Gould Repeats, Powers Picks Up the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com Attack in USGP Derby City Cup Day 2 – UPDATED: More Photos, Results, Report

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Georgia Gould, Luna Pro Team, wins Sunday's Women's Elite Race © Greg Sailor – VeloArts

Georgia Gould, Luna Pro Team, wins Sunday's women's Elite race © Greg Sailor – VeloArts

Louisville, KY – It was another windy and dusty day at Louisville’s Eva Bandman Park as racers faced off for a tough day of fast, aggressive racing at the Greenware® US Gran Prix of Cyclocross Derby City Cup presented by Papa John’s. In a near repeat of Day One, Georgia Gould (LUNA) stormed away from a strong women’s field on the first lap, while on the men’s side it was Cannondale rider Jeremy Powers swapping places with previous day’s winner Tim Johnson to tear off the front of the field with Ryan Trebon (KONA) in what was ultimately a two-man battle for the top step of the podium.

Georgia Gould pulled off the repeat in Day 2 of Louisville, Kentucky’s Derby City Cup USGP, and the Luna rider won by a similar margin with an impressive gap of almost two minutes over Meredith Miller (California Giant Berry Farms) in second. Laura van Gilder (C3 Athletes Serving Athletes) rounded out the podium, followed by Natasha Elliot (Garneau Club Chaussure-Olgivy) and Miller’s teammate Teal Stetson-Lee.

Gould made the blistering pace look easy as she romped away from the women’s field on lap one. The sand dunes were once again the undoing of her rivals as Gould raced through the sand while her pursuers bobbled through. The chaos behind was all Gould needed to open what was ultimately an insurmountable gap. Each lap she put time into the field while Natasha Elliott chased followed by Teal Stetson-Lee, Laura van Gilder, Meredith Miller and Nicole Duke. Eventually Elliott was caught and dropped as Miller and van Gilder powered away. Miller capitalized on a late, second to last lap mistake by van Guilder, knowing that if it came down to a sprint if would likely go van Gilder’s way. Gould soloed in with time to sit up and salute. Miller came in for second and van Gilder was slightly further back for third. Miller’s determined riding earned her SRAM Most Aggressive Rider honors while Gould tightened her grip on the Series Leader’s Jersey.

Powers takes the win © Greg Sailor – VeloArts

Powers takes the win © Greg Sailor – VeloArts

In the men’s race, Ryan Trebon (Kona) came up just short to another prong in the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com attack. Jeremy Powers led the charge in the Louisville heat today with Trebon taking second.

In the men’s race, the pace was high from the start with Powers, Trebon, Johnson, Jesse Anthony, Danny Summerhill, Geoff Kabush and Chris Jones establishing an early leading group. Powers went clear early with Trebon and Johnson chasing. When Johnson faded back, Trebon pushed the pace with Powers glued to his wheel. Finally with four laps to go, Powers made the decisive move, riding clear of Trebon on one of the steep slopes while behind Trebon and Johnson looked to be losing steam. Trebon would come up just short to another prong in the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com attack. Yesterday’s winner, national champ Timothy Johnson, finished another 1:20 back to take third place in front of Todd Wells (Specialized) and Tristan Schouten (Cyclocrossracing.com), who continues to rack up impressive rides this season. Davide Frattini rode a strong race, earning him a sixth place finish and the SRAM Most Aggressive Rider award.

Today’s results left Johnson and Powers tied on points for the Series lead, and with the tie-breaker going to the most recent winner Powers took back the Jersey.

The next stop of the Greenware® US Gran Prix of Cyclocross is the New Belgium Cup in Fort Collins, CO.

Stay tuned for more photos.

Photo Gallery by Craig Dooley:

Photo Gallery by Greg Sailor – VeloArts:

Men’s Photo Gallery by Amy Dykema:

Women’s Photo Gallery by Amy Dykema:

Full Results

Women’s Results:

1 Georgia Gould (USA) LUNA PRO TEAM 0:38:59
2 Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Sp 0:01:53
3 Laura Van Gilder (USA) C3 Athletes Serving Athletes 0:02:08
4 Natasha Elliott (Can) Garneau Club Chaussure-Olgivy 0:02:27
5 Teal Stetson-Lee (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Sp 0:02:34
6 Katherine Sherwin (USA) Hudz-Subaru 0:02:35
7 Nicole Duke (USA) Hudz -Vista Subaru 0:02:52
8 Pepper Harlton (Can) Juventus Cycling Club 0:02:59
9 Kaitlin Antonneau (USA) Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com 0:03:27
10 Maureen Bruno Roy (USA) MM Racing p/b Seven Cycles 0:03:48
11 Amanda Carey (USA) Kenda/Felt 0:04:02
12 Lisa Strong (USA) Hudz -Vista Subaru 0:04:23
13 Linda Sone (USA) Minneapolis Bicycle Racing Club 0:04:29
14 Kimberly Flynn (USA) Grace Law-Trek p/b Vantaggio 0:05:15
15 Jennifer Maxwell (USA) Van Dessel Factory Team p/b Ste 0:05:44
16 Nicole Borem (USA) DRT Racing 0:06:02
17 Robin Williams (USA) Mercy-Specialized 0:06:04
18 Lisa Hudson (USA) Feedback Sports 0:06:16
19 Carrie Cash Wootten (USA) team vera bradley foundation 0:06:23
20 Erin Silliman (USA) Fruit 66/Artemis 0:06:32
21 Anne Schwartz (USA) Flying Rhino Cycling Club 0:07:11
22 Nina Elliott (USA) Greenville Women’s Cycling 0:07:13
23 Deb Sweeney Whitmore (USA) Performance Bicycle racing team 0:07:14
24 Lauri Webber (USA) Secret Henrys Team 0:07:23
25 Jeanne Fleck (USA) Velo Duluth/Twin Ports Cyclery
26 Shannon Gibson (USA) Velo Bella
27 Tammy Wallace (USA) ThinkCash Racing
28 Bridget Donovan (USA) Trek Store Cincinnati/ Seven Cy
29 Geraldine Schulze (USA) Bio Wheels Racing
30 Lynn Bush (USA) Tough Girl / SCOTT
31 Melissa Corliss (USA) Michelob Ultra Cycling
32 Kiersta Tucker (USA) Wood – N – Wave
DNF Ashley James (USA) Team Kenda
DNF Lenore Pipes (USA) Fruit 66/Artemis
DNF Holly Klug (USA) The Pony Shop

