|The UCI has announced the cyclocross calendar for the 2022/23 season. 14 World Cup races, including newly-added Beekse Bergen in the Netherlands and Benidorm in Spain, plus a possible race in London will take place next season, which starts on 9 October.
Gent-Wevelgem has announced the teams participating in the 11th edition of the race this year. All WorldTour teams plus 10 continental squads will be at the start line.
The Ronde van Vlaanderen has also announced the 24 teams which will be at the start line of the event.
Le Samyn des Dames has revealed its start list for the race on 1 March in the Walloon region of Belgium.The UCI has made changes to its current regulations regarding the use of drones for filming sporting events. Race organisers may authorise their use as long as they do not affect the sporting conduct of the event and do not pose a risk to riders, officials and spectators.
The Grand Est region has joined forces with Le Tour de France Femmes Avec Zwift for the inaugural edition of the race, becoming the official sponsor of the most active rider classification. The aim is to help promote gender equality and shine a spotlight on measures taken to tackle violence against women. Le Tour de France Femmes Avec Zwift will take place from 24 to 31 July.