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October 7/12 19:30 pm - Providence Cyclocross Festival: Day 2 results


Posted by Editoress on 10/7/12
 

Wyman, McDonald win Day 2 of the Providence Cyclocross Festival as the Holy Week of New England Cyclocross concludes

Conditions at the Providence Cyclocross Festival changed rapidly from fairly dry course conditions early in the day to a slick course with greasy, muddy corners as a partly cloudy sky gave way to a steady rain as the Elite racers inspected the course. It seems that Helen Wyman's (Kona) and Ben Berden's wish for a muddy race would be answered.

 

Elite Women

A tricky off-camber straight-away immediately caused problems for many riders in the Elite women's field, as Wyman and Gabby Day (Rapha-Focus) seized the opportunity to get away from the pack. Day challenged Wyman, who was attempting to ride away for a 9th win to add to her winning streak, but Day kept the British National Champion within sight for nearly the entire race. Experienced mountain bike champion, Olympian, and expert bike handler Mary McConneloug (Team Kenda/Seven/No Tubes) excelled in today's challenging conditions, even claiming the distinction of being the only Elite rider in this race to ride the stairs, while holding onto third position for most of the race. Katie Antonneau (Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld) suffered a mechanical in the mud early in the race and finished nowhere close to her stellar second place ride of yesterday after having to spend so much time running with her bike. Wyman felt the pressure from Day right behind her, but managed to remain composed, her bright white British National champion's jersey remaining clean. On the other hand, most of the rest of the mud-covered Elite women's field appeared to have slid out on the ice-like course at one time or another. Despite turning up the heat late in the race, as Day will often do, she was unable to catch Wyman, who cruised into her 9th straight win. Following Day in second and McConneloug in third, Andrea Smith (LadiesFirst) had a great ride for fourth with French National cyclocross champion Caroline Mani (Raleigh-Clement) in fifth.

 

Elite Men

The rain became increasingly heavy as the men lined up to start. British National Champion Ian Field (Hargroves Cycles-Specialized) charged off the front, with Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) and U23 series points leader Zach McDonald (Rapha-Focus) matching the pace. McDonald then swung into the lead, these tricky course conditions his favorite type of riding. With McDonald alone, Field assumed second and Johnson third, with Jeremy Powers (Rapha-Focus) and Ben Berden (Raleigh-Clement) fighting for fourth and fifth. Ryan Trebon ran into trouble early on with a crash in the treacherous conditions, and a second crash forced him to abandon the race. Justin Lindine (Redline), winner of both days of Providence last year, also crashed early on, removing him from contention for the top spots in the race. Meanwhile, Johnson's motivation became apparent as he chased down and caught Field, just as Berden surpassed Powers for good. The race concluded for McDonald as he held fast with an amazing ride for a solid win, while Johnson, Field, and Berden came together in the last half lap to battle for the podium. Berden and Johnson dropped a struggling Field, Berden finally emerging to take the second podium spot, followed by crowd favorite Johnson in third.

The Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross series points leaders emerged this weekend in Providence, during the second weekend of the series after the Gran Prix of Gloucester last weekend. Helen Wyman has the clear leadership in the Elite women's division, while U23 women's leader is Katie Antonneau. Today's race winner Zach McDonald cemented his hold on the U23 series jersey, while Powers maintains his grip on the overall Elite men's jersey.

 

 

Results from the second day of racing at the Providence Cyclocross Festival, in Providence, RI

Elite Women
1 Helen Wyman (KONA Factory Racing) 0:42:34
2 Gabrielle Day (Team Rapha-FOCUS) 0:42:52
3 Mary McConneloug (Team KENDA/Seven/NoTubes) 0:44:14
4 Andrea Smith (LadiesFirst Racing) 0:44:30
5 Caroline Mani (Raleigh-Clement) 0:44:48
6 Laura van Gilder (Mellow Mushroom) 0:44:57
7 Elle Anderson (LadiesFirst Racing) 0:44:59
8 Arley Kemmerer (C3-Athletes Serving Athletes) 0:45:35
9 Kaitlin Antonneau (Exergy Twenty 12) 0:45:48
10 Natasha Elliott (The Cyclery) 0:45:55
11 Nikki Thiemann (Team CF) 0:46:24
12 Anna Barensfeld (pedalpowertraining.com) 0:46:30
13 Brittlee Bowman (pedalpowertraining.com) 0:46:30
14 Kathleen Lysakowski (Cycle Lodge) 0:46:34
15 Cassandra Maximenko (Silverbull targettraining) 0:47:22
16 Crystal Anthony (CyclocrossWorld .Com) 0:48:16
17 Jenny Ives (Favata TRT-UNOVELO cross team) 0:48:22
18 Kathleen Wulfkuhle (C3 - Athletes Serving Athletes) 0:48:26
19 Jamie Gilgen (Kallisto / Wheels of Oakville) 0:48:37
20 Frances Morrison (J.A.M. Fund/NCC/Vittoria) 0:48:37
21 Amanda Carey (Volkswagon Boise Cycling) 0:48:59
22 Jessica Kutz (Team EPS/CSS p/b Shebell & Shebell) 0:49:41
23 Catherine Sterling (Bikeman.com) 0:49:43
24 Ellen Noble (Trek Cyclocross Collective) 0:49:47
25 Deirdre Smith (Ind) 0:51:15
26 Jocelyn Mauldin (NEBC p/b Cycle Loft) -1 Lap
27 Elizabeth Allen (Danielson Adventure Sports) -1 Lap
28 Sarah Krzysiak (NYCROSS.com p/b VOmax) -1 Lap
29 Emily Flynn (Tommy and Lefebvre Cycling) -1 Lap
30 Sheila Vibert (Sunapee Racing Team) -1 Lap
31 Alice Henriques (Zanconato Racing) -1 Lap
32 Christina Tamilio (LadiesFirst Racing) -1 Lap
33 Kate Powlison (GS Panache) -1 Lap
34 Vanessa Mccaffery (Corning/NoTubes Race Team/Swan Cyclery) -1 Lap
35 Patricia Dowd (CyclocrossWorld.com) -1 Lap
36 Vickie Monahan (Expo Wheelmen) -1 Lap
37 Marian Jamison (LadiesFirst Racing) -1 Lap
38 Stacey Barbossa (Colavita/espnW NJ) -1 Lap
39 Cait Dooley (Geekhouse Bikes) -2 Laps
40 Molly Hurford (Colavita Racing) -2 Laps
41 Elizabeth Lukowski (NYCROSS.com p/b VOmax) -3 Laps
 
