Durango mountain bike team wins Colorado Cycling League conference title

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Durango mountain bike team wins Colorado Cycling League conference title

Animas rolls in for second in Division 1
Durango’s Ruth Holcomb, right, clinched the junior varsity girls championship as only a freshman with another win at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race in Nathrop. She has won all four races of the season so far.
Animas’ Riley Amos, center, lined up next to Durango’s Cobe Freeburn in the junior varsity boys conference championship race with a chance to take the overall series leader jersey from the Durango rider. Amos did just that with a victory, while a mechanical problem sent Freeburn to a fourth-place finish.
Durango’s Maddie Jo Robbins took the hole shot and the victory in the varsity girls race at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race in Nathrop. She won the conference title.
Animas’ Simon Donnaway rode to a top-10 finish in the conference standings among junior varsity boys.
Animas’ Riley Amos claimed the win at the conference championship in Nathrop to win the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference overall title.
Durango’s Maddie Jo Robins, far left, and Animas’ Maya Zarlingo, far right, kept the mood light at the start line of the varsity girls conference championship race in Nathrop.
Durango’s Cobe Freeburn had to work even harder Saturday in Nathrop after a mechanical issue slowed down his ride at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race.
Animas’ Alma Wolf was a South Conference force and finished fourth overall in the conference standings for varsity girls.

Durango mountain bike team wins Colorado Cycling League conference title

Durango’s Ruth Holcomb, right, clinched the junior varsity girls championship as only a freshman with another win at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race in Nathrop. She has won all four races of the season so far.
Animas’ Riley Amos, center, lined up next to Durango’s Cobe Freeburn in the junior varsity boys conference championship race with a chance to take the overall series leader jersey from the Durango rider. Amos did just that with a victory, while a mechanical problem sent Freeburn to a fourth-place finish.
Durango’s Maddie Jo Robbins took the hole shot and the victory in the varsity girls race at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race in Nathrop. She won the conference title.
Animas’ Simon Donnaway rode to a top-10 finish in the conference standings among junior varsity boys.
Animas’ Riley Amos claimed the win at the conference championship in Nathrop to win the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference overall title.
Durango’s Maddie Jo Robins, far left, and Animas’ Maya Zarlingo, far right, kept the mood light at the start line of the varsity girls conference championship race in Nathrop.
Durango’s Cobe Freeburn had to work even harder Saturday in Nathrop after a mechanical issue slowed down his ride at the Colorado Cycling League’s South Conference championship race.
Animas’ Alma Wolf was a South Conference force and finished fourth overall in the conference standings for varsity girls.
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