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The 2019 Cyclocross World Championships might be over, but our coverage isn’t. Today we’ve got a gallery of the Americans from the Elite Women from Team USA.

We do our best to capture every American competitor at the World Championships, and it’s not for images to sit on memory cards or hard drives.

It’s so that fans, friends and families of the racers and the racers themselves have published memories of competing on the world’s highest stage.

While not every American gets featured in the race report’s photos or gets TV camera time, if we have an image of them racing, it might as well have a chance to be seen.

Our gallery of the Team USA Junior Men is here, and U23 Men here. Today, we’ve got images of the Americans in the thrilling Elite Women’s race.

Sammi Runnels took in her first Worlds and finished 30th.

Sammi Runnels. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Sammi Runnels. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Ellen Noble kept pushing after a slow start to finish 21st.

2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © Cyclocross Magazine

2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © Cyclocross Magazine

Katie Compton, last year’s silver medalist, started well but suffered from her husband called “cement legs” as well as allergies. She ended up 34th.

2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © Cyclocross Magazine

2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © Cyclocross Magazine

Kaitie Keough rode in the lead pack for a while and finished seventh.

Kaitie Keough. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Kaitie Keough. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Rebecca Fahringer turned in consistent laps and finished 16th.

Rebecca Fahringer. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Rebecca Fahringer. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

See our gallery of the Elite Women below.

All Elite Women’s images from Worlds, with many more than just the gallery below, are available for license/purchase through our photo site here. Stay tuned for all our images from the Elite Women, U23 Women and Elite Men’s races of Team USA.

Pick up a print or digital download, have a lifetime memory, and support our coverage in a way that a photo credit doesn’t. Contact us if you need a full resolution file.

For more from Bogense, see our 2019 Bogense World Championships page.

Team USA Elite Women Photo Gallery, 2019 Cyclocross World Championships:

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Kaitie Keough. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

Kaitie Keough. Elite Women. 2019 Cyclocross World Championships, Bogense, Denmark. © K. Keeler / Cyclocross Magazine

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