2014/7/28 11:20:00 (66 reads)
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2014/7/28 6:30:00 (129 reads)
The 2014 UCI BMX World Championships Rotterdam have ended in heartbreak for defending champion Caroline Buchanan on a day that was marred by a series of high profile crashes. Having rode a fantastic Time Trial the day before to grab the silver medal, the defending champ was left battered and bruised after crashing during her last heat earlier in the day, and was 50-50 as to whether or not she would even be able to continue racing having already qualified for the quarter final.
2014/7/28 4:20:00 (173 reads)
It was an electric atmosphere inside Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam for the final day of the UCI BMX World Championships, with the crowd treated to some breathtaking racing, thrills and spills and high drama. Australian Olympic silver medalist Sam Willoughby, fresh off his Time Trial crown on Saturday breezed through the early rounds and looked particularly sharp, with the 2012 world champion a man on a mission after crashing out last year.
2014/7/28 1:50:00 (157 reads)
Team USA Cycling collected three more silver medals as the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships concluded on Sunday with the Supercross finals. Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) and Sean Gaian (Santee, Calif./GT Bicycles) placed second in the junior races while Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline) raced to silver in the elite women's contest.

After five days of competing in Rotterdam, Team USA tallied 21 medals in the challenge class, cruiser class, elite and junior competitions.

"I'm unbelievably proud of all of our athletes," said USA Cycling's National BMX Coach James Herrera. "We had a great medal tally at the world championships this year and I'm super proud to see our junior riders and challenge class riders that are coming up through the ranks. We've got an incredibly bright future."

JUNIOR WOMEN
Reno's silver medal in the Junior Women's Supercross came in 
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Men Elite:
Sam Willoughby (AUS) 25.393 1, Tory Nyhaug (CAN) +2.133 2, Tre Whyte (GBR) +8.068 3, Edzus Treimanis (LAT) +9.144 4, David Herman (USA) +9.511 5, Amidou Mir (FRA) +10.455 6, Connor Fields (USA) +35.751 7, Anthony Dean (AUS) DNF 8,

Women Elite:
Mariana Pajon (COL) 26.983 1, Alise Post (USA) +0.449 2, Laura Smulders (NED) +0.735 3, Simone Christensen (DEN) +2.064 4,
2014/7/27 3:00:00 (333 reads)
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2014/7/27 0:30:00 (159 reads)
Team USA Cycling earned three medals on Saturday as the elite and junior competitions got underway at the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships. Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Haro Bicycles) and Collin Hudson (Longmont, Colo./Redline) earned silver medals in their Time Trial Superfinals while Shealen Reno (Plano, Texas/Hyper Bicycles) grabbed a bronze.

ELITE MEN
In the elite men's time test, Sharrah completed the course with a time of 24.819 to earn his silver hardware. He was second to gold medalist Sam Willoughby (AUS) who posted a 24.757. Frenchman Joris Daudet secured the podium's final step with his time of 24.924. Three Americans posted top ten times among elite men: Jared Garcia (Victorville, Calif./Supercross BMX) in sixth, reigning U.S. national champion Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./ Chase/Monster) in seventh, and Justin Posey (Winston-Salem, N.C./Dan’s Comp) in ninth. 
2014/7/26 22:30:00 (134 reads)
The Australian’s are proving unstoppable in Rotterdam as more winners are crowned overnight. Day four of the UCI BMX World Championships in Rotterdam provided an opportunity for our elite Australian riders to rehearse for racing on Sunday in the time trial.

Olympic silver medalist Sam Willoughby could not have made a greater statement by winning the time trial in stunning fashion, edging out American Corben Sarrah by 0.62 seconds on what was a highly entertaining evening at the Ahoy Stadium in Rotterdam, with Australia’s Bodi Turner finishing in tenth.

Defending World Champion Caroline Buchanan rode fantastically to finish in second just 0.22 seconds outside top spot, however her form suggests she will be the one to catch come finals time on Sunday.

Brandon Te Hiko had a stunning ride to finish third in the Junior Men’s division, the Geelong BMX Club rider was scintillating, finishing 
2014/7/26 20:10:00 (206 reads)
Time Trials results Elite Men. World's Rotterdam.

