The 2019 UCI Masters Cyclocross World Championships took place last weekend in Mol, Belgium on the days leading up to the Elite Zilvermeercross.

As in past years, a number of North Americans made the pilgrimage to the Motherland of Cyclocross for the race at the sandy venue. This year, a number of North Americans brought home podium finishes.

Lilian Pfluke, who lives in France, finished 2nd in the Women’s 60-64 race; Patricia Konantz of Canada took the win and Tracy Lea of Maryland took third in the Women’s 65-69 race; and the timeless Julie Lockhart won the Women’s 75+ race. On the Men’s side, Matt Shriver finished second in the Men’s 40-44 race.

A run-down of results for American and Canadian riders is below. Please let us know in the comments if we missed anyone.

Full results are available online.

Women 40-44

7. Kerry Litka, New Hampshire
DNF. Gabi Van Pelt

Women 50-54

9. Melissa Paquette, Pennsylvania

Women 55-59

7. Teresa Jarzemkoski, Kansas

Women 60-64

2. Lilian Pfluke
4. Susan Bernatas, Idaho
6. Christine Snyder, Kansas

Women 65-69

1. Patricia Konantz, Canada
3. Tracy Lea, Maryland

Women 70+

1. Julie Lockhart, Massachusetts

Men 40-44

2. Matt Shriver

Men 45-59

20. Leigh Quilliams, Quebec

Men 50-54

14. Jean-Francois Blais, Quebec
18. Lorenzo Caterini, Canada
40. Christopher Langer, California

Men 55-59

5. Emilio Cervantes, California
31. Robert Orange, Quebec
41. James Shown, Kansas

Men 60-64

11. Jay Thornton, California
14. Harry Hamilton, New Jersey

Men 65-69

12. Dale Sargent, Missouri
15. Richard Bauch, New Jersey

Men 70-74

7. Rob Ogren, Minnesota

Men 75+

7. Robert Lea, Maryland