Yuri Hauswald, right, of Petaluma CA beat Michael Sencenbaugh  by a half second in a sprint to the finish line after 200 miles in muddy conditions to win the 2015 Dirty Kanza 200. Sencenbaugh, from Carrolla, Iowa, had led the race most of the day. Hauswald's winning time was 13 hours, 1 minute, 18 seconds.
Yuri Hauswald, right, of Petaluma CA beat Michael Sencenbaugh by a half second in a sprint to the finish line after 200 miles in muddy conditions to win the 2015 Dirty Kanza 200. Sencenbaugh, from Carrolla, Iowa, had led the race most of the day. Hauswald's winning time was 13 hours, 1 minute, 18 seconds. Dave Leiker Special to The Star
Yuri Hauswald, right, of Petaluma CA beat Michael Sencenbaugh by a half second in a sprint to the finish line after 200 miles in muddy conditions to win the 2015 Dirty Kanza 200. Sencenbaugh, from Carrolla, Iowa, had led the race most of the day. Hauswald's winning time was 13 hours, 1 minute, 18 seconds. Dave Leiker Special to The Star

After 200 miles, a neck-and-neck finish at the Dirty Kanza bicycle race (with videos)

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