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CXLA Day One UCI Elite Report

NASH, DRISCOLL SEIZE CXLA DAY 1 by Phil Beckman PB Creative

NASH, DRISCOLL SEIZE CXLA DAY 1

Pro ‘cross racing returned to Los Angeles this weekend, for the first time at the Greek Theater in Griffith Park. Day 1 of CXLA was conducted under blue skies and dry, short-sleeve conditions on a 2.5km course featuring considerable climbing and enough technical trickiness to keep even the most savvy bike handlers on their toes.

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Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team) wasted little time jumping to the fore of the 20-rider UCI Elite Women’s field and was never headed in the 45-minute foray. At the conclusion of her six laps, Nash had more than a minute on Amanda Miller (Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo), who had gapped Courtenay McFadden (GE Capital/American Classic). Nicole Duke (Marin Bikes/Spy) and Emily Kachorek (Squid) rounded out the podium.
Jamie Driscoll (Raleigh/Clement) escaped a group of six that had formed at the front of the UCI Elite Men’s race around the halfway point of that hour-long event. Two laps later he was able to climb away to a solo lead on the course’s longest, hardest ascent. Adam Craig (Giant Factory Off-Road Team) and Ben Berden (Raleigh/Clement) got the better of Shawn Milne (Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo) to form the final chase group. Craig dropped Berden on the final lap, but both were well behind Driscoll, who cruised in with a 20-second cushion. Milne held on for fourth, with Cody Kaiser (LangeTwins/Specialized) completing the top five.
Saturday at CXLA also included a UCI-point-scoring Junior 17-18 event, captured by Liam Dunn (Clif Bar Development CX Team). Brannan Fix was runner-up, followed by Eric Brunner.
Photos by Philip Beckman/PB Creative
UCI Elite Women:
1. Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team)
2. Amanda Miller (Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo)
3. Courtenay McFadden (GE Capital/American Classic)
4. Nicole Duke (Marin Bikes/Spy)
5. Emily Kachorek (Squid)
6. Carolina Gomez Villafane (Vanderkitten CX)
7. Beth Ann Orton (Team S&M Sellwood Cycle Repair)
8. Amanda Nauman (SDG/Bellwether/Krema Peanut Butter)
9. Caroline Dezendorf (Marin Bikes)
10. Ellen Sherrill (RockLobster Cyclocross)
UCI Elite Men:
1. Jamie Driscoll (Raleigh/Clement)
2. Adam Craig (Giant Factory Off-Road Team)
3. Ben Berden (Raleigh/Clement)
4. Shawn Milne (Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo)
5. Cody Kaiser (LangeTwins/Specialized)
6. Tobin Ortenblad (California Giant/Specialized)
7. Michael van den Ham (Trek Red Truck Racing)
8. Zach McDonald (Cyclocross Project 2015)
9. Carl Decker (Giant Factory Off-Road Team)
10. Craig Richey (Trek Red Truck Racing)

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RACE RESULTS - SAT 22 NOV 2014

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