Sunday, August 23, 2009

Tour of Utah - Park City to Snowbird

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Below is the measurements we took while in SLC, UT early this year. This is the 2nd time Bruke has run through our systems. He is well known for his climbing skills as he almost took the queen stage of the Tour of Utah.

Measurement Results
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The following are Measurement Results for:
Name: Bruke Swindlehurst
Gender: M
Phone: 801 277 7542
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 145 lbs.

Cleat Placement (A) Longitudinal
*** Right Foot: 181mm
*** Left Foot: 181mm

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*** Right Foot: 51mm
*** Left Foot: 51mm

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Fore/Aft Saddle Position: xxmm

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Effective Body Extension: xxxmm

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August 22, Stage 4: Park City - Snowbird 155km

Alex Howes (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) just outpaced Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell) and overall race leader, Francisco Mancebo (Rock Racing), who overcame a five-minute deficit to capture third place.

"This is a huge win, the biggest in my career," said Howes. "It's an incredibly talented field and coming into today I didn't think I had a shot."

Swindlehurst, a Salt Lake City native had eyed the Snow Bird stage win for a long time coming, he is allowed to race with Monavie-Cannondale mtb team based in SLC, UT. "I was really dreaming of winning today and to come so close was really disappointing to be honest," said Swindlehurst. "Hey, you can't win them all." Bruke has been a pro for a long time!

Mancebo's monstrous effort was vital in preserving his overall lead. The Spaniard heads into tomorrow's fifth and final stage with 46 seconds' advantage over Darren Lill (Team Type 1) and 1'29" on Jeff Louder (BMC).

"My teammates did well today and worked a lot. [Glen] Chadwick (fitted in the past by Craig Upton) came back from the break to help me for one or two kilometres on the climb.

"I was frustrated with the way everyone was working because I knew if we kept going at that speed we were going to get caught," said Howes. "I put in a teaser attack; this guy's was handing out hot dogs, I took a bite of one and jumped and kept going. I think they thought I was joking around. Once I got a gap I kept going."

Swindlehurst tried desperately to stay within reach of the much younger talent; he couldn't reel him in before the top however, as Bowman and Chadwick settled into a rhythm not far behind. "Burke is an incredible rider and I have more respect for that guy than just about anyone else in the peloton," said Howes. "Honestly, I felt kind of bad beating him today because this is his hometown race but, I'm not going to give away any presents."

Brent Bookwalter (BMC- fitted in the past by Andy Applegate) and Oscar Sevilla (Rock Racing) took their turns leading out their respective GC riders Louder (fitted by Craig Upton) and Mancebo.

Utah's queen stage turns it on

The break included three Bissell teammates: Swindlehurst, Jacques-Maynes and Jeremy Vennell, the New Zealand time trial champion.


1Alex Howes (USA) Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin
2Burke Swindlehurst (USA) Bissell
3Francisco Mancebo (Spa) Rock Racing
General classification
1Francisco Mancebo (Spa) Rock Racing
2Darren Lill (RSA) Team Type 1
3Jeff Louder (USA) BMC

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