World Cup: Carod wins XCO; Brazil is bronze in the Sub 23

Gustavo Xavier took third place in the Sub 23 cross county dispute; in the Elite, Avancini was 35th and Raiza Goulão was 32nd

Titouan Carod ends the Cup with two straight victories in Val di Sole

From Bikemagazine
Publicity photos/UCI

Val di Sole, in Italy, hosted this Sunday (September 4) the final stage of the MTB World Cup of the 2022 season. In the Men’s Elite, Frenchman Titouan Carod (BMC) won the Olympic cross country dispute (XCO) after winning, on Friday, the short track (XCC).

The last day of the 2022 World Cup had a Brazilian on the podium. Gustavo Xavier, in the under 23 category, took third place in the XCO dispute, behind Chilean Martin Vidaurre and Spain’s David Campos.

In the Elite, Henrique Avancini (Cannondale Factory Racing) finished 35th, Ulan Galinski (Caloi Henrique Avancini Racing) was 48th, Guilherme Muller 64th and Luiz Cocuzzi (Sense Factory Racing) 66th. In the women’s, Raiza Goulão was the 32nd. In the Under 23, Alex Malacarne was 29th.

The winner Pauline Ferrand Prevot

In the Women’s Elite, fellow Frenchwoman Pauline Ferrand Prevot, Carod’s teammate and current XCC and XCO world champion, was the winner, with Loana Lecomte in second and Jolanda Neff in third. She had also cashed in the short track on Friday.

The Swiss and ten-time world champion Nino Schurter (Scott Sram) finished the stage in second place and Jordan Sarrou (Specialized) was third. Schurter confirmed the title of champion of the World Cup general classification for the eighth time in his career. Switzerland also took the Women’s Elite title with Alessandra Keller.

complete results in official website of the stage

MTB World Cup will have 15 stages and enduro in 2023

March 26th and 27th – Lourdes, France (DH)
April 8-10 – Petrópolis, Brazil (XCO/XCC)
May 6-8 – Albstadt, Germany (XCO/XCC)
May 13-15 – Nove Mesto, Czech Republic (XCO/XCC)
May 21st and 22nd – Fort William, United Kingdom (DH)
June 10-12 – Leogang, Austria (DH/XCO/XCC)
July 8-10 – Lenzerheide, Switzerland (DH/XCO/XCC)
July 15th to 17th – Vallnord, Andorra (DH/XCO/XCC)
July 29-31 – Snowshoe, USA (DH/XCO/XCC)
August 5th to 7th – Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada (DH/XCO/XCC)
2nd to 4th of september – Val di Sole, Italy (DH/XCO/XCC)

MTB World Cup at Bikemagazine

The article is in Portuguese


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