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The UCI Cyclocross World Cup continued this weekend in Tabor, Czech Republic. World Champion Mathieu Van Der Poel continued his winning streak despite a third row start and Annemarie Worst scored her second World Cup win of the season.
The women's race was led out by Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado, with Worst chasing close behind. Behind them, newly-crowned European Champion Yara Kastelijn took third with Lucinda Brand in fourth.
In the men's race, Eli Iserbyt looked to be the only man capable of challenging Van der Poel, finishing less than a second behind. The two were followed by Lars van der Haar and Michael Vanthourenhout.
Scroll through to see images of the 2019 Cyclocross World Cup in Tabor from Cyclephoto's Balint Hamvas.
Annemarie Worst charging with Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado close behind.
The Czech Republic showing their love for Katerina Nash.
Pan-American champion Maghalie Rochette ahead of Kaitie Keough on the steps.
Alvarado and Worst traded the lead throughout the race.
Yara Kastelijn chasing.
Rochette finished in 16th place, and sits second overall in the UCI Cyclocross World Cup.
All smiles on the podium.
Van der Poel working his way up in the pack.
Lars van der Haar suffering up the climb.
Vanthourenhout moving into the lead.
Van der Poel leads Iserbyt.
Vanthourenhout on the attack.
Van der Haar losing time running barriers while the others hop.
Despite running the barriers, Van der Haar maintained contact until the last minutes of the race.
Van der Poel slowed at the finish, allowing Iserbyt to finish less than a bike length behind him.