UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Rounds

Antwerpen Belgium
Belgium

Antwerpen

24/11/24

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Dublin Ireland
Ireland

Dublin

01/12/24

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Oristano Italy
Italy

Oristano

08/12/24

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Namur Belgium
Belgium

Namur

15/12/24

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Hulst Netherlands
Netherlands

Hulst

21/12/24

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Zonhoven Belgium
Belgium

Zonhoven

22/12/24

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Gavere Belgium
Belgium

Gavere

26/12/24

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Besançon France
France

Besançon

29/12/24

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Dendermonde Belgium
Belgium

Dendermonde

05/01/25

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Benidorm Spain
Spain

Benidorm

19/01/25

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Maasmechelen Belgium
Belgium

Maasmechelen

25/01/25

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Hoogerheide Netherlands
Netherlands

Hoogerheide

26/01/25

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Season 2023 - 2024

Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado and Eli Iserbyt are the overall winners of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2023-2024. For the Dutch rider, it marks her first overall victory in the most important points-based criterium. Iserbyt had previously won the UCI World Cup in the 2021-2022 season.

News

This is the calendar for the 2024-2025 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

19/04/24

This is the calendar for the 2024-2025 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Flanders Classics and the UCI have announced the calendar of the 2024-2025 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The most important regularity criterium will feature 12 rounds in six countries the coming season, with one new venue: Oristano in Sardinia, Italy.

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Van der Poel races away on the penultimate lap

28/01/24

Van der Poel races away on the penultimate lap

As in the women’s race, it was the world champion who triumphed in the final round of this season’s World Cup. Mathieu van der Poel raced solo to victory in “his” Hoogerheide. Joris Nieuwenhuis came second, Pim Ronhaar third.

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Van Empel dots the ‘i’s and crosses the ‘t’s in Hoogerheide

28/01/24

Van Empel dots the ‘i’s and crosses the ‘t’s in Hoogerheide

World champion Van Empel showed that she was ready for the World Championships in the final round of this season’s World Cup. The Dutch rider made the decisive move on the steps and then sprinted convincingly from the top to secure victory.

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Wout van Aert triumphs in Benidorm

21/01/24

Wout van Aert triumphs in Benidorm

All the ingredients were present in Benidorm to make it another great spectacle. The Big Three were at the start, the sun was out and the fans were plentiful.

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Van Empel wins thriller in Benidorm

21/01/24

Van Empel wins thriller in Benidorm

Under the winter sun in Benidorm, the thirteenth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup unfolded, promising an exhilarating race with cycling titans like Van Empel, Pieterse, and Backstedt at the starting line.

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Dominance of Mathieu van der Poel in Zonhoven

07/01/24

Dominance of Mathieu van der Poel in Zonhoven

In the 12th leg of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Zonhoven, Mathieu van der Poel displayed his unwavering pursuit of a 10th consecutive victory. The world champion started a solo midway through the race and successfully completed it.

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Another victory for Pieterse in Zonhoven

07/01/24

Another victory for Pieterse in Zonhoven

The 12th leg of the Cyclo-cross World Cup in Zonhoven unfolded with Lucinda Brand and Puck Pieterse emerging as top contenders. Pieterse took the win after a crash by Brand.

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Join The Click at the UCI World Cup round in Zonhoven

04/01/24

Join The Click at the UCI World Cup round in Zonhoven

The organisation of the UCI World Cup round in Zonhoven is teaming up with De Click rewards project, which seeks to battle against litter. Those who use the app to scan their own rubbish or the litter they pick up at the race site in Zonhoven and then dispose of it in the correct rubbish bin are rewarded with virtual points. Join in on Sunday 7 January and have a chance to win a World Cup jersey signed by the winners of the World Cup round in Zonhoven.

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Dominant display by Mathieu van der Poel in Hulst

30/12/23

Dominant display by Mathieu van der Poel in Hulst

Mathieu van der Poel has won the 11th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Dutchman started another solo early in the race and successfully completed it. Joris Nieuwenhuis and Lars van der Haar joined him on the podium.

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Thrilling battle among the Women Elite in Hulst

30/12/23

Thrilling battle among the Women Elite in Hulst

The anticipation was palpable as the renowned vestigingscross in Hulst hosted the 11th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Dutch stars geared up for an epic showdown in this prestigious round, promising an exhilarating spectacle with all the top contenders vying for supremacy.

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Van der Poel rules in the Gavere mud

26/12/23

Van der Poel rules in the Gavere mud

After winning in Antwerpen, Mathieu van der Poel also tastes success in the World Cup round in Gavere. The world champion attacked again early in the race and did not tolerate any opposition. Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock flanked him on the podium.

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Pieterse wins her first World Cup race of the season in Gavere

26/12/23

Pieterse wins her first World Cup race of the season in Gavere

Puck Pieterse was the strongest in the Gavere mud. The Dutch champion went on the attack in the very first lap and succeeded in holding off Fem van Empel and Ceylin Alvarado. It is Pieterse’s first World Cup win of the season.

