The French champion won aboard a carbon bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting, clinchers, an integrated seatpost and disk brake mounts (but no disks, yet).
Photos of Mourey's LaPierre, with Shimano Di2 shifting, disc brake mounts, and clinchers
(Click headline for full results) Women:
- 1. Katerina Nash, (CZE) Luna Pro Team, in 0:46:10
- 2. Amy Dombroski, (USA) Luna Pro Team, in 0:46:27
- 3. Mary Mcconneloug, (USA) Kenda/seven/notubes, in 0:46:27
- 4. Georgia Gould, (USA) Luna Pro Team, in 0:46:38
- 5. Susan Butler, (USA) Hudz-Subaru, in 0:47:09
- 1. Francis Mourey, (FRA) Francaise Des Jeux, in 0:59:30
- 2. James Driscoll, (USA) Cannondale / Cyclocrossworld.com, in 0:59:30
- 3. Gerben De Knegt, (NED) Rabobank - Giant Off Road Team, in 0:59:31
- 4. Ryan Trebon, (USA) Kona, in 0:59:31
- 5. Christian Heule, (SUI) Vc Gippingen Champion System, in 0:59:32
Francis Mourey (Française des Jeux) and Katerina Nash (Luna) scored big-time prize money and bragging rights at CrossVegas Wednesday night
Swiss 'cross star Christian Heule may be coming into his last year of racing, and he's looking to carry a CrossVegas win into a strong European season
After CrossVegas and the Planet Bike Cup it's back to Belgium for four months of racing on the European cyclocross circuit.
VeloNews.com and CyclingDirt will offer live streaming video from both men's and women's races during the Greenware U.S. Grand Prix of Cyclocross.
Tim Johnson talks about coming back from a broken ankle, rival Ryan Trebon eyes a nationals win in his hometown and Todd Wells hopes to find allies to combat the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com juggernaut.
Lennard takes some more questions about cyclocross brake shudder, tire choice and sealant.
The race will feature a long list of national champions and other stars from the U.S. and abroad.