Owens sweep Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 9

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, September 5, 2015 11:30pm
  • Sports

Tyle Owens and Simone Owens won the ninth race in the Tsalteshi Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

This was the final race in the series. In the final race, racers receive head starts based on previous results.

Tyle Owens won at 33 minutes, 14 seconds, while Ryan Nelson was second at 33:31 and Kevin Lauver was third at 33:39.

Simone Owens was the first woman across the line at 39:25, while Catriona Reynolds was second at 42:24 and Mary Simondsen was third at 45:50.

Bike racing continues Saturday at Tsalteshi Trails with PsychoCross 2015. The race starts at 10 a.m. and costs $25, with a $5 discount for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. Registration is available at www.tsalteshi.org. Prices go up when registering before the race.

Full results follow:

1. Tyle Owens 33:14 (1st Men’s); 2. Ryan Nelson 33:31 (2nd Men’s); 3. Kevin Lauver 33:39 (3rd Men’s); 4. Derek Reynolds 33:42; 5. David Edwards-Smith 34:09; 6. Scott Huff 35:09; 7. Nathan Kincaid 35:11; 8. Matt Neisinger 35:18; 9. Mark Beeson 35:19; 10. Marc Romano 35:25; 11. Brian Beeson 36:31; 12. Jamie Nelson 36:35; 13. Carl Kincaid 38:41; 14. Simone Owens 39:25 (1st Women’s); 15. Catriona Reynolds 42:24 (2nd Women’s); 16. Peter DiCarlo 44:18; 17. Mary Simondsen 45:50 (3rd Women’s); 18. Landen Showaldter 47:47; 19. Jen Showalter 47:48; DNF — Jen Tabor.

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