Albrecht breaks Armstrong's streak

Bontrager-Livestrong swept the podium Friday during the stage 3 Cascade Lakes Road Race of the Bend Memorial Clinic Cascade Cycling Classic, with Jasper Stuyven taking the win in front of teammates Lawson Craddock and Gavin Mannion. Francisco Mancebo (Competitive Cyclist) finished in the same lead group as the Bontrager-Livestrong riders and seized back the yellow jersey from Jamis-Sutter Homes' Luis Amaran.

In the women's race, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies' Lex Albrecht soloed in for the stage win in front of Exergy-Twenty12's Andrea Dvorak and Now & Novartis for MS rider Beth Newell. Dvorak's teammate Kristin Armstrong finished safely in the bunch and held onto her yellow jersey heading into the Saturday evening downtown criterium.

The traditional Cascade Lakes Road Race course included a slight change this year for the men, who started and finished atop Mt. Bachelor. The men raced 148km, while the women tackled 112km.

The women's race followed a similar pattern as the men's, with constant early attacking driving up the pace but not paying off with any breakaways that could stick. Eventually a lead group of eight riders stretched the elastic to its breaking point about 80km into the race and peeled away from the bunch, setting out on what would end up being the day's winning move.

The final break included Albrecht and teammate Courteney Lowe, Dvorak, Newell, Rachel Warner (FCS-Rouse), Veranique Fortin (TIBCO-To the Top), Jazzy Hurikino (Vanderkitten) and Jackie Kurth (Primal-Map My Ride).

The eight escapees initially rotated well together, building a lead of more than four minutes. But the presence of Dvorak, who started the day in eighth place, less than three minutes behind second-place rider Alison Powers (Now & Novartis for MS), ended their cooperation.

"I think at that point a lot of the team cars came up and there wasn't as much cooperation pulling," Dvorak said. "I kept pulling though with maybe one or two other riders, if that. Unfortunately we were on terrain that doesn't really suit my strengths. There were a lot of downhills, and it was flat and windy."

Newell was one of the riders who stopped working, confirming Dvorak's notion that her presence in the group forced her to sit in. "We got about three, four minutes, and Andrea Dvorak would have been ahead of my teammate," Newell said. "Ali Powers was second in GC, and [Dvorak] would have moved up, so a couple of us were sitting on after that."

The gap came down to around 3:30 at the bottom of the final climb to Mt. Bachelor, and then it quickly came down to two minutes before the time splits stopped coming from officials. The break started whittling down on the final climb; as the pace went up riders started popping off the back until there were just three left off the front. Albrecht, Dvorak and Newell maintained their advantage until Newell finally popped out of the group and fought desperately to bridge back up. The track rider wasn't able to make contact and was joined by Warner with less than 1km remaining.

Without time splits since the bottom of the climb, Dvorak thought she and Albrecht still had several minutes advantage, so she drove the pace and eschewed the stage win in hopes of gaining enough time to move into second overall.

"Had I known that the gap was only a minute or two minutes, I might have rode differently and not maybe dragged Lex, who obviously rode very strongly all day, and perhaps played a little more cat and mouse with her to the finish," Dvorak said.

Unlike Dvorak, Albrecht had no confusion about what she was riding for: the stage win. "It was special for me to have the win today because it was my grandfather's birthday, and he passed away in January," she said.

The win provided Albrecht the chance to honor her grandfather with a special salute for her family.

"When he was being treated in the hospital when he was sick, he gave us the A-OK sign," she said. "So I thought it would be pretty cool to cross the line with the A-OK sign. It's going to be pretty special for my family to see those pictures."

Armstrong continues to lead Powers in the overall competition by 2:23 and Optum's Carmen Small by 2:37. Tibco's Megan Guarnier is in fourth, 2:41 down, while Small's teammate Jade Wilcoxson is 2:59 down in fifth.

Mancebo drives, Bontrager sweeps

The men's race began with a long descent off of Mt. Bachelor for the start of the clockwise loops around the mountain and the nearby lakes. Constant attacking early in the race set a high early pace and contributed to the 43 kph average speed for the day. Despite the attacking, none of the short-lived breaks that formed was able to stick until Ryan Wills (Elbowz), Adam Farabaugh (XO Communications) and Justin Rossi (Marc Pro-Strava) got away about 74km into the race.

