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Tour de Crystal Lake presented by Visit McHenry County
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Holloway, Schneider Win Field Sprints in Crystal Lake
Hartley extends overall with one-two team punch
Athlete Octane continued its dominance of the Intelligentsia Cup in the Tour de Crystal Lake presented by McHenry County with a one-two finish between national champion Daniel Holloway and series leader Chad Hartley. The team was in every move that tried to get away but the other teams knew to not let them get up the road, so a field sprint was on tap.
With the biggest guns in the field the Holloway/Hartley duo had an easy run to the finish line, followed by the Kiwi James Williamson (L&M Group Ricoh).
Schneider closes gap to Allar in overall
Sam Schneider (TIBCO) climbed within one point of the overall lead of Erica Allar (Colavita) with the win on Sunday, taking the field sprint just ahead of veteran sprinter Tina Pic (Fearless Femme) and Amy Cutler (FCS Cycling).
Allar's fourth place earned her just enough points to stay ahead in the series but it looks like Schneider has designs on taking back the jersey she won in 2013, likely at the road race in Willow Springs when the series resumes Wednesday.