Who's Earned the Sleeve? 2019 National Championships Result Roundup [Updated]

Jul 22, 2019 at 6:03
by Ed Spratt  
Rule Britannia.

With every nation holding their own National Championships it can be hard to keep up with who is wearing their nation's flag on their kit. To help with the confusion we have put together a round-up of all the National Championships so far this year and we will keep it updated throughout the year. Check out all the results below.

Australia
DH Championships

4 April
Bright, Australia



Elite Men


1st. Troy Brosnan: 3:18.686
2nd. Dean Lucas: +2.255
3rd. Connor Fearon: +3.645
4th. Jackson Frew: +4.836
5th. Ben Zwar: +6.012



Elite Women


1st. Tracey Hannah: 3:52.136
2nd. Sian A'Hern: +0.535
3rd. Tegan Molloy: +14.734
4th. Ellie Smith: +20.132
5th. Danielle Beecroft: +28.378


Full results available here.





XCO Championships

4 April
Bright, Australia



Elite Men


1st. Daniel James McConnell: 1:26:04.15
2nd. Cameron Ivory: +2.08
3rd. Reece Tucknott: +01:57.08
4th. Ben Bradley: +03:44.43
5th. Kyle Ward: +04:24.16



Elite Women


1st. Rebecca McConnell: 1:25:04.42
2nd. Holly Harris: +02:54.29
3rd. Kathryn Mcinerney: +05:40.93
4th. Sarah Riley: +10:43.7
5th. Charlotte Culver: +12:25.47




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Matthew Dinham: 1:29:25.92
2nd. Cameron Wright: +23.8
3rd. Alex Lack: +02:22.86
4th. Callum Carson: +03:12.01
5th. Nicholas Pedler: +03:36.72



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Katherine Hosking: 1:33:14.75
2nd. Sarah Tucknott: +39.45
3rd. Courtney Snowball: +16:39.81


Full results available here.





Austria
DH Championships

25 May
Windischgarsten Austria



Elite Men


1st. David Trummer: 2:00.60
2nd. Andreas Kolb: +1.36
3rd. Bors Tetzlaff: +4.3
4th. Stefan Mauser: +7.24
5th. Nico Ofner: +8.54



Elite Women


1st. Vali Höll: 2:20.48
2nd. Elke Rabeder: +8.94
3rd. Helene Valerie Fruhwirth: +10.78
4th. Simone Wechselberger: +13.02
5th. Melissa Jenull: +17.66


Full results available here.





XCO Championships

16 June
Windhaag, Austria



Elite Men


1st. Gregor Raggl: 1:17:25
2nd. Karl Markt: +43
3rd. Maximilian Foidl: +01:05
4th. Moritz Bscherer: +05:50
5th. Fabian Costa: +06:45



Elite Women


1st. Laura Stigger: 1:18:22
2nd. Lisa Pasteiner: +38
3rd. Corina Druml: +02:12
4th. Elisabeth Osl: +04:12
5th. Nadja Heigl: +07:39




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Florian Wimmer: 1:25:03
2nd. Julian Pockhacker: +01:16
3rd. Armin Embacher: +02:04
4th. Tobias Peterstorfer: +02:40
5th. Michael Holland: +05:46



Full results available here.





Brazil
DH Championships

20 July
Instituto Mairiporã, São Paulo, Brazil



Elite Men


1st. Gabriel Giovannini: 2:33.249
2nd. Roger Vieira: +1.521
3rd. Bernardo Cruz: +4.573
4th. Wallace Miranda: +4.747
5th. Mauricio Cirne: +7.798



Elite Women


1st. Mariana Lopes: 3:34.407
2nd. Lais Flecke: +13.104
3rd. Barbara Jechow: +18.944
4th. Karina Kosmala: +37.946
5th. Ana Maria Dos Santos: +44.14


Full results available here.




Britain
DH Championships

21 July
Revolution Bikepark, Great Britain




Elite Men


1st. Danny Hart: 2:25.758
2nd. Charlie Hatton: +0.99
3rd. Joe Breeden: +2.13
4th. Joseph Smith: +2.20
5th. Gee Atherton: +2.22



Elite Women


1st. Stacey Fisher: 3:04
2nd. Chloe Taylor: +0.84
3rd. Becci Skelton: +6.07
4th. Megan Whyte: +10.90
5th. Corinna Brisbourne: +15.78




Junior Men


1st. Luke Williamson: 2:31.715
2nd. James Elliott: +4.82
3rd. Luke Mumford: +5.77
4th. Dan Slack: +8.19
5th. Declan Willicombe: +8.73



Junior Women


1st. Rosy Monaghan: 3:21.211
2nd. Tea Jensen: +7.17
3rd. Megan Nevard: +9.57


Full results available here.




