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Jeremy Powers
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Powers at the 2013 Tour of Alberta
Personal information
Full name Jeremy Powers
Born (1983-06-29) June 29, 1983 (age 32)
Niantic, Connecticut
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 68 kg (150 lb)
Team information
Current team Jelly Belly-Maxxis (Road)
Rapha-FOCUS (Cyclocross)
Discipline cyclo-cross and road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2000–2002 Team Devo (Mountain/Cyclocross)
2003 NCC/Bikereg.Com (Road/Cyclocross)
2004–2006 Jelly Belly-Aramark (Road/Cyclocross)
2007–2010 Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com (Cyclocross)
2007–2013 Jelly Belly Cycling Team (Road)
2011– Rapha-FOCUS (Cyclocross)
Major wins
  • 1st, US Cyclocross National Championships – 2015
  • 1st, US Cyclocross National Championships – 2014
  • 1st, US Cyclocross National Championships – 2012
  • 1st, Overall US Gran Prix of Cyclocross – 2011
  • 1st, Overall US Gran Prix of Cyclocross – 2010
  • 1st, Overall Green Mountain Stage Race – 2010
  • 1st, Junior MTB World Cup, Napa Valley, CA – 2000
Infobox last updated on
December 25, 2013

Jeremy Powers (born June 29, 1983 in Niantic, Connecticut) is an American professional racing cyclist who has won over 60 UCI victories, three USA Cyclocross national championships and the top-ranked American rider in the world.

Jeremy’s love of cycling was apparent from an early age. Jeremy loved to tear around the house on his BMX bike, and it wasn’t long before he started turning heads at local mountain bike races. He soon found his way to the Team Devo junior mountain bike program, and with their support he won his first major race in 2000, the Junior Mountain Bike World Cup in Napa Valley.

Powers was introduced to cyclocross early in his cycling career as a way to stay fit at the end of the mountain bike season. It was the only time of the year when roadies and mountain bikers would converge in once place, and test each other’s skills and fitness. In his native New England, cyclocross has been a regular part of each season for decades, and Jeremy excelled at the short, fast, technical races. Powers discovered that the frenetic pace and camaraderie of cyclocross suited his high energy and outgoing personality.

Jeremy earned a reputation as a strong rider, and success in New England earned him an invite to the Cyclocross Junior World Championships in Tabor, Czech Republic in 2001. Jeremy finished 17th in Tabor, and his first international cyclocross race gave him a taste for world-class competition. Encouraged by several friends and his coach Adam Myerson, Jeremy moved to Massachusetts, and changed his focus to road racing. “The crew in Western Massachusetts were key to my development,” Jeremy recalls. “Cyclocross was just starting to grow in the US, and I decided that road racing was the best path for growing my career as a professional cyclist.”
While attending classes at Westfield State University, Jeremy tackled road racing with the positive energy and focus he’s become known for. Jeremy moved from a Category 5 to a Category 1 racer in a few short months, and closed out his road-racing season by signing a contract with Jelly Belly Pro Cycling. He was only 20 years old.
Jeremy would go on to race with Jelly Belly at the biggest races in the U.S including the Tour of California and Tour of Missouri. Despite his growing success on the road, every fall he would return to his true passion, cyclocross.
In 2007 Stu Thorne signed Jeremy to his Cyclocrossworld.com team, one of the first professional cyclocross teams in the U.S. The support enabled Jeremy to tackle the U.S. Grand Prix of Cyclocross with renewed fervor, and he won his first major event in Louisville, KY that fall. Jeremy went on to win the USGP overall title in 2010, and it wasn’t long before he started to finish in the top 10 at World Cup events in Europe. Jeremy’s rise to the top of the sport was completed in January 2012 with his first U.S. National Cyclocross Championship in Madison, Wisconsin. After dominating the U.S. circuit in 2012-13, and again in 2013-14, Jeremy won his second national championship in Boulder, Colorado in January 2014.
Following the 2014 season, Powers launched his own team, Aspire Racing focused solely on cyclocross [1] The 2014/15 campaign marked one of Jeremy's most successful season's to date. This coming season he will focus exclusively on cyclocross and will race a full European schedule, focusing on UCI World Cup events, and will attend select events on the ProCX calendar in the U.S.
Since rising to the top of the sport Jeremy has been involved in many different media, developmental and education projects aimed at growing the popularity of cyclocross in the United States through the JAM Fund, his non profit organization, Behind THE Barriers video production company, cyclocross camps, instructional DVDS and he has also collaborated on several cyclocross books including “Skills Drills and Bellyaches” and “Mud Snow and Cyclocross.”.[2]

Career Accomplishments[edit]

  • +60 UCI Victories, 2014 - 2004
  • 3x USA Cycling National Champion, 2015, 2014 & 2012
  • #1 UCI Ranked U.S. Rider, 2014 - 2009
  • #1 USA Cycling Ranked Rider, 2014 - 2009
  • USA Cycling PROCX Series Champion, 2013
  • 3x Consecutive U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross Champion, 2012 - 2010

2001–2013: Road[edit]

Powers achieved one of his most significant victories very early in his career, when he won the 2001 Mountain Bike World Cup Cross Country event in the Junior division in Napa Valley, California. Powers continued to race competitively in the Junior and Senior divisions of Mountain Biking before turning his eyes to the road full-time in 2004. Powers has a number of strong results on the road to his name. A pair of top five time trial results in the 2006 Vuelta de Bisbie[3] propelled him to a sixth place overall finish. Powers rode to prominence on the final stage of the 2008 Tour of Missouri,[4] making half of the day's breakaway that was narrowly captured at the end of the stage.

In September 2010, Powers won his first career stage race, winning Vermont's Green Mountain Stage Race by over two minutes ahead of UnitedHealthcare's Tim Johnson, Powers' Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com teammate, and Trek-Livestrong's Gavin Mannion.

Powers had a very successful 2011 road season with the Jelly Belly-Kenda team, participating in both of the United States' major tours – the Amgen Tour of California and the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. At the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Powers got into the day's main break in stage 2,[5] eventually won by George Hincapie.

2004–2005: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers began his Cyclocross career racing in New England with the Northampton Cycling Club. Following his move to Jelly Belly in 2004, Powers made the decision to race an entire cyclocross campaign in Europe.[6] In the 2004 season, his last as a U23 rider, Powers returned briefly to the United States for the national championships, where he earned a silver medal. Powers returned to Europe to race full-time in 2005, his first year as an elite, again returning to the America to race the national championships.

2006: Cyclocross[edit]

In 2006, Powers returned to full-time racing in the United States. Powers' full-time racing in Europe had prepared him well for racing in America, and he started to achieve good results in American competitions. Powers had podiums at two US Gran Prix of Cyclocross events, the Xilinx Cup[7] and the Stumptown Cup.[8] Powers also had some good results in his home region of New England, finishing on three podiums and finishing 4th in the Verge New England Cyclocross Championship Series.

2007: Cyclocross[edit]

In 2007, Powers joined Canadian Cyclocross Champion Lyne Bessette on the Cyclocrossworld.com cyclocross team and continued his improvement. Powers took his first USGP victory, the Derby City Cup[9] in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as wins at three Verge NECCS events.

2008: Cyclocross[edit]

2008 was Powers' first year with the Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com team, and his first year teamed up with Tim Johnson. While Powers missed out on wins in the USGP series, he did stand on the podium at four of their events, and won the first race of the inaugural North American Cyclocross Trophy Series – Star Crossed[10] in Redmond, Washington. Powers won six races in 2008, including his first back-to-back-to-back wins at the UCI3 Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio.[11][12][13]

2009: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers' career was truly in the ascendency in 2009, his second year with the Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com program. Powers accounted for nine of the team's 22 UCI victories in the 2009 cyclocross season, winning the first and last stops in the U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross series – the Planet Bike Cup[14] in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and the Stanley Portland Cup[15] in Portland, Oregon. Powers finished up the season ranked second in the North American Cyclocross Trophy standings, behind teammate Tim Johnson, after winning day two of the Toronto International Cyclocross[16] and finishing on the podium at a further seven races. Thanks to his consistency and some big wins, Powers finished up the 2009 season as the #1 ranked rider on USA Cycling's Cyclocross Rankings.

