Compton secures elite women's title at Pan Am Continental Cyclo-cross Championships

Katie Compton (Trek Factory Racing) won her second consecutive title at the Pan Am Continental Cyclo-cross Championships on Sunday in Covington. The US champion won her first title at the inaugural event last year. This time she cleared the field to win by a large margin ahead of Kaitlin Antonneau (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld) and Rachel Lloyd (Calgiant). Georgia Gould (Luna Pro Team) finished in fourth place after experiencing a mechanical.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Katherine Compton (USA)0:42:08
2Kaitlin Antonneau (USA)0:01:07
3Rachel Lloyd (USA)0:01:38
4Meredith Miller (USA)0:01:55
5Georgia Gould (USA)0:02:01
6Amanda Miller (USA)0:02:11
7Courtenay Mcfadden (USA)0:02:23
8Mical Dyck (Can)0:03:03
9Elle Anderson (USA)0:03:07
10Amanda Nauman (USA)0:03:10
11Maghalie Rochette (Can)0:03:46
12Jena Greaser (USA)0:04:46
13Rebecca Fahringer (USA)0:05:08
14Teal Stetson-Lee (USA)0:05:17
15Carolina Gómez (Arg)0:05:48
16Meghan Korol (USA)0:06:28
17Anna Schappert (Can)0:06:52
18Erica Zaveta (USA)0:07:08
19Jennifer Nowlin (USA)0:07:10
20Rebecca Blatt (USA)0:07:12
21Rebecca Gross (USA)0:07:50
22Ally Stacher (USA)0:07:58
23Jennifer Malik (USA)0:08:03
24Carol Jeane Sansome (USA)0:08:10
25Nicole Mertz (USA)0:08:32
26Megan Barr (USA)0:08:56
27Corey Coogan Cisek (USA)0:09:29
28Danielle Smith (USA)0:09:59
29Jenna Blandford (USA)0:10:46
30Emily Shields (USA)Row 29 - Cell 2
31Stacy Kalemkiarian (USA)Row 30 - Cell 2
32Cari Higgins (USA)Row 31 - Cell 2
33Amanda Schaap (USA)Row 32 - Cell 2
34Katina Walker (USA)Row 33 - Cell 2

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