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Crystal Anthony (Beverly, Mass./Boulder Cycle Sport-Yogaglo) and Cameron Beard (Bend, Ore./ Devo) are on the move in the elite women’s and junior men’s standings after Anthony took two wins at the Nov. 21-22 Supercross Cup in Stony Point, N.Y., and Beard swept the Nov. 21-22 CXLA Weekend Long Beach Edition! races in Los Angeles.
Officials Update 1512. Topics covered in this update include; education, national level assignments, congratulations to new ENC and USBHOF inductees, license renewals, and communication with the new TD. 
USA Cycling announced Tuesday a wide range of changes to policies and fees in 2016 designed to lower barriers to entry, increase support of amateur racing and grassroots development, and step up the fight against doping within American cycling—all key objectives for USA Cycling in 2016.
Compton's third-place effort was her top result of the World Cup season so far.
FLASH-BACK: Cyclo-cross season is in full swing! This article, written during last season’s world championships, will give you a glimpse inside the lives of the junior racers that participate in USA Cycling’s Cyclo-Cross Development Program.
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The 2016 USA Cycling Collegiate BMX National Championships will be held at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky., Feb. 5-7. The event will include a collegiate recruitment fair on Friday with collegiate racing on Saturday and Sunday.
The Professional Cyclo-Cross Calendar (Pro CX) standings did not see much change following the Nov. 14-15 Subaru Cyclo Cup in Lakewood, Wash., as Stephen Hyde (Easthampton, Mass./Cannondale p/b and Caroline Mani (Littleton, Calif./Raleigh-Clement) held onto their men’s and women’s standings leads.
Everything is bigger in Texas. At least, that’s how the saying goes. But when it comes to cyclo-cross, the biggest movement in Texas is actually focused on its smallest racers: the juniors.
The addition of Piedmont College brings the varisty cycling program to a toal of 28 programs, including emerging and officially recognized schools. 
Stephen Hyde (Easthampton, Mass./Cannondale p/b earned two wins and Caroline Mani (Littleton, Calif./Raleigh-Clement) took respective fourth- and third-place finishes at the Nov. 7-8 Derby City Cup in Louisville, Ky., to move into the men’s and women’s Professional Cyclo-Cross Calendar (Pro CX) standings leads over the weekend.
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USA Cycling announced Friday that the National Racing and Criterium Calendars (NRC and NCC) will be joined as a single calendar of domestic professional road events beginning in 2016.
USA Cycling announced the 2016 Professional Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) and Professional Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) calendars on Wednesday.
Jeremy Powers (Easthampton, Mass./Aspire Racing) took the men’s win and Amanda Miller (Colorado Springs, Colo./Boulder Cycle Sport-Yogaglo) earned women’s bronze at the Oct. 31 Cincy @ Kings CX After Dark to move atop the men’s and women’s Professional Cyclo-Cross Calendar (Pro CX) standings.
Sarah Hammer (Colorado Springs, Colo.) put the finishing touches on the women’s omnium bronze medal Sunday at the 2015-16 UCI Track World Cup #1 in Cali, Colombia, closing out competition with 31 points in the points race.
Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./TWENTY16 p/b SHO-AIR) won her second medal at the 2015-16 UCI World Cup #1 Saturday in Cali, Colombia, earning bronze in the women’s scratch race.
The U.S. earned women’s team pursuit silver on the first day of the 2015-16 UCI Track World Cup #1 in Cali, Colombia, falling to Canada in Friday’s final.
The 2015 Pro Cross-Country Tour Calendar (Pro XCT)
Cameron Dodge (Huntington Valley, Pa.) and Cassandra Maximenko (Naugatuck, Conn./Van Dessel Factory Team) eached picked up two wins at the Oct. 24-25 DCCX in Washington, D.C., gaining valuable ground in the men’s and women’s Professional Cyclo-Cross Calendar (Pro CX) standings.
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The team and individual omniums were awarded on Sunday as racing closed out with team relays and dual slalom competitions.
If you're headed to Asheville, North Carolina for Cyclo-cross Nationals in January, you might want a few suggestions on fun things to do. Professional CX racer and Asheville native Alley Stacher gives you her three, perfect days in the area to keep you occupied and entertained before and after your race.

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