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Good Performances for PCC Athletes

April 05, 2016

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Photo by Duane Swan



Last weekend PCC athletes participated in the final races of the spring series with three races on the roster. Saturday, April 2 was the Brander Long RR where Callie Swan, cycling for the Dr Walker Sports Chiropractic Cycling Team, finished third.

“This was a good performance for Callie,” said Head Coach, Houshang Amiri. “At only 17 years of age she is racing with a lot more experienced riders, and is holding her own.”

Sunday, April 3rd was the Atomic Long RR and ITT. The Cat 1-2 (A group) races were very aggressive with many attacks and counter attacks. Alex Amiri (Giant Langley Smart Savvy Cycling Team) finished second, and in the Cat 3 (B group) Erik Diertens (Dr Walker Cycling Team) had a strong race with a second place finish. “In B group there were many experienced riders and Erik at just 17 was 10 years younger than the winner of the B race,” said Amiri.

On Sunday following the RR races was the “Warp Speed Long TT.” In A group Alex won the 17.8km ITT, and Erik won the B group ITT recording the second fastest time overall behind Alex.

 For race results go to: http://bcraceresults.wimsey.co/


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