Young guns fire off another round

Young guns fire off another round

Nate Wilson, 20, wins the Iron Horse men’s criterium
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Twenty-year-old Nate Wilson of Boulder broke away from the men’s pro field with 37-year-old Greg Krause of Littleton during Sunday’s Iron Horse criterium in downtown Durango. Wilson, helped by California Giant/Specialized teammates Yannick and Robin Eckmann, won the crit, with Krause second.
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Greg Krause of Littleton sprinted against Nate Wilson for a preem bonus during the men’s pro criterium in downtown Durango. The 20-year-old Wilson edged the 37-year-old Krause for Sunday’s victory.
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Robin Eckmann of Boulder, in red, helped turn teammate Nate Wilson into a champion Sunday in the pro men’s criterium. “I’ve done races without teammates before, and it’s impossible to win ... at least for me,” Wilson said.
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Fort Lewis College cyclist Ryan Cleveland does the “Skyhawk” as he rolls across the finish line Sunday afternoon in downtown Durango. Cleveland finished third in the pro men’s criterium. “Winning the last sprint, getting on the podium, especially with the home crowd ... this is a success for me,” Cleveland said.

Young guns fire off another round

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Twenty-year-old Nate Wilson of Boulder broke away from the men’s pro field with 37-year-old Greg Krause of Littleton during Sunday’s Iron Horse criterium in downtown Durango. Wilson, helped by California Giant/Specialized teammates Yannick and Robin Eckmann, won the crit, with Krause second.
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Greg Krause of Littleton sprinted against Nate Wilson for a preem bonus during the men’s pro criterium in downtown Durango. The 20-year-old Wilson edged the 37-year-old Krause for Sunday’s victory.
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Robin Eckmann of Boulder, in red, helped turn teammate Nate Wilson into a champion Sunday in the pro men’s criterium. “I’ve done races without teammates before, and it’s impossible to win ... at least for me,” Wilson said.
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Fort Lewis College cyclist Ryan Cleveland does the “Skyhawk” as he rolls across the finish line Sunday afternoon in downtown Durango. Cleveland finished third in the pro men’s criterium. “Winning the last sprint, getting on the podium, especially with the home crowd ... this is a success for me,” Cleveland said.
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