A good day in Kentucky. I rode the 5k in 6:27, one second off the course record and a personal record (for that course and any 5k) and good for the gold, but just by 2 seconds. There was a rider from Louisville, Curt Tolson (42 national medals on the track), who rode very well. Actually rather surprised that I was able to (barely) beat him. He's very well know and one of the most successful riders in the country. In the 10k I rode a 14:00 for the gold. Not a record but still strong. The 5k was 376 watts, 98 rpm, 28.83 mph. The 10k was 350 watts, 92 rpms, 26.45. I was certainly tired on that effort.