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Scherz shifts into top gear

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Valentin Scherz (Cyfac-Champion Systems Racing Team p/b Revolution) is today's winner as well as the over all leader of the 2010 MAC Series.

Valentin Scherz (Cyfac-Champion Systems Racing Team p/b Revolution) is today's winner as well as the over all leader of the 2010 MAC Series. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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The elite men take off for the final race of the MAC Series.

The elite men take off for the final race of the MAC Series. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Valentin Scherz (Cyfac-Champion Systems Racing Team p/b Revolution) looks strong as he leads the men over the barriers.

Valentin Scherz (Cyfac-Champion Systems Racing Team p/b Revolution) looks strong as he leads the men over the barriers. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Andrew Crooks (NYC Velo) works hard to over-step the barriers.

Andrew Crooks (NYC Velo) works hard to over-step the barriers. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Nassau County's September 11th Memorial was the perfect setting for this final race of the MAC Series.

Nassau County's September 11th Memorial was the perfect setting for this final race of the MAC Series. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Unsigned and unattached, Chris Hurst has to rely on his lucky argyle socks to take him through the race. He finished in second place today - perhaps next race he'll have some writing on his jersey?

Unsigned and unattached, Chris Hurst has to rely on his lucky argyle socks to take him through the race. He finished in second place today - perhaps next race he'll have some writing on his jersey? (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Luke Keough (Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross) shows his jet-stream form.

Luke Keough (Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross) shows his jet-stream form. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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The turnout was great today, giving fathers the opportunity to introduce the sport to the next generation.

The turnout was great today, giving fathers the opportunity to introduce the sport to the next generation. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Nicholas Keough (Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross) tried his best today.

Nicholas Keough (Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross) tried his best today. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)
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Scherz leads Hurst as he takes his final US lap coming to the end of this MAC series.

Scherz leads Hurst as he takes his final US lap coming to the end of this MAC series. (Image credit: Marco Quezada/nyvelocity.com)

Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Valentin Scherz (Cyfac-Champion Systems Racing Team p/b Revolution)0:56:40
2Chris Hurst
3Josh Dillon (RICHARD SACHS - RGM WATCHES - RADIX)0:00:48
4Nicholas Keough (Jittery Joe's/ Sonic Cyclocross)0:02:20
5Anthony Grand (Cyfac/Champion Systems p/b Revolution Wheelworks)
6Andrew Wulfkuhle (C3-Athletes Serving Athletes)0:02:47
7Jesse Keough (Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross)0:03:42
8Peter Hurst (AXA Equitable Cycling Team/CRCA)0:04:10
9 -1 lapAndrew Crooks (NYC Velo)
10 -1 lapMatt Spohn (Cyfac-Champion System Racing Team p/b Revolution Wheelworks)
11 -1 lapJ.P. Partland (Kissena Cycling Club)
12 -1 lapDavid Sommerville (Cyfac-Champion System P/B Revolution Wheelworks

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