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November 4/12 9:21 am - Cincy3: Day 2 - Cross After Dark, results, Sheppard 6th


Posted by Editoress on 11/4/12
 

Trebon and Compton Double at Day 2 of Cincy3 CX Festival

Under the Cross After Dark Series disco lights, through deep wet mud from an all-day rain, and to the smears of the HeckleOnline.com Heckle Ghoul, Ryan Trebon (Cannondale/CyclocrossWorld) and Katie Compton (Trek Cyclocross) again soloed to wins, this time at the Lionhearts International at Kings CX in Mason OH p/b Toyota and Siemens. The drama of the day unfolded when Cross After Dark Men’s Series leader Ben Berden (Raleigh Clement) lost the rear end on a wicked slick off-camber which ripped his wheel and derailleur from the dropouts. The Cincy3 Cyclocross Festival continues tomorrow at the big C1 finale p/b Reece-Campbell and United Dairy Farmers at Harbin Park in the suburb of Fairfield.

Elite Women
With light reflecting from the tape-to-tape mud, Katerina Nash (LUNA) took to the front early with Katie Compton and Kaitlin Antonneau (Cannondale/CyclocrossWorld). As they came through the sloppy railroad tie run-up flanked by throngs of heckling fans (one with dollar hand-ups hanging from a fishing pole), they were followed closely by Maureen Bruno Roy (Bob’s Red Mill) and Nicole Thiemann (Team CF-Elite). Not too far off separated and solo were Caroline Mani (Raleigh-Clement), Amanda Carey (Volkswagen Boise), Andrea Smith (Ladies First), Rebecca Blatt (Van Dessel) and Katie Arnold (Bob’s Red Mill.)

Compton made her first dig on the “Camel Hump,” a 30 foot slick off-camber steep lump which had to be climbed and descended three times in succession. She was one of few who cleaned all three sections every time. Gapped, Nash dug deep over the DeFeet flyover. A half lap later, she made contact just before the Heckle Zone run-up, only to have Compton pop her 200 meters later, again at the Camel. From there, Compton continued to increase her gap for the win. Behind the riders strung out with Carey and James both going down in the slick mud. Nash would take 2nd followed by Antonneau. Mani would pull out mid race, still not feeling well after a hectic travel schedule. Compton cleaned up well for the podium, but joked the mud was still caked under a layer of clean clothes.

Elite Men
As the Elite Men sloshed their way to the soft hole-shot, Michael Sherer (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit), Berden and local Andrew Dillman (Bob’s Red Mill) showed their colors at the front. Trebon confided after the race that he had a poor start.

Through the run-up on lap 1, Trebon managed to make it a loose group of three at the front with Berden, and Ryan Knapp (The Pony Shop). Then they hit the camel hump and Trebon pulled clear with Berden on his wheel. Riders gapped behind included: Dillman, Bradley White (Moms in Tow Cyclocross), Trebon’s teammate Jamie Driscoll, Chris Sheppard (Rocky Mountain Bicycles), Knapp, Sherer, Canadian champ Craig Richey (SponsorConnected.com), Robert Marion (American Classic Pro CX Team), and Kevin Bradford (Emde Sport-Fitness Fanatics.)

Then disaster struck for Berden. Watching from the nearby Heckle run-up, fans were shocked and couldn’t believe the carnage. On a series of slick slow hilly off camber turns between the pit and the run-up, Berden washed out. As he picked us his bike and began running, the rear wheel caught for a moment on the chain, then fell cleanly to the ground. A fan shouted, “Ben! Ben! Your wheel!” Berden pressed on without it, shouldering two-thirds of a bike for a death-slog to the pit, a half lap away. With a free pass, Trebon was gone for good.

Behind riders slid and wrecked. Dillman went into the tape on the same off-camber that took out Berden. Many chose to run the climbs of the slick camel rather than chance a mid-hill dismount. Livermon, who wasn’t in the top 10 early on, now was clawing his way through traffic. With four to go, Trebon crested the run-up and a rooster tail of mud flew from his rear wheel as he turned on the gas on the paved golf course path.

Driscoll worked his way into a solid 2nd position, with a few seconds separating White, Livermon, Sheppard, and Dillman. Further back was Knapp, in front of the Krughoff/ Richey duo by a few seconds. With three to go, Livermon continued to shine, working his way through the muck up to third. Dillman continued to hop the low LED lit barriers every lap to the cheers and cowbells of the crowd. However, there was a shake-up in store in the closing laps.

Trebon crossed the finish line at 1:07:47. Apparently the early fast laps skewed the lap timing, perhaps resulting in a slight miscalculation by the officials and a rather long race. It was just what White needed. With the extra real estate he closed and passed Livermon to take third. Dillman showed his young budding strength, endurance and skills to finish with an impressive 5th among riders vying for National and Worlds team selections.


