Cyclocross champ Wout Van Aert and Ellen Van Loy win fourth round of the Superprestige series
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Cyclocross champ Wout Van Aert and Ellen Van Loy win fourth round of the Superprestige series

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World elite men’s cyclocross champion Wout Van Aert and Ellen Van Loy has just won the Sunday’s fourth round of the Superprestige series.

 

 

The muddy, challenging race in Gavere Belgium made Van Aert take his second victory at the Superprestige series equaling the number with Van der Poel’s victories who has also won all three World Cups and also one of the two DVV Trofee races.

 

On the other hand, the elite women’s course was less intense and diverse with Belgian Van Loy being the sixth rider to win in ten World Cup, Superprestige and DVV Trofee competitions during the first couple of months of the cyclocross season.

 

Van Aert was able to create a significant 30-second advantage to pass his Dutch rival. Van Aerts came second while van der Poel came third, 1:17 behind the first place.

 

Sunday is the day when the fourth round of the World Cup will take place in Bogense, Denmark while the fifth one is set to be in November 25 in Zeven, Germany.

 

 

The results of the three series until now:

 

September 17, World Cup Jinglecross, Iowa

 

Men

 

1) Van der Poel

2) Sweeck

3) Hermans

 

Women

 

1) Nash

2) Keough

3) Cant

 

September 24, World Cup Waterloo, Wisconsin

 

Men

1) Van der Poel

2) Van Kessel

3) Soete

 

Women

1) Cant

2) Keough

3) Noble

 

October 1, Superprestige Gieten

 

Men

1) van der Poel

2) Van Aert

3) Sweeck

 

Women

1) Kaptheijns

2) Brammeier

3) de Boer

 

October 8, DVV Trofee GP Mario de Clercq, Ronse

 

Men

1) van der Haar

2) Van der Poel

3) Van Aert

 

Women

1) Compton

2) Kaptheijns

3) Wyman

 

October 15, Superprestige Zonhoven

 

Men

1) van der Poel

2) Van Aert

3) van der Haar

 

Women

1) Kaptheijns

2) Cant

3) Brammeier

 

October 21, Superprestige Niels Albert, Boom

 

Men

1) van Aert

2) Sweeck

3) van der Haar

 

Women

1) Kaptheijns

2) Cant

3) Annemarie Worst

 

October 22, World Cup Koksijde

 

Men

1) van der Poel

2) van der Haar

3) Van Aert

 

Women

1) Kaptheijns

2) de Boer

3) Cant

 

October 29, Superprestige Ruddervoorde

 

Men

1) van der Poel

2) Van Aert

3) van der Haar

 

Women

1) Kaptheijns

2) Brand

3) Cant

 

November 1, DVV Trofee Kopenbergcross, Oudenaarde

 

Men

1) van der Poel

2) Van Aert

3) van der Haar

 

Women

1) Wyman

2) Compton

3) Verschueren

 

November 12, Superprestige Gavere

 

Men

1) van Aert

2) Aerts

3) van der Poel

 

Women

1) van Loy

2) Brammeier

3) Van De Steene

 


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