Noble makes it two wins out of two at Charm City Cross

Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing CX) won for the second day in a row at the Charm City Cross in Maryland, USA, on Sunday, having already won Saturday's race on the same course.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ellen Noble (USA)0:43:28
2Kaitlin Keough (USA)0:00:13
3Rebecca Fahringer (USA)0:01:19
4Sunny Gilbert (USA)0:01:36
5Georgia Gould (USA)0:01:58
6Lily Williams (USA)0:03:56
7Emily Werner (USA)0:04:06
8Jennifer Malik (USA)0:04:18
9Stacey Barbossa (USA)0:04:28
10Caroline Mani (Fra)0:05:07
11Rachel Rubino (USA)0:05:12
12Julie Hunter (USA)0:05:32
13Taylor Kuyk-White (USA)0:05:47
14Natalie Tapias (USA)0:06:02
15Elizabeth Sheldon (USA)0:06:04
16Kathryn Cumming (USA)0:06:29
17Kristen Legan (USA)0:06:37
18Bridget Tooley (USA)0:07:00
19Brittlee Bowman (USA)0:07:24
20Ellie Mitchell (USA)0:07:39
21Philicia Marion (USA)0:07:44
22Taryn Mudge (USA)0:08:21
23Avanell Scales (USA)0:08:44
24Kelly Paduch (USA)0:09:12
25Katrina Dowidchuk (USA)0:09:31
26Karen Talleymead (USA)0:10:31
27Elisabeth Reinkordt (USA)0:11:18
28Alexandra Campbellforte (USA)0:13:05
29Alix Norris (USA)-2 Laps
DNFArley Kemmerer (USA)Row 29 - Cell 2
DNSMaghalie Rochette (Can)Row 30 - Cell 2
DNSShannon Mallory (USA)Row 31 - Cell 2

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