NCC: White moves into third in men's standings with Glencoe win

  
  


(June 3, 2014) – Bradley White (Holland, Mich./UnitedHealthcare) won the men’s pro race at the 2014 Glencoe Grand Prix in Glencoe, Ill., May 31, to move into the top five in the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) standings.
 
MEN
David Cueli, Bradley White and Anthony Canevari (l to r) took the podium at the 2014 Glencoe Grand Prix.
David Cueli, Bradley White and Anthony Canevari (l to r) took the podium at the 2014 Glencoe Grand Prix. (photo by Andy Rogers)


White won his second consecutive Glencoe Grand Prix after finishing the course in 2:01:05, which pulled him into third in the men’s NCC standings. Carlos Alzate Escobar (COL/UnitedHealthcare) maintained his standings lead with 280 points, while Daniel Holloway (Morgan Hill, Calif./Athlete Octane Cycling) moved from third to second following his fifth-place finish at Glencoe, bringing his points total to 238. White rounds out the top three with 220 points, just ahead of Isaac Howe (Winooski, Vt./Champion System-Stans No Tubes), who sits in fourth place with 219 points, while Luke Keough (Sandwich, Mass./UnitedHealthcare) holds down the fifth spot with a total of 177.
 
WOMEN
 
On the women's side, Erica Allar (Tucson, Ariz./Colavita Racing, Inc.) remains as the top-ranked rider with 385 points. Samantha Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis./TIBCO-To the Top) slid into the top five with a fourth-place finish, displacing Alison Powers (Pinecliffe, Colo./UnitedHealthcare) and raising her points total to 197. The women’s top four of Allar, Laura Van Gilder (Cresco, Pa./Van Dessel Factory Team p/b Mellow Mushroom), Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) and Tina Pic (Hailey, Idaho/Fearless Femme) remained unchanged.
 
TEAM
 
UnitedHealthcare maintained its commanding lead of the men’s standings with 995 points, while Athlete Octane Cycling jumped from fifth to second with 388 points following a strong weekend. Astellas Cycling Team, Champion System-Stans NoTubes and SmartStop Pro Cycling all slid down one spot. On the women’s side Colavita-Fine Cooking overtook UnitedHealthcare with 712 points. UnitedHealthcare is in second with 704. TIBCO/To the Top remained in third with 562, while Pepper Palace Pro Cycling passed Fearless Femme for fourth, bringing Pepper Palace Pro Cycling’s point total to 379.
 
Full Glencoe Grand Prix results.
 
USA Cycling NCC standings
 
Men
1.  Carlos Alzate Escobar (COL/UnitedHealthcare)- 280
2.  Daniel Holloway (Morgan Hill, Calif./Athlete Octane Cycling)- 238
3.  Bradley White (Holland, Mich./UnitedHealthcare)- 220
4.  Isaac Howe (Winooski, Vt./Champion System-Stans No Tubes)- 219
5.  Luke Keough (Sandwich, Mass./UnitedHealthcare)- 177
 
Women
1.  Erica Allar (Tucson, Ariz./Colavita Racing, Inc.)- 385
2.  Laura Van Gilder (Cresco, Pa./Van Dessel Factory Team p/b Mellow Mushroom)- 289
3.  Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare)- 280
4.  Tina Pic (Hailey, Idaho/Fearless Femme)- 224
5.  Samantha Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis./TIBCO-To the Top)- 197
 
Men’s Team Standings
1.  UnitedHealthcare- 995
2.  Athlete Octane Cycling- 388
3.  Astellas Cycling Team- 357
4.  Champion System-Stans NoTubes- 341
5.  SmartStop Pro Cycling- 277
 
Women’s Team Standings
1.  Colavita-Fine Cooking- 712
2.  UnitedHealthcare- 704
3.  TIBCO/To the Top- 562
4.  Pepper Palace Pro Cycling- 379
5.  Fearless Femme- 287
 
For complete standings, visit the National Criterium Calendar webpage.
 
The NCC will continue with the Saint Francis Tulsa Tough in Tulsa, Okla., June 6-8, and the Air Force Association Cycling Classic in Arlington, Va., June 7-8.

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