We are kicked out of the press room, so just photos for now. Enjoy! Related Total 32 Shares Like 12 Tweet 0 Pin it 20 Related Topics2014/2015 Cyclocross seasontaborWorld Championships Previous Article Cyclocross Throwback Thursday – photos from the 1999 Cyclocross World Championships in Poprad January 29, 2015Balint Hamvas View Post Next Article Cyclocross 2015 Cyclocross World Championships, Tabor – Day 2 Photo Gallery February 1, 2015Balint Hamvas View Post You May Also Like View Post Cyclocross 2019 DVV Verzekeringen Trofee #3 – Kortrijk November 30, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 DVV Verzekeringen Trofee #2 – Flandriencross, Hamme November 17, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 World Cup #4 – Tabor November 17, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 European Cyclocross Championships – Silvelle November 11, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 Telenet Superprestige #4 – Ruddervoorde November 3, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 DVV Verzekeringen Trofee #1 – Koppenbergcross November 1, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 Telenet Superprestige #3 – Gavere October 27, 2019Balint Hamvas View Post Cyclocross 2019 World Cup #3 – Bern October 20, 2019Balint Hamvas 3 comments Great photos! (but not enough of Nikki Harris!) Pingback: Videos from the 2015 Cyclocross World Championships | Unofficial Unsanctioned Women's UCI Cycling Blog Fantastic photos as always, loved the picture of Lucie Chainel Lefevre with the children wearing chicken hats, and the one of Helen Wyman, covered in mud and beaming ear from ear to ear was brilliant……the one at the end though with Sanne made me so sad (there were many tears here on Saturday when we were watching it, though I think I’d have been all teary if she had won…maybe next year she’ll win) Thank you for always capturing not only the exciting race bits abut also those behind the scenes moments that we don’t get to see on screen……and for allowing us to enjoy cyclecross without getting all muddy and cold. Hope you were plenty wrapped up as it looked really nippy in Tabor. Comments are closed.