Europeans dominate USCX’s first weekend at Go Cross – 2022 Series Standings – Cyclocross Magazine

the first USCX The weekend concluded the cyclocross series and it was a European domination.

Caroline Mane defends another year

Caroline Mane (Alpha Groove Silverthorne) took first place on both days. with Victory last yearShe managed to defend her title for another year. Raylyn Nuss (Steve Tilford Foundation Racing) finished second on both days. Austin Kelips (Nice Bikes) got close to the podium on both days as well.

2022 Go Cross results first day for elite women

2022 Go Cross Day 1 Elite Women’s Result

2022 Go Cross Day 2 Elite Women’s Results

2022 Go Cross Day 2 Elite Women’s Result

Current USCX Women’s Elite Ranking

After dominating the first event, Caroline Mane took first place with a total of 90 points. Saturday’s UCI C1 win was worth 50 points, while Sunday’s C2 was worth 40 points.

Raylene Noss is close with a total of 74, followed by Austin Kelps at 66. With Rochester coming next oneWill Mane be able to defend her position?

USCX Cyclocross Series current standings after Go Cross – Elite Women

place Or not else Team the total 1 2
1 Caroline mani Alpha Grove Silverthorn 90 50 40
2 Raylene hazelnut Steve Telford Racing Foundation 74 42 32
3 Austin Kills beautiful bikes 66 38 28
4 Caitlin Bernstein beautiful bikes 55 34 21
5 Lizzie Gonsalos 50 26 24
6 Emily Werner Ken bike shop 48 30 18
6 I Migal Comp Edge Racing 48 28 20
8 Hana Erensmann Ignition p/b Rigd-Leitner 46 24 22
9 Lauren Zwerner Alpha Bicycle Company – Silverthorne Grove 44 25 19
10 I Durovsky Orion Racing p / b Borah Teamwear 40 23 17
11 clementine Nixon 36 20 16
12 exaggerated Rochet Specialized Sports / Feedback 33 32 1
13 Kira Warranty Blue competition courses p/b Build 32 17 15th
14 Jennifer Owner Paradise Garage Racing p / b Smanie 31 18 13
15th Rachel Robin beautiful bikes 27 19 8
15th Christina Hosenfeld Party for one p/b sad oatmeal 27 16 11
17 Sioban Kelly black dog race 25 15th 10
18 Ferrell Josens VG . Racing 24 10 14
18 Brit Mason Knobby by nature 24 22 2
18 Cassidy Qibla sign Blue competition courses p/b Build 24 12 12
21 Marlis Michias Garcia TWENTY24 Pro Cycling Team 21 21
21 Elizabeth sheldon CXHAIRS Devo: Journey Bikes 21 14 7
23 Alison Crowe Orion Racing 20 11 9
24 Emily Leonard Ignition p/b Rigd-Leitner 19 13 6
25 Sarah Larson Stamina V3 12 7 5
26 Rachel Jordan Carytown Bicycle Company p / b Brambly Park 10 8 2
27 Vanessa Thomson vitorx 9 5 4
27 Chelsea win it NCVC / UnitedHealthcare 9 9
29 Irene Gordon Rare diseases cycling 8 6 2
30 Karen Talleymead Cardinal’s bike 6 3 3
30 Hana Dixon sycamore courses 6 3 3
30 Victoria Glasgow Team EPS p/b Brielle Cyclery 6 3 3

Vincent Paysteins steals the title from Curtis White

Vincent Baestaens (Spits CX Team) beat current US National Champion Eric Brunner (p/b Build blue competition courses) and Last year’s winnerCurtis White (Steve Telford Foundation Racing).

Brunner finished second on both days. Kerry Werner (The Kona Adventure Team) finished third on day one and Curtis White on day two.

