The USA Cycling Development Foundation recently presented ten 2016 womenand#39;s Olympic hopefuls with checks for $2,500 apiece to spend on 2014 cycling travel and training costs.
Road cyclistAlison Powers(Pinecliffe, Colo./UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling) finished third in the United States Olympic Committeeand#39;s May Athlete of the Month voting that was announced on Friday.
The 2014 womenandrsquo;s USA Cycling National Racing Calendar (NRC) standings became much closer following the 2014 Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic in Philadelphia, Pa., on June 1.
Bradley White (Holland, Mich./UnitedHealthcare) won the menandrsquo;s pro race at the 2014 Glencoe Grand Prix in Glencoe, Ill., May 31, to move into the top 5 in the USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) standings.
The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) continued with the Middle Earth Tour of Somerville in Somerville, N.J. on May 26, the sixth event on the 2014 calendar.
Since 2007, the Glencoe Grand Prix, presented by Illinois Bone and Joint Institute, has featured one of the deepest fields in domestic professional cycling. This year is no different, as the race will have one of its best lineups ever, with elite national and international riders on both the menandrsquo;s and womenandrsquo;s side competing on Saturday, May 31.
American athletes peppered the top-10 of three road and mountain bike competitions last week, as the USA Cycling National Development Program continued its international success.
History was made on the streets of Chattanooga Monday at the2014 Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships, asAlison Powers(Pinecliffe, Colo./UnitedHealthcare) claimed her third road title of the year to become the first U.S. cyclist to simultaneously hold three titles at the same time.
Taylor Phinney(Boulder, Colo./BMC Racing Team) andAlison Powers(Pinecliffe, Colo./UnitedHealthcare) both reclaimed national time trial titles last won in 2010 and 2008, respectively.
The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) continued with the Bank of America Wilmington Grand Prix in Wilmington, Del. on May 17.
TheUSA Cycling Professional Cyclo-cross Calendar (Pro CX)features 44 dates on the domestic schedule.
The UCI Management Committee has suspended enforcement of Rule 1.2.019 for remainder of 2014.
USA Cycling, with support from the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado, put on one of the most successful Cyclo-cross National Championships earlier this month in Boulder.
The 2014 UCi Cyclo-cross World Championships wrapped up on Sunday with the U23 and elite menand#39;s races.
The 2014 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships got underway today with the elite womens and junior mens races.
The UCI issued a letter on Jan. 28, 2014, advising National Federations on the regulations applying to clenbuterol.
Juniors menand#39;s riderGavin Haley(Louisville, Ky./Red Zone Cycling Elite) will not race in this weekendand#39;s2014 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, in Hoogerheide, Netherlands, due to injuries suffered in a training ride crash in Belgium.
Katie Compton was crowned on Sunday in Nommay, France, after topping the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup standings for the second year in a row. Sundayand#39;s race marked the seventh and final race of the 2013-14 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup calendar. The Americans earned several top-20 results on Sunday, including Kaitlin Antonneauand#39;s seventh-place result.
USADA announced today that Daniel Baker, of Brighton, Mass., an athlete in the sport of cycling, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a two-year suspension for his offense.
USA Cycling announced Monday the 22 riders named to its roster of elite, U23 and juniors athletes that will represent the United States at the2014 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, Feb. 1-2 in Hoogerheide, Netherlands.
The 2014 Kakookie Collegiate All-Star roster has been announced.
We are looking at several proposals for a new division structure and are seeking input from collegiate cyclists!
The2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championshipsconcluded May 4 with four thrilling road races around the streets of Richmond.
Marian Universityand#39;sCoryn Rivera(Tustin, Calif.) successfully defended her national title in the womenand#39;s Division I criterium on Saturday in front of a large crowd in downtown Richmond at the2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships.
Virginia Commonwealth Universityand#39;sChristopher Jones(Richmond, Va.) bested the menand#39;s Division I field in the individual time trial as the2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championshipsgot underway May 2 in downtown Richmond.
Catch up on the final week of racing from the ECCC and ACCC!
Over 400 collegiate athletes from 46 different states will be representing 115 different schools during the three days of competition.
Find out more about the Academic All-Star Program, honoring collegiate athletes who excel both on the bike and in the classroom!
The conference directorsand#39; picks for who to watch at the 2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals.
Catch up on this weekand#39;s racing in the MWCCC and the ECCC!
