Kenny Williams (cyclist)

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Kenny Williams is an American amateur racing cyclist.

Williams won the 1999 national criterium title Sunday at the U.S. Cycling Federation Road Cycling Championships held in Loveland, Ohio.[1]

Williams and partner Kirk O'Bee came in third place at the Burnaby Six-Day cycling event in January 2008.[2]

Williams was suspended in 2009 for taking the steroid Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) prior to the United States Masters Championships, where he claimed the 3000 metre individual pursuit and kilometre time trial titles.[3]

Career highlights[edit]

  1. 2001: 1st in Tahuya-Seabeck-Tahuya Road Race (USA)
  2. 2003: 1st in National Championship, Track, Pursuit, Elite, United States of America, Leigh Valley (USA)
  3. 2003: 3rd in National Championship, Track, Madison, Elite, United States of America, Leigh Valley (USA)
  4. 2004: 3rd in National Championship, Road, ITT, Elite, United States of America, Redlands (USA)
  5. 2004: 2nd in National Championship, Track, Pursuit, Elite, United States of America, Frisco Superdrome (USA)
  6. 2005: 2nd in National Championship, Track, Team Pursuit, Elite, United States of America, Los Angeles (USA)
  7. 2007: 2nd in Burnaby, Six Days (CAN)
  8. 2007: 3rd in National Championship, Track, Team Pursuit, Elite, United States of America, Carson, CA (USA)
  9. 2008: 3rd in Burnaby, Six Days (CAN)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TACOMA CYCLIST WINS U.S. CRITERIUM", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, June 29, 1999. Accessed January 16, 2008.
  2. ^ "Cycling champs defend six-day title at velodrome", Burnaby Now, January 12, 2008. Accessed January 18, 2008. "Giro di Burnaby champion Kirk O'Bee and U.S. Healthnet team mate Kenny Williams finished in third place, five laps back of the overall winners."
  3. ^ http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/williams-admits-to-doping-positive

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