XCO Championships

20 July
Cannock Chase, Great Britain



Elite Men


1st. Frazer Clacherty: 01:33:58
2nd. Grant Ferguson: +36
3rd. Jason Bouttell: +01:30
4th. Tom Bell: +01:51
5th. Joe Griffiths: +02:24



Elite Women


1st. Annie Last: 01:30:04
2nd. Isla Short: +01:13
3rd. Kerry Macphee: +09:33
4th. Amy-jo Hansford: +11:14
5th. Eilish Gilbert: +13:50




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Thomas Pidcock: 01:17:18
2nd. Sean Flynn: +2
3rd. Cameron Orr: +3
4th. Christopher Rothwell: +02:47
5th. Paddy Atkinson: +06:11



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Evie Richards: 01:12:01
2nd. Ffion James: +08:11
3rd. Holly Macmahon: +09:26
4th. Helen Barron: +15:45
5th. Amy Drysdale: +18:09


Full results available here.





Canada
XCO Championships

20 July
Oro Station, Ontario



Elite Men


1st. Peter Disera: 1:23:26
2nd. Léandre Bouchard: +01:34
3rd. Marc-andre Fortier: +04:38
4th. Raphaël Gagné: +05:24
5th. Felix Belhumeur: +06:59



Elite Women


1st. Emily Batty: 1:18:05
2nd. Catharine Pendrel: +01:10
3rd. Sandra Walter: +01:31
4th. Cindy Montambault: +02:31
5th. Jennifer Jackson: +02:55




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Quinton Disera: 1:07:15
2nd. Raphael Auclair: +0:18
3rd. Tyler Orschel: +0:20
4th. Holden Jones: +1:37
5th. Gunnar Holmgren: +2:49



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Laurie Arseneault: 1:00:16
2nd. Mackenzie Myatt: +0:51
3rd. Marianne Théberge: +1:10
4th. Sophianne Samson: +1:54
5th. Roxane Vermette: +2:23


Full results available here.



DH Championships

28 July
Panorama Mountain Resort, British Columbia



Elite Men


1st. Finn Iles 2:57.12
2nd. Kirk McDowall 2:57.85 +00.73
3rd. Magnus Manson 2:57.95 +00.83
4th. Forrest Riesco 2:58.50 +01.38
5th. Samuel Thibault 2:58.72 +01.60



Elite Women


1st. Vaea Verbeeck 3:25.71
2nd. Georgia Astle 3:30.92 +05.21
3rd. Miranda Miller 3:36.85 +11.14
4th. Rachel Pageau 3:51.48 +25.77
5th. Kyleigh Stewart 4:00.01 +34.30




Junior Men


1st. Seth Sherlock 3:01.25
2nd. Elliot Jamieson 3:03.13 +1.88
3rd. Milton McConville 3:04.69 +3.44
4th. Lucas Cruz 3:05.63 +4.38
5th. Emmett Hancock 3:08.93 +7.69



Junior Women


1st. Madison Skrypnek 4:22.05
2nd. Bailey Goldstone 4:22.94 +0.89
3rd. Milton McConville 4:23.10 +1.05



Full results available here.



Colombia
DH Championships

20 June
Manizales - Caldas, Colombia



Elite Men


1st. Marcelo Gutierrez Villegas: 2:52.606
2nd. Rafael Gutierrez Villegas: +0.808
3rd. Steven Ceballos Otalvaro: +2.555
4th. John Sebastian Posada Colorado: +8.836
5th. Juan Alejandro Henao Grajales: +14.61



Elite Women


1st. Jineth Michel Berdugo Gutierrez: 3:36.029
2nd. Valentina Roa Sanchez: +13.765
3rd. Valentina Toro Taparcua: +21.686
4th. Maria Alejandra Salgado Jimenez: +26.993
5th. Anna Melissa Gallego Ruiz: +30.654


Full results available here.



Czech Republic
XCO Championships

20 July
Hlinsko, Czech Republic



Elite Men


1st. Ondrej Cink: 01:31:23
2nd. Martin Stosek: +35
3rd. Jan Skarnitzl: +01:01
4th. Jan Vastl: +01:27
5th. Marek Rauchfuss: +04:09



Elite Women


1st. Jitka Cabelicka: 01:27:46
2nd. Karla Stepanova: +02:40
3rd. Pavla Havlikova: +04:32
4th. Hana Jezkova: +06:33
5th. Jana Pichlikova: +08:13




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Matej Prudek: 01:37:13
2nd. Josef Jelinek: +01:53
3rd. David Zadak: +03:00
4th. David Bartek: +03:08
5th. Alvin Tomasek: +03:42



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Jana Czeczinkarova: 01:28:16
2nd. Tereza Saskova: +9
3rd. Tereza Tvaruzkova: +02:50
4th. Monika Kucerova: +06:54
5th. Lucie Krupova: OVL


Full results available here.





