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Powers, Dombroski lead ‘cross standings

Jeremy Powers (Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannondale) and Katie Compton (Spike Shooter) won at Cincinnati's three-day cyclocross festival this weekend, but while Powers took over the men's lead of the USA Cycling cyclocross standings, Amy Dombroski took over the women's lead. Dombroski (Velo Bella-Kona) scored double wins at the Erdinger Gran Prix of Gloucester in Massachusetts. Kona's Ryan Trebon, who won both days at Gloucester, is now in second on the standings. After 15 contests on the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Calendar, the current standings: Men

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Jeremy Powers (Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannondale) and Katie Compton (Spike Shooter) won at Cincinnati’s three-day cyclocross festival this weekend, but while Powers took over the men’s lead of the USA Cycling cyclocross standings, Amy Dombroski took over the women’s lead.

Dombroski (Velo Bella-Kona) scored double wins at the Erdinger Gran Prix of Gloucester in Massachusetts.

Kona’s Ryan Trebon, who won both days at Gloucester, is now in second on the standings.

After 15 contests on the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Calendar, the current standings:

Men
1. Jeremy Powers (Hadley, Mass./Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannnondale) 175
2. Ryan Trebon (Bend, Ore./Kona) 160
3. Jonathan Page (Northfield, N.H./Planet Bike) 145
4. Tim Johnson (Middleton, Mass./Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannondale) 133
5. Jamey Driscoll (Jericho, Vt./Cyclocrossworld.com-Cannondale) 117

Women
1. Amy Dombroski (Boulder, Colo./Velo Bella-Kona) 92
2. Katie Compton (Colorado Springs, Colo./Spike Shooter) 80
2. Natasha Elliott (Canada/Stevens) 80
4. Sue Butler (Portland, Ore./Monavie-Cannondale) 74
5. Devon Haskell (Chicago, Ill./Team Get a Grip) 67