This Sunday’s 2022 UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Hoogerheide will be the last stop of the most prestigious cyclocross series before racers head to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the World Championship.

No fans are allowed at this weekend’s race in the Netherlands.

Current Standings and Titles Up for Grabs

Here are the current standings of the Elite categories:

UCI World Cup Cyclocross 2021-2022 Current Standing - Elite Women

1BRAND Lucinda4023040223025402540-30404040-
2BETSEMA Denise34325303040222130252125302519-
3PIETERSE Puck3251821212230301921172125203030
4VAN EMPEL Fem2931213132114182022402222152140
5VAN ANROOIJ Shirin2161015182018192218-19182118-

UCI World Cup Cyclocross 2021-2022 Current Standing - Elite Men

1ISERBYT Eli4454030402540304040223021173040
2VANTHOURENHOUT Michael335302525203021-22302540222025
3AERTS Toon3272022224025222530-2025252130
4HERMANS Quinten28025402121212522-2122222119-
5VAN DER HAAR Lars25122123030204021--21141625-

Both the Elite Men and Elite Women titles are locked up thanks to consistent riding from the two leaders. Eli Iserbyt and Lucinda Brand will be holding the UCI Cyclocross World Cup Elite titles.

The U23 Men and Junior titles have already wrapped up without any of the younger racing categories on the current schedule in Hoogerheide.

Mees Hendrikx has secured the U23 Men title.

Leonie Bentveld secured the Junior Women and David Haverdings secured the Junior Men.

Elite Women

Lucinda Brand, Marianne Vos, Denise Betsema, Puck Pieterse, and Fem van Empel will be making one final stop at Hoogerhiede.

Four Americans will be attending the race:

  1. Taylor Kuyk-White
  2. CXM columnist Corey Coogan Cisek
  3. Jennifer Malik
  4. Allison Arensman

Canadians will not be attending this race.

See the preliminary start list below in pdf form.


Elite Men

Eli Iserbyt, Toon Aerts, Quinten Hermans, Michael Vanthourenhout, and Lars van der Haar will be competing in the final world cup before the world championship. With Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert missing from the start list, only one of the Big Three will be attending the race, Thomas Pidcock.

Most of the North Americans are back, readying for the 2022 Worlds in the USA.

Only one American will be attending the race:

  1. Jonathan Anderson

Only one Canadian will be attending the race:

  1. Cameron Jette

See the preliminary start list below in pdf form.