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By: Velonews  09-12-2011

  • By Corey Keizer
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 11:58 PM UTC

Corey Keizer captures day two of the

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 10:32 PM UTC

Men

  • 1. Ben Berden (BEL), Ops Ale-Stoemper, 59:38
  • 2. Tim Johnson (USA), Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 59:54
  • 3. Chris Jones (USA), Rapha-Focus, 59:54
  • 4. Chris Sheppard (CAN), Rocky Mountain Bicycles Shimano, 59:54
  • 5. Cody Kaiser (USA), California Giant-Specialized, 1:00:13

Women

  • 1. Meredith Miller (USA), Cal Giant-Specialized, 35:44
  • 2. Sue Butler (USA), River City Bicycles-Ridley, 35:53
  • 3. Nicole Duke (USA), Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld-Spy, 35:56
  • 4. Julie Krasniak (FRA), Rapha-Focus, 36:04
  • 5. Devon Gorry (USA), Team Rambuski Law, 37:10
  • By Natalia Boltukhova
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 7:49 PM UTC

Natalia Boltukhova shoots the finale to the inaugural Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 6:54 PM UTC

Men

  • 1. Christian Heule, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:02:53
  • 2. Jamey Driscoll, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:02:54
  • 3. Luke Keough, Champion System-Keough Cyclocross, 1:03:18
  • 4. Dylan Mcnicholas, Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:03:18
  • 5. Mike Garrigan, Lapierre Canada, 1:03:20

Women

  • 1. Andrea Smith, LadiesFirst Racing, 37:59
  • 2. Sally Annis, Crossresults.com-JRA Cycles, 38:01
  • 3. Laura Van Gilder, C3-Mellow Mushroom, 38:01
  • 4. Crystal Anthony, LadiesFirst Racing, 38:02
  • 5. Maureen Bruno Roy, Team Bob’s Red Mill-Seven Cycles, 38:05
  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 6:54 PM UTC
  • Updated

Laura Van Gilder (C3-Mellow Mushroom) and Luke Keough (Champion System-Keough Cyclocross) on Sunday clinched the overall titles in the inaugural Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series presented by Verge

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Dec 4th 2011 4:02 PM UTC

Men

  • 1. Christoph Pfingsten (Ger), 1:02:08
  • 2. Sascha Weber (Ger), 1:02:29
  • 3. David Kasek (Cze), 1:02:34
  • 4. Jan Nesvadba (Cze), 1:03:03
  • 5. Simon Zahner (Sui), 1:03:15

Women

  • 1. Marianne Vos (Ned), 39:13
  • 2. Lucie Chainel-Lefevre (Fra), 40:36
  • 3. Hanka Kupfernagel (Ger), 40:41
  • 4. Sabrina Schweizer (Ger), 40:58
  • 5. Pauline Ferrand Prevot (Fra), 41:32
    • By Corey Keizer
    • Published Dec 4th 2011 11:24 AM UTC

    Corey Keizer shoots day one of the

    • By VeloNews.com
    • Published Dec 4th 2011 10:41 AM UTC
    • Updated

    Men

    • 1. Tim Johnson, (USA), Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 59:24.213
    • 2. Ben Berden, (BEL), Ops Ale-Stoemper, 59:34.482
    • 3. Chris Jones, (USA), Rapha-Focus, 59:40.525
    • 4. Chris Sheppard, (CAN), Rocky Mountain Bicycles Shimano, 1:00:03.887
    • 5. Allen Krughoff, (USA), Boulder Cycle Sport, 1:00:23.232

    Women

    • 1. Meredith Miller, (USA), Cal Giant-Specialized, 40:47.325
    • 2. Sue Butler, (USA), River City Bicycles-Ridley, 40:52.964
    • 3. Julie Krasniak, (FRA), Rapha-Focus, 41:20.874
    • 4. Devon Gorry, (USA), Team Rambuski Law, 42:07.401
    • 5. Katherine Sherwin, (USA), Stan’s NoTubes Elite Cyclocross Team, 42:07.916
    • By VeloNews.com
    • Published Dec 4th 2011 10:03 AM UTC
    • Updated

    Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Revor) finally shed himself of rival Sven Nys (Landbouwkrediet) and soloed to victory on Saturday as the cyclocross World Cup came to Igorre, Spain

    • By VeloNews.com
    • Published Dec 4th 2011 9:37 AM UTC
    • Updated

    World Cup-Igorre

    • 1. Kevin Pauwels (BEL), Sunweb-Revor, at 1:02:31
    • 2. Sven Nys (BEL), Landbouwkrediet, at 0:45
    • 3. Tom Meeusen (BEL), Telenet-Fidea, at 0:59
    • 4. Bart Aernouts (BEL), Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team, at 1:06
    • 5. Zdenek Stybar (CZE), Quick Step Cycling Team, at 1:26
    • By Natalia Boltukhova
    • Published Dec 3rd 2011 9:18 PM UTC

    Natalia Boltukhova shoots day one of the NBX Grand Prix in Rhode Island

    • By VeloNews.com
    • Published Dec 3rd 2011 8:11 PM UTC
    • Updated

    Men

    • 1. Luke Keough, Champion System-Keough Cyclocross, 1:01:49
    • 2. Christian Heule, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld, 1:01:50
    • 3. Jamey Driscoll, Cannondale Cyclocrossworld, 1:01:51
    • 4. Dylan Mcnicholas, Cyclocrossworld.com, 1:01:52
    • 5. Jerome Townsend, Smartstop-Mockorangebikes, 1:01:58

    Women

    • 1. Andrea Smith, LadiesFirst Racing, 37:05
    • 2. Laura Van Gilder, C3-Mellow Mushroom, 37:06
    • 3. Sally Annis, Crossresults.com-JRA Cycles, 37:06
    • 4. Crystal Anthony, LadiesFirst Racing, 37:11
    • 5. Elle Anderson, LadiesFirst Racing, 37:29


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