Entering Cyclocross Worlds with momentum would seem to be a good thing. We investigate if results at Hoogerheide have translated to Worlds podiums. Continue reading Do Hoogerheide Results Translate to Worlds Glory?
Scott Dedenbach and David Palan join Crosshairs Radio for another installment of TDDTIE (They Don’t Do That In Europe). We have a lively 90 minute discussion on the Cyclocross World Championships that took place this past weekend in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium. Continue reading “Crosshairs Radio Ep. 22: TDDTIE (Worlds Edition)”
In #SVENNESS No. 6 we take a look at the 2013 Cyclocross World Championship race that took place in Louisville, … Continue reading SVENNESS No. 6
Normally, I like to offer a little more in my posts than a reproduced press release, but this one is too good to pass up. I would book your hotel room today.
January 29, 2010 (Tabor, Czech Republic) – USA Cycling is honored to announce that Louisville, Kentucky today was chosen by the Union Cycliste Internationale, cycling’s international governing body, to host the 2013 Elite Cyclo-cross World Championships and the 2012 and 2013 Masters Cyclo-cross World Championships.
This historic appointment is the first time the Cyclo-cross World Championships will be held outside of Europe in the 50 plus year history of the championships. These events will mark the first Elite Cycling World Championship of any discipline held on U.S. soil since the Track World Championships took place in Los Angeles in 2005.
“After more than a decade of working closely with American promoters and the UCI to grow our international calendar of cyclo-cross events, Louisville’s winning bid is a testament to the success of those efforts and to the extraordinary quality of ‘cross racing in the U.S.,” USA Cycling CEO Steve Johnson said. Continue reading “The Rumors Are True: CX Worlds Coming To Louisville”