UCI BMX Freestyle Flatland World Cup - Chengdu - 31 October 2019 Men: 1 SASAKI Moto JPN 2 DANDOIS Matthias FRA 3 NEKOLNÝ Dominik CZE 4 JUMELIN Alexandre FRA 5 HUDSON ARAYA Benjamin Ignacio CHI 6 ALT Dustyn GER 7 POOSA-ART Pakphum THA 8 ADAMS Terry USA 9 IKEDA Takahiro JPN 10 MOYA FERNANDEZ Alberto ESP 11 CHIQUET Raphael FRA 12 BONNECUELLE Matthieu FRA 13 ISOGAI Takumi JPN 14 KITAYAMA Tsutomu JPN 15 PREVOST Jean William CAN 16 VAN BERKEL Sybren Christian NED
FISE XPERIENCE SERIES 2019: The last stop of the French FISE tour will provide an Olympic opportunity. It's time to wrap the 2019 FISE French tour, and the final rendez-vous will be in Reims from the 27th to the 29th of September. Last but not least, the event will be labelled C1 by UCI, as well as being part of the FFC French Cup.
The event provides another occasion for BMX Freestyle Park riders to grab some points on the way to Tokyo 2020. The end of the qualification process is coming quickly, and it will be the last occasion in France to get points, so we can be sure to see some top international athletes competing. The event will also host a BMX Dirt contest and a Flatland competition. An "all included jam-packed gnarly way" to
Final results UCI BMX Racing World Championships 2019. Heusden-Zolder, Belgium. 27 July 2019. Elite Men: 1 148 van GENDT Twan NED 31.345 2 313 KIMMANN Niek NED +4.109 3 1 ANDRE Sylvain FRA +7.137 4 29 RENCUREL Jeremy FRA +9.604 5 87 WHYTE Kye GBR +9.676 6 44 DEAN Anthony AUS +34.956
The Olympics qualifying period started on 1 November 2018 and will go until 11 May of 2020. That means we're 6 months in and we've got 12 to go. We decided to give you an update on who is doing well at the moment and who are on the bubble making it to the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. But first things first. A little explanation of how this works is needed. Only 9 spots are available for Men and Women at the first Olympic Games in Tokyo. Clearly, that's not a lot, especially when you know hundreds of riders are trying to make it there. During the Qualification period several events count where riders can score points for their nation. The nation ranking in the end is used to see which countries have conquered a spot to ride in Tokyo. The two best ranked riders per nation form the Nation ranking. Their points get added up and that way it's clear to see where their nation is ranked. For the moment the nation ranking looks like this.
Men: 1 AUSTRALIA 6230 2 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 5390 3 GREAT BRITAIN 3458 4 BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA 3360 5 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 3300 6 COSTA RICA 2210
The points chase toward the 2020 Olympic Games has started. During the qualifying period of 1 November 2018 - 12 May 2020 UCI licensed riders particiating at events listed on the UCI calendar can collect points for their Individual ranking. This ranking is updated weekly and includes all points scored at eligible events over the past 12 months from the day the rankings are updated. This can include National Championships, Class 1 (C1) events, Continental Championships, World Cups and World Championships. Please find below the current Individual Park standings for Elite Men. World Champion Just Dowell has scored a total of 4330 points over the last 12 months for instance followed by Brandon Loupos (3650 points) and Daniel Dhers (3580 points).
BMX Career numbers change after each UCI World Championship. The new World Champions get to show off with the big number 1 on their plate and the rainbow jersey on their shoulders. The top 8 numbers are reserved for the finalists but they can either stick with their current career number or show off what place they got at the latest World's. In the Elite Women class the Smulders family already have their jerseys printed. #1 on the back for Laura and #2 for Merel while Judy Baauw has chosen to got for the W3 plate from now on until the UCI World Championships start in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium next year. Sylvain André will rock the #1 plate in Elite Men with Joris Daudet keeping his #33 career number. Mr. De Souza will proudly rock the #3 for a year and get used to Joris Harmsen running the W4 plate, Kyle Evans with the 6 and David Graf turning in the 48 for #7 for the upcoming races. To check all career numbers make sure to hit up the following link: