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Cycling hosts LWC 2017 Mountain Bike weekend

Saturday's events are at the Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex, 908 Johnnie Street Columbia, KY. and begin at 8amCT/9amCT. Sunday's events are at Green River Lake State Park, at 49 Kentahten Trail, Campbellsville, Ky. and begin at 8amCT/9amET.
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By Anthony Latessa, LWC Athletics

COLUMBIA, KY - The Blue Raider cycling team hosts the Lindsey Wilson College 2017 Mountain Bike Race Weekend Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1, 2017.

The two-day event kicks off at the Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex on Saturday before shifting to Green River Lake State Park on Sunday.


On Friday there will be a dedication for the Dr. Phil Aaron Cycling Complex beginning at 3pmCT.

Saturday begins with short track cross country racing. The men's 'C' heat begins at 8amCT followed by women's 'B' at 8:30amCT. The remaining short track heats are as follows: men's 'B' at 9amCT, women's 'A' at 9:30amCT and men's 'A' at 10:10amCT.

Racing concludes on Saturday with all categories of dual slalom. Qualifying begins at 12pmCT.

Cross country racing begins at 8amCT on Sunday with the three-lap men's 'A.' Next will be the two-lap women's 'A' at 8:05amCT and the two-lap men's 'B' at 8:10amCT. Cross country racing concludes with the women's 'B' and men's 'C' at 8:15amCT, and 8:20amCT, respectively.

Lindsey Wilson was last in action September 23-24, 2017, at the Georgia Tech MTB Race. Jake Smith and JD Swanguen finished tied for third in the downhill men's 'A'. Anthony Luchessi finished second in the downhill men's 'B'. Adrian Sanders finished third, Elida Beeman came in fourth and Sabrina Bice finished sixth in the downhill women's 'A' race. Cassidy Ellis won the downhill women's 'B'.



This story was posted on 2017-09-29 12:00:44
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