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  1. Compton satisfied with podium finish after asthma issues at Namur

    Katie Compton overcame allergies and asthma for a third place finish that helped to keep the World Cup overall close. Photo: Dan Seaton | VeloNews.com

    The U.S. national champ was content with her third-place finish after breathing issues threatened to end her race early

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  2. North American Woman of the Year: Katie Compton

    At the end of the 2014 cyclocross World Cup, Compton claimed the top step on the podium for a second consecutive year. She made history one year earlier, as the first American to win the series. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    Compton claims three Velo awards: International Cyclocross and North American Cyclocross Woman, and North American Woman of the year

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  3. Kevin Pauwels wins cyclocross World Cup in Namur

    Kevin Pauwels secured his overall lead in the World Cup with an impressive win in Namur. Photo: Dan Seaton | VeloNews.com

    Pauwels plays his cards perfectly, riding a patient race on a heavy course and making the winning move on the final lap

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  4. Katerina Nash wins Namur World Cup

    Katerina Nash broke rode away from Marianne Vos to earn a solo victory in Namur. Photo: Dan Seaton | VeloNews.com

    Marianne Vos claims second, and Katie Compton is third in Namur at the fourth round of the cyclocross World Cup

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  5. Top 14 stories of 2014: Will CIRC make a difference?

    The UCI is taking a big step forward with its review commission, but is it enough? Photo: AFP

    Cycling's independent commission is a big step toward repairing the sport, but Steve Maxwell points out a number of shortcomings in its

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