Results for Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 4

Results for Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 4

Tyle Owens, Morgan Aldridge, Landen Showalter and Will Morrow picked up victories Thursday in the fourth race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series at Tsalteshi Trails.

In this race, cyclists can’t go out on any more laps after 30 minutes. Owens won with five laps in 32 minutes, 8 seconds, while Mike Crawford was second at 33:05 and Jim Hall was third at 33:29.

Aldridge was the top woman across the line, finishing four laps in 32:19 to also finish 12th overall. Jen Showalter was the second woman at four laps in 34:48 while Jen Tabor was third with four laps in 35:53.

Landen Showalter was the top youth racer with four laps in 33:16, while Dylan Hogue was second with four in 37:25 and Madison McDonald was third with four in 37:58.

Morrow was the top singlespeed rider with four laps in 36:24.

The race raised $465 for the LeeShore Center and RAINN, a national sexual assault hotline.

Next Thursday will be the final race of the series, meeting at the hockey rink at Skyview Middle School. Registration is at 5:45 p.m., while racing is at 6:15 p.m.

Chainwreck Cyclocross Series Race 4

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Tyle Owens – 32:08 (5); 2. Mike Crawford – 33:05 (5); 3. Jim Hall – 33:29 (5); 4. Brian Beeson – 33:30; 5. Tony Eskelin – 35:17 (5); 6. Tom Kobylarz – 36:42 (5); 7. Jon Iannoccone – 37:38 (5); 8. Rob Carson – 38:14 (5); 9. Nathan Kincaid – 39:11 (5); 10. Jamie Nelson – 39:31 (5); 11. Mark Beeson – 32:15 (4); 12. Morgan Aldridge – 32:19 (4) 1st Place Women; 13. Dustin Henkin – 32:52 (4); 14. Landen Showalter – 33:16 (4) 1st Place Youth; 15. Jen Showalter – 34:48 (4) 2nd Place Women; 16. Jeff McDonald – 34:51 (4); 17. John Tabor – 35:52 (4); 18. Jen Tabor – 35:53 (4) 3rd Place Women; 19. Will Morrow – 36:24 (4) 1st Place Singlespeed; 20. Dylan Hogue – 37:25 (4) 2nd Place Youth; 21. Kelly Sederholm – 37:45 (4); 22. Madison McDonald – 37:58 (4) 3rd Place Youth; 23. Dana McDonald – 38:55 (4) Women; 24. Alicia Driscoll – 39:30 (4) Women; 25. Darryl Kincaid – 40:38 (4).

26. Ethan Hogue – (4) Youth; 27. Audrey McDonald – 36:27 (3) Youth; 28. Wanda Kincaid – 30:16 (2)* Women; 29. Keldyn Miller – 17:18 (1)* Youth; 30. Andrew Miller – 17:20 (1).

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