BRUSSELS, Belgium (VN) — Less than a week before the cyclocross world championships prospects for America’s elite women and men look perhaps as bright as they have ever been.
Ryan Trebon (Kona-FSA) has withdrawn his name from the U.S. elite men’s team for the cyclocross world championships. Trebon fell ill during a recent trip to California for training and informed USAC cyclocross program manager Marc Gullickson on Thursday that he would not join the team in St. Wendel, Germany, next week. Trebon’s absence means that just four Americans will line up for the elite men’s race January 30.
The stage in St. Wendel is set for the Americans as USA Cycling announced the elite men’s roster for the 2011 world cyclocross championships Friday. As expected, Jeremy Powers and Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) led the nominations as the only automatic qualifiers accepting their invitations, while Jonathan Page (Planet Bike-Blue) and Ryan Trebon (Kona-FSA) and Powers’ […]
Jeremy Powers and Tim Johnson are set to lead the U.S. elite men’s team into the cyclocross world championships later this month in St. Wendel, Germany. USA Cycling will announce the final five-man squad following a selection committee meeting Friday morning, but the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com are both automatic selections. “If Tim and I weren’t selected, it […]
Katie Compton (Planet Bike-Stevens), Danny Summerhill (Holowesko Partners) and Zach McDonald (Rapha-Focus) headline the roster of Americans headed for the cyclocross world championships in St. Wendel, Germany later this month. USA Cycling announced its elite women, U23 men and junior men rosters on Friday. USAC will announce the elite men’s squad next week. Compton was […]
USA Cycling is set late Friday morning to announce the members of the 2011 cyclocross world championship team. Communications director Andrea Smith confirmed to VeloNews that the team should be named before 12:00 p.m. Mountain Time. Jeremy Powers (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) and Katie Compton (Planet Bike) are expected to lead the automatic selections, while a number of discretionary picks should build out the team’s roster, which may total as many as five riders in each category.
BRUSSELS, Belgium (VN) — The week between Christmas and New Year's is prime time for cyclocross in Belgium and the Netherlands, and in recent years the races have brought an influx of international competitors, including a large number of Americans and Canadians.
Madison, Wisconsin, will host U.S. cyclocross nationals in January 2012 and 2013. Is the later date a good idea?
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