Race Results for
Charleston Criterium
Charleston, WV
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Criterium on 05/31/2002

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Men

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Dean Porter   Cincinnati, OH 108851   
1Nathan Long   Ironton, OH 49580   
2Donald Lu   Scottsdale, AZ 97716   
3William Hall   Orlando, FL 115828   
4Edward Armbrecht   Charleston, WV 174932   
5Dan Staffo   Farmington, NY 149684   
6Chris Riccardi   Tallmadge, OH 115805   
7Christopher Rassekh   Lafayette Hill, PA 60519   
8Henry Hopkins   Akron, OH 77267   
9Doug McConaha   Galena, OH 51774   
10Billy Mathys   Kent, OH 50991   
11Jeff Grzybowski   South Euclid, OH 51518   

Men - Cat 1/2

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Scottie Weiss   Radford, VA 93133   
1David Chernosky   Cuyahoga Falls, OH 49665   
2Paul Martin      
2Kevin Chapman   Ona, WV 109615   
3Gregory Cook   Charleston, WV 65958   
3Michael House   Woodville, OH 158885   
4Colin Beardsley   Mill Valley, CA 129465   
5J Dean Rittenhouse   Exton, PA 29999   
5Aaron LeBauer   Greensboro, NC 67289   
6Mark Light   Hackettstown, NJ 112548   
6Dylan Taylor   Piney Flats, TN 94086   
7Marco Aledia   Worthington, OH 58428   
7Sean Wendell   West Jefferson, NC 165037   
9Travis Hutchinson   Signal Mountain, TN 71038   
10James Baldesare   Kent, OH 63797   

Men - Cat 5

 Place NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1Nate Orders      
2Ben Lorenzo      
3Kevin Fletcher      
4Bryant Valentine      
5Richard Watts      

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