Olympic medal winner Jennie Reed is offering additional grants to male and female juniors riders who set records at the 2014 USA Cycling Juniors Track National Championships.
Bausch announced Friday that she is doubling the generous offer by Hammer, now making the grant total $1600 for any female in the 15-16 age group who can beat Hammerand#39;s 2-kilometer time trial national record time of 2:40.40, set in 1999.
Sarah Hammer is offering an $800 grant to any female in the 15-16 age group who can beat her 2-kilometer time trial national record time of 2:40.40, set in 1999.
Sarah Hammer took top honors after winning her seventh career world championship.
Indianapolis will host the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships from Sept. 25-28.
Sarah Hammer (Colorado Springs, Colo./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) won her seventh world championship gold medal and made it back-to-back world titles in the womenand#39;s omnium on Sunday at the 2014 UCI Track World Championships in Cali, Colombia.
A day after winning a silver medal in the womenand#39;s individual pursuit,Sarah Hammer(Colorado Springs, Colo./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) is on track for a successful defense of her omnium title at the2014 UCI Track World Championshipsin Cali, Colombia.
Sarah Hammer(Colorado Springs, Colo./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) fell just short in her bid for a sixth world title in the womenand#39;s individual pursuit on Friday at the2014 UCI Track World Championshipsin Cali, Colombia.
The womenand#39;s team pursuit squad could not advance past the qualifying round at the 2014 UCI Track World Championships.
The racing was fast and furious on Saturday at the 2014 USA Cycling Amateur BMX National Championships in Albuquerque, N.M.
This Saturday, BMXers young and old will converge in Albuquerque, with dreams of donning a Stars-and-Stripes jersey at the 2014 USA Cycling Amateur BMX National Championships.
Felicia Stancil(Lake Villa, IL/Factory GT Bicycles) won the silver medal Sunday during the second round of the 2014UCI BMX Supercross World Cupin Papendal, Netherlands.
The U.S. team received third-place finishes in the time trial byConnor Fields(Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX) in the elite menand#39;s competition andBrooke Crain(Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) in the elite womenand#39;s event.
AmericanBrooke Crain(Visalia, Calif./Haro Bicycles) showed her consistency by riding to a second-place finish for the second consecutive year at round one of theUCI BMX Supercross World Cupon Saturday in Manchester, England.
The first round of this seasonand#39;sUCI BMX Supercross World Cupgot underway on Friday in Manchester with the time trial qualifying rounds for Saturdayand#39;s Supercross finals.
Highlights included several top-10 stage and overall finishes, a best young rider jersey, and a BMX development camp.
Justin Posey and Felicia Stancil won the menand#39;s and womenand#39;s individual titles.
2014 marks the third year that USA Cycling will award national titles to collegiate athletes in the discipline of BMX.
Supercross racing continued at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., on Sunday with the 2014 UCI North American Continental BMX Championships.
This weekend, the fittest endurance mountain bikers in the United States will head to the Zuni Mountains of New Mexico.
American riders posted several top ten finishes Sunday at the third downhill stop on the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup circuit in Fort William, Great Britain.
Howard Grotts recorded the best finish among U.S. competitors at Day 3 of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup #4 in Albstadt, Germany, after placing third in the U23 menandrsquo;s cross-country competition.
A pair of top-10 finishes highlighted Day 2 for the U.S. at the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup #4 today in Albstadt, Germany. Todayandrsquo;s action featured menandrsquo;s and womenandrsquo;s juniors cross-country as well as U23 womenandrsquo;s cross-country competition.
The 2014 USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) continued over the weekend with the Gravity Open at Plattekill Mountain, May 25, in Roxbury, N.Y.
Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./Specialized) and Rae Gandolf (Zanesville, Ohio/ Kona Bikes-Kenda-HWB Cycling) picked up their first two 2014 USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) wins of the season May 18 at the Mountain Creek Spring Classic (Vernon, N.J.).
U.S. athletes earned more podium finishes last week in Holland as the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) juniors menand#39;s team swept the medals in one race and posted a second-place finish in another.
With a fourth-place finish in the under-23 womenandrsquo;s race, Kate Courtney led the way for Americans in the cross-country competitions at the world cup in Cairns, Australia.
Scoring his best finish in the elite category, Neko Mulally placed third yesterday in Cairns, Australia, in the second downhill round of the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.
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