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Adam Craig

Age: 26 (Bend, Oregon) EVENTS Cross-country PRIOR OLYMPICS None A 12-time national champion in an assortment of cycling disciplines, Craig is recognized as one of the country’s best cross-country racers. Like his teammate Todd Wells, Craig has a solid background in cyclocross, which may be the ideal preparation for this year’s Olympic cross-country course. After winning three consecutive U23 national cross-country titles (2001-03), he won the elite title in 2007. Craig also won the unofficial world single-speed mountain bike championship in Aviemore, Scotland in 2007.

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Age: 26 (Bend, Oregon)

EVENTS

Cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

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A 12-time national champion in an assortment of cycling disciplines, Craig is recognized as one of the country’s best cross-country racers. Like his teammate Todd Wells, Craig has a solid background in cyclocross, which may be the ideal preparation for this year’s Olympic cross-country course. After winning three consecutive U23 national cross-country titles (2001-03), he won the elite title in 2007. Craig also won the unofficial world single-speed mountain bike championship in Aviemore, Scotland in 2007.  |  Photo: Rob Jones

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EVENTS

Cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

None

A 12-time national champion in an assortment of cycling disciplines, Craig is recognized as one of the country’s best cross-country racers. Like his teammate Todd Wells, Craig has a solid background in cyclocross, which may be the ideal preparation for this year’s Olympic cross-country course. After winning three consecutive U23 national cross-country titles (2001-03), he won the elite title in 2007. Craig also won the unofficial world single-speed mountain bike championship in Aviemore, Scotland in 2007.  |  Photo: Rob Jones