DENVER • Colorado Springs resident Jenn Valente is known for her sprinting ability on a bike. That skill led to a silver medal in the 2016 Olympics. And it came in handy again Saturday as Valente sprinted across the line first to win Stage 3, a criterium in the parking lot north of Coors Field. Valente, who rides for Sho-Air Twenty20, also won Stage 1 of the 2017 Colorado Classic in Colorado Springs. UnitedHealthcare star Katie Hall retained the overall lead with the final stage set for Denver on Sunday. In the men’s race, aggressive racing through the foothills west of town didn’t do anything to change the overall standings as UHC rider Gavin Mannion retained his overall lead with a third-place finish in Stage 3. Pascal Eenkhoorn of Team Lotto-Jumbo outlasted a pack of riders to win the stage, with Israel Cycling Academy’s Edwin Avila finishing second.