The 2022 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships have been awarded to Fayetteville, Arkansas, in the United States. The decision marks the return of the biggest annual event in the discipline to a country that last held the UCI World Championships in 2013, in Louisville, Kentucky. The USA will also host UCI Telenet Cyclo-cross World Cup rounds for the third season in a row in September, underlining the discipline’s growing popularity in North America.
Meanwhile, the 2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships have been awarded to Hoogerheide (the Netherlands). Along with Dübendorf (Switzerland) in 2020 and Ostend (Belgium) in 2021, the next four host cities of the UCI World Championships in the discipline have now been established.
2019-2020 Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup Calendar:
14.09.2019 – Iowa City (USA)
22.09.2019 – Waterloo (USA)
22.10.2019 – Bern (SUI)
16.11.2019 – Tabor (CZE)
24.11.2019 – Koksijde (BEL)
22.12.2019 – Namur (BEL)
26.12.2019 – Heusden-Zolder (BEL)
19.01.2020 – Nommay-Pays de Montbéliard (FRA)
26.01.2020 – Hoogerheide-Provincie Noord-Brabant (NED)