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World cup cyclocross returns in 2022 back to the United States, Hoogerheide follows in 2023

The American Fayetteville (Arkansas) may, in 2022 the world championships cyclo-cross organising. A year later the Dutch Hoogerheide on the turn. That decided, the management committee of the International Cycling union (UCI) during a meeting in the Danish Middelfart, in the margin of the world cup 2019 in Bogense is held.

The world cup of 2020 (at the Swiss Dübendorf) and 2021 (to Ostend) were already assigned. The world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Fayetteville is the second on U.s. soil. In 2013, picked up Sven Nys, winning the world championships in Louisville (Kentucky). Hoogerheide if the regenboogstrijd twice already organized: in 2009 (when Niels Albert won) and 2014 (with Zdenek Stybar as the winner).

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The UCI approved in addition, the wereldbekerkalender for 2019-2020 well. That begins with two races in the USA (Iowa City and Waterloo). Then follow races in the Swiss capital of Bern, the Czech Tabor, Koksijde, Namur, Heusden-Zolder, the French Nommay and Hoogerheide.

Further, the UCI, to the vrouwencross to support, that wereldbekermanches in the elite ladies from 2020-2021 fifty minutes will take (against 40 now). National federations will also be individual championships for girls and juniors are allowed to organize.

The UCI also announced that in eleven additional eendagskoersen video referee will be enabled. It’s going to Omloop het Nieuwsblad, Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, Strade Bianche, Three-day Bruges, de Panne, E3 BinckBank Classic, Ghent-Wevelgem, Dwars door Vlaanderen, Scheldeprijs, Brabantse pijl, Amstel Gold Race and the Flèche wallonne. In the three grand tours, the main classics and the world CHAMPIONSHIP, that happened already. (belga)

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