Tina Pic

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Tina Mayolo Pic
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Pic at the 2000 Tour of Willamette
Personal information
Full nameTina Pic
Born (1966-05-09) May 9, 1966 (age 57)
Alexandria, Virginia
Team information
Current teamColavita–HelloFresh
DisciplineRoad
Role
Rider type Sprinter [1]
Amateur teams
2005Quark Cycling Team
2006 Colavita Olive Oil–Sutter Home Wines
2008–2009 Colavita–Sutter Home
2012 Colavita–espnW (guest)
2013 Colavita–Fine Cooking
2014Fearless Femme p/b Pure Energy
2014DNA Cycling p/b K4 (guest)
2016 Happy Tooth Women's Racing
2017Papa John's Racing p/b Trek
2018–Colavita–Bialetti
Professional teams
2000–2001 AutoTrader.com
2002–2003 Diet Rite
2007 Colavita–Sutter Home
2008 Vrienden van het Platteland
2015 Pepper Palace p/b The Happy Tooth
Managerial teams
2010–2012 Colavita/Baci
2014DNA Cycling p/b K4

Tina Mayolo Pic (born May 9, 1966) is an American bicycle racer. She is a 6-time United States National Criterium Championships winner (2002–2005, 2007, 2009) and a 4-time USA Cycling National Racing Calendar points champion (2000, 2004–2006).

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Career

Pic graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Finance and Marketing. She subsequently enrolled in a pre-medical programme at the University of Georgia, where she switched sports from triathlon and duathlon to cycling, winning the Collegiate National Championship in 1995 and turning professional the following year. [2] Pic announced her retirement at the end of 2009 season, remaining with the Colavita team for 2010 as a director alongside team-mate Rachel Heal, replacing Iona Wynter. [2] After the original Colavita team dissolved in October 2011, Pic joined the refounded Colavita-espnW team for 2012 as a director alongside Wynter. [3] She subsequently made a comeback to racing for the team during the summer of 2012. [4] For the 2014 season, she was the on-road directeur sportif of DNA Cycling p/b K4. [5] In January 2015 she was announced by Pepper Palace p/b The Happy Tooth as part of their squad for the 2015 season. [6]

