Van Gilder busts out her winning sprint

Laura van Gilder (C3 Athletes Serving Athletes) kicked off the season winning Saturday in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania. She defeated Mo Bruno-Roy in a two-up sprint and saw teammate Deidre Winfield cruise in for third place.

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1Laura Van Gilder (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes0:42:32
2Maureen Bruno Roy (USA) MM Racing-Seven Cycles-Wheelworks0:00:03
3Deidre Winfield (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes0:00:29
4Rebecca Wellons (USA) Team Plan C0:00:43
5Kristin Gavin (USA) Human Zoom-Pabst Blue Ribbon0:01:17
6Arley Kemmerer (USA) Hub Racing0:01:37
7Carolyn Popovic (USA) Cape Atlantic Racing/beaconcycling.com0:01:49
8Nikki Thiemann (USA) Human Zoom-Pabst Blue Ribbon0:02:18
9Vicki Thomas (Can) Ottawa Cross0:02:21
10Kacey Mandefield (USA)0:03:03
11Erica Yozell Miller (USA) South Mountain Cycles0:03:15
12Lauri Webber (USA) Secret Henry's Team0:03:44
13Jennifer Maxwell (USA) ATAC Sportswear p/b The Bike Rack0:03:53
14Patricia Buerkle (USA) Haymarket Bicycles0:04:00
15Jessica Singerman (USA) Wissahickon0:04:19
16Kristine Church (USA) Human Zoom-Pabst Blue Ribbon0:04:28
17Beth Mason (USA) Verge Test Pilot0:05:02
18Julie Kuliecza (USA) Alan North America Cycling0:05:10
19Diane Grim (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes0:05:34
20Jill Waggett (USA) Guy's Racing Club0:05:39
21Kristy Swope (USA) Team EPS/CSS p/b Brielle Cyclery0:05:51

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