Elite women short track:
Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv Team) rode to victory in the Sea Otter Classic's short track on Friday afternoon. Vos finished ahead of Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team) and Erin Huck (Tokyo Tues/VCgraphix.com).
Even though many favorites were away at the World Cup in Pietermaritzburg, there was still plenty of talent at the start line.
Road and cyclo-cross world champion Vos launched a last lap attack to defeat Nash, who has stepped back from racing the full World Cup circuit this season.
Chloe Woodruff (Backcountry.com) earned a fourth placed finish ahead of Mary McConneloug (Kenda Stan's No Tubes) in fifth.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team|
|1||Marianne Vos (Ned) Rabo - Liv Team|
|2||Katerina Nash (USA) Luna Pro Team|
|3||Erin Huck (USA) Tokyo Joes / Vcgraphix.Com|
|4||Chloe Woodruff (USA) Backcountry.Com Bike Team|
|5||Mary McConneloug (USA) Kenda Stan's No Tubes|
|6||Mical Dyck (Can) Stan's No Tubes|
|7||Kate Courtney (USA) Specialized S Racing|
|8||Rose Grant (USA) Sportsman & Ski Haus|
|9||Maghalie Rochette (Can) Luna Pro Team|
|10||Haley Smith (Can) Norco Factory|
|11||Nina Baum (USA) Stan's No Tubes Women's|
|12||Amy Beisel (USA) Liv/Giant Tuffshed|
|13||Karlee Gendron (Can) Trek Canada|
|14||Erica Tingey (USA) Team Jamis|
|15||Jena Greaser (USA) Play Hard Give Back|
|16||Cayley Brooks (Can) Norco Factory|
|17||Amanda Sin (Can) Scott 3 Rox|
|18||Caroline Mani (Fra) Raleigh Clement|
|19||Lauren Catlin (USA) Bear Develoment|
|20||Melissa Ross (USA) Faster Performance Center|
|21||Shayna Powless (USA) Bmc|
|22||Emily Shields (USA) Bmc Project Dirt|
|23||Chloe Cross (Can) Team Whistler|
|24||Shannon Gibson (USA) No Tubes Elite Women|
|25||Kaylee Blevins (USA) Bear Development|
|26||Sarah Kaufmann (USA) No Tubes Elite Women|
|27||Sarah Sturm (USA) Ska Zia|
|28||Kaysee Armstrong (USA) Kona/TVB Race|
|29||Sarah Hill (USA) American Classic Pro MTB|
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