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Vergegear.com Mid-Atlantic Cyclo-Cross Championship Series
Blue Bell, PA
Sunday, October 26, 2003
Vergegear.com Mid-Atlantic Cyclo-Cross Championship Series
Round 4: Prophecy Creek Cross (UCI)
Blue Bell, PA
October 26, 2003

Results Courtesy of
Tammy Ebersole, Media Coordinator for the 2003 Vergegear.com Mid-Atlantic  Cyclo-Cross Championship Series
These results are provided for informational purposes only.  Please note that the protest period for this event has expired and no changes can or will be made to these results.
Trebon and D'Aluisio claim wins at Prophecy Creek Cross The second day of the Mid-Atlantic UCI double-header was held at a new venue in Blue Bell, PA that drew rave reviews from both spectators and riders. The course was quite the opposite of the previous day's course at Granogue that featured lots of climbing and tricky technical sections. The Blue Bell course was wide open and fast, really fast. Two stream crossings made things interesting and claimed a fair share of flat tires. Optimum tire pressure was a big discussion point of the day With a paved road start, the Elite Women's race took off at warp speed and by the time the riders hit the first section of grass, Clif Bar teammates Carmen D'Aluisio and Gina Hall had already established an impressive gap. Newly signed Colavita Bolla rider, Charm Breon was about 50 meters back and behind her sat Christine Vardaros (Velo Bella/ Sally Spicer). While D'Aluisio and Hall set about widening their lead, Vardaros got down to business and slowly reeled in Breon. By the race's halfway point, Vardaros overtook Breon, moved into third and kept on going. Working hard behind Breon was track star Sarah Uhl (Saturn). At the front of the field, D'Aluisio eventually pulled away from Hall and soloed in for her second UCI win in two days. Hall finished second and Vardaros rolled in for third. Same top three finishers both days. Breon held off Uhl who took fourth and fifth, respectively. In the Elite Men's race Todd Wells (Mongoose/Hyundai) set out to duplicate D'Aluisio, by claiming back to back wins. Other riders were out to make sure that didn't happen. One of those riders was Saturday's runner-up, Ryan Trebon (Kona) who got the hole shot and came flying into the first grass section. Trebon's gap didn't hold and a large group of riders were together early in the race. Within that group was Jackson Stewart (Clif Bar) who attacked early on but was no match for the combined horsepower of the group. As the pace took its toll on the group, Wells, Andy Jacques-Mayne (Clif Bar) and Trebon broke free. Once free of the group, Wells and Jacques-Mayne surged, opening up a five second gap on Trebon. That gap grew slightly at times and it looked like the race was leaving Trebon. Trebon obviously had a different view of that opinion and as the riders came back into view on the next lap, Trebon had not only closed the gap, he had blown past both Wells and Jacques-Mayne. Wells matched Trebon's attack and that put Jacques-Mayne in difficulty. As the riders got the bell Jacques-Mayne had fallen off and Trebon started to pull away from Wells. As the crowd anxiously waited