The upcoming season will bring us many changes.
We are happy to announce that Skate Cross is becoming an official sport !
Starting in 2020, all skate cross competitions will be held under World Skate, and the 2020 rules have already been published on World Skate website.
The competition calendar is under construction and the provisory version will be online soon.
An updated WSX World Ranking will be posted at www.worldskate.org in the beginning of each month.
Three ages categories may be applied for the WSX competitions :
U15 skaters will be aged between 10 (included) and 14 (included) years old the year of the competition (calculation based only on birth year and competition year)
Junior skaters will be aged between 15 (included) and 18 (included) years old the year of the competition (calculation based only on birth year and competition year)
Senior skaters will be aged at least 19 years old the year of the competition (calculation based only on birth year and competition year)
Stay tuned for any updates!
Thanks to her main victory in Lyon's finals, Alice Delfino (Ita), won the WSX World Cup for the second year in a row! The current World Champion, Charline Marillier (Fra) after her first place in Villablino and 4th place in Lyon, finished this season at the second position, in front of Mathilde Monneron (Fra) who came back this year after a 3 years break after winning the World title from 2013 to 2016.
After his victory in Lyon and his second place in the World Championships 2019, Luca Borromeo (Ita) got his very first WSX World Cup! 2019 World Champion, Florian Petitcollin (Fra) who didn't participate in Lyon, kept his last year's result and finished this season one more time at the second position. Matteo Pallazzi (Ita) is staying on the 3rd step of the podium, repeating his result from last season.
World Champion 2018, Alice Delfino (Ita), won the WSX Lyon race for the third year in a row! After a third place in the time trials (31,986 sec), she won all her races including the big final! The 4 times world Champion, Mathilde Monneron (Fra), performed the second best qualification time (31,979 sec) and finished at the finals' second place. Francesca Conzi (Ita) was the fastest during the time trials (31,568 sec) and crossed the finish line of the big final in third position in front of 2019 World Champion, Charline Marillier (Fra).
Vice-World Champion 2019, Luca Borromeo (Ita) got his very first main victory! He performed the best qualification time (28,257 sec) and he was the fastest as well in the big final. Matteo Pallazzi (Ita), who was faster than Luca in the semi-final, finished second in the final, where French skaters Maxime Cadet and Maxence Clusaz fell down both after the first jump and took the third and fourth places respectively, M.Clusaz passed the line before M.Cadet, but was disqualified for not passing over the second ramp.
Florian Petitcollin (Fra) won his 4th World Champion title in a row, dominating the whole competition from the time trials till the final. Due to the rain planned on Sunday, the races have all been rescheduled in the night session of Saturday, and the skaters had to adapt to the new situation and manage better their runs.
Luca Borromeo (Ita) confirmed his good results of the end of 2018's season by taking the 2nd place, reaching his best result so far. Jules Favre-Mercuret (Fra)
also confirmed his consistency by reaching the final one more time and getting his best result in a World Championship so far.
Ilya Sukhenko (Rus), 2012 World Champion, had an opportunity to reach the podium but fell down on the big jump and couldn't catch back.
In the Women competition, Charline Marillier (Fra) was more an outsider as she performed only the 5th fastest girl in the trials and was against the 3 favorites of the
competition : Mathilde Monneron (Fra), 4 times world Champion, Francesca Conzi (Ita), World Champion 2017, and Alice Delfino (ita), World
M.Monneron (3rd place) was the first to fall on the first obstacle, and followed by F.Conzi (4th) on the Wall and A.Delfino (2nd) on the big table, letting the space for C.Marillier who kept her balance and concentration from the beginning till the finish line, to get her first World Champion title.
Full results here
The WSX World Championships "road to 2020" will be held on August 15 - 18 in Villablino, Spain. The registration is already open!
Age categories that will be applied for this event :
Junior skaters are born between Jan.1, 2004 and 31st December 2009
Senior skaters are born before 31st December 2003.
Junior sub categories might be added depending on the registrations and schedule. To be announced later.
Junior categories are not eligible for WSX World Champion titles.
Attention, for participation in this competition full face helmet or helmet with chin protection is required, as well as gloves and wrist guards, knee and elbow pads. Shoulder and body protection, back protection, crash pads and shine bone pads are recommended.
INFO BUS TRANSFER VILLABLINO
Signing up for the bus is possible from
now on (people that signed up before the start of the sign up phase don’t have to sign up again)!
Deadline: 31st of July
Signing up works as follows:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information
- amount of people that will travel with you
- flight schedule (day and exact time as well as terminal)
- Main discipline
Thanks a lot in advance. In case you have and question please send an email to the above mentioned mail address.
Due to the fact that some people did not pay for the transfer last year the organizing club might ask for advance payment this year!
Updates regarding transfer is provided on the Inline Alpine Facebook profile
More informations and rules are coming soon.
Videos from last year's competition. This year, the organisers will keep the same track and add new ramps.
2019 WSX international season started with the first two stars event, which was held in French Caen on February 23rd - 24th. All the skaters challenged each other for the first place, doing their best to go till the big final, in 3 races, the French cup, the international WSX and a Dirt cross.
Florian Petitcollin (Fra) who was leading the WSX world cup standings in 2016 and 2017, got his first victory of the season. He was the fastest during the qualifications (17,262 sec) and won all his races, including the big final, repeating his result from WSX Caen 2017! With the second best qualification time (18,010 sec), Maxence Clusaz (Fra) was the fastest during all his runs, except the big final where he finished 2nd. Jules Favre Mercuret (Fra) did his best to go till the final where he crossed the line after Florian and Maxence, taking the third place. Lucien Hugues (Fra) was the fourth of the final race.
F.Petitcollin won also the French cup race and the Dirt Cross race, for a perfect week-end.
The World Champion 2018, Alice Delfino (Ita) showed an excellent result, performing the best qualification time (19,213 sec) and winning all her races, including the big final! Claudia Massara (Ita) went up from the 7th qualification time directly to the second final place! French Emmy Simon and Ornella Faria were fighting for the third position of the big final. Emmy Simon was fastest this time, taking the 3rd place and leaving Ornella Faria on the fourth position. Francesca Conzi (Ita), the best rival of A.Delfino, got he victory in the Dirt Cross, and as well in the French cup, but took only the 5th place in the WSX 2 stars race.