Cyclo-Cross World Championships

Sport Cycling
Competition Category World Championships
Years 1950—2020
Editions 71
Competitors 1470
Countries 48

Editions

Year Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1950 Paris FRA 4 March 1950 1 24 6
1951 Luxembourg LUX 18 February 1951 1 27 7
1952 Genève SUI 24 February 1952 1 20 6
1953 Oñati ESP 8 March 1953 1 42 10
1954 Gallarate ITA 28 February 1954 1 36 9
1955 Saarbrücken SAA 6 March 1955 1 36 10
1956 Luxembourg LUX 19 February 1956 1 37 11
1957 Edelare BEL 24 February 1957 1 39 11
1958 Limoges FRA 23 February 1958 1 30 9
1959 Genève SUI 15 February 1959 1 29 9
1960 Tolosa ESP 21 February 1960 1 31 8
1961 Hannover FRG 19 February 1961 1 39 10
1962 Esch-sur-Alzette LUX 18 February 1962 1 36 9
1963 Calais FRA 17 February 1963 1 41 11
1964 Overboelare BEL 16 February 1964 1 42 11
1965 Cavaria con Premezzo ITA 14 February 1965 1 41 12
1966 Beasain ESP 27 February 1966 1 34 9
1967 Zürich SUI 19 February 1967 2 53 12
1968 Luxembourg LUX 25 February 1968 2 60 10
1969 Magstadt FRG 23 February 1969 2 64 12
1970 Zolder BEL 22 February 1970 2 64 11
1971 Apeldoorn NED 28 February 1971 2 63 12
1972 Praha TCH 27 February 1972 2 79 14
1973 London GBR 25 February 1973 2 68 13
1974 Vera de Bidasoa ESP 24 February 1974 2 63 14
1975 Melchnau SUI 26 February 1975 2 75 15
1976 Chazay-d'Azergues FRA 25 January 1976 2 71 14
1977 Hannover FRG 30 January 1977 2 80 14
1978 Amorebieta ESP 22 January 1978 2 65 13
1979 Saccolongo ITA 28 January 1979 2 69 13
1980 Wetzikon SUI 26 – 27 January 1980 2 71 13
1981 Tolosa ESP 21 – 22 February 1981 2 74 13
1982 Lanarvily FRA 20 – 21 February 1982 2 64 12
1983 Birmingham GBR 19 – 20 February 1983 2 87 17
1984 Oss NED 18 – 19 February 1984 2 73 15
1985 München FRG 16 – 17 February 1985 2 74 14
1986 Lembeek BEL 25 – 26 February 1986 2 79 14
1987 Mladá Boleslav TCH 24 – 25 January 1987 2 83 15
1988 Hägendorf SUI 30 – 31 January 1988 2 79 15
1989 Pontchâteau FRA 28 – 29 January 1989 2 85 15
1990 Getxo ESP 3 – 4 February 1990 2 79 13
1991 Gieten NED 2 – 3 February 1991 2 84 17
1992 Leeds GBR 1 – 2 February 1992 2 85 17
1993 Azzano Decimo ITA 30 – 31 January 1993 2 91 19
1994 Koksijde BEL 30 January 1994 1 59 16
1995 Eschenbach SUI 29 January 1995 1 55 16
1996 Montreuil FRA 3 – 4 February 1996 1 57 18
1997 München GER 1 – 2 February 1997 1 52 17
1998 Middelfart DEN 31 January – 1 February 1998 1 57 15
1999 Poprad SVK 30 – 31 January 1999 1 63 18
2000 Sint-Michielsgestel NED 29 – 30 January 2000 2 109 20
2001 Tábor CZE 3 – 4 February 2001 2 91 21
2002 Zolder BEL 2 – 3 February 2002 2 95 20
2003 Monopoli ITA 1 – 2 February 2003 2 89 18
2004 Pontchâteau FRA 31 January – 1 February 2004 2 86 15
2005 Sankt Wendel GER 29 – 30 January 2005 2 93 19
2006 Zeddam NED 28 – 29 January 2006 2 99 17
2007 Hooglede-Gits BEL 27 – 28 January 2007 2 109 21
2008 Treviso ITA 26 – 27 January 2008 2 102 19
2009 Hoogerheide NED 31 January – 1 February 2009 2 107 23
2010 Tábor CZE 30 – 31 January 2010 2 108 23
2011 Sankt Wendel GER 29 – 30 January 2011 2 104 22
2012 Koksijde BEL 28 – 29 January 2012 2 101 22
2013 Louisville USA 2 February 2013 2 76 19
2014 Hoogerheide NED 1 – 2 February 2014 2 103 21
2015 Tábor CZE 31 January – 1 February 2015 2 106 24
2016 Zolder BEL 30 – 31 January 2016 2 100 22
2017 Belvaux LUX 28 – 29 January 2017 2 106 19
2018 Valkenburg NED 3 – 4 February 2018 2 98 20
2019 Bogense DEN 2 – 3 February 2019 2 98 20
2020 Dübendorf SUI 1 – 2 February 2020 2 73 18

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 Belgium BEL 42 30 26 98
2 Netherlands NED 18 17 23 58
3 France FRA 15 10 19 44
4 Switzerland SUI 10 17 20 47
5 West Germany FRG 9 10 10 29
6 Italy ITA 9 5 9 23
7 Czechoslovakia TCH 7 7 3 17
8 Germany GER 5 8 1 14
9 Czech Republic CZE 3 3 2 8
10 Denmark DEN 1 1 2 4
11 United States USA 0 5 1 6
12 Great Britain GBR 0 2 1 3
= Poland POL 0 2 1 3
14 Spain ESP 0 1 0 1
15 Luxembourg LUX 0 0 1 1