Kerry Werner wins elite men's FayetteCross

Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano) took victory on day one of FayetteCross, going solo away from a large group in the second half of the hour-long race.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kerry Werner (USA) 1:03:39
2Lance Haidet (USA) 0:00:12
3Curtis White (USA) Cannondale Cyclocrossworld 0:00:20
4Gage Hecht (USA) 0:00:31
5Grant Ellwood (USA) 0:01:04
6Spencer Petrov (USA)
7Cody Cupp (USA) 0:01:32
8Andrew Dillman (USA) 0:01:38
9Michael Van den Ham (Can) Easton - Giant p / b Transitions Lifecare 0:02:06
10Logan Owen (USA) 0:02:21
11Tobin Ortenblad (USA) 0:02:35
12Travis Livermon (USA) 0:02:36
13Hector Fernando Riveros Paez (Col) 0:02:49
14Ross Ellwood (USA) 0:03:21
15Allan Schroeder (USA) 0:03:30
16Stephan Davoust (USA) 0:03:42
17Skyler Mackey (USA) 0:04:01
18Brian Matter (USA) 0:04:19
19Alex Morton (USA) 0:04:27
20Josh Direen (USA) 0:04:49
21Joseph Schmalz (USA) 0:05:03
22Jacob Lasley (USA) 0:05:23
23Nicholas Beechan (USA) 0:05:34
24Tyler Cloutier (USA) 0:06:00
25Terol Pursell (USA) 0:06:16
26Rob Sandusky (USA) 0:06:26
27Nathan Barton (USA) 0:06:41
28Kaler Marshall (USA) 0:07:00
29Dylan Postier (USA) Easton - Giant p / b Transitions Lifecare-1 Lap
30Kyle Johnson (USA) -1 Lap
31Ryan Currie (USA) -1 Lap
32Rory Jack (USA) -2 Laps
33Jake Yackle (USA) -2 Laps
34Adam Saban (USA) -3 Laps
35Jeremy Bloyd-Peshkin (USA) -3 Laps
36Michael Potter (USA) -3 Laps
37Brendan Lehman (USA) -3 Laps
38Kobi Gyetvan (USA) -4 Laps
39Rhys Louis (USA) -4 Laps
DNFBrannan Fix (USA)

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