2010: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers' 2010 cyclocross season was full of even more firsts. Powers continued his career progression, winning 10 UCI races in the United States, and secured victories in both the US Gran Prix of Cyclocross series and the North American Cyclocross Trophy Series, the first time this had ever happened. In the NACT series, Powers won four events, including a wire-to-wire victory at the first day of the Gran Prix of Gloucester[17] to take home his first ever elite series title.

In the USGP, Powers won the series, his first ever victory in the USGP at any level, in highly dramatic fashion. Powers trailed Johnson by 16 points entering the series final weekend in Portland, Oregon, but pulled even with his teammate following his win on the first day of the Stanley Portland Cup.[18] With the title on the line, Powers proceeded to outsprint Johnson on the second day to win his first ever series title.[19]

At the U.S. National Championships, Powers was part of the leading duo, when he was the victim of an untimely crash that saw him drop from the race lead to his eventual finishing spot of third.[20] Despite the disappointment, Powers rebounded to finish 16th at the World Championships in St. Wendel in January, his best-ever finish as an elite rider.[21] Powers again finished the season ranked #1 on the USA Cycling Cyclocross Rankings and finished 15th on the season's final UCI rankings.[22]

2011: Cyclocross[edit]

2011 was Powers' first season with the Rapha-Focus professional cyclocross team. Powers joined Chris Jones, Zach McDonald and, later, Julie Krasniak to create one of the most successful teams of the season in American cyclocross. The biggest of Powers' 11 UCI wins was his first ever U.S. Cyclocross National Championship, which he won by 17 seconds over former national Champion Ryan Trebon.[23]

In the US Gran Prix of Cyclocross, Powers completed consecutive overall victories, winning the series' final five races, and standing on all but one of the series' podiums. At the Deschutes Brewery Cup[24] in Bend, Oregon, Powers finally got his first victory on a course where he had had some bad luck in the past. 2011 saw Powers stand on 18 UCI podiums in the United States, making it onto all but two of the races that he entered. Internationally, Powers had his best ever finish at a UCI World Cup when he finished 10th at the World Cup in Plzeň, Czech Republic.[25] Powers was named Velonews's 2011 North American Cyclocross Rider of the Year.[26]

2012: Cyclocross[edit]

2012 started very successfully, as Powers won his first Cyclocross National Championship at Madison, Wisconsin.[27]

Jeremy Powers en route to his first CX National Championship

. Jeremy posted 14 UCI wins in 2012, winning another US Gran Prix of Cyclocross series and capped his US campaign with another CrossVegas win.

Powers also found success in Europe, posting a 7th in the 1st World Cup and finish the season ranked 12th in the World.

2013: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers posted 12 UCI wins in 2013 finishing the season ranked 11th in the world. On US soil, Powers once again was the USA Cycling PROCX Series Winner.

2014: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers won his second Cyclocross National Championship at Boulder, Colorado.[28] Powers posted 13 UCI wins finishing the year ranked 15th in the world.

2015: Cyclocross[edit]

Powers won his third Cyclocross National Championship at Austin, Texas.[29] Powers had his best European campaign to date finishing the year ranked 9th in the world.

Behind the Barriers[edit]

In 2010, Jeremy created Behind the Barriers - a web-based video series chronicling the ‘day-in-the-life’ of a pro cyclocross racer. In its first year, the series captured the attention of +80,000 unique viewers. Today, Behind the Barriers TV has evolved into the preeminent American cyclocross media company and digital network with more than +370,000 unique visitors from 179 countries.

