LONDON (AP) Taylor Phinney 's fourth-place finish. Kristin Armstrong 's crash on a rain-slicked road course. Shelley Olds ' flat tire at the most inopportune of times. They came into the London Games brimming with confidence. Instead
Hughes was 46 seconds ahead before being passed near the finish. For the U.S., Theresa Cliff-Ryan was 18th, Shelley Olds was 22nd and Neben finished 73rd, 41 seconds back. New Zealand's Linda Villumsen, who won silver in the time trial
Neben won the event in 2006 and took bronze last year. She'll lead a U.S. squad that includes Coryn Rivera, Shelley Olds and Beth Newell in the road race Sunday to close out the competition. Neben is vying for a spot on the U.S. team
Bronzini of Colavita Forno d'Asolo finished the 57.6-mile course in 2 hours, 28 minutes, 28 seconds, ahead of Shelley Olds of Diadora Pasta Zara and Jennifer Purcell of Team Danbury Audi.