Crawford, Tonione take Soldotna Cycle Series 7

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 13, 2016 1:19am
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Mike Crawford and Ashley Tonione took Race 7 of the Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

The course was two laps of 3.4 miles and 384 feet of elevation gain and loss. Crawford toured the course in 32 minutes, 39 seconds, for victory, while Brian Beeson was next at 33:51.

Tonione was the first woman, and 15th overall, with her time of 43:06. The next woman to cross was Jen Showalter at 44:06.

Trevor Slaughter was the top youth racer at 45:15, while Dylan Hogue was second at 46:57.

1. Mike Crawford 32:39; 2. Brian Beeson 33:51; 3. Tony Eskelin 34:29 – Fat Bike; 4. Tyle Owens 34:38; 5. Eric Willets 34:38.5; 6. Nathan Kincaid 35:27; 7. Matt Neisinger 35:28; 8. Dave Edwards-Smith 37:00 – Fat Bike; 9. Drew Perkins 38:00; 10. Jamie Nelson* 38:07; 11. Scott Huff* 39:04; 12. Aiden Willets 39:04; 13. Ryan Nelson 40:43; 14. Rob Carson 41:24 – Fat Bike; 15. Ashley Tonione 43:06 – 1st Place Womens; 16. Peter DiCarlo 43:28 – Fat Bike; 17. Danny Rammon 43:47; 18. Jen Showalter 44:06 – 2nd Place Womens, Fat Bike; 19. Carl Kincaid 44:09 – Fat Bike; 20. Riley Smithwick 44:48; 21. Trevor Slaughter 45:14 – 1st Place Youth; 22. Jen Tabor 45:51 – 3rd Place Womens, Fat Bike; 23. Dan Balmer 46:04; 24. John Tabor 46:05 – Fat Bike; 25. Dylan Hogue 46:57 – 2nd Place Youth.

26. Landen Showalter 50:07 – 3rd Place Youth; 27. Simone Owens 50:30 – Fat Bike; 28. James Showalter 51:29 – Fat Bike; 29. Ethan Hogue 1:00:08; 30. Doug Hogue 1:00:09; 31. Tanner Penrod 1:04:04; 32. Darrell Kincaid 1:04:50 – Fat Bike.

* — Cookie winner.

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