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"With Pauline out of sight, the interesting part of the race took part a bit back. Alexandra Engen, Rebecca Henderson, Emily Batty and Katerina Nash push each other." - via XCO Round 4 Albstadt - Sunday Finals - Pinkbike

Click through for a great photo-essay from the cross country race at the 2014 MTB World Cup at Albstadt

"With Pauline out of sight, the interesting part of the race took part a bit back. Alexandra Engen, Rebecca Henderson, Emily Batty and Katerina Nash push each other." - via XCO Round 4 Albstadt - Sunday Finals - Pinkbike

Click through for a great photo-essay from the cross country race at the 2014 MTB World Cup at Albstadt

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"Catharine Pendrell was another that had a huge day here in Nove Mesto. The Canadian took second and moved up inside the top twenty in the overall." - via Nove Mesto XC World Cup Race Day - Pinkbike

Click through for PinkBike’s photo essay from the elite Cross Country races at the 2014 Nové Město MTB World Cup

"Catharine Pendrell was another that had a huge day here in Nove Mesto. The Canadian took second and moved up inside the top twenty in the overall." - via Nove Mesto XC World Cup Race Day - Pinkbike

Click through for PinkBike’s photo essay from the elite Cross Country races at the 2014 Nové Město MTB World Cup

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"Georgia Gould giving everything she has left on the final lap. Gould was sitting in the front of the field, but a crash put her just outside the top ten" - via AUS-pocalypse Now - WC XC Finals Photo Epic - Pinkbike

Pinkbike’s photo-essay from the women’s cross country at the 2014 Cairns MTB World Cup

"Georgia Gould giving everything she has left on the final lap. Gould was sitting in the front of the field, but a crash put her just outside the top ten" - via AUS-pocalypse Now - WC XC Finals Photo Epic - Pinkbike

Pinkbike’s photo-essay from the women’s cross country at the 2014 Cairns MTB World Cup

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"BTB TV heads to Providence, Rhode Island, for the close of New England’s cyclocross holy week, the Providence Cyclo-cross Festival."

BTB TV | BTB TV Presents: Providence Cyclo-cross Festival

Click through for video reports of the women’s and men’s races at the Providence weekend - including the silent lap in memory of Amy Dombroski.

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Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 2 - VeloNews.com
1.   Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team, 37:392.   Katie Compton (USA)Trek Cyclocross Collective, 37:513.   Helen Wyman (GBr) Kona Factory Racing, 38:104.   Elle Anderson (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 38:265.   Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 38:446.   Courtenay Mcfadden (USA) Bicycle Bluebook-HRS, 38:457.   Maureen Bruno Roy, Bob’s Red Mill-Seven Cycles, 38:548.   Nicole Duke (USA) Marin-Spy, 39:039.   Maghalie Rochette (Can) Cyclocrossworld.com, 39:0610. Kaitlin Antonneau, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 39:10
More photos of Providence Day 2 on VeloNews

Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 2 - VeloNews.com

1.   Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team, 37:39
2.   Katie Compton (USA)Trek Cyclocross Collective, 37:51
3.   Helen Wyman (GBr) Kona Factory Racing, 38:10
4.   Elle Anderson (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 38:26
5.   Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 38:44
6.   Courtenay Mcfadden (USA) Bicycle Bluebook-HRS, 38:45
7.   Maureen Bruno Roy, Bob’s Red Mill-Seven Cycles, 38:54
8.   Nicole Duke (USA) Marin-Spy, 39:03
9.   Maghalie Rochette (Can) Cyclocrossworld.com, 39:06
10. Kaitlin Antonneau, Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, 39:10

More photos of Providence Day 2 on VeloNews

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"Katerina Nash had a little more difficulty shedding Katie Compton and Helen Wyman on Sunday." - via Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 2 - VeloNews.com
More photos of Providence Day 2 on VeloNews

"Katerina Nash had a little more difficulty shedding Katie Compton and Helen Wyman on Sunday." - via Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 2 - VeloNews.com

