31.7
Women 40+: Helene Drumm (San Anselmo, Calif.) 24:42.3
Men 50+: Jordan Swenson (Park City, Utah/Cole Sport) 22:27.2



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