Go down memory lane with Marianne Vos and each of her cyclocross world titles, from her first in 2006 to her eighth in 2022.
Enthusiastic crowds, excellent conditions, fast racing, and fun times at the 2022 world cyclocross championships.
The Dutch woman has dominated cycling for almost two decades and took an unprecedented eighth cyclocross world title in Fayetteville.
Lars van der Haar of the Netherlands and Eli Iserbyt of Belgium round out the podium, well behind the Olympic mountain bike champion Pidcock.
Shirin Van Anrooij and Fem Van Empel round out the Dutch domination in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Belgian Aaron Dockx and Brit Nathan Smith round out the podium, with American A.J. August in fifth.
A 16.3lb bike with internal cable routing, drain holes, and a top tube shaped for shouldering.
Vos and Brand power away from the field, each unable to drop the other. After some cat and mouse, Vos takes the sprint for the rainbow jersey.
Front of the race was a Dutch-Belgian battle, with the UK's Cameron Mason also in the mix.
The reigning world champ and Fayetteville World Cup winner says course changes have made it harder since the fall.
Riders were all business and all smiles as they previewed the 'cross worlds course in a mixed team relay race.
In North America, FloBikes will stream the races in Canada, and GCN's app will broadcast the races in the United States.
Heavily favored Belgian 'crossers hoping to avoid road worlds fiasco as absence of van Aert, van der Poel levels the playing field.
America's first female junior ’cross world medalist is fresh off a European block of racing and training.
Brook Watts laid the foundation for the Fayetteville ’cross worlds from 2019 to 2021. Transgender legislation in Arkansas prompted a severing of the relationship.
Familiar faces in the kitchen for American athletes in Fayetteville this weekend.