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‘Cross is here: What you need to know about the 2022-23 cyclocross World Cup

‘Cross is here: What you need to know about the 2022-23 cyclocross World Cup

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‘Cross isn’t “coming.”

It’s already arrived.

The marquee cyclocross UCI World Cup series kicks off in Waterloo, Wisconsin, on Sunday as the road season recedes and the mud, ruts, and guts of ‘cross comes to the center. Spain, snow, and all the old stalwarts Like last year, the U.S. opens the show in the UCI’s prestigious World Cup series with a Waterloo-Fayetteville doubleheader, although last year’s round in Iowa is dropped for 2022-23.This winter’s World Cup schedule sees the UCI pedaling old grooves while also finding furrows new.Benidorm and Dublin are among the new entries in the 14-round calendar, while the snowy spectacle of Val di Sole is back after Wout van Aert and Fem van Empel topped the podium in a picture-postcard Sunday at the inaugural event last December.Murmors resonated through the ‘cross community of a London leg for the coming season. Initial investigations by local organizers showed promise only for the hotly hyped race to fall through the UCI schedule.Meanwhile, all the old classics remain. Tabor, Gavere, Overijse, and Besancon are back for the umpteenth time as ‘cross stays true to its central European roots. Brand, Iserbyt […]

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