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Van der Poel star of the show on Sint-Anneke beach

23/12/23

Van der Poel star of the show on Sint-Anneke beach

There was no stopping Mathieu van der Poel in Antwerpen. The world champion had to correct a lopsided situation early in the race, but by lap three he had already embarked on an impressive solo. Van Aert came second, Iserbyt third.

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World champion Van Empel wins solo in Antwerpen

23/12/23

World champion Van Empel wins solo in Antwerpen

World champion Van Empel rode to victory in Antwerpen with an advantage of 18 seconds. She took off in lap four and made it ahead of her compatriots Brand and Pieterse.

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Your caravan or campervan along the course of the World Cup round in Antwerpen?

18/12/23

Your caravan or campervan along the course of the World Cup round in Antwerpen?

On Saturday 23 December, Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel and Tom Pidcock will face each other for the first time this cyclo-cross season. They will do so at the UCI World Cup round in Antwerpen. The course on Linkeroever runs across the domain of City Camping Antwerp. Book your place at the campsite now and enjoy a unique view on the races.

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Pidcock Triumphs in World Cup Comeback

17/12/23

Pidcock Triumphs in World Cup Comeback

The 8th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup for Men Elite in Namur brought not only the usual spectacle, but also the return of Tom Pidcock. With tense expectations, people watched to see how the British rider should make his mark in this prestigious race.

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Alvarado dominates in Namur under radiant winter sun

17/12/23

Alvarado dominates in Namur under radiant winter sun

Under a radiant winter sun, the 8th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Namur unfolded with high expectations. With the absence of Fem van Empel, all eyes were on the top favourites Alvarado, Brand, and Pieterse.

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Will you be at the cyclo-cross World Championships in Tabor?

12/12/23

Will you be at the cyclo-cross World Championships in Tabor?

Didn't get enough of cyclo-cross on snow after the UCI World Cup round in Val di Sole? Then we have good news! Tabor will host the cyclo-cross World Championships in February 2024. Find out below how you can be there.

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Nieuwenhuis flies solo to victory in the snow

10/12/23

Nieuwenhuis flies solo to victory in the snow

There wasn’t a great deal of excitement in Val di Sole during the men’s race. Joris Nieuwenhuis led from start to finish and claimed his first World Cup success with an impressive solo.

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Bakker triumphs in Val di Sole

10/12/23

Bakker triumphs in Val di Sole

For the first time in her career, Manon Bakker has won a World Cup race. The Dutch rider made it to the finish line in Val di Sole ahead of Alvarado and Pieterse. After the seventh round of the competition, Alvarado remains leader of the classification.

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Will you be joining The Big Three out in the field?

07/12/23

Will you be joining The Big Three out in the field?

Mathieu van der Poel, Tom Pidcock and Wout van Aert will soon be making their return to the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. Discover below the races in which you can see The Big Three in action and have a chance of winning a pair of tickets for the World Cup races in Antwerpen, Gavere and Zonhoven.

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Iserbyt wins splendid spectacle in Flamanville

03/12/23

Iserbyt wins splendid spectacle in Flamanville

The sixth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Flamanville was full of excitement and thrills. The course challenged the riders with technical sections and fast descents, leading to a breathtaking battle for victory. Just like two years ago, it was Eli Iserbyt who took the victory.

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Lucinda Brand dominates in Flamanville

03/12/23

Lucinda Brand dominates in Flamanville

Flamanville was the setting for the sixth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2023-2024. Lucinda Brand proved herself to be the best on a slippery course. Marie Schreiber and Leonie Bentveld joined her on the podium.

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Ronhaar came out on top in Dublin's mud

26/11/23

Ronhaar came out on top in Dublin's mud

After Dendermonde, Pim Ronhaar also took victory in Dublin. The decisive move came in the last straight. Sweeck had to give the thumbs up to the Dutchman and came second. Iserbyt finished in third place and remains in the lead in the rankings.

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Brand shines with a solo from start to finish in Dublin

26/11/23

Brand shines with a solo from start to finish in Dublin

Lucinda Brand has completed the fifth round of the season. Right from the first lap, the Dutch cyclist rode away from the peloton. Alvarado was still trying to close the gap but had to be satisfied with a second place. As in Dendermonde, Backstedt came third.

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Discover the fan zones along the course in Dublin

20/11/23

Discover the fan zones along the course in Dublin

On Sunday 26 November, the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will return to Dublin. The second World Cup round ever on Irish soil will undoubtedly have many great things to offer once again. Spectators can visit two brand new fan zones along the course. Find out all about them below.

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Iserbyt comes out on top in dual with Van der Haar in Troyes

19/11/23

Iserbyt comes out on top in dual with Van der Haar in Troyes

Troyes welcomed the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup for the first time and it promised to be an exciting battle, with Eli Iserbyt looking for his first win of the season. With the leader in the stands, Lars van der Haar, and Joris Nieuwenhuis, were ready for an intense confrontation.

