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Page leads USAC men's 'cross standings

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Cycling News
Published:
October 01, 2009, 10:51 BST,
Updated:
November 03, 2009, 20:11 GMT
Edition:
First Cyclo-cross news & racing round-up, Monday, October 5, 2009
Jonathan Page (Planet Bike) before the start.

Jonathan Page (Planet Bike) before the start.

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Bruno-Roy, Compton tied for women's lead

Two weeks in to the North American cyclo-cross season Jonathan Page (Planet Bike) leads the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Racing Calendar standings while Maureen Bruno-Roy (M&M Racing-Seven Cycles) and Katie Compton (Stevens) are tied for the women’s lead. To date nine events have been contested of the 42 race calendar, with action over the past week including CrossVegas and the Planet Bike Cups.

Jamey Driscoll (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) and Compton won the CrossVegas races in front of several thousand fans, while Compton went on to record a pair of victories at the Planet Bike Cups in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Jeremy Powers (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) took the first men’s Planet Bike Cup I race while Belgian Erwin Vervecken (Team Revor-Baboco-Champion System) claimed the second event.

Dan Timmerman (Richard Sachs-RMG Watches-Radix) and Natasha Elliott (Gurneau) won the Schoolhouse Cyclo-cross in Williston, Vermont. Timmerman also took the win in the second half of the Green Mountain Cyclo-cross weekend while Bruno-Roy took the women's win.

USAC Cyclo-cross NRC standings

Men's Standings
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Jonathan Page (Planet Bike) 120  pts
2 Jeremy Powers (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) 113  
3 Jamey Driscoll (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) 97  
4 Erwin Vervecken (Team Revor-Baboco-Champion System) 90  
5 Ryan Trebon (Kona) 75  
Women's Standings
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Maureen Bruno-Roy (M&M Racing-Seven Cycles) 60  pts
1 Katie Compton (Stevens) 60  
3 Sue Butler (Monavie-Cannondale.com) 55  
4 Rebecca Wellons (NEBC) 47  
5 Katerina Nash (Luna) 45  

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