Kirchmann and McQuirk seize overall titles at USA Speed Week





Leah Kirchmann (Denver Disruptors) and Evan McQuirk (ButcherBox Cycling p/b LOOK) won the overall titles at USA Speed Week, a series of seven criteriums contested in a span of nine days across the southeastern US. 

Kirchmann, who raced her last three years in the pro peloton on the WorldTour level, used consistency across “a very different kind of seven-day stage race” to secure the women’s overall title, finishing sixth place or better including a victory at LaGrange Cycling Classic across the week-long parade of criteriums. Heather Fischer (DNA Pro Cycling) finished second in the series, 70 points behind Kirchmann, while Erica Zaveta (Denver Disruptors) was third, another 197 points back. 

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