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No less than 12 races in five weeks: this is Wout van Aert's cross program |  cyclocross

No less than 12 races in five weeks: this is Wout van Aert’s cross program | cyclocross

cyclocrossWout van Aert will return to the field on December 4. The Belgian champion begins his cross season at Boom’s Superprestige manche. Then, eleven more league races follow in five weeks. This was reported by Wielerflits. It is not yet clear if Van Aert will captain the World Cup in Fayetteville, USA.




It’s going to be busy motocross weeks for Van Aert, who immediately starts off with a double weekend. On Saturday 4 December he will ride his first cross of the season in Bom, followed a day later by the World Cup in Antwerp. The following weekend (Essen – Val de Sole), he also took part in two races for riders. Between December 12 and 26, he will take a break to go in training with Team Jumbo-Visma in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain. “This is my last program until the Belgian championship. What will follow next has not yet been decided”, says Van Aert of Wielerflits.

summary:

December 4th: Boom (Superprestige)

December 5: Antwerp (World Cup).

December 11: Essen (Etheas Croes).

December 12: Val de Sol (World Cup).

December 26: Dendermonde (World Cup).

December 27: Heusden Zolder (World Cup)

December 29: Digium (Super Prestige)

December 30: Loenhout (X2O Spa Cup)

January 1: Baal (X2O Spa Cup)

January 2: Holly (World Cup).

January 5: Herentals (X2O Spa Cup)

January 9: Middelkerke (Belgium Championship).

It is not yet certain whether Van Aert will captain the World Cup. © BELGA

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