Post, Fields are 2nd, 3rd in Superfinal TT at Manchester World Cup

  
  


Alise Post blazed to second place in the Superfinal Time Trial. Photo by Jerry Landrum
Alise Post blazed to second place in the Superfinal Time Trial. Photo by Jerry Landrum
Connor Fields powered to third in the Superfinal Time Trial. Photo by Jerry Landrum.
Connor Fields powered to third in the Superfinal Time Trial. Photo by Jerry Landrum.
Manchester, GBR (April 19, 2013) --
Two Americans ended up on the podium at round one of the 2013 UCI Supercross BMX World Cup in Manchester, England on Friday.

Alise Post (Saint Cloud, Minn./Redline Bicycles) and Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./BMX Racing Group-Chase Bicycles) were second and third respectively in the elite women's and men's Superfinal time trials.

Post turned in a blazing time of 33.212 to finish just behind winner Shanaze Reade (GBR) who took the victory on her home track with a time of 32.351. Rounding out the podium was Merle Van Benthem (NED) with 33.279 while American Brooke Crain (Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) just barely missed the podium in fourth and Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill./GT Bicycles) was seventh for the USA.

In the men's event, Fields clocked a 29.596 while Liam Phillips (GBR) and Tory Nyhaug (CAN) were first and second in 29.357 and 29.389.

For complete results from today's Superfinal time trial, visit www.bmx-results.com.

Supercross action continues on Saturday as 64 men and 32 women will line up for racing action. Fans can watch the racing live at www.BMXLive.tv.


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