Mark McCormack (cyclist)

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Mark McCormack (born September 15, 1970, Plymouth, Massachusetts) is a professional cyclo-cross and road bicycle racer from the United States. McCormack became the first rider to hold the U.S. national championship in cyclocross and road bicycle racing in a career.

Major results[edit]

1997
1999
  • 1st, Stage 4, Tour of Denmark
  • 1st, Stage 2, Gran Prix Cycliste de Beauce, Canada
2003
  • United States USPRO National Championships
  • Overall champion, Professional Cycling Tour (PCT)
2004
  • 1st overall, Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
  • 1st overall, Giordana Classic Criterium Series
  • 1st overall, Green Mountain Stage Race
  • 1st overall, Tour of Connecticut
  • 1st, Downeast Cyclo Cross, Verge New England Championship Cyclo-cross Series
  • 1st, Whitmores Landscaping Cyclo Cross
  • 1st, Marblehead Circuit Race, Massachusetts
2005
  • 1st, Chris Thater Memorial
  • 1st overall, Tour of Connecticut
  • 2nd overall, International Tour de Toona
    • 1st, Stage 1
    • 1st, Stage 5
  • 1st, Tour of Grandview Criterium
2006
  • 1st, CSC Invitational
  • 1st, Cox Charities Cycling Classic
  • 1st overall, Verge New England Championship Cyclo-cross Series

On Monday November 12th 2012, McCormack took first place in one, if not the, first ever "fat tire" bicycle race at the Coonemesset Farms Eco-Cross in Falmouth, Massachusetts. The "fat tire" race was held on the cyclocross course during Coonemesset Farms Eco-Cross and required that all participant's bicycles had a tire width no narrower than 3.5".

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