2015 in cycle sport

Years in cycling

2015 in sports

BMX racingEdit

BMX World CupEdit

BMX UEC European CupEdit

  • April 3 – October 18: BMX Cycling UEC European Cup 2015
    • April 3 & 4: European Cup #1 in   Heusden-Zolder
      • Men's Race #1 winner:   Connor Fields
      • Men's Race #2 winner:   Niek Kimmann
      • Men's Junior Race #1 winner:   Justin Kimmann
      • Men's Junior Race #2 winner:   Romain Racine
      • Women's Race #1 winner:   Felicia Stancil
      • Women's Race #2 winner:   Stefany Hernandez
      • Women's Junior Race #1 winner:   Axelle Etienne
      • Women's Junior Race #2 winner:   Axelle Etienne
    • May 1 – 3: European Cup #2 in   Messigny-et-Vantoux
      • Men's Race #1 winner:   Amidou Mir
      • Men's Race #2 winner:   Niek Kimmann
      • Men's Junior Race #1 winner:   Justin Kimmann
      • Men's Junior Race #2 winner:   Romain Racine
      • Women's Race #1 winner:   Stefany Hernandez
      • Women's Race #2 winner:   Stefany Hernandez
      • Women's Junior Race #1 winner   Louanne Juillerat
      • Women's Junior Race #2 winner:   Louanne Juillerat
    • June 5 – 7: European Cup #3 in   Bjerringbro
      • Men's Race #1 winner:   Twan van Gendt
      • Men's Race #2 winner:   Niek Kimmann
      • Men's Junior Race #1 winner:   Romain Racine
      • Men's Junior Race #2 winner:   Romain Racine
      • Women's Race #1 winner:   Stefany Hernandez
      • Women's Race #2 winner:   Stefany Hernandez
      • Women's Junior Race #1 winner:   Yaroslava Bondarenko
      • Women's Junior Race #2 winner:   Yaroslava Bondarenko
    • September 18 – 20: European Cup #4 in   Échichens
      • Men's Race #1 winner:   Edžus Treimanis
      • Men's Race #2 winner:   David Graf
      • Men's Junior Race #1 winner:   Bastien Claessens
      • Men's Junior Race #2 winner:   Philip Schaub
      • Women's Race #1 winner:   Elke Vanhoof
      • Women's Race #2 winner:   Elke Vanhoof
      • Women's Junior Race #1 winner:   Axelle Etienne
      • Women's Junior Race #2 winner:   Axelle Etienne
    • October 16 – 18: European Cup #5 (final) in   Manchester

Regional eventsEdit

  • March 22: BMX Cycling COPACI North American Championships 2015 in   Rock Hill, South Carolina
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Collin Hudson
    • Men's Race winner:   Connor Fields
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Kelsey Van Ogle
    • Women's Race winner:   Alise Post
  • April 30: BMX Cycling OCC Oceanian Championships 2015 in   Brisbane
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Joshua McLean
    • Men's Race winner:   Max Cairns
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Zoe Fleming
    • Women's Race winner:   Lauren Reynolds
  • May 23: BMX Cycling COPACI South American Championships in   Santiago
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Exequiel Torres
    • Men's Race winner:   Carlos Oquendo
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Maria Paulina Osorno Calderon
    • Women's Race winner:   Mariana Pajón
  • May 24: BMX Cycling COPACI American Championships 2015 in   Santiago
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Leandro Noronha
    • Men's Race winner:   Renato Rezende
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Maria Paulina Osorno Calderon
    • Women's Race winner:   Mariana Pajón
  • July 10–12: BMX Cycling UEC European Championships 2015 in   Erp
    • Men's Race winner:   Twan van Gendt
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Mathijs Verhoeven
    • Women's Race winner:   Elke Vanhoof
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Axelle Etienne
  • October 31 – November 1: Asian BMX Championships in   Naypyitaw
    • Men's Race winner:   Yoshitaku Nagasako
    • Men's Junior Race winner:   Daichi Yamaguchi
    • Women's Race winner:   Amanda Mildred Carr
    • Women's Junior Race winner:   Sienna Fines

