MTB National Ultra-Endurance Calendar Standings: Feb. 24

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USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar Standings

The second event on the 2009 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar, the 12-Hours of Santos, saw Harlan Price (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Rita Borelli (Tallahassee, Fla.) earn wins in the pro men's and women's races. Click here for complete results from the Feb. 21 event in Ocala, Fla.

With the two of eight events now complete on the 2009 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar, the current standings are as follows:

Men's Standings
1. Bryan Fawley (Austin, Texas/Park Place Lexus) 60
1. Harlan Price (Philadelphia, Pa.) 60
2. Robert Lichtenwalner (Nazareth, Pa.) 40
2. J.T. Cody (San Antonio, Texas/Solar Eclipse) 40
3. Ernesto Marenchin (Stowe, Ohio) 30
3. Sean Sindt (Austin, Texas/Austin Flyers-Bicycle Sport Shop) 30

Women's Standings
1. Rita Borelli (Tallahassee, Fla.) 60
1. Rebecca Rusch (Ketchum, Idaho/Specialized-Red Bull) 60
2. Alice Pennington (Hood River, Ore./S&M-Desalvo) 40
2. Sandra Tomlinson (Jacksonville, Fla.) 40
3. Claire McKenna (Austin, Texas/Team Hammerhead) 30
3. Tracey Wallace (Lakeland, Fla./Team Florida) 30

 

*Click here for complete 2009 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra Endurance Calendar men's standings and here for complete women's standings.

The next event on the 2009 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar will be the marathon race at the Spa City Extreme in Hot Springs, Arkansas on March 7-8.

 
   


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