The UCI has released the cyclocross World Cup calendar for the upcoming 2022 / 2023 season:
Oct. 9, 2022
|Oct 16, 2022||Fayetteville, Arkansas||USA|
|Oct 23, 2022||Tabor||Czechia|
|Oct 30, 2022||Rucphen||Netherlands|
|Nov 13, 2022||Beekse Bergen||Netherlands|
|Nov 20, 2022||Overijse||Belgium|
|Nov 27, 2022||Hulst||Netherlands|
|Dec 4, 2022||Antwerp||Belgium|
|Dec 11, 2022||TBA||TBA|
|Dec 17, 2022||Val Di Sole||Italy|
|Dec 26, 2022||Dendermonde||Belgium|
|Jan 8, 2023||Zonhoven||Belgium|
|Jan 22, 2023||Benidorm||Spain|
|Jan 29, 2023||
Compared to the 2021/22 calendar, the 2022/23 plan contracts slightly, dropping two races. Iowa City (the "Jingle Cross" venue) does not appear for 2022/23, and Koksijde is also MIA. The Koksijde promoters have already indicated their race will continue, perhaps as part of the X²O Badkamers Trofee series. Jingle Cross is shown on the UCI C1/C2 calendar for the October 15, 2022 weekend, just not as a World Cup this year.
The race labeled "TBA" for Dec 11, 2022 is still pending. There is speculation that the World Cup could land in London, and this might be a placeholder for a final announcement soon.
Hoogerheide is also not on the calendar; that venue will be used for the World Championships, however, so that makes sense.