Cycling Team Takes Second National Championship in Road Cycling

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Team omnium win gives Marian University cycling team its 15th national title
The Marian University cycling team prevailed at the USA Cycling collegiate road national championships in Madison, Wisconsin, to win its 15th national title and second road championship. A total of 505 team omnium points in Division I put the Knights well ahead of second place finisher Lees-Mcrae College.   Adam Leibovitz took the D1 men's criterium championship and Kaitlin Antonneau took the D1 women's criterium championship.   A race recap and complete results is available on theUSA Cycling web site. Videos from the weekend, including interviews with members of the Knights team, are on USA Cycling'sYouTube channel.   Photo courtesy of Casey B. Gibson.

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