2011–12 cyclo-cross season

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The 2011-12 Cyclo-Cross is made up by the three main competitions of Cyclo-Cross discipline:

World Cup
Superprestige
GvA Trophy

The season began on 9 October with the Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde, won by Niels Albert. It is scheduled to end on 19 February 2012.

Race calendar[edit]

UCI World Championship
UCI World Cup
Superprestige
GVA Trophy
Date Venue Winner Second Third
9 October Belgium Ruddervoorde Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Bart Aernouts Belgium Klaas Vantornout
16 October Czech Republic Plzeň Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar
23 October Czech Republic Tabor Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Klaas Vantornout
30 October Belgium Zonhoven Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Kevin Pauwels
1 November Belgium Koppenberg Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Sven Nys Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar
6 November Belgium Ronse Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Niels Albert
13 November Belgium Hamme-Zogge Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Sven Nys
19 November Belgium Hasselt Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Sven Nys
20 November Belgium Asper-Gavere Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Tom Meeusen Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar
26 November Belgium Koksijde Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Bart Aernouts
27 November Netherlands Gieten Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Rob Peeters
4 December Spain Igorre Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Tom Meeusen
17 December Belgium Essen Belgium Bart Wellens Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Rob Peeters
18 December Belgium Namur Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Klaas Vantornout
23 December Belgium Diegem Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Sven Nys
26 December Belgium Heusden-Zolder Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Sven Nys
28 December Belgium Loenhout Belgium Niels Albert Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Sven Nys
1 January Belgium Baal Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Bart Wellens
15 January France Liévin Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Radomír Šimůnek, Jr.
22 January Netherlands Hoogerheide Belgium Kevin Pauwels Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Klaas Vantornout
29 January Belgium Koksijde Belgium Niels Albert Belgium Rob Peeters Belgium Kevin Pauwels
4 February Belgium Lille Belgium Tom Meeusen Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Kevin Pauwels
5 February Belgium Hoogstraten Belgium Tom Meeusen Belgium Kevin Pauwels Belgium Sven Nys
11 February Belgium Middelkerke Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Sven Nys Belgium Tom Meeusen
19 February Belgium Oostmalle Belgium Niels Albert Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Belgium Kevin Pauwels

National Championships[edit]

Nation Men's winner Women's winner
 Austria Daniel Geismayr Jacqueline Hahn
 Belgium Sven Nys Sanne Cant
 Canada Chris Sheppard Emily Batty
 Croatia Jasmin Bečirovič Mia Radotič
 Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Martina Mikulášková
 Denmark Kenneth Hansen Nikoline Hansen
 Finland Sami Tiainen Maija Rossi
 France Aurélien Duval Lucienne Chainel-Lefevre
 Germany Christoph Pfingsten Hanka Kupfernagel
 Hungary Szilard Buruczki Eszter Dosa
 Ireland Robin Seymour
 Italy Elia Silvestri Eva Lechner
 Japan Yu Takenouchi Ayako Toyooka
 Luxembourg Gusty Bausch Christine Majerus
 Netherlands Lars Boom Marianne Vos
 New Zealand Gary Hall Kim Hurst
 Poland Mariusz Gil Olga Wasiuk
 United Kingdom Ian Field Helen Wyman
 Serbia Bojan Djurdjc Jovana Crnogorac
 Slovakia Robert Gavenda Janka Števková
 Sweden Magnus Darvell Åsa Maria Erlandsson
 Spain Isaac Suárez Rocío Martín
 United States Jeremy Powers Katie Compton
  Switzerland Julien Taramarcaz Jasmin Achermann

See also[edit]