L39ION of Los Angeles sweeps podium at Salt Lake Criterium

Tyler Williams (LEGION) takes the win in Salt Lake Criterium
Tyler Williams (LEGION) takes the win in Salt Lake Criterium (Image credit: Kit Karzen/@kitkarzen)

Tyler Williams won his fourth race of the season and led the way for a trio of L39ION of Los Angeles riders to dominate the podium for the Salt Lake Criterium on Saturday. It was the third stop for USA CRITS, held in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, and Tyler Williams' first victory in the series.

Trailing Tyler Williams with arms in the air were Cory Williams in second and brother Justin in third. All six riders on the L39ION squad were among the 61 riders to finish the fast one-kilometre course in the lower slopes of the Wasatch Mountains under sunny skies and sweltering heat.

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Brief results - pro men
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Tyler Williams (L39ION of Los Angeles) 1:01:15
2Cory Williams (L39ION of Los Angeles)
3Justin Williams (L39ION of Los Angeles)
4Daniel Estevez (Best Buddies Racing)
5Sean McElroy (Aevolo)
6Scott McGill (Aevolo)
7Michael Hernandez (Best Buddies Racing)
8Thomas Gibbons (Automatic Racing)
9Spencer Moavenzadeh (ButcherBox Cycling)
10John Harris (ButcherBox Cycling)

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