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MOUNTAIN-BIKE EVENT ENDS ON THE OBSTACLE COURSES

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Tom Rogers and Julia Ingersoll, a pair of sixth-place finishers on Saturday, came away winners in Sunday's Scot Trials (obstacle course) competition at the Park City Motherlode Off-Road Cycling Festival.

Rogers, Canyon Country, Calif., turned in a winning time of 8 minutes, 17 seconds to claim the Elite Men's victory. Ingersoll, racing for Team KHS, won the women's competition in 10:38.8. Both were sixth-place finishers in Saturday's Elite circuit races.While Rogers finished a full eight seconds ahead of runner-up Jim Rosasco, the women's race was closer. Runner-up Cindy Devine came in only 3.3 seconds back of Ingersoll.

David Wiens, the Men's Elite winner in Saturday's circuit race competition, finished 26th in the Scot Trials. Saturday's women's winner, Lisa Muhich, was eighth in the Scot Trials.

In the Sport Men division, Jason Redfield, Clancy, Mont., won in a 9:11.8 time, followed by Park City's Jordan Swentson. Tav Street and Louis Ehlias, both of Park City, finished one-two in the Beginner Men's division. Liz Davis of Ogden took the Sport Women's title, followed by Sherry Rowse of Sandy.

The Expert Men's title went to Marc Schnyder, followed by Stosh Bankston.

In downhill competition, John Tomac, who finished second in the circuit race on Saturday, took the Men's Elite championship with a 3:08.7 time. Lisa Muhich, who won the Women's Elite on Saturday, won again Sunday, taking the downhill title in a 3:44.5 time.

For complete results, see Scoreboard, B7.