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Team USA battled with the best but finished far from the podium across the weekend of racing at the UCI world cyclocross championships.
Madigan Munro was the best of the U.S. cycling contingent, with 11th in the U23 women’s race.
National champions Curtis White and Clara Honsinger finished 27th and 16th in the elite races.
There were high hopes for the junior men’s race, with six riders at the start line. Daniel English battled through traffic to finish 13th in a crash-filled race.
1. Leo Bisiaux (FRA) 43:48
2. Senna Remijn (NED) +0:11 3. Yordi Corsus (BEL) +0:17 13. English (USA) +1:02 16. Thompson (USA) +1:27 20. White (USA) +1:31 21. Mattern (USA) +1:39 22. August (USA) +1:41 29. Stokes (USA) +2:19 U23 women: Munro close to best The U23 women’s race had 32 riders with 14 nations represented. Lizzy Gunsalus had a front row start with Madigan Munro just behind, both racing for Team USA. Munro got caught in a crash on lap one, but she picked off riders one by one to make her way through the pack and finish 11th. U23 women: 1. Shirin van Androoij (NED) 45:53 2. Zoe Backstedt (GBR) +0:33 3. Kristyna Zemanova (CZE) +1:32 11. Munro (USA) +3:40 15. Gunsalus (USA) +4:16 Elite Men: White the lone starter Curtis White (Delanson, N.Y.; Steve Tilford […]
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