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<strong><em>New Individual Time Trial added to three SRS weekends for </em></strong><strong><em>elite male, female and masters cyclists; added as presenting sponsor</em></strong>
Topics include Rule Book Modifications: Revision Date, Road Upgrades, Additional team matters, Licensing anc Categories of Officials, Participation, Collegiate Championship Eligibility, Cyclo-cross Championship Eligibility
The 2014 USA Cycling Women's Cycling Club of the Year, Team Sticky Fingers promotes women's racing in the mid-atlantic region through teamwork, advocacy and training.
Team USA began its Spring Classics campaign in Belgium on Saturday, racing in the women's edition of the Omloop het Nieuwsblad. Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling) was the top placed rider from USA Cycling's women's development program, finishing 4:02 behind the race winner.
USA Cycling announced Monday the 20-member 2015 Pan American Continental Mountain Bike Championship cross-country and downhill rosters. The event will be held March 25-29 in Cota, Colombia.
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USA Cycling and USA BMX announced Thursday that qualifications for the 2015 UCI BMX World Championships will take place in both the eastern and western United States.
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Seven-time world champion Sarah Hammer (Temecula, Calif./TWENTY16 p/b SHO-AIR) finished eighth in the women’s omnium on Sunday, concluding the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France, with the final three omnium events—500m time trial, flying lap and points race.
Team USA put the finishing touches on a dominant week at the 2015 Women’s Tour of New Zealand on Sunday, as Tayler Wiles (Fairfax, Calif./Velocio-SRAM) clinched the Yellow Jersey, Lauren Hall (Dolores, Colo./TWENTY16 p/b Sho-Air) took the Stage 5 win and Team USA earned the Team Classification title at the five-stage event.
Sarah Hammer (Temecula, Calif./TWENTY16 p/b SHO-AIR) is ranked sixth overall in the women’s omnium after reaching the midpoint of the six-race event on Saturday at the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France.
Tayler Wiles (Fairfax, Calif./Velocio-SRAM) became the most recent U.S. rider to ascend the podium at the 2015 Women’s Tour of New Zealand, taking the Yellow Jersey after winning Saturday’s 106km Stage 4 in Masterton.
Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./TWENTY16 p/b SHO-AIR) recorded the top U.S. result of the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France, when she picked up the women’s individual pursuit silver medal on Friday.
Megan Guarnier (Queensbury, N.Y./Boels Dolmans Cycling Team) used a second-place finish to reclaim the Yellow Jersey Friday on Day 3 of the Tour of New Zealand.
Bobby Lea (Mertztown, Pa./Custom Velo) became the second American to reach the podium at the <a href="">2015 UCI Track World Championships</a> in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France, after placing third in the men’s scratch race.
Team USA hit the pavement hard in the first women’s road race of the calendar year, standing first after the first two stages of the <a href="">2015 Women’s Tour of New Zealand</a>.
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Kim Geist (Emmaus, Pa./Chester County Cycling Foundation-Team Alliance Environmental) earned bronze in the women’s points race on Wednesday to lead things off for Team USA at the UCI Track World Championships in St. Quentin en Yvelines, France.
Ned Overend (Durango, Colo./Durango Wheel Club) and Amanda Miller (Colorado Springs, Colo./Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo) claimed the first ever USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championship titles at Powder Mountain Resort in Eden, Utah.
A Regional Talent ID Camp and International Championships Qualifier will be held June 7-11 and June 12-14 in Carson, Calif., respectively, to determine rosters for various juniors international events in 2015, including the 2015 UCI Juniors Track World Championships, USA Cycling announced Friday.
With two conferences racing, the 2015 season is starting off slowly, with four riders moving into DNA Cycling jerseys. 
USA Cycling announced the nine-stop <a href="">American Mountain Bike Challenge (AMBC)</a> calendar on Wednesday. Launching in March, the 20<sup>th</sup> installment of the AMBC will feature nine contests in eight states, which will span 15 days of competition between March and November.
Topics include 2015 Officials Summit Update, National Assignments Update, New Officials Welcome, Upgrade Congratulations, and Question from the field.
USA Cycling unveiled the 2015 USA Cycling National Track Calendar (NTC) on Thursday. The nine-race calendar runs June 5 through Aug. 21, all held in Trexlertown, Pa., Colorado Springs, Colo., and Redmond, Wash.

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