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Alvarado extends winning streak in Troyes

19/11/23

Alvarado extends winning streak in Troyes

In the fourth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Troyes, top Dutch talent Puck Pieterse was back in action. The women’s race promised to be exciting, with the focus on the battle between Pieterse and the leader of the classification Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado.

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Discover the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup course in Troyes

13/11/23

Discover the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup course in Troyes

On Sunday 19 November, Troyes will be the setting for the fourth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2023-2024. The French course is a newcomer to the most important points-based criterium. Discover what you can expect from this round below.

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Pim Ronhaar wins his first UCI World Cup round among the Men Elite in Dendermonde

12/11/23

Pim Ronhaar wins his first UCI World Cup round among the Men Elite in Dendermonde

Dendermonde was the setting for Pim Ronhaar’s first UCI World Cup victory among the Men Elite. The Dutchman was on form with a half-race solo and took victory ahead of his teammate Lars van der Haar and Laurens Sweeck.

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Ceylin Alvarado is the strongest in the Dendermonde mud

12/11/23

Ceylin Alvarado is the strongest in the Dendermonde mud

Ceylin Alvarado took her first win of the season in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Dutchwoman soloed to victory on a brutal course in Dendermonde. In her comeback, Lucinda Brand crossed the line in second place.

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Lars van der Haar takes handsome victory in Maasmechelen

29/10/23

Lars van der Haar takes handsome victory in Maasmechelen

Lars van der Haar was the strongest in the round of the World Cup in Maasmechelen. In a race that was close for a long time, the Dutch champion attacked three laps from the finish.

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Fem van Empel dominates in Maasmechelen

29/10/23

Fem van Empel dominates in Maasmechelen

After winning the opening round in Waterloo, Fem van Empel has now also won the second round in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2023-2024. The world champion dominated the race in Maasmechelen from start to finish, successfully completing a five-lap solo.

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Show: 'Crossen, vliegen, duiken en weer opstaan'

18/10/23

Show: 'Crossen, vliegen, duiken en weer opstaan'

In 'Crossen, vliegen, duiken en weer opstaan', cycling reporter Christophe Vandegoor and master storyteller and former world champion cyclo-cross Paul Herygers drag you over the beams on Friday 5 January 2024 in Zonhoven. In search of cyclocross' roots and the most fascinating stories of this intriguing sport.

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Thibau Nys scores his first Men Elite World Cup victory in Waterloo

15/10/23

Thibau Nys scores his first Men Elite World Cup victory in Waterloo

Thibau Nys breaks his duck. For the first time in his career, the Belgian took victory in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup for Elite Men in Waterloo. With the help of his technical skills and a shoe problem for Eli Iserbyt, Nys completed a fine solo.

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Fem van Empel opens her World Cup season with victory in Waterloo

15/10/23

Fem van Empel opens her World Cup season with victory in Waterloo

Fem van Empel has claimed the opening round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The world champion launched her attack early in the second round and was never troubled.

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Win a season pass to the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

11/10/23

Win a season pass to the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Are you looking forward to a new season of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup? Then we have good news for you, because you can be present at all races of the most imporant regularity criterium. Click through to the form below for your chance to win a season ticket to the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup!

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Maasmechelen, more than just a cyclo-cross round

11/10/23

Maasmechelen, more than just a cyclo-cross round

On Sunday 29 October, the cyclo-cross peloton descends on Maasmechelen for the second round of the 2023-2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. Just like last year, spectators will not only be able to enjoy the sporting spectacle, but also the atmosphere which will not be in short supply in the four fan zones around the course. Discover the extensive programme below.

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Royal A-ware partner of UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup for two more years

29/08/23

Royal A-ware partner of UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup for two more years

Dairy company Royal A-ware and the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup continue their association. The international family-run business has been a partner of cyclo-cross’s most important points-based criterion since 2021 and has recently extended the partnership for two more years.

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VELUX is the new partner for the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

26/06/23

VELUX is the new partner for the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

In the run-up to the new cyclo-cross season, VELUX is joining the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup as one of the partners. This is a partnership for the winter of 2023-2024.

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This is the calendar for the 2023-2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

02/03/23

This is the calendar for the 2023-2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Flanders Classics and the UCI have announced the calendar of the 2023-2024 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The most important regularity criterium will again feature 14 races, including one new venue: Troyes.

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One strong acceleration suffices for Van der Poel in Besançon

29/01/23

One strong acceleration suffices for Van der Poel in Besançon

Mathieu van der Poel has won the final round of the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Dutchman pushed very hard in the fourth lap on an uphill stretch and soloed away to victory.

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Mechanical problems don’t keep Pieterse from winning in Besançon

29/01/23

Mechanical problems don’t keep Pieterse from winning in Besançon

The final round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2022-2023 resulted in a win for Puck Pieterse. The Dutch champion had to deal with mechanical problems early on in Besançon, but fought back and then soloed to victory.

