Tuesday, July 28, 2009

USA Masters Road Championships Results!

Better late than never. Seems that the guys & gals from Pocatello, ID and Asheville, NC don't blow their own horn?

Sam Krieg (Pocatello, Idaho/Ice Rocky Mtn. Surge Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) brought home the silver in the 30-34 men’s division, only to be outdone by his better half, Karen Appleby-Krieg (Pocatello, Idaho/Ice-Rocky Mtn.) who won the Stars-and-Stripes in the women’s 30-34 group.
USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships was held in Louisville, Kentucky June 28-July 4, 2009. The month of July has been very busy for us and we failed to list the super results these folks have earned from Pocatello, Idaho. Our dealer Andy Applegate took yet another Stars-and-Stripes with his wife.
Day Four
30-34 Men’s 25.8-kilometer Time Trial
1. Mike Olheiser (Huntsville, Ala./Marx and Bensdorf Relators-Triatar) 29:20.23
2. Sam Krieg (Pocatello, Idaho/Ice Rocky Mtn. Surge WN & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) 29:46.99

60-64 Men’s 25.8-kilometer Time Trial
1. Kenny Fuller (Corona Del Mar, Calif./Simple Green) 31:46.41
2. Jack Kelso (Pleasanton, Calif./Team Hammer) 33:15:15
3. Ken Louder (Salt Lake City, Utah/FFKR-Sportsbaseonline.com) 33:15:37 a WN & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish user

30-34 Women’s 25.8-kilometer Time Trial
1. Karen Appleby-Krieg (Pocatello, Idaho/Ice-Rocky Mtn.) 34:40.78
2. Janelle Renschler (Cary, N.C./Johnson Lexus) 36:25.05

45-49 Women’s 25.8-kilometer Time Trial
1. Kris Walker (Pocatello, Idaho/Ice-Rocky Mountain Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) 34:30.67
2. Terrie Clouse (Monument, Colo./Title Nine) 34:39.46

Elite Mixed 25.8-kilometer Tandem Time Trial
1. Andy and Cara Applegate (Black Mountain, N.C./Kenda-Spinergy-BMW Bianch WN & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfishi) 31:01.04

About USA Cycling
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