Mathieu van der Poel Dominates Junior Men’s Worlds, Owen Finishes Fourth – Updated: Full Results, Photo Gallery, Video Interviews

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Toupalik medaled while Owen suffered from mishaps and disappointment. 2013 Cyclocross World Championships, Junior Men. © Cyclocross Magazine

Toupalik medaled while Owen suffered from mishaps and disappointment. 2013 Cyclocross World Championships, Junior Men. © Cyclocross Magazine

“I dropped my chain, and I had to stop and put it back on, and it wrapped around,” he said. “It just kind of sucks when all of that happens. Once I was in that group, I just felt so strong. It was just a lot about luck and it just wasn’t my day today. I felt like I was one of the strongest guys out there today. My training was perfect, my bikes felt great … but I had to come from so far back just to get to where I was. It could have been better.”

Disappointed, he continued. “I feel like I let a lot of people down … but I did everything I could to be as fast as I could and I dealt with what I had. But it was a little too much for me to overcome.”

Fellow American racer Curtis White told us, “It was really good. My first lap was all right. My start could have been better, could have been worse. I started moving up, by the second lap I was 15th, and I was picking guys off one by one and getting into groups. I wanted top 10, but that’s close.”

Interview with Logan Owen:

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2013 Cyclocross World Championships Junior Men Photo Gallery:

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For all the latest news, results, photos and videos from the 2013 Cyclocross World Championships and Masters World Championships in Louisville, KY, keep checking our 2013 Cyclocross World Championships page.

2013 Junior 17-18 Cyclocross World Championship Results

1Mathieu VAN DER POELNED1840:47:00
2Martijn BUDDINGNED1841:44:00
3Adam TOUPALIKCZE1742:06:00
4Logan OWENUSA1842:10:00
5Nicolas CLEPPEBEL1842:12:00
6Dominic GRABSUI1842:20:00
7Yannick PEETERSBEL1742:25:00
8Quinten HERMANSBEL1842:34:00
9Ben BOETSBEL1842:49:00
10Leo VINCENTFRA1843:20:00
11Curtis WHITEUSA1843:30:00
12Richard JANSENNED1843:40:00
13Kobe GOOSSENSBEL1743:40:00
14Clement RUSSOFRA1844:07:00
15Karel POKORNYCZE1844:07:00
16Manuel TODAROITA1744:18:00
17Jake WOMERSLEYGBR1844:23:00
18Jack RAVENSCROFTGBR1744:33:00
19Peter DISERACAN1844:39:00
20Nadir COLLEDANIITA1844:50:00
21Marco K…NIGGER1845:01:00
22Gioele BERTOLINIITA1845:08:00
23Billy HARDINGGBR1745:11:00
24Jan VASTLCZE1845:25:00
25Maxx CHANCEUSA1745:45:00
26Adam KINGGBR1845:50:00
27David LOMBARDOUSA1745:51:00
28Trevor PEARSONCAN1845:59:00
29Elie GESBERTFRA1846:00:00
30Isaac NILESCAN1846:23:00
31Stephen BASSETTUSA18
33Yoshiki YAMADAJPN18

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