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Mathieu van der Poel brimming with confidence in Benidorm

22/01/23

Mathieu van der Poel brimming with confidence in Benidorm

In a lightning-fast and incredibly exciting cross under the Spanish sun, Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin – Deceuninck) sprinted to victory. He made it by a few metres ahead of Wout van Aert (Jumbo – Visma). Eli Iserbyt (Pauwels Sauzen – Bingoal) was allowed to join the podium. Laurens Sweeck (Crelan – Fristads) finished fourth and can call himself overall winner of the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.

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Van Empel wins thrilling battle for victory in Benidorm

22/01/23

Van Empel wins thrilling battle for victory in Benidorm

The first World Cup race on Spanish soil since Igorre in 2011 was right up Fem van Empel's (Jumbo – Visma) alley. She made it ahead of compatriots Puck Pieterse (Alpecin – Deceuninck) and Shirin van Anrooij (Baloise Trek Lions). Van Empel is also certain of the overall victory in the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup after this win.

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After Dublin, Van Aert also best in the 'Kuil'

08/01/23

After Dublin, Van Aert also best in the 'Kuil'

In Zonhoven, Wout van Aert took his second win of the season in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Belgian champion soloed to victory and pulled ahead of his rival Van der Poel, who was forced to surrender a position at the front after a crash. Sweeck completed the podium.

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Van Anrooij triumphant in the Zonhoven sand dunes

08/01/23

Van Anrooij triumphant in the Zonhoven sand dunes

In the women’s race, Van Anrooij cycled solo to victory in the twelfth round of the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. After an absolutely thrilling first half, Van Anrooij was able to strengthen her lead in the second half of the race. She beat Pieterse and Van Empel.

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A strong Van der Poel claims victory in Gavere

26/12/22

A strong Van der Poel claims victory in Gavere

In the mud in Gavere, we had a real battle of the titans. After a fantastic clash between the big 3, it was Mathieu van der Poel who triumphed. Wout van Aert finished second, with world champion Tom Pidcock taking third spot on the podium.

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Van Anrooij solos to second World Cup win of the season

26/12/22

Van Anrooij solos to second World Cup win of the season

Dutch rider Shirin van Anrooij has given herself a nice Christmas present. In Gavere, she won her second World Cup round of the season finishing solo. On a tough and muddy course, she left behind her teammate Brand. Pieterse took third place on the podium.

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“Younited Belgium is a team for experts in the daily survival”

22/12/22

“Younited Belgium is a team for experts in the daily survival”

Younited is a social sports organisation that uses sport to improve the welfare of the most vulnerable target groups in our society. On Monday 26 December, we have invited a number of riders from their cycling teams to the UCI World Cup round in Gavere. Kenny Van Houcke, head of Flanders at Younited Belgium, tells us something about the organisation.

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European champion Vanthourenhout crowns himself snow king of Val di Sole

17/12/22

European champion Vanthourenhout crowns himself snow king of Val di Sole

Snow and ice created a spectacle in Italy’s Val di Sole. The unique surface gave European champion Vanthourenhout wings. He completed an impressive solo. The young Belgian Vandeputte and the Swiss Kuhn were almost as happy with their second and third places.

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Pieterse prevails in snow of Val di Sole

17/12/22

Pieterse prevails in snow of Val di Sole

A white carpet of snow, we don’t see that often during the cyclo-cross season, but we did in Italy’s Val di Sole. There, the riders were able to show their skills on the ice. The technically strong Pieterse did so with bravura and she triumphed after a nice solo.

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Van Aert solos in Dublin

11/12/22

Van Aert solos in Dublin

Wout van Aert has secured his first win of the season. The Belgian champion had to chase twice after bad luck, but decided the race with one acceleration on the penultimate lap. He makes it ahead of Sweeck and Pidcock.

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Van Empel triumphs after thrilling duel with Pieterse in Dublin

11/12/22

Van Empel triumphs after thrilling duel with Pieterse in Dublin

Fem van Empel’s dominance continues. With a sixth victory in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup this season, she is more firmly in the lead in the standings. Van Empel was able to hold off Pieterse after an ultimate acceleration in the final metres in the field. Betsema finished in third place.

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Discover the sport and fringe programmes in Dublin

09/12/22

Discover the sport and fringe programmes in Dublin

A real first on the agenda on Sunday 11 December, when Dublin will be the setting for the first ever UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup round on Irish soil. Lots of top riders will sign up for the cross on and around the Sport Ireland Campus, but there will also be plenty to do off the course. Get to know the programme below.

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Mathieu van der Poel impresses in Antwerpen

04/12/22

Mathieu van der Poel impresses in Antwerpen

Mathieu van der Poel was on form with an impressive solo in Antwerpen. The Dutch rider attacked on the second lap and triumphed with a solo win. Wout van Aert finished second on his return to the field.

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Van Empel cruises solo to her fifth UCI World Cup victory in Antwerpen

04/12/22

Van Empel cruises solo to her fifth UCI World Cup victory in Antwerpen

Dutch rider Fem van Empel took her fifth UCI World Cup victory of the season in Antwerp. Her compatriot Puck Pieterse offered some resistance for half of the race, but the UCI World Cup leader eventually built up an impressive lead.

