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White wins elite men's FayetteCross Day 2

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Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) savors the victory with the fans

Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) savors the victory with the fans
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Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) took advantage of his holeshot and led for almost the entire race

Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) took advantage of his holeshot and led for almost the entire race
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The men's podium: Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo), Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld), and Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano)

The men's podium: Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo), Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld), and Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano)
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Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) comes into the pit for a bike change as Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) chases him

Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) comes into the pit for a bike change as Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) chases him
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Kyle Johnson (ORNOT x Sahta Cruz) was one of many riders who hopped the barriers in the slick, muddy conditions. And in case you were wondering, he managed not to crash and rode over the 2nd barrier.

Kyle Johnson (ORNOT x Sahta Cruz) was one of many riders who hopped the barriers in the slick, muddy conditions. And in case you were wondering, he managed not to crash and rode over the 2nd barrier.
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Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) choose not to risk it and dismounted over the barriers

Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) choose not to risk it and dismounted over the barriers
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FayetteCross Day 2 winner Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) didn't lead the race until the last lap

FayetteCross Day 2 winner Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) didn't lead the race until the last lap
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Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) clings to his lead while Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) claws him back

Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) clings to his lead while Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) claws him back
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The battle for 3rd was intense between Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano), World Tour pro Logan Owen (EF Education First), and Michael Van Dem Ham (Easton Giant p/b Transitions)

The battle for 3rd was intense between Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano), World Tour pro Logan Owen (EF Education First), and Michael Van Dem Ham (Easton Giant p/b Transitions)
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The race victory would ultimately come down to Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) choosing to run several sections that Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) rode.

The race victory would ultimately come down to Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) choosing to run several sections that Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) rode.
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Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) takes a fresh bike at half a lap to go with Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) right behind him

Curtis White (Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld) takes a fresh bike at half a lap to go with Gage Hecht (Donnelly Aevolo) right behind him
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Plenty of water on the course made for a hectic start, especially for those in the back.

Plenty of water on the course made for a hectic start, especially for those in the back.
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Results
PositionRider Name (Country)Result
1Curtis White (USA) 0:57:23
2Gage Hecht (USA) 0:00:25
3Kerry Werner (USA) 0:01:58
4Logan Owen (USA) 0:02:11
5Michael Van den Ham (Can) 0:02:26
6Lance Haidet (USA) 0:02:35
7Andrew Dillman (USA) 0:03:47
8Grant Ellwood (USA) 0:04:27
9Spencer Petrov (USA) 0:05:14
10Allan Schroeder (USA) 0:05:22
11Alex Morton (USA) 0:05:42
12Brannan Fix (USA) 0:06:09
13Tobin Ortenblad (USA) 0:06:28
14Travis Livermon (USA) 0:07:10
15Brian Matter (USA) 0:07:28
16Cody Cupp (USA) 0:07:50
17Ross Ellwood (USA) 0:07:56
18Rory Jack (USA) 0:08:39
19Terol Pursell (USA) 0:09:13
20Nathan Barton (USA) 0:09:29
21Nicholas Beechan (USA) 0:09:43
22Tyler Cloutier (USA) 0:13:00
23Josh Direen (USA) 0:13:50
24Dylan Postier (USA) 0:13:57
25Joseph Schmalz (USA) 1 lap
26Ryan Currie (USA) 1 lap
27Brendan Lehman (USA) 1 lap
28Skyler Mackey (USA) 1 lap
29Rob Sandusky (USA) 2 laps
30Jeremy Bloyd-peshkin (USA) 2 laps
31Kyle Johnson (USA) 2 laps
32Adam Saban (USA) 2 laps
33Kobi Gyetvan (USA) 2 laps
34Rhys Louis (USA) 2 laps
DNFStephan Davoust (USA)
DNFKaler Marshall (USA)
DNSHector Fernando Riveros Paez (Col)
DNSMichael Potter (USA)
DNSJake Yackle (USA)
DNSJacob Lasley (USA)

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