Results posted for Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 4

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 1, 2015 11:29pm
  • Sports

John-Mark Pothast and Kara Johnston were the winners at the fourth rendition of the Tsalteshi Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

The race was a stout challenge, with race organizers claiming a whopping 4,600 feet of elevation gain in over 6.5 miles.

Pothast proved to be up to the test, finishing in 31 minutes, 45 seconds, while Adam Rothman was next at 33:06 and Brian Beeson was third at 34:08.

Johnston was the top women’s finisher, clocking 37:20 for eighth place overall. Mackenize Lindeman was the second woman at 45:14, while Jen Tabor was the third woman at 48:09.

The Tsalteshi Cycle Series continues Thursday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead. Each race is $5, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. Races start at 6:15 p.m., while registration begins at 5:30 p.m.

Tsalteshi Cycle Series Race 4

1. John-Mark Pothast (1st men’s), 31 minutes, 45 seconds; 2. Adam Rothman (2nd men’s), 33:06; 3. Brian Beeson (3rd men’s), 34:08; 4. Nathan Kincaid, 34:50; 5. Tony Eskelin, 35:50; 6. Matt Neisinger, 36:51; 7. Adam Agosti, 37:08; 8. Kara Johnston (1st women’s), 37:20; 9. Sam McElroy, 37:34; 10. Joe McElroy, 37:35; 11. Mike Hancock, 38:01; 12. Scott Huff, 38:34; 13. Ryan Nelson, 39:01; 14. Kevin Lauver, 39:14; 15. Jamie Nelson, 39:25; 16. Eric Willets, 39:27; 17. Mark Beeson, 39:47; 18. Matt Pyhala, 39:52; 19. John Pothast, 40:42; 20. Ed Schmitt, 41:12; 21. Tyle Owens, 41;34; 22. Will Morrow, 41:37; 23. Peter DiCarlo, 42:01; 24. Ben Gardner, 42:53; 25. Dave Edwards-Smith, 43:00.

26. Carl Kincaid, 43:58; 27. John Tabor, 44:03; 28. Adian Willets, 44:13; 29. Mackenzie Lindeman (2nd women’s), 45:14; 30. Mitch Michaud, 47:30; 31. Jen Tabor (3rd women’s), 48:09; 32. Simone Owens, 49:27; 33. Tony Oliver, 51:48; 34. Jack Maryott, 52:31; 35. Tanner Penrod, 1:03:28; 36. Jo Watts, 1:03:41.

One lap — Brad Carver, 23:07; Ken Seavey, 25:30; Sione Lomu, 27:35; Julie English, 29:05; Jen Showalter, 38:21; Landen Showalter, 38:30.

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