How To Watch Belgium's Cyclocross Christmas Series On FloBikes

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The Belgium Christmas series consists of seven races over eleven days, including two World Cups in Namur and Heusden-Zolder. Happy holidays to everyone who loves cyclocross.

Soudal Classics: Waaslandcross (Sint Niklaas)



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12-22-2018Elite Women6:45 AM9:00 AM
12-22-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM


UCI Telenet Cyclocross World Cup Namur


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12-23-2018Elite Women6:30 AM7:45 AM
12-23-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

Telenet UCI Cyclocross World Cup Heusden-Zolder


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12-26-2018Elite Women6:30 AM7:15 AM
12-26-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

DVV Trofee Azencross (Loenhout)


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12-28-2018Elite Women6:45 AM7:30 AM
12-28-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

Brico Cross: Bredene


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12-29-2018Elite Women6:45 AM7:30 AM
12-29-2018Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

Superprestige Diegem


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World Access (Except Belgium)

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12-30-2018Elite Women11:40 AM12:25 PM
12-30-2018Elite Men1:00 PM2:00 PM


DVV Trofee GP Sven Nys (Baal)


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1-1-2019Elite Women6:45 AM7:30 AM
1-1-2019Elite Men8:00 AM9:00 AM

Froome Undergoes Surgery, Can Return To Racing In 6 Months

Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome has undergone a successful four-hour operation following a devastating crash and could be back racing in six months, his surgeon said Thursday.

Froome Could Receive 2011 Vuelta Title After Cobo Banned

The 2011 Vuelta a Espana winner Juan Cobo has been found guilty of an anti-doping rule violation and could be stripped of the victory, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said Thursday.

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Froome Crashes Out Of Dauphine, Taken To Hospital

Chris Froome was taken to the hospital Wednesday after falling on a training run for the Criterium du Dauphine 4th stage individual time-trial, Team Ineos said.

Greg Van Avermaet's TDF Prep To Begin AT Hammer Series Limburg

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Carapaz On Brink Of Giro Victory As Tempers Fray On Eve Of Finish

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Richard Carapaz closed in on his first Giro d'Italia triumph on Saturday after keeping hold of the leader's pink jersey in a tumultuous 20th and penultimate stage that saw Miguel Angel  Lopez lash out at a spectator who knocked him over.

Esteban Chaves Attacks Again and Again For Stage 19 Victory

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Ecuador's Richard Carapaz tightened his grip on the leader's pink jersey as Colombia's Esteban Chaves claimed victory in the 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Friday.

Break Man Damiano Cima Survives By A Bike Length, Winning Stage 18

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Italy's Damiano Cima of the Nippo team snatched victory with a sprint finish, holding off a late charging peloton in Thursday's 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia.

Nans Peters Wins Solo, Richard Carapaz Adds To GC Lead

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France's Nans Peters of the Ag2r-La Mondiale team crossed the line alone to claim his maiden victory in the Giro d'Italia 17th stage on Wednesday.

Cold, Rain, and Category Climbs: Ciccone Takes Stage 16

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Italy's Giulio Ciccone won the rain-lashed 16th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Tuesday as race favourite Primoz Roglic lost 1min 20sec to his main rivals in pink jersey-wearer Richard Carapaz and two-time winner Vincenzo Nibali.