Gallery: Noble and White win again at Gloucester

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Day two at the 20th edition of the GP Gloucester cyclocross race saw familiar winners in Noble and White.

2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
The Gloucester course had plenty of challenging features this year. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing) took the holeshot for the second time this weekend. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing) had a harder time shaking off Erica Zaveta on Sunday. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Valerie Hopkins (Riverside Racing) got off to a solid start. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Natasha Elliot and Cassie Maximenko (both Van Dessel) ran the uphill barriers together. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Leslie Lupien (Velocio NECX) ran the barrier in 10th place. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing) rode alone for most of the race. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Crystal Anthony (Liv Cycling) was chased by Erica Zaveta who later passed her. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Cassie Maximenko (Van Dessel Factory Team) ran the uphill barriers. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Erica Zaveta (Garneau-Easton) rode with a scuffed up leg due to an earlier crash. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Crystal Anthony (Liv Cycling) with one lap remaining. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing) took her fifth win at Gloucester, wearing the Vittoria series leader’s jersey. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Elite men staged for the start. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
The elite men’s uphill start was blazing fast. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
The men headed out onto the course. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Cooper Willsey (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) rode off the front for the first couple laps. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Fans in the beer garden were as vocal as ever. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Jeremy Powers (Pactimo-Fuji-SRAM) rode ahead of veteran Adam Myerson (Cycle-Smart) Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Cooper Willsey (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) out in front of the chasers during lap two. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Anthony Clark (Squid Squad) led Curtis White and Tobin Ortenblad next to the ocean. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Curtis White (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) led at a set of uphill steps. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Anthony Clark (Squid Squad) chose to run this section rather than ride it. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
The leaders tackled some stairs while the large crowd had a bird’s eye view. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Curtis White (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) led through a non-technical sand pit. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz) led onto the pavement late in the race. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Curtis White (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) swept the Gloucester weekend. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Lane Maher (Cannondale) pulled off a late surge to take second place. Photo: Dave McElwaine
2018 GP Gloucester, day 2
Anthony Clark (Squid Squad) beat Ortenblad in the uphill sprint to take third place. Photo: Dave McElwaine