Stupid TV shows, group rides, and good sandwiches were Keough’s winning formula in Iowa.
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We were treated to two very different (and exciting) races at world championships in Innsbruck. We unpack the tactics and dynamics behind
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American Katie Keough rode to her first career World Cup win in muddy conditions at Jingle Cross in Iowa City.
Ted King and Kaitlin Keough won the Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race on Saturday in Emporia, Kansas.
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Chris Case examines the field at this weekend’s cyclocross worlds and outlines the top 10 favorites for gold.
The U.S. elite women’s team looks to be the strongest yet for ‘cross worlds. Katie Compton leads a talented squad to Valkenburg.
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Stephen Hyde and Kaitie Keough win Sho-Air US Cup-CX series, demonstrating the strength of their Cannondale team.
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Focus on details like bike fit and setup has vaulted young Kaitie Keough onto the cyclocross World Cup podium.
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