2003 Masters Track National Champions

Masters Track National Champions
Kenosha, WI
Men
Sprint
30-34 Tony Johnson  
35-39 Kenny Williams  
40-44 Wilhelmus Zegers  
45-49 Gilbert Hatton  
50-54 Patrick Gellineau  
55-59 Mark Rodamaker  
60-64 Earl Henry  
65+ Sprint Luigi Fabbri  
Time Trial
30-34 1 km Stathy Touloumis  
35-39 1 km Kenny Williams  
40-44 1 km Wilhelmus Zegers  
45-49 1 km Jeffrey Fillerup  
50-54 500m Bill Ziegler  
55-59 500m Mark Rodamaker  
60-64 500m Victor Copeland  
65+ 500m Luigi Fabbri  
3 km TT
30-34 Curtis Gunn  
35-39 Kenny Williams  
40-44 Victor Williams  
45-49 Glenn Bunselmeyer  
2 km TT
50-54 Clive Dawson  
55-59 Lawrence Bosch  
60-64 Victor Copeland  
65+ John Nieman  
Points Race
30-34 Curtis Gunn  
35-39 Kenny Williams  
40-44 Curtis Tolson  
45-49 Harold Lew  
50-54 Clive Dawson  
55-59 Mark Rodamaker  
60-64 Victor Copeland  
65+ Andy Werth  
Team Pursuit
30+ John Simmons  
  David McCook  
  Gary Brown  
  Tom Fahey  
45+ Scott Porter  
  Tom Bain  
  Doug Regester  
  Roger Parenteau  
Men Team Sprint 100-134 Brian Abers  
  Kenny Williams  
  Chris Henderson  
Men Team Sprint 135+ Mark Rodamaker  
  Jeffrey Fillerup  
  Wilhelmus Zegers  
Madison 70+ Curtis Tolson  
  Kenny Williams  
Women
Sprint
30-34
Elizabeth Reap  
35-39 Laura Pasciznyk  
40+ Annette Hanson  
500M TT
30-34 Elizabeth Reap  
35-39 Laura Pasicznyk  
40-44 Annette Hanson  
40-45 Anne Marie Love  
50+ Dee Dee Scadron  
2 km Pursuit
30-34
Josephine Babin  
35-39 Carla Koehler  
40-44 Annette Hanson  
45-49 Lisa Tonello  
50+ Terry Ann Roach  
Team Sprint
100+
Cecilia Altamirano  
  Jen Coler  
  Kelly Bartholomew  
Points Race
30-34 Elizabeth Reap  
35-39 Nancy Daigler  
40+ Annette Hanson  
Team Pursuit
  Norrene Godfrey  
  Annette Hanson  
  Terry Roach  
  Carla Koehler  


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