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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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