British cyclist Tom Pidcock cross the finish line in a one-armed superman position to win the men’s elite world cyclocross championship on Sunday at Centennial Park in Fayetteville.
Puck Pieterse of The Netherlands nipped fellow Dutch rider Shirin van Anrooij at the finish line to win the women’s under 23 world cyclocross championship on Sunday at Centennial Park in Fayetteville.
Vos and Brand were favorites coming into the race, and after distancing the field, the two rode together until the final stretch.
Marianne Vos (Netherlands) held off reigning champion Lucinda Brand in an exciting finish to win the elite women’s race at the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships at Centennial Park in Fayetteville.
A crowd gathered on the Fayetteville downtown square Thursday to celebrate the start of one of the biggest events in bike racing.
As part of the ceremony, students from Fayetteville Public Schools will present a parade of nations to represent the 25 home countries of an expected start list of 300 race participants.
The panel discussion on Friday will focus on issues surrounding intersectionality as it relates to the local cycling community.
Some of the best bike racers in the world are coming to Fayetteville, and officials still need a few volunteers to help pull off the World Championship race set for next weekend.
Certain areas of Centennial Park will be closed to the public for a little over two weeks to allow for construction of the cyclocross World Championships racecourse.
It will be just the second time the United States has ever hosted the event, which was first held in 1950 in Paris, France.
The 2022 cyclocross world championships are officially under new management.
The race organizer for the 2022 UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Fayetteville has parted ways with the event.
City staff are asking for input on the preliminary drawings.
Fayetteville will be the site of the world’s biggest cyclocross event in 2022. It will be just the second time the United States has ever hosted the event.