Race Results for
Central Oklahoma Summer Race Series June 2009
Oklahoma City, OK
(Event Information)
Criterium on 06/24/2009

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


Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Open

 Place Points NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1 Paul Bonds   Whitt, TX 4177   
2 Evan Bybee (1 - Cat2)   Oklahoma City, OK 226469   
3 Rob Bell   Oklahoma City, OK 252928   
4 Phillip Wilson   Stillwater, OK 271275   
5 Matthew Jones      
6 Zachary Perkins   Edmond, OK 267610   
7 Gil Summy   Nichols Hills, OK 189403   
8 Erin Elliott   Oklahoma City, OK 225120   
9 James Soto   Norman, OK 51422   
10 Joey Mesa   Oklahoma City, OK 133355   
11 Ryan Westrup   Okc, OK 249711   
12 Brian Parks   Oklahoma City, OK 168619   
13 Tommy Willis   Oklahoma City, OK 229656   
14 Charles Long   Edmond, OK 21513   

Men - Cat 4/5 - Open

 Place Points NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1 Robert Carr   Norman, OK 140640   
2 Troy Albright   Enid, OK 293388   
3 Trent Hickey   Yukon, OK 203080   
4 Jeff Ray      
5 Brady Fain   Denver, CO 282034   
6 Tyler Black   Oklahoma City, OK 227004   
7 Alex Fedak   Oklahoma City, OK 268494   
8 Les Banta   Oklahoma City, OK 200890   
9 Helene Carabin   Nichols Hills, OK 189404   
10 Michael Pickle   Edmond, OK 179676   
11 Eldon Harding   Oklahoma City, OK 218904   
12 Drew Lawrence      
13 Matthew Reynolds   Oklahoma City, OK 166614   
DNF Ted Summers   Tulsa, OK 260678   

Men - Cat 5 - Open

 Place Points NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1 Nemo Codsell      
2 Trey Petty   Moore, OK 296985   
3 Kelly Russell   Enid, OK 292788   
4 Lee Krumholz   Norman, OK 242451   
5 Cody Woods   Oklahoma City, OK 267199   
6 Tim Harris   Enid, OK 251495   
7 Jim Watson      
8 Seth Creed   Fayetteville, AR 294870   
9 Ryan Delong      

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