The elite women to enjoy the last bits of sunlight before dusk for their short track race. The lead was traded many times but ultimately went to Chloe Woodruff (Backcountry.com) with a two-second advantage over Erin Huck (Tokyo Joes-VCGraphix.com). Another two seconds back was Woodruff’s teammate, Evelyn Dong (backcountry.com).
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Chloe Woodruff (backcountry.com Bike Team)||0:27:20|
|2||Erin Huck (Tokyo Joes-VCGraphix.com)||0:00:02|
|3||Evelyn Dong (Backcountry.com)||0:00:04|
|4||Larissa Connors (Marin Bikes)||0:00:11|
|5||Crystal Anthony (Riverside Racing)||0:00:44|
|6||Amy Beisel (LIV/Grant - Tuff Shed)||0:00:46|
|7||Shayna Powless (BMC Project Dirt)||0:01:21|
|8||Emily Shields (BMC Project Dirt)||0:01:50|
|9||Megan Chinburg (River City Women’s Racing)||0:01:57|
|10||Lauren Catlin (Bear Development)||0:03:24|
|11||Meghan Korol (Pisgah Tavern / OS Kar Blues)|
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