Rochette leads 26-rider Canadian team for cyclo-cross Worlds

Maghalie Rochette racing at the UCI World Cup in Namur
Maghalie Rochette racing at the UCI World Cup in Namur (Image credit: Getty Images)

Cycling Canada announced a 26-rider team for the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships that take place in Fayetteville, Arkansas from January 28-30.

Led by World Cup podium finisher Maghalie Rochette, the country is fielding full rosters for the junior, under-23 and elite fields, much like hosts USA Cycling, while the dominant European nations - the Netherlands and Belgium - are cutting back due to the logistics and expense of the journey to the US.

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