Results of the National Championships BMX Park over in Chile! Elite Men Park: 1 Ivan GALDAMES SALAZAR 23 CHI 200.00 UCI Ranking points 2 Jose CEDANO CABRERA 25 CHI 160.00 3 Ismael ARROYO ROMERO 18 CHI 130.00 4 Bogart CONTRERAS 21 CHI 110.00 5 Benjamin ARMIJO FARIAS 18 CHI 90.00 6 Marco QUIROZ RUPALLAN 30 CHI 70.00 7 Gaspar BECERRA MARTINEZ 17 CHI 50.00 8 Jeremias RIOS PROVOSTE 20 CHI 30.00 9 Emerson QUEZADA QUEZADA 23 CHI 20.00 10 Bastian PAEZ RETAMALES 28 CHI 10.00
Best known as the ‘Super Bowl of Flatland BMX’, Red Bull Circle of Balance returned for the fifth iteration of the event after a 10-year hiatus. The global roster of athletes took their talents to the floor at New Orleans’ iconic Mardi Gras World; a venue as artistic and eclectic as the sport itself. Sixteen hand-selected athletes from nine countries went head-to-head in the bracket-style competition as viewers around the world tuned in live on Red Bull TV.
Flatland BMX is best described as break dancing on a bike. Athletes control their bikes with their bodies in a dance-like rhythm of spins and twists. Over 500 spectators lined the competition floor and surrounding stands as riders battled it out in one heated round after the next.
The Dutch BMX Park National Championships were squeezed in at the end of 2022 to continue the streak of having national champions for history's sake. going into the comp the level of thr riders was close. It made for a good battle to even make the final. The riders that entered ride in Eindhoven a lot. They ride together to progress together, but on 17 December 2022 the judges had to decide who was actually the best of them all. Daniel Wedemeijer has been struggling with a shoulder injury but wanted to enter anyway as he had been setting up the Dutch Championships himself. His first qualification run gave him a score of 71 but he didn't manage to step it up in run two and was eliminated. Jari Roggerveen scored a 71 in run number two where he pulled the fakie roll to front flip at the end of his run. Jari blasted through the park in Jari style with a smile on his face and pleasing the crowd. An average score of both runs of 74,33 helped Pim Scheers transfer to the finals just behind Arjan Ellens (76,83), a recovered Levi Weidmann (77,67) and Tom van den Bogaard (82,67). The 4-men final was going to be a good one.
Pim Scheers turned it up a notch in order to grab third place at the 2022 Dutch Park championships. He added a flairwhip to his run that was already packed with seatgrab indians, whips on the hip, front flips, no-footed cancans and as a bonus he nailed a triple tailwhip on the step-up in his 2nd run. Arjan Ellens was the only one to start off scoring points by bomb dropping from the wall into the quarter. Everyone likes to see stunts and Arjan brought them. Double barspin transfers, no-footed cancan one-footers,
Best known as the 'Super Bowl of Flatland BMX', Red Bull Circle of Balance returned for the fifth iteration of the event after a 10-year hiatus with Canadian Jean William Prévost crowned champion at the US debut of the global event. Here is all you need to know:
- Sixteen hand-selected athletes from nine countries went head-to-head in the bracket-style competition at New Orleans' iconic Mardi Gras World in front of over 500 spectators as global viewers tuned in live on Red Bull TV.
- American riders performed larger than life tricks, European athletes brought style and steeze, and Japanese participants demonstrated technical precision in the ultimate showcase of sport.
The season came to an end at the Gold Coast. Home base of Logan Martin who put home advantage to good use as he had the last run of the day and some hammer runs were just pulled right in front of him. The Aussie made it work and scored the overall UCI World Cup title at the same time after three stops this year. 2023 should see a 6-stop Park season with venues all over the world from Saudi Arabia, to Belgium to France to...... Get on it. Join the fun. Here's the 2022 standings. Make sure you get on the list next year.
2022 Overall standings UCI BMX Park World Cup: 1 MARTIN Logan AUS 2800
Logan does it. An intense final wrapped up the 2022 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup year at the Gold Coast in Australia. For a moment it looked like Anthony Jeanjean was going to run with it but Logan Martin came out swinging in the last run of the event. It was a great way to end the year but it won't be long before we're back at it. Find the results of the last stop below.
