Results posted for Chainwreck race at Tsalteshi

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 10, 2015 2:52am
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The first race in the Chainwreck Cyclocross series was held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

In the race, competitors complete as many laps as possible in an allotted period of time.

John-Mark Pothast was the junior and men’s winner at 36 minutes, 25 seconds, while Marc Romano was the second man at 37:22 and Mike Crawford was third at 39:18.

Tyle Owen, down a lap, was the second junior at 40:56, while Landon Showalter, down three laps, was the third junior at 35:50.

Simone Owens finished at 42:25, down two laps, as the lone woman to complete the race.

The series continues Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails at 6:30 p.m. Watch Tsalteshi’s Facebook page because trailheads could change based on trail conditions. The race is free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members and $5 for everybody else.

Chainwreck race No. 1

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. John-Mark Pothast 36:25 (1st Mens, 1st Juniors); 2. Marc Romano 37:22 (2nd Mens); 3. Mike Crawford 39:18 (3rd Mens); 4. Tony Eskelin 40:17; 5. Nathan Kincaid 41:45; 6. Brian Beeson 42:44; 7. Michael Blake 39:01 minus 1 Lap; 8. Scott Huff 39:11 minus 1 Lap; 9. Jamie Nelson 40:05 minus 1 Lap; 10. Tyle Owens 40:56 (2nd Juniors) minus 1 lap;; 11. Peter Dicarlo 41:25 minus 1 Lap; 12. Isaac Erhardt 36:55 minus 2 Laps; 13. Will Morrow 38: 04 minus 2 Laps; 14. Simone Owens 42:25 (1st Womens) minus 2 Laps; 15. Carl Kincaid 43:02 minus 2 Laps; 16. Landon Showalter 35: 50 (3rd Juniors) minus 3 Laps; 17: James Showalter 35:51 minus 3 Laps.

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