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Mulally brothers carve up junior categories in downhill

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Neko Mulally not only won the Junior 17-18 race, but also set the fastest time of the day which would have put him on the top step of the Pro Men's podium.

Neko Mulally not only won the Junior 17-18 race, but also set the fastest time of the day which would have put him on the top step of the Pro Men's podium. (Image credit: Eddie Clark)
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Damon Morin rode to a fine second place in the Junior 15-16 race.

Damon Morin rode to a fine second place in the Junior 15-16 race. (Image credit: Eddie Clark)
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Logan Mulally stormed to the Junior 15-16 Cat. 1 win.

Logan Mulally stormed to the Junior 15-16 Cat. 1 win. (Image credit: Eddie Clark)
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Cody Kelley got on the podium in the Junior 17-18 race with a 4th place ride.

Cody Kelley got on the podium in the Junior 17-18 race with a 4th place ride. (Image credit: Eddie Clark)

Neko Mulally (Trek World Racing) earned the win in the junior men's 17-18 competition, finishing 11 seconds faster than second-place Austin Warren. Neko's younger brother, Logan Mulally, earned the gold medal among junior men 15-16, completing the course almost eight seconds faster than silver-medalist Damon Morin.

Earning his second Stars-and-Stripes jersey of the event was 10-year-old Joseph Foresta, who won Saturday’s dual slalom competition. Armen Davis descended in 3:59.4 to earn the junior men's 11-12 competition while Ben Bodycoat earned a nine-second win among men 13-14. Chris Patton narrowly edged Corey McMahon to win the men’s 19-24 while David Medina barely beat Erik Hatch to win the men's 25-29 competition. Allen Bercume won by 17.5 seconds to win the men's 30-34 race as Jeremy Fahey registered the win in the men's 35-39 contest. Todd Cholevik won the men's 40-44 race. G. John Leslie completed the course 26 seconds faster than his closest competitor in the men’s 45-49 contest. Jason Hofman earned a one-minute victory in the men's 50-and-over contest while Mark Poore won the men's 60-and-over race.

Taylor Allison completed the course in 4:33.4 to win the women's 15-16 race. Lauren Daney, who represented the United States of America at the 2011 Mountain Bike World Championships in Champery, Switzerland in late July, won the junior women's 17-18 competition with a time of 4:26.5. Emily Smith won the women’s 19-29 contest by 51 seconds while Soraya Khalje topped the women's 30-39 contest. Ellen Adams (Brushy Mountain Cyclists Club) won the women's 40-and-over competition.

Full Results

Cat. 1 Junior men 15-16
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Logan Mulally0:03:05.82
2Damon Morin0:00:07.43
3Luca Shaw0:00:07.78
4Walker Shaw0:00:09.29
5Noah Fairburn0:00:10.02
6Jay Fesperman0:00:10.48
7William O'Brien0:00:12.65
8Shane Leslie0:00:17.36
9Dylan Unger0:00:17.90
10Kevin Littlefield0:00:19.25
11Matthew Branney0:00:28.40
12Kole Wetherell0:00:32.00
13Alexander Willie0:00:32.81
14Matthew Fitzgerald0:01:01.35
15Richard Pedigo0:01:22.82
16Eric Vest0:06:06.59

Cat. 1 Junior men 17-18
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Neko Mulally0:02:43.17
2Austin Warren0:00:10.81
3Ray Syron0:00:16.18
4Cody Kelley0:00:18.27
5Nikolas Dudukovich0:00:19.02
6Jimmy Leslie0:00:21.06
7Austin Hackett Klaube0:00:22.79
8Harrison Ory0:00:28.29
9Wiley Kaupas0:00:30.98
10Alex Bowdish0:00:31.85
11jt linville0:00:32.33
12Connor Reddington0:00:33.58
13Christian Wright0:00:34.79
14Brian Roark0:00:35.11
15Ben Calhoun0:00:38.24
16Alex Pfiffner0:00:38.55
17Dylan Conte0:00:39.34
18Paul McSparin0:00:42.54
19Reid Dressler0:00:44.09
20Robert Lewis0:00:51.75
21Derek Maiden0:01:27.43
DNFSam Skidmore

Cat. 1 Men 19-24
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Chris Patton0:03:18.89
2Corey McMahon0:00:00.91
3Stephen Pope0:00:01.33
4Craig Folsom0:00:01.38
5Alex Dawson0:00:07.36
6Jordan Newth0:00:07.45
7Douglas French0:00:17.67
8Danny Cesare0:00:19.42
9Hunter Budd0:00:19.48
10Tylor Bowes0:00:21.24
11Nick Gragtmans0:00:22.78
12Burke Saunders0:00:25.20
13Robert Monjure0:00:30.64
14Andrew Slowey0:00:33.39
15Nathan Swartz0:00:34.14
16Vance Nonno0:00:42.88
17Scott Bureau0:00:49.31
18Stephen Solt0:00:49.36
19Chase Hines0:00:49.37
20Richard Maree0:00:50.17
21Joshua Patton0:00:59.39
22Luke Watkins0:01:23.39
DNSJason Eaton

Cat. 1 Men 25-29
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1David Medina0:03:29.35
2Erik Hatch0:00:00.03
3Matt Henderson0:00:04.30
4Richard Patty0:00:10.93
5Jeff Bowers0:00:15.39
6Geoff Ayr0:00:18.30
7Timothy Koerber0:00:21.32
8Alex Ohman0:00:22.65

Cat. 1 Women 19-29
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Emily Smith0:05:20.94
2Leslie Litton0:00:50.36
3Brooke Crum0:00:58.20
4Kate Weisenfluh0:01:08.77
5Olivia Harkness0:02:05.45

 

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