Denmark
XCO Championships

15 June
Næstved, Denmark



Elite Men


1st. Sebastian Fini Carstensen: 01:33:43.659
2nd. Simon Andreassen: +10.235
3rd. Benjamin Justesen: +05:11.419
4th. Alexander Young Andersen: +05:47.613
5th. Jonas Lindberg: +06:10.452



Elite Women


1st. Malene Degn: 01:38:17.025
2nd. Caroline Bohé: +22.866
3rd. Viktoria Smidth Knudsen: +04:3.637
4th. Ann-Dorthe Lisbygd: +06:31.994
5th. Kristine Holt: +10:49.575


Full results available here.




France
DH Championships

19 July
Alpe d'Huez



Elite Men


1st. Thibaut Daprela: 4:04.56
2nd. Rémi Thirion: +81
3rd. Baptiste Pierron: +1.2
4th. Thomas Estaque: +1.44
5th. Alexandre Fayolle: +2.16



Elite Women


1st. Marine Cabirou: 4:35.65
2nd. Mélanie Chappaz: +10.76
3rd. Nastasia Gimenez: +18.28
4th. Agnes Delest: +19.92
5th. Fiona Ourdouillie: +21.12


Full results available here.





XCO Championships

18 July
Alpe d'Huez



Elite Men


1st. Victor Koretzky: 01:29:47
2nd. Jordan Sarrou: +32
3rd. Titouan Carod: +54
4th. Thomas Griot: +01:21
5th. Stephane Tempier: +02:05



Elite Women


1st. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: 01:21:38
2nd. Lucie Urruty: +02:49
3rd. Julie Bresset: +03:28
4th. Loana Lecomte: +03:43
5th. Hélène Clauzel: +04:02




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Antoine Philipp: 01:22:30
2nd. Thomas Bonnet: +59
3rd. Loan Cheneval: +01:37
4th. Mathis Azzaro: +01:54
5th. Basile Allard: +02:05



Full results available here.





Germany
XCO Championships

22 June
Lohr, Germany



Elite Men


1st. Maximilian Brandl: 1:18:47.37
2nd. Ben Zwiehoff: +19.78
3rd. Markus Schulte-Lünzum: +30.57
4th. Manuel Fumic: +01:20.6
5th. MArtin Gluth: +02:1.39



Elite Women


1st. Elisabeth Brandau: 1:23:24.12
2nd. Antonia Daubermann: +01:30.2
3rd. Adelheid Morath: +03:2.76
4th. Felicitas Geiger: +04:42.75
5th. Hanna Klein: +07:6.38




Junior Men


1st. Simon Schneller: 1:09:33.11
2nd. Niklas Schehl: +21.61
3rd. Leon Reinhard Kaiser: +45.31
4th. David List: +01:14.86
5th. Vinzent Dorn: +01:43.11



Junior Women


1st. Ronja Eibl: 1:06:26.87
2nd. Nina Benz: +03:9.7
3rd. Kim Anika Ames: +04:37.4
4th. Franziska Koch: +05:20.3
5th. Lia Schrievers: +09:52.69


Full results available here.





Italy
DH Championships

22 June
Sestola MO, Italy



Elite Men


1st. Loris Revelli: 2:11.833
2nd. Davide Palazzari: +1.349
3rd. Francesco Colombo: +2.545
4th. Simone Medici: +3.322
5th. Johannes Von Klebelsberg: +3.776



Elite Women


1st. Eleonora Farina: 2:31.775
2nd. Alia Marcellini: +3.229
3rd. Veronika Widmann: +7.49
4th. Rosaria Fuccio: +19.68
5th. Lisa Gava: +20.573


Full results available here.