1 P 91 WILLOUGHBY Sam AUS 24.966 +0.093 3 24.757 0.000 Q
2 P 24 SHARRAH Corben USA 25.216 +0.343 5 24.819 +0.062 Q
3 P 33 DAUDET Joris FRA 24.873 0.000 1 24.924 +0.167 Q
4 1 PHILLIPS Liam GBR 25.233 +0.360 6 25.021 +0.264 Q
5 P 81 STROMBERGS Maris LAT 25.156 +0.283 4 25.051 +0.294 Q
6 P 187 GARCIA Jared USA 25.509 +0.636 12 25.170 +0.413 Q
7 P 11 FIELDS Connor USA 24.923 +0.050 2 25.194 +0.437 Q
8 P 127 TREIMANIS Edzus LAT 25.354 +0.481 7 25.347 +0.590 Q
9 P 19 POSEY Justin USA 25.486 +0.613 10 25.375 +0.618 Q
10 P 747 TURNER Bodi AUS 25.422 +0.549 9 25.473 +0.716 Q
11 P 37 v. GORKOM Jelle NED 25.543 +0.670 15 25.548 +0.791 Q
12 5 NYHAUG Tory CAN 25.495 +0.622 11 25.560 +0.803 Q
13 P 69 GODET Damien FRA 25.364 +0.491 8 25.607 +0.850 Q
14 P 566 OQUENDO Carlos COL 25.551 +0.67 16 25.691 +0.934 Q
15 P 14 CALEYRON Quentin FRA 25.539 +0.66 14 25.77 +1.020 Q
16 P 666 van der PUTTEN Ivo NED 25.535 +0.662 13 25.904 +1.147 Q
2014/7/26 18:50:00 (184 reads)
Elite Women Time Trials results. 2014 UCI TT World's Rotterdam.
1 P 110 SMULDERS Laura NED 27.458 +0.173 2 27.449 0.000 Q
2 1 BUCHANAN Caroline AUS 27.779 +0.494 3 27.471 +0.022 Q
3 P 100 PAJON Mariana COL 27.285 0.000 1 27.553 +0.104 Q
4 P 91 VANHOOF Elke BEL 27.975 +0.690 6 27.847 +0.398 Q5 P 96 WALKER Sarah NZL 28.402 +1.117 10 27.895 +0.446 Q
6 P 75 van BENTHEM Merle NED 27.930 +0.645 5 27.98 +0.529 Q
7 P 32 CRAIN Brooke USA 28.058 +0.773 7 27.986 +0.537 Q
8 P 971 VALENTINO Manon FRA 28.298 +1.013 8 28.065 +0.616 Q
9 P 23 STANCIL Felicia USA 27.801 +0.516 4 28.148 +0.699 Q
10 P 57 AILLOUD Eva FRA 28.496 +1.211 12 28.228 +0.779 Q
11 P 33 GEORGE Dani USA 28.771 +1.486 15 28.255 +0.806 Q
12 P 11 POST Alise USA 28.388 +1.103 9 28.440 +0.991 Q
13 P 41 SUVOROVA Natalia RUS 28.653 +1.36 14 28.55 +1.103 Q
14 P 50 POTTIER Magalie FRA 28.538 +1.253 13 28.827 +1.378 Q
15 P 52 HLADIKOVA Aneta CZE 28.800 +1.51 16 28.864 +1.415 Q
16 P 21 REYNOLDS Lauren AUS 28.454 +1.169 11 29.36 +1.913 Q
2014/7/26 1:30:00 (204 reads)
The 2014 UCI BMX World Championships continued on Friday with the cruiser class competitions. Five Americans made it to their main events and three of them were barely edged from the podium with fourth-place finishes. In the men's 13-14 cruiser class final, Hunter Brown (West Bountiful,
2014/7/25 23:30:00 (169 reads)
Australian success continues to flow at the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships in Rotterdam, with another three Aussies crowned world champions overnight, this time in the Cruiser (24 inch) class. The day couldn’t have started better for Australia when Aston Wypych-Coles of the Castle Hill BMX Club and Patrick Bognar from Knox BMX Club made it an Australian one, two in the 12 and under men’s division. It was a case of second time round for Wypych-Coles who having just missed out on the podium in the 20inch class rectified that in
2014/7/25 9:10:00 (197 reads)
The 2014 UCI BMX World Championships continued on Thursday with the challenge class races for riders ages five through 16. Team USA earned 11 medals on day two of competition, four of which were world titles.

Connor Defrain (La Palma, Calif.) claimed the first gold medal of the day for the United States when he bested the other seven riders in the main event of the 10-year-old boys' competition. The gold medal was an improvement upon the bronze he collected a year ago in the 9-year-old event. To ride off with the top honor, Defrain beat out silver and bronze medalists Lachlan Stevens-McNab (NZL) and Jaymio Brink (NED)

Another world title came for the USA on Thursday when Esja Shriver (Crestline, Calif.) outrode the rest of the 11-year-old girls to cross the line for the gold medal. She bested second- and third-place finishers Maia Colman Savage (NZL) and Mariane Beltrando (FRA)

In the 13-year-old girls' category, Jordan Scott (Henderson, Nev./Redman) upgraded from the silver she won a year ago when she was 12. This year, she dominated the race and beat silver and bronze medalists Jessie Smith (NZL) and Molly McGill (AUS) to the finish line in the final.
2014/7/25 3:19:48 (148 reads)
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