MIT Cycling Team Enjoys Another Case of Déjà Vu

by Amy Marcott on October 13, 2010

in Athletics, Student Life

The MIT Cycling Team made it a three-peat at the Collegiate Track National Championships in Indianapolis a few weekends ago, taking home the Division II team omnium award for the third straight year. Congrats to grad students Laura Ralston; Mike Garrett; Zach LaBry ’08, SM ’10; and Nick Loomis. Garrett also placed fifth in the men’s points race and earned a spot on that podium as well.

Read commentary on the team’s blog—including graphs that plot the density estimate of kilometer times! You’ll love it!—and enjoy some shots of the athletes in action below and on their Flickr page. All photos courtesy Nick Loomis.

The MIT athletes celebrate their victory. Also on the awards podium (or next to it) are teams from DePauw and Army.

The MIT athletes celebrate their victory. Also on the awards podium (or next to it) are teams from DePauw and Army.

Laura Ralston chases down an attack in the women's points race.

Laura Ralston chases down an attack in the women's points race.

Warming up.

Warming up.

Mike Garrett racing toward his fifth-place finish in the points race.

Mike Garrett racing toward his fifth-place finish in the points race.

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