2011 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

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2011 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
Date(s)  (2011-04 - 2011-08)April – August 2011
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The 2011 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup includes three disciplines: cross-country, downhill and four-cross.

Cross-country[edit]

Date Venue Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
24 April 2011 South Africa Pietermaritzburg Gold medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Gold medal icon.svg China Ren Chengyuan
Silver medal icon.svg France Julien Absalon Silver medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Bronze medal icon.svg Russia Irina Kalentieva
22 May 2011 United Kingdom Dalby Forest Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Silver medal icon.svg France Julien Absalon Silver medal icon.svg Denmark Annika Langvad
Bronze medal icon.svg Italy Marco Aurelio Fontana Bronze medal icon.svg Germany Sabine Spitz
29 May 2011 Germany Offenburg Gold medal icon.svg France Julien Absalon Gold medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Silver medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Silver medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Bronze medal icon.svg France Maxime Marotte Bronze medal icon.svg Italy Eva Lechner
2 July 2011 Canada Mont-Sainte-Anne Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg Russia Irina Kalentieva
Bronze medal icon.svg Spain José Antonio Hermida Ramos Bronze medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
10 July 2011 United States Windham Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Bronze medal icon.svg Switzerland Christoph Sauser Bronze medal icon.svg Denmark Annika Langvad
14 August 2011 Czech Republic Nové Město na Moravě Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Bronze medal icon.svg France Julien Absalon Bronze medal icon.svg Russia Irina Kalentieva
21 August 2011 Italy Val di Sole Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg Poland Maja Włoszczowska
Bronze medal icon.svg Switzerland Florian Vogel Bronze medal icon.svg Norway Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjaa
Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Cross Country Championship
Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavy Gold medal icon.svg France Julie Bresset
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg Canada Catharine Pendrel
Bronze medal icon.svg France Julien Absalon Bronze medal icon.svg Russia Irina Kalentieva

Downhill[edit]

Date Venue Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
24 April 2011 South Africa Pietermaritzburg Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
Silver medal icon.svg South Africa Greg Minnaar Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Fionn Griffiths
Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Gee Atherton Bronze medal icon.svg France Emmeline Ragot
5 June 2011 United Kingdom Fort William Gold medal icon.svg South Africa Greg Minnaar Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Danny Hart Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton
Bronze medal icon.svg New Zealand Brook MacDonald Bronze medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
12 June 2011 Austria Leogang Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Gee Atherton Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton
Bronze medal icon.svg South Africa Greg Minnaar Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
3 July 2011 Canada Mont Sainte Anne Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Josh Bryceland Silver medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Bronze medal icon.svg New Zealand Brook MacDonald Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton
10 July 2011 United States Windham Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Steve Peat Silver medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Bronze medal icon.svg South Africa Andrew Neethling Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
7 August 2011 France La Bresse Gold medal icon.svg South Africa Greg Minnaar Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Gee Atherton Silver medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Bronze medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Bronze medal icon.svg France Sabrina Jonnier
21 August 2011 Italy Val di Sole Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg France Myriam Nicole
Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Danny Hart Silver medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Gee Atherton Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton
Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Downhill Championship
Gold medal icon.svg United States Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg United Kingdom Tracy Moseley
Silver medal icon.svg South Africa Greg Minnaar Silver medal icon.svg France Floriane Pugin
Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Gee Atherton Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Rachel Atherton

Four-Cross[edit]

Date Venue Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
23 April 2011 South Africa Pietermaritzburg Gold medal icon.svg Australia Jared Graves Gold medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
Silver medal icon.svg Czech Republic Michal Prokop Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Fionn Griffiths
Bronze medal icon.svg Germany Johannes Fischbach Bronze medal icon.svg France Céline Gros
4 June 2011 United Kingdom Fort William Gold medal icon.svg Switzerland Roger Rinderknecht Gold medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland David Graf Silver medal icon.svg United Kingdom Joey Gough
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Tomas Slavik Bronze medal icon.svg Switzerland Lucia Oetjen
11 June 2011 Austria Leogang Gold medal icon.svg Australia Jared Graves Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Romana Labounkova
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland David Graf Silver medal icon.svg United States Melissa Buhl
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Tomas Slavik Bronze medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
2 July 2011 Canada Mont Sainte Anne Gold medal icon.svg Australia Jared Graves Gold medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Roger Rinderknecht Silver medal icon.svg United States Melissa Buhl
Bronze medal icon.svg Germany Guido Tschugg Bronze medal icon.svg United Kingdom Fionn Griffiths
21 August 2011 Italy Val di Sole Gold medal icon.svg Czech Republic Tomas Slavik Gold medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
Silver medal icon.svg Germany Johannes Fischbach Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Lucia Oetjen
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Kamil Tatarkovic Bronze medal icon.svg United States Melissa Buhl
Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Four-Cross Championship
Gold medal icon.svg Australia Jared Graves Gold medal icon.svg Netherlands Anneke Beerten
Silver medal icon.svg Switzerland Roger Rinderknecht Silver medal icon.svg United States Melissa Buhl
Bronze medal icon.svg Czech Republic Tomas Slavik Bronze medal icon.svg Switzerland Lucia Oetjen

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