Results UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Chengdu, China. 1. Logan Martin (AUS) 2. Daniel Dhers (VEN) 3. Colton Walker (USA) 4. Jeremy Malott (USA) 5. Alex Coleborn (GBR) 6. Jack Clark (GBR) 7. Brandon Loupos (AUS) 8. Nick Bruce (USA) 9. Declan Brooks (GBR) 10. Josh Perry (USA) 11. Mike Varga (CAN) 12. Kenneth Tencio (CRI)
UCI BMX Freestyle Park 2016 Overall World Cup podium: 1. Logan Martin (AUS) 2. Daniel Dhers (VEN)
Fifteen year old Hannah Roberts (USA) had the best cards in her hands to become the 2016 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup champion. After putting a solid run together with tricks like tailwhips, no-handers and backflips over the box, and barspins all over the course, she went for a flair on the quarterpipe and went down hard. The trooper that she is, she got up and put together a second run to not only grab the World Cup win in Chengdu, but also the 2016 UCI BMX Freestyle Park Girls title. Pioneer Cory Coffey (USA) had many lines and a wallride to show in China to grab seond place and second overall for the year. Zeng Peng Jia finished third at the final World Cup of the year in front of a massive crowd.
Results UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Girls. Chengdu, China. 1 Hannah ROBERTS 85.00 pts 2 Coffey CORY 72.33 pts 3 Zeng PENG JIA 60.00 pts 4 Huang LI YA 59.67 pts 5 Tang TANGYUXIN 50.67 pts
The BMX Park Amateur finals were ruled by a young Japanese rider who goes by the name of Rimu Nakamura. After checking the Junior class Rimu decided to enter the Amateur class and qualified in first place. During finals the rider from Japan showed tricks that wouldn't look bad in the pro class including tailwhips to barspins over the jump box and a killer no-hander to barspin over the tricky volcano. To finish off his second run he climbed on top of the VIP wall to bomb drop into the quarterpipe far below. First place was his. Australian Alec Danelutti flair whipped to second and Pietras Bartek (CHI) got third.
Coleborn tricks himself to the top of the list during qualification. World Cup rivals Martin and Dhers qualify in 2nd and 3rd in today's semi final. After the Juniors and Amateur BMX riders were finished on the Park course, the Pro riders who made it to the 24-deep semi final field got on the course in Chengdu to battle for a top 12 spot that would shoot them into the final of the last stop of the 2016 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup. Alex Coleborn (GBR) was on top form and delivered with big moves and tech tricks in both his runs. The number of risky tricks he puts into his runs is amazing and the Brit stayed on both times making him the top qualifier in Chengdu. All focus though was on Daniel Dhers (VEN) and Logan Martin (AUS). The two are so close in the overall standings that whoever finishes in front of the other will win the 2016 overall World Cup title. Making mistakes is not an option for the both of them and by finishing second (Logan) and third (Daniel) it shows that the two are in great shape and ready for Sunday's final event.
Australian Brandon Loupos used his 540-flair and cashroll to secure