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  • ginga_ninja

    This is exciting to see! I’m sure Carmen will hold her own. Please keep the results coming on this one. :)

    • xponti

      +1, would love to hear about each stage of the race as a separate report and how Carmen is going good or bad, and how she is contributing to the team. Good luck to her and I hope she finishes and does well.

  • RomanTheCube

    I hope she does well. Good luck to her

  • De Mac

    Good on her and team management – I hope she does well and benefits from the racing.

  • Jessy Vee

    This is the best thing I’ve read! Carmen Small; what a GUN! I’m very excited to hear her results as each stage progresses. Good luck, lady. :)

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Update from Stage 1: Carmen finished 88th in the men’s ITT (out of 102). She was four seconds faster than last year.

  • Nicola Cranmer

    Thanks for posting this! This particular stage race has 2 very fast technical criteriums, the first is tonight. It will be exciting for sure!

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Update from Stage 2: Carmen made the time cut AND won a $100 crowd prime!

    • Derek Maher

      Way to go Carmen,Thanks for the update Anne.

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Update from Stage 3: Carmen finished the 137km road race 77th out of 98. Her teammate Colin Strickland came in second. Elbowz racing is now in 4th place in the GC, 3rd in the team competition. Now on to more crits!

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Update Stage 4: Officially the crowd favorite, Small was awarded a crowd prime of over $500 for being the first woman across the line. She survived another crit to make it to Stage 5

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Update stage 5: After 100 hilly miles of racing in Wisconsin, Small crossed the finish line 34 minutes behind the winning three-person breakaway in 75th place. Her Elbowz racing team Michael Sheehan was in the winning break and finished second. The race had started with 102 riders, by the end of stage 5, it was down to 90. The race will end with the Still Water crit tomorrow.

  • Anne-Marije Rook

    Final update. Small survived the Sillwater Crit to complete the North Star Gran Prix, finishing in 72nd place out of the 80 riders still standing (they started with 102).

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