Three medals for Team USA Cycling in the Time Trial Superfinals on Saturday

  
  


 
Corben Sharrah (left) earned silver in the elite men's event.
Corben Sharrah (left) earned silver in the elite men's event. Photo by Jerry Landrum/www.bmxmania.com
Rotterdam, Netherlands (July 26, 2014) –Team USA Cycling earned three medals on Saturday as the elite and junior competitions got underway at the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships.

Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Haro Bicycles) and Collin Hudson (Longmont, Colo./Redline) earned silver medals in their Time Trial Superfinals while Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) grabbed a bronze.  
 
ELITE MEN
 
In the elite men's time test, Sharrah completed the course with a time of 24.819 to earn his silver hardware. He was second to gold medalist Sam Willoughby (AUS) who posted a 24.757. Frenchman Joris Daudet secured the podium's final step with his time of 24.924.

"What an awesome day of time trials," Sharrah said. "I was riding confident and smooth out on the track and was able to put it together for a silver medal. All the people behind the scenes and at USA Cycling make this possible. Huge thanks to them all!"

Three Americans posted top ten times among elite men: Jared Garcia (Victorville, Calif./Supercross BMX) in sixth, reigning U.S. national champion Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./ Chase/Monster) in seventh, and Justin Posey (Winston-Salem, N.C./Dan’s Comp) in ninth.
 
JUNIORS MEN
 
Hudson rode his way to silver when he clocked a 25.434 in the junior men's competition behind winner Niek Immann (NED) who posted a 25.356 for the podium's top step. Brandon Te Hiko (AUS) grabbed third in a time of 25.531.

"I'm pleased with a second place today, especially with it being the World Championships," Hudson said afterwards. "I gave it 100% and did my absolute best. I'm really looking forward to head-to-head racing tomorrow!"

2013 junior world champion Sean Gaian (Santee, Calif./GT Bicycles) was a near-miss for the podium when he posted 25.566 which was the fourth fastest time of the day. Fellow American Hunter Pelham (Conroe, Texas/Redline) also had an impressive time trial, clocking 26.173 for eighth place.
 
Collin Hudson (left) was second in the junior men's time test.
Collin Hudson (left) was second in the junior men's time test. Photo by Jerry Landrum/www.bmxmania.com

JUNIORS WOMEN
 
Reno rode her way to a bronze medal for the USA in a time of 29.183 in the junior women's contest. As the lone American in her group, she finished behind gold and silver medalists Sandie Thibaut (FRA) Domenica Michelle Azuero Gonzalez (ECU) who clocked times of 28.274 and 28.795 respectively.
 
ELITE WOMEN
 
The top result for the USA in the elite women's group came from Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) who finished in a time of 27.986 for seventh place. The world title went to Laura Smulders (NED) in 27.449. Silver and bronze were earned by Caroline Buchanan (US) and Mariana Pajon (COL). Also competing for the red, white and blue was first-year elite rider Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill./GT Bicycles) who won a junior world title in 2013. Stancil clocked a 28.148 for ninth place while compatriot Dani George (Palmdale, Calif.) was 11th in 28.255. Only recently recovered from an injury, reigning U.S. national champion Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline) was 12th in a time of 28.440.
 
Taking center stage on Sunday, the final day of BMX Worlds, will be head-to-head racing in the Supercross finals. Follow the event live on twitter with #BMXWorlds. You can also watch live on Red Bull TV!  
 
Complete Results
 
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2014 UCI BMX World Championships
Rotterdam, Netherlands
July 23-27, 2014
 
Elite Men Time Trial Superfinal
1. Sam Willoughby (AUS) 24.757
2. Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Haro Bicycles) 24.819
3. Joris Daudet (FRA) 24.924
6. Jared Garcia (Victorville, Calif./Supercross BMX) 25.170
7. Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./ Chase/Monster) 25.194
9. Justin Posey (Winston-Salem, N.C./Dan’s Comp) 25.375
 
Elite Women Time Trial Superfinal
1. Laura Smulders (NED) 27.449
2. Caroline Buchanan (AUS) 27.471
3. Mariana Pajon (COL) 27.553
7. Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) 27.986
9. Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill./GT Bicycles) 28.148
11. Dani George (Palmdale, Calif.) 28.255
12. Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline) 28.440
 
Juniors Men Time Trial Superfinal
1. Niek immann (NED) 25.356
2. Collin Hudson (Longmont, Colo./Redline) 25.434
3. Brandon Te Hiko (AUS) 25.531
4. Sean Gaian (Santee, Calif./GT Bicycles) 25.566
8. Hunter Pelham (Conroe, Texas/Redline) 26.173
 
Juniors Women Time Trial Superfinal
1. Sandie Thibaut (FRA) 28.274
2. Domenica Michelle Azuero Gonzalez (ECU) 28.795
3. Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) 29.183


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