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.
Nine-time world champion trials rider opens a week of 'cross worlds festivities with a massive jump from an airborne chopper.
Who to watch at the 2022 UCI world cyclocross championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Leading riders Denise Betsema and Annemarie Worst among a swath of riders out of Arkansas 'cross worlds due to COVID, concussions, sickness.
Hyde to coach Team USA alongside team director Jesse Anthony at Fayetteville world championships.
The muddiest. The iciest. And, the most catastrophic (for the fans) — the year the beer ran dry by lunchtime...
Belgian riders Quentin Hermans and Xaydee Van Sinaey will miss out on worlds; two Bora-Hansgrohe riders to miss Mallorca.
US national champion hoping the best of the American racing scene will be on show in Arkansas next weekend.
In 1924, the first major cyclocross race was contested, in France. The world championships — 98 years later — will be on American soil.
Organizers of this month's Fayetteville worlds plowing on and pumped as ever in face of travel, health and start-list troubles.
Gage Hecht, Lance Haidet, Katie Clouse, and Madigan Munro will also be looking to make their mark in Fayetteville, Arkansas event on January 29-30.
The Dutch women will head to Fayetteville with a formidable eight-rider line-up, while just two elite men are selected after Mathieu van der Poel's injury woes.
Three-time defending world cyclocross champion will take a break from training to try to recover in time to start the Fayetteville worlds in January.
The Superprestige race on December 29 that was set to see a faceoff of cyclocross' 'three kings' is canceled.
UCI pushes innovation to the forefront as it looks to promote the long-overlooked CX discipline.
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Wout van Aert remains undecided about trip to Fayetteville for 'cross world champs for fear of disruption to classics training.
Heinrich Haussler on his love-hate relationship with cyclocross: ‘You suffer so much, but it’s worth it’
Haussler returns to CX to add spring to his 2022 ambitions: ‘You need to train harder and harder to keep up with riders that are basically little kids’
Hyde talks about new bikes, racing while jet-lagged, and more.
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.
The U.S. national champion talks about her new bike, European road racing, and her favorite 'cross courses.
Bahrain-Victorious veteran discovers how CX helps power Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel into the classics.
FloSports has secured the North American rights to broadcast the 2022 UC cyclocross world championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Cyclocross world champ Lucinda Brand returns to the podcast! Plus, our takes on the UCI's decision to ban the super tuck.
Dutchwoman freed herself of pressure and expectation to score the rainbow jersey she'd repeatedly come close to.
The event is scheduled for October 13, 2021, three and a half months prior to the UCI Cyclocross World Championships at the same venue.
Lucinda Brand is a dedicated worker bee on the road, and her cyclocross world title is a triumph for the domestiques out there.
Clashes with Van Aert set to continue as Dutch cyclocross master begins inevitable pivot toward road racing.
Triple world champion rolls back the years with resolute ride into 18th at Ostende.
Pidcock ends standout 'cross season with fourth place at Ostende worlds to carry confidence into new chapter with Ineos Grenadiers.
Wout van Aert settles for second after being unable to overcome a front puncture.
US champion was only non-Dutch rider in the top-6 in Saturday's thrilling race.
Brand takes her first rainbow jersey after tense battle with two Dutch compatriots, U.S. champion Clara Honsinger takes fourth.
Van Aert chooses to play underdog ahead of cyclocross world championship clash despite history of success on similar courses.
How fans in the U.S. and Canada can watch this weekend's 2021 UCI cyclocross world championships in Ostende, Belgium.
After two months of training and racing in Belgium, the 19-year-old is ready to throw elbows with the world's best.
This weekend's cyclocross world championships will add fresh vigor to the duo's long rivalry ahead of cobblestone clashes in April.
Defending champion has scouted the worlds' course and says he's not concerned by Wout van Aert's strong record on beachy circuits.
Here's a full preview of this weekend's racing, from the curveball sandy course to the American challengers and a broadcaster guide.
Australian veteran will be racing the 'cross worlds Sunday with long view on the classics: 'For the classics, cyclocross is the best preparation. You see that with Mathieu and Wout.'
Stricter health measures are in place, and event organizer asks fans to ‘enjoy it from the living room.’
Three-time cyclocross worlds winner is given leave from Deceuninck-Quick-Step camp to race in championship event this weekend.
Outbreak of new variant of COVID-19 in host city puts this weekend's worlds at risk of closure.
After moving from CCC-Liv to the newly formed Jumbo-Visma women's squad, Vos has Olympic gold and the rainbow jersey in her eyes.
Elite and under-23 world championship events will go on as planned, albeit ‘behind closed doors.’
The Italian climber is hoping his recent foray into cyclocross will help him once he returns to the road.
Clara Honsinger, Katie Compton, and Curtis White named to Team USA for 2021 UCI world cyclocross championships
Honsinger has two podiums in the abbreviated 2020-21 season while 15-time national champion Compton hopes to improve on her fourth-place finish from 2020 worlds.
There was A LOT of cyclocross racing through the holidays, and the world championships are now just three races away. Here's what we learned from the festive 'cross calendar.
US cyclocross champion is riding high through the European winter and looking to carry momentum toward the worlds.
Mathieu van der Poel has an ambitious 2021 racing calendar that targets the biggest events in three disciplines.
Mathieu van der Poel's dad, Adri, was one of the favorites. But De Bie had a trick.
Don't expect to see fans lining the course, or crowding the pits in Ostend, Belgium on January 30 - 31.
Cross-discipline duo have been fierce rivals for longer in cyclocross than they have been on the road. With a narrow defeat at Tour of Flanders fresh in the memory, Van Aert is braced for more as 'cross season kicks off.
Dendermonde, Hulst and Overijse form a trio of new destinations in the series.
When the COVID-19 pandemic made the 2020 EuroCross Academy camp impossible, director Geoff Proctor came up with a virtual alternative.
Kamp, Norbert-Riberolle, Nys, Van Anrooij new world champions in junior and U23 races.
Van der Poel rode clear in opening minute of the race to defend rainbow jersey, Pidcock took second, Aerts third.
Alvarado tops an all-Dutch podium to take emotional win, Compton finishes fourth after long solo chase.