For the 2022/23 season, the Superprestige series gets a later start - not kicking off with the first race until October 29, when the World Cup and Exact Cross series are already well underway.
Superprestige is one of the most important cyclocross series worldwide, and fans in the USA can watch them on GCN+ (Race Pass.)
GCN+ (Race Pass) has the USA streaming rights for the 2022/23 Superprestige
Fans from the USA can watch the 2022/23 Superprestige series on the GCN+ (i.e. GCN Race Pass) subscription streaming service.
GCN+ subscribers also get the X20 Badkamers and Exact Cross series, but not the cyclocross World Cup races, which are on the FloBikes service not GCN. See my full write-up of races and streaming providers for the USA for this season.
Superprestige 2022/23 race locations and schedule
For the 2022/23 season the Superprestige consists of visits 8 venues across Europe:
October 29, 2022 - Ruddervoorde
November 11, 2022 - Niel
November 19, 2022 - Merksplas
December 3, 2022 - Boom
December 27, 2022 - Heusden-Zolder
December 28, 2022 - Diegem
January 7, 2023 - Gullegem
February 11, 2023 - Middelkerke
Two of these races fall into the holiday "Kerstperiode" of cyclocross racing.
Superprestige 2022/23 overall standings and points
Unlike the Exact Cross, the Superprestige series awards riders points for each race, depending on their finishing order. An overall series title is awarded based on the amount of points accumulated over the entire season.
In the 2021/22 season, the overall titles based on points were won by Eli Iserbyt and Lucinda Brand.
Which races to watch
I'm personally looking forward to the return of Diegem on the calendar. This event suffered from a few COVID-19 related cancellations and I'm happy to see it return. This is a night race, held under floodlights as riders zoom around a village, and happens mid-week between Christmas and New Year's Day. Because it happens at night, European time, it's one of the few races that can be seen live during regular hours from the United States.