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Cycling - 12. September 2007.

Powers Earns Third in Italian Individual Time Trial

Rogno, Italy (September 9, 2007)
Powers completed the largely flat, 23-kilometer course in 34:10, only 48 seconds behind Switzerland’s Karin Thurig who took home the first place prize. Sara Carrigan of Australia earned a second place finish in the UCI 1.2-rated event, coming in 29 seconds ahead of Powers.

With other recent national team successes such as Kristin Armstrong’s (Boise, Idaho/Team Lipton) recent overall victory at the Holland Ladies Tour, the American women look to be on good form heading into the season’s final stretch.

Alison Powers/photo US Cycling

The USA Cycling Women’s National Team program’s road to the 2007 UCI Road World Championships will continue with several key European races including the Tour Cycliste Feminin International Ardeche, Sept. 11-15 in France and the Giro della Toscana, Sept. 18-23 in Italy. The late-summer European campaign will help to determine the roster that will represent the United States at the world championships in Stuttgart, Germany, Sept. 26-30.

Davide Fardelli Memorial Time Trial
September 9, 2007
Rogno, Italy
23-kilometer/UCI 2.1-rated
1. Karin Thurig (SWI) 33:22
2. Sara Carrigan (AUS) +0:19
3. Alison Powers (Boulder, Colo.) +0:48
About USA Cycling
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This Article Published 2007-09-08 10:51:57 For more information contact: [email protected]

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