Pidcock looks ahead after winning Worlds: 'I've done everything at U23. I'm going Elite'

Jack Elton-Walters 2 Feb 2019 Fresh off the podium after winning the U23 Cyclocross World Championships, Pidcock is already looking ahead to a change next season Words Jack Elton-Walters Photography Chris Auld Marked as favourite in a strong field, and with his chief rival as the defending champion, Tom Pidcock took the win in the Under 23 category of the 2019 Cyclocross World Championships in the way he does best, solo. It also wasn't the first win of the championships for British riders, after Ben Tulett had won the Junior Men's race earlier in the day. Image 14 of 28 Image 14 of 28 Gallery: Click through to see Pidcock's winning race When asked the obvious question of how it feels to be World Champion, Pidcock first expresses how cold he feels through chattering teeth and a chuckle. But with a glance down at the striped jersey he won just ...

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