Jamey Driscoll won the second day of elite men's racing at the Charm City Cross in Baltimore, Maryland. While the women's events on both Saturday and Sunday were dominated by Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing CX), Driscoll had finished third on Saturday to winner Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano) and runner-up Matthieu Boulo (Team Pays de Dinan). Werner would be right up there again with second place on Sunday, some 11 seconds off Driscoll's pace, with Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld's Curtis White finishing third, and Boulo in fourth.ADVERTISEMENT Werner explained afterwards that the conditions were completely different to Saturday's race, with the course having dried out considerably. "But every lap we'd hit this mud bog towards the end of the lap," he said. "There was a gradual climb up out of it, and I was losing a decent amount of time on that every lap. If I was behind someone, they'd open up a decent gap so that was an error on my part."
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