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Gallery: Who are the 16 elite call-ups for cyclocross nationals?

These eight men and women will comprise the front rows of their respective races on Sunday at the 2014 U.S. cyclocross nationals
Elite Men No. 1: Jonathan Page
Jonathan Page went clear on the second lap of 2013 national cyclocross championships and added to his lead nearly every lap. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com
Elite Men No. 1: Jonathan Page
Elite Men No. 2: Tim Johnson
Elite Men No. 2: Tim Johnson
Tim Johnson performed consistently well throughout the season, and officials will call Johnson, who was second in the season-long USA Cycling Pro Cyclocross Calendar, to the line second on Sunday. Here, Johnson flies through a corner on his way to a win at Jingle Cross Rock in November. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com
Elite Men No. 3: Jeremy Powers
Elite Men No. 3: Jeremy Powers
Elite Men No. 3: Jeremy Powers
Jeremy Powers (right) will edge Tim Johnson for the $5,000 top prize in the inaugural USA Cycling Pro Cyclocross Calendar. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com
Elite Men No. 3: Jeremy Powers
Elite Men No. 4: Ryan Trebon
Elite Men No. 4: Ryan Trebon
Ryan Trebon went to the front on the first lap. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Elite Men No. 5: Zach McDonald
Elite Men No. 5: Zach McDonald
With three laps to go Jeremy Powers catches teammate Zach McDonald. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Elite Men No. 6: Jamey Driscoll
Elite Men No. 6: Jamey Driscoll
Elite Men Would-be No. 7: Yannick Eckmann
Yannick Eckmann solos to victory in the under-23 race in Wisconsin. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com
Elite Men No. 7: Daniel Summerhill
Danny Summerhill worked at the front for much of the race finishing one step off the podium in fourth place. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Elite Men No. 7: Daniel Summerhill
Elite Men No. 7: Daniel Summerhill
Elite Men No. 8: Jeremy Durrin
Elite Men No. 8: Jeremy Durrin
Elite Women No. 1: Katie Compton
Elite Women No. 1: Katie Compton
Katie Compton rode away from the field at the 2013 Colorado Cross Classic. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Elite Women No. 2: Kaitlin Antonneau
Elite Women No. 2: Kaitlin Antonneau
Elite Women No. 3: Meredith Miller
Elite Women No. 3: Meredith Miller
Elite Women No. 4: Elle Anderson
Elle Anderson sprints to third place in Diegem. Photo: Dan Seaton | VeloNews.com
Elite Women No. 4: Elle Anderson
Cal Giant-Specialized rider Elle Anderson became the first American rider to beat Katie Compton in many years. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com
Elite Women No. 5: Crystal Anthony
Elite Women No. 5: Crystal Anthony
Elite Women No. 6: Arley Kemmerer
Elite Women No. 6: Arley Kemmerer
Elite Women No. 7: Nicole Duke
Nicole Duke got the race off to a fast start, taking control on the first lap, followed by Crystal Anthony. Photo: Brad Kaminski
Elite Women No. 7: Nicole Duke
Elite Women No. 8: Maureen Bruno Roy
Elite Women No. 8: Maureen Bruno Roy