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Gould, Horgan-Kobelski wins Triple Crown Round 2

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gould horgan kobelski wins triple crown round 2 300x168   Gould, Horgan Kobelski wins Triple Crown Round 2The US Cup Triple Crown at Chalk Creek, Colorado was won by Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski and Georgia Gould. This stop was part of the Mountain States Cup series as well.

On Saturday at Nathrop, Colorado, Horgan-Kobelski of Subaru-Gary Fisher won the pro short track division while Gould of Luna Pro Team won the Super D race. Come Sunday, both won the cross-country races.

Horgan-Kobelski was victorious over Jay Henry of Tokyo Joe’s and Sid Taberlay of ShoAir-Specialized.

At the XC, Gould bested Kelli Emmett of Giant and Katie Compton of Planet Bike. Compton hoped to win her first mountain bike race but it was not meant to be. She will be competing next in Offenburg, Germany on May 22-23 for the World Cup round three.

The next stop for the US Cup Triple Crown will be on June 19-20 at Massanutten Resort, Virginia. To be crowned overall series champion, the rider’s best out of three…

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Stander – Gould Wins at Round 2 of US Pro XCT

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Burry Stander of Specialized and Georgia Gould of Luna were the victors at the USA Pro Mountain Bike Cross Country Tour Round Two, which took place with the Sea Otter Classic at the Laguna Seca Recreation Area in Monterey, California.

The current U23 world champion Stander bested Geoff Kabush (Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain) who placed second and Todd Wells (Specialized) who settled for third place. However, Wells continued to remain in the lead with 255 points overall standings with Kabush not far behind at 250 points. Crossing the finish line for fourth place was Christopher Sauser (Specialized) and placing fifth was Roel Paulissen (Cannondale).

In the elite women’s race, five women set the pace and took the lead. The pack included Gould, Lene Byberg (Specialized), Catharine Pendrel (Luna), Willow Koerber (Subaru-Gary Fisher) and Heather Irmiger (Subaru-Gary Fisher). Byberg tried to take the lead from Gould but Gould countered her attack and sprinted to…

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