Elite Men
1 Zach Macdonald (Team Rapha-FOCUS) 1:03:51
2 Ben Berden (Raleigh-Clement) 1:03:56
3 Tim Johnson (Cannondale/CyclocrossWorld.com) 1:04:07
4 Ian Field (Hargroves Cycles - Specialized) 1:05:08
5 Jeremy Powers (Team Rapha-FOCUS) 1:05:30
6 Yannick Eckmann (California Giant/Specialized) 1:05:40
7 Jamey Driscoll (Jamis/Sutter Home) 1:05:44
8 Tristan Schouten (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 1:06:19
9 Jake Wells (Stan's NoTubes) 1:06:51
10 Joachim Parbo (Challenge Tires) 1:07:04
11 Jeremy Durrin (JAM Fund / NCC / Vittoria) 1:07:20
12 Adam Myerson (Team SmartStop/Mountain Khakis) 1:07:34
13 Michael Garrigan (Blacksmithcycle/Stage-Race) 1:07:34
14 Cody Kaiser (California Giant Berry Farms/Specia) 1:07:34
15 Anthony Clark (JAM Fund / NCC / Vittoria) 1:07:34
16 Dylan Mcnicholas (cyclocrossworld.com) 1:08:05
17 Luke Keough (www.keoughcyclocross.com) 1:08:11
18 Justin Lindine (Redline) 1:08:25
19 Craig Richey (SponsorConnected.com) 1:08:50
20 Nicholas Keough (www.keoughcyclocross.com) 1:08:51
21 Brad White (Moms in Tow Cyclocross) 1:08:57
22 Joel Desgreniers (Ride with Rendall) 1:09:09
23 Christopher Jones (UCI PCT: UnitedHealthcare) 1:09:09
24 Dan Timmerman (RGM WATCHES - RICHARD SACHS) 1:09:44
25 Daniel Chabanov (RGM WATCHES - RICHARD SACHS) 1:09:53
26 Derrick St John (Steven's Racing p/b The Cyclery) 1:10:00
27 Adam St. Germain (NBX / Narragansett Beer / Circle A) 1:10:17
28 Allen Krughoff (Raleigh-Clement) 1:10:29
29 Michael Broderick (Team KENDA/Seven/NoTubes) 1:10:48
30 Jeremy Martin (Rocky Mountain Factory team) 1:11:00
31 Jesse Keough (www.keoughcyclocross.com) -1 Lap
32 Maksym Shepitko (Hudson Furniture Racing Team) -1 Lap
33 Synjen Marrocco (CyclocrossWorld.com) -1 Lap
34 Evan Huff (BikeReg.com / Joe's Garage) -2 Laps
35 Mark Mccormack (Clif Bar/Pactimo) -2 Laps
36 Mike de Bie (Ind) -2 Laps
37 Patrick Bradley (Philadelphia Cyclocross School p/b) -2 Laps
38 Thomas Sampson (JAM Fund / NCC / Vittoria) -2 Laps
39 Mike Wissell (B2C2 p/b Boloco) -2 Laps
40 Graham Garber (Central Wheel) -2 Laps
41 Mathew Green (Bicycle Express) -2 Laps
42 Evan Murphy (NYC Velo) -2 Laps
43 Charlie Schubert (Bikes Not Bombs / Circle A Cycles) -3 Laps
44 Robert Marion (American Classic Pro Team) -3 Laps
45 Geoffrey Bouchard (nbx bikes/narragansett beer PB : AP) -3 Laps
46 Ian Schon (B2C2) -3 Laps
47 Brian Hughes (Fast Splits Multisport) -3 Laps
48 Donny Green (Cycle-Smart) -3 Laps
49 Josh Thornton (St. Pete Bike and Fitness) -3 Laps
50 Joshua Friedman (The Devil's Gear Bike Shop/New Have) -3 Laps
51 Adam Sullivan (Embrocation Cycling Journal) -3 Laps
52 Chase Dickens (American Classic Pro Team) -3 Laps
53 Cary Fridrich (Mad Alchemy / Verge Rider Cooperati) -3 Laps
54 Hunter Pronovost (Cheshire Cycle Racing - CyclistsAre) -4 Laps
55 Andrew Lysaght (MIT Cycling p/b FXDD) -4 Laps
56 John Hanson (NBX/Narragansett Beer/Apex Tech. Cy) -4 Laps
57 John Burns (Burns Racing) -4 Laps
58 Timothy Durrin (NYCROSS) -4 Laps
59 Noah Tautfest (Bicycle ExpressKona Bikes) -4 Laps
60 Andrew Logiudice (Skylands/Sussex bike) -4 Laps
61 Joseph O'Brien-applegate (BICYCLE ROOTS) -5 Laps

 


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