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UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup
2019–20 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup
Race details
DateSeptember–January
RegionEurope, North America
DisciplineCyclo-cross
OrganiserUCI
History
First edition1993 (1993)
First winner Paul Herygers (BEL)
Most wins Sven Nys (BEL) (6 wins)
Most recent Toon Aerts (BEL)

The UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup is a season-long competition in cyclo-cross, organised by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). First held in the 1993–1994 season, there are currently five awards, tailored to the different categories of riders: Men Elite, Women Elite, Men Under 23, Women Under 23, and Men Junior.

The World Cup is not to be confused with the World Championship, also organised by the UCI, which is a single one day race that awards the winner with a rainbow jersey to be worn in every race till the next World Championship. Typically the World Championships are held a week or two after the end of the World Cup at the end of January or early February.

In November 2014 the first round of the World Cup ever to take place outside mainland Europe was held in Milton Keynes, England.[1] The following September, the CrossVegas competition was incorporated into the World Cup for the first time, becoming the first World Cup round to be held in the United States.[2]

Overall series winners

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Men

Year Country Rider Team
1993–94  Belgium Paul Herygers
1994–95  Italy Daniele Pontoni
1995–96  Italy Luca Bramati
1996–97  Netherlands Adri van der Poel
1997–98  Netherlands Richard Groenendaal
1998–99  Belgium Mario De Clercq
1999–2000  Belgium Sven Nys
2000–01  Netherlands Richard Groenendaal
2001–02  Belgium Sven Nys
2002–03  Belgium Bart Wellens
2003–04  Netherlands Richard Groenendaal
2004–05  Belgium Sven Nys
2005–06  Belgium Sven Nys
2006–07  Belgium Sven Nys
2007–08 Not awarded for individuals
2008–09  Belgium Sven Nys
2009–10  Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar
2010–11  Belgium Niels Albert
2011–12  Belgium Kevin Pauwels
2012–13  Belgium Niels Albert
2013–14  Netherlands Lars van der Haar Rabobank Development Team
2014–15  Belgium Kevin Pauwels
2015–16  Belgium Wout van Aert Vastgoedservice–Golden Palace
Crelan–Vastgoedservice
2016–17  Belgium Wout van Aert Crelan–Vastgoedservice
Vérandas Willems–Crelan
2017–18  Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel Beobank–Corendon
Corendon–Circus
2018–19  Belgium Toon Aerts Telenet–Fidea Lions
2019–20  Belgium Toon Aerts Telenet Lions

Women

Year Country Rider Team
2005–06  Netherlands Daphny van den Brand
2006–07  Germany Hanka Kupfernagel
2007–08 Not awarded for individuals
2008–09  Germany Hanka Kupfernagel
2009–10  Netherlands Daphny van den Brand
2010–11  Netherlands Sanne van Paassen
2011–12  Netherlands Daphny van den Brand
2012–13  United States Katie Compton
2013–14  United States Katie Compton Trek Cyclocross Collective
2014–15  Belgium Sanne Cant
2015–16  Belgium Sanne Cant
2016–17  Netherlands Sophie de Boer Kalas–NNOF
Breepark
2017–18  Belgium Sanne Cant IKO–Beobank
2018–19  Netherlands Marianne Vos WaowDeals Pro Cycling
CCC Liv
2019–20  Netherlands Annemarie Worst 777

Under–23 Men

Year Country Rider Team
2008–09  Germany Philipp Walsleben
2009–10  Belgium Tom Meeusen
2010–11  Netherlands Lars van der Haar
2011–12  Netherlands Lars van der Haar
2012–13  Belgium Wietse Bosmans
2013–14  Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel BKCP–Powerplus
2014–15  Belgium Michael Vanthourenhout Sunweb–Napoleon Games
2015–16  Belgium Eli Iserbyt Telenet–Fidea
2016–17  Netherlands Joris Nieuwenhuis Rabobank Development Team
2017–18  Great Britain Tom Pidcock Telenet–Fidea Lions
2018–19  Great Britain Tom Pidcock TP Racing
2019–20   Switzerland Kevin Kuhn

Races

Race Country 00–01 01–02 02–03 03–04 04–05 05–06 06–07 07–08 08–09 09–10 10–11 11–12 12–13 13–14 14–15 15–16 16–17 17–18 18–19 19-20 20-21
Antwerp  Belgium
Diegem  Belgium
Heusden-Zolder  Belgium WC WC
Hofstade  Belgium
Hooglede-Gits  Belgium WC
Kalmthout  Belgium
Koksijde  Belgium WC X
Namur  Belgium
Overijse  Belgium
Wachtebeke  Belgium
Wortegem-Petegem  Belgium
Zonhoven  Belgium
Plzeň  Czech Republic
Tábor  Czech Republic WC WC WC
Bogense  Denmark WC
Besançon  France
Lanarvilly  France
Liévin  France
Lignières-en-Berry  France
Nommay  France
Pontchâteau  France WC
Roubaix  France
Frankfurt  Germany
Sankt-Wendel  Germany WC WC
Zeven  Germany
Dublin  Ireland
Bergamo  Italy
Milan  Italy
Monopoli  Italy WC
Rome (Fiuggi)  Italy
Treviso  Italy WC
Turin  Italy
Bieles  Luxembourg WC
Leudelange  Luxembourg
Heerlen  Netherlands
Hoogerheide  Netherlands WC WC
Hulst  Netherlands
Pijnacker  Netherlands
Valkenburg  Netherlands WC
Zeddam  Netherlands WC
Igorre  Spain
Aigle   Switzerland
Bern   Switzerland
Villars   Switzerland
Wetzikon   Switzerland
Milton Keynes  United Kingdom
Iowa  United States
Las Vegas  United States
Louisville  United States WC
Waterloo  United States
Total 6 6 5 6 11 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 6 7 8 9 9 9 14

References

  1. ^ [www.cyclocrossrider.com]
  2. ^ Newill, Ryan (4 November 2015). "From rumor to reality: CrossVegas set to open World Cup". VeloNews. Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  3. ^ "Cyclo-cross ▪ World Cup ▪ Previous editions". Union Cycliste Internationale. Archived from the original on 2012-08-18. Retrieved 3 February 2013.

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