BMX World Championships and Test EventEdit

Cyclo-cross bikingEdit

UCI Cyclo-cross World CupEdit

UCI Cyclo-cross World ChampionshipsEdit

Mountain bike racingEdit

UCI Mountain Bike World CupEdit

  • April 11 – August 23: 2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup
    • April 11 & 12: World Cup #1 (downhill only) in   Lourdes
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Aaron Gwin
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Emmeline Ragot
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Andrew Crimmins
    • May 23 & 24: World Cup #2 (Olympic XC only) in   Nové Město na Moravě
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Jaroslav Kulhavý
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Jolanda Neff
      • Men's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Lars Forster
      • Women's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Jenny Rissveds
    • May 30 & 31: World Cup #3 (Olympic XC only) in   Albstadt
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Julien Absalon
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Jolanda Neff
      • Men's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Pablo Rodríguez Guede
      • Women's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Jenny Rissveds
    • June 6 & 7: World Cup #4 (downhill only) in   Fort William, Scotland
    • June 13 & 14: World Cup #5 (downhill only) in   Leogang
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Aaron Gwin
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Andrew Crimmins
    • July 4 & 5: World Cup #6 in   Lenzerheide
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Greg Minnaar
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Laurie Greenland
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Jaroslav Kulhavý
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå
      • Men's U23 Cross Country winner:   Lars Forster
    • August 1 & 2: World Cup #7 in   Mont-Sainte-Anne
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Josh Bryceland
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Laurie Greenland
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Nino Schurter
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Jolanda Neff
      • Men's U23 Cross Country winner:   Titouan Carod
      • Women's U23 Cross Country winner:   Jenny Rissveds
    • August 8 & 9: World Cup #8 in   Windham, New York
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Aaron Gwin
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Laurie Greenland
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Nino Schurter
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
      • Men's U23 Cross Country winner:   Victor Koretzky
      • Women's U23 Cross Country winner:   Jenny Rissveds
    • August 22 & 23: World Cup #9 (final) in   Val di Sole
      • Men's Downhill winner:   Aaron Gwin
      • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
      • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Loris Revelli
      • Men's Cross Country winner:   Nino Schurter
      • Women's Cross Country winner:   Annika Langvad
      • Men's U23 Cross Country winner:   Grant Ferguson
      • Women's U23 Cross Country winner:   Jenny Rissveds

World mountain bike championshipsEdit

  • June 27: 2015 UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships in   Sëlva
  • August 31 – September 6: 2015 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships in   Vallnord
  • Men
    • Men's Cross Country winner:   Nino Schurter
    • Men's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Anton Cooper
    • Men's Junior Cross Country winner:   Simon Andreassen
    • Men's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Daniel Federspiel
    • Men's Downhill winner:   Loïc Bruni
    • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Laurie Greenland
    • Men's Trials 20" winner:   Abel Mustieles
    • Men's Junior Trials 20" winner:   Dominik Oswald
    • Men's Trials 26" winner:   Vincent Hermance
    • Men's Junior Trials 26" winner:   Nicolas Vallée
  • Women
    • Women's Cross Country winner:   Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
    • Women's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Ramona Forchini
    • Women's Junior Cross Country winner:   Martina Berta
    • Women's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Linda Indergand
    • Women's Downhill winner:   Rachel Atherton
    • Women's Junior Downhill winner:   Marine Cabirou
    • Women's Trials winner:   Janine Jungfels
  • Team
    • Mixed Cross Country Team Relay winners:   France (Victor Koretzky, Jordan Sarrou, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, Antoine Philipp)
    • Open Team Trials winners:   France (Vincent Hermance, Nicolas Fleury, Benjamin Durville, Manon Basseville, Nicolas Vallee)

