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This is the 2020–21 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup calendar

Get the schedule for the next season of UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup racing right here.
Written by Rajiv Desai
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The Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup has been heavily impacted by the current global health situation and that has resulted in cancellations to a large swathe of the racing calendar for the 2020-21 season. The UCI has had to reduce the number of events to five races from the 11 originally announced earlier in 2020.
The racing in those five rounds will be over a two-month period between November 29, 2020 and January 24, 2021. The World Championships in Oostende, Belgium, is still slated to go ahead on the weekend of January 30-31. Three of the five locations for the World Cup – Dendermonde, Hulst and Overijse – are new to the series
2020–21 Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup calendar:
  • November 29 – Tábor, Czech Republic
  • December 20 – Namur, Belgium
  • December 27 – Dendermonde, Belgium
  • January 3 – Hulst, Netherlands
  • January 24 – Overijse, Belgium
  • UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships January 30–31 – Oostende, Belgium
Wout van Aert competing at UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Antwerp, Belgium on January 12, 2020.
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Wout Van Aert

BelgiumBelgium

Ellen Noble

United StatesUnited States

Evie Richards

United KingdomUnited Kingdom

Tom Pidcock

United KingdomUnited Kingdom