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Gould, Todd Wells lead USGP standings

Todd Wells (GT Bicycles) is on top of the Crankbrothers U.S. Grand Prix of Cyclocross standings for the first time in his career, following his win Sunday and second place Saturday at the Mercer Cup in New Jersey.[nid:85247] Wells, a two-time national champion in cyclocross, passed Jesse Anthony (Jamis) who had led the series after the first weekend. Anthony fell to sixth place following a disappointing weekend in the Garden State. (Complete men's standings)

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Gould won both days in New Jersey to take the series lead.

Gould won both days in New Jersey to take the series lead.

Photo: BenRossPhotography.com

Todd Wells (GT Bicycles) is on top of the Crankbrothers U.S. Grand Prix of Cyclocross standings for the first time in his career, following his win Sunday and second place Saturday at the Mercer Cup in New Jersey.

Wells, shown here at the Mercer Cup, leads the series for the first time in his career.

Wells, shown here at the Mercer Cup, leads the series for the first time in his career.

Photo: BenRossPhotography.com

Wells, a two-time national champion in cyclocross, passed Jesse Anthony (Jamis) who had led the series after the first weekend. Anthony fell to sixth place following a disappointing weekend in the Garden State. (Complete men’s standings)

In the women’s category, with two wins in New Jersey Georgia Gould took over the series lead from her Luna teammate Katarina Nash. (Complete women’s standings)

The USGP series concludes with the USGP Finals in Dec. 6-7 in Portland.

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Results

Men’s standings | (Women’s standings)

1. Todd Wells 146 points
2. Jeremy Powers 132 points
3. Tim Johnson 123 points
4. Ryan Trebon 107 points
5. Troy Wells 107 points
6. Jessie Anthony 106 points
7. James Driscoll 90 points
8. Matt Shriver 66 points
9. Barry Wicks 63 points
10. Andy Jacques-Maynes 55 points
11. Mark Lalonde 41 points
12. Nick Weighall 40 points
13. Christopher Jones 31 points
14. Brian Matter 19 points
15. Davide Frattini 19 points
16. Derrick St. John 16 points
17. Danny Summerhill 15 points
18. Joe Thompson 13 points
19. Nick Keogh 13 points
20. Justin Lindine 10 points
21. Dan Timmerman 10 points
22. Matt White 8 points
23. Jesse LaLonde 7 points
24. Ben Raby 7 points
25. Adam McGrath 7 points
26. Will Dugan 5 points
27. Bjorn Selander 5 points
28. Braden Kapius 4 points
29. Steve Tilford 4 points
30. Justin Spinelli 4 points
31. Nathanial Wyatt 3 points
32. Mitchell Peterson 3 points
33. Weston Schempf 3 points
34. Aaron Schooler 2 points
35. Andrew Llewellyn 0 points

Women’s standings | (Men’s standings)

1. Georgia Gould 184 points
2. Katerina Nash 170 points
3. Rachel Lloyd 138 points
4. Maureen Bruno Roy 100 points
5. Sue Butler 91 points
6. Deirdre Winfield 86 points
7. Natasha Elliott 74 points
8. Laura Van Guilder 73 points
9. Wendy Simms 56 points
10. Josie Jacques-Maynes 46 points
11. Amy Dombrowski 38 points
12. Meredith Miller 38 points
13. Kristen Wentworth 30 points
14. Devon Haskell 28 points
15. Rebecca Wellons 22 points
16. Anna Young 18 points
17. Anne Schwartz 12 points
18. Sally Annis 11 points
19. Kathy Sherwin 8 points
20. Melanie Swartz 8 points
21. Sarah Kerlin 8 points
22. Amy Wallace 8 points
23. Shannon Gibson 8 points
24. Anna Milkowski 5 points
25. Nikki Theimann 5 points
26. Maria Stewart 5 points
27. Kaitlin Antonneau 3 points
28. Heidi von Teitenberg 3 points
29. Arley Kemmerer 1 points
30. Robin Williams 1 points