Katie Compton (KFC – Trek – Panache) powered to a convincing World Cup victory Saturday, claiming the 2016 Jingle Cross title in Iowa
Cross Vegas returned for its 10th year — and the debut of the 2016–17 of the Telenet UCI World Cup — on Wednesday night in Las
The Crelan team reveals that Wout van Aert broke his left big toe by tripping and falling on stairs in the Cross Vegas World Cup race.
The cyclocross World Cup kicks off at Cross Vegas as Wout van Aert and Sohpie de Boer take victories in Las Vegas.
World champion Wout van Aert can't be stopped by a crash midway through Cross Vegas as he rides to victory in season's first World Cup.
Sophie de Boer looked to be dropped by Katerina Nash and Katie Compton, but the Dutchwoman fought back into the race and won Cross Vegas.
The jump into the World Cup raised Cross Vegas's overhead costs to around a half-million dollars. To make it work, Brook Watts had to get
Americans Katie Compton and Jeremy Powers have more to give before they quit ’cross, but they’re also busy laying the foundation for
Wout Van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel battle on the course, while retirees Sven Nys, Bart Wellens, and Niels Albert resume their rivalry.
American ’cross racer Elle Anderson is heading back to Europe to race two years after her first, and traumatizing, experience there.