2022 UCI BMX World Cup Racing in Bogota (Rounds 5 and 6)

“BMX Queen” Mariana Pagon He will be the undisputed star in Bogota, Colombia, for the last four rounds of 2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup Season.

Rounds 5 and 6 are made of the eight-point series Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September respectively, and you can watch the gold medal winner in London 2012 and Rio 2016 live via Olympic Channel on Olympics.com and the Olympics YouTube page.

Pagon headlines a powerful Colombian squad that includes the Olympic medalist Carlos Alberto Ramirez, the world does not. 2 Diego GroveAnd the Juan Camilo Ramirezwho won the silver medal at this year’s U-23 World Championships in Nantes, France.

Last season, the 30-year-old won both races at home to eventually claim the series title.

Bogota is the first World Cup event where riders can earn points for their national companies (NOCs) in the UCI BMX Racing Olympic classification.

Parque El Salitre will also host the last two rounds of the World Cup on 1 and 2 October.

Read: How to qualify for the BMX race in Paris 2024

September 24-25

BMX Racing | Olympic Qualifiers | World Cup Rounds 5 and 6 | Bogota

Mariana Pagon chases first podium during 2022 World Cup season

Double Olympic Champion Pajeon She hopes to revive her World Cup campaign: In the first two rounds in Glasgow, she did not qualify for the final, while she skipped both stages in Pappendale after crashing hard in training.

The World Cup Series champion recently won the Pan American Championships in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, against his teammate. Gabriella Bolwho will also be at work in Bogota.

In July, the Colombian national champion, who will turn 31 on October 10, claimed her eighth title (seventh in BMX racing) at the Bolivarian Games in Valdobar.

A few weeks later, she finished fifth at the World Championships in Nantes.

The local star returns to the track as she won her third – and final – BMX World Championship title in 2016. She will face stiff competition, starting with the current circuit leader. Laura Smulderswho won the opening two rounds of the World Cup in Glasgow and finished second in Pappendale.

The other must-watch knights will be crowned the newly crowned world champion Felicia Stancil And the Zoe Classinesswho won the silver medal in Nantes after two World Cup wins in Papendale.

In the men’s category, favorite home Diego Grove And the Carlos Ramirez We will look forward to challenging the Commander in Chief Sylvain Andre From France, Olympic and world silver medalist Key White Great Britain, Tokyo 2020 gold medal and 2021 world champion Nick Keman From Holland.

How to watch Rounds 5 and 6 of the 2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup in Bogota

The competition from Rounds 5 and 6 will be broadcast live on Olympics.com and the Olympics YouTube channel from Bogota on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September, starting at 10:00. 3 p.m. local time (8 p.m. UTC) every day.

This means that there will be live coverage of the races in the four categories from the quarter-finals onwards.

Regional restrictions may apply to live broadcasts, but coverage is set to be Available all over the world.

2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup in Bogota: schedule

(times local)

  • Fifth round: Saturday 24 September

11:24 – 11:44 – Elite Men First Round

11:52-12:00 – Elite Women Class 1

12:14-12:26 – The last chance for elite men

12:30-12:34 – The last chance for elite women

12:55-13:09 – Elite Men’s Eighth Final

15:20-15:30 – Women’s Elite Quarter-finals

15:30-15:40 – Men’s Elite Quarter-finals

15:56-16:04 – Women’s Elite Semi-finals

16:04-16:12 – Elite Men’s Semi-Final

16:28-16:36 – Women’s Elite Final

16:36-16:44 – Elite Men’s Final

  • Sixth round: Sunday 25 September

11:24 – 11:44 – Elite Men First Round

11:52-12:00 – Elite Women Class 1

12:14-12:26 – The last chance for elite men

12:30-12:34 – The last chance for elite women

12:55-13:09 – Elite Men’s Eighth Final

15:20-15:30 – Women’s Elite Quarter-finals

15:30-15:40 – Men’s Elite Quarter-finals

15:56-16:04 – Women’s Elite Semi-finals

16:04-16:12 – Elite Men’s Semi-Final

16:28-16:36 – Women’s Elite Final

16:36-16:44 – Elite Men’s Final

2022 UCI BMX World Cup Racing: Figure

The winner of each of the eight World Cup events receives 500 points, and runners-up from second to eighth place receive 430, 370, 318, 273, 235, 202 and 174 points, respectively. Any finalists eliminated will be awarded points corresponding to the round in which they were eliminated and their position in those races.

After the eight rounds of the World Cup are over, the best athlete is crowned the World Cup champion.

2022 UCI BMX Racing World Cup – Women’s Elite: Results

First round – Glasgow:

  1. Laura Smulders (NED)

  2. Zoe Claessens (Switzerland)

  3. Judy Bow (NED)

Round Two – Glasgow:

  1. Laura Smulders (NED)

  2. Bethany Shriver (Great Britain)

  3. I’m Sakakibara (Australia)

Round 3 – Papendal

  1. Zoe Claessens (Switzerland)

  2. Laura Smulders (NED)

  3. Felicia Stancil (USA)

Fourth round – Papendal:

  1. Zoe Claessens (Switzerland)

  2. Laura Smulders (NED)

  3. Bethany Shriver (Great Britain)

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