UCI announces 14 of 16 rounds for 2021-22 Cyclo-cross World Cup series

Marianne Vos en route to winning the 2013 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky
Marianne Vos en route to winning the 2013 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championship in Louisville (Image credit: Tim de Waele/Corbis via Getty Images)

The UCI unveiled 14 of 16 events on the 2021-2022 World Cup schedule for cyclo-cross on Thursday, with the United States hosting the first three events of the season in October. Belgium will hold the most World Cup races with six, France and the Netherlands will each hold two events and the Tabor race will return to the Czech Republic. 

Races in Fayetteville, Arkansas and Flamanville, France make inaugural appearances on the World Cup circuit. Two December dates were listed as “TBC” on the schedule, pending final site inspections by organisers.

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