Elite women short track:
One week after winning the US short track national championships, Georgia Gould (Luna) won the Catamount Classic short track in Vermont.
"That's what I call a streak!" Gould told Cyclingnews after her win. "It was a great race. The course was pretty technical - there was a hill and some singletrack."
Gould won in a sprint finish ahead of her teammate Katerina Nash and Lea Davison (Specialized), who won yesterday's cross country.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Georgia Gould (Luna Pro Team)||0:26:50|
|2||Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team)|
|3||Lea Davison (Specialized Racing)|
|4||Chloe Woodruff (Backcountry.com Bike Team)||0:00:09|
|5||Erin Huck (Tokyo Joes-VCGraphix.com)||0:00:11|
|6||Daniela Campuzano (Mexico National Team)||0:00:29|
|7||Kate Courtney (Specialized Racing)||0:00:30|
|8||Crystal Anthony (Riverside Racing)||0:01:03|
|9||Maghalie Rochette (Luna Pro Team)||0:01:18|
|10||Elisa Otter (Bicycles Express)||0:01:30|
|11||Rose Grant (Sportsman and Haus)||0:01:41|
|12||Larissa Connors (Marin Bikes Factory Team)|
|13||Shayna Powless (BMC project Dirt presented by KMC)||0:02:01|
|14||Emily Shields (BMC project Dirt presented by KMC)||0:02:14|
|-2laps||Amy Beisel (LIV/Giant - Tuff Shed)|
|-2laps||Serena Gordon (All Access Racing)|
|-2laps||Elizabeth White (UVM Cycling)|
|-3laps||Vicki Barclay (Stan's NoTubes Elite Women's Team)|
|-4laps||Chloe Cross (Team Whistler)|
|-4laps||Ksenia Lepikhina (Tokyo Joe's)|
|-6laps||Ellen Noble (Bear Development)|
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