Chainwreck sets record as Eskelin crosses 1st

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 15, 2016 12:31am
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The Chainwreck Cyclocross Series at Tsalteshi Trails set a record for number of riders for the second straight week, checking in with 29 at Tsalteshi Trails on Thursday.

Tony Eskelin grabbed the victory, finishing five laps in 33 minutes, 12 seconds, to edge Brian Beeson by just two seconds. Mike Crawford was third with three laps at 34:01.

Angie Brennan was again the top woman, finishing on the lead lap at 40:12, while Ashley Tonione did four laps at 33:45 and Megan Anderson did four laps at 33:55.

The top three youth racers were Dylan Hogue at four laps and 35:44, Landon Showalter at four laps and 39:24, and Trevor Slaughter at three laps and 24:40.

Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 5

1. Tony Eskelin 33:12 (5); 2. Brian Beeson 33:14 (5); 3. Mike Crawford 34:01 (5); 4. Nathan Kincaid 34:08 (5); 5. Tyle Owens 35:38 (5); 6. Tommy Kobylarz 37:55 (5); 7. Jordan Chilson 37:57 (5); 8. Rob Carson 38:21 (5); 9. Dave Edwards Smith 39:20 (5); 10. Scott Huff 39:47 (5); 11. Angie Brennan 40:12 (5) – 1st Place Women’s; 12. Philip Smith 40:43 (5); 13. Peter DiCarlo 41:22 (5); 14. Tom Seggerman 41:23 (5); 15. Ashley Tonione 33:45 (4) – 2nd Place Women’s; 16. Megan Anderson 33:55 (4) – 3rd Place Women’s; 17. Will Morrow 35:13 (4); 18. Dylan Hogue 35:44 (4) – 1st Place Youth; 19. John Tabor 35:51 (4); 20. Jennifer Tabor 36:53 (4); 21. Landon Showalter 39:24 (4) – 2nd Place Youth; 22. Jen Showalter 39:28 (4); 23. Tom Anderson 39:47 (4); 24. Kelly Sederholm 40:43 (4); 25. Trevor Slaughter 24:40 (3) – 3rd Place Youth; 26. Eric Thomason 26:34 (3); 27. Ethan Hogue 36:23 (3); 28. Darrell Kincaid 38:55 (3); 29. Carl Kincaid – DNF.

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