Results from day 2 of the 3 day Cincinnati International Cyclo-Cross Festival, the Cross After Dark KingsCX held in the greater Cincinnati  (OH) area

 

Elite Women
1 Katherine Compton (USA) Trek Cyclocross Collective 39:10
2 Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro at 1:01
3 Kaitlin Antonneau (USA) Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld 1:54
4 Maureen Bruno Roy (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team 3:44
5 Amanda Carey (USA) Volkswagen Boise 4:36
6 Ashley James (USA) KCCX/Fuji p/b Challenge Tires 5:07
7 Andrea Smith (USA) LadiesFirst Racing 5:32
8 Nicole Thiemann (USA) Team CF 5:52
9 Rebecca Blatt (USA) Van Dessel 6:10
10 Katie Arnold (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team 6:20
11 Rebecca Gross (USA) KCCX/Fuji 7:06
12 Erin Silliman (USA) Corsa Concepts 7:09
13 Corrie Osborne (USA) Team Extreme 8:13
14 Corey Coogan (USA) CyclocrossRacing 8:19
15 Therese Meek (USA) Don Walker Cycles Racing 9:16
16 Sierra Siebenlist (USA) Matthews Bicycles 10:05
17 Elizabeth Cobb (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team 10:16
18 Allison Arensman (USA) Pepper Palace/Spin-Tech p/b ABRC 10:19
19 Sarah Fredrickson (USA) Speedway Wheelman -1 Lap
20 Cooper Ambjorn (USA) Team CNC -2 Laps
21 Marne Smiley (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team -2 Laps
22 Jessica Owings (USA) MOAB Cyclocross -2 Laps
DNF Caroline Mani (Fra) Raleigh-Clement
DNF Nicole Duke (USA) Raleigh/Clement
 
Elite Men
1 Ryan Trebon (USA) Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld 1:07:47
2 James Driscoll (USA) Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld at 2:51
3 Bradley White (USA) Moms in Tow Cyclocross 3:07
4 Travis Livermon (USA) Mock Orange Racing 3:14
5 Andrew Dillman (USA) Bob's Red Mill 3:33
6 Chris Sheppard (Can) Rocky Mountain Bicycles 4:01
7 Allen Krughoff (USA) Raleigh Clement 4:36
8 Craig Richey (Can) Sponsorconnected.com p/b Ridley Bikes 4:53
9 Ryan Knapp (USA) Panther p/b Competitive Cyclist 5:41
10 Craig Etheridge (USA)Raleigh 6:20
11 Josh Johnson (USA) Bissell-ABG-Nuvo 6:47
12 Luke Haley (USA) Bob's Red Mill 6:53
13 Spencer Paxson (USA) Kona Bicycles 7:20
14 Tom Burke (USA) Midwest Cycling Group 7:21
15 Robert Marion (USA) American Classic Pro CX Team 7:22
16 Greg Wittwer (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team 7:40
17 Corey Stelljes (USA) Cyclocrossracing.com 7:55
18 Sven Baumann (Ger) Trek CX Collective / Wolverine Racing 8:11
19 Nick Waite (USA) Pro Tested Gear -1 Lap
20 Weston Schempf (USA) SEAVS/haymarket -1 Lap
21 Andrew Reardon (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team -2 Laps
22 Kevin Bradford-Parish (USA) Cyclocrossracing.com -2 Laps
23 John Proppe (USA) Lake Effect Racing -2 Laps
24 Ryan Fawley (USA) Pro Tested Gear -2 Laps
25 Mike Sherer (USA) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies -2 Laps
26 Daniel Gerow (USA) Wolverine Racing Elite CX -3 Laps
27 Chase Dickens (USA) American Classic Pro Team -3 Laps
28 Jason Monk (USA) Team WHAYNE -3 Laps
29 Joseph Maloney (USA) KS Energy Services/Team Wisconsin -3 Laps
30 Giancarlo Dalle Angelini (USA) Don Walker Cycles -4 Laps
31 Chad Tieman (USA) Team Upland p/b Sustainable Cycling -4 Laps
32 Christopher Bogedin (USA) Wolverine Elite Cyclocross Team -4 Laps
33 Raymond Smith (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross Team -4 Laps
34 Jason Siegle (USA) SDG/Felt -4 Laps
35 Ernesto Marenchin (USA) Pivot Cycles - Crankskins.com -4 Laps
36 Mark Parmelee (USA) -4 Laps
37 Alistair Sponsel (USA) The Pony Shop -5 Laps
38 Ben Coleman (USA) 1K2GO-Onion River Sports fueled by Metaball -5 Laps
39 Michael Crouch (USA) Swiftwick Factory Racing p/b Cumberland Tr -5 Laps
40 James Billiter (USA) BioWheels/Reece-Campbell Racing -5 Laps
41 Scott Baumer (USA) indiebike.com p/b Angie's List -5 Laps
42 Myles Lietzke (USA) Mount Pleasant Velo -5 Laps
43 Ashton Wischmeier (USA) DRT/ Revolution Bike and Bean -6 Laps
44 Christopher Uberti (USA) Team Racing Cyclocross -6 Laps
DNF Nathan Robinson (USA)
DNF Ben Berden (Bel) Raleigh Clement
DNF Justin Crawford (USA) Veloshine Cycling Team
DNS Zach Bender (USA) Cycle-Smart
DNS Christopher Jones (USA) Rapha-Focus
DNS Anthony Viton (USA) BSM Cycling
DNS Adam York (USA) Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Cycling/RGF pb Felt Bicycles

 


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