How Many Podiums for Colorado Racers at 2014 CX Nationals?

Less than 5
14%
Less than 10
21%
Less than 15
22%
More than 15
42%
Total votes: 85

29 Comments

I haven't looked at the

I haven't looked at the winners yet today, but I'm guessing the number of Colorado based winners might be lower than we expect. Perhaps even lower than previous years. We rarely race in these sloppy conditions which are more common on the East/West coasts. It will be interesting to see how this year compares.

77 Podiums for Colorado

Here's the list of our 77podium finishers... we're proud of you all.
Allan Marvin 5 in the Men - Master - 65-69 race
Allen Krughoff 5 in the Men - Pro/Cat 1/2 - Elite - 19+ race
Ann Trombley 1 in the Women - Master - 50-54 race
Ashley Zoerner 3 in the Women - Junior - 15-16 race
Ashley Zoerner 5 in the Women ALL Non-Championship race
Braden Kappius 2 in the Men Single Speed race
Brandon Dwight 3 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 40-44 race
Brannan Fix 1 in the Men 10-29 Non-Championship race
Catherine Nicoletti 5 in the Women - Master - 60-64 race
Christopher Case 4 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 35-39 race
Claire Beeler 3 in the Women - Junior - 9-10 race
Colby Pearce 5 in the Men Single Speed race
Colby Pearce 4 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 40-44 race
Dakota Cline 3 in the Men - Junior - 11-12 race
David Weber 1 in the Men 45+ Non-Championship race
Deirdre Garvey 5 in the Women - Master - 50-54 race
Denzel Stephenson 5 in the Men - Junior - 15-16 race
Donald Powell 2 in the Industry Race
Ethan Wright 4 in the Men - Junior - 13-14 race
Evan Clouse 5 in the Men 10-29 Non-Championship race
Gage Hecht 2 in the Men - Junior - 15-16 race
Georgia Gould 5 in the Women - Pro/Cat 1/2/3 - Elite race
Greg Krause 3 in the Men 30-44 Non-Championship race
Heidi Martin 4 in the Women - Junior - 11-12 race
Jake Wells 2 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 35-39 race
James Kinsinger 3 in the Masters Men 70+ race
Jared Scott 2 in the Men - Junior - 11-12 race
Jason Hartman 5 in the Men 30-44 Non-Championship race
Jessica D'Amato 5 in the Women - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 35-39 race
John Ruger 4 in the Men - Master - 65-69 race
Kahill Bailey 2 in the Men - Junior - 9-10 race
Karen Hogan 1 in the Women - Master - 45-49 race
Karl Kiester 3 in the Masters Men 55-59 race
Katie Clouse 1 in the Women - Junior - 13-14 race
Katie Clouse 2 in the Women ALL Non-Championship race
Kaya Cline 4 in the Women - Junior - 9-10 race
Kayden Cline4 in the Men - Junior - 9-10 race
Ken Benesh 5 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 30-34 race
Kevin O'Brien 4 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 45-49 race
Kevin O'Brien 4 in the Men 45+ Non-Championship race
Kristal Boni 4 in the Women - Master - 40-44 race
Ksenia Lepikhina 3 in the Women - Junior - 17-18 race
Laurel Rathbun 2 in the Women - Junior - 17-18 race
Lisa Hudson5 in the Women - Master - 40-44 race
Logan Von Bokel 1 in the Industry Race January 8, 2014 race
Loren Hettinger 2 in the Masters Men 70+ race
Margell Abel 2 in the Women - Master - 45-49 race
Martha Iverson 1 in the Women - Master - 65-69 race
Matthew Opperman 3 in the Industry Race January 8, 2016 race
Maurine Sweeney 1 in the Women - Master - 60-64 race
Maxx Chance 2 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Junior - 17-18 race
Melissa Barker 2 in the Women - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 35-39 race
Michael Hogan 4 in the Men - Master - 50-54 race
Michael Robson 3 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 45-49 race
Michele Bliss 3 in the Women - Master - 50-54 race
Mina Anderberg 2 in the Women - Junior - 15-16 race
Nolan Stephenson 5 in the Men - Junior - 13-14 race
Peter Webber 1 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 40-44 race
Rebecca Blatt2 in the Women - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 30-34 race
Rebecca Gross1 in the Women - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 30-34 race
Russell Griffin 4 in the Men 30-44 Non-Championship race
Ryan Campbell 1 in the Men - Junior - 11-12 race
Scott Forrest 3 in the Men 45+ Non-Championship race
Seamus Keller 3 in the Men - Junior - 9-10 race
Steven Stefko 3 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 35-39 race
Stuart Mcknight 4 in the Men 10-29 Non-Championship race
Tea Wright 1 in the Women - Junior - 11-12 race
Terri Smith 5 in the Women - Master - 55-59 race
Thomas Meiser 5 in the Men 45+ Non-Championship race
Tim Allen 1 in the Men Single Speed race
Tim Faia 1 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Master - 45-49 race
Tiziana Dehorney 3 in the Women ALL Non-Championship race
Tom Hopper 4 in the Industry Race
Tracy Yates 3 in the Women - Master - 45-49 race
W Grant Ellwood 5 in the Men - Cat 1/2/3 - Junior - 17-18 race
William Iaia 4 in the Men Single Speed race
Yannick Eckmann 2 in the Men - U23 - 19-22 race

77 Podiums for Colorado Errors

You listed Katie Clouse twice. But Katie Clouse is not from Colorado. She is from Park City, Utah. She does race a lot in Colorado, including 6th place in Open Women at the Colorado State Championship at Castle Rock. This was her second Nationals win and she is only 12 years old.

Isn't Katie Compton rom Colorado Springs. She is not listed.

If you're not first....

you're a loser anyways. Silver and bronze is a joke. If you lose, you should try another sport!

We shouldn't have an AP Top Twenty NCAA list for BB or football. It should be just who is #1. If I was a fan of a team that was ranked 2nd or lowe, I would just die!

Lighten up. It's not that big a deal. USA Cycling chooses to do it this way and it's their race.

some years ago I "podiumed"

some years ago I "podiumed" at a national championship. When I was told I was expected to report for the awards, I was embarrassed. Never in my wildest dreams would I have gotten a medal for 4th. I felt more like I'd gotten a gold star for attendance on my report card than I had earned a medal at a national championship.

Better take out.....

All the winners older than 40 or younger than 18. And don't forget the women, they don't count. Take our any race where you were Cat 3 or less. Let see, we're down to about 4 now.

How about we just leave it at 77 BRAC members and give them (us) a hand?

What other state association came in even close to this number?