Riders race the clock in time trial test on Day 2 of nationals

  
  


Amber Neben earned the Stars-and-Stripes jersey after winning the time trial on Thursday. (Photo by Jonthan Devich)
Amber Neben earned the Stars-and-Stripes jersey after winning the time trial on Thursday. (Photo by Jonthan Devich)
The first Stars-and-Stripes jerseys of the 2012 USA Cycling Elite, U23, Juniors & Paralympic Road National Championships were awarded Thursday night in Augusta, Ga. Riders were recognized with medals and jerseys for their performances in Thursday's time trial at J. Strom Thurmond Dam and Wednesday's road races at Fort Gordon.

Elite Women
The elite women's time trial consisted of 40 of the country's best women time trialists competing on a 30-kilometer course, headed by 2012 Olympians Amber Neben (Lake Forest, Calif./Specialized-lululemon) and Evelyn Stevens (Dennis, Mass./Specialized-lululemon). The two London-bound athletes did not disappoint as the teammates took the top two spots of the podium, finishing 1.2 seconds apart. Neben used finishing second to Stevens in last year's contest as motivation in 2012 as she recorded a 39:27.375. Stevens finished with a 39:28.583, 18 seconds faster than bronze medalist, Alison Powers (Pinecliffe, Colo./NOW and Novartis for MS), who registered a time of 39:46.498. Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) and Alison Tetrick (Mill Valley, Calif./Exergy Twenty12) rounded the podium with times of 40:51.088 and 41:00.186, respectively.

"It was exciting to win today," Neben said. "I've been second too many times. It feels really good to win. I didn't know what to expect. I was able to have a really good ride today. Winning the national title just means so much. I cannot tell you how excited I am."

Men's U23
Larry Warbasse
(Traverse City, Mich./BMC-Hincapie Sportswear Development Team) was the 10th rider out of the start house in the men's U23 race. He scorched the 30-kilometer course with a time of 37:17.97, putting him in the hot seat. Warbasse's time stood as the time to beat until the 56th rider, 2011 silver medalist Lawson Craddock (Austin, Texas/Bontrager-Livestrong Team), finished his ride in a seemingly unbeatable time of 36:57.66. The second-to-last rider of the category, Evan Huffman (Elk Grove, Calif./California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized), bested Craddock's time by 17 seconds, posting a 36:40.735 to win the second national championship of his cycling career. The 2011 national champion, Nathan Brown (Covington, Tenn./Bontrager Livestrong Team), slid into third place, recording a time of 37:15.002. Eamon Lucas (Fremont, Calif./California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) moved into fifth place with a mark of 37:27.148.

Evan Huffman won the Men's U23 time trial national championship. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
Evan Huffman won the Men's U23 time trial national championship. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
"After the time trial at the Tour of the Gila, I knew it was possible to win here, already beating Nate (Brown) and Lawson (Craddock) there," Huffman said. "I just had to make sure I was able to do it on the day. This feels really good. It's almost a little bit more of a relief because I felt like a favorite coming in."

Juniors Men 17-18
The day's first time trialists were the juniors men 17-18, starting at 8 a.m. ET. The early start time did not daunt the competitors as 100 of the country's best 17-18 time trial competitors toed the line in a 30-kilometer competition for the national championship. In the end, the riders from Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development posted three of the top five results, including the winner Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo.), who finished with a time of 37.45.758. Just over one minute behind him, in second place was T.J. Eisenhart (Levi, Utah/Velosport Racing), who finished in 38:45.606. The bronze medalist, with a time of 38:58.854, was Cameron Rex (Shawnee, Kan./Gateway Harley-Davidson). Daniel's teammates occupied the final two spots as Michael Dessau (Boulder, Colo.) and Jordan Cullen (Hudson, Wisc.) posted 39:00.463 and 39:08.222, respectively.

"This feels great," Daniel said. "I've been chasing this title for a few years now. I got third two years ago and second last year, so it's finally great to win the national title for the first time in the time trial."

Elite Men
Julian Kyer
(Boulder, Colo./Juwi Solar Cycling) bested a field of 57 elite men competitors by recording a 36:36.7 in the 30-kilometer time trial to collect the gold medal. The 2011 silver medalist in this contest, Timothy Mitchell (Ashland, Mass./CCB Racing), who had the luxury of being the last competitor in the start house, finished second, 15 seconds behind Kyer, with a time of 36:51.233. Brant Speed (Austin, Texas/787 Racing) finished third with a time of 37:24.204 while James Peterman (Boulder, Colo./Sonic Boom Racing). The winner of the elite men's criterium in 2011, David Wenger (Austin, Texas/Bicycle Sport Shop p/b Integrity-Super Squadra), rounded out the podium in fifth place with a time of 37:37.611.

