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Cycling: LWC competed at two events over the weekend

The Lindsey Wilson cycling team took part in two separate cyclocross events over the weekend. The Blue Raiders competed at the Lees McRae CX in Banner Elk, North Carolina before finishing their road trip in Johnson City, Tennessee at the All Out Sunday Cyclocross race.

At the Less McRae race on Saturday, Tessa Greep clocked a third-place finish during the women's A race as Julia Kwasnick finished in fifth place. On the men's side, Malaki Caldwell also finished in third place. Lucas Poupard (10th), Tayton Parker (12th), Anthony Bailey (14th), and Jean Blignaut (15th) also competed in the event.

During the All Out Sunday race, Greep collected her second third-place finish of the weekend. Caldwell improved his positioning one spot in second place on Sunday as Poupard took third and Parker finished in sixth place.

Lindsey Wilson returns to the track on Nov. 16-17 when they compete at the Hendersonville UCI CX in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

This story was posted on 2022-11-07 14:58:44
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