Results from 1st Copper Crush MTB race, plus S’thorne rec tourneys
Copper Crush mountain bike race — July 30
The first edition of a new mountain bike race, part of the Rocky Mountain Endurance series by Warriors Cycling (also of the Breck 100) and hosted on the trails at Copper Mountain on July 30. The event drew about 200 riders with divisions for adult relays, juniors (also appetizer), cross-country riders and endurance riders. There were also pro, age class, singlespeed and clydesdale divisions.
For complete results, see the Warriors Cycling website at http://www.warriorscycling.com.
Men’s endurance division (50 miles), overall
1. Ryan Petry, Construction Zone Racing — 5:21:36
2. David Krimstock, Giant CO Factory off-road team — 5:30:42
3. Taylor Ross, Go 4 Graham — 5:32:14
Women’s endurance division (50 miles), overall
1. Audry Beebe, ColoBikeLaw — 6:40:00
Team endurance division (60 miles), overall
1. Hold My Beer, coed — 7:38:59
Men’s XC division (30 miles), overall
1. Brad Bingham, Eriksen Factory Off-Road — 3:03:25
2. Anthony Iannacito, Rocky Mountain Racing — 3:06:39
3. Alex Pond, Sonoran Cycles — 3:06:50
Women’s XC division (30 miles), overall
1. Melanie Henson, Naked Juice Women’s Racing — 4:27:14
2. Kate Ginsbach, Juliana Bicycles — 4:39:48
3. Kathy Judson, Racer X — 4:41:07
Appetizer division (20 miles), overall
1. John Drake, male 30-39 — 2:27:40
2. Brandon Rock, male 30-39 — 2:42:24
3. Brook Spindler, male 40-49 — 2:42:44
Hoop Dreams wins 3 On 3 At the Summit basketball tourney
An annual three-on-three basketball tournament, hosted July 30 on the outdoor courts at the Silverthorne Recreation Center to benefit the Summit High School basketball program.
This year, five teams competed and each team played a minimum of five games. The sponsor team, Hoop Dreams, won for the second year in a row, led by new Summit High boy’s head varsity coach Jordan Scott. Half of the games were settled by three points of less and no team went undefeated, leading to what organizer Kelly Carlberg calls a “very competitive” tournament. He also wants to thanks to Silverthorne rec center staff for use of the courts and Breck rec center staff for promoting the tourney.
If you missed the tourney, no worries: there are still plenty of opportunities for pick-up this summer. Head to the Summit County Basketball page on Facebook to connect with other players.
Kick in a Box cuts a hole in the competition at S’thorne kickball tourney
After eight weeks of kickball and one heated evening of tournament play, Kick in a Box is Silverthorne’s newest summer league champion.
On July 27, the No. 2-ranked team donned their signature American eagle shirts (no boxes in sight) for the season finale at Rainbow Park field at the Silverthorne rec center. The No. 8 team, Big Bunts, went the distance by beating the No. 1 and No. 4 teams in the single-elimination tourney.
This earned a bid for the championship game against Kick in a Box, but the SNL-approved squad was too much for the comeback team. The champs took an early lead and dominated the final for the win.
Summit Mountain Challenge No. 4 — Penn Gulch Grind, July 27
The fourth race of the summer-long Summit Mountain Challenge mountain bike series, held on a combination of singletrack, double-track and occasional paved roads from the Boreas Pass trailhead to Stephen C. West Ice Arena in Breckenridge. The event drew roughly 150 riders for a 10.5-mile long course and 14.5-mile short course, plus a lowland ice rink course for juniors.
For complete results, see http://www.mavsports.com.
Men’s short course, overall
1. Oliver Trowbridge, boys 13-15 division — 48:31
2. Lasse Konecny, boys 13-15 division — 50:42
3. Cooper Orr, boys 13-15 division — 55:23
Women’s short course, overall
1. Emily Boyd, open 50+ division — 1:01:06
2. Whitney Henceroth, sport division — 1:01:24
3. Veronika Hewitt, sport division — 1:02:56
Men’s long course, overall
1. Kelly Magelky, pro open division — 1:07:58
2. Ryan Soderberg, expert 19-39 division — 1:11:24
3. Jeff Cheever, pro open division — 1:12:24
Special mention: Will Lewis, singlespeed division — 1:12:27
Women’s long course, overall
1. Amy Freeman, pro open division — 1:22:52
2. Christena Ward, pro open division — 1:25:04
3. Kristin Schwarck, singlespeed division — 1:26:41
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