2022 Go Cross Day 1 Elite Men نتائج Results

2022 Go Cross Day 1 Elite Men نتيجة Result

2022 Go Cross Day 2 Elite Men نتائج Results

2022 Go Cross Day 2 Elite Men نتيجة Result

Current USCX Men’s Elite standings

Vincent Bastien started the season strong with his last lap victories to take his first two races. Eric Brunner follows closely at 74 with Keri Werner at 62. Will the Bastians be able to defend his position in Rochester?

See the full standings after two races below.

Current USCX 2/8 – Elite Men

place Or not else Team the total 1 2
1 Vincent Monster Spits CX Team 90 50 40
2 Eric Brunner Blue competition courses p/b Build 74 42 32
3 Keri Werner Kona Adventure Team 62 38 24
4 Curtis white Steve Telford Foundation 60 32 28
5 Mikhail Van den Ham Giant x Easton 56 34 22
6 caleb Schwartz Giant / ENVE 51 30 21
7 Andrew Dillman Ignition p/b Rigd-Leitner 46 26 20
8 joules Van Kempin Alpha Bike Company – Silverthorne Grove 44 25 19
9 Tyler Clark CHC Armada 40 24 16
10 daxton false Hair CX 39 22 17
11 brann Repair Fix Racing 35 23 12
12 Dillon McNeil CX Herz Defoe: Bike Trek 33 19 14
12 kodi Scott Canada’s Giant Off-Road Team 33 20 13
14 Marcus Shelton bearing CX 32 17 15th
15th Andrew stromer CX Herz Defoe: Bike Trek 31 28 3
16 Jonathan Anderson UCI Weight: J moneyz Factory Racing 30 21 9
17 Marker Miles MM Racing p / b Be Real Sports 29 18 11
18 Toxic brouwn Alpha Bicycle Company – Silverthorne Grove 26 16 10
19 Tyler nail maker TCCX 21 13 8
20 Scott Funstone Blue competition courses p/b Build 20 2 18
21 Andrew Lost weight PSCX Team 19 14 5
22 Brian issue Linear Sports Racing 18 15th 3
23 The son of Frederick Little Monsters Project pb Ornot / Ritchey 17 11 6
24 Frederick Boy Wagon Broom Workshop 15th 12 3
25 Patrick sincere JAM / NCC 13 10 3
25 Mulally Kevin JAM / NCC 13 6 7
27 Owen Brennemann CXHAIRS Devo: Journey Bikes 12 9 3
28 Brody McDonald PSCX Team 11 8 3
29 William Harden Project Echelon Racing 10 7 3
30 Jared paper clip SEAVS / Haymarket 8 5 3
31 Andrew Wolfkolh lobster rock courses 7 4 3
31 Nathan Knowles ProTerra Racing 7 3 4
33 Mikhail Larson 6 3 3
33 Christopher sneezing JAM / NCC 6 3 3
33 Nicholas Lando Competitive Edge Racing 6 3 3
33 Trevor rap RSCX – Cottage Industries 6 3 3
33 Noah Hayes rock lobster 6 3 3
33 john O’Confuss Freewheelin Community Bikes 6 3 3
33 Marker Hewitt JAM / NCC 6 3 3
33 Christopher ragland Bell Lap Cycleworks / Fitter p / b Dogwood Cycleworx 6 3 3
33 Eden a path Competitive Edge Racing 6 3 3
33 run out swinand PSCX Team 6 3 3
33 John Timothy kretzler smart cycle 6 3 3
44 Lucas Livermon Bell Lap / Fitter p / b Dogwood Cycleworx 5 3 2
44 Lucas sterwalt ProTerra Racing 5 3 2
46 Andrew sincere California team 4 2 2
46 Rayan McDonald Team NovaScotia 4 3 1
48 Unknown Unknown 3 3
48 Theron English Toronto Hustle 3 2 1
48 Theodore the size Toronto Hustle 3 2 1
51 Matthew opposites Schmolke Cx . Team 2 1 1
51 Henry Allah Fort Louis College 2 1 1
51 Christian i hate 2 1 1
54 Alden Copley Ludwig Larsen 1 1

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