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Results from the HHH Road Races

While it's better known for its endurance rides, the Hotter'N Hell 100 is also one of the top professional road races in the United States. This year 533 cyclists entered the USA Cycling Road Races as part of the HHH. Here are some of the results:

Men's Pro Category 1-2 (160 km ~ 102 mi)

1. Colin Strickland (Elbowz Racing) 4:00:20
2. Justin Stanley (Elbowz) 4:00:21
3. Nicholas Torraca (Elevate Cycling) 4:00:21

Women's Open (100 km ~ 62 mi)

1. Diana Penuela (Sun and Ski Elite) 2:58:54
2. Hannah Ross (Hotter'N Hell 100) 2:58:54
3. Christina Gokey-Smith (Pepper Palace) 2:58:55

Men's Pro Category 3 (160 km ~ 102 mi)

1. Nicholas Minnery (Southern Elite) 4:24:09
2. Alejandro Gomez (Joyerias Meza Intense) 4:24:09
3. Zach Ross (Bike Barn Elite) 4:24:10

Men's Masters 40+ Cat 1-2-3-4 (100 km ~ 62 mi)

1. Bret Crosby (CNW Racing) 2:20:36
2. Hunter East (OKC Velo) 2:20:36
3. Brent Turner (Bike Barn Texas) 2:23:20

Junior Combined (40 km ~ 25 mi)

1. Mauricio Garcia (Park Place) 1:07:06
2. Matthew Schmid 1:07:10
3. Steven Stroik (Mad Duck) 1:07:10

You can find complete results for every race here!

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