2010 U.S. Paralympics Road Cycling National Championships roll off to a competitive start
In the men’s Blind/Visually Impaired classification, Clark Rachfal (
The men’s C4/C5 race was one of the most competitive of the day with all six cyclists finishing in less than twenty seconds of one another. Sam Kavanagh (
The women’s playing field held a smaller number of participants but proved to be fiercely competitive. Sarah Max (
Allison Jones (
In Wednesday's competition the criterium races took place with 12 athletes competing. Sam Kavanagh was crowned the national champion, taking home the gold in the men's criterium. Joseph Berenyi (Oswego, Ill.) was the silver medalist, and Aaron Trent (Columbia, S.C.) took home the bronze. In the women's criterium, Greta Neimanas won the gold making her the national champion, while Allison Jones followed up with silver.
For complete results please visit: http://www.usacycling.org/results/index.php?permit=2010-1529.
For images from day 1 of competition please visit: http://usparalympics.org/multimedia/photo_gallery_index/1692#gallery-header.
For images from day 2 of competition please visit:
The Paralympic portion of the USA Cycling 2010 Road Nationals continues through Thursday, June 24.