XCO Championships

20 July
Chies D'alpago, Belluno



Elite Men


1st. Gerhard Kerschbaumer: 01:15:55
2nd. Daniele Braidot: +54
3rd. Luca Braidot: +59
4th. Gioele Bertolini: +02:10
5th. Andrea Tiberi: +02:28



Elite Women


1st. Martina Berta: 01:15:19
2nd. Eva Lechner: +46
3rd. Chiara Teocchi: +02:13
4th. Serena Calvetti: +06:49
5th. Anna Oberparleiter: +09:09




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Gioele De Cosmo: 01:18:28
2nd. Alessio Agostinelli: +33
3rd. Simone Avondetto: +01:10
4th. Juri Zanotti: +01:36
5th. Edoardo Xillo: +03:42



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Giorgia Marchet: 01:18:31
2nd. Giada Specia: +02:53
3rd. Greta Seiwald: +05:55
4th. Angela Campanari: +07:15
5th. Francesca Saccu: +08:55


Full results available here.




Latvia
XCO Championships

21 July
Ikskile, Latvia



Elite Men


1st. Martin Blums: 1:24:08.5
2nd. Oskars Muiznieks: +06:55.5
3rd. Karlis Baltacis: +11:41.6
4th. Uldis Alitis: LAP
5th. Arturs Krasts: LAP



Elite Women


1st. Ingrida Smite: 1:12:53.2
2nd. Vija Frida: +41.6


Full results available here.




Mexico
XCO Championships

20 July
Hidalgo, Mexico



Elite Men


1st. Jose Gerardo Ulloa Arevalo: 1:31:48.4
2nd. Jaime Miranda: +03:30.1
3rd. Manuel Enrique Salas Chavez: +04:11.8
4th. José Aurelio Hernandez De Jesus: +04:45.3
5th. Rafael Escarcega Salazar: +07:19



Elite Women


1st. Daniela Campuzano Chavez Peon: 1:35:46.1
2nd. Monica Vega Torres: +11:31.4
3rd. Patricia Dolomi Vazquez Cervantes: +24:13.1




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Aontonie De Jesus Sandoval Jimenez: 1:39:20.7
2nd. Carlos Mac Pherson Arroyo: +43.6
3rd. Luis Fernando Escarcega Mendizabal: +01:14.6
4th. Angel Barron Lopez: +04:2.7
5th. Diego Alonso Simental Perez: +07:14.8



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Erika Monserrath Rodriguez Suarez: 1:48:27.5
2nd. Ana Ruth Clark Infante: +01:43.3
3rd. Fatima Anahi Hijar Marin: +04:46.9


Full results available here



Norway
DH Championships

21 July
Hafjell, Norway



Elite Men


1st. Brage Vestavik: 3:53.0
2nd. Grunde Kvålseth: +3.8
3rd. Simen Smestad: +4.4
4th. Gard Brovold: +23.9
5th. Atle Hagen Laakso: +26.4



Elite Women


1st. Hilde Sraedet: 4:29.2
2nd. Frida Helena Rønning: +13.7
3rd. Vera Leivsdottir: +27.2


Full results available here




XCO Championships

22 July
Son, Norway



Elite Men


1st. Erik Haegstad: 01:37:00
2nd. Eid Emil Hasund: +37
3rd. Eskil Evensen-Lie: +01:06
4th. Martin Emil Siggerud: +02:00
5th. Anders Halland Johannessen: +03:42



Elite Women


1st. Marit Sveen: 01:26:54
2nd. Elisabeth Sveum: +27
3rd. Sylvi Sommer: +03:02
4th. Sunniva Dring: +04:46
5th. Hildegunn Gjertrud Hovdenak: +06:50


Full results available here



Portugal
DH Championships

21 July
Agueda, Portugal



Elite Men


1st. José Borges: 3:19.014
2nd. Emanuel Pombo: +0.445
3rd. Francisco Pardal: +4.288
4th. Gonçalo Bandeira: +6.495
5th. Pedro Silva: +6.509



Elite Women


1st. Margarida Bandeira: 4:28.304
2nd. Ana Costa: +35.728
3rd. Ana Leite: +41.59


Full results available here




XCO Championships

20 July
Souto, Santa Maria, Portugal



Elite Men


1st. Ricardo Marinheiro: 01:31:56
2nd. David Rosa: +7
3rd. Mário Costa: +9
4th. Roberto Ferreira: +03:20
5th. Bruno Sancho: +04:57



Elite Women


1st. Raquel Queiros: 01:23:24
2nd. Joana Monteiro: +02:33
3rd. Melissa Maia: +04:10
4th. Marta Branco: +06:26
5th. Ilda Pereira: +07:06




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Joao Rocha: 01:21:37
2nd. Carlos Salgueiro: +42
3rd. Hélder Gonçalves: +01:51
4th. Rafael Rita: +02:49
5th. Filipe Francisco: +04:20



Full results available here.



