UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Qualifying results Women. Top 12 to the final. Chengdu, China. 1 Hannah ROBERTS 16 years 85.80 pts 2 Macarena PEREZ 20 years 80.20 pts 3 Angie MARINO 27 years 79.00 pts 4 Lara LESSMANN 17 years 74.00 pts 5 Oike MINATO 20 years 63.60 pts 6 Nikita DUCARROZ 21 years 61.40 pts 7 Nina BUITRAGO 36 years 60.40 pts 8 Analia ZACARIAS 28 years 57.80 pts 9 Elizaveta POSADSKIKH 23 years 56.20 pts 10 Rebecca BERG 56.00 pts 11 Shanice SILVA CRUZ 24 years 54.40 pts 12 Val WARD 30 years 50.40 pts
13 Mini PARK 26 years 49.40 pts 14 Alexia DEJOIE 25 years 44.00 pts 15 Agustina ROTH 41.80 pts
Bruno Hoffmann’s Devil’s Voice: BMX Mystery at Teufelsberg. It’s sheer horror: a lost radio set lies on the ground in the nocturnal forest. You can hear the distant voice of Anthony Perrin, the best friend of German BMX star Bruno Hoffmann. Where did the French disappear to? Bruno Hoffmann launches a search and finds a hint at Berlin’s Teufelsberg (“Devil’s Mountain”). Following the track on his BMX in the dark, he has to overcome several obstacles in order to reach the next level with his tricks, just as in a video game. It turns out that Anthony Perrin is caught in a dark parallel universe.
Bruno Hoffmann was inspired by a mystery series: „I have watched „Stranger Things“ and when we
Youth Olympic Games qualification process takes place in Chengdu, China. Who will go to Buenos Aires? In 2018 the Youth Olympic Games will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 6-18 October. BMX Freestyle Park is part of it. To qualify your nation for a spot to ride at the YOG, you will need to participate at this year's UCI Urban Cycling World Championships in Chengdu, China (8-12 November).
You will need to be in the age group of 15-18 years old in Chengdu to qualify your nation for a Youth Olympic Games spot. A separate classification will be made for the riders (Male and Female) who fit into the age group of 15-18 years old. The World's will have one Freestyle BMX Park class but a
After three UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup rounds (France, Hungary and Canada), the top 30 looks like this. With one more round on the agenda for the first weekend of November (China) it will be an interesting end of the 2017 World Cup season. It's 10.000 points for first place so the top 6 riders still have a shot at the 2017 World Cup title.
UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup standings Men: 1. DHERS Daniel Venezuela 27200 2. LOUPOS Brandon Australia 22100 3. SANDOVAL Daniel USA 20800 4. MARTIN Logan Australia 19700 5. KONSTANTIN Andreev Russia 17900 6. COLEBORN Alex GBR 17600 7. RIZAEV Irek Russia 14800 8. CASEY Pat USA 14700 9. BRUCE Nick USA 13600 10. NIKULIN Alex Russia 11500 11. WALKER Colton USA 11200 12. CLARK Jack GBR 11100
Antwerp City Drops took place in the weekend of 23/24 September and once again the weather cooperated to make the Urban sports festival a success in the middle of the city centre of Antwerp. This year, next to dirt, a flatland contest was added to the program. While kids rode the dirt pump track all weekend long, the Dirt jumps were used for an Open Qualification contest, a Primus High Air comp, Best trick contest and the BMX Dirt Invitational. The Flatland contest was held on a 144 square meter podium which attracted a huge crowd.
The 8 meter high roll-in got the riders up to speed in no-time for the two big jumps. The first dirt jump was angled in a hip with the second one sending you to the moon if you wanted to. On Saturday Tom van den Bogaard (NED) cleared 7,80 meters in the Primus Haacht Beer high air contest winning a keg of beer and €500 for his efforts. Qualification on Saturday sent the best riders to Sunday's finals where Konrad Szabo (HUN) delivered his triple whips and front flips to please not only the crowd but the judges as well for first place. Tom van den Bogaard styled to second place with height while German Simon Moratz grobbed third with barspins to tailwhips and flip variations. Joe Baddeley (GBR) double flipped to 4th while home favourite Kenneth Tancré claimed 5th place.
Best Trick on Dirt went to Joe Baddeley with a bad-ass double flip on the first hipped double jump. He's got that trick on lock. Antwerp got to see plenty of them over the weekend and Joe liked throwing them to please the Belgians.
Last day for the only North American stop of the 2017 FISE World Series, but not the least! After a morning filled with enthusiasm and impressive riding from the amateurs, things started to get serious once the pros stepped in: BMX Flat Pro - Final. The pro finals kicked off with BMX Flat, in a filled-up amphitheater that brought up a notch the riders' energy on stage.
We knew the battle for the two first places would be a hard one, with names like Jean-William Prévost and Matthias Dandois as contenders. Prévost, happy to ride in home turf, once again blew our minds with technical, original tricks that are his signature, but very slight mistakes made him unable to beat his rival, Matthias Dandois. Nevertheless, the second place that Prévost reached today gave him