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The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) hit a high note last week as a team of U23 riders displayed aggressive riding and teamwork to earn hard-fought first- and third-place finishes in the general classification at the four-day Arden Challenge in Belgium.
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) provided its teams the opportunity to compete in some of the most notable races in Europe this past week and the American riders continued to hold their own on some demanding courses.
Highlights included several top-10 stage and overall finishes, a best young rider jersey, and a BMX development camp.
Our National Development Program enjoyed significant success last week as Lauren Hall won the women's edition of the Gent-Wevelgem and U23 rider Tanner Putt placed 10th overall in Portugal's Volta ao Alentejo.
The USA Cycling Development Foundation will match the fundraising efforts of nine women road and track cyclists.
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) featured women's road racing and a women's mountain bike camp last week.
The women's road program in the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) kicked into high gear last week as they contested a pair of races in Belgium. 
The road season for the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) began on Saturday in Ghent, Belgium, where a squad of five women competed in the 126-kilometer Omloop Het Nieuwsblad-Vrouwen.
The USA Cycling Development Foundation, in conjunction with the USA Cycling Athletics Department, is requesting applications from eligible elite women’s riders to participate in a unique fundraising opportunity in partnership with the RallyMe crowd funding platform.
Eighteen U23 riders in USA Cycling’s National Development Program opened the road season in an unconventional way. They spent two days in Rosarito, Mexico, where they worked with charitable organizations More than Sport and Homes of Hope to build a house for families in need.
Juniors riders Austin Vincent and Cooper Willsey raced for the U.S. at the 2014 UCI Cyclo-cross Worlds thanks to travel grants they received from the USA Cycling Development Foundation.
Young riders that want to take their cycling careers to the next level should check out the opportunities at USA Cycling's Regional Talent ID Camps.
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. Sunday'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 Antonneau's seventh-place result.
Before heading to Europe to start the 2014 racing campaign, the U23 riders in the USA Cycling National Development Program traveled to Rosarito, Mexico with More Than Sport to assist in building a house for families in need. The More Than Sport project will be done in conjunction with the U23 program training camp in Chula Vista, Calif.
Katie Compton on Thursday continued her stellar season after claiming her fourth UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup victory during round five in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium.
Learn more about Lawson Craddock's progression through the USA Cycling development pathway and into the pro ranks.
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Katie Compton on Sunday began the 2013-14 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup season in fine fashion, placing second in the elite women's race in Valkenburg, Netherlands. Compton, who topped the elite women's world cup standings last season, was 1:35 behind Marianne Vos, who crossed the finish line in 37:56. Nikki Harris placed third.
The USA Cycling National Development Program may be winding down its events for the 2013 calendar year, but the seeds for a successful 2014 are sown daily throughout the year. The latest example of that is the final BMX Junior Development Camp of 2013 that recently wrapped at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.
USA Cycling on Friday announced that Shelley Olds has withdrawn from the 2013 UCI Road World Championships to be held in Toscana, Italy, Sept. 22-29, due to an injury. Olds earned an automatic nomination due to her being eighth in the UCI individual ranking.
The road contingent of the USA Cycling National Development Program completed its season with a pair of groups competing in races in Europe. A group of juniors contested Keizer der Juniores in Belgium while a contingent of women's road racers competed in Premondiale Giro Toscana Int. Femminile-Memorial Michela Fanini in Italy.
The women's road contingent of the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) rode away from the <a href="http://www.tcfia.com" target="_blank">T</a>our Cycliste Féminin International de l'Ardèche, a six-stage, week-long stage race in France, with a single-stage Most Aggressive Rider jersey.
Twenty-nine riders to represent the U.S. at the 2013 UCI Road World Championships in Toscana, Italy, Sept. 22-29.
Over the last week, U.S. riders fared well in two important races in France.
The 2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships concluded Sunday with the elite downhill and the cross-country eliminator races.

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