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Tysons Corner Circuit Race

History
For its first eight years, the Beltway Bicycle Club developed and promoted the Tysons Corner Circuit Race.  In late 2003 the club disbanded, and in an amicable transfer, NCVC took over the promotion of the event. In 2011, NCVC was unable to secure guaranteed access to the parking lots on the northern corner of Westpark and Westbranch. The event was canceled.  In 2013, with the support of the Tysons Partnership the race restarted.
 
Winners
 
Date
Promoter
Senior
Women
Junior
Masters
1996-09-15
BBC
Chris Schmidt
Gary Anger
1997-05-11
BBC
Skip Foley
Sheba Farrin
Ryan McKinney
Joe Deaton
1998-05-10
BBC
Chris Kent
Roger Friend
1999-05-23
BBC
Skip Foley
Dana Walton
 
Nima Ebrahimnejad
2000-05-21
BBC
John DeLong
Marjan Huizing
Dave Osborne
2001-06-21
BBC
Ray Sanchez
Tracey Foley
Jeff Via, Jr
Nima Ebrahimnejad
2002-04-07
BBC
Jon Wirsing
Charmian Breon
James Weightman
Dave Osborne
2003-04-06
BBC
Josh Frick
Diana Gillam
Michael Chauner
Jon Wirsing
2004-07-18
NCVC
Nils Dennis
Jenette Williams
Alexander Arnold
2005-04-03
NCVC
Jake Stephens
Katie Baldwin
Nick Bax
Roger Friend
2006-04-02
NCVC
Dave Osborne
Jenette Williams
Nick Mulder
Roger Friend
2007-04-01
NCVC
Alejandro Borrajo
Beth Mason
Shannon Morgan
Roger Friend
2008-04-06 NCVC Clayton Barros Jenette Williams Nick Mulder Ramon Benitez
2009-04-05 NCVC Todd Hipp/Battley Leslie Jennings, Kenda Wilson Hale, JRVS Art Brown (*)
2010-04-11 NCVC Jeff Buckles, Richmond Pro Sarah Caravella, BMW Bianchi Thomas Wrona, Raleigh Allstars Chuck Hutcheson, Battley
2013-06-30 NCVC Jose Escobar Ainhoa Perez-Diez Aidan Palmer Ramon Benitez
(*) Peter Cannell won the race, but tested positive for drostanolone on April 16, 2010. He forfeited all results from 2007, 2008, and 2009. See USACycling announcement
Chronology
 
  • 2004. Event took place in July, instead of the traditional April
 
Course
GPS Coordinates of the tradtional Start/Finish Line: 38.92823, -77.22056
The course went counterclockwise on a loop comprising Westbranch Dr, Westpark Dr. and Jones Branch Dr. The finish was typically about 100 m from the turn onto Westbranch.  All of Jones Branch was downhill, and led into an uphill finish on Westbranch. In the NCVC era, the racing was on the inner lane, and the outerlane carrried traffic in the normal direction, but only one-way.
Course Map
 
Event Announcements
 
 

Last modified at 10/10/2013 10:34 AM  by Bill Luecke 

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