Race Results for
Port Road Time Trial Race Series
Catoosa, OK
(Event Information)
This is a non-competitive event
Individual Time Trial on 06/29/2003

Note: Ranking points are NOT upgrade points. An explanation of ranking points can be found here.

Men - Junior - JR - 10-18

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Alexander Welch   Denver, CO20m58s 186958  57 Team Power Train
2Blake McMahon   Tulsa, OK21m58s 151694  53 Team Power Train
3Thomas French   Tulsa, OK22m49s 179511  51 Team Power Train
4Alex Schneider   Tulsa, OK23m2s 193323  54 Team Power Train
5Benjamin Silk   Broken Arrow, OK24m10s 164011  56 Team Power Train
6Alexander Lewis   Denver, CO24m54s 196504  52 
7Will Shaw   25m36s  55 

Men - Master - MR - 19-44

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Ryan Keels   Austin21m26s 188340  70 Team Power Train
2Keith Winn   Tulsa, OK21m28s 193681  76 Tulsa Wheelmen
3Russell McMahon   Tulsa, OK22m3s 151695  73 Tulsa Wheelmen
4Randall Clayborn   Hollywood, CA22m38s 172847  68 
5Chris Anderson   22m39s  67 
6Joe Lederer   Tulsa, OK23m34s 58829  72 Fayetteville Wheelmen
7Ryan Fiddler   24m21s  69 
8Timothy King   Tulsa, OK24m22s 87604  71 Oklahoma Velo Sports
9Jason Ward   Springfield, MO24m33s 201027  74 Tulsa Wheelmen
10Frank Wilborn   Broken Arrow, OK25m48s 42967  75 Tulsa Wheelmen

Men - Master - MR - 45-99

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Jerry Neville   21m4s  63 
2Gary Breipohl   Tulsa, OK24m18s 189845  58 Tulsa Wheelmen
3Harold Hicks   24m19s  61 
4Steve Lee   Tulsa, OK24m48s 186461  62 
5Greg Burns   27m7s  59 
6George Sherrick   27m39s  65 
7Roger Walker   28m45s  66 
8Fred DeLacerda   Stillwater, OK29m22s 186438  60 Tulsa Wheelmen
DNFGary Parker   DNF  64 

Women - Master - MR - 19-99

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Julie Thomas   Tulsa, OK25m57s 35354  79 Oklahoma Velo Sports
2Barbara Parker   Tulsa, OK27m50s 57749  77 Tulsa Wheelmen
3Denise Sherrick   Tulsa, OK29m14s 200889  78 

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