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Van der Poel makes a return in style and wins for the fifth time in Hulst

27/11/22

Van der Poel makes a return in style and wins for the fifth time in Hulst

A fairly technical circuit awaited the riders in Hulst in the Netherlands. Slopes and slippery descents made for an exciting race that was partly decided in the final lap by world champion Tom Pidcock breaking a wheel. Mathieu van der Poel soloed straight to a first win this season after a strong comeback in the field.

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Pieterse goes solo to claim second consecutive World Cup victory in Hulst

27/11/22

Pieterse goes solo to claim second consecutive World Cup victory in Hulst

The technical circuit in Hulst provided quite a spectacle during the 7th World Cup race. After what promised to be an exciting duel between Pieterse and Van Empel, a crash by Van Empel threw a spanner in the works. This meant Pieterse was able to ride solo to her second World Cup victory in a row.

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Michael Vanthourenhout claimed a muddy victory after a thrilling duel in Overijse

20/11/22

Michael Vanthourenhout claimed a muddy victory after a thrilling duel in Overijse

A strong Michael Vanthourenhout triumphed in the Druivencross after a thrilling race. The European champion and the world champion battled it out for victory in a nail-biting duel.

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Pieterse balances with an amazing solo to victory in Overijse

20/11/22

Pieterse balances with an amazing solo to victory in Overijse

Puck Pieterse claimed victory in the ‘Mother of all Crosses' in Overijse after an amazing solo. The young Dutch rider from the Alpecin-Deceuninck team set off in a blaze, eventually beating her rivals by more than a minute.

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Two in a row for Sweeck in the World Cup

13/11/22

Two in a row for Sweeck in the World Cup

Laurens Sweeck firmly took control of the brand new World Cup in Beekse Bergen. On a fast course, and after some unexpected twists and turns, five riders launched into the final lap. In the end, Sweeck was the strongest, before van der Haar and Vanthourenhout.

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First World Cup victory for van Anrooij in Beekse Bergen

13/11/22

First World Cup victory for van Anrooij in Beekse Bergen

It was a thrilling battle between three young Dutch riders in Beekse Bergen. Van Empel, who won the first four rounds of the World Cup, Pieterse and van Anrooij were well matched. In the end, van Anrooij was able to secure the victory, her first one ever in the World Cup.

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Laurens Sweeck wins his first World Cup race in Maasmechelen

30/10/22

Laurens Sweeck wins his first World Cup race in Maasmechelen

Laurens Sweeck won the first edition of the latest round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Maasmechelen. The man from the Crelan – Fristads team took to his heels midway through the race to notch up his very first World Cup success.

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Four in a row for Fem van Empel in Maasmechelen

30/10/22

Four in a row for Fem van Empel in Maasmechelen

None other than Fem van Empel has won the latest round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Maasmechelen. The young Dutch rider has thus won her fourth World Cup race in a row.

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Sustainability as a core value in Maasmechelen

28/10/22

Sustainability as a core value in Maasmechelen

Maasmechelen wants to showcase its sustainable side, with own initiatives such as vacuum toilets, reusable cups, and suggestions to the audience. Moreover, Flanders Classics will donate 1 euro for every ticket sold to the National Park Fund, which was set up to protect the park’s nature.

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Discover the sport and fringe programmes in Maasmechelen

26/10/22

Discover the sport and fringe programmes in Maasmechelen

The wait is almost over. On Sunday 30 October, Maasmechelen will host a brand-new UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup race. The city in Limburg is touting its sports assets, in addition to guaranteeing a lively atmosphere and lots of entertainment around the course. Check out the extensive programme below because there is so much more to see and experience in addition to exciting races during the fourth round of the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.

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Iserbyt rides solo to win three out of three in Tábor

23/10/22

Iserbyt rides solo to win three out of three in Tábor

Eli Iserbyt reinforced his leading position in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup with a victory in Tábor, in the Czech Republic. The Belgian held off European champion Lars van der Haar after a brilliant solo ride.

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Three out of three for Van Empel after win in Tábor

23/10/22

Three out of three for Van Empel after win in Tábor

Waterloo, Fayetteville and now Tábor. Fem van Empel remains unbeaten in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. After a closed race, she settled scores with her compatriots Puck Pieterse and Annemarie Worst in the final lap.

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Paul Herygers weighs up the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

17/10/22

Paul Herygers weighs up the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Over the past two weeks, the cyclo-cross peloton gave its best in the US opening rounds of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. There is not much time to unwind, as tomorrow in Tabor the third race of the regularity criterium is already on the programme. We asked former world champion and Sporza co-commentator Paul Herygers for a preview of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.

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Iserbyt beats Sweeck after highly-charged sprint in Fayetteville

16/10/22

Iserbyt beats Sweeck after highly-charged sprint in Fayetteville

Two out of two for Eli Iserbyt in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The rider from West Flanders defeated Laurens Sweeck with a strong sprint.

