Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:52
These are the results from the Inner Loop Race on Thursday.
For all results of the men races, visit http://www.tourofthegila.com/category/2016-results/
Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:49
These are the Pro Men general classification results after Stage 2
For rest of men's results visit: http://www.tourofthegila.com/category/2016-results/
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Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:45
These are the results of the Inner Loop Stage 2 Race on Thursday for Pro Women
For other women's results, go to http://www.tourofthegila.com/category/2016-results/
Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:40
These are the general classifications of the UCI Women after stage 2
For results of all races, visit http://www.tourofthegila.com/category/2016-results/-- Continue reading
Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 08:52
Silver City, NM (May 4, 2016) – The Tour of the Gila opened Wednesday with a strong showing from the men’s and women’s professional fields. Riding for the Amy D. Foundation composite team, Mara Abbott seized the top spot for the first stage. Abbott has claimed the victory for the Silver City to Mogollon Road Race three years running, and has won the Tour of the Gila overall five times in 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, and 2015. Abbott surpassed second place finisher Katharine Hall (UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling) by a whopping 2:31. Olympic hopeful and Gila 2012 pro women's overall race winner Kristin Armstrong (Twenty16-Ridebiker) came in three seconds after Hall at 3:22:34.
“My team demonstrated to me how much they trust me because of how hard they rode and how much of themselves they put on the line. Being able to be here and be supported by the race year after year... is amazing,” commented Abbott. Abbott’s average speed was 34.3 Km/H (21 miles per hour).-- Continue reading
Published on Thursday, 05 May 2016 00:36
Daily Sprint Summary - Sprinter
STAGE 1 Silver City to Mogollon Road Race
Published on Wednesday, 04 May 2016 12:52
(HANOVER, GRANT COUNTY,NM),---
On April 25, 2016, just before 10:00 a.m., Grant County Sheriff’s Department Deputies were dispatched to a Domestic Disturbance at #2 Casa Grande in Hanover, New Mexico. This was a verbal argument between Ryan Andazola (20 YOA) and his mother. While Deputies were in route to the address, they received information that Ryan Andazola had locked his mother out of the residence and was yelling out the window that he was going to set the residence on fire.
When the Deputies arrived on scene they made contact with Ryan’s mother. She advised the Deputies that Ryan was still in the home. Deputies approached the residence. As Deputies approached, Ryan ran out the back door. Deputies pursued Ryan on foot. After jumping over two fences, deputies lost sight of Ryan.
Deputies returned to the residence to find that the residence was on fire. Members of the Santa Rita Fire Department and Bayard Fire Department responded to put out the fire. The GCSO Criminal Investigations Division responded to continue the investigation. The New Mexico State Fire Marshal was also called to the scene for further investigation. The master bedroom and bathroom which is located on the east end of the residence, were completely destroyed by the fire.-- Continue reading
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