2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

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2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
Date(s) (2015-04 - 2015-08)April – August 2015
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The 2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup included two disciplines: Olympic Cross-Country (XCO) and Downhill (DHI).[1]

The overall World Cup titles in cross-country were won by Nino Schurter and Jolanda Neff. The downhill titles were won by Aaron Gwin and Rachel Atherton. The junior men's downhill title was won by Laurie Greenland.

Cross-country[edit]

Elite[edit]

Date Venue Podium (Men) Podium (Women)
24 May Czech Republic Nové Město na Moravě[2][3] Gold medal icon.svg   Czech Republic   Jaroslav Kulhavý Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Jolanda Neff
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg   Norway   Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå
Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Julien Absalon Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
31 May Germany Albstadt[4][5] Gold medal icon.svg   France   Julien Absalon Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Jolanda Neff
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg   Norway   Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå
Bronze medal icon.svg   Czech Republic   Jaroslav Kulhavý Bronze medal icon.svg   Canada   Catharine Pendrel
5 July Switzerland Lenzerheide[6][7] Gold medal icon.svg   Czech Republic   Jaroslav Kulhavý Gold medal icon.svg   Norway   Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Silver medal icon.svg   United States   Lea Davison
Bronze medal icon.svg   Czech Republic   Ondřej Cink Bronze medal icon.svg   Canada   Catharine Pendrel
2 August Canada Mont-Sainte-Anne[8][9] Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Jolanda Neff
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Julien Absalon Silver medal icon.svg   Canada   Catharine Pendrel
Bronze medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Florian Vogel Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
9 August United States Windham[10][11] Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Gold medal icon.svg   France   Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Julien Absalon Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Jolanda Neff
Bronze medal icon.svg   Germany   Manuel Fumic Bronze medal icon.svg   Denmark   Annika Langvad
23 August Italy Val di Sole Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Nino Schurter Gold medal icon.svg   Denmark   Annika Langvad
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Julien Absalon Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland   Jolanda Neff
Bronze medal icon.svg   Switzerland Florian Vogel Bronze medal icon.svg   Russia Irina Kalentieva

Downhill[edit]

Date Venue Podium (Men) Podium (Women) Podium (Juniors)
12 April 2015 France Lourdes [12] Gold medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg   France   Emelline Ragot Gold medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Loïc Bruni Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Michael Jones Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Myriam Nicole Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Jackson Frew
7 June 2015 United Kingdom Fort William [13] Gold medal icon.svg   South Africa   Greg Minnaar Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Silver medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Tahnee Seagrave Silver medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Bronze medal icon.svg   Colombia   Marcelo Gutierrez Villegas Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Emmeline Ragot Bronze medal icon.svg   Belgium   Martin Maes
14 June 2015 Austria Leogang [14] Gold medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Silver medal icon.svg   Australia   Connor Fearon Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Tahnee Seagrave Silver medal icon.svg   Republic of Ireland   Jacob Dickson
Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Remi Thirion Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Emmeline Ragot Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
5 July 2015 Switzerland Lenzerheide [15] Gold medal icon.svg   South Africa   Greg Minnaar Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Loïc Bruni Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Manon Carpenter Silver medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Dean Lucas Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Tracey Hannah Bronze medal icon.svg   Spain   Alex Marin Trillo
1 August 2015 Canada Mont-Sainte-Anne [16] Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Josh Bryceland Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Loïc Bruni Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Manon Carpenter Silver medal icon.svg   Spain   Alex Marin Trillo
Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Troy Brosnan Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Myriam Nicole Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
8 August 2015 United States Windham [17] Gold medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Silver medal icon.svg   South Africa   Greg Minnaar Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Manon Carpenter Silver medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Bronze medal icon.svg   France   Loris Vergier Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Tahnee Seagrave Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Neil Stewart
22 August 2015 Italy Val di Sole [18] Gold medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   Italy   Loris Revelli
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Loïc Bruni Silver medal icon.svg   France   Myriam Nicole Silver medal icon.svg   Republic of Ireland   Jacob Dickson
Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Troy Brosnan Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Manon Carpenter Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Podium (Men) Podium (Women) Podium (Juniors)
Final Standings UCI World Cup
Downhill Championship
Gold medal icon.svg   United States   Aaron Gwin Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Rachel Atherton Gold medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Laurie Greenland
Silver medal icon.svg   France   Loïc Bruni Silver medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Manon Carpenter Silver medal icon.svg   Australia   Andrew Crimmins
Bronze medal icon.svg   Australia   Troy Brosnan Bronze medal icon.svg   United Kingdom   Tahnee Seagrave Bronze medal icon.svg   Republic of Ireland   Jacob Dickson

