Beeson, Brennan rule at Chainwreck Cyclocross Series No. 4

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 8, 2016 12:58am
  • Sports

Brian Beeson and Angie Brennan were the winners at fourth race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails in Soldotna.

Beeson finished five laps in 32 minutes, 56 seconds, while John-Mark Pothast was second at 33:06. Brennan was the first women’s finisher and ninth overall by doing five laps in 39:32. Ashley Tonione was second with four laps in 34:27.

Trevor Slaughter was the top youth rider, doing five laps in 41:13, while Dylan Hogue was next with four laps in 36:29.

With 26 riders, the race set a new record for participants in a cyclocross race at Tsalteshi.

Chainwreck Cyclocross Series 4

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Brian Beeson 32:56 (5); 2. John-Mark Pothast 33:06 (5); 3. Mike Crawford 33:37 (5); 4. Tony Eskelin 33:40 (5); 5. Eric Thomason 34:37 (5); 6. Nathan Kincaid 35:06 (5); 7. Tyle Owens 35:57 (5); 8. Rob Carson 38:27 (5); 9. Angie Brennan 39:32 (5) – 1st Place Women’s; 10. Scott Huff 39:45 (5); 11. Jordan Chilson 40:42 (5)

12. Trevor Slaughter 41:13 (5) – 1st Place Youth; 13. Philip Smith 33:13 (4); 14. Will Morrow 33:46 (4); 15. Tom Seggerman 33:49 (4); 16. Ashley Tonione 34:27 (4) – 2nd Place Women’s; 17. Peter DiCarlo 35:00; 18. Mark Beeson 35:37 (4); 19. Dylan Hogue 36:29 (4) – 2nd Place Youth; 20. John Tabor 37:27 (4); 21. Jennifer Tabor 38:11 (4) – 3rd Place Women’s; 22. Landon Showalter 39:01 (4) – 3rd Place Youth; 23. James Showalter 39:16 (4); 24. Jen Showalter 39:17 (4); 25. Kelly Sederholm 41:11 (4); 26. Darrell Kincaid 37:08 (3).

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