Katie Compton Leads UCI Cyclocross Rankings – Corrected

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Katie Compton leading the UCI rankings and the World Cup. by Mark Legg-Compton

Katie Compton leading the UCI rankings and the World Cup. by Mark Legg-Compton

Correction:  Compton actually led the UCI rankings two seasons ago. She’s the first American to do so, but it’s the second time she’s been in that position.

Katie Compton (Planet Bike) leads the UCI cyclocross points rankings released Oct 20th, 2009. Compton’s lead is attributed to her dominant win at the first round of the Cyclocross World Cup in Treviso, Italy.

Compton padded her lead with six other wins this season, making it a perfect seven wins from seven starts. Compton, will resume her racing after a brief rest at her home in Colorado Springs, Colorado with the Blue Sky race in Boulder, Colorado at the end of the month before leaving for Europe to resume her World Cup campaign.

Compton is the first American to achieve number one status, but it’s the second time she’s reached that honor.Katie believes she can defend her lead in both the World Cup overall and the UCI overall points lead until the end of the season. “It’s a great start to the season and I’m really motivated to win the World Cup overall for my new sponsor, Planet Bike,” Compton said. “The fitness is good and the bike is dialed in.”

Behind Compton sits Daphny van den Brand and Christel Ferrier-Braneau. Natasha Elliott leads the other North Americans in ninth, and Maureen Bruno-Roy in 12th.

On the men’s side, Niels Albert maintains his top ranking, with Zdenek Stybar in second. Sven Nys jumped from 127th to sixth. Compton’s teammate Jonathan Page leads North Americans in 11th, with Jeremy Powers in lucky 13th.

UCI Rankings below:

Elite Women:

Rank Name Nation Age* Points
1 (1) Katherine COMPTON United States 32 420
2 (2) Daphny VAN DEN BRAND Netherlands 32 280
3 (3) Christel FERRIER-BRUNEAU France 31 240
4 (4) Sanne VAN PAASSEN Netherlands 22 193
5 (5) Pavla HAVLIKOVA Czech Republic 27 185
6 (6) Helen WYMAN Great Britain 29 176
7 (7) Caroline MANI France 23 162
8 (8) Katrin LEUMANN Switzerland 28 140
9 (16) Natasha ELLIOTT Canada 32 130
10 (9) Elisabeth BRANDAU Germany 25 120
11 (10) Sanne CANT Belgium 20 120
12 (14) Maureen BRUNO ROY United States 35 120
13 (20) Laura VAN GILDER United States 46 118
14 (17) Susan BUTLER United States 39 115
15 (11) Eva LECHNER Italy 25 100
16 (13) Nadia TRIQUET-CLAUDE France 32 100
17 (12) Jana KYPTOVA Czech Republic 25 95
18 (15) Joyce VANDERBEKEN Belgium 26 89
19 (28) Katerina NASH Czech Republic 33 85
20 (36) Georgia GOULD United States 30 76
21 (41) Deidre WINFIELD United States 34 75
22 (18) Rosa Maria BRAVO SOBA Spain 34 70
23 (19) Veronica ALESSIO Italy 23 65
24 (23) Rebecca WELLONS United States 33 65
25 (21) Saskia ELEMANS Netherlands 33 64
26 (24) Lucie CHAINEL LEFEVRE France 27 59
27 (22) Gabriella DAY Great Britain 26 57
28 (25) Linda VAN RIJEN Netherlands 22 56
29 (35) Stefania VECCHIO Italy 20 51
30 (38) Amanda CAREY United States 32 50
31 (26) Francesca CUCCINIELLO Italy 26 48
32 (27) Camille DARCEL France 25 47
33 (47) Amy DOMBROSKI United States 23 47
34 (45) Alison SYDOR Canada 44 46
35 (29) Evelyn STAFFLER Italy 26 44
36 (32) Vicki THOMAS Canada 38 44
37 (30) Suzie GODART Luxembourg 48 42
38 (-) Linda SONE United States 38 42
39 (51) Andrea SMITH United States 32 41
40 (31) Elke RIEDL Austria 39 40

Elite Men:

Rank Name Nation Age* Points
1 (1) Niels ALBERT Belgium 24 760
2 (2) Zdenek STYBAR Czech Republic 25 625
3 (4) Klaas VANTORNOUT Belgium 28 435
4 (7) Francis MOUREY France 30 370
5 (3) Martin BINA Czech Republic 27 362
6 (127) Sven NYS Belgium 34 342
7 (5) Christian HEULE Switzerland 35 314
8 (19) Kevin PAUWELS Belgium 26 306
9 (11) Gerben DE KNEGT Netherlands 35 270
10 (10) Erwin VERVECKEN Belgium 38 257
11 (8) Jonathan PAGE United States 34 250
12 (6) Petr DLASK Czech Republic 34 247
13 (13) Jeremy POWERS United States 27 239
14 (18) Bart AERNOUTS Belgium 28 225
15 (22) Enrico FRANZOI Italy 28 212
16 (14) James DRISCOLL United States 24 206
17 (16) Robert GAVENDA Slovakia 22 202
18 (12) Martin ZLAMALIK Czech Republic 28 197
19 (9) Kamil AUSBUHER Czech Republic 35 194
20 (41) Timothy JOHNSON United States 33 182
21 (66) Radomir SIMUNEK Czech Republic 27 181
22 (17) Thijs AL Netherlands 30 163
23 (25) Ryan TREBON United States 29 155
24 (26) Jan VERSTRAETEN Belgium 32 146
25 (24) Laurent COLOMBATTO France 32 143
26 (15) Steve CHAINEL France 27 135
27 (29) Ondrej BAMBULA Czech Republic 23 121
28 (20) Christopher JONES United States 31 121
29 (35) Dieter VANTHOURENHOUT Belgium 25 119
30 (23) Sven VANTHOURENHOUT Belgium 29 116
31 (38) Thijs VAN AMERONGEN Netherlands 24 106
32 (86) Barry WICKS United States 29 105
33 (21) Lubomir PETRUS Czech Republic 20 103
34 (31) Eddy VAN IJZENDOORN Netherlands 25 103
35 (40) Zdenek MLYNAR Czech Republic 34 99
36 (28) Dan TIMMERMAN United States 30 97
37 (32) Mariusz GIL Poland 27 96
38 (37) Milan BARENYI Slovakia 36 96
39 (30) Davide FRATTINI Italy 32 85
40 (53) Johannes SICKMUELLER Germany 28 84

 

 

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2 comments
Cyclocross Maga
Cyclocross Maga

Thanks Christine, good catch! mark remembered, said it was two seasons ago though.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Last year Katie led the UCI points ranking. She even wore the points leader blue skinsuit in one of the world cups.
Best, Christine

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