UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships 2011
January 29-30 Sankt Wendal, Germany | | |
THE WEEK IN PICTURES One day following the biggest annual cyclo-cross event, British Cycling's photorgapher Luke Webber brings you a photo-wrap of the weekend, from behind the scenes of the British Cycling Team camp.
SENIOR MEN AND WOMEN RACES Helen Wyman finished just outside of the top ten at the 2011 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships in Sankt Wendel, as part of a British team that recorded two top-twenty performances despite troubles on a frozen and testing 2.8km loop.
JUNIOR AND UNDER-23 RACES Jack Clarkson recorded a top-twenty result and best British performance on day one of the 2011 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships, with five more promising rides from the British Cycling Team.
JACK'S WORLDS Junior Development Programme rider Jack Clarkson reflects on his first World Championships.
IAN FIELD: IF YOU'RE A BRIT YOU CAN DO IT The only British professional cyclo-cross rider, the best ever British men's result in a World Cup and still no British title. Ian Field gets the Spanish Inquisition from Luke Webber and talks life on the continent, gaining respect and breaking the Belgian Mafioso.
TRACKSIDE WITH TEAM GB The British Cycling Team has arrived in Sankt Wendel, Germany for the 2011 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships and under the leadership of team manager Phil Dixon, are ready to race for the rainbow over two days of intense competition.
HELEN WYMAN: LEARNING TO BELIEVE Days before the 2011 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships, Luke Webber talks to six-time British Champion and Koppenbergcross winner Helen Wyman and discovers the little black box which could hold the key to becoming Britain's first female World Champion.
EVENT PREVIEW The sixty-first edition of the UCI World Cyclocross World Championships start this Friday; British Cycling Online will bring you live coverage from the races and behind the scenes of the GB camp.
LATE NIGHT TUBBING Stu Bowers and Pete Hargroves return as chief mechanics to the British Cycling Cyclo-Cross Team in 2011. As last year, there will be lots of late night tubbing - we get the lowdown on how to get it right first time. For that authentic touch, break out the Conti cement and a strong coffee.
2011 BRITISH CYCLING TEAM ANNOUNCED British Cycling has announced the team of 13 riders who will travel to St. Wendel in Germany for the 2011 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships, taking place from 29-30 January 2011.
2010 WORLDS WRAP One year previous, riders gathered in Tabor for the 2010 World Championships. Luke Webber travelled with the British Cycling team to provide an unmissable insight into the racing.