2001 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships
|Host city||Vail, CO, United States|
|Date(s)||12–16 September 2001|
The 2001 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships were held in Vail, Colorado, United States from 12 to 16 September 2001. The disciplines included were cross-country, downhill, dual, and trials.
The event was the 12th edition of the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships and the 16th edition of the UCI Trials World Championships. It was the second time the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships had been held in Vail, the first having been in 1994. It was also the third time the championships had been held in Colorado, as the inaugural UCI Mountain Bike World Championships had been held in Durango in 1990.
|Cross-country||Roland Green (CAN)||Thomas Frischknecht (SUI)||Christophe Sauser (SUI)|
|Under 23 cross-country||Julien Absalon (FRA)||Ryder Hesjedal (CAN)||Walker Ferguson (USA)|
|Junior cross-country||Inaki Lejarreta Errasti (ESP)||Lars Petter Nordhaug (NOR)||Trent Lowe (AUS)|
|Downhill||Nicolas Vouilloz (FRA)||Steve Peat (GBR)||Greg Minnaar (RSA)|
|Junior downhill||Ben Cory (AUS)||Julien Camellini (FRA)||Sam Hill (AUS)|
|Dual||Brian Lopes (USA)||Cédric Gracia (FRA)||Wade Bootes (AUS)|
|Trials, 20 inch||Rafal Kumorowski (POL)||Marco Hösel (GER)||Benito Ros Charral (ESP)|
|Trials, 26 inch||Marc Caisso (FRA)||Daniel Comas (ESP)||Bruno Arnold (FRA)|
|Junior trials, 20 inch||Kenny Belaey (BEL)||Simon Billmaier (GER)||Stefan Moor (SUI)|
|Junior trials, 26 inch||Vincent Hermance (FRA)||Thomas Ohler (AUT)||Kenny Belaey (BEL)|
|Cross-country||Alison Dunlap (USA)||Alison Sydor (CAN)||Sabine Spitz (GER)|
|Junior cross-country||Nicole Cooke (GBR)||Maja Włoszczowska (POL)||Julie Pesenti (FRA)|
|Downhill||Anne-Caroline Chausson (FRA)||Fionn Griffiths (GBR)||Leigh Donovan (USA)|
|Junior downhill||Mio Suemasa (JPN)||Céline Gros (FRA)||Helen Gaskell (GBR)|
|Dual||Anne-Caroline Chausson (FRA)||Katrina Miller (AUS)||Tara Llannes (USA)|
|Trials||Karin Moor (SUI)||Floriane Combe (FRA)||Céline Walther (FRA)|
José Antonio Hermida
|Trials, 20 inch|| Spain
|Trials, 26 inch|| France
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