Anthony Avella (Fra) won the 11th step of the World Skate Cross Series, held in Lyon, France. 2nd best time in the time trials behind russian I.Sukhenko, he won all his races until the final. Thanks to this victory, A.Avella takes back the lead of the World Ranking from A.Pottier, only 7th place in Lyon. Harry Perna (Fra), winner of last year, took the second place, in front of Flavien Du Peloux (Fra), third. Check the full results here.
Mathilde Monneron (Fra), after winning in Quebec and Lausanne, won her third main event of the season, confirming her strong leadership this year. She is one race from a second world champion title in a row, and she just need to be in the top 6 in the last step to get it. Only Jessica Billard (Fra), 4th in Lyon, can still get the title, but she must win the last race to get it. Irina Davydova (Rus) took the second place, in front of Italian Francesca Conzi, third of the final, for her first race of the season. Check the full results here.
Watch the official video of the 10th step of the World Skate Cross Series, held in Moscow, Russia, on the 6th of September !
Ilya Sukhenko (Rus) won the Russian step of the World Skate Cross Series for the 3rd time in a row. This time Antony Pottier (Bel) was the only one in front of him after the time trials, beating the record of the track with 29,264 seconds. In the final, a contact between those two skaters turned in favor of I.Sukhenko, and the belgian lost his speed, couldn't catch the other skaters, finishing the race at the 4th place. Anthony Avella (Fra), kept the second position until the end, in front of Maxim Anin (Rus). The current world champion repeated his result of last year, and thanks to this second place, came back closer in the ranking from A.Pottier, still leader after 10 competitions. Check the full results here
Irina Davydova (Rus), for her first race thi season, won the final of the women's WSX in Moscow, for the second time after her victory of 2012. The french leaders of the world
championships being absent this year, she is coming back on them, entering the ranking directly at the 10th place. Alexandra Sukhareva (Rus), took the second place of the final
race ; it is her second podium this season after her second place in WSX Marseille. On the 3rd place, Anna Mitrofanova (Rus) got her best result so far in a main skatecross
event. Anna Borovska (Ukr) took the 4th place, as 2013.
Check the full results here.
Watch the official video of the 9th step of the World Skate Cross Series, held in Lausanne, Switzerland, on the 31st of August !
Harry Perna (Fra) won the 9th step of the World Skate Cross Series in Lausanne (Sui), in front of Anthony Avella (Fra) and Flavien du Peloux (Fra). H.Perna dominated the event from the beginning till the end, as he got the best qualification time and he won all his races until the final, it is his second victory in a WSX event after Lyon 2013, and his first victory in a Main event. A.Pottier (Bel), finished 4th but thanks to his previous results, took the lead of the 2014 WSX Championships in front of A.Avella. Check the full results here
Mathilde Monneron (Fra) was the fastest girl in the WSX Lausanne. She got the best time in the time trials, and won all her races to reach the first step of the podium. Aurore Costabile (Fra), couldn't catch her got the second place in front of Jessica Billard (Fra). Thanks to this victory, M.Monneron (Fra) took the lead of the WSX World Championships, and will be difficult to beat this season, as she already won the 2 first main events this year. Check the full results here
"Les Darons" (A.Avella/K.Quintin) won the final of the team cross event against the "Kamikazes" (A.Ali Messaoud/S.Alfano). They are definitely the best team this year as they are still unbeated this season, wining all the races they took part so far.
Kevin Quintin (Fra) won the 8th step of the World Skate Cross Series in La Plagne, France. K.Quintin was also the fastest in the time trials, and won all his races to the final,
where he passed the finish line in front of Vincen Guichard (Fra) and Patrice Moller (Fra).
V.Guichard and P.Moller (Fra), won the team cross race in front of F.Quinger and K.Braun (Ger/Sui).
Aurore Costabile (Fra), got her second victory this season after Rennes, beating in the final L.Amand (Fra) and M.Monneron (Fra), respectively 2nd and 3rd.
Check the full results here
The registration for the WSX*** Lyon, France is now open ! The event will be held on the 27th and 28th of September.
The registration for the WSX*** Moscow, Russia is now open ! The event will be held on the 6th of September.
