By The Numbers: USA Crit Nationals

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The USA Cycling Criterium Nationals put on a show this weekend! Checkout the full map above to see the heat map of where the podium riders in every division are from and some key stats below.

Podium Riders By State:

  • 7 - Colorado
  • 5 - Texas, Georgia
  • 3 - California, Indiana, Pennsylvania
  • 2 - Iowa, Wisconsin
  • 1 - Arizona, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

Podium Riders by Team:

  • 5 - Rally Cycling
  • 3 - Bissell-ABG Giant
  • 2 - Boulder Junior Cycling, Swamis Junior Development Team
  • 1 - Andrie Junior Development Team, CCB Velotooler, Fearless Femme Racing, Frazier Cycling Juniors, Hearts Racing Club, Holowesko Citadel, Hot Tubes Development Cycling, ISCorp
    Cycling p/b SmartChoice, ISCorp Powered By Progress, Keenz Racing p/b Mission Source, LUX/Stradling p/b Specialized, Maloja Pushbiker Future Stars, Melton Design Build/GS Forza , NorthStar Development Cycling, Northwest Cycling Club, Papa Johns Racing p/b TREK, Rally Cycling, Reliable/Taco Bell Racing p/b K, Rockwall Racing, SAS-Magocep, SC Competitive Cyclist, Sho-Air TWENTY20 Development, Swamis Junior Development Team, T Town Elite, Team TIBCO-SVB, Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team, UnitedHealthcare, Visit Dallas DNA Cycling


2017 USA Crit Nationals Podium Riders

RiderTeamRaceLocation
Travis McCabeUnitedHealthcare1st-Men's ProTuscon, Arizona
Eric YoungRally Cycling2nd-Men's ProBoulder, Colorado
Ty MagnerHoloweko Citadel3rd-Men's ProGriffin, Georgia
Erica AllarRally Cycling1st-Women's ProDemorest, Georgia
Lauren StephensTeam TIBCO-SVB2nd-Women's ProDallas, Texas
Irena OssolaSAS-Magocep3rd-Women's ProSanta Fe, New Mexico
Skylar SchneiderISCorp Powered By Progress1st-Women's U23West Allis, Wisconsin
Emma WhiteRally Cycling2nd-Women's U23Delanson, New York
Payten ManessPapa Johns Racing p/b TREK3rd-Women's U23Flower Mound, Texas
Thomas RevardBissell-ABG-Giant1st-Men's U23Carmel, Indiana
Noah GraniganCCB Velotooler2nd-Men's U23Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Zachary CarlsonTexas Roadhouse Cycling Team3rd-Men's U23Indianapolis, Indiana
Ben RenkemaSC Competitive Cyclist1st-Men's Cat 1Greenville, South Carolina
Hogan SillsBissell-ABG-Giant2nd-Men's Cat 1Terre Haute, Indiana
Brandon FeeheryBissell-ABG-Giant3rd-Men's Cat 1Knoxville, Tennessee
Colby LangeLUX/Stradling p/b Specialized1st-Junior Men (Cat 1/2/3)Edwards, Colorado
Riley SheehanLUX/Stradling p/b Specialized2nd-Junior Men (Cat 1/2/3)Boulder, Colorado
Denzel StephensonBoulder Junior Cycling3rd-Junior Men (Cat 1/2/3)Boulder, Colorado
Alijah BeattyNorthStar Development Cycling1st-Junior Women (17-18)Washington, Iowa
Megan HeathRally Cycling ""Devo""2nd-Junior Women (17-18)Alpharetta, Georgia
Paige ShumskasFearless Femme Racing3rd-Junior Women (17-18)Pipersville, Pennsylvania
Megan JastrabSwamis Junior Development Team1st-Junior Women (15-16)Apple Valley, California
Katie ClouseVisit Dallas DNA Cycling2nd-Junior Women (15-16)Littleton, Colorado
Emma WorkowskiMaloja Pushbiker Future Stars3rd-Junior Women (15-16)Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Tyler ReynoldsAndrie Junior Development Team1st-Junior Men 15-16 (Cat 1/2/3)Pella, Iowa
Eli HustedHot Tubes Development Cycling2nd-Junior Men 15-16 (Cat 1/2/3)Austin, Texas
David HeathFrazier Cycling Juniors3rd-Junior Men 15-16 (Cat 1/2/3)Alpharetta, Georgia
Will SharpNorthwest Cycling Club1st-Junior Men (13-14)Katy, Texas
Artem ShmidtKeenz Racing p/b Mission Source2nd-Junior Men (13-14)Cumming, Georgia
Riley CottonBoulder Junior Cycling3rd-Junior Men (13-14)Longmont, Colorado
Carmen Davidson-1st-Junior Women (13-14)Byron Center, Michigan
Makayla MacphersonSwamis Junior Development Team2nd-Junior Women (13-14)Corona, California
Olivia CumminsMelton Design Build/GS Forza Cy3rd-Junior Women (13-14)Fort Collins, Colorado
Lilly McLeodSho-Air TWENTY20 Development1st-Junior Women (11-12)Brooksville, Florida
Divya VermaT Town Elite2nd-Junior Women (11-12)Breinigsville, Pennsylvania
Klaire KudlataISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice3rd-Junior Women (11-12)Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wesley HaggstromHearts Racing Club1st-Junior Men (11-12)Clemmons, North Carolina
Walter RozekReliable/Taco Bell Racing p/b K2nd-Junior Men (11-12)Folsom, California
Jack MakohonRockwall Racing3rd-Junior Men (11-12)Heath, Texas

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