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Boom, Compton tops in Nommay

World champion Lars Boom and U.S. women’s champion Katie Compton scored big wins in a muddy World Cup cyclocross race in Nommay, France, on Sunday. Compton topped a strong ride in the women’s field, earning first place as she edged out world champion Hanka Kupfernagel by 19 seconds. Fellow Americans Georgia Gould and Rachel Lloyd finished in third and eighth places at 24 seconds and 2:17 respectively.

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Boom looks like he's ready to defend that jersey.

Boom looks like he’s ready to defend that jersey.

Photo: Agence France Presse

World champion Lars Boom and U.S. women’s champion Katie Compton scored big wins in a muddy World Cup cyclocross race in Nommay, France, on Sunday.

Compton topped a strong ride in the women’s field, earning first place as she edged out world champion Hanka Kupfernagel by 19 seconds. Fellow Americans Georgia Gould and Rachel Lloyd finished in third and eighth places at 24 seconds and 2:17 respectively.

Boom (Rabobank) won the sixth round of the UCI series outsprinting former Belgian world champions Sven Nys and Bart Wellens, suggesting the Dutchman may be on track to win his second rainbow jersey next month in Holland.

“It was a tough race on a sloppy course, but I felt great,” the 22-year-old Boom said. “I kept attacking and while I couldn’t get rid of Nys and Wellens I did have plenty left for the finish.”

Results

2008-2009 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup
Nommay – FRA (12, 21, 2008)


MEN

1. Lars Boom (NED) Rabobank 1:03:30
2. Sven Nys (BEL) Landbouwkrediet – Tonissteiner, at 00:00
3. Bart Wellens (BEL) Fidea Cycling Team, at 00:22
4. Richard Groenendaal (NED), at 00:26
5. Sven Vanthourenhout (BEL) Sunweb Pro Job, at 00:31
6. Kevin Pauwels (BEL) Fidea Cycling Team, at 00:33
7. Erwin Vervecken (BEL) Fidea Cycling Team, at 00:36
8. Francis Mourey (FRA) FranÇaise Des Jeux, at 00:53
9. Gerben De Knegt (NED) Rabobank, at 01:10
10. Klaas Vantornout (BEL) Sunweb Pro Job, at 01:25
11. Radomir Simunek (CZE) Palmans Cras, at 01:29
12. Bart Aernouts (BEL) Rabobank, at 01:31
13. Aurelio Fontana Marco (ITA), at 01:49
14. Enrico Franzoi (ITA) Liquigas, at 01:49
15. Thijs Al (NED), at 02:22
16. Dieter Vanthourenhout (BEL) Palmans Cras, at 02:27
17. Zdenek Stybar (CZE) Fidea Cycling Team, at 02:32
18. Christian Heule (SUI), at 02:43
19. Petr Dlask (CZE) Fidea Cycling Team, at 02:54
20. Aurelien Duval (FRA), at 02:58
21. Nicolas Bazin (FRA) Differdange Apiflo Vacances, at 03:23
22. Wilant Van Gils (NED), at 03:30
23. Steve Chainel (FRA) Auber 93, at 03:45
24. Rob Peeters (BEL) Landbouwkrediet – Tonissteiner, at 04:05
25. Kamil Ausbuher (CZE), at 04:06
26. Marco Bianco (ITA), at 04:08
27. Julien Belgy (FRA) Bouygues Telecom, at 04:32
28. Simon Zahner (SUI), at 04:42
29. Egoitz Murgoitio Rekalde (ESP), at 04:43
30. Laurent Colombatto (FRA), at 04:48
31. Rafael Visinelli (ITA), at 05:18
32. Jonathan Lopez (FRA), at 05:20
33. Ryan Trebon (USA), at 05:52
34. Martin Bina (CZE), at 05:57
35. Eddy Van Ijzendoorn (NED), at 06:11
36. Patrick Van Leeuwen (NED), at 06:26
37. René Birkenfeld (GER), at 06:37
38. Pirmin Lang (SUI), at 06:43
39. Martin Gujan (SUI), at 06:59
40. Thijs Van Amerongen (NED) Van Vliet Ebh Elshof, at 07:19
41. Fabio Ursi (ITA), at 07:25
42. David Kasek (CZE), at 07:46
43. Joachim Parbo (DEN), at 08:15
44. Luca Damiani (ITA) Colavita / Sutter Home Presented By Cooking Light, at 08:28
45. Gusty Bausch (LUX), at -1LAP
46. Marcel Wildhaber (SUI), at -1LAP
47. Julien Pion (FRA), at -1LAP
48. Andreas Moser (SUI), at -1LAP
49. James Driscoll (USA), at -1LAP
50. Derrick St John (CAN), at -2LAP
51. Vaclav Metlicka (SVK), at -2LAP
52. Aaron Schooler (CAN), at -2LAP
53. David Juarez Alday (ESP), at -2LAP
54. David Lozano Riba (ESP), at -3LAP
55. Molly Cameron (USA), at -3LAP
56. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan (ESP), at -3LAP
57. Erlantz Uriarte Okamika (ESP), at -3LAP
58. Andre Sutton (CAN), at -5LAP