JAM Fund[edit]

Developed with his longtime friends, Alec Donahue and Mukunda Feldman, the JAM Fund was created to enrich the lives of young cyclists from the New England cycling community. The JAM Fund strives to develop young cyclists in all aspects of their lives both on the bike and off. The JAM Fund raises money through many different avenues and then issues grants to riders under 25 who’ve applied to the program and have displayed commitment and enthusiasm to cycling. Over time, JAM transitions those young cyclists into a fully supported cyclocross program where the riders further develop and hone their skills as racers and people. In 2012, JAM Fund sent its first rider to a professional team when Jeremy Durrin was asked to join the Optum Professional Cycling and in 2013 JAM sent Steven Hyde to the newly formed Astellas Professional Cycling team.

Palmares[edit]

2000 – Team Devo
  • (Junior) 4th  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Providence, RI
2001 – Team Devo
  • (Junior) 5th  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Providence, RI
  • (Junior) 1st MTB World Cup #1 Cross Country – Napa Valley, CA
2004 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team
  • (U23) 2nd  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Providence, RI
2005 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team
  • 4th MRC Sterling Classic Road Race – Sterling, MA
  • 5th Blount Seafood Fall River Criterium – Fall River, MA
2006 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team (Road)
  • 6th Overall, La Vuelta de Bisbie
  • 2nd Prologue – Mule Pass Time Trial
  • 3rd Stage #2 – Warren Time Trial
2006 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team (Cyclocross)
  • 5th  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Providence, RI
  • 6th Overall, Crank Brothers US Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 2nd USGP #3 – Xilinx Cup – Longmont, CO
  • 3rd USGP #6 – Stumptown Cup – Portland, OR
  • 4th Overall, Verge New England Cyclocross Championship Series
  • 2nd NECCS #6 – W.E. Steadman Gran Prix – South Kingstown, RI
  • 3rd NECCS #5 – Bay State Cyclocross – Sterling, MA
  • 3rd NECCS #2 – Downeast Cross #2 – New Gloucester, ME
  • 1st Lower Allen Classic – Camp Hill, PA
  • 2nd Wissahickon Cross – Ludwig's Corners, PA
  • 3rd Catamount Gran Prix – Williston, VT
2006 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team (Road)
  • 2nd New York Capital Region Road Race – Ravena, NY
2007 – Cyclocrossworld.com
  • 4th Overall, Crank Brothers U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 1st USGP #1 – Derby City Cup #1 Louisville, KY
  • 3rd USGP #4 – Mercer Cup #2 West Windsor, NJ
  • 3rd USGP #2 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • 4th USGP #3 – Mercer Cup #1 West Windsor, NJ
  • 5th Overall, Verge New England Cyclocross Championships Series
  • 1st NECCS #7 – Caster's Cyclocross – Warwick, RI
  • 1st NECCS #5 – Bay State Cyclocross – Sterling, MA
  • 1st NECCS #1 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #1 Gloucester, MA
  • 1st Wissahickon Cross Ludwig's – Corners, PA
  • 2nd Granogue Cross – Wilmington, DE
  • 3rd Boulder Cup – Boulder, CO
  • 3rd Whitmore's Supercross Cup #2 Southampton, NY
  • 3rd Cross Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
2008 – Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com
  • U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 2nd USGP #5 – Portland Cup #1 Portland, OR