With none of the lead trio a threat to the overall, the field appeared content to let the escapees ride off the front, and they built an ultimate gap of 4:30 with about 30km of racing remaining. That's when the leaders' luck began to change. Jamis-Sutter Home got some help from Bissell in reeling the escapees back, and just four miles later, the break had lost more than a minute of their advantage.

With the lead dwindling, Wills decided to take off, leaving his breakaway comrades behind after he jumped to take the sprint points. "They burnt their matches pretty early on," he said. "So it was pretty easy for me to sit back and then take the sprint and carry on to see if I could hold on."

But with less than 14km remaining, Wills' lead was down to just two minutes on the lower slopes of the final climb, and his day off the front appeared to be doomed. He had a little more than a minute over the compact field with 10km to go, and with less than eight to go attacks on the front of the chase laid waste to his advantage.

"I think if I'd have had another minute at the bottom of the climb, I would have made it over that last little climb to the flat finish," he said.

Kenda/5-Hour Energy's Nate English attacked the compact bunch and was the first rider to reach Wills, quickly dispatching the Elbowz rider and setting off on his own. Bontrager-Livestrong's Craddock moved up next, with Max Jenkins coming along as well. The trio on the front was soon joined by most of the field before Mancebo hit the front and set a pace that blew things wide open.

Within a couple hundred meters, Mancebo's pace had reduced the lead group down to just nine riders, including five from the Bontrager-Livestrong squad. Joining Mancebo in the lead were Stuyven, Craddock, Mannion, Boswell and Joe Dombroksi from Bontrager; Chris Baldwin and Carter Jones from Bissell; and Phil Gaimon from Kenda.

Mancebo sat in the front for the final 3km, driving the pace in an effort to gain enough time on Amaran to win back the jersey he had lost the day before in the time trial. The current National Race Calendar leader tried in vain to coax some of the other riders in the group to share the pace, but no one obliged, choosing instead to let the former Spanish national champion tow them to the finish line.

"It's normal, no," he said of the lack of help in the finale. "Everyone has their own goal. Some guys wanted to win the stage. For me, I did my work to get to the finish and take yellow."

Mancebo got the group close before Jones, the best young rider, attacked and Craddock followed. Just behind, Mannion was setting up a lead out for Stuyven, who overtook Jones and Craddock for his first-ever summit win. His teammates hung on to complete the sweep.

"There were five of us in a group of nine, so it was perfect," Stuyven said. "And I'm quite fast at the finish line. The team did a perfect lead out, and so it was just perfect. I think everyone knew that with five of us it would be hard to beat us."

Gaimon came in next, followed by Baldwin, Jones, Mancebo, Boswell and Dombroski. Jenkins, English and Andy Jacques-Maynes came in about 20 seconds later, while Jamis rider Peter Van Dijk led the field home about 38 seconds in arrears.

Mannion, who now leads the sprint and mountain competitions, said the development team's podium sweep was a bit of a surprise, but it was no accident.

"The goal was to get as many guys in the lead group as possible, but we obviously never expected to put five guys in such a select group," Mannion said. "So when we crested that final climb it was an amazing feeling. We knew what we could do coming into the finish."

Mancebo now leads Jones in the overall competition by 22 seconds and Craddock by 31. Kenda's Gaimon and English now sit fourth and fifth, 35 and 37 seconds down, respectively.

 

