Chilson, Aldridge, Showalter take Chainwreck race

Chilson, Aldridge, Showalter take Chainwreck race

Jordan Chilson, Morgan Aldridge and Landen Showalter claimed victory at the fourth race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

In cyclocross, racers complete as many laps as possible within a time limit. Chilson turned five laps in 37 minutes, 21 seconds, while Tom Kobylarz was second with five in 39:05 and Aldridge was third, and the first woman, at five in 39:14. Dave Edwards-Smith was the third man with five laps in 39:18.

Jen Showalter did five laps in 44:22 for second, while Kailey Mucha had five laps in 45:31.

Landen Showalter was the top junior with five laps in 41:29, while Dylan Hogue was second at 42:54 and Ethan Hogue was third with four laps in 37:42.

Will Morrow was the top singlespeed racer, with four laps in 40:52.

The series continues Thursday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead, with registration at 5:45 p.m. and racing at 6:15 p.m.

1. Jordan Chilson – 37:21 (5) 1st Place Men; 2. Tom Kobylarz – 39:05 (5) 2nd Place Men; 3. Morgan Aldridge – 39:14 (5) 1st Place Women; 4. Dave Edwards-Smith – 39:18 (5) 3rd Place Men; 5. Rob Carson – 39:34 (5) Men; 6. Dan McIntosh – 40:38 (5) Men; 7. Jon Messick – 40:48 (5) Men; 8. Landen Showalter – 41:29 (5) 1st Place Youth; 9. Mark Beeson – 41:37 (5) Men; 10. Jeff Helminiak – 42:41 (5) Men; 11. Jamie Nelson – 42:47 (5) Men; 12. Dylan Hogue – 42:54 (5) 2nd Place Youth; 13. Nathan Kincaid – 43:08 (5) Men; 14. Jeff McDonald – 44:03 (5) Men; 15. Jen Showalter – 44:22 (5) 2nd Place Women; 16. Kailey Mucha – 45:31 (5) 3rd Place Women; 17. Tor Dahl – 45:37 (5) Men; 18. CO Rudstrom – 37:30 (4) Men; 19. Ethan Hogue – 37:42 (4) 3rd Place Youth; 20. Patty Moran – 37:49 (4) Women; 21. John Tabor – 38:35 (4) Men; 22. Dana McDonald – 38:47 (4) Women; 23. Robert Carson – 39:02 (4) Youth; 24. Madison McDonald – 39:17 (4) Youth; 25. Carl Kincaid – 40:00 (4) Men.

26. Alexis Collins – 40:31 (4) Youth; 27. Alicia Kincaid – 40:33 (4) Women; 28. Will Morrow – 40:52 (4) 1st Place Singlespeed; 29. Darrell Kincaid – 42:11 (4) Men; 30. Cindy Miller – 43:18 (4) Women; 31. Ollie Dahl – 43:45 (4) Youth; 32. Jane Adkins – 46:14 (4) Women; 33. Audrey McDonald – 46:28 (4) Youth; 34. Nels Dahl – 38:57 (3) Youth; 35. Aiden Collins – 49:48 (3) Youth; 36. Cassie Collins – 49:49 (3) Women.

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