There were many beautiful and memorable moments at the 2017 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, and on top of our reports and photography from every title race and mix of live in-race and post-race Instagram photos we’ve showcased some great photo galleries that have brought some of these moments to your screens (See David Mable’s Day 1 gallery, Daghan Perker’s weekend gallery, and Jeff Curtes’ Sunday gallery).

Next up is the excellent long-time Cyclocross Magazine contributing photographer Cathy Fegan-Kim with her photo essay from the weekend’s racing. Have a look at a few of our favorites below, with a full slideshow gallery at the bottom.

Our 2017 Cyclocross National Championship coverage is still continuing with bike profiles, behind-the-scenes stories and photo galleries. See the 80+ stories here.

The snow and spirit showed up for the weekend of racing. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

The snow and spirit showed up for the weekend of racing. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

There was much talk of “Will she make it the a baker's dozen?” Katie Compton’s (KFC Racing p/b Trek/Panache) finesse, technical skills and power made the Hartford course look easy. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Women. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

There was much talk of “Will she make it the a baker’s dozen?” Katie Compton’s (KFC Racing p/b Trek/Panache) finesse, technical skills and power made the Hartford course look easy. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Women. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

The future is here. These young champions took on a difficult course and inspired adults. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Junior Women 11-12. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

The future is here. These young champions took on a difficult course and inspired adults. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Junior Women 11-12. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

A little girl with a pink phone and a big smile snaps a photo of Katie Compton as she flies by. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Women. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Inspiring the next generation: A little girl with a pink phone and a big smile snaps a photo of Katie Compton as she flies by. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Women. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Anything can happen in a cyclocross race. Stephen Hyde slipped off the trail on the first lap, losing his lead spot while Yannick Eckmann took the low line and hypotenuse to grab the lead. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Anything can happen in a cyclocross race. Stephen Hyde slipped off the trail on the first lap, losing his lead spot while Yannick Eckmann took the low line and hypotenuse to grab the lead. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Jamey Driscoll gives his baby daughter a kiss at the finish line. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Jamey Driscoll gives his baby daughter a kiss at the finish line. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Elite Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

More cowbells, perfected. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

More cowbells, perfected. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Heartbreak = Maxx Chance’s phenomenal race. He was on fire and battled in the lead group throughout the race. At the final lap he dropped his chain. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Men’s U23. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

Heartbreak = Maxx Chance’s phenomenal race. He was on fire and battled in the lead group throughout the race. At the final lap he dropped his chain. 2017 Cyclocross National Championship, Men’s U23. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

2017 Cyclocross National Championships Weekend in Photos – A Gallery by Cathy Fegan-Kim

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The crowds came prepared with good ski attire, beanies, waterproof shoes & vuvuzelas for some serious heckling and cheering at the Bonk Breaker Hill. Cyclocross National Championship, Singlespeed Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

The crowds came prepared with good ski attire, beanies, waterproof shoes & vuvuzelas for some serious heckling and cheering at the Bonk Breaker Hill. Cyclocross National Championship, Singlespeed Men. © C. Fegan-Kim / Cyclocross Magazine

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