Cross Predictions Wrap-Up – Week 4

Trebon crosses the line as fans cheer in Gloucester. Photo: Todd Prekaski

After a near perfect Saturday, my predicting prowess went awry on Sunday. The mudfest that was Gloucester created some great racing and showed that this year will most likely be a battle between Jeremy Powers and Ryan Trebon. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, Sven Npys dominated in Belgium while Martin Bina looked unstoppable in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Here’s how I did last week:

US Cross – Week 4

Great Brewers International Gran Prix of Gloucester – Day 1

1. Jeremy Powers – 1st
2. Ryan Trebon – 2nd
3. Tim Johnson – 3rd

Points: 5

Great Brewers International Gran Prix of Gloucester – Day 2

1. Jeremy Powers – 2nd
2. Ben Berden – 3rd
3. Nicolas Bazin – 8th

Points: 2

European Cross – Week 3

Toi Toi Cup – Round 2

The Winner

1. Radomir Simunek – DNS
2. Martin Bina – 1st
3. Petr Dlask – 7th

Points: 1

International Cyclocross Marikovská Dolina

1. Martin Bina – 1st
2. Robert Gavenda – 4th
3. Petr Dlask – DNS

Points: 3

International Cyclocross Financne centrum

1. Robert Gavenda – 7th
2. Martin Bina – 1st
3. Petr Dlask – DNS

Points: 1

Fidea GP Neerpelt

1. Sven Nys – 1st
2. Niels Albert – 2nd
3. Kevin Pauwels – 5th

Points: 4

Vlaamse Industrieprijs Bosduin

1. Kevin Pauwels – 6th
2. Niels Albert – 2nd
3. Francis Mourey – 9th

Points: 1

Radcross Illnau

1. Lukas Fluckiger – 4th
2. Enrico Franzoi – 2nd
3. Simon Zahner – 3rd

Points: 2

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