Congratulations to Yu Shoji taking home the rainbow jersey to Japan with a huge win here at the UCI World Championship here in Glasgow, Scotland! Yu was followed on the podium by Kio Hayakawa and Matthias Dandois. Amazing level in the final, with everyone throwing down for the title.
Congratulations to Kio Hayakawa and Aude Cassagne take the top spot in the Men’s and Elite class at the UCI World Championships here in Glasgow, Scotland. Top eight make finals in both classes.
What a final! The rain thankfully cleared, Yu Shoji took the top spot today in an epic final, followed on the podium by Kio Hayakawa and Jean William Prevost. Buzzing off the energy this crowd creates here in Montpellier, France. Congratulations to Yu, Kio and Dub.Watch the finals here:
We are battling the elements here in Montpellier. Pro semis just went down, with Kio Hayakawa and Jean William Prevost both throwing heavy flawless runs. The level was fitting of a final!!
Aude Cassagne took the top spot in Women’s qualifying, and Gabin Jumelin had an amazing run to take top spot in Expert qualifying.
Kio Hayakawa takes the top spot in the first qualifying competition here at Fiseworld UCI World Cup in Montpellier, France. Top 16 make semi finals, the event started yesterday and had to stop due to rain stopping the event being able to run.
We finished qualifying at 9am this morning, with the last group of eight riders. Props to all the riders getting it done in difficult conditions. Semis later on today, let’s hope the rain stays away.
Massive congratulations to Jean William Prevost winner of the 2022 Red Bull Circle of Balance. Followed by Yu Katagiri and Kio Hayakawa. What an event!!!! Wow!!!!
More coverage to follow over the next week…
Catching up on a whole load of updates to start the week, as we start a busy week here on Flatmattersonline! Peep this Open highlights from the recent Chimera A-side contest, the level of riding in this final battles was so intense!!!
Top 3 Highlights from the UCI Worlds in the Mens Elite class, with amazing riding from Kio Hayakawa, Masato Ito and the winner Moto Sasaki. Thanks j-ro for the heads up on this one in the comments section.
What a great week it has been out here in Abu Dhabi, for the UCI World Championships, As any of you already know, the humidity/condensation in the evening delaying the schedule on Thursday. This made Friday an action packed day with Mens Elite semi finals 12 riders down to 8, Women’s Elite finals with the final 4 females, followed by Mens Elite finals.
What a day! Congratulations to Moto Sasaki throwing down a flawless run under so much contest pressure. Moto was followed on the podium by Misato Ito who also had a no touch run and Kio Hayakawa in third.
Japan domination here at the UCI World Championships in Abu Dhabi. That’s got to go down as one of the best finals ever!!