UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL CYCLO-CROSS CALENDAR


October 31, 2011

USICX: Men's and women's standings are under new leadership

Lukas Muller finished fifth at the Beacon Cross on Saturday. (Photo by Anne Rock)
Lukas Muller finished fifth at the Beacon Cross on Saturday. (Photo by Anne Rock)
There are new leaders of the men's and women's standings on the United States International Cyclo-cross Calendar (USICX) standings. On Saturday, the riders contested the Colorado Cross Classic in Boulder, Colo. and the Beacon Cross in Bridgton, N.J. The HPCX in Jamesburg, N.J. and the Victory Circle Graphix Boulder Cup in Boulder took center stage on Sunday.

MEN

The new leader of the USICX men's standings is Ryan Trebon (Bend, Ore./LTS-Felt). Trebon collected 100 points in the past week on the strength of winning Saturday's Colorado Cross Classic and placing second in Sunday's Boulder Cup. Trebon's climb from third place into first slides Justin Lindine (New Salem, Mass./Bikereg.com-Joe's Garage) into second and Jeremy Powers (Easthampton, Mass./Team Rapha-Focus) into third. Ben Berden (BEL/Ops Ale-Clement), who edged Trebon on Sunday by two seconds and finished fourth on Saturday, added 85 points to overtake Ian Field (GBR/Hargroves) for fourth place. Field rounds out the top five with a 36-point edge over Bart Wellens (BEL/Telenet Fidea Cycling Team).

Elsewhere on the USICX, Lukas Winterberg (SUI/Philadelphia Cyclo-cross School) won HPCX on Sunday after placing second to Craig Richey (CAN/CyclocrossRacing.com p/b Blue) in Saturday's Beacon Cross.

WOMEN

Laura van Gilder (Cresco, Pa./C3 p/b Mellow Mushroom) placed second in each of the two races in New Jersey last week to register 80 points and move into the lead of the USICX women's standings with 468 points. Helen Wyman (GBR/Kona Factory) and Katerina Nash (CZE/Luna Pro Team) each slid down one into second and third places with 420 points and 400 points, respectively. Caroline Mani (FRA/CC Etupes Doubes Pay) earned 70 points to move into fourth place, nudging Andrea Smith (Somerville, Mass./LadiesFirst Racing) into fifth place.

Nicole Thiemann and Laura Van Gilder took the top spots in each of the two races in New Jersey last week. (Photo by Anne Rock)
Nicole Thiemann and Laura Van Gilder took the top spots in each of the two races in New Jersey last week. (Photo by Anne Rock)

Nicole Thiemann (Philadelphia, Pa./Team CF) earned 120 points by winning the Beacon Cross on Saturday and HPCX on Sunday to catapult her into sixth place with 287 points. Katie Compton (Colorado Springs, Colo./Rabobank) also earned 120 points by winning the Colorado Cross Classic on Saturday and the Boulder Cup on Sunday to leap from 22nd to seventh with 220 points.

Check out the full results:

Colorado Cross Classic
Beacon Cross
HPCX
Victory Circle Graphix Boulder Cup

USICX standings

 

Men
1. Ryan Trebon (Bend, Ore./LTS-Felt) — 495
2. Justin Lindine (New Salem, Mass./Bikereg.com-Joe's Garage) — 417
3. Jeremy Powers (Easthampton, Mass./Team Rapha-Focus) — 417
4. Ben Berden (BEL/Ops Ale-Clement) — 349
5. Ian Field (GBR/Hargroves Cycles) — 270

Women
1. Laura van Gilder (Cresco, Pa./C3 p/b Mellow Mushroom Racing) — 468
2. Helen Wyman (GBR/Kona Factory Team) — 420
3. Katerina Nash (CZE/Luna Pro Team) — 400
4. Caroline Mani (FRA/CC Etupes Doubes Pay) — 367
5. Andrea Smith (Somerville, Mass./LadiesFirst Racing) — 314

Junior Men
1. Andrew Dillman (Fairdale, Ky./Red Zone Cycling) — 100
1. Curtis White (Delanson, N.Y./Clif Bar Development Cross Team) — 100
3. Zane Godby (Louisville, Colo./Clif Bar Development Cross Team) — 60
4. Richard Cypress Gorry (Payson, Ariz./Whole Athlete-Specialized) — 50
5. John Francisco (Louisville, Ky./Red Zone Cycling) — 36

 

For more information on United States International Cyclo-cross Calendar, visit www.usacycling.org/cnc.


COMING UP

The USICX features five races this week. The first race being the Darkhorse Cyclo-Stampede in Covington, Ky., on Friday, Nov. 4. On Saturday, Nov. 5, there are two races, The Cycle-Smart International in Northampton, Mass. — which continues on Sunday — and Java Johnny's Lionhearts International in Middletown, Ohio. The Harbin Park International in Farifield, Ohio concludes the week's races on Sunday.

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