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ACCC Duke Goes to the Individual Omnium Podium

ACCC Duke Goes to the Individual Omnium Podium
Kyle Bondo

OGDEN, UT — The 2013 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships concluded Sunday with four road races at Pineview Reservoir. In all, 400 riders from over 100 schools around the country competed in the event.

Individual Omnium
Matt Lyons (Denver, Colo./University of Denver), who also finished second in the criterium and road race, recorded 278 points to win the Division II men’s omnium. The winner of Saturday’s criterium, Michael Mulvihill (San Francisco, Calif./Duke University) finished in second place, 48 points behind Lyons. Kit Recca (Golden, Colo./Colorado School of Mines) registered 196 points to finish third. The Division II men’s road race winner, Cameron Cogburn (Cambridge, Mass./Massachusetts Institute of Technology), placed fourth in the omnium with 177 points, 24 points ahead of Matthew Rinehart (Durham, N.C./Duke University).

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[2013 USA Cycling National Cycling Collegiate Championships Video (Youtube.com) Length: 7:09]

2013 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships
Individual Omnium Results
May 05, 2013
Ogden, Utah

Individual Omnium
Division II Men

1. Matt Lyons (Denver, Colo./University of Denver) 278
2. Michael Mulvihill (San Francisco, Calif./Duke University) 230
3. Kit Recca (Golden, Colo./Colorado School of Mines) 196
4. Cameron Cogburn (Cambridge, Mass./Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 177
5. Matthew Rinehart (Durham, N.C./Duke University) 153

Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference
The Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference (ACCC) is a collection of cycling clubs representing colleges and universities from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina. We are one of eleven conferences that make up the collegiate program of USA Cycling, the national governing body of cycling in the United States. Our athletes compete in road, mountain, and cyclocross racing throughout the academic year at the conference level with hopes of qualifying for the USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships. For more information, please check out the ACCC website.