Netherlands
XCO Championships

21 July
Sittard, Netherlands



Elite Men


1st. Milan Vader: 1:25:55.991
2nd. David Nordemann: +32.692
3rd. Hans Becking: +01:48.618
4th. Erik Groen: +04:48.713
5th. Kjell Van Den Boogert: +05:37.825



Elite Women


1st. Anne Tauber: 1:30:19.996
2nd. Annemarie Worst: +01:24.305
3rd. Sophie Von Berswodt: +03:30.013
4th. Lotte Koopmans: +03:49.387
5th. Marquerite De Neve: LAP




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Mick Van Dijke: 1:20:38.359
2nd. Jesse Bikker: +51.21
3rd. Marten Haitjema: +57.063
4th. Tim Van Dijke: +02:16.452
5th. Maik Van Der Heijden: +03:25.236



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado: 1:23:07.736
2nd. Aniek Van Alphen: +52.974
3rd. Hannah Van Boven: +02:54.335
4th. Romana Carfora: +06:17.559
5th. Didi De Vries: +07:10.832


Full results available here.





New Zealand
DH Championships

16 March
Rotorua, New Zealand



Elite Men


1st. Brook MacDonald: 2:45.380
2nd. Keegan Wright: +3.437
3rd. Ross Blake: +5.157
4th. Wyn Masters: +5.303
5th. Louis Hamilton: +5.41



Elite Women


1st. Kate Weatherly: 3:07.950
2nd. Shania Rawson: +16.503
3rd. Virginia Armstrong: +19.333
4th. Robin Goomes: +20.187
5th. Fiona Murray: +43.12


Full results available here





XCO Championships

16 March
Rotorua, New Zealand



Elite Men


1st. Anton Cooper: 01:20:30.780
2nd. Ben Oliver: +19.633
3rd. Samuel Shaw: +06:49.35
4th. Josh Burnett: +07:11.24
5th. Tim Rush: +07:49.443



Elite Women


1st. Samara Sheppard: 01:18:29.953
2nd. Kate McIlroy: +04:17.174
3rd. Jessica Manchester: +09:5.134


Full results available here





Russia
XCO Championships

9 June
Arkhyz, Russia



Elite Men


1st. Anton Sintsov: 01:40:11
2nd. Ivan Seledkov: +01:17
3rd. Sergey Nikolaev: +02:28
4th. Ivan Filatov: +03:08
5th. Evgenii Pechenin: +03:28



Elite Women


1st. Viktoria Kirsanova: 01:41:51
2nd. Vera Medvedeva: +02:01
3rd. Olga Terentyeva: +03:43
4th. Irina Kalentyeva: +04:28
5th. Kristina Ilina: +06:43


Full results available here.




Slovenian
Downhill Championships

22 June
Trbovlje, Slovenia



Elite Men


1st. Jure Zabjek: 3:11.121
2nd. Luca Berginc: +7.714
3rd. Miha Ivancic: +10.179
4th. Jan Cimperman: +12.429
5th. Zak Gomilscek: +13.48



Full results available here.




XCO Championships

23 June
Ravne na Koroskem, Slovenia



Elite Men


1st. Rok Naglic: 01:18:55
2nd. Gregor Dimic: +02:27
3rd. Matevz Govekar: +03:00
4th. Gregor Kranjnc: +05:01
5th. Miha Klemencic: +06:53



Elite Women


1st. Tanja Zakelj: 01:18:51
2nd. Vita Movrin: +13:33
3rd. Marusa Knap: LAP


Full results available here.



South Africa
XCO Championships

20 July
Gauteng, South Africa



Elite Men


1st. Alan Hatherly: 01:20:28
2nd. Jan Withaar: +59
3rd. Philip Buys: +01:03
4th. Arno Du Toit: +02:27
5th. Stuart Marais: +06:16



Elite Women


1st. Candice Lill: 01:16:32
2nd. Mariske Strauss: +48
3rd. Cherie Redecker: +05:57
4th. Sarah Hill: +08:16
5th. Amy McDougall: LAP




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Henry Liebenberg
2nd. Julian Jessop
3rd. Marco Joubert
4th. Wessel Botha
5th. Willie Van Eck



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Tiffany Keep
2nd. Danielle Strydom






Spain
DH Championships

21 July
Teror (Las Palmas), Spain



Elite Men


1st. Alex Marin: 1:53.86
2nd. Edgar Carballo Gonzalez: +2.59
3rd. Gabriel Yerat Vargas Hernandez: +3.5
4th. Iraitz Etxebarria: +3.99
5th. Adrian Gonzalez Grimau: +5.06



Elite Women


1st. Telma Torregrosa Sancho: 3:03.23
2nd. Victoria Piro Mastracchio: +16.1
3rd. Zoe Zamora: +16.51


Full results available here.




