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Hyde beats Powers to Pan Am title

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Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz) dangled just off the back of the lead pack for quite a while

Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz) dangled just off the back of the lead pack for quite a while
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Former US Champion Jonathan Page (Fuji) hammering out of the saddle

Former US Champion Jonathan Page (Fuji) hammering out of the saddle
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Both Powers and Hyde were able to bunny-hop the barriers

Both Powers and Hyde were able to bunny-hop the barriers
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Allen Krughoff (Boulder Cycle Sport) on the steepest descent mid-race

Allen Krughoff (Boulder Cycle Sport) on the steepest descent mid-race
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Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) on a tricky off-camber descent, with Powers chasing.

Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) on a tricky off-camber descent, with Powers chasing.
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Cody Kaiser (Lange Twins) leading a chase group through the start/finish area

Cody Kaiser (Lange Twins) leading a chase group through the start/finish area
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Kerry Werner (Kona) is an experienced mountain biker and had little trouble with the Devou course.

Kerry Werner (Kona) is an experienced mountain biker and had little trouble with the Devou course.
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Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) leading the race with less than one lap to go.

Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) leading the race with less than one lap to go.
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Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) winning the Pan Am Continental Championship for the first time

Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) winning the Pan Am Continental Championship for the first time
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Jeremy Powers congratulating his close friend Stephen Hyde at the finish.

Jeremy Powers congratulating his close friend Stephen Hyde at the finish.
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Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing), Stephen Hyde, and Danny Summerhill crossing an off-camber portion of the course

Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing), Stephen Hyde, and Danny Summerhill crossing an off-camber portion of the course
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Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing) leading Hyde and Werner in pursuit of Summerhill.

Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing) leading Hyde and Werner in pursuit of Summerhill.
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Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) racing with a small gap over Powers, Hyde, and Werner

Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) racing with a small gap over Powers, Hyde, and Werner
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Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) at the start

Danny Summerhill (Maxxis Shimano) at the start
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The Elite Men head out onto the Devou Park course

The Elite Men head out onto the Devou Park course
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Andrew Dillman (Cyclocross Alliance) lead early in the race

Andrew Dillman (Cyclocross Alliance) lead early in the race
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Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz), Stephen Hyde, and Jeremy Powers were all back a few positions in the first few minutes of the race.

Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz), Stephen Hyde, and Jeremy Powers were all back a few positions in the first few minutes of the race.
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US Champion Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing) chasing Summerhill during the second lap.

US Champion Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing) chasing Summerhill during the second lap.
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Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) and Jeremy Powers got caught behind a small crash early in the race that allowed Summerhill to briefly escape.

Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) and Jeremy Powers got caught behind a small crash early in the race that allowed Summerhill to briefly escape.
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Some racers were able to ride the steepest climb, but most had to run it.

Some racers were able to ride the steepest climb, but most had to run it.
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Kerry Werner (Kona) racing solidly in fourth position

Kerry Werner (Kona) racing solidly in fourth position
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There were all sorts of mishaps on the steep run-up

There were all sorts of mishaps on the steep run-up
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Jonathan Page (Fuji) and Troy Wells (Cliff Bar) racing near the steep run-up

Jonathan Page (Fuji) and Troy Wells (Cliff Bar) racing near the steep run-up
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Men’s Podium (L to R) Jeremy Powers (Aspire) 2nd, Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) 1st, Danny Summerhill (Maxxis) 3rd

Men’s Podium (L to R) Jeremy Powers (Aspire) 2nd, Stephen Hyde (Cannondale) 1st, Danny Summerhill (Maxxis) 3rd
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Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Stephen Hyde (USA)0:59:48
2Jeremy Powers (USA)0:00:22
3Daniel Summerhill (USA)0:00:30
4Kerry Werner (USA)0:00:31
5Allen Krughoff (USA)0:01:33
6Travis Livermon (USA)0:01:51
7Yannick Eckmann (USA)0:02:06
8Tobin Ortenblad (USA)0:02:10
9Justin Lindine (USA)0:02:14
10Jeremy Martin (Can)0:02:37
11Jonathan Page (USA)0:02:56
12Andrew Dillman (USA)0:03:21
13Tristan Cowie (USA)0:03:38
14Mark Mcconnell (Can)0:03:48
15Aaron Schooler (Can)0:03:54
16Brian Matter (USA)0:04:32
17Michael Van Den Ham (Can)
18Joshua Johnson (USA)0:05:19
19Cody Kaiser (USA)0:06:03
20Andrew Reardon (USA)0:06:04
21Troy Wells (USA)0:06:57
22Tyler Cloutier (USA)
23Cody Cupp (USA)
24Michael Larson (USA)
25Kyle Russ (USA)
26Anton Varabei (Can)
27Rodrigo Esteban Salazar Perez (Chi)
28Kacey Campbell (USA)
29Vance Fletcher (USA)

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