Coloradans go 1-2 at Vail Time Trial

24th August, 2014 by

By John LaConte

VAIL — In previous competitions here, the USA Pro Challenge time trial has been a very close race. In 2013, the 10-mile, 1,694 vertical foot ride was decided by four seconds. In 2011, it was even closer. This year, however, it was not a tight race. Finishing 52 seconds faster than his nearest competitor, Tejay van Garderen, of Aspen, dominated the field in Vail, setting a new course record and increasing the 2014 Pro Challenge overall lead which he held coming into Saturday. Many thought the rainy skies over the course would prevent a new record from being set here. …

Source: Vail Daily Feed



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