Pauwels Sauzen-Bingoal rider repeats his 2019 win.
What Marianne Vos, Gage Hecht, and others said after a soggy UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Fayetteville
Here's what Clara Honsinger, Lance Haidet, Lucinda Brand, Quinten Hermans, and others had to say about the muddy World Cup race and a preview of the 2022 worlds course.
A first World Cup win for Hermans and his team.
Denise Betsema is second and Clara Honsinger battles to third, passing Marianna Vos at the end of the final lap.
What riders said after they previewed the course in Fayetteville, Arkansas, which will host the second stop of the World Cup, and later in the season the world championships.
Racers and fans will get a look at the 2022 world championship course.
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A rain shower on the second lap dramatically changed the race.
Vos takes the opening World Cup round after an intense battle with Lucinda Brand.
Hyde talks about new bikes, racing while jet-lagged, and more.
The Dutch multi-discipline megastar barely let the mud dry on her road bike before she took to her 'cross bike a week later.
Neff defended her 2019 title, while Soete rode away alone to dominate the men's race.
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The national 'cross champion also thinks fans in banana costumes are good for the sport, too.
Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert, Lucinda Brand, Clara Honsinger, and others highlight a competitive 'cross season.
Wout van Aert takes extended break before CX season, uncertain of trip Stateside for world championships
Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma assessing if trip to Fayetteville for cyclocross worlds is viable soon before classics season kicks off.