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Chain snags Ishay’s victory

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And the band played on while the collegiate cyclists churned up the front hill to Fort Lewis College on Sunday during the Squawker Road Classic.
Rotem Ishay of Fort Lewis College leads Josh Yeaton of CU and the rest of the field up the hill to the campus during the Men’s A road race Sunday. Ishay’s bid for the race win ended with a mechanical problem less than a half-mile fron the finish. Yeaton won.
Heather Fischer of the University of Colorado rode with a fake mustache Sunday to “lighten the mood.” She edged FLC’s Sarah Zoey Sturm in the Women’s A road race. “I love these college races because of the fun factor,” Fischer said.
Payson McElveen of Fort Lewis eventually finished third in the Men’s A road race. “Basically, my job was to patrol the front (of the peloton) and make sure nothing got away,” McElveen said.
Heather Fischer, a CU senior from Berthoud, eased away from FLC’s Sarah Zooey Sturm on the last climb up to the campus.

Chain snags Ishay’s victory

And the band played on while the collegiate cyclists churned up the front hill to Fort Lewis College on Sunday during the Squawker Road Classic.
Rotem Ishay of Fort Lewis College leads Josh Yeaton of CU and the rest of the field up the hill to the campus during the Men’s A road race Sunday. Ishay’s bid for the race win ended with a mechanical problem less than a half-mile fron the finish. Yeaton won.
Heather Fischer of the University of Colorado rode with a fake mustache Sunday to “lighten the mood.” She edged FLC’s Sarah Zoey Sturm in the Women’s A road race. “I love these college races because of the fun factor,” Fischer said.
Payson McElveen of Fort Lewis eventually finished third in the Men’s A road race. “Basically, my job was to patrol the front (of the peloton) and make sure nothing got away,” McElveen said.
Heather Fischer, a CU senior from Berthoud, eased away from FLC’s Sarah Zooey Sturm on the last climb up to the campus.
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