USA Cycling announced the four men who have been selected to represent the United States at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Treviso, naming US champion Tim Johnson, last year's silver medallist Jonathan Page and former US champion Ryan Trebon to the team. The sole discretionary pick was Jeremy Powers (Cyclocrossworld.com).
Page qualified as a silver medallist from the 2007 world championships while Johnson and Trebon earned their spots as the next two Americans in the UCI Cyclo-cross rankings. Currently, Page is the top-ranked American in the world in 18th, followed by Johnson (19th), Trebon (29th) and Powers (34th) was the lone discretionary nomination. Barry Wicks (33rd) did not seek a nomination.
The men's nominations follow the elite women's, U23 and junior teams announced in December.
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