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San Francisco (June 27, 2018) - The Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada Professional Cycling Team wrapped up a three-race, two-coast weekend with Jackson Stewart’s win on Sunday in the Fidelity Investments Burlingame Criterium presented by

Racing in Burlingame along with Russell Hamby, Glen Mitchell, and Tim Larkin, Stewart comfortably won a field sprint after an hour of racing on the twisting six-turn course in downtown Burlingame.

Stewart, who won this race for the second time in three years, said afterwards, “Russell did a good job of keeping me near the front on the last lap. I was mainly worried about [Jelly Belly-PoolGel’s Dave] McCook but when he started his sprint early I knew I could jump around him at the finish."

Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada Operations Manager Kurt Stockton added, “We had a plan and executed it, and I’m really happy for Jackson and our team. Plus, it’s always great to win when your sponsor supports the event like Kodak Gallery does here in Burlingame.”

Across the continent on Saturday evening, Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada fielded a six-rider squad consisting of Hayden Godfrey, Dan Schmatz, Pete Lopinto, Dominique Perras, Ben Jacques-Maynes and Scott Zwizanski for the Saturn Rochester Twilight Criterium.

Halfway through the two-hour race, Jacques-Maynes, Perras, and Schmatz were part of a twelve-rider group that lapped the field, although not before Perras netted a $600 prime.

Starting with 5 laps to go, Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada went to the front to set up Schmatz for the finale, but despite their hard work, riders such as race winner Juan Jose Haedo of Colavita-Sutter Home managed to jump the Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada train on the backstretch and Schmatz finished 5th.

After the race, Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada Racing Manager Robin Zellner commented, “You can’t win ‘em all, but I think we were the most active team throughout the race. We had a great trip out to Rochester and I’m glad that we were able to put on a show for the folks from Kodak in their hometown. We’ll be back next year.”

Earlier that day in the Bay Area, Glen Mitchell and Jackson Stewart contested the 103-mile Pescadero Coastal Classic, held on a beautiful and demanding 28-mile course along the Pacific Coast of San Mateo County.

Just after the start, Stewart and Webcor Builders’ Marc Hagenlocher broke away and opened a gap of about two minutes. On the penultimate ascent of Haskin’s Hill, the course’s long finishing climb, Stewart was dropped by Hagenlocher but continued to work hard, ensuring that Mitchell’s chase group would catch Hagenlocher on the last lap.

After the catch, Mitchell countered with Webcor Builders’ James Mattis, forming the winning break despite a chase by McGuire-Langdale’s Roman Kilun and Webcor Builders’ Ted Huang.

On the last trip up Haskin’s Hill, Mattis outgunned Mitchell for the win.

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