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What goes up must come down

Skyhawks’ downhillers prove their worth in gravity
Brittany Clawson left her downhill competition in the dust Saturday at Angel Fire Resort in Angel Fire, N.M. She won the national championship, and she won fast. “That was really fast. That’s the fastest race I’ve ever done,” Clawson said. “That’s the fastest I’ve ever gone.”
Meghan Kane, a cross country-cum-gravity cyclist, navigated the nationals’ downhill course for third place and a podium finish. Speaking as quickly as she rode the downhill, Kane said it “was so exciting, so fast.”
Fort Lewis College Cycling

USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Championships

Oct. 19-21 at Angel Fire Resort

Angel Fire, N.M.

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Men’s Downhill/Dual Slalom



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What goes up must come down

Brittany Clawson left her downhill competition in the dust Saturday at Angel Fire Resort in Angel Fire, N.M. She won the national championship, and she won fast. “That was really fast. That’s the fastest race I’ve ever done,” Clawson said. “That’s the fastest I’ve ever gone.”
Meghan Kane, a cross country-cum-gravity cyclist, navigated the nationals’ downhill course for third place and a podium finish. Speaking as quickly as she rode the downhill, Kane said it “was so exciting, so fast.”
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