2011–12 cyclo-cross season

The 2011-12 Cyclo-Cross is made up by the three main competitions of Cyclo-Cross discipline:

World Cup
Superprestige
GvA Trophy

The season began on 9 October with the Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde, won by Niels Albert. It is scheduled to end on 19 February 2012.

Race calendarEdit

UCI World Championship
UCI World Cup
Superprestige
GVA Trophy
Date Venue Winner Second Third
9 October   Ruddervoorde   Niels Albert   Bart Aernouts   Klaas Vantornout
16 October   Plzeň   Sven Nys   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar
23 October   Tabor   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar   Klaas Vantornout
30 October   Zonhoven   Niels Albert   Sven Nys   Kevin Pauwels
1 November   Koppenberg   Kevin Pauwels   Sven Nys   Zdeněk Štybar
6 November   Ronse   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar   Niels Albert
13 November   Hamme-Zogge   Zdeněk Štybar   Kevin Pauwels   Sven Nys
19 November   Hasselt   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar   Sven Nys
20 November   Asper-Gavere   Kevin Pauwels   Tom Meeusen   Zdeněk Štybar
26 November   Koksijde   Sven Nys   Kevin Pauwels   Bart Aernouts
27 November   Gieten   Sven Nys   Kevin Pauwels   Rob Peeters
4 December   Igorre   Kevin Pauwels   Sven Nys   Tom Meeusen
17 December   Essen   Bart Wellens   Niels Albert   Rob Peeters
18 December   Namur   Sven Nys   Niels Albert   Klaas Vantornout
23 December   Diegem   Niels Albert   Kevin Pauwels   Sven Nys
26 December   Heusden-Zolder   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar   Sven Nys
28 December   Loenhout   Niels Albert   Zdeněk Štybar   Sven Nys
1 January   Baal   Sven Nys   Kevin Pauwels   Bart Wellens
15 January   Liévin   Zdeněk Štybar   Kevin Pauwels   Radomír Šimůnek, Jr.
22 January   Hoogerheide   Kevin Pauwels   Zdeněk Štybar   Klaas Vantornout
29 January   Koksijde   Niels Albert   Rob Peeters   Kevin Pauwels
4 February   Lille   Tom Meeusen   Zdeněk Štybar   Kevin Pauwels
5 February   Hoogstraten   Tom Meeusen   Kevin Pauwels   Sven Nys
11 February   Middelkerke   Zdeněk Štybar   Sven Nys   Tom Meeusen
19 February   Oostmalle   Niels Albert   Zdeněk Štybar   Kevin Pauwels

National ChampionshipsEdit

Nation Men's winner Women's winner
  Austria Daniel Geismayr Jacqueline Hahn
  Belgium Sven Nys Sanne Cant
  Canada Chris Sheppard Emily Batty
  Croatia Jasmin Bečirovič Mia Radotič
  Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar Martina Mikulášková
  Denmark Kenneth Hansen Nikoline Hansen
  Finland Sami Tiainen Maija Rossi
  France Aurélien Duval Lucienne Chainel-Lefevre
  Germany Christoph Pfingsten Hanka Kupfernagel
  Hungary Szilard Buruczki Eszter Dosa
  Ireland Robin Seymour
  Italy Elia Silvestri Eva Lechner
  Japan Yu Takenouchi Ayako Toyooka
  Luxembourg Gusty Bausch Christine Majerus
  Netherlands Lars Boom Marianne Vos
  New Zealand Gary Hall Kim Hurst
  Poland Mariusz Gil Olga Wasiuk
  United Kingdom Ian Field Helen Wyman
  Serbia Bojan Djurdjc Jovana Crnogorac
  Slovakia Robert Gavenda Janka Števková
  Sweden Magnus Darvell Åsa Maria Erlandsson
  Spain Isaac Suárez Rocío Martín
  United States Jeremy Powers Katie Compton
   Switzerland Julien Taramarcaz Jasmin Achermann

See alsoEdit