XCO Championships

19 July
Arguedas (Navarra), Spain



Elite Men


1st. David Valero Serrano: 01:28:28
2nd. Carlos Coloma Nicolas: +01:46
3rd. Sergio Mntecon Gutierrez: +04:14
4th. Victor Manuel Fernandez Grande: +05:42
5th. Francesc Guerra Carretero: +06:09



Elite Women


1st. Claudia Galicia Cortrina: 01:14:55
2nd. Maritxell Figueras Garangou: +36
3rd. Natalia Fischer Egusquiza: +04:45
4th. Noemi Moreno Castaneda: +06:14
5th. Maria Diaz Perina: +06:36




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Jofre Cullell Estape: 01:15:20
2nd. Josep Duran Reig: +01:07
3rd. David Domingo Campos Motos: +03:44
4th. Didac Carvacho Sevilla: +06:38
5th. Ignacio Blanco Marquez: +07:51



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Rocio Del Alba Garcia Martinez: 01:11:08
2nd. Blanca Valles Mejias: +10:56
3rd. Sara Gay Moreno: +12:31
4th. Sara Yusto Sanchez: +13:18
5th. Nuria Bosch Pico: +13:57


Full results available here.



Sweden
XCO Championships

20 July
Östersund, Sweden




Elite Men


1st. Matthias Wengelin: 1:28:45
2nd. Michael Olsson: +00:14
3rd. Emil Lindgren: +01:04
4th. Joel Burman: +01:20
5th. Vilgot Lindh: +01:37



Elite Women


1st. Jenny Rissveds: 1:22:28
2nd. Ida Jansson: +10:00
3rd. Linn Gustafzzon: +10:26
4th. Alina Johansson: +10:34
5th. Emma Belforth: +12:50




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Viktor Lindquist: 1:04:21
2nd. August Höglund: +00:12
3rd. André Eriksson: +00:27
4th. Samuel Örnborg: +00:40
5th. Oscar Lind: +00:51



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Alva Casserstedt: 1:04:40
2nd. Amanda Zachariasson: +00:32
3rd. Felicia Andersson: +01:07
4th. Ida Kristiansen: +09:53


Full results available here.




Switzerland
XCO Championships

2 June
Gränichen, Switzerland



Elite Men


1st. Nino Schurter: 1:32:12.7
2nd. Mathias Flueckiger: +01:08.8
3rd. Florian Vogel: +01:36.3
4th. Matthias Stirnemann: +02:02.6
5th. Andri Frischknect: +03:56.6



Elite Women


1st. Jolanda Neff: 1:33:00.2
2nd. Kathrin Stirnemann: +04:59.6
3rd. Ramona Forchini: +05:30.2
4th. Corina Gantenbein: +06:36.7
5th. Linda Indergand: +07:17.5




Junior Men (U23)


1st. Filippo Colombo: 1:22:14.8
2nd. Joel Roth: +33.6
3rd. Alexandre Balmer: +51
4th. Ursin Spescha: +01:29.2
5th. Fabio Püntener: +01:34.4



Junior Women (U23)


1st. Sina Frei: 1:17:57.7
2nd. Nicole Koller: +02:12
3rd. Lena Mettraux: +10:02.8
4th. Lara Krahemann: +10:29.5
5th. Seraina Leugger: +10:59.8


Full results available here.





United States
XCO Championships

28 July, Winter Park, Colorado



Elite Men


1st. Keegan Swenson: 1:50:26
2nd. Howard Grotts: 1:50:55
3rd. Russell Finsterwald: 1:52:08
4th. Alex Wild: 1:52:10
5th. Stephan Davoust: 1:53:07



Elite Women


1st. Chloe Woodruff: 1:47:01
2nd. Evelyn Dong: 1:48:17
3rd. Lea Davison: 1:48:58
4th. Haley Batten: 1:49:12
5th. Hannah Finchamp: 1:50:51




DH Championships

29 July, Winter Park, Colorado



Elite Men


1st. Neko Mulally: 5:01.42
2nd. Charlie Harrison: +2.95
3rd. Dakotah Norton: +3.05
4th. Bruce Klein: +3.61
5th. Nikolas Nestoroff: +7.91



Elite Women


1st. Jill Kintner: 5:47.75
2nd. Clare Hamilton: +4.57
3rd. Kialani Hines: +14.74
4th. Caroline Washam: +14.93
5th. Samantha Soriano: +16.71





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67 Comments

  • 39 4
 Cool to see Jenny Rissveds is getting back into her racing. It's one thing to come back from mental illness and still have a love for a particular sport or hobby, it's above and beyond to rediscover the passion to be as competitive as before it took hold. Well done Jenny, keep riding how you want to ride
  • 7 67
flag likeittacky (Jul 22, 2019 at 16:14) (Below Threshold)
 WTF!!!! Did i miss something regarding Jenny's departure from racing. That is a downright despicable thing to say!

