USA Cycling Announces 2023 Road World Championship Teams
July 10, 2023
32 athletes have been selected to the Road team competing at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo./ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships will make history in Glasgow, Scotland as the first World Championship where 13 events will be contested across 7 disciplines. 32 athletes will compete in the road events on August 5-12, 2023.
This event is one of the first automatic Olympic qualifiers for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games for both the Road Race and the Time Trial. Olympic selection procedures can be viewed, here.
Matteo Jorgenson (Boise, Idaho; Movistar Team), Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif.; EF Education-EasyPost), and Lawson Craddock (Houston; Team BikeExchange-Jayco) will be racing the Road Race fresh off their performances at the Tour de France. Road Race National Champion Quinn Simmons (Durango, Colo.; Lidl-Trek) will also be competing given his withdrawal from the Tour. Time Trial National Champion Brandon McNulty (Phoenix; UAE Team Emirates) will be taking a crack at the rainbow stripes in the Time Trial World Championships. Magnus Sheffield (Pittsford, N.Y.; Ineos Grenadiers) will make his return after his crash in the Tour de Suisse. He has had several podiums in the World Tour this year and will also be vying for the World Title.
Road Race and Time Trial National Champion Chloé Dygert (Brownsburg, Ind.; CANYON//SRAM Racing) will be back at the Road World Championships competing in both events. Dygert has also been selected for the Track World Championships that will run during the same time in Glasgow. Veronica Ewers (Moscow, Idaho; EF Education-TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) has had an impressive Women’s World Tour season so far and will be joined by the team of Dygert, EF Education-TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank teammate Lauren Stephens (Dallas), Coryn Labecki (Tustin, Calif.; Team Jumbo-Visma), Megan Jastrab (Apple Valley, Calif.; Team DSM), Skylar Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis.; L39ion of Los Angeles), and Heidi Franz (Seattle, Wash.; DNA Pro Cycling).
The Team USA Roster is as follows:
Lawson Craddock (Houston; Team BikeExchange-Jayco) – Road Race
Matteo Jorgenson (Boise, Idaho; Movistar Team) – Road Race
Brandon McNulty (Phoenix; UAE Team Emirates) – Time Trial
Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif.; EF Education-EasyPost) – Road Race
Sean Quinn (Sherman Oaks, Calif.; EF Education-EasyPost) – Road Race
Magnus Sheffield (Pittsford, N.Y.; Ineos Grenadiers) – Time Trial & Road Race
Quinn Simmons (Durango, Colo.; Lidl-Trek) – Road Race
Chloé Dygert (Brownsburg, Ind.; CANYON//SRAM Racing) – Time Trial & Road Race
Veronica Ewers (Moscow, Idaho; EF Education-TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) – Road Race
Kristen Faulkner (Homer, Alaska; Team BikeExchange-Jayco) – Time Trial
Heidi Franz (Seattle, Wash.; DNA Pro Cycling) – Road Race
Megan Jastrab (Apple Valley, Calif.; Team DSM) – Road Race
Coryn Labecki (Tustin, Calif.; Team Jumbo-Visma) – Road Race
Amber Neben (Irvine, Calif.) – Time Trial
Skylar Schneider (Milwaukee, Wis.; L39ion of Los Angeles) – Road Race
Lauren Stephens (Dallas; EF Education-TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) – Road Race
Evan Boyle (Niskayuna, N.Y.) – Time Trial
Owen Cole (Chapel Hill, N.C.; Velocious Sport) – Road Race
Luke Lamperti (Sebastopol, Calif.; Trinity Racing) – Road Race
Brody McDonald (Escondido, Calif.; Aevolo Cycling) – Road Race
Viggo Moore (Feldberg, Ger.; Israel Premier Tech) – Time Trial
Artem Shmidt (Cumming, Ga.; Hagens Berman Axeon) – Road Race
Colby Simmons (Durango, Colo.; Jumbo-Visma Development Team) – Road Race
AJ (Andrew) August (Pittsford, N.Y.; Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) – Time Trial & Road Race
Luke Fetzer (Laguna Beach, Calif.; Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) – Road Race
Henry Neff (Arlington, Va.; Kelly Benefits Strategies Cycling) – Road Race
Darren Parham (Yucaipa, Calif.; Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) – Road Race
David Thompson (New Canaan, Conn.; Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team) – Time Trial & Road Race
Ella Brenneman (York, Pa.) – Time Trial & Road Race
Makala Jaramillo (Monument, Colo.; SonicBoom Racing) – Road Race
Ella Sabo (Redlands, Calif.; Virginia’s Blue Ridge TWENTY24 DEVO)– Road Race
Samantha Scott (Boise, Idaho; CompEdge Racing) – Time Trial & Road Race
For more information on Team USA at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, click here.
For more information on how to watch the Road events, click here.
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