2013 UCI Cyclocross world championships in Louisville Kentucky broadcast live streaming online

Can’t make it to Louisville, KY, for the first-ever UCI Cyclocross World Championships in the US?

No worries, they’ll be streaming the event live online on their website (louisville2013.com) and on USA Cycling’s YouTube channel. And, to bring you a taste of the pits and expo, Bikerumor’s Zach Overholt will be on the ground to post all the new goodies and peeks at the pro’s bikes.

Eleven cameras will be stationed around the course, and the crew will be broadcasting the coverage live for the weekend’s main events:

  • February 2 – Juniors men’s race (11 am) and Under-23 men’s race (2:30 pm)
  • February 3 – Elite women’s race (11 am) and Elite men’s race (2:30 pm)
  • All times are EST


  1. Considering kick-off is at 6.30 eastern, I’m sure that the racing will be long over by then. You’ll just have to pace yourself with the refreshments!

  2. Let’s hope that they won’t have the same commentators as for the National championships…. I don’t need to know why the racers take off their jacket before the race!

    Can’t wait to see this race!

  3. 49’er, Do you have tickets to the Super Bowl? My guess is, no. So considering the Men’s Elite is finished 2.5 hour before kickoff, is this really something you need to whine about? 98.5% of the people who will be watching this event, think the Super Bowl is what you eat a lot of soup from. But thanks for your worldly input.

  4. yes please don’t have the same announcers as the nationals. If I didn’t love cross so much; I would have left. They made it feel like a tractor pulling contest at a carnival. Watch Belgium Sporza. My belgium/dutch/flemmish is not good; but there announcers do a great job.

What do you think?