Harrison, Frazier claim Unbound XL wins

William Harrison wins the Unbound XL
William Harrison wins the Unbound XL (Image credit: Life Time)
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XL Men
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1William Harrison 20:17:27
2Marius Karteusch 0:05:01
3Ernie Lechuga 0:17:41
4Chris Mehlman 0:18:41
5Mat Stephens 0:54:43
6James Osborne 1:27:44
7Yannick Eckmann 1:28:22
8Juergen Eckmann
9Maxx Chance 1:31:48
10Adam Hockley 2:00:36
11Jeffrey Terebey 2:48:20
12Tyler Pearce 2:48:22
13Jason Kiefer 2:48:23
14Anton Krupicka 2:58:25
15Federico Damiani 3:17:13
16Bob Koplos 3:27:53
17Jared Green 3:33:55
18Jeff Kerkove 3:48:45
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XL Women
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Cynthia Frazier 22:25:15
2Scotti Lechuga 0:59:25
3Andrea Dvorak 3:11:21
4Betsy Welch 4:04:19
5Tina Hart 4:09:20
6Sarah Didier 4:18:06
7Claire Reinert 6:17:16
8Rachel Wills 8:17:45
9Jackie Chasteen 8:19:14
10Alexandera Houchin 9:07:52
11Venny Alub 9:31:54
12Kendall Park 10:05:03
13Annie Davis 10:15:41
14Corinne Warren 11:57:40
15Karen dee Williams 12:03:09
16Kirsten Walker 12:40:40

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