Cantwell victorious at Sunny King Criterium

Australia National Criterium Champion, Jonathan Cantwell (V Australia) brought his team its first National Racing Calendar (NRC) victory of the season at the Sunny King Criterium held on Saturday in Anniston, Alabama. He won the bunch sprint to the line ahead of Mike Northey (Pure Black Racing) in second and Rahsaan Bahati (Pista Palace) in third.

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Full Results
1Jonathan Cantwell (V Australia)
2Michael Northey (Pure Black Racing)
3Rahsaan Bahati (SKLZ p/b Pista Palace)
4Patrick Bevin (Bissell Pro Cycling Team)
5Raymond Kreder (Chipotle Development Team)
6Luca Damiani (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
7Emile Abraham (AeroCat Cycling)
8Ty Magner (Team Type 1 Development)
9Davide Frattini (UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling)
10Daniel Holt (Team Type 1- Development)
11Thomas Brown (Team Mountain Khakis)
12Daniel Summerhill (Chipotle Development Team)
13David Guttenplan (Four 2 One Sports/Chemstar)
14Thomas Scully (Chipotle Development Team)
15Michael Sherer (Kelly Benefit Strategies/OptumHealth)
16Adam Myerson (Team Mountain Khakis)
17Bernard Sulzberger (V Australia)
18Hannes Baumgarten (Iron Data Racing)
19Daniel Barry (Pure Black Racing)
20Isaac Howe (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
21Stevie Cullinan (SKLZ p/b Pista Palace)
22Alder Martz (Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club)
23Ben Kersten (V Australia)
24Jonathan Atkins (Womack Carbon Technology)
25Scottie Weiss (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
26Andrew Dahlheim (Bissell Pro Cycling Team)
27Winston David (Globalbike Racing)
28Colin Jaskiewicz (Century Road Club Association)
29Jordan Heimer
30Diego Garavito (AeroCat Cycling)
31Travis Livermon (Team Mountain Khakis)
32Benjamin Zawacki (Team Mountain Khakis)
33Neil Bezdek (Kissena Cycling Club)
34Christopher Brown (Litespeed-BMW)
35Jackie Simes (Jamis-Sutter Home)
36Brian Toone (Birmingham Velo/Tria Market /DonohooAuto)
37K Frank Pipp (Bissell Pro Cycling Team)
38Tiago DePaula Souza (DePaula Racing)
39Cesar Grajales (RealCyclist.com)
40Jonathan Atkins (Womack Carbon Technology)
41Jacob Rytlewski (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
42Mike Stone (Hincapie Development Team)
43Evan Hyde (RealCyclist.com)
44Timothy Gudsell (Pure Black Racing)
45Karel Sumbal (GearLink Racing INC.)
46Edison Turner (Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club)
47Chad Hartley (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
48Chris DeMarchi (SKLZ p/b Pista Palace)
49Eric Stubbs (GearLink Racing INC.)
50Andrew Scarano (Womack Carbon Technology)
51Carlos Vargas (Team Hotel San Jose)
52Gavriel Epstein (Chipotle Development Team)
53Tim Hall (NashvilleCyclist.com)
54Jacob Brewer (US Military Cycling)
55Alex Wieseler (Four 2 One Sports/Chemstar)
56David Williams (Bissell Pro Cycling Team)
57Thomas Soladay (Kelly Benefit Strategies/OptumHealth)
58Christian Parrett (Fulton Flyers Cycling Club)
59Andrew Baker (Bissell Pro Cycling Team)
60Cole House (RealCyclist.com)
61Joe Eldridge (Team Type 1)
62Michael Lanham (Globalbike Racing)
63Brendan Cornett (TBB Sports/Locos Grill & Pub)
64Robert Giannini (TBB Sports/Locos Grill & Pub)
65James Paolinetti (SKLZ p/b Pista Palace)
66Shem Rodger (Pure Black Racing)
67Michael Midlarsky (RealCyclist.com)
68Andrew Meyer (Carolina Bicycle Company)
69Oscar Clark (RealCyclist.com)
70Jonathan Sundt (Kenda/ 5-hour Energy p/b Geargrinder)
71Luke Keough (Team Mountain Khakis)
72Joey Rosskopf (Team Type 1- Development)
73Eric Marcotte (SKLZ p/b Pista Palace)

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Kirsten Frattini
Deputy Editor

Kirsten Frattini is the Deputy Editor of Cyclingnews, overseeing the global racing content plan.

Kirsten has a background in Kinesiology and Health Science. She has been involved in cycling from the community and grassroots level to professional cycling's biggest races, reporting on the WorldTour, Spring Classics, Tours de France, World Championships and Olympic Games.

She began her sports journalism career with Cyclingnews as a North American Correspondent in 2006. In 2018, Kirsten became Women's Editor – overseeing the content strategy, race coverage and growth of women's professional cycling – before becoming Deputy Editor in 2023.