Tuft wins national title, but won't make Canada's one-man Olympic roster
Cycling legends were in front of and behind the curtain at the inaugural Exergy Tour
U.S. squad sweeps Quebec UCI races ahead of the Exergy Tour
- 1. Tyler Wren,in 04:27:04
- 2. Zack Vestal,in 04:29:48
- 3. Benjamin Blaugrund,in 04:30:18
- 4. Jeff Louder,in 04:30:52
- 5. Paul Mach,in 04:34:36
- 1. Clara Hughes,in 05:21:12
- 2. Rachel Cieslewicz,in 05:42:22
- 3. Tana Stone,in 05:42:49
- 4. Kris Walker,in 05:58:15
- 5. Lauren Frisk,in 06:05:06
HOOD RIVER, Oregon (VN) – After four days of racing around the Columbia River Gorge and surrounding mountains, the duel between Olympians Kristin Armstrong and Clara Hughes came down to the last 500 meters of the 2011 Mt. Hood Cycling Classic.
- 1. Clara HUGHES, (CAN), in 2:23:56
- 2. Evelyn GARCIA, (ESA), at 1:18
- 3. Theresa CLIFF-RYAN, (USA), at 6:53
- 4. Joelle NUMAINVILLE, (CAN), at 6:53
- 5. Lilibeth CHACÓN, (VEN), at 6:53
- 1. Gregory PANIZO, (BRA), in 4:03:55
- 2. Gonzalo GARRIDO, (CHI), at 0
- 3. Luis Felipe LAVERDE JIMENEZ, (COL), at 2
- 4. Carlos Julian QUINTERO, (COL), at 1:15
- 5. Luis Fernando MACIAS HERNANDEZ, (MEX), at 1:16
Canadian Clara Hughes beat Americans Evelyn Stevens and Amber Neben Friday to win the 24.2-mile individual time trial at the Pan American Championships in Colombia.
PINOS ALTOS, New Mexico (VN) — Francisco "Paco" Mancebo and Clara Hughes each put on impressive displays of power while locking up overall victories Sunday at the SRAM Tour of the Gila.
SILVER CITY, New Mexico (VN) — Trek-Livestrong may have lost some big names to the pros in the off season, but you'd never know it at the SRAM Tour of the Gila this week, where a new crop of developing riders stepped up to duplicate its 2010 wins.
TYRONE, New Mexico (VN) — The Trek-Livestrong development team once again surprised even itself with a blistering time trial win at the Tour of the Gila, when 18-year-old Dale Parker surprised the heavy hitters.