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Trebon, Dombroski lead NACT series

With only the Whitmore’s Landscaping Super Cross Cup remaining, the battles for the inaugural North American Cyclocross Trophy series are still tight.    Women's battle: eight is enough[nid:85234]

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A tight race coming into the final weekend in Long Island

Trebon at last week's single speed cx world championships.

Trebon at last week’s single speed cx world championships.

Photo: John Roth

With only the Whitmore’s Landscaping Super Cross Cup remaining, the battles for the inaugural North American Cyclocross Trophy series are still tight.   

Women’s battle: eight is enough

Dombroski in the NACT series leaders jersey at the Boulder Cup last month

Dombroski in the NACT series leaders jersey at the Boulder Cup last month

Photo: Steve Frothingham

With a maximum possible score of 120 points available for winning both races on Long Island, eight women are in mathematical contention for the title: Amy Dombroski (Velo Bella-Kona) Georgia Gould (Luna), Sarah Kerlin (Rock Lobster), Wendy Simms (Kona), Sue Butler (Monavie-Cannondale), Kathy Sherwin (Velo Bella-Kona), Rachel Lloyd (California Giant Strawberry) and Josie Jacques-Maynes(Specialized/KMC).  (Complete Women’s rankings)

Dombroski has parlayed consistent finishes and two wins at the Erdinger Gran Prix of Gloucester into a 62-point lead over Georgia Gould, who swept last weekend’s USGP in New Jersey.  Sarah Kerlin had a second place finish at Gloucester, and has built her points total on the foundation of top ten finishes at every race.  With nearly $7,000 in cash on tap for the women’s races at Whitmore’s, not counting the NACT series bonuses, most or all of the top women are expected to attend.

Two-men, two teams battle on the men’s side

On the men’s side, things are a little more straightforward.  Ryan Trebon (Kona) leads Tim Johnson (Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannondale) by a scant 10 points, equivalent to the difference between second and third place in one race.  And, even though he sits in third place and has been mathematically eliminated from contention for the championship, Jeremy Powers still figures to play a key role in the outcome of the title chase as he works for teammate Johnson. Powers can’t focus entirely on his domestique role, however, as Todd Wells (GT) sits just 26 points behind him for the final paying spot in the season standings.  (Complete Men’s rankings)

At the end of the Long Island weekend, any ties will be broken according to the rider’s finish position in Sunday’s race.
 

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Results

Men’s rankings | ( Women’s rankings)

1. Ryan Trebon 270 points
2. Tim Johnson 260 points
3. Jeremy Powers 140 points
4. Todd Wells 114 points
5. Jesse Anthony 66 points
6. Barry Wicks 66 points
7. Andy Jacques-Maynes 60 points
8. Jamey Driscoll 55 points
9. Dan Timmerman 55 points
10. Joachim Parbo 41 points
11. Russell Stevenson 40 points
12. Erik Tonkin 36 points
13. Chris Shepard 34 points
14. Matt White 30 points
15. Troy Wells 28 points
16. Justin Lindine 28 points
17. Adam Craig 25 points
18. Adam Myerson 22 points
19. Kevin Bradford-Parish 18 points
20. Jonathan Baker 18 points
21. Joey Thompson 16 points
22. Osmond Bakker 16 points
23. Shannon Skerrritt 16 points
24. Tim Heemskerk 14 points
25. Justin Spinelli 14 points
26. Nicholas Weighall 14 points
27. Brady Kappius 14 points
28. Nicholas Keough 12 points
29. Bart Gillespie 12 points
30. Justin Robinson 10 points
31. Josh Dillon 8 points
32. Molly Cameron 8 points
33. Matthew O’keefe 6 points
34. Toby Marzot 6 points
35. Matt Pacocha 6 points
36. Alex Howes 4 points
37. Michael Gallagher 4 points
38. Solomon Woras 3 points
39. Davide Frattini 2 points
40. Matt Shriver 1 points
41. Kevin Wolfson 1 points
42. William Dugan 1 points
43. Kevin Noiles 1 points
44. Travis Brown 1 points

Women’s rankings | ( Men’s rankings)

1. Amy Dombroski 182 points
2. Georgia Gould 120 points
3. Sarah Kerlin 114 points
4. Wendy Simms 100 points
5. Sue Butler 100 points
6. Kathy Sherwin 95 points
7. Rachel Lloyd 80 points
8. Josie Jacques-Maynes 73 points
9. Rebecca Wellons 60 points
10. Sally Annis 56 points
11. Kelli Emmett 55 points
12. Kerry Barnholt 55 points
13. Rhonda Mazza 52 points
14. Wendy Williams 41 points
15. Heather Irminger 40 points
16. Dawn Anderson 39 points
17. Emily Van Meter 36 points
18. Maureen Bruno Roy 36 points
19. Lisa Strong 30 points
20. Meredith Miller 28 points
21. Amy Wallace 26 points
22. Stewart Sarah 24 points
23. Anna Milkowski 20 points
24. Cris Rothfuss 16 points
25. Linnea Koons 16 points
26. Judy Freeman 12 points
27. Kris Walker 10 points
28. Kristin Gavin 10 points
29. Arley Kemmerer 10 points
30. Kristi Berg 10 points
31. Karen Potter 6 points
32. Ann Knapp 6 points
33. Kari Studley 6 points
34. Melissa Thomas 6 points
35. Anna Young 4 points
36. Karine Travaillaud 4 points
37. Beth Lyndon-Griffith 4 points
38. Sarah Maile 2 points
39. Sara Bresnick-Zocchi 2 points
40. Heidi Von Teitenberg 2 points
41. Ingrid Spies 2 points
42. Becca Blay 1 points
43. Katherine Northcott 1 points
44. Perri Mertens 1 points
45. Jenni Gaertner 1 points
46. Shannon Gibson 1 points
47. Brenda Moczygemba 1 points