Pro GRT: Commanding leads taken by Binggeli and Galyean at Windham

  
  


With only two events remaining on the USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT), Logan Binggeli (Saint George, Utah/KHS-LiveStrength-ISX Sports) and Anne Galyean (Frederick, Md./Trek-Integrity Racing-Deity) have extended their respective leads in the series standings.

A rider crosses the finish line in the downhill race at Windham Mountain.
A rider crosses the finish line in the downhill race at Windham Mountain.
Binggeli was runner-up at the Windham U.S. National Pro GRT in Windham, N.Y., on June 30 to earn 40 points and give him a total of 244 points for the season. He now enjoys a 96-point advantage over Michael Sylvestri (Truckee, Calif./ARMA Energy - Evil Bikes) in the Pro GRT men's standings. Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized Racing) remains in third place in the standings with 140 points. Entering the top five following their performances at Windham Mountain are Neko Mulally (Reading, Pa./Trek World Racing) and Logan Mulally (Reading, Pa./Integrity Racing). Neko Mulally took the victory on Sunday in Windham and now sits in fourth place in the men's standings with 110 points, while Logan Mulally was third on Windham's downhill course and is fifth in the standings with 104 points.
 
Galyean placed third in the women's downhill at Windham and padded her advantage in the Pro GRT women's standings. Her 150 total points give her a 65-point lead over Jackie Swider (San Luis Obispo, Calif./Arts Cyclery-Shredly) with two events left on the Pro GRT calendar. Amber Price (Westminster, Colo./BikeSource Gravity Racing) sits close behind in third place with 82 points, while Adrienne Schneider (Incline Village, Nev./One Industries) and Robyn Embrey (Incline Village, Nev./Shine Riders Co) are tied for fourth place with 80 points each.

Full results from the Windham U.S. National Pro GRT in Windham, N.Y.  


 
 
USA Cycling Pro GRT Standings:

Men
1. Logan Binggeli (Saint George, Utah/KHS Factory Racing) - 244
2. Michael Sylvestri (Truckee, Calif./ARMA Energy - Evil Bikes) - 148
3. Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized Racing) - 140
4. Neko Mulally (Reading, Pa./Trek World Racing) - 110
5. Logan Mulally (Reading, Pa./Integrity Racing) - 104

Women
1. Anne Galyean (Frederick, Md./Integrity Racing-Deity) - 150
2. Jackie Swider (San Luis Obispo, Calif./Arts Cyclery-Shredly) - 85
3. Amber Price (Westminster, Colo./BikeSource Gravity Racing) - 82
4. Robyn Embrey (Incline Village, Nev./Shine Riders Co.) - 80
4. Adrienne Schneider (Incline Village, Nev./One Industries) - 80

For complete standings, visit the Pro GRT's official webpage at www.usacycling.org/progrt.

The penultimate event on the Pro GRT calendar takes place July 13-14 at the Snowshoe Mountain Pro GRT in Snowshoe, W.V.


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