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Long & Post podium at UCI Worlds

Filed under General on May 31, 2016 | Comment(s)

Two bronzes for USA at BMX Worlds on Sunday 

Medellin, Colombia (May 29, 2016) –After a pair of fourth-place finishes in the Time Trial Super Final on Saturday, Alise Post (St. Cloud, Minn./Redline USA) and Nic Long (Lakeside, Calif./Haro Bikes/Dans Comp) raced to bronze medals in the Supercross Final at the UCI BMX Supercross World Championships on Sunday.  

After fellow American Felicia Stancil (Lake Villa, Ill./GT Bicycles) was eliminated in the semifinals, Post was the lone USA rider in the women’s main. Mariana Pajon (COL) won the world title on her home track with Caroline Buchanan coming in second and a hard-charging Post in third about a second ahead of fourth-place finisher Manon Valentino (FRA).

Like Post, Nic Long (Lakeside, Calif./Haro Bikes/Dans Comp) was the only rider donning the red, white and blue in the final round. Corben Sharrah (Tucson, Ariz./Daylight Cycle CO)  made it as far as the semifinals. In the main event, Joris Daudet (FRA) claimed the gold medal in a head-to-head finish with silver medalist Niek Kimmann (NED). Long crossed the finish less than two seconds later for the final spot on the podium. 

The weekend also resulted in a pair of fourth-place finishes for Post and Long in the Time Trial Super Final. In addition, American amateur racers earned 19 medals in the World Challenge which took place earlier in the week.

 


 

Finish   Rank   Plate   Name UCI Code TIME:        
1   W-1   100   PAJON Mariana COLOMBIA 41.385        
2   W-2   68   BUCHANAN Caroline AUSTRALIA 42.312        
3   W-3   11   POST Alise USA 42.861        
4   W-4   971   VALENTINO Manon FRANCE 43.667        
5   W-5   89   BONDARENKO Yaroslava RUSSIA 43.903        
6   W-6   75   VAN BENTHEM Merle NETHERLANDS 44.815        
7   W-7   469   HERNANDEZ Stefany VENENZUELA 46.181        
8   W-8   555   MCLEOD Melinda AUSTRALIA 47.776

 

Finish   Rank   Plate   Name UCI Code TIME:        
1   W-1   33   DAUDET Joris FRANCE 36.737        
2   W-2   1   KIMMANN Niek NETHERLANDS 36.785        
3   W-3   64   LONG Nicholas USA 38.380        
4   W-4   29   RENCUREL Jeremy FRANCE 38.980        
5   W-5   127   TREIMANIS Edzus LATVIA 39.311        
6   W-6   148   VAN GENDT Twan NETHERLANDS 39.588        
7   W-7   436   MIR Amidou FRANCE 40.408        
8   W-8   278   RAMIREZ Carlos

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