  • 3rd USGP #4 – Mercer Cup #2 West Windsor, NJ
  • 3rd USGP #2 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • 3rd USGP #1 – Derby City Cup #1 Louisville, KY
  • 4th USGP #6 – Portland Cup #2 Portland, OR
  • 4th USGP #3 – Mercer Cup #1 West Windsor, NJ
  • 4th Overall, North American Cyclocross Trophy
  • 1st NACT #1 – Star Crossed – Redmond, WA
  • 2nd NACT #7 – Whitmore's Super Cross Cup #1 Southampton, NY
  • 3rd NACT #2 – Rad Racing – Lakewood, WA
  • 4th NACT #6 – Boulder Cup #2 Boulder, CO
  • 4th NACT #5 – Boulder Cup #1 Boulder, CO
  • 5th NACT #8 – Whitmore's Super Cross Cup #2 Southampton, NY
  • 1st Toronto International Cyclocross #1 Toronto, ON
  • 1st Wissahickon Cross – Ludwig's Corners, PA
  • 1st Harbin Park International Cyclocross – Cincinnati, OH
  • 1st Java Johnny's Lionheart's International – Middletown, OH
  • 1st Cyclo-Stampede – Burlington, KY
  • 2nd Toronto International Cyclocross #2 Toronto, ON
  • 2nd Granogue Cross – Wilmington, DE
2009 Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team
  • 1st Paris-Ancaster – Paris, ON
  • 3rd Men's Pro-Am International Challenge – Downer's Grove, IL
2009 – Cannondale/Cyclocrossworld.com
  • 1st Overall, USA Cycling Cyclocross Rankings
  • 5th  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Providence, RI
  • U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 1st USGP #8 – Portland Cup #2 Portland, OR
  • 1st USGP #1 – Planet Bike Cup #1 Sun Prairie, WI
  • 2nd USGP #7 – Portland Cup #1 Portland, OR
  • 3rd USGP #4 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • 2nd Overall, North American Cyclocross Trophy
  • 1st NACT #6 – Toronto International Cyclocross #2 Toronto, ON
  • 2nd NACT #10 – Whitmore's Super Cross Cup #2 Southampton, NY
  • 2nd NACT #9 – Whitmore's Super Cross Cup #1 Southampton, NY
  • 2nd NACT #8 – Boulder Cup #2 Boulder, CO
  • 2nd NACT #7 – Boulder Cup #1 Boulder, CO
  • 2nd NACT #3 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #1 Gloucester, MA
  • 2nd NACT #1 – Star Crossed – Redmond, WA
  • 3rd NACT #4 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #2 Gloucester, MA
  • Verge New England Cyclocross Championship Series
  • 1st NECCS #12 – Bay State Cyclocross #2 Sterling, MA
  • 1st NECCS #11 – Bay State Cyclocross #1 Sterling, MA
  • 1st NECCS #9 – Cycle-Smart International #1 Northampton, MA
  • 1st Harbin Park International Cyclocross – Cincinnati, OH
  • 1st Lionheart's International – Middletown, OH
  • 1st Cyclo-Stampede – Covington, KY
  • 4th Cross Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
2010 – Jelly Belly Pro Cycling
  • 1st Overall, Green Mountain Stage Race
  • 2nd Stage #3 – Mad River Road Race – Appalachian Gap, VT
2010 – Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com
  • 3rd  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Bend, OR
  • 1st Overall, US Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 1st USGP #8 – Portland Cup #2 Portland, OR
  • 1st USGP #7 – Portland Cup #1 Portland, OR
  • 1st USGP #3 – Derby City Cup #1 Louisville, KY
  • 1st USGP #1 – Planet Bike Cup #1 Sun Prairie, WI
  • 2nd USGP #6 – New Belgium Cup #2 Fort Collins, CO
  • 2nd USGP #2 – Planet Bike Cup #2 Sun Prairie, WI
  • 3rd USGP #4 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • 1st Overall, North American Cyclocross Trophy
  • 1st NACT #8 – Baystate Cyclocross #2 Sterling, MA
  • 1st NACT #7 – Baystate Cyclocross #1 Sterling, MA
  • 1st NACT #5 – Colorado Cross Classic, Boulder, CO
