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USA Cycling announced all BMX, mountain bike and road athletes to compete for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Cycling Team on Thursday, filling out the remainder of the U.S. Olympic lineup for the sport.
Raphael Gagne(CAN/Cannondale 360fly p/b SUGOI) andLarissa Connors(Silverado, Calif./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) jumped to the front of the menandrsquo;s and womenandrsquo;sPro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT)standings after a big day at the June 18Missoula XCin Missoula, Mont.
Coryn Rivera(Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) added to her2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings lead with three podium finishes at the June 15-19North Star Grand Prix in Minneapolis.
Brandon McNulty(Phoenix, Ariz./LUX Cycling-Strading p/b Specialized) took the General Classification win at the June 17-19 Trofeo Karlsberg in Belgium, continuing a hot summer for the junior menandrsquo;s program.
Coryn Rivera(Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) won the womenandrsquo;s omnium at the June 11-12Air Force Association Cycling Classicin Arlington, Va., to jump ahead in the womenandrsquo;s2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT)standings as the calendar reached the midpoint.
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The2016 National Track Calendar (NTC)were shaken up, particularly in the womenandrsquo;s sprint ranks, as the calendar reached the midpoint with the June 10Fastest Man on Wheelsin Trexlertown, Pa.
Aaron Gwin(Wildomar, Calif./The YT Mob) clocked the top time at the UCI World Cup #4 in Leogang, Austria, on Sunday, fortifying his standings lead at the seasonandrsquo;s midpoint.
Corben Sharrah(Tucson, Ariz./Daylight Cycle Co.) bested a field of eight riders to win the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials andndash; BMX Saturday in Chula Vista, Calif., clinching a BMX spot on the 2016 Olympic cycling team.