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Belgian National Cyclo cross Championships

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Covid-19
Date  Beginning of January
Type  One-day
Editions  100 (as of 2017)
Discipline  Cyclo-cross
First edition  1910 (1910)
Belgian National Cyclo-cross Championships
Organiser  Royal Belgian Cycling League

The Belgian National Cyclo-cross Championships were first held in 1910, and have been held annually since 1921 (with a break in 1940 due to World War II) by the Royal Belgian Cycling Federation (KBWB/RLVB). Races are run for elite men, elite women, under 23 men, junior (under 18) men, juvenile men, various masters (amateur over 30) categories and by other organisations catering for veteran riders.

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Elite Men

The winners and placed riders for the professional men's event (literally "elite with contract"; a separate championship is still held for elite men without contract, following on from the earlier amateur event) each year have been:

Multiple winners

Riders in cursive are still active.

Multiple winners

Riders in cursive are still active.

References

Belgian National Cyclo-cross Championships Wikipedia


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