Archive for August, 2008

Clarke and Pic win Chris Thater Memorial Criterium

Posted on 24. Aug, 2008 by .

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Repeat winners at the 25th Edition of the Chris Thater Memorial Criterium in Binghamton, NY., the ninth race in the 11-race USA Crits Series. Taking his second win in three years, Hilton Clarke (Toyota-United) won the 40-lap crit ahead of Alejandro Borrajo (Colavita/Sutter Home) and Eric Boily (Volkswagen). Taking her third win with her first […]

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Chris Thater Memorial up next in the USA CRITS and NRC

Posted on 22. Aug, 2008 by .

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Both the National Race Calendar (NRC) and the USA Crits series are coming close to its final races for the 2008 season.  Next up on Sunday, August 24 in Binghamton, NY. is the Chris Thater Memorial, which is on both calendars. This year marks the Silver Anniversary of the Chris Thater Memorial, which  is dedicated […]

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The week that was

Posted on 22. Aug, 2008 by .

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The season is winding down, riders are busy looking for contracts especially with a few teams disbanding at the end of the season and only a few more races on the horizon. At the beginning of the week, history was made at the USA Cycling Professional Criterium Championship in Downer’s Grove, Illinois. It is believed […]

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USA Cycling election results are in

Posted on 21. Aug, 2008 by .

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USA Cycling announced the results of the elections that ended on Aug. 15, after record voter turnout. USCF For the athlete representatives, three candidates ran for three positions. Anton Quist received the most votes (19) and was therefore elected to both the USCF Board of Trustees and the USA Cycling Board of Directors. Also elected […]

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Carrera de San Rafael

Posted on 20. Aug, 2008 by .

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On Saturday August 9 was held the 10th edition of the Carrera de San Rafael Twilight Criterium. [smugmug url="http://www.lynelamoureux.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=5746796_gEX58&format=rss200" imagecount="100" start="1" num="100" thumbsize="Th" link="lightbox" captions="false" sort="false" window="false" smugmug="false" size="L"] [smugmug url="http://www.lynelamoureux.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=5671787_uVQeB&format=rss200" imagecount="100" start="1" num="100" thumbsize="Th" link="lightbox" captions="false" sort="false" window="false" smugmug="false" size="L"]

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NRC Standings as of August 17

Posted on 20. Aug, 2008 by .

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No changes in the top 5 of the National Racing Calendar since last update. Jeff Louder (BMC) won the general classification in front of his home crowd at the NRC’s 31st event, the Tour of Utah. Louder used a stage four win to boost him to the top of the standings in the 2.3-rated NRC […]

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Tour of Utah TT Photos

Posted on 18. Aug, 2008 by .

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Agony cyclingnews & velonews photogs hard at work Jeff making a fan happy More photos here

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Louder wins Tour of Utah by 9 seconds; Zirbelicous takes final TT

Posted on 17. Aug, 2008 by .

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It came down to seconds in the race of truth between  Blake Caldwell (Garmin-Chipotle) and Jeff Louder (BMC).  The yellow jersey has been worn by a Garmin rider since the  first stage with the Jason Donald victory and then switched to Caldwell’s shoulders after the second stage. Louder put in a big attack to win […]

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More photos from Tour of Utah stage 4

Posted on 17. Aug, 2008 by .

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Disorganization in the break after the first feed      Garmin-Chipotle at the front of the field after the first feed     We’re going thataway  Saul Raisin riding up to Snowbird A fan waiting patiently   Brent Bookwalter (BMC) gasping for breath at the finish Small group finishing including US National Men’s Elite Champ James […]

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Jeff Louder shares his thoughts after his win

Posted on 16. Aug, 2008 by .

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   Jeff Louder (BMC) triumphant on his home turf Utah native Jeff Louder (BMC) triumphed on the Queen Stage at the Tour of Utah, in front of an appreciative and supportive crowd.  It was man against man in the final climb on the brutal 98-mile (159 km) stage and Louder came out on top, and […]

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