The reason for Her departure was due to a tragic loss of Family members which in turn led to depression. To blatantly say something to that degree is pathatic and you are an imbecile!

Many people / cyclist have suffered from depression to label them "mentally ill" is careless.
  • 2 17
flag n1ck (Jul 22, 2019 at 16:48) (Below Threshold)
 @likeittacky: Insane in the membrane... insane in the brain! Get over it. Wink
  • 14 3
 @likeittacky: "According to the American Psychiatric Association, “Depression (major depressive disorder) is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act.” The APA uses both “disorder” and “illness” to describe it."

Sooo....it is in fact a mental illness. They were not careless and did no harm and in fact was congratulating Jenny. Stop trying to sound righteous.
  • 3 42
flag likeittacky (Jul 22, 2019 at 20:43) (Below Threshold)
 @n1ck: Would any of you say that to Her face, that she had a mental illness? I highly doubt it !

Get over what? Your Intolerance in what you deem to be ethically right; Not gonna happen!
  • 9 3
 @likeittacky: She, Jenny Rissveds, says in her own post "As you might know by now I’ve been trough a depression. When looking back with some distance between me and the disease...."

www.instagram.com/p/Bowjffmncsx

She calls it a disease. If a disease is not an illness than I do not know what is. I get it, you have these preconceived notions that something is bad, so you feel the need to scream at people that do it the "wrong" way according to you. But with that in mind, please stop trying to pat yourself on the back with this righteous crusade to defend Jenny when she herself would call depression a mental illness.
  • 4 17
flag CaliCol (Jul 22, 2019 at 21:36) (Below Threshold)
 i personally agree with likeittacky and think ROOTminus1 isbeing a bit melodramatic. For those of you defending "mentally ill" comment: I agree, again, with likeittacky, would you approach her and tell her "hey glad you came out of your mental illness and won!" Ianwilson815, you need to quit sounding so righteous. Taking a leave of absence due to loss of family members and becoming mentally ill are two completely different things. But, this is Pinkbike comments where the self righteous, PC, and just over all high and mighty fools prevail. I expect the flood of PC, defending-the-ass-clown-comment counter comments. Always fun to read.
  • 4 3
 @likeittacky:Look how everyone loves your wonderful comments. I should have said get over yourself. Wink
  • 3 30
flag likeittacky (Jul 22, 2019 at 23:36) (Below Threshold)
 @ianswilson815: "According to the American Psychiatric Association,") well their you have it; believe only what people in lab coats tell you.

Have you ever lost anyone you love or a pet? Gone through a type of separation left feeling lonely? These events can trigger depression thus leaving people vulnerable. The A.P.A .want to prescribe to those suffering, drugs and help,(BIG-$$$) but in order to do so it has to be categorized as a disorder.

There are vitamin and mineral deficiencies that can cause depression; with that, training at the elite level while dealing with such a loss would make it difficult to maintain a vitamin rich diet that is needed. Intensity workouts devour those nutrients rapidly. Therefore making such a diagnoses of mental illness is utterly stupid!
To add, the Swedish Cycling Federation did not help J.R. one bit during her suffering.
Rissveds addressed her issues with the Swedish Cycling Federation in an August 2017 Instagram post, writing, “This has been an ongoing thing since February last year when my name got sold and contracts were unluckily signed above my head. I don’t wanna hang out anybody or throw shit on anybody, that’s not who I am. I’m the last one in this war who should excuse myself or apologize, but however I wanna apologize in advance to you who actually are innocent, but will get in trouble because of politics, people who are weak and people who are too proud to swallow their pride."

cyclingtips.com/2018/02/olympic-mtb-champ-jenny-rissveds-ends-contract-address-mental-health

Its obvious that we are all pleased to have Jenny back and Healthy.
  • 15 0
 I'm impressed at how close Sian A'Hern came to Tracey Hannah. 0.5 seconds off the top spot. I'll be eager to watch to see if she can become a top 10 rider on the WC circuit.
  • 11 0
 holy moly that's long and Marcelo beat Rafa by .8 for the sleeve. boy thats close!
  • 5 0
 Rafa crashed too crazy close racing.
  • 14 3
 Just came here to rant about Brazil. 2nd place on XCO World Cup and XCM World Champs: mentions ZERO.
  • 11 1
 At least your continent was part of the list. Nobody seems to care about that part of the world where more than half the population of the planet lives.
  • 10 1
 Brazil - 21 july - Mairipora SP
Downhill Elite Men