U23 Women

Kaitlin Antonneau topped the U23 Women's podium after winning her time trial contest. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
Kaitlin Antonneau topped the U23 Women's podium after winning her time trial contest. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
In an 11-woman field, Kaitlin Antonneau (Racine, Wisc./Exergy Twenty12) rode away with the U23 women's time trial, winning by 42 seconds. Antonneau traversed the 30-kilometer course in 42:26.346 while her closest competitor, Jessica Prinner (South Elgin, Ill./ABD Cycling Club), finished in 43:08.816. Finishing 44 seconds behind Prinner was Maura Kinsella (St. Louis, Mo./Vanderkitten-Focus) with a time of 43:52.558 to secure the bronze medal. Ashley James (Dousman, Wisc./NOW and Novartis for MS) posted a time of 43:59.679 to finish fourth while Danielle Haulman (Davis, Calif./TIBCO to the Top) finished fifth registering a time of 45:18.062.

Juniors Women 17-18
Addyson Albershardt
(Matthews, N.C./NOW and Novartis for MS) torched the 23-starter field of juniors women 17-18, winning by almost 50 seconds. Albershardt completed her 19-kilometer ride in 28:28.621. The silver medalist, Grace Alexander (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Development Squad)), completed the course in 29:17.942, 16 seconds faster than the bronze medalist Kayla Sterling (Allen, Texas/Exergy Twenty12). Alexis Ryan (Ventura, Calif./Team TIBCO II) posted a time of 30:12.446 to finish fourth while Erin Donohue (Norwich, Vt./Killington Mountain School Cycling Team-Woodstock Bicycle Club) was only two seconds behind her with a time of 30:14.752.

Juniors Men 15-16

Greg Daniel took home the gold medal after winning the juniors men's 15-16 national title. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
Greg Daniel took home the gold medal after winning the juniors men's 15-16 national title. (Photo by Jonathan Devich)
The juniors men 15-16 19-kilometer time trial was dominated by Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development as that team bested a field of 83 starters to earn the gold, silver and bronze medals. Zeke Mostov (San Francisco, Calif.) took the top prize with a time of 25:54.316, 19 seconds faster than silver-medalist Jake Silverberg (Pembroke Pines, Fla.). The bronze medalist, Adrien Costa (Los Altos, Calif.), finished six seconds behind Silverberg with a mark of 26:19.682, narrowly edging fourth-place William Barta (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Development Squad)), who posted a mark of 26:19.714. Rounding out the podium, in fifth place was the winner of the juniors men 13-14 time trial in 2011, Jack Maddux (Fresno, Calif./Team Specialized Racing Juniors), who registered a 26:51.481.

Juniors Women 15-16
Claire vanEkdom
(Chevy Chase, Md./JET Cycling) built on Wednesday's road race win by winning Thursday's time trial by a significant margin. VanEkdom completed her 19-kilometer contest in 30:01.054 was 55 seconds faster than her closest competitor, Zoe Reeves (Grand Rapids, Mich./Einstein Racing). Reeves' mark of 30:56.387 was four seconds faster than the bronze medalist Zoe Mullins (Altamonte Springs, Fla./Colavita Racing Inc.). Rounding out the podium were Kirsten Williams (Lone Tree, Colo./Natural Grocers Cycling Team) and Hannah Swan (Alpine, Calif./Strive Racing) with times of 31:04.465 and 31:19.081, respectively.

Juniors Men 13-14
Gage Hecht
(Parker, Colo./International Christian Cycling Club) added a second gold medal from his haul from this event after winning the juniors men 13-14 time trial with a time of 13:23.14. The second-place rider, Sean McElroy (Palmdale, Calif./Team Specialized Racing Juniors) was 29 seconds behind him, finishing his 19-kilometer contest in 13:52.12. The bronze medalist, Christopher Blevins (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) posted a time less than a half-second higher than McElroy's, finishing in 13:52.57 while the fourth-place finisher Bo Knickman (Newbury Park, Calif./Breakaway from Cancer Masters) posted a time of 13:56.27. Ian Clarke (Killington, Vt./Killington Mountain School) finished his race against the clock in 14:03.67 to finish fifth.

