Kincaid, Brennan win again at Chainwreck Cyclocross

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, September 24, 2016 11:58pm
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Nathan Kincaid and Angie Brennan repeated as champions in Chainwreck Cyclocross Series Race 2 on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Kincaid turned eight laps in 36 minutes, 41 seconds, for the win, while Tony Eskelin was second at 38:03. Brennan got in seven laps in 37:38 and was 10th overall, while Jen Showalter was second with six laps in 37:17.

Trevor Slaughter was the top youth racer with seven laps in 36:51.

 

1. Nathan Kincaid 36:41 (8); 2. Tony Eskelin 38:03 (8); 3. Tyle Owens 38:43 (8) – DQ – Causing a Collision; 4. Tommy Kobylarz 40:05 (8); 5. Eric Thomason 40:10 (8); 6. Rob Carson 40:10.5 (8); 7. Trevor Slaughter 36:51 (7)/(8) – 1st Place Youth; 8. Scott Huff 36:53 (7)/(8); 9. Jordan Chilson 37:15 (7); 10. Angie Brennan 37:38 (7) – 1st Place Women; 11. Jamie Nelson 39:25 (7); 12. Will Morrow 40:40 (7); 13. Peter DiCarlo 41:50 (7); 14. Dylan Hogue 36:46 (6) – 2nd Place Youth; 15. Danny Romman 37:12 (6); 16. Jen Showalter 37:17 (6) – 2nd Place Women; 17. John Tabor 37:46 (6); 18. Landon Showalter 38:37 (6) – 3rd Place Youth; 19. Jennifer Tabor 38:57 (6) – 3rd Place Women; 20. Ethan Hogue 40:55 (5); 21.Carl Kincaid 24:45 (4); 22. James Showalter 27:55 (4); 23. Darrel Kincaid 35:25 (4).

 

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