Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

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Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

Amos, Holcomb lead varsity riders for Animas, Durango
Durango’s Ruth Holcomb, right, is hoping to follow in the footsteps of her friend Maddie Jo Robbins by winning a varsity girls mountain bike state title this weekend.

Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

Durango’s Ruth Holcomb, right, is hoping to follow in the footsteps of her friend Maddie Jo Robbins by winning a varsity girls mountain bike state title this weekend.

Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

Durango’s Ruth Holcomb has dominated the Colorado Cycling League south conference’s varsity girls races start to finish this year, and she will look to win a state title this weekend when Durango hosts the state races.

Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

Durango’s Cobe Freeburn and Animas’ Riley Amos have been at the front of the Colorado Cycling League south conference varsity boys races all season, and Amos will look to win a state championship Sunday in Durango.

Animas, Durango athletes eye state mountain bike titles on home soil

Durango teammates Ian Kutzleb, right, and Ivan Sippy rode at the front of the freshman boys field in Nathrop during the Chalk Creek Stampede. Sippy went on to win the race, while Kutzleb kept the overall leader’s jersey with a second-place finish. Those two along with Colby Simmons will gun for a state title this weekend.
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