at the finish line, Trebon came storming in off the pavement all alone. He had opened an impressive gap over Wells and was able to enjoy the last part of his final lap. Wells soloed in for second and Jacques-Mayne wrapped up third. Bart Bowen (Kona) put in a great ride to claim fourth place and Jackson Stewart took fifth. The Masters 35+ race proved to be one of the most exciting of the day as Rob Hacker (Lite Bites) survived a blazing last minute charge by Chris D'Aluisio (Clif Bar) to take the win. Other winners of the day included Jamey Driscoll (GMBC/Invensys) in the Junior's race, Erica Allar (Fuji) in Women's B and Todd Cassan (Rocinante) in the Men's B race. Brian Webster (SVVC) won the Men's C category. Results 196 Starters Elite Men 1 Ryan Trabon Kona 2 Todd Wells Mongoose/Hyundai 3 Andy Jacques-Maynes Cliff Bar 4 Bart Bowen Kona 5 Jackson Stewart Clif Bar 6 Charlie Storm Fuji Se 7 Michael Cody NCC / BikeReg.com 8 gunnar Shogren Fort/GPOA Cross Racing 9 Matt White NCC / BikeReg.com 10 Andy Applegate Kona/Easton/CCA 11 Jeff Leake NCC/BikeReg.com 12 Jon Hamblen Fordi 13 Kyle Wamsley Fuji Se 14 Gregory Wittwer LSV/Trek 15 Joe Reynolds Wissahickon 16 Ryan Leech FORT/GPOA 17 Jacob Stechmann Alan Factory Team 18 Michael Yozell Wissahickon 19 Joey Thompson Balance Bar/Devo 20 Robert Lea Fuji Se 21 Nathan Deibert Faulkner Honda Racing 22 Bill Elliston YSG Racing 23 John Hanson Benidorm/Createx Elite Women 1 Carmen D'Aluisio Clif Bar 2 Gina Hall Clif Bar 3 Christie Vardaros Vello Bella / Sally Spar 4 Charmain Breon Colivita Bola 5 Sarah Uhl Saturn 6 Sinead Fitzgibbon Century Road Club 7 Katrina Davis Richard Sachs 8 Amber Itle Wissahickon 9 Susan MacLean Gear Works/Spin Arts Cycling Team 10 Cara McCauley Asheville Bicycle Racing Club/CCA 11 Betsy Schauer FORT/GPOA 12 Erica Miller Wissahickon 13 Celeste Drumm Mean Wheels Bike Shop 14 Caitlyn Tuel Sobe Cannondale 15 Kami Trembley Essex County Velo 16 Anna Milkowski Gearworks/SpinArts 17 Lisa Most Wissahickon 18 Tammy Ebersole Evolution Racing/Independent 19 Pam Shue Wissahickon 20 Bonnie Stoeckl Evolution 21 Megan Render Team Snow Valley 22 Michelle Suplick Wissahickon C - Men 1 Brian Webster S.V.V.C. 2 Mark Featherman Breakaway 3 David B. Chambliarn Tim Cycle 4 Jed Kornbluth Team Bike Therapy 5 Joseph Dickerson Swarthmore College 6 Todd Chewming L.S.V. 7 Ron Hermann Lateral Stress Velo 8 Christopher Stine Cedar Bike 9 Gustavo Sanchez Evolution Racing 10 Chuck Wahl 11 Rolf Windh 12 Tom Hart Verge Test Pilot 13 Jim Watkins Somerset Wheelmen 14 Benjamin Medaugh Drive Sport 15 Jay Rothberg Evolution Pro Shop 16 Greg Gorel Somerset Wheelmen 17 Paul Reiss 18 Daniel Hoover Quacker City 19 Len DePue 20 Robert Sands Evolution Racing 21 Peter Syre 22 Thaddeus Ziegert 23 Brian Gilmore 24 Cliff Saper Century Road Club 25 Daniel Warnick Tri Speed B - Women 1 Erica Allar T.E.A.M. Fuji 2 Catherine Powers New Canaan Cycles 3 Rebecca Koh CRCA / Raidcal 4 Krista Schultz Trispeed 5 Karen Tourian 6 Lauri Jenkins First State Velo Sport 7 Andrea Brunhofer 8 Megan Metroka 9 Christina Lindsey 10 Nina Santiago Liberty Cycle 11 Lana Courtney Master Men 35+ 1 Robert Hacker Team Lite Bites 2 Christopher D'Alivisio Cliff Bar 3 John Verheul