Chris Wherry

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Chris Wherry (born 1973) is a professional road racing cyclist from Boulder, Colorado. In 2006, he wore the jersey of the United States National Road Race Champion, having won the event in 2005.[1]

Chris Wherry is one of a series of professional riders who started in the sport through the Red Zinger Mini Classics youth bicycle series in Colorado.

Team history[edit]

2006–2008 - Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team
2004–2005 - Health Net presented by Maxxis
2003 - Navigators Insurance
2002 - Mercury
2001 - Mercury-Viatel
1997–2000 - Saturn Professional Cycling Team

Major results[edit]

2008
1st, Iron Horse Criterium
3rd, Tour of the Gila Stage 3
6th, Cascade Cycling Classic Stage 2
6th, Tour of Utah Stage 5
8th, Mt. Hood Cycling Classic Stage 6
8th, Tulsa Tough Brady Village Criterium
2007
1st, Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Criterium
2nd Overall, Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Omnium
2nd, Team Time Trial, Tour de ‘Toona
3rd, Stage 3, Redlands Bicycle Classic
4th Overall, Redlands Bicycle Classic
4th Overall, International Tour de ‘Toona
2006
1st overall and 1 stage, Cascade Classic
1st, 2 stages, Tour of Utah
1st, Stage 3, Tour De Nez
1st, Melon City Criterium
1st, Burlington Road Race
2nd, Snake Alley Criterium
3rd, Stage 1, Parker Mainstreet Omnium
2005
MaillotUSA.PNG 1st Wachovia USPRO Championship
1st overall, and 1 stage, Redlands Bicycle Classic
1st, Stage 3, International Tour de Toona
2004
1st, Stage 2, Boulder Stage Race
1st, Colorado State Criterium Championship
1st, Bannock Criterium
2nd, Stage 4, Tour of Connecticut
2nd, Koppenberg Circuit Race
2nd, Stazio Criterium, Round 1
3rd Overall, Pomona Valley Stage Race
3rd, Stage 1, Estes Park Challenge
3rd, Stage 3, Boulder Stage Race
4th, Stage 4, Estes Park Challenge
4th Overall, Boulder Stage Race
4th, Coal Miner's Classic, CO
5th Overall, Tour of Connecticut
6th, National Time Trial Championships
2003
1st, Iron Horse Classic Criterium
2002
1st Saturn Cycling Classic (Breckenridge, CO)
1st overall Tour of the Gila (New Mexico)
1st, Saturn Cycling Classic
1st, Valley of the Sun Stage Race
2nd, First Union Lancaster Invitational
2001
Tour de Lankawi, Malaysia
4th, Tour de Limosin
1991
2nd, Junior World Championships

References[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
USA National Road Race Champion
2005
Succeeded by
George Hincapie