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  • Final 2015 Men's Results Total | 37 Wins • 75 Podiums • 140 Top Tens
  • Final 2015 Women's Results Total | 34 Wins • 72 Podiums • 134 Top Tens

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Weekend Update: Two Wins and Five Podiums In Two Countries For Huff, Woods, Albrecht

As Fall begins and the 2015 season concludes, some of the team’s athletes not involved with World Championship weekend in Richmond, VA struck off to compete elsewhere – Mike Woods, Pierrick Naud and Lex Albrecht couldn’t resist the temptation of Victoriaville, Quebec’s Classique des Appalaches, a newly formed, mountain-themed one-day race offering a punishing course and a sizable prize pot. The team’s most talented pure sprinters, Brad Huff and Eric Young, were joined by Curtis White and guest rider Jeremy Durrin for a three-race series along the East Coast, featuring the New Haven Grand Prix in New Haven, CT, Boston’s TD Bank Mayors Cup, and Hatford’s Connecticut Cycling Festival.


Men, Women Conclude Season Proper at UCI World Championship Team Time Trial

The men and women of Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies finished the 2015 season together at the UCI World Championship Team Time Trial, fitting punctuation to the Orange & Black’s most productive season in team history.


UCI World Championship Team Time Trial | Behind the Magic Pt. 2

The day before the team time trial (TTT) world championship, in a best case scenario, is a day that should be easily forgotten, washed away with the nerves and adrenaline that will accompany Sunday’s main event. Notes are taken by directors and athletes put in some efforts, but not too many. Best to stay fresh. It’s about smoothing over as many kinks as possible before 24 do-or-die miles of racing that will be seen by millions around the world.


UCI World Championship Team Time Trial | Behind the Magic Pt. 1

The men’s team conducted a final training session on the Worlds course. Each team is granted one full ride of the course on closed roads the day before the race, but before that, things get a bit more guerrilla, as in parking the team Acura and van in a ditch and dodging traffic and other TTT squads on the open roads.


Team Set for Reading 120, Final Tune-up For UCI World Championships

The men’s team will toe the line at the final one-day race of the UCI and NRC calendar this weekend at the newly christened Reading 120 in Reading, PA on September 12. The UCI 1.2 ranked, 120 mile circuit race, described as “very long and very hard” on the race’s website, will be the final tune-up for the team as it prepares for a historic culmination of the season at the UCI World Championships in Richmond, VA.


Woods Wins Best Canadian Rider After Wet, Wintery Week in Alberta

Mike Woods cemented the red Best Canadian Rider jersey (likely tinted brown after six days of often wet, frigid racing) at the Tour of Alberta after a final circuit race in downtown Edmonton. The Ottawa, Ontario native won the classification, which became a climber’s contest after two days in Jasper National Forest on the steep slopes of the Colorado Rockies, where temperatures plummeted near the freezing mark.