More Stars-and-Stripes jerseys awarded on day two of Masters Track Nationals

  
  


Annabell Holland qualifies for the women's 50-54 sprint in the 200-meter round
Annabell Holland got silver in the women's 50-54 sprint. Photo by Tim Chandonnet.
Redmond, Wash. (August 20, 2014) – The 2014 USA Cycling Masters Track National Championships continued in the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday with more individual pursuits, time trials, scratch races, points races and sprints. At the end of the day, another seventeen national champions were crowned.  
 
Individual Pursuits
 
Gregory Pent (Boulder, Colo./Boulder Orthopedics) took the first gold medal of the day when he beat out Kevin Phillips (Redondo Beach, Calif./Ironfly) by two seconds in the men's 40-44 individual pursuit. That event was followed up by the women's 35-39 individual pursuit in which Jennifer Triplett (Colorado Springs, Colo./Boulder Orthopedics) grabbed the top step of the podium ahead of Sarah Munoz (Redondo Beach, Clif./South Bay Wheelmen).
 
Time Trials

 
Women's 45-59 time trial podium
Gea Johnson tops the women's 45-59 time trial podium. Photo by Tim Chandonnet.
James Lawrence (Colorado Springs, Colo./CP Racing) time trialed his way to a Stars-and-Stripes jersey when he completed the men's 45-49 kilometer event in a time of 1:09.806. He bested the 1:10.808 posted by David Klipper (Portland, Ored./Guinness Cycling Team) who took another silver medal to add to the one he grabbed on Tuesday in the individual pursuit. In the men's 70-74 event, James Kinsinger (Erie, Colo./Boulder Orthopedics) clocked a 41.199 over the 500 meters to take the top step of the podium ahead of second-place finisher Leo Menestrina (San Jose, Calif./Alto Velo Racing Club). James Kloss (Huntington Beach, Calif./South Bay Wheelmen) added another national title to his collection when he posted a 41.358 in the men's 75-59 contest to win the gold medal ahead of silver medalist Robert Kenner (Encinitas, Calif./Eddie B. Cycling), and David Ellefson (Banner Elk, N.C./360 Racing) again rode his way into a Stars-and-Stripes jersey for the men's 80-84 group. The only women's time trial of the day was in the 45-49 age group and it was won by Gea Johnson (Scottsdale, Ariz./Ride-Faster.com) with a time of 37.747 over the 500 meters. She bested the 39.471 posted by second fastest rider, Buffie Wuestewald (Sunnyvale, Calif./San Jose Bicycle Club).
 
Scratch Races

 
Wednesday morning sprint early rounds
Sprint finals were held Wednesday in the women's 50-54, men's 60-64, and men's 55-59 groups. Photo by Tim Chandonnet.
Elizabeth Heller (St. Louis, Mo./Quantum Mesa Cycles) took her second gold medal of the event when she dominated the women's 55-59 scratch race to grab the win ahead of silver medalist Carol Johnson (Seattle, Wash./Puget Sound Cycling Club). Sheila Walsh (Seattle, Wash./Jet City Velo) improved upon her silver medal performance in Tuesday's points race when she won the women's 60-64 scratch race on Wednesday. She beat out silver medalist Lynn Rivier (Highland Park, Ill./Pact-DISH Network Cycling). Jo Johnson (Wilmington, Del./Riptide Cycling) also added to her hardware collection during the evening session when she took the gold medal in the women's 65-69 scratch race ahead of Ruth Gustafson (Edmonds, Wash./Sound Velo Cycling Club). In the only men's scratch race of the day, the 50-54 group, Daniel Smith (Menlo Park, Calif./Morgan Stanley Cycling Team) was victorious ahead of his teammate, Donald Langley (Morgan Hill, Calif./Morgan Stanley Cycling Team).
 
