The 2016 Jingle Cross Telenet World Cup will be streamed live by the UCI (geo restricted) and by NBC’s Sports App (paid).

Because NBC owns the rights to all UCI World Cups and World Championships on the U.S., fans not in attendance may have to be NBC Universal subscribers or get creative to be able watch the live feeds.

For cyclocross fans with overseas I.P. addresses, we’ve got both the women’s and men’s live streams below.

Please note: As with any live stream, Cyclocross Magazine does not control the technology, content or reliability, and request you please do not repeatedly refresh your page in hopes of getting the stream to start or restart.

2016 World Champion Wout van Aert says he’ll try to make it three wins in a row, while 2016 CrossVegas winner and 2016/2017 World Cup leader Sophie de Boer will skip Friday and Sunday’s races to focus solely on keeping her World Cup leader’s jersey.

The 2016 Telenet Jingle Cross live stream starts around 8:30 p.m. GMT (4:30 p.m. EDT /1:30 p.m. Pacific) and will be streamed below:

The 2016 Telenet Jingle Cross World Cup Elite Men start at 6:00 EDT / 3:00 p.m. Pacific (PDT) and will be streamed from Iowa City below.

With heavy rains on Thursday and early Friday, the racing in Iowa City promises to be nothing like the dry grass of CrossVegas.

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