McNulty and Craddock Finish Top 30 In Time Trial at Road Worlds
September 25, 2020
Two Americans competed in the Men’s Elite Time Trial World Championships Friday in Italy.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Brandon McNulty (Phoenix, Ariz; UAE Team Emirates) and Lawson Craddock (Houston, Texas; EF Education First Pro Cycling) raced the Elite Men’s Time Trial today in Imola, Italy. With three medals and a rainbow jersey at the U23 and Junior Time Trials, McNulty performed well at his debut performance as an elite rider at only 22-years-old. McNulty has proven to be a strong asset to the U.S. National Team clocking in a time of 38:45.88, landing him in 29th place. Craddock was able to dig deep after the intermediate split to finish with a time of 38:48.58, where he placed just behind McNulty.
Racing continues tomorrow with the Elite Women’s Road Race starting at 6:45 a.m. EDT / 3:45 a.m. PDT. The roster is as follows:
Krista Doebel-Hickok (Marina del Rey, Calif.; Rally Cycling)
Amber Neben (Lake Forest, Calif.; Cogeas–Mettler Cycling Team)
Coryn Rivera (Newport Beach, Calif.; Team Sunweb)
Lauren Stephens (Mesquite, Texas; Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank)
Tayler Wiles (Fairfax, Calif.; Trek-Segafredo)
Ruth Winder (Lafayette, Calif.; Trek-Segafredo)
You can watch all the racing live on the Olympic Channel. Follow @USACyclingLIVE on Twitter for live updates throughout the race along with @USACycling and @UCI_cycling. For more information on start times and who to watch, click here.
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