2020 Koksijde Cyclo-cross World Cup cancelled

Koksijde, Mathieu van der Poel
Mathieu van der Poel of Corendon-Circus won the elite men's race in Koksijde in 2019 (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

The coronavirus pandemic hasn't finished forcing race organisers to cancel or postpone events: the Koksijde Cyclo-cross World Cup, scheduled for November 22, is the latest to fall victim to COVID-19.

According to Sporza, organisers confirmed that after consultation with the Koksijde City Council they have opted not to hold the event, which has been a cornerstone of the cyclo-cross calendar since the days of Roger De Vlaeminck, before the UCI organised the World Cup.

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