More photos of Providence Day 2 on VeloNews

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"Katerina Nash went to the front of the select group and wasted little time before pulling away for a solo win. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com" - via Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 1 - VeloNews.com
1.   Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team, 43:242.   Elle Anderson (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 43:313.   Katie Compton (USA)Trek Cyclocross Collective, 43:334.   Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 44:195.   Crystal Anthony (USA) Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, 44:306.   Nicole Duke (USA) Marin-Spy, 44:357.   Gabby Durrin (GBr) Rapha-Focus, 44:388.   Helen Wyman (GBr) Kona Factory Racing, 44:549.   Mary McConneloug (USA) Team Kenda-Stan’s Notubes, 45:0010. Courtenay Mcfadden (USA) Bicycle Bluebook-HRS 45:06
More photos of Providence Day 1 on VeloNews

"Katerina Nash went to the front of the select group and wasted little time before pulling away for a solo win. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com" - via Gallery: Providence Cyclocross Festival, day 1 - VeloNews.com

1.   Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team, 43:24
2.   Elle Anderson (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 43:31
3.   Katie Compton (USA)Trek Cyclocross Collective, 43:33
4.   Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant Strawberries-Specialized, 44:19
5.   Crystal Anthony (USA) Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies, 44:30
6.   Nicole Duke (USA) Marin-Spy, 44:35
7.   Gabby Durrin (GBr) Rapha-Focus, 44:38
8.   Helen Wyman (GBr) Kona Factory Racing, 44:54
9.   Mary McConneloug (USA) Team Kenda-Stan’s Notubes, 45:00
10. Courtenay Mcfadden (USA) Bicycle Bluebook-HRS 45:06

More photos of Providence Day 1 on VeloNews

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"I did not announce retirement, " Nash said in a phone interview. "What that article was about, basically, is that I will not compete in a full mountain bike season next year. I will not be racing the world cup races and instead race more domestically."

Her cyclocross season, too, will be more domestic.

"My cyclocross season is changing in that I’m not going for Worlds. I feel like there is good competition domestically," Nash said, adding that she’ll be representing Luna at upcoming races such as Providence Cyclo-cross Festival, Ohio Cross and Spooky Cross.

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Nash: “I did not announce retirement” - Podium Cafe

So glad Katerina Nash is NOT retiring!

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Lovely video coverage of CrossVegas, where Katerina Nash beat Lea Davison and Catharine Pendrel.  Loving the BTB coverage of USA cyclocross!

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CrossVegas podium
via 2013 CrossVegas Gallery
1. Katerina Nash (Luna), 2. Lea Davison (Specialized), 3. Catharine Pendrel (Luna)
More great photos from the 2013 CrossVegas on their website

CrossVegas podium

via 2013 CrossVegas Gallery

1. Katerina Nash (Luna), 2. Lea Davison (Specialized), 3. Catharine Pendrel (Luna)

More great photos from the 2013 CrossVegas on their website

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Katerina Nash, CrossVegas
via 2013 CrossVegas Gallery
More great photos from the 2013 CrossVegas on their website

Katerina Nash, CrossVegas

via 2013 CrossVegas Gallery

More great photos from the 2013 CrossVegas on their website

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Georgia Gould on Cross Vegas, Rubber Chickens, Her Season Ending, and Getting “Awesomer” (by cyclocrossmagazine)

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Katerina Nash wins Cross Vegas 2013
via Cross Vegas 2013 Report, Results: Sven Nys, Katerina Nash Take Dominant Wins : Cyclocross Magazine 1. Katerina Nash, 2. Lea Davison, 3. Catharine Pendrel
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Katerina Nash wins Cross Vegas 2013

via Cross Vegas 2013 Report, Results: Sven Nys, Katerina Nash Take Dominant Wins : Cyclocross Magazine
1. Katerina Nash, 2. Lea Davison, 3. Catharine Pendrel

Click through for the report, full results and gallery of photos

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"Finally, the arm upraised for the win." - via Finals Photos - MSA XC World Cup 2013 - Pinkbike
Huge congratulations to Katerina Nash, winning her first ever XCo MTB World Cup at 36.  She’s such a fun rider, it’s great to see her win.
Click through for a great photo essay from the Mont-Sainte-Anne round of the 2013 Cross Country MTB World Cup

"Finally, the arm upraised for the win." - via Finals Photos - MSA XC World Cup 2013 - Pinkbike

Huge congratulations to Katerina Nash, winning her first ever XCo MTB World Cup at 36.  She’s such a fun rider, it’s great to see her win.

Click through for a great photo essay from the Mont-Sainte-Anne round of the 2013 Cross Country MTB World Cup