Crawford wins Chainwreck week 2

Crawford wins Chainwreck week 2

Soldotna rider Mike Crawford emerged victorious in Week 2 of the Chainwreck bike series Thursday at the Tsalteshi Trails, completing six laps of the pre-determined course in a time of 33 minutes, 6 seconds. Jim Hall finished second in 33:48 and Tyle Owens took third in 33:50, as nine of the 35 racers finished six laps.

Morgan Aldridge won the women’s race with a five-lap total of 35:41, beating out runner-up Jen Showalter’s time of 38:24. Jen Tabor finished third among women in 40:34.

Landen Showalter was the top youth rider with a five-lap run of 37:45, topping Dylan Hogue’s four-lap run of 34:24 and Ethan Hogue’s four-lap run of 35:25.

1. Mike Crawford, 33:06 (6 laps); 2. Jim Hall, 33:48 (6); 3. Tyle Owens, 33:50 (6); 4. Brian Beeson, 34:50 (6); 5. Tony Eskelin, 37:21 (6); 6. Jordan Chilson, 37:35 (6); 7. Jon Iannoccone, 38:44 (6); 8. Matt Dura, 38:52 (6); 9. Dave Edwards Smith, 39:03 (6); 10. Rob Carson, 33:18 (5); 11. Nathan Kincaid, 33:33; 12. Jamie Nelson, 35:05 (5); 13. Dustin Henkin, 35:13 (5); 14. Morgan Aldridge, 35:41 (5); 15. Mark Beeson, 35:44 (5); 16. Jeff McDonald, 36:45 (5); 17. Will Morrow, 37:12 (5); 18. Landen Showalter, 37:45 (5); 19. Jen Showalter, 38:24 (5); 20. Mark Forbes, 38:43 (5); 21. John Tabor, 38:44 (5); 22. James Showalter, 40:25 (5); 23. Jen Tabor, 40:34 (5); 24. Melissa Smith, 33:52 (4); 25. Dylan Hogue, 34:24 (4); 26. Kelly Sederholm, 34:29 (4); 27. Ethan Hogue, 35:25 (4); 28. Dana McDonald, 35:53 (4); 29. Madison McDonald, 35:57 (4); 30. Darrell Kincaid, 36:58 (4); 31. Robert Carson, 42:03 (4); 32. Andy Unknown, 31:35 (3); 33. Audrey McDonald, 32:18 (3); 34. Wanda Kincaid, 42:55 (3); 35. Dustin Brito, 8:46 (1).

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