Palmarés Updated, 1993-2006 » 1997 – Pro 1/2 Crit for Kids in Columbia, SC – does anyone recognize who the national champ is? Wikipedia says it was Jonas Carney that year. Is that him? Or is that Eric Walters?

1997 - Pro 1/2 Crit for Kids in Columbia, SC - does anyone recognize who the national champ is? Wikipedia says it was Jonas Carney that year. Is that him? Or is that Eric Walters?

1997 – Pro 1/2 Crit for Kids in Columbia, SC – does anyone recognize who the national champ is? Wikipedia says it was Jonas Carney that year. Is that him? Or is that Eric Walters?

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  • 1. bert hull  |  December 15, 2013 at 4:30 am

    Jonas Carney had longer brown hair, almost a mullet back then. I think he was based in Asheville NC at the time and often did SC races. He was much stockier built than the guy in this picture. He was a sprint specialist. I remember racing with him in Greenville and other places in the late ’90s.

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