Werner gets better of Hecht in sprint at CincyCX C2

Kerry Werner was able to get the better of Saturday's C1 winner, Gage Hecht, with a well-timed bike throw in the finishing sprint of the CincyCX C2 race at Kingswood Park, Mason, Ohio, on Sunday.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kerry Werner (USA)0:52:10
2Gage Hecht (USA)Row 1 - Cell 2
3Stephen Hyde (USA)0:00:18
4Curtis White (USA)0:00:28
5James Driscoll (USA)0:00:46
6Gunnar Holmgren (Can)0:01:14
7Cody Kaiser (USA)Row 6 - Cell 2
8Tobin Ortenblad (USA)0:01:18
9Lance Haidet (USA)0:01:22
10Spencer Petrov (USA)Row 9 - Cell 2
11Michael Van Den Ham (Can)0:01:23
12Eric Brunner (USA)0:01:39
13Grant Ellwood (USA)0:01:49
14Cooper Willsey (USA)0:01:54
15Eric Thompson (USA)0:01:56
16Bjorn Selander (USA)0:02:00
17Denzel Stephenson (USA)0:02:03
18Anthony Clark (USA)0:02:04
19Caleb Swartz (USA)0:02:06
20Brian Matter (USA)0:02:16
21Brannan Fix (USA)0:02:29
22Travis Livermon (USA)0:02:36
23Nicholas Diniz (Can)0:02:41
24Maxx Chance (USA)0:03:05
25Jack Kisseberth (USA)0:03:09
26Christopher Aitken (Aus)0:03:10
27Alec Pasqualina (USA)0:03:13
28Troy Wells (USA)Row 27 - Cell 2
29Tristan Uhl (USA)0:03:14
30Benjamin Gomez Villafane (USA)Row 29 - Cell 2
31Ross Ellwood (USA)0:03:20
32Dylan Postier (USA)0:03:23
33Rory Jack (USA)0:03:46
34Tyler Clark (Can)0:03:58
35Michael Larson (USA)0:03:59
36Andrew Giniat (USA)0:04:09
37Samuel Kieffer (USA)0:04:25
38Tyler Cloutier (USA)0:04:54
39Jack Tanner (USA)0:05:27
40Kobi Gyetvan (USA)0:05:31
41Andrew Dillman (USA)0:05:38
42Amai Rawls (USA)0:06:13
43Mark Myles (USA)0:08:00
44Steven Williams (USA)0:08:15
45Shawn Geiger (USA)0:08:57
46Terol Pursell (USA)0:10:40
47Timothy Coffey (USA)Row 46 - Cell 2
DNFAllan Schroeder (USA)Row 47 - Cell 2
DNSAnders Nystrom (USA)Row 48 - Cell 2
DNSScott Albaugh (USA)Row 49 - Cell 2

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