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Van Empel strongest in Fayetteville after a three-rider sprint

16/10/22

Van Empel strongest in Fayetteville after a three-rider sprint

After the opening round in Waterloo, Fem van Empel has now also won the second race in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. She beat Lucinda Brand and Annemarie Worst in a three-rider sprint.

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Iserbyt opens the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup with an impressive solo

09/10/22

Iserbyt opens the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup with an impressive solo

Eli Iserbyt gave a spectacular performance when he won the first round of the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Belgian from Pauwels Sauzen – Bingoal attacked in the second lap.

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Fem van Empel sprints to victory in Waterloo

09/10/22

Fem van Empel sprints to victory in Waterloo

Fem van Empel has won the opening round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2022-2023. She defeated her compatriot Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado in Waterloo after a blisteringly fast final lap.

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UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup welcomes sponsors Viessmann and Simac

30/09/22

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup welcomes sponsors Viessmann and Simac

The UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup welcomes two new official partners. The main regularity criterion can thus count on the support of two new partners from the 2022-2023 season: expert in heat pumps Viessmann and international IT company Simac.

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Dublin, Maasmechelen and Gavere added to the 2022 - 2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

21/09/22

Dublin, Maasmechelen and Gavere added to the 2022 - 2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Flanders Classics and the UCI welcome Dublin (Ireland), Maasmechelen (Belgium) and Gavere (Belgium) to the 2022-2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Irish round will fill up the missing spot on the 11th of December. Maasmechelen on the other hand will replace Rucphen on the 30th of October, while Gavere will do the same for Dendermonde on the 26th of December.

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Lucinda Brand wins the final ranking for the 2nd year in a row

28/01/22

Lucinda Brand wins the final ranking for the 2nd year in a row

Just like Eli Iserbyt, winner of the men’s final rankings, Lucinda Brand was assured of final victory in the 2021 - 2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup even before the final round. And after a great second place in Hoogerheide, she finished her World Cup season with 432 points. That was 71 points more than Denise Betsema, who finished as runner-up. Do you remember all the places where Lucinda Brand won?

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Winner of the GC also wins in Hoogerheide

23/01/22

Winner of the GC also wins in Hoogerheide

In Hoogerheide Eli Iserbyt closed his World Cup season today like he began it a few months ago in Waterloo: with his arms in the air. After a particularly exciting race, the winner of the final classification in Hoogerheide won with a few seconds advantage on Van der Haar and Pidcock.

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Marianne Vos wins last round in Hoogerheide

23/01/22

Marianne Vos wins last round in Hoogerheide

In Hoogerheide in the Netherlands, at 1.40 pm the elite women were competing for the last time in the 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup season. After an exciting race with a nice elite group that thinned out as the race progressed, it was Marianne Vos who decided in the final lap to do full justice to her new national champion's jersey and ride solo to the finish.

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Iserbyt is victorious in Flamanville

16/01/22

Iserbyt is victorious in Flamanville

His final victory in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup was already a foregone conclusion, but today in Flamanville, Normandy, Eli Iserbyt showed once again why he fully deserves that jersey and final victory. After 8 fast laps he finished just under a minute ahead of Toon Aerts. Michael Vanthourenhout finished third.

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Van Empel the fastest in the final sprint with Pieterse

16/01/22

Van Empel the fastest in the final sprint with Pieterse

The three youngsters Puck Pieterse, Fem van Empel and Kata Blanka Vas were tipped in advance for the round in Flamanville, France. In a breathtaking setting, they each lived up to their role as favourites. After an exciting sprint with Pieterse, Van Empel finished on the top step of the podium. Vas crossed the line 23 seconds later in 3rd place.

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Get to know Flamanville!

11/01/22

Get to know Flamanville!

On Sunday 16 January 2022, the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be held for the first time in the French town of Flamanville. After the mud of Besançon, the snow in Val di Sole and the Camiels Carrousel in Rucphen, this is the fourth new arrival in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. Normandy as a backdrop for a cyclo-cross, we are already looking forward to the penultimate event!

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MUST SEE: British rising stars in cyclo-cross

07/01/22

MUST SEE: British rising stars in cyclo-cross

Zoë Backstedt and Cameron Mason are two rising British stars in cyclo-cross. Curious to find out how they are experiencing their cyclo-cross winter? Find out here!

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Iserbyt wins GC in Hulst

06/01/22

Iserbyt wins GC in Hulst

There are still two heats to go and yet Eli Iserbyt is already certain of the overall victory in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup 2021-2022. His second place in Hulst was enough to put the final victory in the GC on his name. We look back at the past few months and Iserbyt's winning streak. 

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Tom Pidcock victorious in Hulst

02/01/22

Tom Pidcock victorious in Hulst

Tom Pidcock took his second victory in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Hulst. The Briton won after a tough battle with Eli Iserbyt. The latter’s second place makes him the overall winner of the regularity criterium.

