Crystal Anthony Podiums at Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City!
Liv Cycling October 2020
Saturday’s Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City was Crystal Anthony’s first major gravel race and Kaysee Armstrong’s first in-person race since the TransAndes Challenge in January. The Liv Racing athletes faced 125 miles of mostly gravel roads with some technical singletrack sections thrown in. The course climbed about 6,000 feet at an average altitude of 5,800 feet and twisted through the desert near Zion National Park.
Crystal Anthony Wins Rebecca's Private Idaho!
Liv Cycling September 2020
Rebecca’s Private Idaho 2020 took on a different form than the usual three-day gravel adventure in Ketchum, Idaho, but the mission was the same: use the bicycle for healing, evolution and empowerment. The event took place over the weekend with racers competing all over the world on courses they designed themselves. Liv Racing athletes Crystal Anthony and Serena Bishop Gordon completed the three-day Queens Stage race and finished first and second overall.
Anthony, Ortenblad Dust Off Wins on Day 2 of the Resolution Cross Cup...
Peloton Sports December 2017
GARLAND, TEXAS — When the dust had settled on a hot, dry Texas Sunday, two Californians came away with titles and significant UCI points at the Resolution Cross Cup. In the Elite Women’s race, Crystal Anthony (Maxxis Shimano Pro Cyclocross) of Newbury Park, Calif. would reign supreme and give her enough points to move her into second overall in the Professional Cyclocross (ProCX) standings.
Anthony, Ortenblad Are A-OK at 2017 Ruts N' Guts Day 1
Peloton Sports December 2017
Anthony Gets First-Ever C1 Win on Saturday
The unseasonably warm weather did not stop Crystal Anthony (Maxxis Shimano Pro Cyclocross) from securing her very first C1 title. Anthony went to the front early in the Elite Women’s race with Courtenay McFadden (Pivot Cycles DNA Cycling) and the two seemed to ride away from the very beginning.
Anthony, Werner, Kick off Orange & Black's Cross Season at CrossVegas
Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies
Sam Weibe September 2014
Crystal Anthony and Kerry Werner kicked off the Orange & Black’s third season of cyclocross this Wednesday at Clif Bar CrossVegas presented by Lazer in Las Vegas, NV. The nighttime race now in its seventh year is the largest cross race in the country and regularly draws substantial numbers of raucous fans.
Crystal Anthony Heads into the Fall with Nothing but Cyclocross on Her Mind
Andrew Reimann August 2014
When we last caught up with Crystal Anthony a few short months ago, she was wrapping up a long school year as a Spanish teacher. Hopefully, her students were impressed with the resume she created over those ten months, which included a fourth place at Cyclocross Nationals, and representing the United States at Hoogerheide.
This Is Riverside Racing
Dirtwire TV August 2014
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Amerikaanse Crystal Anthony aangereden op training
(American Crystal Anthony Hit During Training)
StartBox June 2014
De Amerikaanse veldrijdster Crystal Anthony heeft vorig weekend niet al te veel geluk gekend. Anthony viel vorig jaar net naast het podium tijdens het nationale kampioenschap. In deze zomermaanden legt ze zich toe op de mountainbikesport.
Catching Up with 'Crosser Crystal Anthony
Molly Hurfurd June 2014
We caught up with Crystal Anthony, who stormed her way through the 2013 ’cross season, ending with a fourth place spot at Nationals, and a slot on the Worlds team. While her time in Hoogerheide was marred by mechanicals, the Spanish teacher-by-day, racer-by-weekend has been making up for it with a stellar offseason.
Cyclocross Today Epidsode #1
The Cyclocross Network February 2014
This week we kick off episode 1 of our new show Cyclocross Today with a discussion of European cross results and a great interview with US worlds team member Crystal Anthony.
10 Questions for Crystal Anthony
Andrew Reimann January 2014
We caught up with Crystal Anthony, one of the few women selected to represent the United States at the Cyclocross World Championships in Hoogerheide, literally right before she left to the airport for Europe. While she has been a force to contend with on the cyclocross course since 2008, and has already proven herself as a strong contender at the World Cup level, this will be Crystal’s first time participating in Worlds. This season, she joined up with Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies and has been under the coaching direction of her brother, Jesse, who is no stranger to Cyclocross even though he made the transition to road cycling full time. The end of the season has been a major balancing act for Crystal, but it sounds as if she wouldn’t have it any other way…
Beverly's Crystal Anthony trekking to cyclocross world championships in Netherlands
Brion O'Connor January 2014
More than a decade ago, Crystal Anthony’s younger brothers, Josh and Jesse, were making national headlines in the rough-and-tumble world of cyclocross racing. They won multiple titles as teens in Beverly.
Meanwhile, she ran track and cross-country at Gordon College in Wenham before moving to Honduras to teach.
Fast-forward a dozen years.
Crystal Anthony on Fourth Place in Elite Cyclocross Nationals
Molly Hurford January 2014
Today we’re catching up with Crystal Anthony, who rode her way to fourth at Elite Nationals this past Sunday. She’s had a great season and finished it with enough results both in the US and Europe to score her a spot on the Worlds team.
Anthony siblings share success in Optum Family
Sam Weibe December 2013
Brother/sister duo in American team
Many professional bike racing teams begin to become more and more like family as the years go by, but the US-based Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies team, with both men's and women's programs, is the unique home to the brother-sister duo Jesse and Crystal Anthony.
Meet the Pros: Catching up with Crystal
Erin Faccone September 2013
If you’ve been following New England cyclocross for the past few years, there’s no doubt you’ve seen Crystal Anthony atop many a podium. After an authoritative top-five finish at the US National Championships last year, and fresh off a highly successful mountain bike season, Crystal is back with a new team and ready to chase a 2014 World Championship team spot. We caught up with her to talk bikes, food, and what it’s like to be a working pro.