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  1. Mud, sweat and tears

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    Video caption: Mud, sweat and tears - watch cyclo-cross in action

    Want to know what cyclo-cross is all about? Watching this should get you in the mood for the weekend's action...

  2. GB youngsters ready to step up

    Tom Pidcock

    Tom Pidcock, Beth Crumpton and Evie Richards will lead the charge for Great Britain at the World Cyclo-Cross Championships in Switzerland.

    Pidcock, 20, is stepping up to the elite level after winning the under-23 world title last year.

    "I know I'll be in good shape - I'm just looking forward to putting on the Great Britain jersey again," said Pidcock.

    Read more here.

  3. GB interest

    Tom Pidcock

    Tom Pidcock, Beth Crumpton and Evie Richards will lead the charge for Great Britain at the World Cyclo-Cross Championships in Switzerland.

    Pidcock, 20, is stepping up to the elite level after winning the under-23 world title last year.

    Ben Tulett, 18, last year's junior world champion, will race in the under-23 event.

    In the women's events, two-time under-23 women's champion Evie Richards will compete in the elite women's race alongside Beth Crumpton.

    Anna Kay, who finished third in the final event of the Under-23 World Cup series to finish eighth overall and Thomas Mein, who finished fourth overall in the World Cup, are among the young British riders to watch in Dubendorf.

    Great Britain squad at the Cyclo Cross World Championships
  4. How can I watch the Cyclo-cross World Championships?

    All times GMT & subject to late changes

    BBC Sport

    Sunday, 2 February

    11:50-13:05: Women's U23 race - Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and app plus BBC iPlayer

    13:20-15:00: Men's Elite race - Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and app plus BBC iPlayer

    You can also catch up with all the action from the Cyclo-cross World Championships for 30 days on the BBC iPlayer.

  5. What are the Cyclo-cross World Championships?

    Taking place at Dübendorf in Switzerland, the Cyclo-cross World Championships are an annual event taking in five men's elite, women's elite, men's under 23, women's under 23 and men's under 18

    Around 300 athletes from 30 countries will take part across the weekend and can be expected to be cheered on by over 20,000 spectators.

    Cyclo Cross World Championships
  6. How to get into cycling

    BBC Sport

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    Video caption: 'I'm one in a million' - join the campaign to get more women cycling

    Women across the UK are being urged to take to two wheels by British Cycling.

    The sport's national governing body wants to address the gender imbalance in cycling by getting a million more women on bikes by 2020.

    Research in 2018 showed two-thirds of cyclists in the UK are men compared to countries like Denmark, where there are more women cyclists than men.

    The 'One in a Million' campaign aims to tackle perceptions which prevent women from getting on a bike.

    Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy is one of the elite cycling stars backing the campaign.

    He said: "If we are to close the cycling gender gap we need to show women that it is safe, you don't have to be super fit or have a wardrobe full of lycra.

    "Getting a million more women in the saddle will be a great feat."