Elite Results C1 race: Saransk Indoor, Round 2 - Russia - 28 Oct 2018.
Elite Men: 1 898 PONOMAREV Boris RUS 60 2 132 ROSLANKIN Dmitrii RUS 45 3 7777 RAIUSHKIN Mikhail RUS 40 4 565 BOYAROV Artem RUS 35 5 909 KATYSHEV Aleksandr RUS 30 6 298 BRATUS Eduard RUS 25 7 155 KLESHCHENKO Evgeny RUS 20 8 893 ARKHIPOV Artur RUS 15
Elite Women: 1 116 AFREMOVA Natalia RUS 60 2 74 ADMAKINA Svetlana RUS 45 3 79 KAPITANOVA Tatiana RUS 40 4 41 SUVOROVA Natalia RUS 35 5 89 BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUS 30
"Pegless street video filmed throughout the last sunny days in The Netherlands with some Copenhagen clips mixed in. Special thanks to Joeri Veul, Luke Duffy and everybody else who took the time to film clips with me. Really stoked on the result and hope you guys enjoy the video. -Twan van Wijk
The current UCI BMX Freestyle Park Nation Ranking shows where your nation's at in BMX PARK riding at the moment. This nation ranking will become important after 1 November when the Olympic qualifying period begins. Between 1 November 2018 and 11 May 2020 several UCI sanctioned events will provide points towards individual rankings which will translate into a Nations ranking with the points of the two top ranked riders in either the Male or Female BMX Park category. With the top ranked Nation getting to send two riders to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo we will see a strong battle for that position starting 1 November 2018. Nations ranked 2-5 will also get to send a rider with one rider going to the host nation and 2 spots will be given away at the 2019 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Chamionships to complete the total of 9 available spots in both Men and Women.
The last UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup of 2018 will take place in Chengdu, China from 1-4 November making this the first Olympic Qualifying event for Tokyo 2020. Also the UCI Urban World Championships the weekend after in Chengdu will count for qualifying points in the BMX Freestyle Park discipline. But scoring points during World Cups and World Championships isn't the only way. C1 category events will be held all over the world in 2019 as well as national championships and possibly continental championships. In short, points will start to matter very soon for those chasing a spot at the 2020 Olympics in Japan.