Eli Iserbyt finished the season with a seventh victory on the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup circuit ©Getty Images

Men's champion Eli Iserbyt finished the 2021-2022 season in style with another victory to his name at the final leg of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Cyclo-cross World Cup in Hoogerheide.

The Belgian took his seventh victory of the season after a close finish in the men's race with Dutch rider Lars van der Haar, Britain's Thomas Pidcock and his compatriot Michael Vanthourenhout.

Iserbyt clocked a time of 1hr 0min 18sec, putting two seconds between him and silver medallist Van der Haar, who was a second in front of Pidcock.

Vanthourenhout was another two seconds back, but far in front of fifth-placed Toon Aerts of Belgium.

Completing the top 10 was Dutch rider Mees Hendrikx and a contingent of Belgians - Quinten Hermans, Tom Meeusen, Toon Vandebosch and Laurens Sweeck.

Iserbyt had already wrapped up the title this season, but Vanthourenhout needed to finish in front of Aerts to ensure second overall, which he did.

Hermans and Van der Haar were fourth and fifth overall respectively.

In the women's race, Marianne Vos defeated her Dutch team mate Lucinda Brand to the line, with cyclists from the host nation all finishing in the top four.

Vos, who has missed six races this season, finished fifth in the standings for the season, beating Brand who had already secured the women's season title.

She finished 10 seconds in front of the World Cup leader in a time of 52min 14sec.

One second adrift from Brand in third was Puck Pieterse, who was seven in front of Fem van Empel.

The first non-Dutch rider was Hungarian Kata Blanka Vas in fifth, followed by another cyclist from The Netherlands, Shirin van Anrooij and Silvia Persico of Italy.

The Netherlands' Denise Betsema and Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado were eighth and tenth, with Italian Eva Lechner placing ninth.