LABOR POWER RACING:  Lung Busters, Leg Breakers

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Labor Wins 2001 Season Finale

2001 Season Finale

Labor Power closed out the 2001 racing season with a big win at the
Mercury Cycling Classic in Irvine, California on September 23rd.
Labor attacked early and eventually pinched off Dave Worthington,
brother Roger, and former Olympian Thurlow Rogers.
The break stayed away with Roger winning, Thurlow second, and David third.

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California State Senior Criterium Championships
Ventura, California - June 24, 2001

Ventura, Labor Takes 2nd, 3rd

1. Chris Walker, Zombies;  2. Genghis Hahn, Labor Power
3. R. Worthington, Labor Power

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MKA and GMO

MKA and RB

Solidarity!
Labor Power leads out ace sprinter G. Mo Ames for sprint victory at Disneyland, USA
April 2, 2001.

Run For the Money!
Labor heads into the final lap with US National Criterium Champion Rashaan Bashati, Mercury-Viatel, on his wheel. La Habra, Calif. (May 2001).

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Labor Takes 2000 Southern California
Masters Cycling League Series

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Roll Labor!
Laborites Hoodee Hoverhawk, Geronimo, R. Worthington, Genghis Hahn, Hoosier Daddy all business
after winning the 2000 Southern California Masters Cycling League Series at the
Port of Los Angeles, near San Pedro and Wilmington, California.

Labor         Labor

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Labor Wins San Pedro Shipyard Criterium! 

The Hunt! The VEE!

San Pedro, CA. One Lap to Go!
Labor Power's R. Worthington tucked behind lead out man Cap'm Kevin Kruegger.

Labor Victory!
R. Worthington raises fist triumphantly to salute all the Poles, Swedes, Hungarians, Mexicans,
Philipinos and other Americans who have been exposed to asbestos in the San Pedro, Wilmington and Long Beach shipyards.
July 9, 2000.

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2000 Palos Verdes Crit Champ

Dave 'Hawk' Worthington

Dave "Hawk" Worthington wins the criterium in Palos Verdes over Cycle
Veloce's Brimstone Martin, June 11, 2000. Team Labor Power placed 1, 3
and 5th in the Masters bike race.

Worthingtons at Palos Verdes, 2000

Brothers Worthington celebrate another Labor Power victory at Palos Verdes, California. Solidarity Forever!

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Labor Goes Two-for-Two in Santa Rosa, April 2-3, 2000

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R. Worthington nips Ed Goulet at the line to win the Wine Country Classic in Santa Rosa, CA, April 3, 2000. The previous day, brother David Hawk Worthington
won the Kendall Wine Road Race.

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1999 Visalia Criterium Champ

Roger Worthington

R. Worthington wins 1999 Sequoia Classic Criterium, Visalia, California, April 1999.

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Labor takes Huge Victory at Vista

Labor Crushes at Vista

Ram Tucky solos to huge victory over 100 man field in Vista, California. Later won the 30 plus crit.
Biggest back to back victory in racing history.

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Labor Wins again at Redlands

Labor Wins at Redlands

Labor Power defended it's title at the criterium in the 1998 Redlands Classic
with Labor's Evan Teske taking top honors. Jeff Kress placed second and Ricky Meeker placed third.
Since Evan's win, he has suffered a broken collarbone, which sidelined him for 4 weeks.

On his return, he was struck by a car in Seal Beach, California and suffered serious
injuries to his wrist. Labor will rise again.

The Yellow Jersey!

The Yellow Jersey

R. Worthington wearing the winner's Yellow Jersey on the podium
at the Redlands Criterium.  Fabio for Simply Fred was second and Tero Dacto, for Soylent Green, was third.
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Roll Labor!

Victory!

R. Worthington captures victory in the Criterium at Redlands, California, March 9 1997, his 
sixth win of the 1997 season.  Roger has captured gold in ten races so far this year.  
Not pictured is Hawk Worthington, who placed fourth..
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