2020–21 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

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2020–21 UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Ireland
  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Switzerland
  • United States
← 2019–20

The 2020–21 Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup is a season long cyclo-cross competition, organised by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). The UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup will take place between 4 October 2020 and 24 January 2021. In 2020, the UCI redesigned the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup, expanding the total number of races to 14 (initially aiming for 16).[1] The defending champions are Toon Aerts in the men's competition and Annemarie Worst in the women's competition.


In comparison to last season, the season was expanded from nine to fourteen races. New races were added in Antwerp, Besançon, Diegem, Dublin, Hulst, Overijse, Villars, Wachtebeke and Zonhoven, while the races in Bern, Heusden-Zolder, Iowa and Nommay were dropped.

Date Race Location Winners
Elite men Elite women Under-23 men Junior men
4 October 2020 World Cup Waterloo United States Waterloo, United States
18 October 2020 Cyclo-cross Dublin Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland
25 October 2020 Cyclo-cross Zonhoven Belgium Zonhoven, Belgium
1 November 2020 Vlaamse Druivenveldrit Overijse Belgium Overijse, Belgium
15 November 2020 Cyklokros Tábor Czech Republic Tábor, Czech Republic
22 November 2020 Duinencross Koksijde Belgium Koksijde, Belgium
29 November 2020 Cyclo-cross Besançon France Besançon, France
6 December 2020 Cyclo-cross Wachtebeke Belgium Wachtebeke, Belgium
13 December 2020 Scheldecross Antwerpen Belgium Antwerp, Belgium
20 December 2020 Citadelcross Belgium Namur, Belgium
27 December 2020 Diegem Belgium Diegem, Belgium
3 January 2021 Vestingcross Netherlands Hulst, Netherlands
17 January 2021 Cyclo-cross Villars Switzerland Villars, Switzerland
24 January 2021 Grand Prix Adri van der Poel Netherlands Hoogerheide, Netherlands




  • Part 5 Cyclo-cross (PDF). UCI.ch. Union Cycliste Internationale. 28 June 2017. Retrieved 27 December 2017.

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