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In a dramatic finish, Belgian Eli Iserbyt took a nail-biting sprint finish from Czech Adam Toupalik, who was sprinting for the second lap in a …
De Jong, on the course’s difficult run up, made it to the back of the lead group and it looked briefly like she might have brought Stultiens and Lechner along for the ride. But at 1 to go it was a furious fight between what was now five riders.
Below, you can watch video highlights or, if you or your browser reside in another country like The Netherlands, the full replay of the shocking U23 Women’s …
We spoke with Emma Swartz and Laurel Rathbun after the finish of the first-ever U23 Women’s Cyclocross World Championship race.
The U23 Women’s field, nearly 50 riders deep, was actually larger than the Elite Women’s race taking place later today. The addition of the U23 race has drawn out more women including the new World Champion.
Christine Vardaros fills us in on the happenings around the track at Zolder today, one of the final chances for riders to inspect the course.
We have more 2016 Cyclocross World Championship photographs from today’s course inspection from photographer Danny Zelck. Enjoy these images and stay tuned for more coverage this weekend of all the championship events.
Catherine Vardaros spoke briefly with French National Champion Caroline Mani, Pavla Havlikova and Team USA’s Meredith Miller during course inspection day at the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships. See what each had to say in these videos.
Check out these images from photographer Pieter Van Hoorebeke from the 2016 World Championship course during Friday’s rider course inspection.
We were all, at some point, new cyclocross racers. And some of us get to be, at some point, new racers in Europe. For Cyclocross …
Before tomorrow’s Elite Women’s World Championship race, Cyclocross Magazine’s Christine Vardaros sat down with Belgian racer Ellen van Loy (Young Telnet-Fidea) to talk about her season, find …
We’re hopeful that yesterday’s preview of this Saturday’s World Championship races in Zolder and today’s look at Sunday’s title events will give you a look at what’s possible at this year’s Worlds.
We have the benefit of having seen most of the international field race Zolder last month as part of the World Cup, While that race was a mostly dry affair and this weekend looks to be a wet one, last month’s fifth round of the World Cup can give some insight into what we might see this weekend at Worlds.
Let’s go to the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder—the 2002 edition. Huge crowds lined the course as it was an all Belgian affair on the Elite Men’s podium. Mario de Clercq took the win ahead of Tom Vannoppen and one Sven Nys.
The Cyclocross World Championships take place in Heusden-Zolder this weekend, January 30-31. The course is a carbon copy of that used last month in Round …
Take a look at many of the American riders on course at this past weekend’s World Cup in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. The images were taken by Bart Hazen.
While we’ve been bringing you bikes from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, we’re also showing you some of the bikes you’ll see at the World Championships this coming weekend. Today we’re looking at British National Champion Nikki Harris’ Specialized S-Works Crux Disc.
The final round of the World Cup was yesterday at Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. With changes to the course and muddy conditions, it was sure to be a challenge for those racers that toed the start line and Bart Hazen was on hand to capture all the action.
Belgian Quentin Hermans edged out countryman Eli Iserbyt to win the final World Cup for the 2015/2016 season. Behind them, Frenchman Clement Russo was third. American Logan Owen finished the day in eighth place.
There are no foregone conclusions in cyclocross. But with the performance he put in today as well as those he’s shown since returning from injury, it seems the World Championships in Zolder may be van der Poel’s to loose.
Challenging conditions on the technical course saw riders running through the initial turns as they slipped and slid around, elbow-to-elbow. With the tight pack and no clear lines, that forced some riders into the pits as they passed it for the first time shortly after the start.
Pre-race favorite and the number-one ranked UCI Junior Men’s rider Jens Dekker took the win going away, finishing clear of second place finisher Thomas Pidcock and third place rider Thijs Wolsink of The Netherlands. American Gage Hecht took fourth
Ok, maybe not too soon or too near you, but the trailer for de Mensen’s “Sven Nys, The Last Year” is out and Sven himself …
It seems that there are more changes afoot for Team USA’s Women’s U23 squad for the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Zolder at the end of the month.
LIGNIERES-EN-BERRY, France—It was a Belgian one-two punch in France this morning as U23 star Eli Iserbyt and his Belgian compatriot Quinten Hermans who took first …