Sanne Cant and Kevin Pauwels won their respective races at round three of the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup hosted for the first time in the UK, at Milton Keynes, on Saturday.
An estimated 8,000 people turned up to watch the event, which was given high praise by both riders and spectators. The likelihood of the event’s return to Britain seems assured.
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Nikki Harris, Helen Wyman, Ian Field and Gabby Durrin give their verdict on Milton Keynes' World Cup Cyclo-Cross races
An estimated 8,000 turned out to watch the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup's first visit to Britain, and they were not
Kevin Pauwels out-paces Klaas Vantornout to take win in Milton Keynes as Ian Field produces best ever World Cup result
Nikki Harris places third as Sanne Cant and Katherine Compton duel it out for the win in Milton Keynes