Results

Final Omnium Standings after the Hincapie Lou Maltese Memorial and Trek Mengoni Grand Prix

It’s July already, which means we’ve just concluded the 2019 CRCA season of open racing, closing out with two epic races. Here’s a look at the final omnium standings after two weekends of fast and ferocious competition.

P-1-2

  1. Steven Van Heerden | Team ENZA | 40

  2. Bill Ash | Foundation | 36

  3. Julio Benitez | San Marcos | 34

M3

  1. Tim Frankcome | 44

  2. Andrew Jimenez | Morris Velo Sports | 43

  3. Elliott Collins | Good Guys Racing p/b High Water Women | 33

M4

  1. Eritt Sinkko | Rapha Cycling Club | 45

  2. Roald Ansano | Dave Jordan Racing | 45

  3. Geromino Hawel | Mon Amour britt | 44

M5

  1. David Gonzalez | Pineda coaching | 50

  2. Hernando Rueda | 43

  3. Chris Mazzei | 23

W All

  1. Maggie Coles-Lyster | Pickle Juice Pro Cycling Team | 47

  2. Alijah Beatty | Pickle Juice Pro Cycling Team | 45

  3. Tiffany Thomas | Rapha Cycling Club | 43

W2

  1. Alijah Beatty | Pickle Juice Pro Cycling Team | 48

  2. Sawyer Taylor | Pickle Juice Pro Cycling Team | 45

  3. Shara Arnofsky | Dave Jordan Racing | 42

W3

  1. Christine Dewitte | Team VESELKA | 44

  2. Kristi Roberts | Dave Jordan Racing | 39

  3. Maria Rosenfeld | Dave Jordan Racing | 39

W4

  1. Maria Vlassenko | Radical Media | 47

  2. Jamie Chapman | Radical Media | 42

  3. Sasha Orlick | To Be Determined | 35

W5

  1. Sandrine Veillette | 47

  2. Kristina Grossmann | 46

  3. Galen Bolard | CRCA | 43

Congratulations to our winners and a huge thanks to everyone who came out and raced. You are why we do this - and we’re excited to start planning the 2020 lineup of open races!

Photo Credit: Bicycling Racing Pictures

New CRCA Race Standings after the CRCA Hincapie Lou Maltese Memorial

Heading into the Mengoni Grand Prix and the final race in our Omnium, we are updating the CRCA race standings to see who is leading the pack at the end of June.

Full standings are always available here: Results & Standings while the rules for the various competitions are available here: CRCA Awards. And if you want to participate in any of these competitions make sure to Join CRCA! We’d love to see new faces and welcome them to the wonderful world of racing bikes.

CRCA JIM BOYD CUP

Stephanie holds her lead for the cup and we have a new contender in third place!

  1. Stephanie Halamek - 88

  2. Erica Adelberg - 48

  3. Shara Arnofsky - 39

Standings remain the same in the men’s category - but there’s still quite a bit of racing left this season.

  1. Ralph Pahlmeyer - 66

  2. Stalin Quiterio - 58

  3. Michael Margarite - 33

CRCA TEAM CUP

In the Team Cup To Be Determined (formerly known as CityMD Racing) continues to hold the lead for the cup, with Dave Jordan and Radical Media behind them. It will be interesting to see how these two teams handle the tight race in the coming weeks.

  1. To Be Determined - 141

  2. Dave Jordan Racing - 87

  3. Radical Media - 69

On the Men’s side Foundation continues to dominate, with DJR and Jamison-Cannondale continuing to hold out for second and third.

  1. Foundation - 157

  2. Dave Jordan Racing - 78

  3. Jamison-Cannondale - 70

MASTERS SERIES

There was no change in the Masters Series standings.

Individual:

  1. Jerry Kapko - 56

  2. Michael Sambrano - 35

  3. Stephen Jamison - 20

Team:

  1. Deno's WonderWheel - 62

  2. GF Capital/ H&E Ent - 41

  3. Rockstar Games - 22

B-FIELD COMPETITIONS

First place in theB-Field Series Leader standings has a new name, finishing strong after Lou Maltese.

  1. Roald Ansano - 41

  2. Chris Altchek - 32

  3. Bastian Rose - 30

Rapha Cycling Club has scored some points in Lou Maltese, climbing their way into a two-way tie for first with NYCC.

  1. NYCC, Rapha Cycling Club - 84

  2. Foundation - 60

  3. E2Value p/b Verge Sport, GF Capital/H&E Enterprise - 57

Updated CRCA Race Standings after the Dave Jordan Central Park Classic

With another weekend of CRCA racing on tap, we have updated standings for each of CRCA’s season long competitions. As an open race the Dave Jordan Central Park Classic was worth double points - read on to see how it impacted the competitions!

Full standings are always available here: Results & Standings while the rules for the various competitions are available here: CRCA Awards. And if you want to participate in any of these competitions make sure to Join CRCA! We’d love to see new faces and welcome them to the wonderful world of racing bikes.

CRCA JIM BOYD CUP

Stephanie extended her lead at the Dave Jordan Central Park Classic by taking home the win, with Erica also scoring big points to move ahead of Merissa in the standings.

  1. Stephanie Halamek - 88

  2. Erica Adelberg - 42

  3. Merissa Molinar - 32

We had a lead change in the Men’s Jim Boyd Cup after Ralph came home as the first CRCA finisher, overhauling Stalin in the standings as a result. Michael was shut out of points at DJCPC and remains in third place.

  1. Ralph Pahlmeyer - 62

  2. Stalin Quiterio - 54

  3. Michael Margarite - 33

CRCA TEAM CUP

In the Team Cup To Be Determined (formerly known as CityMD Racing) scored strongly behind Stephanie’s win, but Dave Jordan nearly matched them with 18 points on the day, keeping them within reach. Radical Media scored well at DJCPC, staying close to DJR.

  1. To Be Determined - 120

  2. Dave Jordan Racing - 75

  3. Radical Media - 63

On the Men’s side Foundation had a great DJCPC, scoring 26 points to pull into a big lead in the standings ahead of DJR and Jamison-Cannondale. Foundation’s competitors have some work to do to get back within striking distance.

  1. Foundation - 131

  2. Dave Jordan Racing - 67

  3. Jamison-Cannondale - 60

MASTERS SERIES

There was no change in the Masters Series standings at the Dave Jordan Central Park Classic.

Individual:

  1. Jerry Kapko - 56

  2. Michael Sambrano - 35

  3. Stephen Jamison - 20

Team:

  1. Deno's WonderWheel - 62

  2. GF Capital/ H&E Ent - 41

  3. Rockstar Games - 22

B-FIELD COMPETITIONS

Similarly, the top of the B-Field Series Leader standings didn’t change as all of the points when to riders who are chasing the current leaders (at least one of whom has already upgraded out of the B’s)

  1. Chris Altchek - 32

  2. Bastian Rose, Cormac Daly - 30

  3. Jacob Borkowski, 24

We did have a lead change in the B-Field Team Competition where NYCC scored a whopping 24 points and Foundation was shut out from points, putting NYCC in the lead. E2Value and GF Capital remain tied for third.

  1. NYCC - 63

  2. Foundation - 60

  3. E2Value p/b Verge Sport, GF Capital/H&E Enterprise - 57