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Nash goes two for two at Deschutes Brewery Cup; Gould wins the overall USGP series

Luna teammates dominate the series finale.

Anne-Marije Rook

The second day of the USGP Deschutes Brewery Cup in Bend, Oregon, was very much a repeat from the day before in the women's Elite race.

Temperatures hovered in low 30s and the course had changed only slightly with an added technical downhill, run-up and off-camber section.

Katerina Nash (Luna pro team), the winner of the weekend's opener, took an early lead and soloed on to the finish line with a minute-gap on teammate Georgia Gould. Gould, like the previous day, would take second place.

After a poor start, Caroline Mani (Raleigh-Clement) had to battle her way from 12th in the first lap to a third place finish, thus making the podium identical to the opening race.

Gould's second place finishes this weekend moved her to the top of the final series standings. Katie Compton (Trek Cyclocross Collective)and Julie Krasniak (Rapha-Focus) rounded out the series podium.