Points Races
 
Leo Pettus (Yorba Linda, Calif./OCW-Paramount Racing) took his first national title of the event when he dominated the men's 65-69 points race. Pettus finished the event with 35 points compared to the 28 earned by second place rider Richard Lilleberg (Seattle, Wash./South Bay Wheelmen). Cheryl Fuller-Muller (Cumming, Ga./Garneau Factory Team) grabbed another national title when she won the women's 40-44 points race with 25 points compared the twelve picked up by silver medalist Bre Rue (Portland, Ore./Fred Meyer Cycling Team). In the men's 35-39 points race, Kevin Schiller (San Diego, Calif.) collected 36 points to ride his way onto the top of the podium ahead of second-place finisher Ian Mensher (Seattle, Wash./Stranamanti Cycling) who collected 21 points.
 
Sprints
 
In the finals of the women's 50-54 sprint, Annette Williams (Kenmore, Wash./Kenmore Velo) added a gold medal to the one she took yesterday in the scratch race when she outsprinted Annabell Holland (Livermore, Calif./San Jose Bicycle Club).  Kurt Sato (San Pedro, Calif./South Bay Wheelmen) made his deput on the medal stand at this event with a win in the men's 55-59 sprint. He beat out silver medalist Aron Seiken (Fort Worth, Texas/Momentum Coaching Group p/b Atomic) in the finals. In the next age group up, the men's 60-64, Keith Macbeth (Santa Cruz, Calif./24 Hours of Flathead) outsprinted Robert Pelegrin (Redondo Beach, Calif./Team Makuri) for the gold medal.
 
Coming up tomorrow
 
Action resumes at the Marymoor Velodrome on Thursday with more individual pursuit, time trial, scratch race, points race, and sprint competition.  Click here for a complete schedule with start lists.  Stay tuned to www.usacycling.org for a wrap-up of each day. You can also follow #TrackNats on Twitter.
 
COMPLETE RESULTS
 
PHOTO GALLERY
 
2014 USA Cycling Masters Track National Championships
Marymoor Velodrome – Redmond, Wash.
August 19-24, 2014                                                                              

Men 40-44 Individual Pursuit

1.  Gregory Pent (Boulder, Colo.)   Boulder Orthopedics   3:42.196 
2.  Kevin Phillips (Redondo Beach, Calif.)   Ironfly   3:44.048 
3.  Daryl Hemenway (SAN JOSE)   Performance Cycle Coaching   3:49.889 
4.  Jamie Mikami (Portland, Ore.)      3:51.530 
5.  Peter Baughman (Carnation, Wash.)   Kenmore Velo   3:52.930 
 

Women 35-39 Individual Pursuit

1.  Jennifer Triplett (Colorado Springs, Colo.)   Boulder Orthopedics   2:44.669 
2.  Sarah Munoz (Redondo Beach, Calif.)   South Bay Wheelmen   2:48.045 
3.  Jennifer Kalich (AROMAS)   Los Gatos Bicycle Racing Club   2:54.523 
 

Men 45-49 Kilometer Time Trial

1.  James Lawrence (Colorado Springs, Colo.)   CP Racing   1:09.806 
2.  David Klipper (Portland, Ore.)   Guinness Cycling Team   1:10.808 
3.  Daniel Casper (Northfield, Minn.)   Revolution Cycle/Twin Six   1:12.345 
4.  David Broekema (San Francisco, Calif.)   NorCal Elite Cycling   1:12.475 
5.  Mike Freimann (Port Orchard, Wash.)   Jet City Velo   1:12.912 
 

Men 70-74 500-meter Time Trial

1.  James Kinsinger (Erie, Colo.)   Boulder Orthopedics   41.199 
2.  Leo Menestrina (San Jose, Calif.)   Alto Velo Racing Club   41.344 
3.  Dale Harless (Bellevue, Wash.)   Apex Racing Team   41.798 
4.  Earl Henry (Pinellas Park, Fla.)   Guinness Cycling Team   42.188 
5.  David Trousdale (Mountain View, Calif.)   Alto Velo Racing Club   42.783 
 

