Video: 2013 Tabor UCI Cyclocross World Cup – Last Lap Battle Between Van der Haar and Walsleben

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Philipp Walsleben and Lars van der Haar sprint for the 2013 Cyclocross World Cup win in Tabor, Czech Republic.

Philipp Walsleben and Lars van der Haar sprint for the 2013 Cyclocross World Cup win in Tabor, Czech Republic.

The 2013 Cyclocross World Cup in Tabor, Czech Republic was a battle of two former U23 Cyclocross World Champions, with Dutch 2012 World Champion Lars van der Haar battling  German 2009 World Champ Philipp Walsleben after the two escaped from the early favorites including World Champ Sven Nys. [See our race report and results from the 2013 Cyclocross World Cup in Tabor]

Is a new generation of ’crossers ready to take the reigns from Nys and his peers?

Watch Walsleben and van der Haar try to hold off France’s Francis Mourey, and the Belgian duo of Kevin Pauwels and National Champion Klaas Vantornout in the last lap video below:

Video: Men’s 2013 UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Tabor, Last Lap

 

 

 

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10 comments
Cyclocross Magazine
Cyclocross Magazine

John Paul Peters, unfortunately it's not an option the US, since "The uploader has not made this video available in your country."

Mark Deane
Mark Deane

CyclingTV didn't have the womens race on and whats happened to Svn...the curse of the rainbow jersey or what?

Dustin White
Dustin White

Any tips on where to find English-language vidoe coverage online? Thanks for sharing!

Kees Vlot
Kees Vlot

Who needs brakes on a course like this......:-)

cyclocross
cyclocross moderator

@LukeLandisWe were wondering the same thing. Only people at the finish. We think the U.S. can surpass that in terms of spectators.

Tom@pilarcitos
Tom@pilarcitos

 @cyclocross @LukeLandis Crowds aren't the difficult part of this equation - we just find it extremely difficult to fork over the $3-4-500,000.00 necessary to operate a World Cup event. And as we saw from Louisville Worlds, you don;t get many of those euro federations willing to fund full teams

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