Results from Day Two of the U.S. Paralympics Cycling National Championships
Another unofficial world record was set today with Barbara Buchan's (Bend, Ore.) time of 4:34.565 in the pursuit. Meanwhile, U.S. Paralympics Cycling Resident Athlete Greta Neimanas (Colorado Springs, Colo./Chicago, Ill.) finished the pursuit with a time of 4:00.384.
The complete day's results are as follows:
Name, hometown/classification, time
Daniel Nicholson (Richmond, Va.)/CP3 4:18.720
Michael Farrell (Colorado Springs, Colo.)/CP4 4:05.814
Bruce Gordon (South Bend, Ore.)/LC1 5:31.070
Sam Kavanagh (Bozeman, Mont.)/LC2 5:13.880
Matt King (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and pilot Anton Quist (Washington, D.C.)/B1-34:43.788
Scott Smith (Tucson, Ariz.) and pilot Denny Vaughn (Tuscon, Ariz.)/B1-3
Clark Rachfal (Annapolis, Md.) and pilot Dave Swanson (Tuscon, Ariz.)/B1-3
Jennifer Schuble (Homewood, Ala.)/LC1/LC2/CP4 4:16.645
Greta Neimanas (Colorado Springs, Colo./Chicago, Ill.)/LC1/LC2/CP4 4:00.384
Allison Jones (Colorado Springs, Colo.)/LC3/CP3 4:49.746
Barbara Buchan (Bend, Ore.)/LC3/CP3 4:34.565
The trials will wrap-up on Friday, June 6th with the road time trials at Bear Creek Lake Park in Morrison, Colo., at 8 a.m.
Team nominations will take place Friday evening following competition
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