Cycling dominates in Oklahoma

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Cycling dominates in Oklahoma

Joshua Buchel, accounting and finance senior gestures to crowd after sprinting to second place in men's 'A' criterium race. Photo by Sharome Burton. March 10.

Joshua Buchel, accounting and finance senior gestures to crowd after sprinting to second place in men's 'A' criterium race. Photo by Sharome Burton. March 10.

Sharome Burton

Joshua Buchel, accounting and finance senior gestures to crowd after sprinting to second place in men's 'A' criterium race. Photo by Sharome Burton. March 10.

Sharome Burton

Sharome Burton

Joshua Buchel, accounting and finance senior gestures to crowd after sprinting to second place in men's 'A' criterium race. Photo by Sharome Burton. March 10.

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FULL DISCLOSURE: Sharome Burton is a member of the cycling team

Cycling continued its trend of producing results on March 9-10 in Norman, Oklahoma where the University of Oklahoma hosted the 2019 Land Ronde — the fourth race weekend of the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference Championships.

The team earned four category wins on its latest trip, extending its lead in the SCCCC overall point standings heading into the Conference Championships in Denton, Texas on March 30-31.

Notable performances:

  • Zach Gregg, exercise physiology graduate, men’s A – road race (first), individual time trial (first).
  • Pablo Cruz, exercise physiology graduate, men’s A – criterium (first), road race (second).
  • Brissia Montalvo, exercise physiology graduate, women’s A – criterium (first)
  • Joshua Buchel, accounting and finance, men’s A – criterium (second), road race (sixth)
  • Ramon Rueda, exercise physiology graduate, men’s C – road race (second), individual time trial (second), criterium (fourth)
  • Alan Barrows, management information systems sophomore, men’s A – road race (fifth)

 

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