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Cyclo-cross World Championships 2020 Odds

Who wins Cyclo-cross World Championships 2020?

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Cyclo-cross World Championships 2020

The Swiss city of Dubendorf will host the next edition of the Cyclo-Cross World Championship, which will be held on the 1st and 2nd of February 2020.

The best cyclocross specialists will do their best to compete in an exciting race near Zürich. With the presence of the Swiss cold, around 300 cyclists (from several categories) from 30 countries will participate in the most important race of the cycling season. They will be supported and encouraged by more than 20,000 spectators.

The circuit, located in the immediate vicinity of an airbase, is completely flat, so organizers have assured that they have redoubled their efforts to design a circuit at the height of a World Cup event alternating the difficulty of the terrain with artificial obstacles. Despite this, a fast race is expected.

Top Competitors at Cyclo-cross World Championships 2020

How could it be otherwise, in the Elite Men category, the Dutch national team will be captained by Mathieu van der Poel, current world champion and also the new champion of his country. Van der Poel will not be in Nommay since he will concentrate with his team to prepare both the World Cup event and the road season.

On the other hand, the triple world champion of cyclocross, Wout Van Aert will also compete to recover the crown of the cyclocross that the Dutch van der Poel took last year.

We can not forget Toon Aerts, the current leader of the Cyclocross World Cup, which is sure to want to aim the victory in Zurich.

Will they be able to snatch victory from the top favorite of the race, Mathieu van der Poel? We will discover it on the 2nd of February.

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