Driscoll, Bruno-Roy lead Cyclo-cross standings after 30 events

Cyclo-cross national calendar

November 17, 2009

Driscoll, Bruno-Roy lead Cyclo-cross standings

Two events on the 2009/2010 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Racing Calendar were held last weekend: Rounds one and two of the USGP of Cyclocross Mercer Cup, Nov. 14 and 15 in West Windsor, N.J.

Katerina Nash (Czech Republic/ Luna) dominated the elite women's fields, picking up the wins on both days. On the men's side, Ryan Trebon (Bend, Ore./KONA) won on day one while Tim Johnson (Middleton, Mass./Cannondale /cyclocross world.com) picked up the
victory on day two. For complete results from day one, click here. For results from day two, click here.

With 30 of the 42 events on the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Racing Calendar now complete, James Driscoll (Jericho, Vt.) and Maureen Bruno-Roy (Arlington, Mass.) are leading the elite men's and women's standings. Driscoll leads with 364 points and Bruno-Roy with 225.

The standings are as follows:


Men's Standings
1. James Driscoll (Jericho, Vt.) 364
2. Jeremy Powers (Hadley, Mass.) 324
3. Timothy Johnson (Middleton, Mass.) 322
4. Ryan Trebon (Bend, Ore.) 305
5. Dan Timmerman (Clay, N.Y.) 192
5. Christopher Jones 192

Women's Standings
1. Maureen Bruno-Roy (Arlington, Mass.) 225
2. Laura Van Gilder (Cresco, Pa.) 171
3. Katerina Nash (Czech Republic) 165
4. Katie Compton (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 160
5. Mary McConneloug (Chilmark, Mass.) 138


To view the complete men's standings, click here. For the women's standings, click here.


The next event on the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Racing Calendar is the Empire State CX in New York City on November 18. Click here for more on that event. Then, rounds one and two of the North Carolina Grand Prix will head to Hendersonville, N.C. on November 21 and 22. Click here for more on the North Carolina Grand Prix. Also taking place over the weekend will be the Super Cross Cup in Southampton, N.Y. where elite men and women will compete for identical $2,171 purses on each of two days, November 21 and 22. Click here for more about those events.

Photos stop to bottom: Ryan Trebon took the win in the elite men's race on day one; Katerina Nash went two for two, with elite women's wins on both days. Photos courtesy of Ben Ross

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