Women
1. Katherine Compton (USA), at 0:40:27
2. Hanka Kupfernagel (GER), at 00:19
3. Georgia Gould (USA), at 00:24
4. Brand Daphny Van Den (NED), at 00:59
5. Helen Wyman (GBR), Swift Racing, at 01:03
6. Maryline Salvetat (FRA), at 01:12
7. Marianne Vos (NED), Team Dsb Bank, at 02:00
8. Rachel Lloyd (USA), at 02:17
9. Pavla Havlikova (CZE), at 02:43
10. Sanne Van Paassen (NED), Team Dsb Bank, at 02:53
11. Saskia Elemans (NED), Team Flexpoint, at 02:53
12. Joyce Vanderbeken (BEL), at 02:59
13. Natasha Elliott (CAN), at 03:00
14. Gabriella Day (GBR), Swift Racing, at 03:05
15. Wendy Simms (CAN), at 03:05
16. Mirjam Melchers-van Poppel (NED), Team Flexpoint, at 03:26
17. Christel Ferrier-bruneau (FRA), Team Lot-Et-Garonne, at 03:35
18. Eva Lechner (ITA), Gauss Rdz Ormu, at 03:54
19. Veerle Ingels (BEL), at 04:09
20. Caroline Mani (FRA), at 04:15
21. Reza Hormes (NED), at 04:23
22. Susan Butler (USA), at 04:30
23. Sanne Cant (BEL), at 04:30
24. Nadia Triquet-claude (FRA), Team Pro Feminin Les Carroz, at 04:43
25. Pauline Ferrand Prevot (FRA), at 05:13
26. Arenda Grimberg (NED), at 05:39
27. Maureen Guichardot (FRA), at 06:06
28. Mika Ogishima (JPN), at 06:09
29. Katrin Leumann (SUI), at 07:05
30. Abke Francissen (NED), at 07:15
31. Marlène Morel Petitgirard (FRA), at 07:18
32. Jasmin Achermann (SUI), at 07:24
33. Christine Vardaros (USA), at 07:51
34. Nancy Bober (BEL), at 07:51
35. Elke Riedl (AUT), at 07:56
36. Jana Kyptova (CZE), at 08:04
37. Patsy Larno (BEL), at 08:04
38. Stéphanie Vaxillaire-denuit (FRA), at 08:39
39. Lise-marie Henzelin (SUI), at 09:10
40. Veronica Alessio (ITA), S.c. Michela Fanini Record Rox, at 09:24
41. Gertie Willems (BEL), at 09:26
42. Susanne Juranek (GER), at 09:33
43. Suzie Godart (LUX), Fenixs, at 09:33
44. Jana Suess (GER), at -1LAP
45. Kim Van Renterghem (BEL), at -2LAP