Cameron Cogburn, Marti Shea win Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb

Last modified: Monday, August 20, 2012
Cameron Cogburn of Cambridge and Marti Shea of Marblehead each made it a 2-for-2 summer at Pinkham Notch, N.H., with victories Saturday in the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb.

The duo picked up victories six weeks after winning Newton's Revenge, which takes place on the same 7.6-mile uphill course, in July.

Cogburn, a former professional rider, finished first among the men (52:28) on Saturday.

Shea, a former Boston University distance runner, was the runaway winner (1:03.14) of the women's field.

The top local finisher was Jeffrey Kwolek of Easthampton. Kwolek finished 163rd with a time of 1:23.53.

Local riders included Donald Mientka of Southampton (185th, 1:25.18), William Sharp of Southampton (207th, 1:28.21), Elaine Skawski of Southampton (291st, 1:35:39), Scott Soutra of Southampton (311th, 1:38.43), Joe Paul of Westhampton (457th, 2:27.00), and Erin McGill of Northampton (463rd, 2:37.38)