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Lung Buster Time Trial Series Results

Lung Buster Time Trial Series Results

The results are in!

We are excited to announce that the overall series standing results are in for the entire Lung Buster Time Trial Series! A huge thank you to everyone who participated. 

We appreciate your support and we hope you continue to join us for future cycling events! 

Congratulations Lung Buster Cyclists!

 

 

Congrats to each of you that have participated in the entire Lung Buster Time Trial Series or the Lung Buster Time Trial individual events!

 

 

 

  

 

 

The Category results are up-to-date for each of the five events:

 

 Etowah TT

 Bearwallow TT

 Mills River TT

 Elk Mountain

 River Road

 

You can find these organized results, by going to the Race Roster RESULTS page, then going to the ‘EVENT’ tab and scrolling down to the “Event by Finishers Results page.”

 

Prizes and Awards for the following categories and divisions:

 

Lung Buster Time Trial Series
Prizes and Awards for the following categories and divisions:

 

Lung Buster Time Trial Series
(must have participated in the entire series 4 out of 5 events and registered for the series to qualify)

 

#1 Overall First Place (Male/Female) in the entire series
• Time Trial Division/Mixed 
• Merckx/Standard
 

#2 Age Group divisions - Top Overall (Male and Female) - in the entire series

 

• 39 and under age group
• Standard
• Time Trial/Mixed

• 40 and up
• Standard
• Time Trial/Mixed

 

#3 Bragging Rights - Individual Time Trial Overall winners

 

Elk Mountain
Randy Warren - 24:17

Karen Ostergaard -26:24

 

Etowah TT
Standard Road Bike (NO TT Equip)
Chris St. Peter - 30:09
Laura Calvin - 32:05

 

Time Trial Equipment
Heath Dotson - 26:47
Christi Britt - 31:52

 

Bearwallow TT
Standard Road Bike (NO TT Equip)
Randy Warren - 21:17
Karen Ostergaard - 22:26

 

Mills River TT: AND NEW COURSE RECORDS!
Standard Road Bike (NO TT Equip)
Allen Klaes - 24:54
Karen Ostergaard - 26:55

 

Time Trial Equipment
Heath Dotson - 21:55
Christi Britt - 27:15

 

River Road
Standard Road Bike (No TT Equip)

Bill Radler - 23:11

Karen Ostergaard - 24:58

 

Time Trial Equipment

Gene Fowler - 21:07

Christi Britt - 25:52

 

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