Full Women's Results

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lex Albrecht (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)2:53:26
2Andrea Dvorak (Exergy TWENTY12)0:00:04
3Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:00:34
4Rachel Warner (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:00:37
5Veronique Fortin (Team TIBCO)0:01:12
6Carmen Small (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:25
7Megan Guarnier (Team TIBCO)Row 6 - Cell 2
8Jade Wilcoxson (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 7 - Cell 2
9Alison Powers (NOW and Novartis for MS)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Flavia Oliveira (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Kristin Armstrong (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Lorena Vargas Villamil0:01:28
13Jackie Kurth (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:01:32
14Robin Farina (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:01:33
15Kristin Mcgrath (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 14 - Cell 2
16Amanda Miller (Team TIBCO)Row 15 - Cell 2
17Lauren Stephens (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Katheryn Mattis (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Lauren Hall (Team TIBCO)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Miranda Griffiths (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 19 - Cell 2
21Kathryn Donovan (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:01:40
22Laura Ralston (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:01:48
23Courteney Lowe (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 22 - Cell 2
24Lindsay Myers (Team TIBCO)Row 23 - Cell 2
25Amber Gaffney (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 24 - Cell 2
26Anna Sanders (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)Row 25 - Cell 2
27Janel Holcomb (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 26 - Cell 2
28Amy Thornquist (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 27 - Cell 2
29Jessica Cutler (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:02:05
30Jazzy Hurikino (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:02:12
31Liza Rachetto (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)Row 30 - Cell 2
32Heather Fischer (BMC Total Care Racing)0:02:14
33Emily Kachorek (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:02:26
34Brianna Walle (IRONCLAD p/b Yakima)Row 33 - Cell 2
35Nicole Justice (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 34 - Cell 2
36Anne Perry (Revolution Cafe Rio)Row 35 - Cell 2
37Kathleen Billington (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 36 - Cell 2
38Kristine Brynjolfson (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)Row 37 - Cell 2
39Anne Samplonius (NOW and Novartis for MS)Row 38 - Cell 2
40Kelly Crowley (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)Row 39 - Cell 2
41Alisha Welsh (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)Row 40 - Cell 2
42Lisa Campbell (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 41 - Cell 2
43Indgrid Drexel Clouthier0:03:12
44Melina Bernecker (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 43 - Cell 2
45Lindsay Fox (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 44 - Cell 2
46Jenny Rios (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 45 - Cell 2
47Jessica Chong (Stanley Morgan Cycling Team)Row 46 - Cell 2
48Jessica Prinner (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 47 - Cell 2
49Kate Chillcott (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 48 - Cell 2
50Kasey Clark (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)Row 49 - Cell 2
51Ruth Winder (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 50 - Cell 2
52Meredith Miller (Team TIBCO)0:03:16
53Jenny Lehmann (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)0:03:31
54Kimberley Turner (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 53 - Cell 2
55Nury Dudfay Torres Silva (INDERCAS Colombia)0:03:44
56Hillary Billington (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 55 - Cell 2
57Emilly Collins (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 56 - Cell 2
58Lauren De Crescenzo (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)Row 57 - Cell 2
59Mikayla Lyman (Team Sandals p/b Penny Sheldon Travel)Row 58 - Cell 2
60Amy Dombroski (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)Row 59 - Cell 2
61Kerry Martin (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 60 - Cell 2
62Loren Rowney (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 61 - Cell 2
63Leah Guloien (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)Row 62 - Cell 2
64Samantha Schneider (Team TIBCO)Row 63 - Cell 2
65Emma Grant (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 64 - Cell 2
66Kaitlin Antonneau (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 65 - Cell 2
67Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Exergy TWENTY12)0:04:28
68Jacquelyn Crowell (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 67 - Cell 2
69Beatrice Rodriquez (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 68 - Cell 2
70Amity Elliot (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:04:45
71Amy Mcguire (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:04:46
72Christina Gokey-Smith (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:05:25
73Kate Finegan (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 72 - Cell 2
74Zayda Maguire (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:06:03
75Devon Gorry (NOW and Novartis for MS)Row 74 - Cell 2
