May 28 Leaders put on the Kramer Orthopedics Leader Jersey

Congratulations to the May 21st race winners. This week we start the tradition of the fastest men and women in each class slipping on the Leader Jersey….it’s an honor, and a challenge to hang onto it from week to week. In the end, the series leader for the summer will take home a leader jersey of their own.

Note: Leaders, please pick up your Leader Jersey prior to race start. If you are the leader and do not wear the leader’s jersey your finish will not be recorded.

2. Leaders' Jersey OTH 2013

And the May 28 leaders are:

 

01 – Mens Pro
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Joel Titius 514 Corona, CA 20
02 – Mens Expert
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Steve Boniface 170 Irvine, CA 30
03 – Mens Sport 1
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Jack Tucker 137 Newport Beach, CA 14
04 – Mens Sport 2
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Mario Race Sanchez 573 Foothill Ranch, CA 36
05 – Mens Sport 3
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Curt Dosier 664 Laguna Beach, CA 40
06 – Mens Sport 4
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Josh Wolff 177 Laguna Beach, CA 53
07 – Mens SuperSport
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Adam Zeen 561 Huntington Beach, CA 21
08 – Mens SuperSport Masters (50+)
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Todd Brown 403 Coto De Caza, CA 50
09 – SingleSpeed
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Andrew Christie 404 Costa Mesa, CA 31
11 – Mens Beginner 1
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Steven Nadaskai 599 Mission Viejo, CA 14
12 – Mens Beginner 2
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  adrian osuna 330 Lake Forest, CA 32
13 – Mens Beginner 3
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Timothy Odehnal 534 Corona, CA 45
14 – Mens Beginner 4
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Doug Zanella 184 San Clemente, CA 49
15 – Womens Expert/Pro
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Amanda Nauman 406 Mission Viejo, CA 23
16 – Womens Sport
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Michelle Allen 590 Redlands, CA 31
17 – Womens Beginner
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Catherine Wolff 223 Pomona, CA 35
18 – Boys Juniors (12-15)
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Brent Franze 371 Fullerton, CA 14
19 – Girls Juniors (12-15)
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Hannah Binder 340 Tustin, CA 15
20 – Clydesdale
Pos Racer Name Bib City Age
1  Richard Laflin 326 Irvine, CA 42

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