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July 27, 1997
Seana Hogan of San Jose was the first cyclist to pass through Station 14 in Aneth, Utah, on the third day of the Race Across America, which began Thursday in Irvine. Hogan, 37, who is currently the transcontinental record-holder with a time of nine days four hours two minutes, set in 1995, reached the station at 4:02 p.m. (EDT) Saturday. She is averaging 15.5 mph and 373 miles daily. Wolfgang Fasching of Goritz, Austria, leads the men and is second overall with an average of 15.
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July 23, 1998 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seana Hogan is the only woman entered in the Race Across America, but don't for a minute think she won't have competition in this torturous transcontinental bicycle race. Once again, Hogan will be challenging the men when the 17th edition of RAAM rolls out of Irvine today on the way to Savannah, Ga., 2,906 miles to the east. Hogan, the women's division winner in five of the last six nation-spanning races, is hoping to become the first overall winner who happens to be female.
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July 28, 1992
Rob Kish of Port Orange, Fla., led the men's division of the Race Across America Monday as the riders reached Texas. Kish, who has finished second in the race the past two years, passed through time station No. 20 in Canyon, Tex., at 5:37 p.m. PDT. The town is 1,256 miles into the race, which started Friday in Irvine and ends in Savannah, Ga. Paul Solon of San Francisco was in second, passing through Canyon 41 minutes after Kish.
SPORTS
July 27, 1997
Seana Hogan of San Jose was the first cyclist to pass through Station 14 in Aneth, Utah, on the third day of the Race Across America, which began Thursday in Irvine. Hogan, 37, who is currently the transcontinental record-holder with a time of nine days four hours two minutes, set in 1995, reached the station at 4:02 p.m. (EDT) Saturday. She is averaging 15.5 mph and 373 miles daily. Wolfgang Fasching of Goritz, Austria, leads the men and is second overall with an average of 15.
SPORTS
July 23, 1998 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seana Hogan is the only woman entered in the Race Across America, but don't for a minute think she won't have competition in this torturous transcontinental bicycle race. Once again, Hogan will be challenging the men when the 17th edition of RAAM rolls out of Irvine today on the way to Savannah, Ga., 2,906 miles to the east. Hogan, the women's division winner in five of the last six nation-spanning races, is hoping to become the first overall winner who happens to be female.
SPORTS
August 1, 1997
Wolfgang Fasching of Goritz, Austria held the lead for the fifth consecutive day as he passed through Columbia, Tenn., in the Race Across America. Fasching, 29, went through Columbia at 9:40 p.m. (PDT) Thursday. Danny Chew of Pittsburgh, who moved into second place Wednesday, kept his lead over three-time champion Rob Kish of Port Orange, Fla., who's in third place. In the men's 50 division, Beat Gfeller of Switzerland led as he passed through Mayflower, Ark., at 4:50 p.m. (PDT) Thursday.
SPORTS
August 5, 1992
Tiger Woods of Cypress shot a five-under-par 65 to take a four-shot lead in the first round of the American Junior Golf Assn. championship in Irvine, Tex. Ben Garner of Lake Forest shot 73 and his brother Joe shot 76. Peter Hodson of England won the 46th stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace, running 53.3 miles from Decatur, Ill., to Newman, Ill., in 8 hours 45 minutes 30 seconds.
SPORTS
July 28, 1997
The top three riders in the solo men's division remained close Sunday as they passed through the 20th checkpoint of Race Across America. Wolfgang Fasching of Austria leads the men after the first 1,121.4 miles of the race, which started in Irvine. Fasching, who was third in his first try last year, passed through La Veta, Colo., at 3:08 (PDT), 37 minutes ahead of 1996 champion Danny Chew of Pennsylvania and 2:08 ahead of Kaname Sakurai of Japan, who was third.
SPORTS
August 1, 1998
Gerry Tatrai was on the brink of victory in the Race Across America Friday, passing through Guyton, Ga. at 7:30 p.m., 30 miles from the finish of the transcontinental bicycle race. Tatrai of Australia was one of four previous winners that held down the first four positions in the event that started July 23 in Irvine and ends in Savannah, Ga. Tatrai, who won in 1993, held about a 80-mile lead over second-place Wolfgang Fasching of Austria, who won the race in 1997.
SPORTS
July 26, 1997
Seana Hogan of San Jose was the first cyclist to pass through Station 9 in St. George, Utah, on the second day of the Race Across America, which started Thursday in Irvine. Hogan, 37, who was the women's RAAM winner from 1992-95, reached the station at 4:14 p.m. (EDT) Friday. She is averaging 16.7 mph and 401 miles daily. Kaname Sakurai, of Nagoya, Japan, leads the men with an average of 389 miles per day. He reached Station 9 in St. George, at 5:04 p.m. (EDT) Friday.
SPORTS
July 28, 1992
Rob Kish of Port Orange, Fla., led the men's division of the Race Across America Monday as the riders reached Texas. Kish, who has finished second in the race the past two years, passed through time station No. 20 in Canyon, Tex., at 5:37 p.m. PDT. The town is 1,256 miles into the race, which started Friday in Irvine and ends in Savannah, Ga. Paul Solon of San Francisco was in second, passing through Canyon 41 minutes after Kish.
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