American youngster Gage Hecht (Alpha Bicycle Company Vista Sub) secured the junior men's title at the Pan American Continental Cyclo-cross Championships held on Sunday at Devou Park in Covington, Kentucky.
The junior’s 17-18 Pan American Championship race delivered tons of drama as Hecht battled closely with runner-up Gavin Haley (Red Zone Cycling) while eventual third and fourth place riders Christopher Blevins (NCCF/Team Specialized Juniors) and Spencer Petrov (Element Cycles) continuously surged dangerously close to upsetting the podium positions.
Lance Haidet (BEV DEV TEAM) finished in fifth.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Gage Hecht (USA) Alpha Bicycle Company Vista Sub||0:43:31|
|2||Gavin Haley (USA) Red Zone Cycling||0:00:28|
|3||Christopher Blevins (USA) specialized Juniors||0:00:32|
|4||Spencer Petrov (USA) Element Cycles||0:00:41|
|5||Lance Haidet (USA) BEAR DEV TEAM||0:00:46|
|6||Jerry Dufour (USA) Team Mugshots/Coach Drew Edsa||0:00:55|
|7||Willem Boersma (Can) Cycle-Smart||0:01:00|
|8||Michael Owens (USA) CyclocrossWorld.com Devo Team||0:01:02|
|9||Brannan Fix (USA) Boo Bicycles/TrainingPeaks||0:01:44|
|10||Cameron Beard (USA) Cyclocrossworld.com devo team||0:03:06|
|11||Liam Dunn (USA) Clif Bar Devo||0:03:28|
|12||Cade Bickmore (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport Devo p/b BJC||0:04:49|
|13||Adin Baird (USA) Boulder Junior Cycling p/b BCS||0:04:57|
|14||Tanner Browne (USA) Miller School of Albemarle||0:05:16|
|15||Stuart Mcknight (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport Devo p/b Boul||0:05:44|
|16||Silas Moorefield (USA) Cycleworks||0:05:52|
|17||Jedidiah Fritzinger (USA) Papa John's Racing Team||0:05:53|
|18||Evan Geary (USA) Rad Racing NW||0:05:54|
|19||Jack Tanner (USA) Boulder Junior Cycling||0:07:12|
|20||Chris Key (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport p/b BJC||0:07:37|
|21||Sam Rosenberg (USA) Hutch's Specialized||0:07:52|
|22||Cameron Bellian (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport Devo p/b BJC||-1Lap|
|23||Zachary Ross (USA) Bishop Bicycles||-2Laps|
|24||Ben Watkins (USA) Team Soundpony||-2Laps|
|25||Rob Sandusky (USA) Matrix/Richardson Bike Mart||-3Laps|
|26||Samuel Lear (USA) SEAVS/Haymarket||-3Laps|
|27||Jordan Lewis (USA) Cycle Smart Elite Team||-3Laps|
|28||Luke Mullis (GBr) Wolverines||-3Laps|
|29||Ethan Reynolds (USA) Hot Tubes Development Cycling T||-4Laps|
|DNF||Cooper Willsey (USA) CyclocrossWorld.com Devo Team|
|DNF||Jacob Howard (Can) Synergy Racing|
|DNF||Jake Thompson (USA) Miller School of Albemarle|
|DNF||Guy Daggett (USA) WASLabs|
|DNF||Ian Mcshane (USA) VO2 Multisport|
|DNF||Eric Brunner (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport p/b BJC|
|DNF||Jonathan Brown (USA) Hot Tubes Junior Development Te|
|DNS||Nicholas Vorwerk (USA) Team Novo Nordisk|
|DNS||Josiah Longenecker (USA) Midwest Devo|
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