Men’s Results

1 Jeremy Powers (USA) Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld. 1:03:20
2 Ryan Trebon (USA) Kona 0:00:24
3 Timothy Johnson (USA) Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld. 0:01:42
4 Todd Wells (USA) Specialized 0:02:00
5 Tristan Schouten (USA) Cyclocrossracing.com 0:02:08
6 Davide Frattini (Ita) Hudz-Subaru 0:02:17
7 Geoff Kabush (Can) Team Maxxis / Rocky Mount 0:02:19
8 James Driscoll (USA) Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld. 0:02:36
9 Barry Wicks (USA) Kona 0:02:51
10 Christopher Jones (USA) Rapha / Focus 0:03:08
11 Brian Matter (USA) Gear Grinder 0:03:18
12 Derrick St John (Can) Garneau Club Chaussure-Olgivy 0:03:21
13 Valentin Scherz (Swi) Cyfac-Champion System p/b Revol 0:03:34
14 Sean Babcock (USA) Kona 0:03:46
15 Mark Lalonde (USA) 0:03:49
16 Troy Wells (USA) Team Clif Bar 0:03:56
17 Daniel Summerhill (USA) Team Holowesko Partners 0:04:22
18 Luke Keough (USA) Champion System p/b Keough Cycl 0:04:35
19 Matthew Pacocha (USA) Hudz-Subaru 0:05:01
20 Zach Mcdonald (USA) Rapha / Focus 0:06:17
21 Nicholas Weighall (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Sp
22 Brad Cole (USA) KCCX/Verge Presented by Challen
23 Cody Kaiser (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Sp
24 Troy Heithecker (USA) Echelon Energy
25 Joseph Schmalz (USA) KCCX/Verge Presented by Challen
26 Justin Robinson (USA) California Giant Berry Farms/Sp
27 Mitchell Hoke (USA) Clif Bar Development Cyclo-Cros
28 Dave Hackworthy (USA) Bianchi/Grand Performance
29 Matt Shriver (USA) Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factor
30 Joachim Parbo (Den) KCH Leopard Cycles
31 Robin Eckmann (USA) Hot Tubes Development Cycling T
32 Frank Spiteri (USA) Peninsula Velo/Pomodoro
33 Mike Sherer (USA) The Pony Shop
34 Tom Burke (USA) Lathrup Industries/Giant Bicycl
35 Steve Fisher (USA) Rad Racing NW / Hagens Berman
36 Ryan Iddings (USA) Team Redline
37 Ryan Knapp (USA) BikeReg.com
38 Greg Wittwer (USA) ALAN North America Cycling
39 William Fyfe (USA) Birmingham Bicycle Company p/b
40 Joshua Johnson (USA) DRT Racing
41 Isaac Neff (USA) Alderfer Bergen
42 Jeremy Ferguson (USA) California Giant/Specialized
43 Kevin Mcconnell (USA) Mercy-Specialized
44 Eric Wondergem (USA) Hup United
45 Erik Hamilton (USA) NUVO Cultural Trail
46 Andrew Wulfkuhle (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes
47 Andrew Reardon (USA) Van Dessel / Real Design
48 Scott Mclaughlin (USA) SRAM Factory
49 Clayton Omer (USA) Papa Johns Racing
50 Matthew Allen (USA) behind bars/ little guy racing
51 Noah Metzler (USA) Team Globalbike
52 Robert Kendall (USA) Bob’s Red Mill
53 Christopher Bogedin (USA) CCSH – RGF Pb Felt Bicycles Eli
54 Skyler Trujillo (USA) Black Sheep Jr. Cycling
55 Zachary Edwards (USA) DRT Racing
56 Cary Fridrich (USA) Embrocation Cycling Journal
57 Matthew Spohn (USA) Cyfac-Champion System Racing Te
58 Kip Spaude (USA) Nova Cycle Sports Foundation In
59 Ezra Taylor (USA) Peacock Groove
60 Daniel Gerow (USA) WOLVERINES/ACFSTORES.COM
61 Jason Karew (USA) Bishops Bicycles
62 David Mcneal (USA) BBC p/b WheelWorx
63 Dustin Greer (USA) Maxxis
64 Benjamin Salibra (USA) Junior Development
65 Gregg Shanefelt (USA) ZWS/Cyclesport
DNF Jesse Anthony (USA) California Giant / Specialized
DNF Anthony Grand (Swi) Cyfac-Champion System p/b Revol
DNF Adam Mcgrath (USA) Feedback Sports/Van Dessel
DNF Braden Kappius (USA) Team Clif Bar
DSQ Bryan Fawley (USA) PARK PLACE DEALERSHIPS

 

 

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