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Cycling achievement

I have compiled a fairly comprehensive dossier of achievements in racing while maintaining an executive career and raising a family. This includes nearly 100 wins, 5 National Championships (3 gold medals & 2 Best-All-Round titles). I am a two time USA Cycling 'All American' and was the No.1 ranked Cat 1 criterium rider two years in a row

I started racing on a local team sponsored by Kodak in Washington DC and was mentored by 18 time National Champion Jim Montgomery. Under Jim's guidance I became a Cat 1 in less than a year. Soon after this World TEAM offered me a spot on their semi-pro team which meant racing alongside my mentor Jim, Paul Curley (25-time National Champion), Jason Snow (35+ World Champion), and Brian McDonough (SAAB Professional and multi-time track National Champion). These guys taught me the ins-and-outs of American racing and I went on to win the Mid-Atlantic BAR, Best All-Round Rider, that year and also set the 25mile individual time trial record of 50:54. In 2000-2001 I moved to Lincoln, Massachusetts and raced for CCB, the nation’s No. 1-ranked amateur team at the time. On CCB I won the New England Pro/Am Criterium Championships in Burlington, VT. The following year, I raced for Trek Regional / North East Factory Team and won the Wall Street Crit in Manhattan, NYC and was USA Cycling's No. 1-ranked Cat 1 crit racer in 2002 and 2003.

From 2004 to 2011, my focus was building a start-up company but I managed to win another Masters National Crit Championship in 2007 while my training was primarily commuting to work. In 2011, I was on the winning six-man team at the RAPHA North American Gentlemen Race (124 miles on-off road). In 2012 & 2013 I rode for the master's TIME FACTORY Team in Los Angeles, CA and won the New England Masters Criterium Championships both years.