Podium for Smith while Harnden secures top 10 as young Brits shine at Cyclocross World Championships

Another successful day for GB in Fayetteville

Nathan Smith
(Image credit: Getty)

Nathan Smith took bronze and Harriet Harnden secured a top 10 as Great Britain raced another successful day at the 2022 Cyclocross World Championships in Fayetteville.

Smith led from the front as part of a junior men's trio who would stay together and contest the medals between them, the Swiss Jan Christen easily winning the sprint and the Belgian Aaron Dockx edging Smith out to take the silver medal.

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