76Tayler Wiles (Exergy TWENTY12)0:06:31
77Olivia Dillon (NOW and Novartis for MS)Row 76 - Cell 2
78Heather Logan-Sprenger (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 77 - Cell 2
79Joy Mcculloch (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)Row 78 - Cell 2
80Holly Breck (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 79 - Cell 2
81Cara Gillis (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:07:12
82Bridie O'donnell (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:10:38
83Anna Barensfeld (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 82 - Cell 2
84Ashley James (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:11:49
85Anne Donley (Boulder Orthopedics)0:25:06
HDKaytie Scott0:26:47
HDKemille Garvin (Bountiful Mazda Cycling Team)Row 86 - Cell 2
HDNicole Mitchell (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:35:52
DNSLisa Turnbull (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 88 - Cell 2
DNSKari StudleyRow 89 - Cell 2
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Sprint 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Courteney Lowe (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)3pts
2Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)2Row 1 - Cell 3
3Jackie Kurth (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)1Row 2 - Cell 3
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Mountain 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Lex Albrecht (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)5pts
2Andrea Dvorak (Exergy TWENTY12)4Row 1 - Cell 3
3Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)3Row 2 - Cell 3
4Rachel Warner (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Carmen Small (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)1Row 4 - Cell 3
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Young riders
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lex Albrecht (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)2:53:26
2Rachel Warner (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:00:37
3Jackie Kurth (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:01:32
4Courteney Lowe (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:01:48
5Lindsay Myers (Team TIBCO)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Jazzy Hurikino (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:02:12
7Heather Fischer (BMC Total Care Racing)0:02:14
8Indgrid Drexel Clouthier0:03:12
9Jenny Rios (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 8 - Cell 2
10Jessica Prinner (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Kate Chillcott (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 10 - Cell 2
12Ruth Winder (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 11 - Cell 2
13Jenny Lehmann (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)0:03:31
14Kimberley Turner (BMC Total Care Racing)Row 13 - Cell 2
15Nury Dudfay Torres Silva (INDERCAS Colombia)0:03:44
16Emilly Collins (Vanderkitten-Focus)Row 15 - Cell 2
17Lauren De Crescenzo (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)Row 16 - Cell 2
18Mikayla Lyman (Team Sandals p/b Penny Sheldon Travel)Row 17 - Cell 2
19Amy Dombroski (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Loren Rowney (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)Row 19 - Cell 2
21Samantha Schneider (Team TIBCO)Row 20 - Cell 2
22Emma Grant (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)Row 21 - Cell 2
23Kaitlin Antonneau (Exergy TWENTY12)Row 22 - Cell 2
24Jacquelyn Crowell (Exergy TWENTY12)0:04:28
25Tayler Wiles (Exergy TWENTY12)0:06:31
26Holly Breck (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)Row 25 - Cell 2
27Ashley James (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:11:49
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Teams
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strateg OPT8:43:08
2Exergy TWENTY120:00:12
3NOW and Novartis for MS NOW0:00:42
4FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore FCS0:01:00
5Team TIBCO TIB0:01:20
6Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo STB0:02:49
7Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's r PRI0:02:59
8Vanderkitten-Focus VAN0:03:21
9SC Velo - Empower Coaching SCV0:04:36
10BMC Total Care Racing BMC0:06:07
11Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder TKG0:07:27
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General classification after stage 3
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kristin Armstrong (Exergy TWENTY12)6:59:27
2Alison Powers (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:02:23
3Carmen Small (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:02:37
4Megan Guarnier (Team TIBCO)0:02:41
5Jade Wilcoxson (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:02:59
6Amanda Miller (Team TIBCO)0:03:40
7Andrea Dvorak (Exergy TWENTY12)0:03:47
8Kristin Mcgrath (Exergy TWENTY12)0:03:54
9Lex Albrecht (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:05:05
10Robin Farina (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:05:55
11Miranda Griffiths (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:06:33
12Katheryn Mattis (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:06:51
13Lauren Stephens (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:06:54
14Lauren Hall (Team TIBCO)0:06:56
15Veronique Fortin (Team TIBCO)0:07:44
16Flavia Oliveira (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:07:47
17Meredith Miller (Team TIBCO)0:07:58
18Kathryn Donovan (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:08:15
