The 2015 Cyclocross World Championships are over, and many racers are already on their way back to the States. Thanks to the nature of social media, it’s now easy for racers to tell their own Worlds story before they head back home.
For those of you not glued to every social media channel and not following the entire 23-rider team, We’ve got a round-up of some of the Team USA racers’ recent social media posts for you below.
That's it, seasons a wrap. Today wasn't what I expected or wanted, but I'm not going to complain. Thank you all for the support this season
— Jeremy Powers (@JeremyPowers) February 1, 2015
Finished 15th at the World Championships today! Made up a lot of ground from around 25th after some… http://t.co/UeeIf1jE0c
— Logan Owen (@logansowen) February 1, 2015
Bummed out to not finish the race today. Two flats and some other stuff. Never hit the ground though! pic.twitter.com/hNPogvma6y
— stephen hyde (@stephenthyde) February 1, 2015
An emotional race in Tabor. Definitely the hardest race i have ever done. So much support and love for my family… http://t.co/fBb07yVCK0
— Jonathan Page (@thejonathanpage) February 2, 2015
Felt good to finish the season with a 19th at the World Championships. Lots of hard work put in by @cdalecxworld and @usacycling to help make this happen. Now… looking forward to some down-time before ramping it up on the road with Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies! #CXWorlds Photo credit to @crystaljanthony.
— UCI_Cyclocross (@UCI_CX) February 1, 2015
Final cx race as a junior. Can't say I am happy with my result but considering my season I can't be upset. Time to kick back and watch!
— Coop Willsey (@CooperWillsey) January 31, 2015
Gavin Haley prior to the World Championship racing:
— Gavin T. Haley (@Hoppin_Haley) January 29, 2015