We’ve got the UCI’s live video feed from the 2014 Cyclocross World Championships of the Elite Men’s race right here. But keep reading. It starts at 9 a.m. EST time. See the full Worlds schedule on Cyclocross Magazine’s World Championship page.
In the U.S., Universal Sports owns the video rights to the UCI’s Cyclocross World Championships, but unfortunately you have to be a subscriber, and many of us either don’t have cable or can’t even get the channel on our local cable (Comcast, among others). That means that for the biggest two days of the year in cyclocross, many of us are sadly S.O.L.
However, the UCI still provided a video feed for the 2014 Cyclocross World Championships to Cyclocross Magazine, and viewers not in the States can enjoy watching the feed above. Those within the States could get creative and try to look like you’re elsewhere (like Canada).
How? We’ve heard of people using a VPN or proxy server, or you can try the Hola extension for the Chrome Browser or Hola Android app, among others to attempt to watch the feed. Not that we condone such techniques, but we do condone watching the most important races of the year. Let the people watch cyclocross!
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