Series Classification[edit]

Men's[edit]

CROSS-COUNTRY - ELITE
Pos Rider Points
1. Switzerland Nino Schurter 850
2. Czech Republic Jaroslav Kulhavý 740
3. France Julien Absalon 710
4. Switzerland Mathias Flückiger 560
5. Switzerland Florian Vogel 524
6. Germany Manuel Fumic 450
7. Switzerland Ralph Näf 420
8. Czech Republic Ondrej Cink 392
9. France Maxime Marotte 374
10. Italy Andrea Tiberi 355
DOWNHILL - Senior
Pos Athletes Points
1. United States Aaron Gwin 1329
2. France Loïc Bruni 1059
3. Australia Troy Brosnan 1013
4. South Africa Greg Minnaar 1006
5. United Kingdom Josh Bryceland 836
6. United Kingdom Gee Atherton 760
7. United Kingdom Danny Hart 624
8. Colombia Marcelo Gutierrez Villegas 604
9. New Zealand Samuel Blenkinsop 546
10. New Zealand Brook McDonald 542
DOWNHILL - Junior
Pos Athletes Points
1. United Kingdom Laurie Greenland 320
2. Australia Andrew Crimmins 245
3. Republic of Ireland Jacob Dickson 168
4. Spain Alex Marin Trillo 144
5. Italy Loris Revelli 141
6. United Kingdom Neil Stewart 112
7. France Thibault Laly 113
8. Australia Jackson Frew 90
9. United States Charlie Harrison 70
10. Belgium Martin Maes 60

Women's[edit]

CROSS-COUNTRY - ELITE
Pos Rider Points
1. Switzerland Jolanda Neff 900
2. Norway Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå 790
3. Canada Catharine Pendrel 670
4. United States Lea Davison 550
5. Canada Emily Batty 505
6. Russia Irina Kalentieva 500
7. Poland Maja Włoszczowska 460
8. Germany Helen Grobert 381
9. Italy Eva Lechner 344
10. France Pauline Ferrand-Prévot 320
DOWNHILL
Pos Athletes Points
1. United Kingdom Rachel Atherton 1660
2. United Kingdom Manon Carpenter 1079
3. United Kingdom Tahnee Seagrave 986
4. Australia Tracey Hannah 907
5. France Emmeline Ragot 785
6. France Myriam Nicole 670
7. France Morgane Charre 642
8. Canada Casey Brown 536
9. Switzerland Emelie Siegenthaler 521
10. United Kingdom Katy Curd 489

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup calendar published". Retrieved 26 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Results - Men Elite UCI World Cup #1 - Nové Mesto na Morave (CZE/CDM) Cross Country". Archived from the original on 29 June 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Results - Women Elite UCI World Cup #1 - Nové Mesto na Morave (CZE/CDM) Cross Country". Archived from the original on 28 June 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2015.
  4. ^ "Results - Men Elite UCI World Cup #2 - Albstadt (GER/CDM) Cross Country". Archived from the original on 27 June 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2015.
  5. ^ "Results - Women Elite UCI World Cup #2 - Albstadt (GER/CDM) Cross Country". Archived from the original on 28 June 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2015.
  6. ^ "Results - Men Elite UCI World Cup #3 - Lenzerheide (SUI/CDM) Cross Country". Retrieved 29 July 2015.[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ "Results - Women Elite UCI World Cup #3 - Lenzerheide (SUI/CDM) Cross Country". Archived from the original on 28 August 2015. Retrieved 29 July 2015.
  8. ^ "Results - Men Elite UCI World Cup #4 - Mont Sainte Anne (CAN/CDM) Cross Country". Retrieved 3 August 2015.[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ "Results - Women Elite UCI World Cup #4 - Mont Sainte Anne (CAN/CDM) Cross Country". Retrieved 3 August 2015.[permanent dead link]
  10. ^ "Results - Men Elite UCI World Cup #5 - Windham, NY (USA/CDM) Cross Country". Retrieved 10 August 2015.[permanent dead link]
  11. ^ "Results - Women Elite UCI World Cup #5 - Windham, NY (USA/CDM) Cross Country". Retrieved 10 August 2015.[permanent dead link]
  12. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Lourdes - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 12 April 2015.
  13. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Fort William - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 7 June 2015.
  14. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Leogang - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 14 June 2015.
  15. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Lenzerheide - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 5 July 2015.
  16. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Mont Sainte Anne - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
  17. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Windham - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 8 August 2015.
  18. ^ "2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Val di Sole - Final Results". International Cycling Union. Retrieved 22 August 2015.

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