“Last weekend, I played a pretty conservative game because I didn’t really know any of the other riders,” said Woods. “I just wanted to gauge where everyone was at. But coming into this race, the goal was to go on the second or third lap. The course was super muddy, which played to my advantage, too.”
Taking the lead after the first lap of the wet and technical course, he was able to hold off American rider Riley Amos to clinch the win for a second straight weekend, crossing the finish line with a two-minute lead over his closest opponent.
Source: Cycling Canada
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