UCI scraps Waterloo, Dublin 2020 Cyclo-cross World Cup rounds

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup Waterloo Elite Men's Race
UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup Waterloo Elite Men's Race (Image credit: Dejan Smaic)

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup organisers Flanders Classics announced a revised 2020-2021 calendar on Wednesday that leaves off the early rounds in Waterloo, Wisconsin and Dublin, as well as moving the Zonhoven round from late October to December 13 in place of the planned race in Antwerp. 

The series will now kick off with the Vlaamse Druivencross in Overijse, Belgium on November 1. The press release said the Waterloo and Dublin rounds would be postponed to the 2021-2022 season.

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