Fort Lewis College cycling claims 23rd national championship

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Fort Lewis College cycling claims 23rd national championship

Mountain bike team dominates in Montana
With a win at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Missoula, Montana, the Fort Lewis College cycling program now has won 23 national titles.
Fort Lewis College cyclists Katja Freeburn, middle, and Ellen Campbell, right, led the women’s endurance team at collegiate nationals. The two Durangoans helped the Skyhawks secure a 23rd national title.
Durango’s Ellen Campbell had a strong showing at collegiate mountain bike nationals.
Cole Paton of Fort Lewis College had a strong showing at the collegiate national championships. He was second in Sunday’s short-track cross-country race and third in Friday’s cross-country to help the team to a national championship.
Fort Lewis College cyclist McCauley Smith claimed third in dual slalom and a gold in downhill at collegiate nationals to lead the Skyhawks’ charge to a 23rd national championship.

Fort Lewis College cycling claims 23rd national championship

With a win at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Missoula, Montana, the Fort Lewis College cycling program now has won 23 national titles.
Fort Lewis College cyclists Katja Freeburn, middle, and Ellen Campbell, right, led the women’s endurance team at collegiate nationals. The two Durangoans helped the Skyhawks secure a 23rd national title.
Durango’s Ellen Campbell had a strong showing at collegiate mountain bike nationals.
Cole Paton of Fort Lewis College had a strong showing at the collegiate national championships. He was second in Sunday’s short-track cross-country race and third in Friday’s cross-country to help the team to a national championship.
Fort Lewis College cyclist McCauley Smith claimed third in dual slalom and a gold in downhill at collegiate nationals to lead the Skyhawks’ charge to a 23rd national championship.
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