Krughoff, Anthony among riders selected for U.S. cyclocross worlds team

Katie Compton, Jeremy Powers headline the U.S. roster for the cyclocross world championships announced on Monday

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USA Cycling named its roster for the 2014 UCI Elite Cyclocross World Championships on Monday. World Cup champion Katie Compton (Trek Cyclocross Collective) and elite men’s national champion Jeremy Powers (Rapha-Focus) headline the team for the Feb. 1-2 championships in Hoogerheide, Netherlands.

Allen Krughoff (Raleigh-Clement), Elle Anderson (Cal Giant-Specialized), Crystal Anthony (Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies), and Arley Kemmerer (Charm City Cycling) each made their first selection for a world championships team.

“After a very competitive year of cyclocross racing, culminating with the national championships in Boulder, we are able to name four very competitive world championship teams,” USA Cycling cyclocross program director Marc Gullickson said in a press release. “With a number of outright medal contenders being joined by a mix of accomplished veterans and future stars, I expect the team to be very competitive at the championships in Hoogerheide this year.”

Elite women:
Elle Anderson, Cal Giant-Specialized
Crystal Anthony, Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies
Kaitlin Antonneau,
Katie Compton, Trek Cyclocross Collective
Arley Kemmerer, Charm City Cycling
Meredith Miller, Cal Giant-Specialized

Elite men:
Tim Johnson,
Allen Krughoff, Raleigh-Clement
Zach McDonald, Rapha-Focus
Jonathan Page, Fuji-Spy Optics
Jeremy Powers, Rapha-Focus
Ryan Trebon,

Under-23 men:
Yannick Eckmann, Cal Giant-Specialized
Cody Kaiser, Cal Giant-Specialized
Tobin Ortenblad, Cal Giant-Specialized
Logan Owen, Cal Giant-Specialized
Curtis White,

Junior men:
Maxx Chance, Clif Bar Development
Peter Goguen, Race CF
Gavin Haley, Red Zone Cycling
Austin Vincent, Race CF
Cooper Willsey,

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