2001 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

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2001 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
Date(s)  (2001-04 - 2001-08)April – August 2001
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The 2001 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup included four disciplines: cross-country, cross-country time-trial, downhill, and dual-slalom. It was sponsored by Tissot.

The cross-country, downhill and dual-slalom events on 7 and 8 July were originally scheduled to be held at Whistler, but were moved to Grouse Mountain.

Cross country[edit]

Date Venue Winner (Men) Winner (Women)
8 April 2001 United States Napa Valley Spain José Antonio Hermida Switzerland Barbara Blatter
13 May 2001 Italy Sarntal France Miguel Martinez Spain Margarita Fullana
20 May 2001 Belgium Houffalize Canada Roland Green Spain Margarita Fullana
8 July 2001 Canada Grouse Mountain Switzerland Christoph Sauser Switzerland Barbara Blatter
15 July 2001 United States Durango France Julien Absalon Australia Mary Grigson
5 August 2001 Switzerland Leysin France Miguel Martinez France Laurence Leboucher
12 August 2001 Austria Kaprun Switzerland Thomas Frischknecht Spain Margarita Fullana
26 August 2001 Canada Mont Sainte-Anne Canada Roland Green Canada Chrissy Redden
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Cross Country Championship
Gold medal icon.svg   Canada Roland Green Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Barbara Blatter
Silver medal icon.svg   Spain José Antonio Hermida Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom Caroline Alexander
Bronze medal icon.svg   France Miguel Martinez Bronze medal icon.svg   Spain Margarita Fullana

Cross-country time-trial[edit]

Date Venue Winner (Men) Winner (Women)
7 April 2001 United States Napa Valley Italy Marco Bui Canada Chrissy Redden
12 May 2001 Italy Sarntal France Miguel Martinez Spain Margarita Fullana
19 May 2001 Belgium Houffalize Italy Marco Bui Spain Margarita Fullana
4 August 2001 Switzerland Leysin France Julien Absalon Spain Margarita Fullana
11 August 2001 Austria Kaprun cancelled due to rain
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Cross Country Time-Trial Championship
Gold medal icon.svg   Italy Marco Bui Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Barbara Blatter
Silver medal icon.svg   Canada Roland Green Silver medal icon.svg   Italy Annabella Stropparo
Bronze medal icon.svg   Denmark Michael Rasmussen Bronze medal icon.svg   Spain Margarita Fullana

Downhill[edit]

Date Venue Winner (Men) Winner (Women)
10 June 2001 Slovenia Maribor United Kingdom Steve Peat France Anne-Caroline Chausson
17 June 2001 France Vars United Kingdom Steve Peat France Anne-Caroline Chausson
8 July 2001 Canada Grouse Mountain France Fabien Barel France Anne-Caroline Chausson
15 July 2001 United States Durango France Mickael Pascal France Anne-Caroline Chausson
29 July 2001 Japan Arai France Nicolas Vouilloz France Anne-Caroline Chausson
5 August 2001 Switzerland Leysin France Mickael Pascal Finland Katja Repo
12 August 2001 Austria Kaprun South Africa Greg Minnaar France Anne-Caroline Chausson
26 August 2001 Canada Mont Sainte-Anne Australia Chris Kovarik France Sabrina Jonnier
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Downhill Championship
Gold medal icon.svg   South Africa Greg Minnaar Gold medal icon.svg   France Anne-Caroline Chausson
Silver medal icon.svg   France Nicolas Vouilloz Silver medal icon.svg   United States Missy Giove
Bronze medal icon.svg   France Mickael Pascal Bronze medal icon.svg   France Sabrina Jonnier

Dual-slalom[edit]

Date Venue Winner (Men) Winner (Women)
9 June 2001 Slovenia Maribor United States Brian Lopes France Anne-Caroline Chausson
16 June 2001 France Vars cancelled due to rain
7 July 2001 Canada Grouse Mountain United States Brian Lopes United States Leigh Donovan
14 July 2001 United States Durango United States Brian Lopes United States Leigh Donovan
28 July 2001 Japan Arai Australia Wade Bootes United States Leigh Donovan
4 August 2001 Switzerland Leysin United States Brian Lopes Australia Katrina Miller
11 August 2001 Austria Kaprun United States Brian Lopes Australia Katrina Miller
25 August 2001 Canada Mont Sainte-Anne United States Eric Carter United States Leigh Donovan
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Dual-Slalom Championship
Gold medal icon.svg   United States Brian Lopes Gold medal icon.svg   United States Leigh Donovan
Silver medal icon.svg   United States Eric Carter Silver medal icon.svg   Australia Katrina Miller
Bronze medal icon.svg   Switzerland Mickael Deldycke Bronze medal icon.svg   United States Tara Llanes

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