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Megan Jastrab (Apple Valley, CA/Southern California Velo p/b Monster Media Junior Cycling) added a second national championship to her name on Saturday after winning the junior women's 13-14 time trial in Loyalton, CA. William Bobrow (Louisville, KY/Better Cycling of Louisville) claimed his first Stars-and-Stripes jersey of the week by winning the junior men's 13-14 time trial.
Lea Davison and Howard Grotts posted the top finishes for the USA.
Daniel Eaton (Mesa, AZ/Axeon Cycling Team) won the men's U23 time trial on Friday, while Kelly Catlin (Arden Hills, MN/NorthStar Development) won the women's U23 time trial. The win marks the first ever U.S. national championship for Eaton, while Catlin won her second in three days.
Megan Jastrab (Apple Valley, CA/Southern California Velo) won the junior women 13-14 race on the line on Thursday, offering the closest sprint finish in the past two days thus far. In contrasts, Lucas Bourgoyne (Houston, TX/Shama Cycles) won the junior men 13-14 on a solo breakaway that formed after two of the five scheduled laps around a slightly rolling 5-kilometer course that surrounded Serene Lakes in Soda Springs, CA.
Keegan Swirbul (Carbondale, CO/Axeon Cycling Team) and Kelly Catlin (Arden Hills, MN/NorthStar Development) won the men's and women's U23 National Road Race Championships on Wednesday, while Chloe Dygert (Brownsburg, IN/Team Twenty16 Devo p/b SHO-AIR) and Jonathan Brown (Covington, TN/Hot Tubes Development Cycling) claimed the top step of the podium in the junior 17-18 category. 
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North Lake Tahoe, Calif., will play host to the nation's top amatuer and junior cyclists from around the country as they come together to compete for the right to don the Stars-and-Stripes for the following year at the 2015 USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championships.
Colleges and universities from around the country will be attending the 2015 USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championships in Lake Tahoe, CA Wednesday to recruit new talent to their cycling teams! 
The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) split to Arlington, Va., and Tulsa, Okla., for the June 13-14 Air Force Association Cycling Classic and June 12-14 St. Francis Tulsa Tough, where all four standings leaders retained their respective leads.
Edward Dawkins (NZL), Monique Sullivan (CAN) and Elis Ligtlee (NED) took over the men’s and women’s USA Cycling National Track Calendar (NTC) sprint standings after the June 12 Fastest Man on Wheels in Trexlertown, Pa.
Team USA may have been the minority at the June 14 Trek Store Canada Cup, but eight top-10 finishes between the junior men, women and U17 cadet women proved that the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) Americans were major players in Ontario.
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The organizers of the Missoula XC presented by Zillastate have had a busy off season in preparation for what is to be another great Montana Summer week (June 16 - June 21) of mountain bike racing.
Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized Racing) won his second World Cup event of the year on Sunday, edging out a victory at World Cup #5 in Leogang Salzbergerland, Austria.
Hilton Clarke (Los Angeles, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) used his June 7 Chevron Manhattan Beach Grand Prix win to jump all the way to the top USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) men’s spot, leaping five places following the California race.
USA Cycling is pleased to announce Georgia Gould (Fort Collins, Colo./LUNA Pro Team), Donny Robinson (Napa, Calif./SE and Greta Neimanas (Chicago, Ill.) were elected by their peers to the UCI Athletes Commission. The International Cycling Union (UCI) revealed the results on Friday.
Jill Kintner (Bellingham, Wash./Redbull-Norco) more than doubled her Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) standings lead, and Logan Binggeli (Saint George, Utah/KHS Factory Racing) moved into the top men’s spot following the May 30-31 Mountain Creek Spring Classic in Vernon, N.J.
Early men’s and women’s sprint and endurance leaders emerged in the 2015 USA Cycling National Track Calendar (NTC) standings at the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix on June 5 in Trexlertown, Pa.
Leah Kirchmann (CAN/Optom Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) and the UnitedHealthcare women’s team earned respective women’s individual and team National Racing Calendar (NRC) titles as the women’s calendar concluded at the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic in Philadelphia, Pa., on June 7.
USA Cycling has been notified by the UCI that 20 wild card spots will be available to masters American cyclists hoping to compete for a world title at the UCI World Cycling Tour (UWCT) final, Sept. 3-6 in Denmark.
Led by Aaron Gwin’s (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized Racing) World Cup #4 silver medal, eight Team USA riders finished in the top 10 from June 5-7 at the MTB World Cup #4 in Scotland, the Horseshoe Valley Canada Cup in Ontario and Trofeo Karlsberg in Germany.
Four new collegiate varsity programs have been announced as the varsity program continues to grow.

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