Kincaid, Brennan top Tsalteshi Cycle Series

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 22, 2015 11:10pm
  • Sports

Nathan Kincaid and Angie Brennan were the top riders Thursday in the seventh rendition of this year’s Tsalteshi Cycle Series at Tsalteshi Trails.

Kincaid finished the course in 33 minutes, 9 seconds, to take the win. Zach Johnston was second at 33:15, while Tony Eskelin was third at 35:25.

Brennan was the top woman across the line at 39:44, which also was good for 13th overall. Jen Tabor was the next woman at 46:38.

The eighth race in the series will be Thursday, with the ninth at final event in the Tsalteshi Cycle Series taking place Sept. 3.

The Tsalteshi Cycle Series leads to PsychoCross 2015, which will be Sept. 12 at 10 a.m.


Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 7

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Nathan Kincaid (1st Men’s), 33:09; 2. Zach Johnston (2nd Men’s), 33:15; 3. Tony Eskelin (3rd Men’s), 35:25; 4. Matt Niesinger, 35:43; 5. Eric Willets, 36:44; 6. Mike Hancock, 37:30; 7. Adam Agosti, 38:02; 8. Scott Huff, 38:11; 9. Dave Edwards-Smith, 38:35; 10. Noah Mery, 38:48; 11. Ryan Nelson, 39:06; 12. Kevin Lauver, 39:32; 13. Angie Brennan (1st Women’s), 39:44; 14. Jamie Nelson, 40:01; 15. Tyle Owens, 40:21; 16. Will Morrow, 45:55; 17. Jen Tabor (2nd Women’s), 46:38; 18. Aidan Willets, 48:10; 19. Mark Beeson, 51:12; 20. Simone Owens, 53:33; 21. Jen Showalter, 1:02:18; 22. Landen Showalter, 1:02:19; 23. Peter DiCarlo, 1:02:46; 24. Tanner Penrod, 1:06:40.

DNF — Scott Jackson, Kara Johnston.

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