Ellen’s weekend went great—on Saturday, she took her second victory for the second year in a row at the Pan American Championships for U23 women, and on Sunday, she was third in the C1 Elite Women’s race behind racing legends Katerina Nash and Katie Compton.
For Jeremy Powers, Ellen’s teammate on Aspire Racing, the weekend signaled a return to racing after injury. After a hard-fought race at Devou Park near Cincinnati this weekend, Jeremy took second in the Pan-American Championships race, conceding his title to JAM Fund graduate Stephen Hyde. Sunday was a more challenging day for Jeremy, and despite leading the race and spending the first 40 minutes in the lead group, he ended up in ninth place. Still, the weekend showed that he’s recovering from injury and ready to come back to racing with a vengeance.
Read more about the weekend here:
- VeloNews: Pan Am CX championships: Compton and Hyde triumph
- CXMagazine: Ellen Noble Retains U23 Title
- CXMagazine: Hyde Triumphs at Pan Ams
- CXMagazine: Pan Am Full Coverage
- CXMagazine: Kings CX Photo Gallery
- CyclingNews: Kings CX Elite Men’s Report
- CyclingNews: Hyde Beats Powers to Pan Am Title
- CyclingNews: Noble Wins U23 Pan Am Champs
- CyclingNews: Elite Women Report at Kings CX
- CXMagazine: Hyde is King at Kings CX
- CXMagazine: Nash Wins Kings CX