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A Closer Look at 2013 NRC and NCC

Posted on 10. Oct, 2012 by .

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The 2013  USA Cycling domestic road calendar, divided into the National Racing Calendar (NRC) and National Criterium Calendar (NCC) include an additional ten events next year for a grand total of 38 events that take place from early March to end of September 2013. Riders will compete for standings points tabulated for individual riders as […]

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Elite & Under-23 Men Named For USA Worlds’ Team

Posted on 31. Aug, 2012 by .

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The nine elite men and six under-23 riders named to represent the USA at the World Road Championships.

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Olympians Lead USA’s Elite Women, Junior Riders for 2012 Road Worlds

Posted on 24. Aug, 2012 by .

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USA Cycling on Friday announced the elite women and juniors men and women riders who will compete in the 2012 UCI Road World Championships in Limburg, Netherlands from Sept. 16-23. The United States has qualified the maximum seven riders in the elite women’s road race. Shelley Olds (AA Drink-Leontien Cycling Team), Amber Neben and Evelyn […]

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USA Cycling Statement Regarding Olympic Selection

Posted on 16. Jun, 2012 by .

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Many expressed surprise in the USA Cycling men’s team selection for the road events for the Olympic Games, with a few names missing. Today, they issued the following statement: USA Cycling has received numerous inquiries regarding the men’s Olympic road team announced yesterday. Prior to the commencement of the Olympic team nomination process, George Hincapie, […]

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USA Cycling Announces 2012 Olympic Team

Posted on 15. Jun, 2012 by .

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USA Cycling announced today 21 of its 24 nominees to the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team, including 10 male and 11 female athletes across the disciplines of road cycling, track cycling, mountain biking and bicycle motocross (BMX). Six of these were automatic nominees and 15 were nominated to the Olympic Team via discretionary selection. All of […]

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Jackson Stewart, the man behind USA Cycling’s Women’s National Development Program

Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by .

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The USA Cycling’s Women’s National Development Program had a clear goal at the start of the year: accumulate UCI points to get a top 5 nation ranking to be able to field 4 riders, the maximum, at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Mission accomplished – as of May 31st, the USA was ranked third. The […]

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NCC: Clarke and Allar Still On Top After Wilmington GP

Posted on 22. May, 2012 by .

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The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) rolled into its seventh event as riders stormed the streets of Wilmington, Del. for the Wilmington Grand Prix. Thousands of cycling fans and local residents lined the downtown Wilmington streets, watching competitors turn laps on the figure-eight course. Men. After placing second to Demis Aleman (Jamis-Sutter Home) at […]

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NRC: Wilcoxson Takes Over; Mancebo Grows Lead Atop Standings

Posted on 08. May, 2012 by .

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The USA Cycling National Racing Calendar (NRC) rolled into its fourth stop, the five-day SRAM Tour of the Gila in Silver City, N. M. The high temperatures, relentless courses and steep climbs, including the Gila Monster, made certain that a worthy winner rode off with the top prize. Men. Francisco Mancebo (Competitive Cyclist Racing Team) […]

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NCC: Allar grows lead in women’s standings; Men’s standings tighten after busy week

Posted on 07. May, 2012 by .

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In the first multi-event week of the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC), there was a lot of movement in the standings. The men and women contested three races in the southeast as part of USA CRITS Speed Week on the before only the men competed in the Amgen Breakaway from Cancer Dana Point Grand […]

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NRC: Mancebo Grows Lead in Men’s Standings

Posted on 30. Apr, 2012 by .

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Francisco Mancebo (Competitive Cyclist) increased his lead in the NRC men’s standings while Megan Guarner (TIBCO/To The Top) is slimmed down to only 5 points in the women’s.

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