Woodruff extends Pro XCT lead while Wells' margin shrinks

Standings updated after Missoula XC round

Chloe Woodruff (Crankbrothers Race Club) extended her lead in the USA Cycling Pro Cross Country Tour (Pro XCT) women's standings, while Todd Wells (Specialized Racing) saw his advantage reduced in the men's standings after a thrilling day of racing at the Missoula XC on June 22 in Missoula, Montana.

Women

Woodruff finished second in the elite women's race behind Monique "Pua" Mata (Sho-Air Cannondale) in Missoula and extended her cushion in the Pro XCT women's standings, from 50 to 218 points, with three races remaining on the calendar. Erica Tingey (Jamis), 23rd in Missoula, remains in second place in the standings with 487 points. Ascending to third place by virtue of a fifth-place showing over the weekend was Judy Freeman (Crankbrothers Race Club), who now has a season total of 461 points. The top five in the women's standings are rounded out by Emily Batty (Trek Factory Racing) in fourth with 445 points, and Erin Huck (Tokyo Joe's) who enters the top five with 440 points after crossing the line in fourth place in Missoula.

Men

In the elite men's race, Wells recorded a sixth-place finish in Missoula but saw his Pro XCT men's standings lead over Jeremiah Bishop (Sho-Air/Cannondale) shrink to just 15 points after Bishop finished ahead of him in fourth place. It's shaping up for an exciting final three races on the calendar with Wells holding a slim 960-945 edge on Bishop. Benjamin Sonntag (American Interbanc) remains in third place with 433 points and Ryan Woodall (Top Gear Bicycles) maintains his fourth-place position with 375 points. A seventh-place finish in Missoula by Mitchell Hoke (Kenda-Felt) propels him into fifth place in the standings with 365 points.

Team

The performances by Mata and Bishop in Missoula helped Sho-Air/Cannondale take over the top spot in the Pro XCT team standings. With three races remaining on the calendar, Sho-Air Cannondale holds a 1626-1450 advantage over Specialized Racing. Trek Factory Racing remains in third place with 1165 points, followed by Kenda/Felt in fourth place with 549 points and BMC Development in fifth place with 480 points.