1º - Gabriel Giovanini 2:33.249
2º - Roger Vieira +1.5
3º - Bernardo Cruz +4.2
4º - Wallace Miranda +4.3
5º - Mauricio Cirne +7.9
  • 1 0
 Bom lembrar eles viniadhv????????????????
  • 6 0
 Early takes: As a group, the Colombians have the best names. In not-my-country name recognition the Swiss XCOs take it for me with top men and women winning and a certain Andri Frischknect in 5th. Is that Thomas Frishcknect's son?
  • 3 0
 Yes, it's Thomas Frischknecht's son
  • 10 0
 Rissveds won by 10 minutes! Great to see her back up to speed.
  • 1 0
 Yes, she looked strong. The race wasn't to exciting to watch, she pulled away from the very start. Could have been a top 5-10 in the wc according to the post-race interview.
  • 10 0
 Thought Louis Hamilton was Brittish and didn't have to pedal?
  • 5 0
 man got bills to pay.
  • 8 0
 The Denim Destroyer only got 5th? Gaaahhh!
  • 8 0
 Woop, finally made it into a Pinkbike article, I can retire happy now
  • 5 1
 Hmm... the top 3 frenchies in the world cup chase are conspicuously absent from the results sheet. Apparently Bruni, Vergier, and Pierron had better things to do last weekend.
  • 7 0
 They opted to sit it out.
  • 7 1
 What the hell are Norwegians drinking on the podium? Milk?
  • 88 1
 We are still super grateful to have gotten our cows back from the Nazis
  • 2 1
 Crazy thought: maybe its tradition.
  • 2 0
 @reborn10speeder: Cool tradition, can you tell us more?
  • 2 1
 @sergeyeremin: I'm sorry, but I don't know the actual reason.
  • 10 5
 We had the Brazilian National Championship (XCO/XCM/DH) covered by TV and not even a single mention here
  • 8 14
flag lalientoxc (Jul 22, 2019 at 11:02) (Below Threshold)
 That’s why y’all got on tv so you wouldn’t be crying ab it because it didn’t make it on pinkbike
  • 7 2
 Can you please make a separate article on XC next time, please? And the compare the views on the two? Thanks! Wink
  • 1 0
 ^^ this!
It would save us some time...
  • 4 0
 Jacob Dickson took the Irish Champs. I think That makes Giant the only team with two male national champs?
  • 2 0
 Commencal won men's elites and juniors but the junior ( Thibaut Daprela) seems to be the national champ as he had a faster time.
  • 1 0
 Switzerland has the most elite women racing dh at wc level and many elite men,incredible tracks but no Swiss series ( hot trails are trying to create a series ) it’s just all about the xc haha sorry but dh in Switzerland is a joke national champs at the end of the year at a crap venue.... wierhorn!!!!! rant over ????
  • 1 0
 @PinkBike .... where are the South African Downhill results? They were posted in your Page the week of the event.

www.pinkbike.com/news/2019-south-african-downhill-championships-afriski-mountain-resort.html
  • 4 0
 Cool round up!
  • 3 0
 Jose Borges has won DH with his enduro!
  • 1 0
 as well as majorly contributing to the foundations of modern science fiction. impressive.
  • 2 0
 Jenny Rissveds won Swedish nationals by TEN MINUTES. She's not messin' around...
  • 2 1
 Thank you for this! I have been trying to find all of the XCO results for a while now.
  • 2 1
 that is some excellent coverage. dang! so much racing happening out there in the world!
  • 2 0
 Ever been a husband/wife national championship pairing before?
  • 2 0
 Why not posting the Enduro National Champions?
  • 1 0
 Jill Kintner for World Cup DH.

(jk I know she has no interest in that, which is totally her decision.)
  • 6 4
 Where is Ukraine?
  • 94 1
 Between Russia and the Black Sea.
  • 4 2
 @vapidoscar: possibly best comment ever
  • 2 3
 That’s what I’m saying where tf is that lol
  • 1 0
 Let's add Poland XCO results please!!!
  • 1 0
 This article is a million miles too long!
Ever heard of a list?
  • 1 1
 Mexico is the only one with no pics, what a gyp.
  • 2 2
 um, who cares about xc? its hard to read with those results too
  • 1 0
 Gutierrez ftw!
  • 1 0
 Last, first.
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