United States National Cyclo-cross Championships

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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.

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The National Champion competes in the Stars and Stripes Jersey in the next race season. MaillotUSA.PNG
The National Champion competes in the Stars and Stripes Jersey in the next race season.

Past winners

Men

YearLocationGoldSilverBronze
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 GullicksonBart Bowen Tim Johnson
1998 Fort Devens, Massachusetts Frank McCormack (2)Steve Larsen Jonathan Page
1997 Lakewood, Colorado Mark McCormack Frank McCormackDale Knapp [1]
1996 Seattle, Washington Frank McCormack Mark McCormack Jan Wiejak
1995 Leicester, Massachusetts Jan Wiejack (2) Mark McCormack Daryl Price
1994 Seattle, Washington Jan WiejackDon MyrahDale Knapp
1993 Sonora, California Don Myrah (4)Pete Webber
1992 Golden, Colorado Mark HoweDon MyrahSteve Tilford
1991 Waltham, Massachusetts Don Myrah (3)Mark McCormack
1990 Bremerton, Washington Don Myrah (2)Larry HibbardLaurence Malone
1989 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Don MyrahJan WiejakPaul Curley
1988 Plymouth, Massachusetts Casey KunselmanDon Myrah
1987 Bremerton, Washington Clark Natwick (4)Don MyrahPaul Curley
1986 Scotts Valley, California Clark Natwick (3)
1985 Nutley, New Jersey Paul CurleyNed Overend
1984 Santa Cruz, California Steve TilfordRoy KnickmanLaurence Malone
1983 Plymouth, Massachusetts Steve TilfordClark NatwickTim Rutledge
1982 Nutley, New Jersey Roy KnickmanClark NatwickSteve Tilford
1981 Pacifica, California Clark Natwick (1)Myron LindJoe Ryan
1980 Colorado Springs, Colorado Joe RyanMark 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 RyanMark Pringle
1975 Berkeley, California Laurence MaloneDan NallJoe Ryan
1970-74NOT HELD
1969 [2] Palos Park, Illinois John Howard Herman KronLeroy "Tyger" Johnson
1968 Florissant, Missouri Mike Carnahan
1967 Florissant, Missouri Leroy "Tyger" Johnson (3)
1966 [3] Palos Park, Illinois Leroy "Tyger" Johnson (2)Herman KronJohn Hood, Jr
1965 [4] Palos Park, Illinois Herman Kron (2)Bert KronJohn Hood Sr
1964 Palos Park, Illinois Herman Kron
1963 Palos Park, Illinois Leroy "Tyger" Johnson

Women

YearLocationGoldSilverBronze
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 HallAnn Knapp
2003 Portland, Oregon Alison Dunlap (6)Rachel LloydGina Hall
2002 Napa, California Ann GrandeRachel LloydGina Hall
2001 Baltimore, Maryland Alison Dunlap (5)Carmen D’AluisioRachel Lloyd [5]
2000 Overland Park, Kansas Alison Dunlap (4)Ann GrandeRachel Lloyd
1999 San Francisco, California (Presidio) Alison Dunlap (3)Ann GrandeShari Kain
1998 Fort Devens, Massachusetts Alison Dunlap (2)Ann GrandeCarmen 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 KainLaurie Brandt [6]
1994 Seattle, Washington Shari Kain
1993 Sonora, California Lisa Muhich (2)
1992 Golden, Colorado Lisa MuhichNancy ReynoldsKathy 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
1978-85NOT HELD
1977 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Joyce SulankeDebra SchadewaldtJoan Johnson
1976 Sunriver, Oregon Mary Ann Allan (2)Carolyn PetersonJoyce Sulanke
1975 Berkeley, California Mary Ann AllanLinda SearlClara Teyssier

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