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Scott Zwizanski action shot
Born: May 29, 1977
Hometown: West Chester, Pennsylvania
Residence: Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175 lbs

One of Kodakgallery.com/Sierra Nevada's dedicated support riders, Scott Zwizanski will play a key role for the team in 2019, as he did throughout the 2018 season.

His best individual result came at the Bermuda Grand Prix in September, where he placed 2nd overall after driving the winning breakaway during the race's longest stage. "I ended last season on a good note," Scott says, "and I'm looking forward to doing everything better this season."

Earlier in 2018, Scott also took second place in the Pennsylvania Criterium Championships to former Olympic gold medalist Marty Nothstein and won the Tour de Medford in New Jersey with a long solo breakaway.

This season, Scott is also looking forward to a return to track cycling. In 2003, only his first year of racing on the velodrome, Scott finished 2nd in the the 10-mile event at the US Track Cycling Championships. In 2019, he hopes to leave his mark on the Lehigh Valley Velodrome's Friday night racing as well as the mass-start events at the national championships.

In 2018, Scott displayed tremendous toughness and commitment after crashing heavily and suffering serious facial injuries in June by not just returning to racing but placing third in the first stage of the Greenville Downtown Cycling Classic before the end of that same season.

A former collegiate swimmer at the University of West Virginia, Scott has improved rapidly since quitting his full-time job as a civil engineer in 2002 and turning pro in 2018 with Ofoto.

"I'll keep racing as long as I keep improving," he says, "which should be a few more years since I got a late start in in cycling."

A native of the Philadelphia area, Scott was inspired by watching the former USPRO Championships, now the Philadelphia International Championship, on the Manayunk Wall and his foremost goal in cycling is to win his hometown race.


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