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Favorites Daudet, Štrombergs eliminated - all three Americans survive and advance

In a BMX quarterfinals filled with big crashes, two of the heavy favorites failed to advance. The world champion Frances Joris Daudet and defending two-time gold medalist Maris Strombergs were both eliminated and wont compete in the semi-finals. British rider Liam Phillips, also a favorite for the podium, crashed in his first race and couldnt return. The Americans - Corben Sharrah...
Via CSN Chicago
August 18, 2016

France’s Daudet fastest in seeding run, Fields and Sharrah grab top-5 slots

The riders could feel a bit of a crosswind adding another variable to the already onerous track. Frances Joris Daudet fared just fine, however, as he grabbed the fastest time for the men posting a time of 34.617 seconds leading the pack into tomorrows quarterfinals. Daudet just grabbed the mens elite championship in May and is riding on a hot streak. The odds-on favorite for the...
Via CSN Chicago
August 17, 2016

France’s Daudet fastest in seeding run, Fields and Sharrah grab top-5 slots

The riders could feel a bit of a crosswind adding another variable to the already onerous track. Frances Joris Daudet fared just fine, however, as he grabbed the fastest time for the men posting a time of 34.617 seconds leading the pack into tomorrows quarterfinals. Daudet just grabbed the mens elite championship in May and is riding on a hot streak. The odds-on favorite for the...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Joris Daudet owns the top time in the BMX seeding run

France's Joris Daudet owns the top time in the BMX seeding run. David Graf and Sam Willoughby posted just under Daudet.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Joris Daudet owns the top time in the BMX seeding run

France's Joris Daudet owns the top time in the BMX seeding run. David Graf and Sam Willoughby posted just under Daudet.
Via CSN Chicago
August 17, 2016

Daudet, Pajon win BMX time trial world championships

HEUSDEN-ZOLDER, Belgium (AP) Joris Daudet of France won his second BMX world championship and Olympic gold medalist Mariana Pajon of Colombia captured her fourth during the time trial races Friday. Daudet, the 2011 champion, covered the course in 30.953 seconds to edge Niek Kimmann of the Netherlands by 0.076 seconds. Conor Fields of the United States earned the bronze. Pajon dominated...
Via Associated Press
July 24, 2015  |  Discuss
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