Second World Cup of 2011 this Sunday in Tabor, Czech Republic

Pin It

The 2011 World Cup season started last weekend, with Compton and Nys taking the first wins of the season. The racing continues this Sunday in the Czech Republic, this time at the site of 2010 Worlds, Tabor. Back in 2010, Katie Compton was sidelined by leg cramps and couldn’t race in Tabor, and this year she won’t be in attendance because she’ll be attending her brother’s wedding, leaving the field wide open for some of her competitors to snag those points. And while Nys took the win in a sprint finish last weekend, for Americans, the real victory was seeing Jeremy Powers crack the top ten.

This week, there are eleven Americans starting: six women, four men, and one U23 racer.

We’ll be catching up with some of the racers — both US and Euro — after this weekend’s race to see how their early season US races stacked up against the Czech World Cups.

Stay tuned for our race coverage, and for now, take a look at the course map and start lists.

Map of the Tabor World Cup course.

Elite Men’s Start List:

Five men from the US will start the race: Johnson, Powers, Driscoll, Page and Jones.

Five men from the US will start the race: Johnson, Powers, Driscoll, Page and Jones.

Elite Women’s Start List:

Miller, Dombroski, Duke, Bruno Roy, Sherwin and Vardaros will be the US women racing in Tabor.

Miller, Dombroski, Duke, Bruno Roy, Sherwin and Vardaros will be the US women racing in Tabor.

U23 Start List:

Zach McDonald is the only U23 US racer to start this weekend.

Zach McDonald is the only U23 US racer to start this weekend.

 

 

Cyclocross Magazine, Issue 22, Print and digital subscriptionsHave you subscribed yet? You're missing out if not. Get all-original content and your cyclocross fix throughout the year with a subscription and Issue 23 back copy, with features on Lars van der Haar, Jonathan Page, Elle Anderson and more!
Tagged as: , , , ,
0 comments

Stay up to date:

Search for a product, review, race or racer:

Visit these cx-loving companies:





Become a CXM Supporter:

Like the content on cxmagazine.com? We're just a tiny two full-time person operation with big aspirations. Help us continue to bring you awesome cx content: Become a CXM supporter today:

Polls

What do you do in the off-season?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Support CXM at no extra cost to you: