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The United States National Cyclocross Championships is a four-day competition held annually each winter and is sponsored by USA Cycling. The winners at various levels, including elite, U-23, masters, juniors, and collegiate for men and women, wear the coveted stars and stripes jersey and are crowned United States national cyclo-cross champions.
|2019||Lakewood, Washington||Gage Hecht||Curtis White||Stephen Hyde|
|2018.2||Louisville, Kentucky||Stephen Hyde (3)||Curtis White||Gage Hecht|
|2018||Reno, Nevada||Stephen Hyde (2)||Jeremy Powers||Kerry Werner|
|2017||Hartford, Connecticut||Stephen Hyde||Jamey Driscoll||Kerry Werner|
|2016||Asheville, North Carolina||Jeremy Powers (4)||Stephen Hyde||Logan Owen|
|2015||Austin, Texas||Jeremy Powers (3)||Jonathan Page||Zach McDonald|
|2014||Boulder, Colorado||Jeremy Powers (2)||Ryan Trebon||Tim Johnson|
|2013||Madison, Wisconsin||Jonathan Page (4)||Zach McDonald||Jamey Driscoll|
|2012||Madison, Wisconsin||Jeremy Powers||Ryan Trebon||Jonathan Page|
|2010||Bend, Oregon||Todd Wells (3)||Ryan Trebon||Jeremy Powers|
|2009||Bend, Oregon||Tim Johnson (3)||Ryan Trebon||Jonathan Page|
|2008||Kansas City, Missouri||Ryan Trebon (2)||Jamey Driscoll||Jonathan Page|
|2007||Kansas City, Kansas||Tim Johnson (2)||Jonathan Page||Todd Wells|
|2006||Providence, Rhode Island||Ryan Trebon||Jonathan Page||Tim Johnson|
|2005||Providence, Rhode Island||Todd Wells (2)||Ryan Trebon||Jonathan Page|
|2004||Portland, Oregon||Jonathan Page (3)||Ryan Trebon||Todd Wells|
|2003||Portland, Oregon||Jonathan Page (2)||Todd Wells||Ryan Trebon|
|2002||Napa, California||Jonathan Page||Todd Wells||Travis Brown|
|2001||Baltimore, Maryland||Todd Wells||Tim Johnson||Marc Gullickson|
|2000||Overland Park, Kansas||Tim Johnson||Mark Gullickson||Mark McCormack|
|1999||San Francisco, California (Presidio)||Mark Gullickson||Bart Bowen||Tim Johnson|
|1998||Fort Devens, Massachusetts||Frank McCormack (2)||Steve Larsen||Jonathan Page|
|1997||Lakewood, Colorado||Mark McCormack||Frank McCormack||Dale Knapp|
|1996||Seattle, Washington||Frank McCormack||Mark McCormack||Jan Wiejak|
|1995||Leicester, Massachusetts||Jan Wiejack (2)||Mark McCormack||Daryl Price|
|1994||Seattle, Washington||Jan Wiejack||Don Myrah||Dale Knapp|
|1993||Sonora, California||Don Myrah (4)||Pete Webber|
|1992||Golden, Colorado||Mark Howe||Don Myrah||Steve Tilford|
|1991||Waltham, Massachusetts||Don Myrah (3)||Mark McCormack|
|1990||Bremerton, Washington||Don Myrah (2)||Larry Hibbard||Laurence Malone|
|1989||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Don Myrah||Jan Wiejak||Paul Curley|
|1988||Plymouth, Massachusetts||Casey Kunselman||Don Myrah|
|1987||Bremerton, Washington||Clark Natwick (4)||Don Myrah||Paul Curley|
|1986||Scotts Valley, California||Clark Natwick (3)|
|1985||Nutley, New Jersey||Paul Curley||Ned Overend|
|1984||Santa Cruz, California||Steve Tilford||Roy Knickman||Laurence Malone|
|1983||Plymouth, Massachusetts||Steve Tilford||Clark Natwick||Tim Rutledge|
|1982||Nutley, New Jersey||Roy Knickman||Clark Natwick||Steve Tilford|
|1981||Pacifica, California||Clark Natwick (1)||Myron Lind||Joe Ryan|
|1980||Colorado Springs, Colorado||Joe Ryan||Mark Jansen||Davis Phinney|
|1979||Eugene, Oregon||Laurence Malone (5)||Joe Ryan||Clark Natwick|
|1978||Austin, Texas||Laurence Malone (4)||Clark Natwick||John Howard|
|1977||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Laurence Malone (3)||Clark Natwick||Joe Ryan|
|1976||Sunriver, Oregon||Laurence Malone (2)||Joe Ryan||Mark Pringle|
|1975||Berkeley, California||Laurence Malone||Dan Nall||Joe Ryan|
|1969||Palos Park, Illinois||John Howard||Herman Kron||Leroy "Tyger" Johnson|
|1968||Florissant, Missouri||Mike Carnahan|
|1967||Florissant, Missouri||Leroy "Tyger" Johnson (3)|
|1966||Palos Park, Illinois||Leroy "Tyger" Johnson (2)||Herman Kron||John Hood, Jr|
|1965||Palos Park, Illinois||Herman Kron (2)||Bert Kron||John Hood Sr|
|1964||Palos Park, Illinois||Herman Kron|
|1963||Palos Park, Illinois||Leroy "Tyger" Johnson|
|2019||Lakewood, Washington||Clara Honsinger||Rebecca Fahringer||Katie Compton|
|2018.2||Louisville, Kentucky||Katie Compton (15)||Sunny Gilbert||Ellen Noble|
|2018||Reno, Nevada||Katie Compton (14)||Ellen Noble||Kaitlin Keough|
|2017||Hartford, Connecticut||Katie Compton (13)||Amanda Miller||Kaitlin Antonneau|
|2016||Asheville, North Carolina||Katie Compton (12)||Georgia Gould||Kaitlin Antonneau|
|2015||Austin, Texas||Katie Compton (11)||Kaitlin Antonneau||Rachel Lloyd|
|2014||Boulder, Colorado||Katie Compton (10)||Elle Anderson||Meredith Miller|
|2013||Madison, Wisconsin||Katie Compton (9)||Jade Wilcoxson||Nicole Duke|
|2012||Madison, Wisconsin||Katie Compton (8)||Kaitlin Antonneau||Nicole Duke|
|2010||Bend, Oregon||Katie Compton (7)||Georgia Gould||Meredith Miller|
|2009||Bend, Oregon||Katie Compton (6)||Meredith Miller||Amy Dombroski|
|2008||Kansas City, Missouri||Katie Compton (5)||Georgia Gould||Rachel Lloyd|
|2007||Kansas City, Kansas||Katie Compton (4)||Rachel Lloyd||Georgia Gould|
|2006||Providence, Rhode Island||Katie Compton (3)||Georgia Gould||Kerry Barnholt|
|2005||Providence, Rhode Island||Katie Compton (2)||Ann Knapp||Maureen Bruno Roy|
|2004||Portland, Oregon||Katie Compton||Gina Hall||Ann Knapp|
|2003||Portland, Oregon||Alison Dunlap (6)||Rachel Lloyd||Gina Hall|
|2002||Napa, California||Ann Grande||Rachel Lloyd||Gina Hall|
|2001||Baltimore, Maryland||Alison Dunlap (5)||Carmen D’Aluisio||Rachel Lloyd|
|2000||Overland Park, Kansas||Alison Dunlap (4)||Ann Grande||Rachel Lloyd|
|1999||San Francisco, California (Presidio)||Alison Dunlap (3)||Ann Grande||Shari Kain|
|1998||Fort Devens, Massachusetts||Alison Dunlap (2)||Ann Grande||Carmen Richardson|
|1997||Lakewood, Colorado||Alison Dunlap||Miranda Briggs||Ruthie Matthes|
|1996||Seattle, Washington||Shari Kain (2)||Jan Bolland||Alison Dunlap|
|1995||Leicester, Massachusetts||Jan Bolland||Shari Kain||Laurie Brandt|
|1994||Seattle, Washington||Shari Kain|
|1993||Sonora, California||Lisa Muhich (2)|
|1992||Golden, Colorado||Lisa Muhich||Nancy Reynolds||Kathy Riggert|
|1991||Waltham, Massachusetts||Kathy Riggert|
|1990||Bremerton, Washington||Elizabeth Muhich (3)||Dina DiSantis|
|1989||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Elizabeth Muhich (2)||Dina DiSantis|
|1988||Plymouth, Massachusetts||Elizabeth Muhich|
|1987||Silverdale, Washington||Elizabeth Chapman (2)||Dina DiSantis|
|1986||Scotts Valley, California||Elizabeth Chapman|
|1977||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Joyce Sulanke||Debra Schadewaldt||Joan Johnson|
|1976||Sunriver, Oregon||Mary Ann Allan (2)||Carolyn Peterson||Joyce Sulanke|
|1975||Berkeley, California||Mary Ann Allan||Linda Searl||Clara Teyssier|
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