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US Pro XCT #6: Missoula XC 2013

Date range:
June 21-23, 2013

June 22, Elite women cross country:

Mata dominates on way to winning the Missoula Pro XCT

By:
Cycling News
Published:
June 23, 2013, 4:32 BST,
Updated:
June 24, 2013, 16:52 BST

Woodruff, Dong make up the podium

Pua Mata (Cannondale-ShoAir) pulled away from Chloe Woodruff (Crankbrothers) on the second lap of five to take the win in the women's pro cross-country race

Pua Mata (Cannondale-ShoAir) pulled away from Chloe Woodruff (Crankbrothers) on the second lap of five to take the win in the women's pro cross-country race

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Pua Mata (Cannondale Sho-Air) showed that she has fully recovered from an injury sustained earlier in the year by winning the elite women's cross country race at the Missoula XC at Marshall Mountain.

The selection for the women's race happened within the first few laps with Mata, Chloe Woodruff (Crankbrothers) and Evelyn Dong going off the front. Mata jumped away on the descent during the second lap and never looked back.

Woodruff tried to bridge the gap but could never catch up to Mata, who is showing that even with the setback of a broken leg in the early season, she is a force to be reckoned with this season on the Pro XCT circuit.

Full Results

# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Pua Mata (Cannondale-ShoAir)    
2 Chloe Woodruff (Crankbrothers Race Club)    
3 Evelyn Dong    
4 Erin Huck (Tokyo Joes)    
5 Judy Freeman (Crankbrothers Race Club)    
6 Amanda Sin (SCOTT-3 Rox Racing)    
7 Rose Grant (Sportsman & Ski Haus)    
8 Teal Stetson-Lee (Team LUNA Chix)    
9 Jean Ann Berkenpas (Xprezo Factory Team)    
10 Amanda Carey    
11 Alexis Skarda    
12 Larissa Fitchett    
13 Cindy Montambault (Equipe du Quebec/CVM 2 VALS)    
14 Amy Beisel (Griggs Orthopedics)    
15 Shayna Powless (BMC Mountainbike Development Team USA)    
16 Rebecca Gross (Tough Girl Cycling)    
17 Jamie Busch    
18 Elizabeth English    
19 Heidi Rentz    
20 Haley Smith (Norco Factory Team)    
21 Sarah Kaufmann (Stans NoTubes Womens Elite)    
22 Kaila Hart (No Tubes Elite Womens Racing)    
23 Erica Tingey    
24 Linnea Dixson (Mafia Racing)    
25 Andreane Lanthier-Nadeau (Rocky Mountain Factory Team)    
26 Caroline Mani (Raleigh Clement)    
27 Lisa Curry (Gallatin Alpine Sports/Intrinsik Archite)    
28 Jill Behlen (University of Wyoming)    
DNF Frederique Trudel (Specialized racing Canada/TeamQuebec)    
DNF Catherine Fleury (Equipe du Quebec/Cyclone d'Alma)    
DNF Christina Gokey-Smith (Colonel's/Sho-Air)    
DNF Beth Utley (ORO Valley Bicycle)    
DNF Anna Beck (Cyclinic Kenmore Cycles)    
DNF Lydia Tanner    
DNF Deidre York (The Gear Movement Pro Cycling Team)    
DNF Lesley Paterson