Standings

Men's Pro XCT standings after round 6
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Todd Wells830 pts
2Jeremiah Bishop795 
3Benjamin Sonntag433 
4Ryan Woodall375 
5Sam Schultz280 
6Cameron Jette273 
7Daniel Mcconnell250 
8Mitchell Hoke245 
9Alexander Grant201 
10Raphael Gagne200 
11Tristan Uhl195 
12Ryan Trebon190 
12Derek Zandstra190 
13Zachary Valdez*181 
14Miguel Martinez175 
15Antoine Caron*165 
16Robert Mccarty158 
17Colin Cares156 
18Geoff Kabush150 
19Adam Morka144 
20Casey Williams*133 
21Barry Wicks130 
22Lukas Flückiger115 
23Travis110 
24Kerry Werner*107 
25Russell Finsterwald*101 
26Max Plaxton100 
27Macky Franklin98 
27Kris Sneddon98 
28Christoph Sauser90 
29Menso De Jong84 
30Stephen Ettinger80 
30Victor Alber80 
31Cole Oberman78 
32Peter Glassford77 
33Jason Sager75 
34Rotem Ishay73 
35Shawn Milne71 
36Omar Fraser70 
36Payson Mcelveen*70 
37Thomas Turner69 
38Clinton Claassen64 
39Howard Grotts*60 
39Sid Taberlay60 
40Jason Siegle57 
41Keegan Swenson*55 
41Emil Lindgren55 
42Tristan Cowie54 
43Michael Zanetti*50 
44Elliot Reinecke40 
44Sean Donovan40 
44Joseph Maloney40 
44Josejuan Escarcega40 
44Colin Osborn40 
45Kalan Beisel38 
45Charles Jenkins38 
46Jacob Albrecht*37 
46Ivan Lizardi37 
47Miguel Valadez36 
48Alex Ryan35 
48Garet Steinmetz35 
48Kohei Yamamoto35 
49William Melone34 
50Connor Mccutcheon*32 
50Taylor Smith*32 
51Michiel Van Der Heijden*30 
51Joel Titius*30 
52Sean Leader29 
52Jakub Valigura29 
53Drew Edsall28 
53Ryan Chandler28 
54Gerald Drummond*26 
54David Hanes26 
55Michael Danish25 
56Davis Bentley*24 
56Ignacio Torres*24 
57Matt Gordon23 
58Bryan Fawley22 
58Brian Matter22 
59Riley Howard*21 
59Tanner Hurst*21 
60Ernie Watenpaugh19 
60David Flaten*19 
60Jeremy Martin*19 
61Dana Weber18 
61Osias Lozano18 
61Samuel Morrison18 
61Jonathan Sundt18 
62Craig Wohlschlaeger17 
62Kyle Taylor17 
62Conrad Stoltz17 
62Martin Cox17 
63Jaroslav Kulhavy16 
63Mathieu Bilodeau16 
63Filippo Barbieri16 
64Ely Woody15 
65Carl Decker14 
65Derek Hermon14 
65Nathan Guerra14 
65Michael Hosey14 
66Sam Chovan13 
66Eliel Anttila*13 
67Nathan Brown12 
67Kevin Bradford-Parish12 
67Jim Hewett12 
68Blake Harlan11 
68Sepp Kuss*11 
69Brad Wilhelm10 
69Matthew Freeman10 
69Keith Hargis10 
70Billy Wood9 
70Juancarlos Nunezgalvan*9 
71Paul Freiwald8 
72Josh Carlson6 
72Nick Truitt6 
72Miguel Ramos6 
73Hal Helbock5 
73Garnet Vertican5 
73Adam Looney5 
74Craig Kunz4 
74Ryan Geiger*4 
75Sam Gross*3 
76Wiley Mosley2 
76Thomas Bundgaard2 
77Alex Wild*1 
Women's Pro XCT standings after round 6
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Chloe Woodruff505 pts
2Erica Tingey455 
3Emily Batty445 
4Lea Davison410 
5Annie Last375 
6Judy Freeman321 
7Nina Baum300 
8Erin Huck290 
9Rebecca Henderson*265 
10Lesley Paterson250 
11Christina Gokey-Smith230 
12Marianne Vos175 
12Pua Mata175 
12Evelyn Dong175 
13Larissa Fitchett173 
14Caroline Mani152 
15Rebecca Gross150 
15Annika Langvad150 
16Shayna Powless*138 
17Amanda Sin134 
18Catherine Pendrel130 
19Erica Zaveta115 
19Georgia Gould115 
20Karlee Gendron*105 
21Jamie Busch101 
22Kelli Emmett100 
22Catherine Peacock100 
22Mikaela Kofman100 
23Erin Alders97 
24Emily Shields*90 
24Katerina Nash90 
25Tereza Hurikova80 
26Lisa Uranga76 
27Krista Park70 
28Beth Utley69 
29Victoria Barclay65 
30Kata Skaggs62 
31Vanessa Humic61 
32Katherine Sherwin55 
32Sarah Ruth Jansen55 
33Sydney Fox50 
33Amy Beisel50 
34Deidre York*45 
35Deyanira Guerrero40 
35Anna Dvorak40 
36Kelsey Withrow35 
37Amanda Carey27 
37Jill Behlen*27 
38Teal Stetson-Lee24 
39Mical Dyck22 
40Lorenza Morfin19 
41Rebecca Rusch18 
42Maghalie Rochette*12 
43Laura Bietola*11 
44Selene Yeager10 
45Haley Smith*9 
46Tracy Moseley8 
47Abby Strigel5 
48Heidi Rentz4 
49Kaila Hart*3 
Team Pro XCT standings after round 6
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Sho-Air/Cannondale1626 pts
2Specialized Racing1450 
3Trek Factory1165 
4Kenda/Felt549 
5BMC Development480 
6Kona373 
7Luna Pro Team345 
Author: Cycling News

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