Mata & Prado Emerge Atop Final Pro UET Standings

  • By USA Cycling
  • Published Aug. 30, 2011
  • Updated Oct. 12, 2012 at 12:53 PM EDT

The USA Cycling Professional Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour (Pro UET) completed with the Hampshire 100 in Greenfield, N.H. Manuel Prado (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-Air) and Pua Mata (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-Air) topped the final men’s and women’s standings.


Prado topped the men’s standings with 160 points. Colin Cares (Boulder, Colo./Kenda-Felt) and Justin Spinelli (Nashua, N.H./Luxe Wheelworks), who were the only other riders to win a race on the Pro UET this season, tied for second with 60 points apiece. Three riders, Jay Henry (Avon, Colo.), Jonny Hintze (Salt Lake City, Utah/Bikers Edge) and Jonathan Schottler (Columbia, Mo./Michelob Ultra-Big Shark), tied for third place with 40 points apiece.


Mata won each of the three races she entered to amass 180 points and top the final women’s standings. Karen Potter (Shrewsbury, Mass./, who won the Hampshire 100, finished second with 60 points. The four riders tied for third with 40 points were: Anna Milkowski (Andover, Mass./Wheelworks Racing), Jana Repulski (Boise, Idaho), Jennifer Smith (Gunnison, Colo./Alpine Orthopaedics) and Andrea Wilson (Cordova, Tenn./Mid South Velo).

Pro UET Final 2011 Overall

1. Manuel Prado (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-Air) — 160
2. Colin Cares (Boulder, Colo./Kenda-Felt) — 60
2. Justin Spinelli (Nashua, N.H./Luxe Wheelworks) — 60
4. Jay Henry (Avon, Colo.) — 40
4. Jonny Hintze (Salt Lake City, Utah/Bikers Edge) — 40
4. Jonathan Schottler (Columbia, Mo./Michelob Ultra-Big Shark) — 40

1. Pua Mata (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-Air) — 180
2. Karen Potter (Shrewsbury, Mass./ — 60
3. Andrea Wilson (Cordova, Tenn./Mid South Velo) — 40
3. Jennifer Smith (Gunnison, Colo./Alpine Orthopaedics) — 40
3. Jana Repulski (Boise, Idaho) — 40
3. Anna Milkowski (Andover, Mass./Wheelworks Racing) — 40

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