Kyle Wamsley won his second Chris Thater Memorial Professional Bicycling Championship this afternoon at Recreation Park in Binghamton. Wamsley finished the 50 mile race in a time of 1:54:15. He wins a second Thater crown. He also captured first place in 2007. Wamsley, racing for his Jamis Sutter Home racing team, outdistanced the competition in the final lap of the event. Finishing second was Travis Livermon, representing Team Mountain Khakis and Bruno Langlois racing for his Garneau-Quebec team, finished third. Hear comments from the new Chris Thater Champion tomorrow morning beginning at 530 AM on First News with Roger Neel on Newsradio 1290 WNBF.