Major results

1998
Superweek
1st July 17
1st July 21
3rd July 23
1st Tour de Moore
3rd Tour of Somerville
3rd 89er Criterium
Tour LeFleur
3rd Road race
6th Criterium
5th Time trial, National Road Championships
5th Wilmington Classic
5th Athens Twilight Criterium
6th Overall Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
6th Graton Road Race, Wine Country Classic
7th Overall Enchanted Mountain Stage Race
9th Overall Sea Otter Classic
1999
4th Tour of Somerville
National Road Championships
5th Time trial
6th Criterium
7th Road race
5th Overall Tour of the Gila
5th Clarendon Cup
6th LeFleur Criterium
8th Athens Twilight Criterium
2000
1st Overall USA Cycling National Racing Calendar
1st NYC Women's Challenge
1st Tour of Somerville
2nd BMC Tour of San Jose
2nd BMC Software Criterium (Houston)
3rd Overall Parker Dam Road Race
1st La Paz County Park Criterium
Sequoia Cycling Classic
3rd Rocky Hill Road Race
4th Visalia Criterium
3rd Merced Downtown Criterium, McLane-Pacific Bicycle Classic
National Road Championships
4th Criterium
6th Time trial
8th Road race
4th Overall International Tour de Toona
4th Overall Tour of Willamette
4th Overall Sea Otter Classic
5th Chris Thater Memorial Criterium
5th Capitol Cup Criterium
7th Liberty Classic
7th Clarendon Cup
10th Overall Tour of the Gila
1st Stage 4 (Silver City Criterium)
2001
1st Manhattan Beach Grand Prix
2nd Overall Wendy's International Cycling Classic
2nd Overall Valley of the Sun Stage Race
1st Stage 3 (Mercury Criterium)
2nd Chris Thater Memorial Criterium
2nd Tour of Somerville
National Road Championships
4th Criterium
7th Time trial
9th Road race
4th Xcelerate Twilight Criterium
5th Capital Cup
Sequoia Cycling Classic
5th Rocky Hill Road Race
8th Visalia Criterium
7th Timex International Women's Open
8th San Rafael Cycling Classic
8th BMC Software Criterium (Austin)
2002
National Road Championships
1st MaillotUSA.PNG Criterium
3rd Road race
3rd Time trial
8th Liberty Classic
2003
1st MaillotUSA.PNG National Criterium Championships
1st Housatonic Classic Criterium
9th Liberty Classic
2004
National Road Championships
1st MaillotUSA.PNG Criterium
3rd Road race
1st Overall USA Cycling National Racing Calendar
McLane Pacific Classic
1st Road race
1st Criterium
2nd San Fran T-Mobile International
4th Overall Sea Otter Classic
5th Overall Tour du Grand Montréal
1st Stage 1 (ITT)
8th Overall Redlands Bicycle Classic
1st Stage 4
2005
1st PanAmericanJersey.png Road race, Pan American Road Championships
National Road Championships
1st MaillotUSA.PNG Criterium
3rd Road race
1st Overall USA Cycling National Racing Calendar
1st Stage 7 International Tour de Toona
1st Stage 1 Women's Tour of New Zealand
6th Overall Redlands Bicycle Classic
2006
1st Overall USA Cycling National Racing Calendar
1st Clarendon Cup
1st Garret Lemire Criterium
1st Sunny King Criterium
1st Bikejam
1st Tour of Somerville
1st CapTech Classic
1st Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium
1st Stage 2 Redlands Bicycle Classic
3rd Overall International Tour de Toona
3rd Liberty Classic
4th Australia World Cup
2007 [7]
1st PanAmericanJersey.png Road race, Pan American Road and Track Championships
1st MaillotUSA.PNG National Criterium Championships
1st U.S. Open Cycling Championships
1st Tour de Leelanau
1st Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium
Central Valley Classic
1st Criterium
1st Road race
1st Richmond Cycling Classic
1st Overall United States Criterium Southeast Series
1st Roswell Race
1st Walterboro Race
1st Greenwood
1st Hanes Park Criterium
7th Overall Tour of Geelong
1st Stage 4
9th Liberty Classic
2008 [7]
1st Overall USA Cycling National Racing Calendar
1st Overall US SpeedWeek Criterium Series
1st Beaufort Memorial Cycling Classic
1st Uptown Greenwood Pro Cycling Challenge
1st Steadman Hawkins Cycling Classic
1st Sunny King Criterium
1st Historic Nalley Roswell Criterium
1st Sandy Springs Cycling Challenge
1st Tour of Somerville
Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
1st Criterium
3rd Road race
1st Chris Thater Memorial
1st Priority Health Grand Cycling Classic
1st Stage 1 Mt. Hood Cycling Classic
1st Stage 2 Nature Valley Grand Prix
2nd Road race, National Road Championships
2nd AT&T Austin Downtown Criterium
2nd Hanes Park Classic
3rd Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium
6th Liberty Classic
9th Road race, Pan American Road and Track Championships
2009
1st MaillotUSA.PNG National Criterium Championships [8]
1st Tour of Somerville [9]
1st Marion Classic [10]
2nd Sunny King Criterium [11]
2nd RFK Criterium [12]
2nd Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium [13]
3rd Chris Thater Memorial [14]
5th San Jose Cycling Classic [15]
5th Hanes Park Classic [16]
2012
4th Exergy Twilight Criterium [17]
2013
5th Sunny King Criterium [18]
6th Delray Beach Criterium [19]
2014
1st Overall Armed Forces Association Cycling Classic
1st Stages 1 & 2 [20]
1st Athens Twilight Criterium [21]
1st Historic Roswell Criterium [22]
1st Downtown Walterboro Criterium [23]
1st Wilmington Grand Prix [24]
2nd Manhattan Beach Grand Prix [25]
4th Gaffney Criterium [26]
5th Tour of Somerville [27]
6th Charlotte-Belmont Omnium [28]
7th Andersen Banducci Twilight Criterium [29]
8th Spartanburg Regional Classic [30]
2015
1st Overall Tour of America's Dairyland
1st Stages 1, 3, 4, 7 & 8
1st Athens Twilight Criterium [31]
1st Wilmington Grand Prix [32]
2nd National Criterium Championships [33]
2016
7th White Spot / Delta Road Race

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