the national Coach, Sven Vanthourenhout has the Monday selection is announced for the European Championships, cyclo-cross, which will take place on Sunday, november 10th, at the Italian-Silvelle.

Vanthourenhout is counting on the men to Show Aerts, Quinten Hermans, and Eli Iserbyt, last year’s runner-up in the promises. They will have the support of Tim Merlier, Daan Soete, Laurens Sweeck, Michael Vanthourenhout and Gianni Vermeersch. Last year in Rosmalen, nothing against Mathieu van der Poel, who won for Wout van Aert, of which there are now known not to be with. Thereafter followed Sweeck, Vanthourenhout and Aerts.

In the women’s ended, I can’t be in 2018 and is the fourth, after a Dutch stage with anne-marie and Sausage all the way the top of the page. Amber once again have a favorite, but If you can rely on Year In, Loes Sels, Joyce Vanderbeken, Ellen Van Loy, and Laura Verdonschot of the Netherlands, women are in trouble.

Photos: BELGA < / P> the Selections:

in the Men’s Elite Show for one more Year – Those of Herman – Eli Iserbyt – Tim Merlier, Daan Soete, Laurens Sweeck – Michael Vanthourenhout – Gianni Vermeersch (Reserves: Jens Adams, Nicolas Cleppe Tom Meeusen).

the Women’s Elite I Can’t – She In – She Orders – And Joyce Vanderbeken Ellen Van Loy – Laura Verdonschot.

The Men’s U23: Yentl Bekaert – Jarno Bellens – Andrew Goeman – Timo Kielich – Gerben Kuypers – Show Vandebosch – Player Available.

The Women’s U-23 Worlds: Porto Crabbé – Marthe Truyen

The Men’s Junior Team: Lennert Belmans – Ward Huybs – Yorben Lauryssen – Jente Michel – Thibau Nys Jetze Van Campenhout – Plays Verstrynge

the Women’s Junior team: Julie Brewers – Julie with The Wild – Julie’s Made – Star Vervloet

More about Eli Iserbyt Eli Iserbyt will also be in Superprestige Gavere and Jurgen Mettepenningen: “it is Not our fault that Van der Poel is not present” the former world champion: “What’s happening now is, in the long term, the death of our sport,” Eli Iserbyt is the now all-powerful in Bern, switzerland, and picks up a three-on-three in the world Cup: “I have another round up next”