Juniors Women 13-14
Gina Johnson
(Park Ridge, Ill./Village-Verdigris Cycling) was 28 seconds faster than the closest competitor in the juniors women's 13-14 10-kilometer time trial. Hannah Green (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Development Squad)) rode away with the silver medal with a 15:50.76 mark, five seconds faster than the bronze medalist Julyn Aguila (El Paso, Texas/Major Motion Cycling Club). Hannah Arensman (Rutherford College, N.C./DIY Junior Development Team p/b ABRC) finished fourth with a time of 16:27.240 and Ann Weigel (Clermont, Fla./Orlando Road Club Inc.) rounded out the podium with a time of 16:29.040.

Juniors Men 10-12
The juniors men 10-12 competition saw another repeat performance as Adam Croft (Toano, Va./Slipstream-Craddock Juniors Development), who won Wednesday's road race, topped the podium with a time of 16:25.66. Davis Branyon (Gainesville, Ga./Frazier Cycling Juniors) finished the 10-kilometer contest in second place with a time of 16:53.69, about four seconds faster than the bronze medalist, Ben Clark (Portland, Ore./Beaverton Bicycle Club). Colton Villa (Johns Creek, Ga.) and Sean Quinn (Sherman Oaks, Calif./CPT) rounded out the podium with times of 17:09.83 and 17:17.284, respectively.

Juniors Women 10-12
The riders from the BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Development Squad) posted the best two finishes in the juniors women 10-12 group. The winner of Wednesday's road race, Megan Doherty (Boise, Idaho), struck gold after traveling 10 kilometers in 15:38.908 while Abigail Youngwerth (Boise, Idaho), who finished third on Wednesday, climbed one step higher on the podium, placing second in Thursday's time trial with a time of 17:29.072. Isabella Brookshire (Hendersonville, N.C./DIY Juniors Development Team p/b ABRC) barely missed the silver medal, but earned the bronze with a time of 17:29.632. The 2012 road race silver medalist, Katie Clouse (Park City, Utah/Cole Sport), placed fourth in the time trial while Lauren Garriques (Lake Forest, Ill.) rounded out the podium with a time of 17:41.776.

Paralympic National Championships
A record number of cyclists competed in the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Road Cycling National Championships Thursday, aiming not only for national champion titles, but also spots on Team USA for the 2012 Paralympic Games. More than 110 athletes, an increase of 25% from 2011, registered for the 19-kilometer time trial at the J. Strom Thurmond Dam and Lake, just over the state border in South Carolina. The event was the final race influencing the selection of road cyclists for the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Team that will compete in London later this summer.

Winning national titles on Thursday were: Allison Jones (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won the women's C2, Jamie Whitmore (Mount Akum, Calif.) won the women's C3, Megan Fisher (Missoula, Mont.) won the women's C4, Kelly Crowley (Redwood City, Calif.) won the women's C5, Cassie Mitchell (Atlanta, Ga.) won the women's H1, Marianna Davis (Salt Lake City, Utah) won the women's H2, Monica Bascio (Evergreen, Colo.) won the women's H3 and the tandem of Karissa Whitsell (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and pilot Debbie Milne (Belden, Miss.) won the women's BVI national championship.

The men who won national titles were: Douglas Schneebeck (Albuquerque, N.M) won the men's T1, Steven Peace (San Diego, Calif.) won the men's T2, Anthony Zahn (Lincoln, Neb.) won the men's C1, Aaron Keith (Woodinville, Wash.) won the men's C2, Joseph Berenyi (Oswego, Ill. won the men's C3, Sam Kavanagh (Bozeman, Mont.) won the men's C4, Mark Gyulafia (Portland, Ore. won the men's C5, Anthony Pedeferri (Camarillo, Calif.) won the men's H1, William Lachenauer (Reno, Nev.) won the men's H2, Carlos Moleda (Bluffton, S.C.) won the men's H3, Dane Pilon (Raleigh, N.C.) won the men's H4 and the tandem of Clark Rachfal (Annapolis, Md.) and pilot David Swanson (Tucson, Ariz.) won the men's BVI.

Results from Thursday’s Paralympic time trial will help determine the athletes selected for the team that will compete in the time trial at the Paralympic Games in London later this summer. The team will be announced during one of the podium ceremonies on June 22 in Downtown Augusta.

Criterium
The six-corner criterium course to be contested on Friday in Downtown Augusta will highlight the nation’s top sprinters featuring a varying amount of laps (depending on age group) around a 1.25-kilometer course with a maximum elevation gain of only three feet. The 2011 edition of the criterium was certainly memorable as officials decided to shorten the race to avoid an incoming thunderstorm. The decision proved correct as thunder cracked and rain poured just as Shelley Olds (Gilroy, Calif./AA Drink-Leontien Cycling Team.NL) crossed the finish line to earn the Stars-and-Stripes in that event for the second consecutive year.

For complete details on this event, including results, course maps, schedule and a photo gallery, please visit the event web site.

2012 USA Cycling Elite, U23, Juniors & Paralympic Road National Championships
Augusta, Ga.
June 20-24

FULL RESULTS

PHOTO GALLERY

Elite Men – 30 kilometers
1. Julian Kyer (Boulder Colo./Juwi Solar Cycling) 36:36.700
2. Timothy Mitchell (Ashland, Mass./CCB Racing-CCB) 36:51.233
3. Brant Speed (Austin, Texas/787 Racing) 37:24.204
4. James Peterman (Boulder, Colo./Sonic Boom Racing) 37:25.734
5. David Wenger (Austin, Texas/Bicycle Sport Shop pb Integrity/Super Squadra) 37:37.611

Men - U23 - 30 kilometers
1. Evan Huffman (Elk Grove, Calif./California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) 36:40.735
2. G Lawson Craddock (Austin, Texas/Bontrager LIVESTRONG) 36:57.660
3. Nathan Brown (Covington, Tenn./Bontrager LIVESTRONG Team) 37:15.002
4. Lawrence Warbasse (Traverse City, Mich./BMC/Hincapie Sportswear Development Team) 37:17.970
5. Eamon Franck (Fremont, CA/California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) 37:27.148

Men - Junior - 17-18 – 30 kilometers
1. Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 37:45.758
2. Taylor (T.J.) Eisenhart (Lehi, Utah/Velosport Racing) 38:45.606
3. Cameron Rex (Shawnee, Kan./Gateway Harley-Davidson) 38:58.854
4. Michael Dessau (Boulder, Colo./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 39:00.463
5. Jordan Cullen (Hudson, Wisc./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 39:08.222

Men - Junior - 15-16 – 19 kilometers
1. Zeke Mostov (San Francisco, Calif./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 25:54.316
2. Jake Silverberg (Pembroke Pines, Fla./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 26:13.939
3. Adrien Costa (Los Altos, Calif.Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 26:19.682
4. William Barta (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad)) 26:19.714
5. Jack Maddux (Fresno, Calif./Team Specialized Racing Juniors) 26:51.481

Men - Junior - 13-14 – 10 kilometers
1. Gage Hecht (Parker, Colo./International Christian Cycling Club) 13:23.140
2. Sean McElroy (Palmdale, Calif./Team Specialized Racing Juniors) 13:52.120
3. Christopher Blevins (Durango, Colo./Durango Devo) 13:52.570
4. Bo Knickman (Newbury Park, Calif./Breakaway from Cancer Masters) 13:56.270
5. Ian Clarke (Killington, Vt./Killington Mountain School) 14:03.670

Men - Junior - 10-12 – 10 kilometers
1. Adam Croft (Toano, Va./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 16:25.660
2. Davis Branyon (Gainesville, Ga./Frazier Cycling Juniors/Frazier Cycling) 16:53.690
3. Ben Clark (Portland, Ore./Beaverton Bicycle Club) 16:57.405
4. Colton Villa (Johns Creek, Ga.) 17:09.830
5. Sean Quinn (Sherman Oaks, Calif./CPT) 17:17.284

Elite Women – 30 kilometers
1. Amber Neben (Lake Forest, Calif./Specialized-Lululemon) 39:27.375
2. Evelyn Stevens (Dennis, Mass./Specialized-lululemon) 39:28.583
3. Alison Powers (Pinecliffe, Colo./NOW and Novartis for MS) 39:46.498
4. Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 40:51.088
5. Alison Tetrick (Mill Valley, Calif./Exergy Twenty12) 41:00.186

Women - U23 – 30 kilometers
1. Kaitlin Antonneau (Racine, Wisc./Exergy Twenty12) 42:26.346
2. Jessica Prinner (South Elgin, Ill./ABD Cycling Club) 43:08.816
3. Maura Kinsella (St. Louis, Mo./Vanderkitten-Focus/Vanderkitten) 43:52.558
4. Ashley James (Dousman, Wisc./NOW and Novartis for MS) 43:59.679
5. Danielle Haulman (Davis, Calif./TIBCO to The Top) 45:18.062

Women - Junior - 17-18 – 19 kilometers
1. Addyson Albershardt (Matthews, N.C./NOW and Novartis for MS) 28:28.621
2. Grace Alexander (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad)) 29:17.942
3. Kayla Sterling (Allen, Texas/Exergy TWENTY12) 29:33.985
4. Alexis Ryan (Ventura, Calif./Team TIBCO II) 30:12.446
5. Erin Donohue (Norwich, Vt./Killington Mountain School Cycling Team-Woodstock Bicycle Club) 30:14.752

Women - Junior - 15-16 – 19 kilometers
1. Claire VanEkdom (Chevy Chase, Md./JET Cycling) 30:01.054
2. Zoe Reeves (Grand Rapids, Mich./Einstein Racing) 30:56.387
3. Zoe Mullins (Altamonte Springs, Fla./Colavita Racing Inc.) 31:00.696
4. Kirsten Williams (Lone Tree, Colo./Natural Grocers Cycling Team) 31:04.465
5. Hannah Swan (Alpine, Calif./Strive Racing) 31:19.081

Women - Junior - 13-14 – 10 kilometers
1. Gina Johnson (Park Ridge, Ill./Village-Verdigris Cycling) 15:32.880
2. Hannah Green (Boise, Idaho./BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad) 15:50.760
3. Julyn Aguila (El Paso, Texas/Major Motion Cycling Club) 15:55.560
4. Hannah Arensman (Rutherford College, N.C./DIY Junior Development Team p/b ABRC) 16:27.240
5. Ann Weigel (Clermont, Fla./Orlando Road Club Inc) 16:29.040

Women - Junior - 10-12 -= 10 kilometers
1. Megan Doherty (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad)) 15:38.908
2. Abigail Youngwerth (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad) 17:29.072
3. Isabella Brookshire (Hendersonville, N.C./DIY Junior Development Team p/b ABRC) 17:29.632
4. Katie Clouse (Park City, Utah/Cole Sport) 17:38.802
5. Lauren Garriques (Lake Forest, Ill.) 17:41.776

Men - Para - BVI – 19 kilometers
1. Clark Rachfal (Annapolis, Md./Tachycardia Racing) 23:55.903
1. David Swanson (Tucson, Ariz./Tachycardia Racing) 23:55.903
2. Stephen Harris (Eugene, Ore.)
2. Gregory Miller (Knoxville, Tenn./KnoxVelo Club) 25:42.945
3. Michael Byrd (Mooresville, N.C./Cool Breeze-Trek Bike Store) 26:24.577
3. Chester Triplett (Mooresville, N.C.) 26:24.577

Men - Para - C1 – 19 kilometers
1. Anthony Zahn (Lincoln, Neb./US Paralympic Team) 31:40.397
2. Matthew Bigos (Cardiff By The Sea, Calif./RIDE Cyclery) 31:46.402

Men - Para - C2 – 19 kilometers
1. Aaron Keith (Woodinville, Wash.) 30:30.283
2. Brett Weitzel (Salt Lake City, Utah) 32:21.986
3. Bryant Young (Greenville, S.C./Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club) 50:06.245

Men - Para - C3 – 19 kilometers
1. Joseph Berenyi (Oswego, Ill./ABD Cycling Team) 26:51.406
1. Sean VanGerena (Orlando, Fla.) 32:27.371
2. Michael Farrell (Colorado Springs, Colo./Natural Grocers Cycling Team) 28:51.665
2. James Santangelo (Sterling Heights, Mich.) 33:19.342
3. David Peurye-Hissong (Wilmette, Ill./Northbrook Garner Bicycle Club) 34:32.561
3. Jason Paxton (Cibolo, TX) 29:10.422

