Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Hargrave wins masters time trial

Colorado Springs cyclist Ronald Hargrave won the men’s 60-64-year-old division of the 500-meter time trial last month at the Masters Track National Championships in Trexlertown, Pa.

Hargrave, 61, sponsored by the Colorado Springs-based Hammer Racing Team, hadn’t won an event since the 2005 national championships. He placed fourth in the 500 time trial at the 2006 national championships.

Woodland Park rider Mark Pelletier and Colorado Springs rider Wil Zegers teamed with Aurora’s Michael Paulin to win the men’s 40-and-over team sprint. Pelletier, 46, and Zegers, 44, won the tandem sprint at the 2006 national championships.

Earlier this month, Colorado Springs road cyclist Kim Anderson, 39, a member of the T-Mobile Team, finished in 30th place at a World Cup race in France. She’ll compete Sunday at the final World Cup race in Germany.

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