Sunday, July 30, 2006

NORBA 24-Hours National Championship
24 Hours of 9 Mile, Wausau, Wisconsin, USA, July 29-30, 2006

Eatough regains National Championship jersey

By Steve Medcroft

The 24 Hours of 9-Mile in Wausau, Wisconsin, host to the 2006 NORBA National 24 Hour Endurance National Championships, was called Sunday morning after 22-1/2 hours of racing. Chris Eatough (Trek/VW) is the 2006 Solo 24 Hour National Champion when severe thunderstorms rolled into the region and threatened the safety of competitors, crews, volunteers and spectators. At the time, Eatough had lapped the entire solo men's field. Nat Ross (Subaru/Gary Fisher) was second on the trail.

Stay tuned to Cyclingnews.com or itiming.com for results and a full race report and more information comes in.

Results

Solo Men

1 Chris Eatough (Trek/VW) 17 laps
2 Nat Ross (Subaru/Gary Fisher) 16
3 Mark Henderson 15
4 Eddie O'Dea (Kona/SSnine Performance) 15
5 Ernesto Marenchin 15
6 Sloane Anderson 15
7 Greg Martin 14
8 Jim Pederson 14
9 Brian Sevall 14
10 Scott Cole(ScoleTrain)Rudy Rack/Specialized 14

Solo Women

1 Rebecca Rusch 13
2 Danielle Musto (Slingshot Bikes) 13
3 Sue Juedes 13
4 Chirstina Betz 13
5 Sandra Tomlinson 12
6 Karen Armstrong 11
7 Tamari Pruis 10
8 Monique Sawicki (Team MATA) 9
9 Holly Forsyth 9
10 Michelle Riley 7

4 comments:

Jeff Kerkove said...

Excellent ride man! What would'a happened if we both had good legs? It could have been great!

Scoletrain said...

Thanks Jeff! It was great meeting you! We both have many races ahead of us.

Jay said...

Nice job Scott.

rusty said...

great results Scott -
and no lightning stories?