19Jessica Cutler (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:08:20
20Janel Holcomb (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:08:26
21Anna Sanders (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:08:35
22Lorena Vargas Villamil0:08:49
23Lindsay Myers (Team TIBCO)0:09:01
24Kelly Crowley (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:09:23
25Nicole Justice (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:09:34
26Anne Samplonius (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:10:29
27Laura Ralston (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:10:55
28Indgrid Drexel Clouthier0:11:39
29Rachel Warner (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:12:04
30Alisha Welsh (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:13:01
31Lisa Campbell (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:14:34
32Amber Gaffney (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:15:01
33Amy Thornquist (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:15:11
34Devon Gorry (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:16:09
35Brianna Walle (IRONCLAD p/b Yakima)0:17:06
36Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:17:26
37Jacquelyn Crowell (Exergy TWENTY12)0:17:41
38Heather Fischer (BMC Total Care Racing)0:17:56
39Kristine Brynjolfson (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)0:18:08
40Liza Rachetto (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:18:12
41Kaitlin Antonneau (Exergy TWENTY12)0:19:51
42Emma Grant (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:20:18
43Ruth Winder (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:20:24
44Emily Kachorek (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:20:31
45Kathleen Billington (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:20:34
46Jazzy Hurikino (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:20:49
47Olivia Dillon (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:21:23
48Jessica Prinner (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:21:31
49Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Exergy TWENTY12)0:21:45
50Loren Rowney (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:21:52
51Jessica Chong (Stanley Morgan Cycling Team)0:22:05
52Tayler Wiles (Exergy TWENTY12)0:22:25
53Heather Logan-Sprenger (Exergy TWENTY12)0:22:42
54Kasey Clark (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:22:45
55Leah Guloien (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)0:22:57
56Anne Perry (Revolution Cafe Rio)0:23:00
57Amy Dombroski (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:23:08
58Lindsay Fox (BMC Total Care Racing)0:23:11
59Kimberley Turner (BMC Total Care Racing)0:23:41
60Kerry Martin (BMC Total Care Racing)0:23:53
61Anna Barensfeld (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:24:02
62Courteney Lowe (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)0:24:37
63Amity Elliot (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)Row 62 - Cell 2
64Jenny Lehmann (Trek Red Truck Racing Team)0:25:40
65Jackie Kurth (Primal/MapMyrIde Pro Women's Racing)0:25:43
66Emilly Collins (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:26:52
67Hillary Billington (BMC Total Care Racing)0:27:41
68Samantha Schneider (Team TIBCO)0:28:43
69Kate Chillcott (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:28:48
70Christina Gokey-Smith (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:29:22
71Amy Mcguire (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:29:23
72Lauren De Crescenzo (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:30:16
73Joy Mcculloch (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)0:30:54
74Nury Dudfay Torres Silva (INDERCAS Colombia)0:31:39
75Ashley James (NOW and Novartis for MS)0:31:56
76Kate Finegan (Stevens Bikes p/b Pactimo)0:32:26
77Jenny Rios (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:35:01
78Bridie O'donnell (Vanderkitten-Focus)0:35:32
79Cara Gillis (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:38:22
80Zayda Maguire (Team Kenda p/b Geargrinder)0:38:41
81Melina Bernecker (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:38:58
82Holly Breck (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:40:56
83Beatrice Rodriquez (SC Velo - Empower Coaching)0:45:45
84Mikayla Lyman (Team Sandals p/b Penny Sheldon Travel)0:48:46
85Anne Donley (Boulder Orthopedics)0:58:28
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Mountains classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Lex Albrecht (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)12pts
2Andrea Dvorak (Exergy TWENTY12)7Row 1 - Cell 3
3Megan Guarnier (Team TIBCO)6Row 2 - Cell 3
4Kristin Mcgrath (Exergy TWENTY12)5Row 3 - Cell 3
5Kristin Armstrong (Exergy TWENTY12)5Row 4 - Cell 3
6Kathryn Donovan (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)4Row 5 - Cell 3
7Carmen Small (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)4Row 6 - Cell 3
8Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)3Row 7 - Cell 3
9Jade Wilcoxson (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)2Row 8 - Cell 3
10Rachel Warner (FCS|ROUSE p/b Mr. Restore)2Row 9 - Cell 3
11Emilly Collins (Vanderkitten-Focus)1Row 10 - Cell 3
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Sprint classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Jade Wilcoxson (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)3pts
2Courteney Lowe (Optum pb Kelly Benefit Strategies)3Row 1 - Cell 3
3Megan Guarnier (Team TIBCO)2Row 2 - Cell 3
4Beth Newell (NOW and Novartis for MS)2Row 3 - Cell 3
5Robin Farina (NOW and Novartis for MS)1Row 4 - Cell 3