Five Things We Learned From USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals
Dec 30, 2021USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals, held at Cantigny Park in Dupage County, IL from December 7-12, 2021 gave us the opportunity to close out the American cyclocross season with cold rain, wind, mud and even ice on a course just outside of Chicago that had never been raced on before. After the cancellation of the 2020 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championship due to the Pandemic, cyclocross racers of all ages and abilities were able to race at the National level once again. Here are our top five take-aways from our week near the Windy City!
USA Cycling Announces Cyclocross World Championships Roster
Jan 11, 2021USA Cycling announced on Monday the athletes who will represent the United States at the 2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships that will take place in Ostend, Belgium on January 30-31, 2021.
Photo Gallery: Two New Champions Crowned at US Cross Nationals
Dec 16, 2019Last weekend, US Cyclocross Nationals took place in Lakewood, Washington, and the racing did not disappoint. Fans went wild as Clara Honsinger took the Elite Women's National Championship win over 15-time champion Katie Compton. Meanwhile, 21-year-old Gage Hecht proved that he was ready to race the Elite race rather than the U23 field when he became the youngest National Champion in over a decade.
Photo Gallery: 2019 Pan-American Cyclocross Championships
Nov 11, 2019The 2019 Pan-American Championships alternated between wildly technical, muddy sections of Little Lake Park in Midland, Ontario, with fast, flat sections that left riders physically and mentally exhausted. Maghalie Rochette (Specialized/Feedback Sports) retained her Pan-American title in the elite women's race, followed by American Clara Honsinger, who's having a breakout season. Becca Fahringer rounded out the women's podium. In the men's race, Kerry Werner took his first title jersey with the win over defending champion Curtis White.
Ready For The Crown: Can Curtis White Conquer US Cross?
Nov 8, 2019In 2018, Curtis White went from a promising talent to an international champion with a sprint win at the Pan American Cyclocross Championships. But he failed to follow up at the national championships, the biggest stage in US cyclocross.