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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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