Cycle-Smart 4 Eric Schlauch Somerset Wheelmen 5 Robert Campos Hampton Velo Club 6 Richard Maile Cliff Bar 7 wiliam crecelius Rapid Transit 8 Ransom Weaver Guys Bikes 9 mike hebe Monex 10 Christopher Long Independent Fabrication/Gotham 11 Bill Alcorn Speed Goat 12 fred wittwer Charlottesville Racing Club 13 Stephen Caffrey First State Velo Sport 14 Martin Jones Somerset Wheelmen 15 Larry Kaufman KMK Velo 16 Douglass Gray First State Velo Sport 17 Fred Handel nittany velo club 18 Gary Keblish CRCA / Conrads 19 Kirk Reisinger Wissahickon 20 Scott Wilson Evolution Racing/Indy Fab 21 Mark Elasser Wissahickon 22 ROBERT LYON FIRST CAPITAL VELO 23 Leo Pizzini F.S.V.S. 24 Robert bobrow TexasRoadhouse/Roark 25 Christopher Stutz Susquehanna V.S. 26 Kevin Breckenmaker Team Harrisburg 27 John Fox Verge Test Pilot 28 John Lux First Capitol Velo Club 29 Marc Bechtold Tri State Velo 30 Scott Seifert Team Harrisburg 31 Fafar Bayart 32 Steve Heede FIRST CAPITAL VELO 33 Scott Reynolds Evolution 34 Nunzio DiBiasi Team Harrisburg 35 Dave Genest Richard Sachs 36 Charles McDaniel Wooden Wheels 37 Gary Dugovich Allegheny Cycling Association 38 Michael Gibbons Team Bike Therapy 39 Cliff Saper CRCA / Conrads 40 patrick leonard evolution racing 41 Charles (Mike) Harvey Breakaway 42 Christopher Byrne CRCA / Conrads 43 David Mitchell QCW/Bike Addicts Master Men 45+ 1 fred wittwer Charlottesville Racing Club 2 Leo Pizzini F.S.V.S. 3 Kevin Breckenmaker Team Harrisburg 4 Steve Heede FIRST CAPITAL VELO 5 Scott Reynolds Evolution 6 Nunzio DiBiasi Team Harrisburg 7 Dave Genest Richard Sachs 8 Gary Dugovich Allegheny Cycling Association 9 Charles(Mike) Harvey Breakaway Juniors 17-18 1 Jamey Driscoll GMBC Invensys 2 Konrad LeBas Richard Sachs 3 Geoffrey Johnson Portland Velo 4 Gonzalo Escobar COPPI / M SAAB 5 Chris Ruhl East Coast Velo 6 Kyle Gregg First State Velo Juniors 10-16 Kyle Gregg First State Velo B - Men 1 Todd Cassan Rocinante 2 Wade Hess Team Bacon 3 Jesse Semanchik First State Velo Sport 4 Chris Samuel PRO Pedals 5 N. Johan Anestad Evolution Racing 6 chris mayhew FORT/GPOA 7 Christian Skinner Beacon Cycling 8 daniel wilson first state velo sport 9 Jason Babcock Nittany Velo Club 10 Wayne Scott First State Velo Sport 11 Toms Mains Ready PAC CCE 12 Gary Keblish CIRCA / Conrads 13 Colin Sandberg ESSM/GPOA Cycling Team 14 Adam Szczepanski Nittany Velo Club 15 Bruce Freehoff Beacon 16 Drew Guldalian Wissahickon 17 Ethan Townsend LSV -Trek - VW 18 Steve Craig Monex 19 Alan Buday Rotations Racing 20 Brendan Marshall Team Beacon 21 Taylor Jones Cycling Spoken Here/App. State Univ. 22 Erik DeSilva Drexel University 23 Andrew Neumann Evolution Racing 24 Ray Ignosh Monkey Hill 25 DOUGLAS DICKS CRCA/BENNETTS BICYCLES 26 Justin Polinski Skyline Bicycle 27 Eric Morgan Wissahickon 28 Elliot McAllister 29 Andrew Albright Aquafina 30 Brian Burgess Team Beacon 31 Nate Simms N. Atlantic Velo 32 Ian Sandberg Evolution Racing 33 Craig Callan Highland Park Hermes 34 Jay Downs A1 Guinnes 35 John Linvill Main Line Cycle Club 36 Jeffrey R. Guy Speedgoat/Allegheny Cycling Association 37 Shawn Johnson Lateral Stress Velo 38 Nick Rinker First Capital Velo

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