BMX Park Men results: 1 MARTIN Logan AUS 2 JEANJEAN Anthony FRA 3 NAKAMURA Rimu JPN 4 CHRISTOPHER Marcus USA 5 DOWELL Justin USA 6 REILLY Kieran GBR 7 MATTHEWS Joshua AUS 8 TRYON Bryce USA 9 TOOHEY Jaie AUS 10 THIEM Jacob USA 11 FOX Brian USA
The standings going into the last round of the 2022 UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup for Women Park was close. Chinese athletes left a strong impression at the last stop in Australia and are showing they mean business in the years to come. In the end it was Hannah Roberts who scored most points overall for the season to become the 2022 UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup Park champion. Second went to Nikita Ducarroz (SUI) and third place overall was for Charlotte Worthington who had to sit out the last World Cup final after a warm-up crash left her sidelined. Question of the day was if the Chinese ladies will continue to improve on their level. If they do, the 2023 UCI BMX Freestyle Park overall ranking will look a whole lot different. The challenge is on, and that's a good thing. Progression needs to be made. Riding needs to be pushed. There is never a stale moment in BMX Freestyle.
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup overall ranking 2022. Women. 1 ROBERTS Hannah USA 2590 2 DUCARROZ Nikita SUI 2210 3 WORTHINGTON Charlotte GBR 1830 4 WOLFE Chelsea USA 1760 5 BENEGAS Perris USA 1670 6 LESSMANN Lara Marie GER 1620
What a surprise on today's Women Park podium at the Gold Coast. The top two spots going to CHINA and deservingly so. Hannah Roberts grabs third after yesterday's bail made it unsure if she would actually ride today. She did, got third and that didn't hurt her 2022 overall UCI World Cup position either. Results on the final standings to follow.
Results UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Women. 1 SUN Jiaqi CHN 2 ZHOU Huimin CHN 3 ROBERTS Hannah USA
The UCI BMX Freestyle park World Cup season ends in Australia. It has been a battle between Anthony Jeanjean and Logan Martin all year long. With Jeanjean getting home advantage in Montpellier France, it is now Logan Martin's turn to use the Gold Coast surroundings in his favour for the last stop. Both did well in Montpellier and Brussels and their ranking points indicate 1820 for Jeanjean and 1800 for Martin at the moment. During qualification neither one of the top park riders made a mistake and a 1-2 finish was the results with Logan coming on top. The event continued on Saturday with the semi finals where 12 of the 24 riders were sent to the showers. Logan and Anthony are still in getting out of the semi finals in 1st (Logan) and 3rd (Jeanjean) giving the Aussie the opportunity to watch the Frenchy's runs before dropping in. With two runs of which the best run counts, expect the battle to be on. In Abu Dhabi at the recent UCI BMX Freestyle World Championships Logan Martin got a flat tire during qualification. Something like that could just happen at the Gold Coast as well but both team France and team Australia are ready to minimize bad luck and get the riders ready so they can perform at their best at the final round of the season. 2022 UCI BMX Park World Champion made it to the finals in 2nd place and is ready to mix it up with the two title favourites on Sunday. We will see what happens but make sure to keep checking in for the outcome.
In Women Park China is taking over. You read that right. China is taking over the Women class
The final stop of the UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup is happening this weekend at the Gold Coast. 70 Elite riders made the trip to sunny Gold Coast. It’s the first time a UCI World Cup is taking place in Oz, a country which has produced many great riders in the past. The place, supported by AUS Cycling, was a big investment but can now be used for international events, clinics, trainings or all of the above. The Hot Box indoor facility is located only 200 meters from the outdoor park so as a BMX rider living at the Gold Coast isn’t a bad thing. It’s surfer’s paradise too so you get an idea of the place. Add many surrounding concrete parks, Logan Martin’s backyard, the giant Beenleigh Park, some BMX tracks and you could change Surfer’s Paradise into Biker’s Paradise just as well. Having events in new places always brings the explore factor up and there’s plenty to do out here in Oz.
After some days of open practice, a press day followed before the event really kicks off with a full day of BMX Park practice on Thursday. Friday will see Men Qualifying where things will get hectic.