Men 75-79 500-meter Time Trial

1.  James Kloss (Huntington Beach, Calif.)   South Bay Wheelmen   41.358 
2.  Robert Kenner (Encinitas, Calif.)   Eddie B Cycling   42.425 
3.  J Robert Beck (Hanover Park, Ill.)   Midwest Masters Cycling Team   44.477 
4.  Jim Turner (Menlo Park, Calif.)   Alto Velo Racing Club   44.486 
5.  Peter Neuer (Huntersville, N.C.)      45.302 
 

Men 80-84 500-meter Time Trial

1.  David Ellefson (Banner Elk, N.C.)   360 Racing   47.692 
 

Women 45-49 500-meter Time Trial

1.  Gea Johnson (Scottsdale, Ariz.)   Ride-Faster.com   37.747 
2.  Buffie Wuestewald (Sunnyvale, Calif.)   San Jose Bicycle Club   39.471 
3.  Kelly Grant (HOUSTON)   Northwest Cycling Club   40.906 
4.  Heidi Blackie (Seattle, Wash.)   Lake Washington Velo   41.411 
5.  Michelle Mercer (INDIANAPOLIS)      41.892 

Women Master 55-59 Scratch Race

1.  Elizabeth Heller (St. Louis, Mo.)   Quantum Mesa Cycles    
2.  Carol Johnson (Seattle, Wash.)   Puget Sound Cycling Club    
3.  Valerie Tiemann (Spring, Texas)   Northwest Cycling Club    
 

Women 60-64 Scratch Race

1.  Sheila Walsh (Seattle, Wash.)   Jet City Velo    
2.  Lynn Rivier (Highland Park, Ill.)   Pact- DISH Network Cycling    
3.  Jan Palchikoff (Los Angeles, Calif.)   Velo Club LaGrange    
4.  Barbara Thiele (Hillsboro, Ore.)   TEMPO/KWC    
 

Women 65-69 Scratch Race

1.  Jo Johnson (Wilmington, Del.)   Riptide Cycling    
2.  Ruth Gustafson (EDMONDS WA)   Sound Velo Cycling Club    
 

Men  50-54 Scratch Race

1.  Daniel Smith (Menlo Park, Calif.)   Morgan Stanley Cycling Team    
2.  Donald Langley (Morgan Hill, Calif.)   Morgan Stanley Cycling Team    
3.  Russell Murphy (Kirkwood, Mo.)   Penrose Park Velo Team    
4.  Curtis Tolson (Louisville, Ky.)   Kentucky Flyers Cycling Inc    
5.  Ronald Sielinski (Redmond, Wash.)   Therapeutic Associates Racing    

Women 50-54 Sprint

1.  Annabell Holland (Livermore, Calif.)   San Jose Bicycle Club    
2.  Annette Williams (Kenmore, Wash.)   Kenmore Velo    
 

Men 55-59 Sprint

1.  Kurt Sato (San Pedro, Calif.)   South Bay Wheelmen    
2.  Aron Seiken (Ft Worth, Texas)   Momentum Coaching Group p/b Atomic    
3.  George Luft (Parkland, Fla.)       
4.  Kevin Wayman (Saint Louis, Mo.)   Penrose Park Velo Team    
5.  Steven Lindell (Bellevue, Wash.)   Puget Sound Cycling Club    
 

Men 60-64 Sprint

1.  Keith Macbeth (Santa Cruz, Calif.)   24 Hours of Flathead   12.333 
2.  Robert Pelegrin (Redondo Beach, Calif.)   Team Makuri   12.795 
3.  Robert Cronin (Santa Cruz, Calif.)   Performance Cycle Coaching   13.202 
4.  Bill Ziegler (ENCINITAS)   Eddie B Cycling   13.063 
5.  Lawrence Szabo (Oakland, Calif.)   Performance Cycle Coaching   13.063 


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