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Lucinda Brand wins again in Hulst

02/01/22

Lucinda Brand wins again in Hulst

World champion Lucinda Brand has won the 13th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. In Hulst in the Netherlands, on the penultimate round, she caught up with and passed Puck Pieterse.

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Wout van Aert wins solo in Dendermonde

26/12/21

Wout van Aert wins solo in Dendermonde

The Dendermonde round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup was right up Wout van Aert's street. Mathieu van der Poel and Toon Aerts put up a good fight for four laps, but halfway through the race, the Belgian champion showed himself to be the strongest. He rode solo to victory while Van der Poel finished second on his return.

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Brand wins the tough race in Dendermode

26/12/21

Brand wins the tough race in Dendermode

World champion Lucinda Brand has won the Dendermonde round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. She accelerated in the third lap and left everyone behind. The American Clara Honsinger came second.

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Emotional Vanthourenhout wins hard round in Namur

19/12/21

Emotional Vanthourenhout wins hard round in Namur

A wonderful victory for Michael Vanthourenhout today on the Citadelle de Namur. After a long race chasing, he was able to pull away from top favourite Tom Pidcock in lap 5. After a few slips by the latter, he managed to beat the young Briton by more than half a minute in the 11th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.

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One-woman show for Lucinda Brand in Namur

19/12/21

One-woman show for Lucinda Brand in Namur

Namur proved once again that the 11th round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup would not be a World Cup without the round on the Citadel of Namur. The Citadelcross provided a spectacular race for the women elite, where an overpowering Lucinda Brand put on a one-woman show.

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Tom Pidcock wins in Rucphen after a lightening fast final lap

18/12/21

Tom Pidcock wins in Rucphen after a lightening fast final lap

British rider Tom Pidcock was the winner in Rucphen. In the last lap he caught and passed teammates Eli Iserbyt and Michael Vanthourenhout.

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Marianne Vos sprints to victory in Rucphen

18/12/21

Marianne Vos sprints to victory in Rucphen

Marianne Vos has won the 10th round of the UCI cyclo-cross World Cup in Rucphen. The Dutchwoman beat world champion Lucinda Brand in a sprint between the two.

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No shortage of UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup races this weekend with rounds in Rucphen and Namur!

16/12/21

No shortage of UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup races this weekend with rounds in Rucphen and Namur!

After a more than pleasant introduction to Val di Sole last Sunday, the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup has undoubtedly made many a cyclo-cross fan’s heart beat faster, including yours. And there’s even better news: this weekend, there’s a double on our programme!

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Discover Rucphen!

13/12/21

Discover Rucphen!

Saturday December 18 is not only the return of Mathieu van der Poel in the field, but also the introduction of a newcomer in the UCI Veldrijden World Cup. The competition heads to the Dutch town of Rucphen for the first time, where a course of just over 3 km awaits. 

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Van Aert solos through the snow

12/12/21

Van Aert solos through the snow

After a long solo, Wout van Aert was the winner of the first ever UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup race in Val di Sole. In the snow, he was 49 seconds faster than Vanthourenhout. The Briton Pidcock finished 1’28” behind.

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Van Empel takes win after exciting final lap

12/12/21

Van Empel takes win after exciting final lap

After a particularly exciting final lap, the 19-year-old Fem van Empel was able to raise her arms in triumph in Val di Sole. Marianne Vos came very close to victory after early mechanical failures and a great race to catch up, but stranded in the second place, ahead of the Canadian Rochette.

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Discover the snowfest in Val di Sol

08/12/21

Discover the snowfest in Val di Sol

The ninth round of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup will be one to lick your fingers and thumbs. On Sunday December 12 the riders head to Val di Sole in the Italian Alps where a pearly white carpet of snow awaits them.

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Van Aert, Pidcock and Van der Poel back in the field!

01/12/21

Van Aert, Pidcock and Van der Poel back in the field!

Supporters of Wout van Aert, Tom Pidcock and Mathieu van der Poel will be able to see their favourite riders race again in the weeks to come in the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup. While Van Aert and Pidcock will take on the new round in Val di Sole, the Dutch world champion will make his first appearance at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Rucphen one week later, around Christmas time.    

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Iserbyt beats Aerts after thrilling duel in Besançon

28/11/21

Iserbyt beats Aerts after thrilling duel in Besançon

The 8th round of the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup in Besançon ended in another win for Eli Iserbyt, who managed to beat his compatriot Toon Aerts to the finish line after a pressing duel.

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Lucinda Brand wins with an impressive solo ride in Besançon

28/11/21

Lucinda Brand wins with an impressive solo ride in Besançon

Lucinda Brand has won the 8th round of the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup in Besançon, France. The world champion rode solo in the lead, from start to finish.

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Get to know newcomer Besançon!

25/11/21

Get to know newcomer Besançon!

On Sunday 28 November, the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup heads to Besançon in France for the very first time. There the riders are expected for the eighth round on one of the most challenging courses of this season.  

