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Daniel Willet (San Clemente, Calif./LUX-Specialized by Cynergy) led a trio of Americans to top-20 finishes at the Paris-Roubaix Juniors race, clocking a 2:52:33 to finish sixth. Also in action for the <a href="http://www.usacycling.org/ndp/">USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP)</a>, the Team USA women raced the Energiewacht Tour in the Netherlands and the U23 men battled wet cobblestones at the U23 Tour of Flanders in Belgium.
Megan Guarnier (Queensbury, N.Y./BoelsDolmans Cycling Team) and Lauren Hall (Dolores, Colo./ TWENTY16 p/b Sho-Air) went back-to-back for 11<sup>th</sup> and 12<sup>th</sup> at the Women’s Tour of Flanders in Oudenaarde, Belgium, on April 5, leading the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) this week in Europe.
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) chalked two top-20 finishes in Italy and Portugal this week, as Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./TWENTY16 p/b Sho-Air) finished 12<sup>th</sup> at the Trofeo Alfredo Binda on Sunday, while Colin Joyce (Pocatello, Idaho/California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) again led the U.S. U23 men at the March 26-30 Volta ao Alentejo with a 20<sup>th</sup>-place result.
Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling) narrowly missed the podium at the Omloop van het Hageland on Sunday in Belgium, recording the top USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) result of 2015.
USA Cycling announced Monday various changes to the 2015 BMX Development (Devo) Program, including rider camp qualifications.
The six-race European cyclo-cross development program Block 3 ran from Dec. 20-Jan. 1, where juniors men, U23 men and women raced various UCI contests in Belgium.
The women’s development road program clipped in for the final competition of its 2014 USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) campaign, racing the roads of Belgium one last time at the Lotto Belisol Belgium Tour, Sept. 10-15.
The juniors men’s K2 road program concluded with the Grand Prix Rüebliland in Switzerland, while the women’s development team contested the Dutch Boels Rental Ladies Tour over the weekend for the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP).
The podium hunting continued for the juniors men’s road program, as four podium finishes in Belgium and the Netherlands, including a win from Clayton Stone (Anthem, Ariz./Athlete Octane), highlighted the week for the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP).
U.S. juniors continued to climb podiums at Belgian kermesses, fortifying an already convincing summer campaign with the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP). During the past several days, 11 riders in two distinct groups, in addition to six riders attending a 15-16 European race camp, were supported by USA Cycling as they gained valuable experience in international competition.
Jack Maddux (Fresno, Calif./Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) continued his hot streak in Belgian kermesses with the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP), taking a win and a second-place finish at the Hoelenden-Kortenaken and Herentals, respectively.
Jack Maddux (Fresno, Calif./Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) enjoyed a tremendous week of cycling with the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP), winning four Belgian kermesses in eight days.
On a week that showcased promising youth across the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP), the U.S. men’s team took fourth in the Tour Alsace, July 30-Aug. 5, in France.
Highlighting a busy week for the USA Cycling National Development Program, Zeke Mostov and Will Barta recorded top-five finishes and the U.S. took the team classification win at the Tour de l’Abitibi Desjardins in Canada, July 22-27.
In a successful week for the USA Cycling National Development Program,<strong> </strong>Megan Guarnier posted a fifth-place finish at the BeNe Tour in Belgium, July 19-20, to lead the way for U.S. riders at the two-day competition.
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) pedaled on this weekend as eight Juniors Mountain Bike Development Camp riders took to the hills of western Europe, while Korina Huizar (Roseville, Calif./Vanderkitten) challenged two kermesses in Belgium July 6-7 for the women’s development road team.
Now almost 17 years-old, Adrien Costa says he was “completely hooked” on bike racing from age 6 or 7 when he watched the Tour de France during visits to his grandparents, who lived near Paris.
Wil Barta (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad)) set the pace for the U.S. as the juniors men’s squad took the team classification win at the Trofeo Karlsberg in Germany June 20-22 as the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) continued in Europe.
Five top-four finishes for juniors men’s riders at two kermesses in Belgium highlighted the weekend for the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP).
One of the most successful weekends of 2014 had USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) athletes climbing podiums all weekend at three European road races.
American athletes peppered the top-10 of three road and mountain bike competitions last week, as the USA Cycling National Development Program continued its international success.
U.S. athletes earned more podium finishes last week in Holland as the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) juniors men's team swept the medals in one race and posted a second-place finish in another.
Juniors rider <strong>Will Barta</strong> (Boise, Idaho/BYRDS (Boise Young Rider Dev Squad) placed third in the general classification at the four-day Course de la Paix in the Czech Republic.
A group of U23 riders racing for the USA Cycling National Development Program continued to gain valuable experience over the past several days at several races throughout Europe.
USA Cycling is pleased to announce a three-year partnership with Osmo Nutrition as the official hydration sponsor to USA Cycling and Team USA Cycling.

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