2013 Bpost Bank Trophy Cyclocross Koppenbergcross Oudenaarde LIVE

 

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- Video:  Tom Meeusen wins Koppenbergcross (Cycling.be, Dutch, 02:10)

- Video:  Meeusen thrilled with Koppenbergcross victory (Cycling.be, Dutch, 01:47)

- Video:  Highlights (Sporza, Dutch, 01:45)

- Video:  Final lap (Sporza, Dutch, 07:13)

- The Sporza live feed here includes live updates.  Hoping for highlights and final lap videos shortly after the completion of the race.

- LIVE video here.  (Geo-restricted)

- LIVE video here.  (Geo-restricted)

- Next update as live video coverage gets underway.

- Ready for the legendary Koppenberg?

- No live coverage is expected for the Women's race but there may be highlights just prior to the start of the Men's race.  Women riders expected on the start line include Cant, Wyman, Harris, Van Loy, Ferrier-Bruneau, Havlikova, Durrin (Day), Kloppenburg, de Boer, Vardaros, ...

- Riders expected on the start line in the Men's race include: Nys, Albert, Pauwels, Meeusen, Vantornout, Peeters, Wellens, Aernouts, Field, ...  2013/2014 cyclocross action continues...

- Coverage gets underway at 2:40pm CET (9:40am U.S. Eastern) with the Elite Men race beginning at 3:00pm CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern).  Reminder:  As Daylight Saving Time ended in Europe last weekend, there continues to be a 5-hour difference between New York and Paris instead of the usual 6 hour difference, until this Sunday when DST also ends in the U.S.

- The 2013 GVA Bpost Bank Trophy Cyclocross Koppenbergcross at Oudenaarde is Friday, November 1.  There will once again be live streamsOfficial website here - Start List (Women) - Start List (Men)- More info -

Live streaming video: 2:40pm CET (9:40am U.S. Eastern)


Oudenaarde


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(Sport.be)
(3:00pm CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern))
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(Sporza)
(2:40pm CET (9:40am U.S. Eastern))
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