November 5, 2017, Tabor, Czech Republic, Cyclo-cross - CC

Just under two years after it hosted the World Championships of cyclo-cross, Tabor will again see many of the sport's finest doing battle for the honour of wearing another major jersey.

The Czech city will host the European cyclo-cross championships on November 4-5, and plenty of big names are set to contest the continental champion's title.

Toon Aerts surprised the likes of Mathieu van der Poel and Wout Van Aert to claim the men's crown in 2016, while Thalita De Jong nabbed the women's title. Van Aert is sitting out the upcoming race during a period of recovery, but Aerts will be on hand as will an on-fire Van der Poel, while De Jong will hope to hold off the likes of Sanne Cant. 

2016 UEC Cyclo-Cross European Championships elite men's results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Toon Aerts (Belgium)1:04:16 
2Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands)0:00:45 
3Wout Van Aert (Belgium)  
4Clément Venturini (France)  
5Jens Adams (Belgium)  
6Kevin Pauwels (Belgium)  
7Lars Van Der Haar (Netherlands)0:00:49 
8Marcel Wildhaber (Switzerland)0:00:55 
9Steve Chainel (France)0:01:05 
10Corne Van Kessel (Netherlands)0:01:09 

2016 UEC Cyclo-Cross European Championships elite women's results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Thalita De Jong (Netherlands)0:43:14 
2Lucinda Brand (Netherlands)0:00:17 
3Caroline Mani (France)  
4Jolien Verschueren (Belgium)0:00:22 
5Alice Maria Arzuffi (Italy)0:00:30 
6Sanne Cant (Belgium)0:00:48 
7Pavla Havlikova (Czech Republic)0:01:00 
8Sophie De Boer (Netherlands)0:01:03 
9Ellen An Loy (Belgium)0:01:18 
10Perrine Clauzel (France)0:01:22 
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