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CX Week of December 30, 2019

New teams and new kits were on display at the first cyclocross race of 2020: the GP Sven Nys in Baal, Belgium. Alpecin-Fenix (formerly Corendon-Circus) was certainly the most talked about, with a complete change in name and color scheme; also the fact that their riders appear most often on the top step of the podium.

CX Week of December 23, 2019

Few big-name riders showed up to Waaslandcross in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium. But among those big names were the World Champions, Sanne Cant and Mathieu Van Der Poel, who both won their respective categories on Saturday.

CX Week of December 16, 2019

The headline names in Essen had little to do with the current crop of CX racing talent – Marianne Vos and Zdenek Stybar were the names on everyone’s lips, despite the latter finishing in a lowly, but still respectable, 12th place.

CX Week of December 9, 2019

The headline names in Essen had little to do with the current crop of CX racing talent – Marianne Vos and Zdenek Stybar were the names on everyone’s lips, despite the latter finishing in a lowly, but still respectable, 12th place.

CX Week of December 2, 2019

On a unique urban course twisting through the streets and up and over the bridges of Kortrijk, Belgium, Mathieu Van Der Poel took his 34th consecutive win in men’s Elite cyclocross.

CX Week of November 25th, 2019

The UCI Telenet Cyclocross World Cup headed to the sandy dunes of Koksijde for its fifth round. In the men’s Elite race, a first-corner crashed marred the start, a cluster of riders bouncing off each other after one rider clipped an inside barrier.

CX Week of November 18th, 2019

Elite men’s cyclocross has resumed normal programming. Gone are the days of all-Belgian battles and new faces on the podium – Mathieu Van Der Poel is back, and he is winning.

CX Week of November 11th, 2019

The UEC European Cyclocross Championships were held in Silvelle, Italy over the weekend, with the top riders set to do battle over a mostly flat and bumpy course. In the Men’s Elite race, the final result was no surprise: Mathieu Van Der Poel wins.

CX Week of November 4th, 2019

After a heart-breaking finish to the UCI Road World Championships, which saw Van Der Poel completely crack while in the winning move at 15km to go, the Dutchman returned to racing last weekend at the Superprestige Ruddervoorde.

UCI Road World Championships

Last week, the world’s best cyclists headed to Yorkshire, England for the UCI Road World Championships. The events included both road races and individual time trials for Junior Men and Women, U23 Men, and Elite Men and Women, as well as a new Mixed Relay Team Time Trial.

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