Kincaid, Johnston take Salmon Cycle Series race 6

  • Sunday, August 16, 2015 12:05am
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The Tsalteshi Cycle Series put forth a very tough course Thursday night for the sixth race of the series, and Nathan Kincaid and Kara Johnston were up to the task.

Kincaid won the race at 34 minutes, 53 seconds, while Zach Johnston was second at 35:28 and Mike Crawford was third at 36:59. Kara Johnston was the first woman across the line, and 10th overall, by clocking 40:04. Angie Brennan was second at 40:44, while Jennifer Tabor was third at 48:17. The course included all of the singletrack, with the black diamond Ray’s Rampage being optional based on racer ability.

The series continues Thursday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead at Tsalteshi Trails. Each race is $5, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. Races start at 6:15 p.m., while registration begins at 5:30 p.m.

 

2015 Tsalteshi Cycle Series Race 6 Results

1. Nathan Kincaid (1st Men’s), 34:53; 2. Zach Johnston (2nd Men’s), 35:28; 3. Mike Crawford (3rd Men’s), 36:59; 4. Tony Eskelin, 37:32; 5. Mike Hancock, 37:56; 6. Ryan Nelson, 39:44; 7. Noah Mery, 39:47; 8. Matt Neisinger, 39:51; 9. Kara Johnston (1st Women’s), 40:04; 10. Jamie Nelson, 40:20; 11. Eric Willets, 40:36; 12. Kevin Lauver, 40:39; 13. Angie Brennan (2nd Women’s), 40:44; 14. Nic Larson, 41:07; 15. Scott Huff, 41:16; 16. Tyle Owens, 41:17; 17. Mark Beeson, 42:08; 18. Dave Edwards-Smith, 42:36; 19. Aiden Willets, 43:40; 20. Peter DiCarlo, 44:09; 21. John Mohorcich, 45:09; 22. John Tabor, 47:01; 23. Jennifer Tabor (3rd Women’s), 48:17; 24. Kristen Mery, 50:42; 25. Jeremy Sorhus, 54:33.

26. Simone Owens, 54:51; 27. James Showalter, 1:05:55; 28. Jen Showalter, 1:05:59; 29. Landen Showalter, 1:06:17; 30. Tanner Penrod, 1:10:52; DNF Ben Gardner.

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