Results posted for Chainwreck race

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 17, 2015 11:25pm
  • Sports

David Henke, John Mark Pothast and Stacey Kolstad picked up victories Thursday at Chainwreck Cyclocross Series Race 2.

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

Henke was the men’s winner, doing his six laps in 37 minutes, 35 seconds. Marc Romano was second at 37:48, while Adam Reimer was third at 38:05.

Pothast was the top junior, taking fourth overall with six laps at 38:07. Tyle Owens was the second junior, while Landen Showalter was the third junior.

The top woman was Kolstad, who took ninth overall with six laps in 41:02. Christina Grande was second with six laps in 43:30, while Leah Kiviat was third with six laps in 44:19.

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

Chainwreck Cyclocross Series Race 2

(Laps in parentheses)

1. David Henke, 37 minutes, 35 seconds (1st Men’s) (6); 2. Marc Romano, 37:48 (2nd Men’s) (6); 3. Adam Reimer, 38:05 (3rd Men’s) (6); 4. John Mark Pothast, 38:07 (1st Juniors) (6); 5. Adam Rothman, 38:58 (6); 6. Jefe Levin, 39:19 (6); 7. Mike Crawford, 40:19 (6); 8. Tony Eskelin, 40:47 (6); 9 . Stacey Kolstad, 41:02 (1st Women’s) (6); 10. Nathan Kincaid, 42:18 (6); 11. Brian Beeson, 42:43 (6); 12. Christina Grande, 43:30 (2nd Women’s) (6); 13. Leah Kiviat, 44:19 (3rd Women’s) (6); 14. Tyle Owens, 45:19 (2nd Juniors) (6); 15. Anthony Murray, 37:37 (5); 16. Matt Neisinger, 38:46 (5); 17. Michael Blake, 39:30 (5); 18. Will Morrow, 41:02 (5); 19. Carl Kincaid, 41:38 (5); 20. Peter DiCarlo, 42:47 (5); 21. Isaac Erhardt, 43:12 (5); 22. Simone Owens, 37:40 (4); 23. Jon Demilta, 39:58 (4); 24. Zach Coce, 40:02 (4); 25. Landen Showalter, 35:40 (3rd Juniors) (3); 26. Jen Showalter, 35:40 (3).

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