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Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series – Howelsen Hammer XC

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Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series

Howelsen Hammer XC

Wednesday, Aug. 17

Novice

Men’s 19 to 34

Place, name, age, total time

  1. Jeff Harper 41 58:08:00

Women’s 19 to 34

  1. Rita Farrell 29 53:40:00

Women’s 35+

  1. Tonya Haack 42 1:11:28

Sport

Men’s 19 to 34

  1. Matt Miller 34 51:09:00

  2. Greg Sagan 28 51:39:00

  3. Spencer Layman 31 53:27:00

  4. Brian Bajaj 31 59:24:00

  5. Benjamin Schroeder 25 1:07:36

Men’s 35 to 49

  1. Rich John 43 54:25:00

  2. Dave Ornberg 36 56:58:00

  3. Chris Bube 48 1:02:03

  4. Josh Welch 40 1:02:11

  5. Kurt Meeks 49 1:05:28

  6. Joe Packard 48 1:05:29

  7. Eric Cadger 39 1:06:32

  8. Walter Magill 47 1:08:05

  9. Zachary Sabel 39 1:08:05

  10. Erik Olson 44 1:11:13

Men’s 50+

  1. Jamie Letson 59 55:40:00

  2. Vance Fulton 57 55:54:00

  3. Stephan Zittel 58 56:02:00

  4. Buzz Zars 59 59:05:00

  5. Neal Bambha 53 59:36:00

  6. Eric Rentschler 53 1:01:06

  7. Boyd Bass 62 1:01:15

  8. Michael De Jong 54 1:01:29

  9. Mike Aljanich 52 1:03:17

  10. Brian Small 60 1:06:15

  11. Jim Czech 62 1:22:16

Women’s 19 to 34

  1. Emily Lawrence 29 1:02:55

  2. Genevieve Kalmes 34 1:02:57

  3. Alex Masse 25 1:03:21

Women’s 35+

  1. Kyleigh Lawler 35 1:02:57

  2. Patti Lindquist 56 1:06:30

  3. Brooke Packard 41 1:09:30

Expert

Men’s 19 to 34

  1. Ethan Moyer 20 1:06:06

  2. Ben Brown 34 1:07:20

  3. Ben Glassmeyer 25 1:08:37

  4. Evan Barbier 19 1:10:27

  5. Jason Blair 29 1:12:32

  6. Marsh Gooding 30 1:15:04

  7. Donald Nyquist 31 1:15:50

Men’s 35 to 49

  1. Pat West 48 1:07:38

  2. Casey Homuth 38 1:09:53

  3. Kyle Lawton 47 1:11:05

  4. David High 47 1:11:16

  5. Stephen Warfel 40 1:12:39

  6. Neal Neumiller 43 1:13:21

  7. Chris Mitchell 49 1:13:35

  8. Kevin Hendrickson 45 1:13:42

  9. PJ Wharton 49 1:16:35

  10. Craig Miller 48 1:38:12

Men’s 50+

  1. Nelson Carmichael 50 1:10:53

  2. Robin Craigen 53 1:13:13

  3. Mel Stewart 56 1:15:14

  4. Chris Speer 51 1:20:15

Women’s

  1. Terri Goforth 41 1:20:20

  2. Helen Beall 32 1:22:29

  3. Jessica Platt 29 1:26:29

  4. Liana Jones 32 1:26:39

Single Speed

Men’s

  1. Richard Anderson 49 1:01:11

  2. Chad Gruben 41 1:10:42

  3. Matthew Lundy 30 1:15:28

Pro/Open

Men’s

  1. Brad Bingham 40 59:00:00

  2. Alex Pond 32 59:13:00

  3. Peter Kalmes 35 59:41:00

  4. Barkley Robinson 43 1:02:00

  5. Ken Benesh 33 1:02:00

  6. Jeff Minotto 44 1:04:11

  7. Scott Loeppert 41 1:10:18

Women’s

  1. Hannah Williams 33 1:11:29

  2. Mindy Mulliken 37 1:13:26

  3. Rebecca Edmiston 35 1:15:27

  4. Hadley Nylen 35 1:17:58

  5. Emily Miller 28 1:21:36

Youth coed

7 and 8

  1. Philip Harper 8 4:12

  2. Cooper Peter 8 4:23

  3. Delia Reynolds 7 4:48

  4. Rae Olexa 7 5:54

9 and 10

  1. Tanner Hamilton 10 13:30

  2. Aidan Haack 10 14:29

  3. Carter Chase 9 14:47

  4. Max Lyman 9 14:52

  5. Wrigley Neeley 10 15:03

  6. Ellie Reynolds 9 15:20

  7. Campbell McLarem 10 15:23

  8. Eva Reynolds 9 16:00

  9. Grace Olexa 10 16:15

Youth 13 to 15

Male

  1. Alden Wade 13 38:25:00

  2. Forrest Christian 14 42:15:00

  3. Finn Sias 14 43:58:00

  4. Derek Pettigrew 13 45:43:00

  5. Jack Bube 13 51:31:00

Female

  1. Emi Cooper 13 47:17:00

  2. Eliza Fox 14 53:27:00

  3. Althea Ort 15 1:03:37

Youth 16 to 18

Male

  1. John Foster 16 56:37:00

Female

  1. Nicki Swanson 16 1:21:59

Youth 11 to 12

Male

  1. Max Hamilton 12 18:45

  2. Jack Fox 11 18:55

  3. Sal Malone 11 20:30

  4. Thomas Cooper 11 20:56

  5. Caleb Haack 12 21:20

  6. Primo Famiglietti 11 21:21

  7. Kyan Strong 11 24:25:00

Female

  1. Annika Ort 12 25:43:00

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