PHIL DIXON'S REACTION: Three days after the biggest cyclocross race in the World, British Team Manager Phil Dixon talks exclusively to British Cycling and takes time to reflect on the week's achievements, individual performances and the progression of UK cross racing. Read it now!
DAY 2 SENIOR MEN & WOMEN: A great ride by Annie Last was the highlight of the second day of the championships for British fans, but when it came to the medals, it was the Dutch and the home crowd who were cheering after the two senior races - Results, Report, Photography and Reaction
DAY 1 JUNIOR & UNDER-23 MEN: For Brit riders it was a battle against snow, ice and crashes. Luke Gray recovered well from any early crash to finally place 37th, one place ahead of Tom Moses. Luke Grivell-Mellor was 50th, while Dan McLay who had ridden inside the top thirty for most of the race did not finish, crashing out in the final half-lap. Results, Report, Photography and Reaction
FINAL TRAINING DAY: The entire GB team hit the Tabor course for the first time today. For the Senior riders it was a case of gathering information, for the Juniors some final preparation on a course that will host their races in under 24 hours. Luke Webber talks us through Tabor's opening gambit - Course Ride. He also looks behind the scenes at the GB Team's final bike fettling session - Late Night Tubbing
ICE TRUCKING TO TABOR: Off to the icy wastes of the Czech Republic, the GB faced a long and gruelling journey to the World Championships. Here's what happened - Travel Report