Sederholm takes Cycle Series 10K pursuit

The eight-race Soldotna Cycle Series concluded with a 10-kilometer pursuit race at Tsalteshi Trails on Thursday, with Kelly Sederholm taking the win.

Times from previous performances in the series are used to determine how much of a head start a rider gets. Sederholm got a 21-minute head start and won at 43 minutes, 19 seconds, while Robert Carson was first-place youth and second overall with a 21-minute head start and 44:42 time.

Rob Carson was third at 44:45, while Madison McDonald was fourth overall and second-place youth at 45:32 with an 18-minute head start.

The top woman was Jen Showalter in 19th overall at 47:37 with a seven-minute head start, while Morgan Aldridge was the second woman at 47:59 with a six-minute head start.

The big year-end event for mountain biking is The Tsalteshi Gauntlet on Sept. 8 at 11 a.m. Registration is available at

Soldotna Cycle Series 10K Pursuit

(Head start time)

1. Kelly Sederholm, 43 minutes, 19 seconds (21); 2. Robert Carson, 44:42 (21) (1st place youth); 3. Rob Carson, 44:45; 4. Madison McDonald, 45:32 (18) (2nd place youth); 5. Ethan Hogue, 45:55 (17.5) (3rd place youth); 6. Tony Eskelin, 46:19 (3); 7. Will Smith, 46:27 (17.5) (youth); 8. Will Morrow, 46:59 (8); 9. Jon Iannoccone, 47:03 (7); 10. Tony Oliver, 47:13 (21.5); 11. Jim Hall, 47:14 (1); 12. Jamie Nelson, 47:15 (5); 13. Brian Beeson, 47:15 (1); 14. Mark Forbes, 47:16 (10); 15. Peter DiCarlo, 47:16 (14.5); 16. Landen Showalter, 47:17 (7); 17. Carl Kincaid, 47:17 (11); 18. Mike Crawford, 47:36 (0); 19. Jen Showalter, 47:37 (7) (1st place women); 20. Tyle Owens, 47:55 (0); 21. Morgan Aldridge, 47:59 (6) (1st place women); 22. Marc Romano, 48:06 (4); 23. Dave Edwards-Smith, 48:23 (3.5); 24. Darrell Kincaid, 48:48 (15); 25. Toli Boutwell, 48:59 (23.5) (youth).

26. Jen Tabor, 49:05 (11) (3rd place women); 27. Eric Willets, 49:07 (2); 28. Nathan Kincaid, 49:47 (4.5); 29. Alicia Driscoll, 50:27 (11) (women); 30. Sean Raften, 50:29 (12.5) (youth); 31. Wanda Kincaid, 54:45 (25) (women); 32. Randy Dobbs, 55:18 (11); 33. Audrey McDonald, 55:31 (18) (youth); 34. Dana McDonald, 55:33 (18) (women); 35. Jonathan White, 1:10:24 (21) (youth).

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