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  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – August 19, 2009

    After a flurry of action on the cyclocross front, things slowed down a bit over the last week, but check out our peek at Katie Compton’s outlook for the new season which we scooped earlier today. Otherwise, Gabby Day announced…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – August 12, 2009

    A bit of everything from the cyclocross world this week, including some transfer news, a road result and a bevy of mountain bike results from the week past! After Dominating as Juniors, Newly Minted Espoirs Find New Teams A couple…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 22, 2009

    It was a busy week for the world of cyclocross, and we aren’t even talking about the American National Mountain Bike Championships in this edition of PCR&R. What we are talking about includes: transfer rumors, European National Mountain Bike Championships,…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – July 15, 2009

    Lots of mountain bike action on tap this week, as the road community pays attention to some race in France that they say is a big deal. European Mountain Bike Champions crowned, as well as the champions of Canada. The…

  • Take Aim at Cyclocross Pros in Fantasy Cyclocross

    Fantasy Cyclocross 2009-2010

    If you haven’t yet put in your entry for this year’s version of Cyclocross Magazine’s Fantasy Cyclocross game, you may now have some extra incentive: American professional cyclocrosser Georgia Gould – fresh off victory in the BC Bike Race’s Mixed…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross 2009-2010 Set to Launch

    UCI Fantasy Cyclocross League from Cyclocross Magazine

    New Brunswick, NJ – After much success in the 2008-2009 cyclocross season, Cyclocross Magazine will once again be set to bring you premier fantasy cyclocross action straight from your own computer. Intense action in last year’s game left the podium…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – June 17, 2009

    A huge weekend in the cyclocross world, with results and news coming from all over the world. Read all the way through, because it never gets boring. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a surprise. Nature Valley GP Wrap Up Tim…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – May 27, 2009

    Before we get started, a special 18th birthday shout out to my little brother. Now on to Cyclocross! Simon Zahner takes home a big stage race win, Bjorn Selander takes home 14th, Thijs Al cracks the top 10, on the…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 22, 2009

    Marianne Vos continues winning ways, Tour of the Battenkill wrap up, Powers wins in Ancaster, Cyclocross at Sea Otter, Jacobs banned for 2 years. The cyclocross world was active over the last week! Marianne Vos Wins Womens Flèche Wallonne, 4th…

  • Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings – April 2, 2009

    Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win Cyclocross Magazine’s fantasy cyclocross league next season? We’ve got you covered with our new, weekly report on your favorite top ‘crossers. Each week Jake…

  • Off-Season Happenings, March 25, 2009

    Tired of reports on road racers’ latest tweet and up-to-the-minute updates on collarbone surgery? Wondering what your favorite mudders have been up to?  Doing your homework so you can win Cyclocross Magazine’s fantasy cyclocross league next season? We’ve got you…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Finale – February 25, 2009

    By Jake Sisson After weeks of heated competition, it’s time to call time on the inaugural season of Cyclocross Magazine’s UCI Fantasy Cyclocross. No amount of manipulation worked out to actually win me this thing, so I figured it was…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Finale Preview – February 21, 2009

    By Jake Sisson So we’ve reached the end of the road. The battles have been hard, and while hope has faded for some teams who got out to a hot start, hope has sprung anew for many teams who got…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – February 20, 2009

    By Jake Sisson Sometimes, schedules can be cruel. 24 hours ago, I started out on my first of three exams. 24 hours later, I had just finished up my third. But now I finally can finally focus on homework that…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – February 10, 2009

    By Jake Sisson We’ve now got 21 weeks of fantasy cyclocross in the books, and amazingly, the overall victory is not a closed case just yet. This weekend’s action included a GVA stop, Kwattencross Lille in Lille, Belgium, and a…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – January 19, 2009

    By Jake Sisson We’re almost in the home stretch of the Cyclocross season, but don’t despair, there’s plenty of action still in store. Erwin Vervecken proved in Roubaix that, even in the twilight, lights can shine brightly. The same could…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – January 12, 2009

    By Jake Sisson EDIT: EXPLANATION OF NATIONALS SCORING It’s that wonderful time of the year where the cyclocross peloton splits off to it’s respective home nations and riders try to bring home what many feel is the most important win…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – January 5, 2008

    By Jake Sisson So as I was trolling through results from this weekend, I originally intended for there to just be the two C1 races from this weekend that would count. As I looked closer at the results, I noticed…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Minute and Weekend Outlook – December 5

    Well, American Cyclocross fans, this is your last chance to take home any points from your American choices, as after this weekend, the American calendar is over (except for nationals of course). This weekend’s USGP stop in Portland, Oregon is…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – December 1, 2008

    Despite the fact that there were only two races to score points on this weekend, just about every record set in Fantasy Cyclocross was brushed aside. Alright, granted there are only 10 weeks worth of records set to date, but…

  • Superprestige Preview and Fantasy Minute – November 29, 2008

    Part II of our Weekend Preview. Part I is here. Sunday’s prestige promises tired legs and minds after the power-sucking sand of Koksijde, Belgium. After driving four hours to Gieten, the Netherlands, who will be at his best? You can…

  • Weekend Outlook and Fantasy Cyclocross Minute – November 28

    fter weeks of having a busy weekend schedule, international cyclocross is taking a bit of an after-thanksgiving break, only offering up one major race this weekend. While those of us in America are recovering from too much turkey and stuffing,…

  • Weekend Outlook and Fantasy Cyclocross Minute – November 21

    Now, I may be a bit biased, well a bit really biased, but the most important race on my calendar is this weekend in Southampton, New York. Why is that? Well, for one, my club runs it. For two, its…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Update – November 18

    I do apologize for the delay in releasing this week’s fantasy analysis. I got stuck studying for some excellent quizzes and tests, and have stuffed my brain full of the inner workings of the Urea Cycle and Fatty Acid Beta…

  • Euro & Fantasy Update: Niels Albert Out for Several Weeks

    Niels Albert injured his spleen in warm-ups for Sunday’s race in Aspere-Gavere. Belgian TV Teletekst reports that this morning he felt fine, but by 4:30 p.m. was much worse and was kept in intensive care at the University of Ghent,…

  • Weekend Outlook and Fantasy Cyclocross Minute – November 12

    Another big weekend, full of valuable points, is on tap for the weekend of the 15th and 16th of November. The Superprestige makes its third stop in Gavere, Belgium while the United States Gran Prix of Cyclocross makes its third…

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Results – November 9, 2008

    Match fixing? Points shaving? This century’s Black Sox Scandal? You guessed it, looks like the creator and moderator of the CX Magazine UCI Fantasy Cyclocross league has assumed first place and all the wildly attractive accolades that come with it.

  • Weekend Preview & Fantasy Cyclocross Minute – November 6

    Everyone relieved that the election is finally over? I know I sure am, that way I can go back to diagnosing the world of elite cyclocross and the only polling system that matters is my homegrown cyclocross fantasy scoring system….

  • Fantasy Cyclocross Results – 11/3

    Four big races on the weekend meant big points to be handed out. p lo, owned and operated by Peter Lopez brought home the week’s trophy with 280 points, followed closely by Java with 278 points. The overall picture changed…

  • Weekend Preview and Fantasy Cyclocross Minute – October 31, 2008

    Jacob Sisson has got another weekend preview and fantasy league outlook. Enjoy! It’s an action packed couple of days this weekend, as the UCI has put together a set of three C1 races for us to worry about. The action…



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