After dominating the elite men’s division to open the 2012 Central Coast Cyclocross Series at the beginning of the month, Watsonville resident Andy Jacques-Maynes earned his second straight win at Fort Ord on Saturday.
Jacques-Maynes, who hasn’t lost a CCCX race since Oct. 22, 2011 stretched his winning streak to four with a 50 second lead over Yannick Eckman.
Jacques-Maynes [Cal Giant/Specialized] completed 10 laps in 1 hour, 2 minutes, 51 seconds. Eckman [Cal Giant/Specialized], of Boulder, Colo., clocked in at 1:3:41.
Santa Cruz’s Scott Chapin [Bicycleblue Book/HRS/Rocklobster] rounded out the top three in 1:04:15.
Three other Santa Cruz County residents also won their divisions for the second week in a row: Bonny Doon’s Justin Robinson [Cal Giant] repeated in the master men’s 35-plus A Cat 1/2/3/4 division, completing eight laps in 52:02; Santa Cruz’s Natasha Perry [Bicycleblue Book/HRS/Rocklobster] accomplished the same feat in the master women’s 35-plus division, completing five laps in 39:11; and Ben Lomond’s John Ryan [unattached] accomplished the same feat in the master men’s 35-plus C division, completing six laps in 46:22.
For the first time this season, Santa Cruz’s John Haver [X-Fusion] won the B men’s Cat 3/4 division, finishing seven laps in 45:48.
The third CCCX event is scheduled for Sept. 22 at CSU Monterey Bay.
Results included in this report are from the CCCX website.