Other mountain biking eventsEdit

  • February 24 – 27: 2015 Oceania Mountain Bike Championships in   Toowoomba
    • Men's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Anton Cooper[3]
    • Men's Cross Country (XCO) winner:   Daniel McConnell[4]
    • Women's Cross Country (XCO) winner:   Rebecca Henderson[5]
    • Men's Downhill winner:   Connor Fearon
    • Women's Downhill winner:   Tegan Molloy
    • Men's Junior Cross Country winner:   Liam Jeffries
    • Women's Junior Cross Country winner:   Jemma Manchester
    • Men's Under 23 Cross Country (XCO) winner:   Scott Bowden[6]
    • Women's Under 23 Cross Country (XCO) winner:   Amber Johnston[7]
  • March 25 – 29: 2015 American Mountain Bike Continental Championships in   Cota
    • Men's Cross Country winner:   Henrique Avancini
    • Men's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Howard Grotts
    • Women's Cross Country winner:   Daniela Campuzano
    • Women's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Kate Courtney
    • Women's Downhill winner   Mariana Salazar Palomo
    • Men's Junior Downhill winner:   Diego Hincapie
    • Men's Downhill winner:   Neco Mulally
    • Men's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Luiz Henrique Cocuzzi
    • Women's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Xiomara Guerrero
    • Mixed Cross Country Team Relay winners:   Colombia (Jhon Freddy Garzon, Brandon Rivera, Laura Abril, Fabio Hernando Castaneda Monsalve)
  • May 5 – 10: 2015 African MTB Continental Championships in   Ruhengeri
    • Men's Junior Cross Country winner:   Tristan de Lange
    • Women's Junior Cross Country winner:   Skye Davidson
    • Men's Cross Country winner:   James Reid
    • Women's Cross Country winner:   Bianca Haw
  • May 10: 2015 European MTB Continental Championships in   Singen
  • June 20 – 21: 2015 UEC MTB Enduro European Championships in   Kirchberg in Tirol/Brixental
    • Men Elite:   Jérôme Clémentz
    • Men Juniors  Daniel Schemmel
    • Men Masters 30+   René Wildhaber
    • Men Masters 40+   Remo Heutschi
    • Men Masters 50+   Carsten Geck
    • Women Masters   Antje Kramer
    • Women Elite   Anneke Beerten
  • July 20 – 26: 2015 European MTB Continental Championships in   Chies d'Alpago
    • Men's Cross Country winner:   Julien Absalon
    • Women's Cross Country winner:   Jolanda Neff
    • Men's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Pablo Rodriguez Guede
    • Women's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Kathrin Stirnemann
    • Men's Trials 20 winner:   Benito Ros Charral
    • Men's Trials 26 winner:   Jack Carthy
    • Men's Cross Country Eliminator winner:   Jeroen Van Eck
    • Women's Under 23 Cross Country winner:   Perrine Clauzel
    • Men's Junior Trials 20 winner:   Dominik Oswald
    • Men's Junior Cross Country winner:   Simon Andreassen
    • Women's Junior Cross Country winner:   Sina Frei
    • Men's Junior Trials 26 winner:   Nicolas Vallée
    • Women's Trials winner:   Tatiana Janickova
    • Mixed Cross Country Team Relay winners:   Germany (Maximilian Brandl, Ben Zwiehoff, Helen Grobert, Manuel Fumic)
  • August 12 – 16: 2015 Asian Mountain Bike Continental Championships in   Malaysia
    • Men's Cross Country winner:   Kohei Yamamoto
    • Women's Cross Country winner:   Ren Chengyuan
    • Women's Junior Cross Country winner:   Warinothorn Phetpraphan
    • Men's Junior Cross Country winner:   Ryo Takeuchi
    • Men's Downhill winner:   Sheng-Shan Chiang
    • Women's Downhill winner:   Vipavee Deekaballes
    • Mixed Cross Country Team Relay winners:   Thailand (Patompob Phonarjthan, Peerapol Chawchiangkwang, Supaksorn Nuntana, Warinothorn Phetpraphan)
  • October 11: Aquece Rio International Mountain Bike Challenge 2015 in   Brazil (Olympic Test Event)[8]

Road cyclingEdit

Grand TourEdit

One-Day RacesEdit

UCI Para-cycling Road World CupEdit

  • June 5 – September 13: 2015 UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup
    • June 5 – 7: World Cup #1 in   Maniago
    • June 13 – 16: World Cup #2 in   Yverdon-les-Bains
      • Click at the "here" word above for results.
    • July 24 – 26: World Cup #3 in   Elzach
      • Click at the "here" word above for results.
    • September 11 – 13: World Cup #4 (final) in   Pietermaritzburg
      • Click at the "here" word above for results.

Other road cycling championships and eventsEdit

Track cyclingEdit

TC World CupEdit

Other track cycling championshipsEdit

Trial cyclingEdit

  • May 30 – September 27: 2015 UCI Trials World Cup
    • May 30 & 31: World Cup #1 in   Kraków
    • Note: The Men's Elite 20" and the Women's Elite events were cancelled here.
      • Men's Elite 26" winner:   Jack Carthy
    • August 8 & 9: World Cup #2 in   Vöcklabruck
      • Men's Elite 20" winner:   Benito Ros
      • Men's Elite 26" winner:   Jack Carthy
      • Women's Elite winner:   Tatiana Janickova
    • August 22 & 23: World Cup #3 in   Albertville
      • Men's Elite 20" winner:   Abel Mustieles
      • Men's Elite 26" winner:   Gilles Coustellier
      • Women's Elite winner:   Tatiana Janickova
    • September 26 & 27: World Cup #4 (final) in   Antwerp
      • Men's Elite 20" winner:   Benito Ros
      • Men's Elite 26" winner:   Jack Carthy
      • Women's Elite winner:   Janine Jungfels
  • August 31 – September 6: 2015 UCI Trials World Championships in   Vallnord
    • Click here for results.

ReferencesEdit

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