Men - Para - C4 – 19 kilometers
1. Sam Kavanagh (Bozeman, Mont./Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club) 25:52.696
2. Jonathan Copsey (Carmel, Calif./Ride 2 Recovery) 26:23.374
3. Jeffrey Martin (Oceanside, Calif./Crank Cycling) 27:07.296

Men - Para - C5 – 19 kilometers
1. Mark Gyulafia (Portland, Ore./Guinness Cycling Team) 27:02.657
2. Roman Pino (Orlando, Fla./The Fit Lab) 29:41.161
3. Zachary Linhardt (Oklahoma City, Okla./G S Adams Avenue Bicycles) 32:21.792

Men - Para - H1 – 19 kilometers
1. Anthony Pedeferri (Camarillo, Calif./US Handcycling) 38:08.092
2. Gregory Taylor (Charlotte, NC) 47:00.933
3. Al Kovach (Coronado, Calif.) 52:50.405

Men - Para - H2 – 19 kilometers
1. William Lachenauer (Reno, Nev.) 30:32.096
2. David Randall (Mansfield, Ohio/US Handcycling) 30:49.737
3. Matthew Updike (Denver, Colo./US Handcycling) 31:12.784

Men - Para - H3 – 19 kilometers
1. Carlos Moleda (Bluffton, S.C.) 33:13.493
2. Tom Davis (Fremont, Ind.) 34:20.540
3. Michael Postell (Snellville, Ga.) 34:55.465

Men - Para - H4 – 19 kilometers
1. Dane Pilon (Raleigh, N.C./Cross Creek Cycling Club-C4) 31:19.844
2. Robert Puckett (Saint Petersburgt, Fla.) 37:00.608
3. Gregory Damerow (New Richmond, Ohio) 43:36.459

Men - Para - T1 – 19 kilometers
1. Douglas Schneebeck (Albuquerque, N.M./Race Team/Sport Systems Mountaintop Cycling) 47:12.397

Men - Para - T2 – 19 kilometers
1. Steven Peace (San Diego, Calif./B&L Bikes) 33:36.628
2. Ryan Boyle (Monroe Conn./Roger C. Peace) 37:08.540
3. Alexander Mask (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) 39:27.574

Women - Para - BVI – 19 kilometers
1. Karissa Whitsell (Colorado Springs, Colo./Paralympic Cycling Team) 27:17.468
1. Debbie Milne (Belden, Miss./Absolute Racing Team) 27:17.468
2. Mackenzie Woodring (Belmont, Mich./Einstein Racing) 27:46.721
2. Kara Vatthauer (Tucson, Ariz.) 27:46.721
3. Rachael Scdoris (Bend, Ore.) 28:18.312
3. Lisa Turnbull (Springfield, Ore.) 28:18.312

Women - Para - C2 – 19 kilometers
1. Allison Jones (Colorado Springs, Colo./Guinness Cycling Team) 32:31.690
2. Laura Sobchik (Santa Monica, Calif./US Paralympics) 35:08.252

Women - Para - C3 – 19 kilometers
1. Jamie Whitmore (Mount Aukum, Calif.) 34:07.686

Women - Para - C4 – 19 kilometers
1. Megan Fisher (Missoula, Mont./Bikesale.com-Union Bay Cycling) 31:20.815
2. Patricia Collins (Harker Heights, Texas/Team Army-USAC) 32:33.062
3. Shawn Morelli (Leavenworth, Kan./Santa Fe Trails Racing Team) 30:56.028

Women - Para - C5 – 19 kilometers
1. Kelly Crowley (Redwood City, Calif./Primal/Map My Ride Professional Women's Team) 28:39.286
2. Greta Neimanas (Cardiff By The Sea, Calif./Exergy TWENTY12) 29:34.982
3. Jennifer Schuble (Homewood, Ala./US Paralympics) 31:48.371

Women - Para - H1 – 19 kilometers
1. Cassie Mitchell (Atlanta, Ga./US Handcycling) 46:53.788

Women - Para - H2 – 19 kilometers
1. Marianna Davis (Salt Lake City, Utah/UTAH HANDCYCLE) 33:02.716
2. Alicia Dana (Putney, Vt./Putney Bicycle Club) 37:20.736
3. Anjii Hanson (El Macero, Calif.) 40:30.198

Women - Para - H3 – 19 kilometers
1. Monica Bascio (Evergreen, Colo./US Handcycling) 34:37.160
2. Thea Rosa (Cool/Victory Velo Racing) 42:00.986



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