On Saturday, the biggest cyclocross race the US has ever seen happened in Louisville, Kentucky. Reports announced that 9700 people in total swarmed on Eva Bandman Park and Cyclocross Venue to witness history in the making: the first ever non-European World Championships of Cyclocross was here. We spent the races running around cheering for our favorite racers, but after each race, we were hunting down the top racers and the US riders to hear their takes on the course, the race and the crowds. Below, we have a collection of some of our favorites, with more to come!

Sven Nys wins his second Elite World Championship over Klaas Vantornout in Louisville, KY. © Nathan Hofferber

Sven Nys wins his second Elite World Championship over Klaas Vantornout in Louisville, KY. © Nathan Hofferber

ELITE MEN

Interview with Tim Johnson:

Interview with Jonathan Page:

Interviews with Jamey Driscoll:

Interview with Jeremy Powers:

Interview with Geoff Kabush:

Katie Compton overcame a difficult first lap to claw up to second place © Cathy Fegan-Kim

Katie Compton overcame a difficult first lap to claw up to second place © Cathy Fegan-Kim

ELITE WOMEN

Interview with Georgia Gould:

Interview with Amy Dombroski:

Interview with Marianne Vos:

Interview with Annie Last:

Interview with Kaitie Antonneau:

 

Zach McDonald battled Michael van der Heijden for a top ten finish for much of the race. © Cyclocross Magazine

Zach McDonald battled Michael van der Heijden for a top ten finish for much of the race. © Cyclocross Magazine

U23 Men

Interview with Zach McDonald:

Mathieu van der Poel was uncontested start to finish © Nathan Hofferber

Mathieu van der Poel was uncontested start to finish © Nathan Hofferber

Junior Men

Interview with Logan Owen:

Stay tuned as more interviews are posted!

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.

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