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Iserbyt takes victory number 4

21/11/21

Iserbyt takes victory number 4

After Waterloo, Iowa City and Overijse, Iserbyt again dotted the i's and crossed the t's in the seventh round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Koksijde today. The leader in the rankings finished solo ahead of team-mate Sweeck. Toon Aerts finished in third place.

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Worst soloes to first win of the season in Koksijde

21/11/21

Worst soloes to first win of the season in Koksijde

The sandy course in Koksijde was tailor-made for Annemarie Worst today. On the penultimate lap, the Dutchwoman began an impressive solo dash in the dunes along the Belgian coast. She finished ahead of her compatriots Betsema and world champion Brand.

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European Champion Lars van der Haar grabs victory in Tabor

14/11/21

European Champion Lars van der Haar grabs victory in Tabor

Dutchman Lars van der Haar, the recently-crowned European World Champion, clearly had the wind beneath his wings in Tabor, Czech Republic. The racer from the Baloise Trek Lions Team pepped up the race with some strong accelerations.

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Brand wins in Tabor after a speedy last lap

14/11/21

Brand wins in Tabor after a speedy last lap

World Champion Lucinda Brand has won her second World Cup race of the season in Tabor, Czech Republic. After an ultimate acceleration in the last lap, she crossed the finish line solo. Puck Pieterse and Annemarie Worst flanked her on the completely Dutch podium.

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Iserbyt wins in Overijse after a thrilling final

31/10/21

Iserbyt wins in Overijse after a thrilling final

In a wet and slippery Overijse, the elite men rode their fifth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup today. After seven exhausting rounds, it was Eli Iserbyt who was able to break away in the final lap and proved himself the strongest in the mother of all crosses, the Druivencross in Overijse.

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Vas wins first UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Overijse

31/10/21

Vas wins first UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Overijse

It was youngsters in power in Overijse, the mother of all crosses. The strong Hungarian Kata Blanka Vas and the Dutch Puck Pieterse played the leading roles in a tough race on the pasture of singer Daan Stuyven. 

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Aerts the best after exciting race in Zonhoven

24/10/21

Aerts the best after exciting race in Zonhoven

The one attack after another and changing racing conditions made round four in Zonhoven a fascinating one. In the closing laps it was Toon Aerts who took the race. He finished in front of Van der Haar and Iserbyt.

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Betsema solo in the pit in Zonhoven

24/10/21

Betsema solo in the pit in Zonhoven

The fourth round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup was tailor-made for Denise Betsema. The Dutch sand specialist took command of the race on lap three. World champion Brand came second, European champion Alvarado third.

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Ambitious Iserbyt wins final round in the USA

17/10/21

Ambitious Iserbyt wins final round in the USA

An unleashed Eli Iserbyt shredded the competition in the Jingle Cross in Iowa City today on a sun-drenched course. This way he fortified his position in the leader's jersey. Quinten Hermans had mechanical troubles after an error in judgement on the bars, which meant he couldn't get a hold of the leader's jersey today.

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Vos finishes solo and claims leader's jersey

17/10/21

Vos finishes solo and claims leader's jersey

The women concluded their American adventure today in Iowa City. Marianne Vos, who would be taking some time off after this race, showed one last time that you should never underestimate a fox. She rode in front the whole race with fewer and fewer riders to finally finish solo.

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Brand wins solo and takes leader's jersey

13/10/21

Brand wins solo and takes leader's jersey

In rainy Fayetteville in Arkensas the second round of the cyclo-cross world cup took place today. It was a very exciting race where world champion Lucinda Brand proved to be the strongest. Denise Betsema and Clara Honsinger took silver and bronze.

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Quinten Hermans wins first-ever world cup race

13/10/21

Quinten Hermans wins first-ever world cup race

The men were in Fayetteville today for their second round of the cyclo-cross world cup. On a very swampy and heavy course a modest Quinten Hermans proved to be the strongest. He won his very first World Cup race.

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Marianne Vos makes her mark in first race back in the field

10/10/21

Marianne Vos makes her mark in first race back in the field

Marianne Vos is back in the field and the other participants will have known that. After an extremely exciting race, Vos was the fastest after six laps. World champion Lucinda Brand and unlucky rider Denise Betsema completed the podium.

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Strong Iserbyt wins opening race in Waterloo

10/10/21

Strong Iserbyt wins opening race in Waterloo

In a warm and rainy Waterloo, the elite men had their turn in the opening round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup today. The race broke open early on after a breakaway by Hermans and Vanthourenhout, but a surprisingly strong Iserbyt, who got off to a slower start due to technical problems, was able to win the race on American soil.

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Val di Sole and Rucphen to complete 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup calendar

12/07/21

Val di Sole and Rucphen to complete 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup calendar

The new format of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will be rolled out for the first time this winter. With the number of rounds extended to 16, athletes and fans can look forward to a dynamic and full calendar combining established prestigious events and new arrivals to the international cyclo-cross series. Continuing tradition, the 2021-2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will start in the United States, in Waterloo on 10 October. With the announcement of the final two venues - Val di Sole (Italy) and Rucphen (the Netherlands) - the calendar is now complete. 

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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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