Results posted for Cyclocross Race at Tsalteshi Trails

  • By Staff Report
  • Monday, November 17, 2014 11:04pm
  • Sports

The Tsalteshi Trails Association hosted the Polar Vortex Cyclocross Race on Sunday.

Riders attempted to get around the one-mile course, which included single-track riding and obstacles over which they had to carry their bikes, as many times as possible in one hour.

Tony Eskelin was the men’s champion, piling up eight laps, while Zach Johnston was second and Scott Hippe was third, also with eight laps.

The top woman was Sadie Fox with six laps, while Julie English was second and Charlene Spiers was third with five laps apiece.

Tsalteshi Polar Vortex Cyclocross Race 2014

Sunday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Tony Eskelin, 8 laps; 2. Zach Johnston, 8 laps; 3. Scott Hippe, 8 laps; 4. Michael Blake, 7 laps; 5. Brian Beeson, 7 laps; 6. Tanner Best, 7 laps; 7. Jamie Nelson, 6 laps; 8. Sadie Fox, 6 laps; 9. Tyle Owens, 6 laps; 10. Mark Beeson, 6 laps; 11. Scott Huff, 6 laps; 12. Will Morrow, 6 laps; 13. Jason Buckbee, 6 laps; 14. Jack Maryott, 5 laps; 15. Julie English, 5 laps; 16. Charlene Spiers, 5 laps.

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