More information here.
The registration for the WSX*** Lausanne, Switzerland is now open ! The event will be held on the 30th and 31st of August.
More information here.
Shaun Unwin (Can) got his first victory in a WSX event, passing the finish line in first position in front of Justin MacDonald (Can) and Antony Pottier
(Bel) who fell in the final, but could still reach the podium. The race track, designed in the Millenium skatepark, was offering many overtaking possibilities, and the races were very
spectacular. A.Pottier with this 3rd place, missed the opportunity to take the lead in the world championships, but will still go up to the 2nd place, behind A.Avella (Fra).
Check the full results here
Antony Pottier (Bel) got his second victory of the season in Quebec ! With a time of 32,411 seconds in the first time trial, A.Pottier has been the fastest on a very challenging
track. A newcomer on the World Series, US' Chris Clancy, second best time, was just 0,05 sec. slower and the third best time has been made by french Flavien Du
Peloux, less than half a second behind the two leaders.
Unfortunately, because of the very bad weather conditions, and for safety reasons, the race's finals had to be cancelled, and so the time trials decided who won this first north american skate cross event.
Mathilde Monneron (Fra), did the best time in the womens' category, in front of Lucie Amand (Fra) and Jessica Billard (Fra). Check the full results here.
Watch the video of the WSX French Championships, held in Saint Medard en Jalles, on 21 & 22 June.
Don't forget to register for the WSX* Calgary (Can) which be be held on the 3rd of August !
Registration and information here.
Anthony Avella (Fra) won his 3rd event in a row, finishing first of the WSX* Marseille (Fra), in front of F.Bukowski (Fra), K.Quintin
(Fra) and C.Senelier (Fra).
J.Daries (Fra) won the first skatecross of her career, passing the finish line in front of A.Sukhareva (Rus) and M.Conan (Fra).
"Les Darons" (Avella/Quintin) won the team cross final against "Les Kamikazes" (Pellae/Alfano).
The full results are available here.
The registration for the WSX*** Quebec (Can) is open, there will be 2 different races in this event, one on the 26th July, and one on the 27th July, a good opportunity to get more points by joining this event ! Check the website and register here !
Jessica Billard (Fra) won her first skate cross this season, beating Aurore Costabile (Fra), second, and Maëliss Conan (Fra) third, in the
Anthony Avella (Fra) also won his first title this season ; he crossed the finish line in front of Léandre Mage (Fra) and Flavien Du Peloux (Fra) who fell in the final race.
"Les Darons" (A.Avella / S.A.Messaoud) won the Team Cross' final against "AM Sport" (F.Petitcollin / N.Watelet). The team "Speedo" (F.Bukowski / T.Lieurey) took the 3rd place.
The full results are available here
Yohan Fort (Fra) won the second step of the World Skate Cross Series in the city of Rennes, France. Cedric Senelier (Fra) took the second place and Léandre Mage finished 3rd.
Aurore Costabile (Fra) won the women’s final, in front of Tiffany Derisbourg (Fra) and Jessica Billard (Fra)
In the Team Cross compétition, « Les Minots », team composed by Yohan Fort and Flavien Du Peloux, won the final against « Les Rouleurs » (Cédric Senelier and Jonathan Duclos). « Tarzan & Cheetah » Team (Léandre Mage and Maxence Clusaz) took the 3rd place.
WSX Men :
1- Yohan Fort (Fra)
2- Cédric Sénelier (Fra)
3- Léandre Mage (Fra)
4- Guy Sow (Fra)
5- Martin Barrau (Fra)
WSX Women :
1- Aurore Costabile (Fra)
2- Tiffany Derisbourg (Fra)
3- Jessica Billard (Fra)
4- Lucie Amand (Fra)
5- Maëliss Conan (Fra)
The first event of the 2014 season will be a special event. For the first time in the WSX history, we will race on a DIRT track !
Welcome to the first WSX Dirt !
As this event is an invitational event and the places are limited only the best skaters of the WSX series will be allowed to compete, but we still can accept few newcomers, so if you want to get an invitation for this event, fill in the form to become one of the selected skaters for the first WSX Dirt race ! Go here.