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    Granogue Day One 2010 Elite Men Highlights With Helmet-Cam


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    October 16, 2010; Granogue, DE, USA: To celebrate the 10th edition of what has been called the toughest cross race in North America, the Delaware Cyclocross Coalition of Delaware (DCCoD) changed this year’s Granogue Cyclocross, part of the Champion System MAC Series, to a two day format. Close to 1250 racers signed on to partake in the celebration that is DCCoD’s "pimpin' your cross since 2001." Saturday’s three UCI sanctioned races illustrated three different ways to win a race.

    The Elite men's race was highlighted by Jesse Anthony of California Giant, who broke away from the Elite Men'’s field and soloed to victory. Behind Anthony, a tight battle developed between Justin Lindine of BikeReg and Adam (a.k.a. “Newt”) McGrath of Feedback/Van Dessel for the final podium spots. Lindine was able to out McGrath for the silver.

    The Elite women's race was a C3-Athletes Serving Athletes dominated affair with teammates Laura Van Gilder, Dee Dee Winfield and Arley Kemmerer sweeping the podium. Winfield jumped to an early lead. But the tenacious Van Gilder clawed her way back to the hard-charging Winfield, and took a close sprint finish for the win. Kemmerer soloed in for the third place on the podium.

    Granogue also hosted one of only 4 UCI Junior races on Saturday. Yanick Eckman (Hottubes Development) and hometown favorite Jeff Bahnson (Van Dessel Factory Team) separated themselves from the hard chasing pack and a two-man battle unfolded. The duel came down to the final lap. On the final section of the course, Bahnson bobbled on the barriers and Eckman was able to slip away to earn a hard fought win. Karl Hoppner (EMD Serano Specialized) finished third.

    The Granogue racers will be treated to a completely new course for Sunday's day two of the 2010 Granogue Cyclocross.

    Full Results

    1 Jesse Anthony (USA) California Giant-Specialized 1:02:05

    2 Justin Lindine (USA) / Joe's Garage / Scott 0:01:25

    3 Adam Mcgrath (USA) Feedback Sports-Van Dessel 0:01:37

    4 Valentin Scherz (Swi) Cyfac-Champion System Racing Team p/b Revolution Wheelworks 0:02:01

    5 Joe Dombroski (USA) Haymarket Bicycles-SEAVS 0:02:13

    6 Weston Schempf (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes 0:02:57

    7 Jerome Townsend (USA) / Joe's Garage / Scott 0:03:16

    8 Steve Fisher (USA) Rad Racing Nw-Hagens Berman Llp 0:03:17

    9 Jared Nieters (USA) Haymarket Bicycles-SEAVS 0:03:19

    10 Joshua Dillon (USA) Richard Sachs-RGM Watches-Radix 0:03:40

    11 Andrew Wulfkuhle (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes 0:03:41

    12 Adam Myerson (USA) Cycle-Smart 0:03:55

    13 Peter Bradshaw (USA) Embrocation Cycling Journal / Mad Alchemy 0:04:27

    14 Greg Wittwer (USA) ALAN North America Cycling Team 0:05:11

    15 Stephen Cummings (USA) Haymarket Bicycles-SEAVS 0:06:06

    16 David Wilcox (USA) Pedro's Grassroots Cycling Club 0:06:14

    17 Shaun Adamson (Can) Cycle-Smart 0:06:37

    18 Michael Mihalik (USA) Freddie Fu Cycling Team

    19 Mark Broadwater (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes

    20 John Burns (USA)

    21 David Weaver (USA) ALAN North America Cycling Team

    22 Nathan Wyatt (USA) Carolina Fatz p/b Industry Nine

    23 Cary Fridrich (USA) Embrocation Cycling Journal / Mad Alchemy

    24 Matt Spohn (USA) Cyfac-Champion System Racing Team p/b Revolution Wheelworks

    25 Patrick Bradley (USA) Rutgers University-Raleigh-Kim's Bike Shop

    26 Zachary Adams (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes

    27 Christopher Consorto (USA) Louis Garneau-Team TBB

    28 Andrew Crooks (USA) NYC Velo

    29 Stephen Pierce (USA) Cambridge Bicycle-Igleheart Frames

    30 Kyle Peppo (USA) Cyfac-Champion System Racing Team p/b Revolution Wheelworks

    31 Callum Ingram (USA)

    32 Adam Szczepanski (USA) Wissahickon