UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

The UCI World Cup Cyclo-cross is the most important competition in cyclocross. In the 2020-2021 season five rounds will decide who is the most continuous rider in this unique international contest.

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Overijse Belgium
Belgium

Overijse

24/01/21

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Hulst Netherlands
Netherlands

Hulst

03/01/21

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Dendermonde Belgium
Belgium

Dendermonde

27/12/20

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Namur Belgium
Belgium

Namur

20/12/20

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Tabor Czech Republic
Czech Republic

Tabor

29/11/20

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Calendar 2020 - 2021

Last season Toon Aerts and Annemarie Worst won the UCI World Cup Cyclo-cross. Add the calendar to your personal agenda and don't miss a second of the 2020 - 2021 edition!

News

16 races in 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

04/02/21

16 races in 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Tonight, the UCI announced the calendar for the 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup. A total of 16 races are scheduled, three of which in the United States. Just like the five races that took place last winter, classics such as Koksijde and Hoogerheide also got their new date. Discover the full calendar here, with some familiar cross-country locations but also newcomers.  

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Wout van Aert wins World Cup for third time

26/01/21

Wout van Aert wins World Cup for third time

The final race in Overijse would be decisive to win the 2020-2021 UCI World Cup Cyclo-cross. Wout van Aert could feel Van der Poel breathing in his neck so he gave it his all one more time to secure his overall victory.

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Lucinda Brand unbeatable in World Cup

26/01/21

Lucinda Brand unbeatable in World Cup

After winning the first three races and placing second in Hulst and Overijse there was no denying Lucinda Brand did not dominate this cyclo-cross season. The Dutch racer for Baloise Trek Lions confidently takes her first overall victory in the UCI World Cup Cyclo-cross.

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Van Aert wins today’s race and general ranking

24/01/21

Van Aert wins today’s race and general ranking

Just like during today’s women’s race, the men in Overijse also gave us a spectacular event. Belgian champion and overall leader in the World Cup Wout van Aert took home the win. He won from world champion Van der Poel with a lead of 1’03”. Pidcock finished third.

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World champion Alvarado wins last race in Overijse

24/01/21

World champion Alvarado wins last race in Overijse

After an exciting race on a challenging course world champion Alvarado was able to keep Lucinda Brand at a distance in the final lap. She took the win in Overijse in the final race of the World Cup. Manon Bakker completed the Dutch stage with a third place.

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Mathieu Van der Poel impresses after oneman show in Hulst, Wout van Aert remains leader of the World Cup.

03/01/21

Mathieu Van der Poel impresses after oneman show in Hulst, Wout van Aert remains leader of the World Cup.

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Again Orange at the top of the women's cross : Betsema supreme in Hulst, Brand certain of overall victory World Cup

03/01/21

Again Orange at the top of the women's cross : Betsema supreme in Hulst, Brand certain of overall victory World Cup

On Sunday Denise Betsema won the World Cup in Hulst, the penultimate round of the season.

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Wout Van Aert wins World Cup in Dendermonde with great dominance

27/12/20

Wout Van Aert wins World Cup in Dendermonde with great dominance

Wout van Aert won the new cyclocross in Dendermonde on Sunday, the third round of the World Cup. Van Aert rode away from Van der Poel half way through the race and continued solo to victory. Mathieu van der Poel came second almost 3 (!) minutes behind. Van Aert is also the new leader in the World Cup.

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Brand is unstoppable in Dendermonde

27/12/20

Brand is unstoppable in Dendermonde

Rain and mud in Dendermonde could not stop Lucinda Brand. World champion Alvarado resisted for a while but had no chance against the leader of Telenet Baloise Lions. Lucinda Brand remains the leader in the World Cup standings.

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Mathieu van der Poel wins an exciting World Cup round in Namur after a battle with Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock.

20/12/20

Mathieu van der Poel wins an exciting World Cup round in Namur after a battle with Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock.

The World Cup Cross in Namur has become a prey for Mathieu van der Poel. However, things didn't go smoothly for the world champion at all: he had to settle the score at the Citadel of Namur with a strong Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock, who after a brilliant battle with the Dutchman ended up second and third.

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Lucinda Brand continues to win and now also takes the victory in Namur

20/12/20

Lucinda Brand continues to win and now also takes the victory in Namur

On Sunday, Lucinda Brand won the World Cup cyclocross in Namur, for the third year in a row. The Dutch rider finished with more than half a minute's lead, ahead of the American Clara Honsinger. The Dutch rider Denise Betsema finished third more than three quarters of a minute behind.

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2020-2021 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: cancellation of the Junior and U23 races at the Namur and Dendermonde rounds in Belgium

03/12/20

2020-2021 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup: cancellation of the Junior and U23 races at the Namur and Dendermonde rounds in Belgium

Due to the current pandemic (Covid-19) linked to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the Belgian government has recently announced the continuation of measures and restrictions on sporting events until 15 January, 2021.

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Vanthourenthout wins first World Cup in Tabor

29/11/20

Vanthourenthout wins first World Cup in Tabor

The first round in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup ends with a completely Belgian podium. Michael Vanthourenhout takes the win, in front of team mate and European champions Eli Iserbyt and Wout Van Aert.

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Brand the best in Tabor

29/11/20

Brand the best in Tabor

The Dutch Lucinda Brand is in a great form and she proved that once again in Tabor. In the first UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup round of the season she was the best, before world champion Alvarado and Denise Betsema. Because of her victory she is also the first leader in the rankings.

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Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado has come of age

27/11/20

Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado has come of age

Cyclo-cross specialists are gearing up to test their speed, strength, grit and determination at the 2020-2021 edition of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The upcoming promises to be action-packed with five events in some of the most spectacular venues, starting in Tábor this Sunday.

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Vestingcross Hulst will take place in Perkpolder

26/11/20

Vestingcross Hulst will take place in Perkpolder

Exceptional circumstances call for exceptional measures, as is the case for the 4th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup on 3 January in Hulst. Because a safe organisation is an absolute priority in the current health situation, the race will take place in Perkpolder: a green location outside the centre of Hulst.

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UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup welcomes sponsor Ethias

21/08/20

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup welcomes sponsor Ethias

As from the season 2020 - 2021, the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup can count on the support of new partner Ethias, one of the largest insurance companies in Belgium. Ethias, known in the world of cyclo-cross, enters into a 3-season agreement with organiser Flanders Classics.

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UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup round Wachtebeke moves to Dendermonde

12/08/20

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup round Wachtebeke moves to Dendermonde

The fifth round of the 2020-2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup, scheduled for Sunday 6 December, will move to a new location due to unforeseen circumstances. The provincial domain in Wachtebeke will be replaced by Grembergen, municipality of Dendermonde.

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Revised calendar of the 2020 - 2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup to start on 1 November in Overijse, Belgium

01/07/20

Revised calendar of the 2020 - 2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup to start on 1 November in Overijse, Belgium

After the changes made by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) on the road and mountain bike calendars, the 2020 Cyclo- cross World Cup has now also been reorganised as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Specifically, this change means that the series will start at the beginning of November and that there will be 11 races instead of the 14 initially planned.

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