Hall, Aldridge, Showalter win at Chainwreck Cyclocross Series

Jim Hall, Morgan Aldridge and Landen Showalter won at the second race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

In cyclocross, racers complete as many laps as they can within a time limit. Total time is then used to rank the racers. Hall finished five laps in 35 minutes, 52 seconds, while Jordan Chilson was next at 36:03 and Nathan Kincaid was third at 36:21.

Aldridge also finished with five laps, taking first among women and fourth overall at 37:07. Jen Showalter finished at 42:39 and Patty Moran was at 43:31.

Landen Showalter was the top youth rider at five laps in 39:07, while Dylan Hogue was at 42:59 and Madison McDonald had four laps in 38:18.

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

1. Jim Hall – 35:52 (5) 1st Place Men; 2. Jordan Chilson – 36:03 (5) 2nd Place Men; 3. Nathan Kincaid – 36:21 (5) 3rd Place Men; 4. Morgan Aldridge – 37:07 (5) 1st Place Women; 5. Tony Eskelin – 38:26 (5) Men; 6. Landen Showalter – 39:07 (5) 1st Place Youth; 7. Jon Iannoccone – 39:23 (5) Men; 8. Rob Carson – 39:26 (5) Men; 9. John Pothast – 39:42 (5) Men; 10. Mark Beeson – 40:16 (5) Men; 11. Jeff Helminiak – 40:17 (5) Men; 12. Jeff McDonald – 42:37 (5) Men; 13. Jen Showalter – 42:39 (5) 2nd Place Women; 14. Dylan Hogue – 42:59 (5) 2nd Place Youth; 15. Tor Dahl – 43:11 (5) Men; 16. Patty Moran – 43:31 (5) 3rd Place Women; 17. James Showalter – 43:50 (5) Men’ 18. CO Rudstrom – 44:03 (5) Men; 19. Jen Tabor – 44:07 (5) Women; 20. John Tabor – 44:11 (5) Men; 21. Andy Schaafsma – 35:50 (4) Men; 22. Will Morrow – 36:29 (4) 1st Place Singlespeed Men; 23. Alicia Kincaid – 37:41 (4) Women; 24. Dana McDonald – 37:44 (4) Women; 25. Madison McDonald – 38:18 (4) 3rd Place Youth.

26. Havilah Tuite – 39:31 (4) Women; 27. Ollie Dahl – 40:31 (4) Youth; 28. Audrey McDonald – 41:14 (4) Youth; 29. Robert Carson – 43:30 (4) Youth; 30. Lauri Lingafelt – 43:57 (4) Women; 31. Cindy Miller – 44:04 (4) Women; 32. Nels Dahl – 45:27 (4) Youth; 33. Darrell Kincaid – 30:28 (3) Men; 34. Jane Adkins – 36:15 (3) Women; 35. Alexis Collins – 38:09 (3) Youth; 36. Cassie Collins – 38:09 (3) Women; 37. Sheilah Margaret Pothast – 38:56 (3) Women.

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