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Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by lyne.
The USA Cycling’s Women’s National Development Program had a clear goal at the start of the year: accumulate UCI points to get a top 5 nation ranking to be able to field 4 riders, the maximum, at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Mission accomplished – as of May 31st, the USA was ranked third. The [...]
Posted on 16. Dec, 2010 by lyne.
USA Cycling announced today that J. Stew, Inc. is the new manager of its Women’s National Development Program. Directed by former professional racer Jackson Stewart, the company will manage USA Cycling’s Women’s Development Program from the USA Cycling house in Lucca, Italy. The goals of the program are to drive growth and education, and develop [...]
Posted on 26. May, 2009 by lyne.
Both the pro/1/2 men’s and women’s races at the SugarCRM Memorial Day Criterium came down to bunch sprints. Proman’s Shelley Olds won the bunch sprint crossed the line ahead of Ruth Corset (Jazz Apples) and Mary Ellen Ash (SugarCRM). Steve Reaney (California Giant-Specialized) claimed victory in the men’s race besting Kevin Klein (Klein Real Estate) and BMC’s Jackson Stewart in the final field sprint. Photos.
Posted on 14. May, 2009 by lyne.
A pro since 2002, and a familiar figure in the US racing scene, BMC’s Jackson Stewart has been having a good start to the year, winning a stage at Redlands and helping his teammate Jeff Louder win the overall and then going over to Europe to race the Queen, Paris-Roubaix.
Posted on 05. May, 2009 by lyne.
In 2-up and 3-up sprints respectively, Shelley Olds (Proman) and Jackson Stewart win the 36th SugarCRM Cat’s Hill Classic Bicycle Race – Reports and Photos
Posted on 29. Mar, 2009 by lyne.
BMC, BMC and more BMC. After his team controlled the 90-minute Redlands criterium, BMC’s Jackson Stewart came out of the crashed-marred final lap in fourth wheel around the last corner and outsprinted everyone for the win. Canadian Andrew Pinfold (Ouch) was second, and Stewart’s teammate Brent Bookwalter was third. “There was a bunch of crashes, [...]