  • 1st NACT #3 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #1 – Gloucester, MA
  • 2nd NACT #4 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #2 – Gloucester, MA
  • 1st Java Johnny's -Lionhearts International Cyclocross Middletown, OH
  • 1st Bio Wheels / United Dairy Farmers Harbin Park International Cincinnati, OH
  • 3rd Dark Horse Cyclo-Stampede Covington, KY
2011 – Rapha-FOCUS
  • 1st  United States Cyclo-cross National Championships – Madison, WI
  • 1st Overall, US Gran Prix of Cyclocross
  • 1st USGP #8 – Deschutes Brewery Cup #2 Bend, OR
  • 1st USGP #7 – Deschutes Brewery Cup #1 Bend, OR
  • 1st USGP #6 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • 1st USGP #5 – Derby City Cup #1 Louisville, KY
  • 1st USGP #4 – New Belgium Cup #2 Fort Collins, CO
  • 3rd USGP #3 – New Belgium Cup #1 Fort Collins, CO
  • 3rd USGP #4 – Planet Bike Cup #1 Sun Prairie, WI
  • 1st NEProCX #4 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #2 Gloucester, MA
  • 2nd NE Pro CX #2 – Catamount Grand Prix Williston, VT
  • 2nd NE Pro CX #3 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #1 Gloucester, MA
  • 1st Bio Wheels / United Dairy Farmers Harbin Park International Cincinnati, OH
  • 1st Dark Horse Cyclo-Stampede Covington, KY
  • 1st Nittany Lion Cross – Breinigsville, PA
  • 1st Gateway Cross Cup – St. Louis, MO
  • 2nd Chicago Cyclocross Cup New Year's Resolution #2 – Bloomington, IN
  • 2nd Chicago Cyclocross Cup New Year's Resolution #1 – Bloomington, IN
  • 3rd Java Johnny's – Lionhearts International Cyclocross Middletown, OH
  • 4th Cross Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
  • 10th WC#1 – UCI World Cup of Cyclocross – Plzeň, CZE
2012 - Rapha-FOCUS
  • 1st US National Cyclocross Championship - Madison, WI
  • 1st Nittany Lion Cross Day
  • 1st CrossVegas
  • 1st USGP Planet Bike Cup Day
  • 1st Providence Cyclocross Festival Day
  • 1st USGP # 3 SmartWool Cup p/b FC Bikes
  • 1st USGP #4 SmartWool Cup p/b FC Bikes
  • 7th World Cup # 1
  • 1st Cycle-Smart International Day 1
  • 1st Cycle-Smart International Day 2
  • 1st USGP #5 Derby City Cup Day 1
  • 1st USGP #6 Derby City Cup Day 2
  • 1st Bay State Cyclocross Day 2
2013 - Rapha-Focus
  • 1st New Year's Resolution Day 1
  • 1st StarCrossed CX
  • 1st Trek Cyclocross Collective Day 1
  • 1st Gran Prix of Gloucester Day 1
  • 1st Gran Prix of Gloucester Day 2
  • 1st Providence Cyclocross Festival Day 2
  • 1st Victory Circle Graphix Boulder Cup
  • 1st MudFund Derby City Cup Day 2
  • 1st Jingle Cross Day 1
  • 1st Jingle Cross Day 2
  • 1st BayState Cyclocross Day
  • 1st North Caroline Gran Prix Day 1
  • 1st North Carolina Gran Prix Day 2
2014 - Rapha -Focus
  • 1st US National Cyclocross Championship - Boulder, CO
  • 1st Altitude Adjustment Cross Day
  • 1st Kick it Cross
  • 1st US Open of Cyclocross
  • 1st Victory Circle Graphix Boulder Cup
  • 1st Trek Cyclocross Collective Cup Day
  • 1st Trek Cyclocross Collective Cup Day 2
  • 1st Rapha Super Cross Gloucester Day 1
  • 1st Rapha Super Cross Gloucester Day 2
  • 1st KMC Cyclocross Festival Day 2
  • 1st Full Moon Vista Cyclocross Day 1
  • 9th World Cup # 1 - Valkenberg
  • 1st Cincy3 King CX After Dark
  • 1st Jingle Cross Day 2
2015 - Aspire Racing
  • 1st US National Cyclocross Championship - Austin, TX
  • 13th World Cup # 6

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Todd Wells
US Cyclocross Elite Men's National Champion
2012
Succeeded by
Incumbent