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24 Hours of Nine Mile returns to Wausau

Pua Sawicki (Team Mata)

Pua Sawicki (Team Mata) (Image credit: Mark Moore)

The USA Cycling 24-hour National Championships will return to Wausau, Wisconsin, this weekend August 2-3. More than 900 mountain bike enthusiasts from across the United States and Canada are expected to participate. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the event and the third year it has hosted the US Nationals.

A record number of attendees are expected, including current and former national champions vying for top honors. In addition to the six national championship categories, twenty non-national championship categories will be contested. These include team and solo events in the 12-hour and 24-hour categories. Support staff and spectators will bring total attendance to about 2,000.

Last year's race was won by Pua Sawicki and Chris Eatough.

For more information, visit www.24-9.com.

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