Pro results Gold Cup Finals - South West #1. Chula Vista, California. 8 September 2018.
Men Elite: 1 JARED GARCIA, 316 RACING, VICTORVILLE, CA 2 ANTHONY DEAN, CORONA, CA 3 CONNOR FIELDS, CHASE BMX/ELEVN RACING, HENDERSON, NV 4 CORBEN SHARRAH, DAYLIGHT CYCLES, TUCSON, AZ 5 SEAN GAIAN, FULL TILT, SANTEE, CA 6 KAI SAKAKIBARA, DK, HELENSBURGH, ACT
Elite Men: 1 KOMAROV Evgeny RUS 60 2 KLESHCHENKO Evgeny RUS 45 3 KATYSHEV Aleksandr RUS 40 4 PONOMAREV Boris RUS 35 5 TOYANOV Egor RUS 30 6 RAIUSHKIN Mikhail RUS 25 7 BOYAROV Artem RUS 20 8 ROSLANKIN Dmitrii RUS 15
Elite Women: 1 BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUS 60 2 AFREMOVA Natalia RUS 45 3 SUVOROVA Natalia RUS 40 4 KAPITANOVA Tatiana RUS 35 5 ADMAKINA Svetlana RUS 30
Name: Dave van der Burg Racing number: 8 (192) Hometown: Arnhem, Netherlands
Have things changed for you since 1 September, the day the Olympic qualifying period has started? Dave van der Burg: Not really, of course the qualifying period started so it’s important to score points but it didn’t change my attitude going into a race weekend. If I compete no matter what kind of race, I have my mindset on winning it.
Friday night Gold Cup Southwest Prerace, Chula Vista, California.
Men Elite: 1 JORIS DAUDET, CHASE BMX/ELEVN RACING, CORONA, CA 2 ANTHONY DEAN, CORONA, CA 3 JARED GARCIA, 316 RACING, VICTORVILLE, CA 5 CONNOR FIELDS, CHASE BMX/ELEVN RACING, HENDERSON, NV 5 SEAN GAIAN, FULL TILT, SANTEE, CA 6 CORBEN SHARRAH, DAYLIGHT CYCLES, TUCSON, AZ 7 NIC LONG, HARO, LAKESIDE, CA 8 KAI SAKAKIBARA, DK, HELENSBURGH, ACT
Women Elite: 1 ALISE WILLOUGHBY, PROMAX , CHULA VISTA, CA
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Name: Quillan Isidore Racing number: 164 Hometown: London, England Elite Men UCI World Cup Ranking 2018: 16
Have things changed for you since 1 September, the day the Olympic qualifying period has started? Quillan Isidore: I have yet to compete in an Olympic qualifier yet. My first one will be Argentina at the end of the month. Nothing has changed just continuing to train hard with the goal of making finals.
Are you looking for races where you can score more points? Quillan Isidore: So our aim for BC is do as many as possible to give us the best possible chance to score the maximum amount of riders.
Has peaking after 1 September been something you aimed for? Quillan Isidore: For Argentina yes that’s been my main target since after work!
How badly do you want to go to Tokyo for the Olympic Games in 2020? Quillan Isidore: This is on top of my goals list! What an honour it’ll be to represent my country at the
"Let's get a frickin' bus. We'll pull in to the city, load it up with kids and head out to the BMX tracks. Let's introduce this #BIKELIFE culture to BMX racing."
And that's exactly what we did! We handpicked over 40 #SEBIKELIFE riders via their Instagram profiles with instructions to meet up with us at Rucker Park in Harlem, NY. Both Larry's Freewheeling and Jake's bike shop were on hand at the park for last minute tune-ups. Once we were all loaded up on the bus, we drove the riders and their bikes 2hrs out of the city to the New Paltz BMX track for a private practice session. From there we were off to the Kingston Point BMX track for a local night race where everyone raced their first ever BMX race.