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2013 Cyclocross National Championships
Race Reports:

Race reports are updated all day as we get in results, photos and video interviews, so keep checking back!

Wednesday, January 9th 2013
B-Race Results: Races for Weekend Warriors: Full Results
Singlespeed Women: Studley repeats last year’s dominance
Singlespeed Men: Craig solos to the win with a two minute lead

Thursday, January 10th 2013
Masters Men 60-64, 65-69 and 70+: Master’s Men 60-64 is Townsend, 65-69 is Pizzini, 70+ is Schmid
Masters Women 55-59 and 60-plus: Masters Women 55-59 is Sarvary, 60+ Goes to Ostenso
Masters Women 45-49 and 50-54: Shannon Gibson Wins Masters Women 45-49; Karen Brems Takes 50-54
Masters Women 40-44: Sue Butler Takes the Win
Masters Men 55-59: Bob Downs is New Masters Men 55-59 National Champion
Masters Men 50-54: Steve Tilford Continues Reign

Friday, January 11th 2013
Masters Men 45-49: Don Myrah Retains National Title
Courtney Comer Sprints to Junior Women 13-14 Win
White and Noble take Junior Women 15-16 and 17-18
Thomas Francisco Takes Last-Minute Win in Nationals Junior Men 10-12; Katie Clouse Dominates Junior Women 10-12
Junior Men 13-14 – Stephenson Takes the Win
Gage Hecht wins Juniors Men 15-16
Masters Women 30-34: Studley Doubles Up and Takes Second Race of the Week
Corey Coogan Cisek Overtakes Amanda Carey for Masters Women 35-39 Win

Saturday, January 12th 2013
Masters Men 40-44: Pete Webber Takes the Win
Junior Men 17-18: Logan Owen Makes it Eight Straight With Another Junior National Championship
Collegiate Women, D1 and D2: From A to Z: Antonneau and Zaveta are D1 and D2 Women’s Collegiate National Champions
U23 Men: U23 Nationals: Yannick Eckmann Steals the Show, Andrew Dillman Second
Masters Men 35-39: Russell Stevenson Wins His First National Championship in 35-39 Masters
Masters Men 30-34: Matt Shriver Overcomes Disastrous Start to Win Men 30-34 National Championship – Updated: Photo Gallery, Results

Sunday, January 13th 2013
Collegiate Men D2: Rimmer Takes the Win
Collegiate Men D1: Kerry Werner Makes Good After Tough U23 Race to Win D1 Collegiate National Championship
Elite and U23 Women: Nine in a Row: Compton Crushes Elite Women’s Race, Antonneau Keeps U23 Title
Elite Men: Don’t Turn the Page Yet: Jonathan Page Adds Fourth National Championship



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Get Race Ready:

2013 Nationals Key Players:

  • Jeremy Powers (Team Rapha-Focus) showing relief and disbelief as he finally wins the Elite Men National Cyclocross Championship. ©Tim Westmore

    Jeremy Powers (Team Rapha-Focus) showing relief and disbelief as he finally wins the Elite Men National Cyclocross Championship. ©Tim Westmore

    Current National Champion Jeremy Powers is arguably the obvious choice for the men’s race, with his dominant season at the USGPs and seventh place in Plzen. Will all the travel prove too much for the racer, or will he take another win?

  • Ryan Trebon has been having a great season on his new team, and after some great results at the USGPs, he’s definitely a contender. Bonus: living in Bend, Oregon, has him used to chilly temperatures, so the weather in Madison might work to his advantage.
  • Speaking of the Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld team, Tim Johnson started the season slow but started bringing in the wins as it wore on. After winning the last day in Bend at the USGP in a solo breakaway that happened early on in the race, it seems like he’s only getting better.
  • And on the topic of “old man power” (in the best way possible!), Jonathan Page is making a Nationals appearance! His great placing at Namur that kicked of Christmas Week of Cyclocross in Belgium shows that the dark horse American-in-Europe rider might have a few tricks up his sleeve.
  • Powers’ teammate Zach McDonald is always a potential threat as well. With a fifth place at Nationals last year and a dominant win in the U23 race, it’s obvious that Madison agrees with him.
  • We’ve heard rumors that Danny Summerhill will take a break from training camp with his new team, United Healthcare, to race, and with a new team to impress and make press for, he’ll be gunning for a podium slot for sure.

    Compton tries for eight in a row, with everyone else trying for their first title. 2012 Cyclocross National Championships, Elite Women. © Cyclocross Magazine

    Compton tries for eight in a row, with everyone else trying for their first title. 2012 Cyclocross National Championships, Elite Women. © Cyclocross Magazine

  • For the women, there’s one that stands above the rest: Katie Compton has been on fire with her new team this year, and the question isn’t, “will she win Nationals” so much as “how far ahead of second place will she be?” barring any major mechanicals or injuries.
  • However, the field behind her is just getting stronger. Meredith Miller came back from a broken hand to take 11th in Namur last weekend, an amazing result for the racer. If she brings that performance to Nationals, she’s got podium potential, for sure.
  • Of course, there’s always Bronze Medalist Georgia Gould to contend with. While Georgia hasn’t been able to snag any USGP wins, her strength and skill are unquestionable, and on a great day, she could prove a challenge for Compton.
  • Nicole Duke’s new team seems to be doing great things for the racer, and her focus on grabbing a spot on the Worlds team is singular. Her third place at Nationals last year met her goals, and we’re guessing she’s hoping for the same – or better – this year.
  • Kaitie Antonneau, second place at Nationals last year, has been having a great year as well, and can be counted on to have a great collegiate race at Nationals, hopefully followed by another great showing in the elite race the following day. Maybe the hard racing on Saturday opens the legs up for Sunday!
  • Stay tuned for more rider profiles in the coming days!

A word from our Mechanical Monday Expert, Chandler Snyder:
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