UCI cancels stops

The UCI just cancelled the last two BMX Freestyle stops of the 2023 season, this includes Doha, Qatar in November and Al Ula, Saudi Arabia in December. This means the final stop in Bazhong Sichuan Province, China, will be a bigger deal for athletes with marginal points. Follow below for the official press release.

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Current Country Standings for the Women Elite.

  1. USA 10930 points
  2. China 10220 points
  3. Germany 7670 points
  4. Great Britain 5820 points
  5. Czech Republic 5137 points
  6. Switzerland 5120 points
  7. Japan 4930 points
  8. France 4508 points
  9. Colombia 4000 points
  10. Australia 3720 points
  11. Chile 2520 points
  12. Brazil 2122 points
  13. Argentia 1895 points
  14. Venezuela 1880 points


The Union Cycliste Internationale and Hurricane Group regret to announce that the last two rounds of the 2023 UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup – scheduled to be held in Doha, Qatar, on 30 November – 2 December and Al Ula, Saudi Arabia, on 7-9 December -, have been cancelled.

The fourth and final round of the UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup (Park) will be staged in Bazhong, Sichuan Province, China, on 13-15 October.

This Chinese round will provide riders with a chance to earn points towards the UCI BMX Freestyle Park Nation Ranking, which determines how many athletes from each country will be able to participate in next year’s Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS).  Being staged from March to June 2024, the OQS will directly qualify 12 athletes (six men and six women) for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Information about the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, qualification system and the OQS, can be find here.

The calendar for the 2024 UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup (Park and Flatland), including new stopovers, will be announced in the coming months.

Source – 2023 UCI BMX Freestyle World Cup: cancellation of last two rounds

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