Fise Montpellier Spine Ramp final results. A great evening at the town hall square with thousands of people watching some great BMX riders do their thing, having fun. In the end Maligno sent it to the moon for first, Mark Webb put in some legendary runs for second and Justin Dowell brought the progression for third on the Spine Mini Ramp in France.
Qualification results UCI BMX Flatland World Cup Women Montpellier. Top 8 to the final. Women: 1 KATAGIRI Misaki 2 PREUSS Julia 3 Sadovnik Irina 4 FRICKE Erin 5 KRUGLOVA Ekaterina 6 VAES Céline 7 SEIGNEUR Louise
Qualifying results UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup Men. Montpellier, France. Top 24 to the semi-finals on Saturday.
1. BROOKS Declan 2. RIZAEV Irek 3. DOWELL Justin 4. JONES James 5. NAKAMURA Rimu 6. NYQUIST Ryan 7. MARTIN Logan 8. VAN DEN BOGAARD Tom 9. ANDREEV Konstantin 10. BRUCE Nick 11. LOUPOS Brandon 12. TORRES GIL Jose 13. CLARK Jack 14. JEANJEAN Anthony 15. COLEBORN Alex 16. SANDOVAL Daniel
Breaking into the top 10 of the UCI Individual ranking isn't an easy thing to do. Events on the UCI calendar of the past 12 months count towards this ranking with events/points older than 12 months being dropped, and new scores being added every Tuesday. The current top 10 are listed below (Men/Women) and with the next UCI BMX Freestyle Park World Cup coming up next week in Montpellier, France, changes are likely to happen. Who will make it to the top 10? Who will drop out? Keep on checking because things are getting interesting.
BMX Freestyle Men Elite Ranking:
1 DOWELL Justin USA 4050 points 2 LOUPOS Brandon AUS 3960 3 DHERS Daniel VEN 3260 4 WALLWORK Jake AUS 3010 5 SANDOVAL Daniel USA 2790 6 TENCIO ESQUIVEL Kenneth Fabian CRC 2680 7 NAKAMURA Rimu JPN 2420 8 JONES James GBR 2288
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