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Teter won by less than a second.
The 2019 Little 500 season ended with Teter Cycling winning the women's race and Cutters winning the men's race for the second year in a row.
The Cutters won the 69th running of the men’s Little 500. It was the team’s second title in a row and its 14th overall, the most in Little 500 history. Editors note: Noble Guyon, Victor Grössling and Emily Abshire have worked for the Indiana Daily Student.