Driscoll wins Waves for Water Cyclocross opener

Lloyd claims women's race

Raleigh Clement’s Jamie Driscoll and Cal Giant’s Rachel Llyod took wins on day one of the Waves for Water Cyclocross Collaboration held at the LeMay Family Foundation Event Center outside of Tacoma, WA.

Rachel Llyod (Cal-Giant) started the day by taking the hole shot and held on to win with an eight-second gap over her closest competitor Amanda Miller (Boulder Cycle Sport/Yogaglo). Local Courtney McFadden (GE Capitol/American Classic) held on for third place.

Those three ladies escaped a field of 63 elite women early in the race, creating a gap large enough that no riders were able to jump across.

The group held together for the first three laps when Llyod put in a dig and broke free. She was riding strong after placing ninth in last week’s World Cup at Milton Keynes. Gaps remained steady throughout the race leaving Llyod plenty of time to post up for the win.

In the elite men’s race, local rider Logan Owen (Cal-Giant) wanted to win and went on the attack from the gun. He took the hole shot, but was quickly joined by Raleigh/Clement's Ben Berden, and later by Jamie Driscoll (Raleigh/Clement). The teammates worked well together, keeping Owen on the front the first half of the race. The trio animated the race and put on a show for spectators.

The lead changed hands multiple times, but a dual attack from Driscoll and Berden managed to put distance into the Cal Giant rider. In the end, it was Driscoll who came out on top, crossing the line with a small gap over his teammate Berden. Owen held on for third, some five seconds down.

Day two of Waves For Water Cyclocross Collective will be held a few miles away at Ft. Steilacoom Park in Lakewood Washington.

Waves For Water is a non-profit organization with a simple mission: “Get clean water to every single person who needs it.” To date, Waves for Water has helped provide access to clean water to over 7,500,000 people. For more information on Waves For Water visit www.wavesforwater.org.

Full Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1James Driscoll (USA) Raleigh/Clement1:00:05 
2Ben Berden (Bel) Raleigh clement0:00:06 
3Logan Owen (USA) California Giant Cycling0:00:15 
4Adam Craig (USA) Giant Factory Off-Road0:01:21 
5Ryan Trebon (USA) Cannondale Cyclocross0:01:35 
6Russell Stevenson (USA) Trek Collective0:01:50 
7Allen Krughoff (USA) Noosa Professional CX0:02:04 
8Cody Kaiser (USA) Lange Twins/Specialized0:02:19 
9Steve Fisher (USA) Jelly Belly Cycling0:02:30 
10Tobin Ortenblad (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Specialized0:02:46 
11Craig Richey (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes0:02:54 
12Shawn Milne (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo0:03:05 
13Kevin Bradford-Parish (USA)0:03:12 
14Joachim Parbo (Den) Challenge Tires0:03:40 
15Josh Kelley (USA) Chris King/Cielo Factory Racing0:04:06 
16Erik Tonkin (USA) Kona0:05:03 
17Christopher Bagg (USA)0:05:41 
18Andrew Coe (USA) Soraz Racing0:06:21 
19Parker Bloom (Can) Naked Factory Racing p/b Broad Street Cycle0:06:45 
20Toby Swanson (USA) Ravena Capital Management0:06:46 
21Kaler Marshall (USA) Audi p/b Kryki Sports0:07:14 
22Kacey Campbell (USA) Hammer Nutrition0:08:13 
23Justin Abbott (USA)0:08:30 
24David Wilcox (USA) Zanconato Custom Cycles -2Laps 
25Jason Walker (USA) Folsom Bike/VW/Raley's- Men's Road Team  
26Robert Parkin (GBr) Parkin Factory Racing  
27Drew Mackenzie (Can) Little Lebowski Urban Achievers  
28Kristopher Holden (USA) Vertical Earth  
29Rory Jack (USA) Recycled Cycles Racing  
30Leif Olson (USA)  
31Steven Williams (USA) Recycled Cycles Racing  
32Mike Henry (USA) Evolution Racing Team-WA  
33Clint Williams (USA) River City Velo -3Laps 
34Matthew Hornland (Can) Mighty Cycling  
35Terry Mckall (Can) Naked Factory Racing -5Laps 
DNFSamuel Bramel (USA) Basso pb Tonka Cycle  
DNSCarl Decker (USA) Giant Factory Off-Road  
DNSJohn Flack (USA) Olympia Orthopaedic Associates  
DNSAndrew Juiliano (USA) Voler HRS Rocklobster  
DNSSpencer Paxson (USA) Kona Factory Team  
DNSZach Mcdonald (USA)  
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Rachel Lloyd (USA) California Giants/Specialized0:49:49 
2Amanda Miller (USA) Boulder CycleSport/Yogaglo0:00:25 
3Courtenay McFadden (USA)0:01:29 
4Beth Ann Orton (USA) Team S&M0:02:15 
5Jessica Cutler (USA) bikesport racing team0:02:40 
6Mical Dyck (Can) Stan's NoTubes0:02:51 
7Laura Winberry (USA) Speedvagen Family Racing0:02:55 
8Erica Zaveta (USA) ABD Racing0:03:13 
9Caroline Dezendorf (USA) Marin Bikes0:04:05 
10Tricia Fleischer (USA) ABD Cycling Club0:04:12 
11Marsa Daniel (USA) Group Health0:04:14 
12Alexandra Burton (USA) Portland Bicycle Studio0:04:41 
13Megan Chinburg (USA) River City Women's Racing Team0:05:09 
14Jennifer Gaertner (USA) Vertical Earth0:05:22 
15Rebecca Gross (USA) Vanderkitten CX (VKCX)0:05:48 
16Shantel Koenig (Can) Kokanee Redbike0:05:59 
17Melanie Lewis (USA) Axiom HVAC/Voler/Cycle U  
18Alana Heise (Can) Terrascape Racing  
19Kelly Jones (Can) Steed Cycles0:06:07 
20Heidi Wood (USA) 333FAB CX Factory Team0:06:15 
21Annalisa Fish (USA) Portland Bicycle Studio0:06:20 
22Ellen Sherrill (USA) Rock Lobster0:06:25 
23Dawn Andres (USA) Portland Bicycle Studio0:06:37 
24Andrianna Zolton (USA) Nemesis Racing0:07:15 
25Natalie Koncz (USA) Nemesis Racing0:07:36 
26Shannon Mallory (USA) Fanatik Racing0:07:49 
27Jadine Riley (GBr) Team Group Health-1Laps  
28Julie Robertson-Zivin (USA) Cycling Northwest  
29Sara Fletcher (USA) Autoglas Wetteren  
30Hillary King (USA) Nemesis Racing  
31Kelly Chang (USA) Rock Lobster  
32Emily Huebner (USA) Keller Rohrback Cycling  
33Tina Brubaker (USA) Speedvagen Family Racing  
34Kristi Berg (USA) Axiom HVAC/Voler/Cycle U  
35Emily Boscacci (USA) Oregon Bike Shop Racing Team  
DNFEmily Kachorek (USA)  
DNSNicole Duke (USA) Marin/SPY  


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