Posted by: womenscyclingmagazine | May 10, 2009

USA Cycling Collegiate National Criterium Championships, Division 1

Fort Collins, Colorado- 60 women from 29 different colleges and universities showed up to contest the Division 1 USA Cycling Collegiate National Criterium Championships. The women raced on the fast, 8 corner crit for 60 minutes. Several schools fielded full four women squads and were noticeably active during the race to gather as many omnium points as possible. Carla Swart (Lees McRae), who won the USA Cycling Collegiate National Road Race, was sprinting for the primes as was Sinead Miller (Marian College), Chloe Forsman (University of Arizona), Flora Duffy (University of Colorado Boulder), and Jacquelyn Crowell (University of Florida).

In the end though, it was Sinead Miller (Marian College) who outkicked the Division 1 women’s field for first place. She was followed in by Jacquelyn Crowell (University of Florida), Tammy Wildgoose (University of California San Diego), Carla Swart (Lees McRae), and Laura Liscinski (University of California Santa Barbara).



  1. […] Collins, Colorado- With a dominant road race win and a fourth place finish in the criterium, Carla Swart (Lees McRae) successfully defended her 2008 National Individual Omnium Championship. […]

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