Friday, August 26, 2005

Feldman is world TT king, a fourth time

Winner in Austria


Ketchum cyclist Richard Feldman

The amazing Ketchum cyclist Richard Feldman can once again claim the title of the world's best time trialer in the Master Men's 30-39 age class.

Feldman, 36, captured his third consecutive UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) Time Trial World Championship on Wednesday with a 24 minute, 41.10-second clocking on the 20-kilometer (12.4-mile) course at St. Johann, Austria.

Durance Cycleworks racer Feldman was a 31-second winner over Christer Olsson of Sweden (25:12) as third-place Thomas Schweiger of Germany (25:13) was another second behind. In all, there were 62 racers in the men's 30-39 class and only three Americans.

It was the fourth world time trial victory in five years for Feldman, who is a 14-time Idaho time trial champion and also national men's TT king.




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