Results posted for Chainwreck 3

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, October 25, 2015 12:06am
  • Sports

Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 3 was held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails, with Marc Romano, Jessie Donahue and Ellie Mitchell notching the victories.

In cyclocross, racers do as many laps as possible on a relatively short course.

Romano won at 25 minutes, 6 seconds, while Adam Rotham was second at 25:46 and Mike Crawford was third at 26:02.

Donahue was the first woman at 26:09, which also was good for fourth overall. Mitchell was the second woman, first junior and seventh overall at 26:36.

The third woman was Christina Grande at 31:06, while the second junior was Tyle Owens at 32:19, and the third junior was Landen Showalter, two laps down, at 24:19.

The finale of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Check Tsalteshi’s Facebook page for the location of the start of the race. The race is $5, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members.

The series will then have its grand finale on Nov. 7 with The Tsalteshi Polar Vortex.

This will be an hourlong race on a two-hour course. The race starts at 7 p.m. at the Wolverine Trailhead. The cost is $25, with TTA members getting a $5 discount.

Complete results of Chainwreck 3 follow:

Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 3

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Marc Romano, 25 minutes, 6 seconds; 2. Adam Rotham, 25:46; 3. Mike Crawford, 26:02; 4. Jessie Donahue, 26:09; 5. Tony Eskelin, 26:32; 6. Kevin Kelly, 26:34; 7. Ellie Mitchell, 26:36; 8. Nathan Kincaid, 29:23; 9. Brian Beeson, 29:32; 10. Dave Donahue, 30:29; 11. Matt Neisinger, 30:48; 12. Christina Grande, 31:06; 13. Tyle Owens, 32:19; 14. Will Morrow, minus 1 lap, 25:26; 15. Carl Kincaid, minus 1 lap, 25:37; 16. Jamie Nelson, minus 1 lap, 25:50; 17. Peter DiCarlo, minus 1 lap, 27:27; 18. Ben Gardner, minus 1 lap, 27:41; 19. Andrew West, minus 1 lap, 28:59; 20. Steve West, minus 1 lap, 29:04; 21. Simone Owens, minus 1 lap, 30:26; 22. Landen Showalter, minus 2 laps, 24:19; 23. Jen Showalter, minus 2 laps, 24:28.

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