Events & Results

Events & Results

"Nice guys don't win!"

In this section I will summarize events & results for European riders at the Olympics, World and European Championsships and World Cup Series.

OLYMPIC CHAMPIONSHIPS BMX

In 2008 BMX became an Olympic sport and two European riders did win the first ever Olympic titles in BMX.

2008: 1st Olympic Games in BMX took place in Beijing - China, Olympic titles won by:

  • Maris Strombergs (Latvia) - Olympic Champion Elite Men class 20 inch.
  • Anne - Caroline Chausson (France) - Olympic Champion Elite Women class 20 inch.

2012: 2nd Olympic Games in BMX took place in London - England, Olympic titles won by:

  • Maris Strombergs (Latvia) - Olympic Champion Elite Men class 20 inch.
  • Mariana Pajon (Colombia) - Olympic Champion Elite Women class 20 inch.

2016: 3rd Olympic Games in BMX took place in Rio de Janeiro - Brasil, Olympic titles won by:

  • Conner Fields (USA)  - Olympic Champion Eilte Men class 20 inch.
  • Mariana Pajon (Colombia) - Olympic Champion Elite Women class 20 inc.

2020: 4th Olympic Games in BMX will take place in Tokyo - Japan, Olympic titles won by:

      ....................

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Titles won by European riders and teams, since 1979.

JAG - BMX 

In 1978 the first JAG - BMX World Championships took place in Indianapolis - Ind, USA. This was a promotor organized event with almost only USA riders entering the event. The owner of JAG BMX bicycles, mr. Renny Roker was the promotor and his event was sanctioned through the years by the National Bicycle League (N.B.L.) and the National Bicycle Association (N.B.A.). Around 1981 about 5 till 6 foreign countries were represented by around 75 riders out of the over 2000 entries. At the time there was no world wide BMX body existing that could sanction this event. The JAG BMX World came to an end in 1985.

1979: No titles won by European riders at the JAG BMX World Championships II, Indianapolis - USA

Special recognition:

  • Nico Does, Holland - Expert 8, final result: 3th place

First European at the JAG BMX Worlds finishing in the main.

1980. No title won by any European riders at the JAG BMX World Championships III, Indianapolis - USA

Special recognition:

  • Hans ter Weeme, Holland - Novice 12, final result: 2nd place
  • Mike v.d. Wiel, Holland - Open 7 X, final result: 3rd place
  • Nico Does, Holland - Open 10 X, final result: 4th place

1981: No participation of European riders in the JAG BMX Worlds event in this year

JAG BMX (promotor/bike manufacturer) kept on organising World Championships up and till 1985 in the USA only.

I.BMX.F.

In 1981 the I.BMX.F. was formed and officialy founded. This World governing body for BMX was composed of people running National BMX organizations in their countries, planned their first world wide BMX World Championship for 1982 to be helt in Dayton - Ohio, USA. This was the first time ever a "real" World Championship took place within our sport BMX. The International BMX Federation was a fact.

World Championships Statistics (September 3, 2001)

a.: pre-info to organisations/riders and general info/comm during the event itself.
b.: an average of opinions by the riders concerning the track.
c.: infrastructure such as: toilets, catering, grand stands, medics, announcing etc.
d.: outside BMX spectators, National TV exposure etc.
e.: general opinion on racing, techn. affairs, quality of official opening and closing ceremony, presentation of awards etc.
f.: overall appreciation of the event by a selection of riders and supporters present.

1982 1st I.BMX.F. WC Dayton - USA 1
1983 2nd I.BMX.F. WC Slagharen - HOLLAND 2
1984 3rd I.BMX.F. WC Suzuka - JAPAN 3
1985 4th I.BMX.F. WC Whistler - CANADA 4
1986 5th I.BMX.F. WC Slough - ENGLAND 5
1987 6th I.BMX.F. WC Orlando - USA 6
1988 7th I.BMX.F. WC Santiago - CHILE 7
1989 8th I.BMX.F. WC Brisbane - AUSTRALIA 8
1990 9th I.BMX.F. WC Le Castellet - FRANCE 9
1991 10th I.BMX.F. - FIAC WC Sandnes - NORWAY 10
1992 11th I.BMX.F. - FIAC WC Salvador - BRASIL 11
1993 12th I.BMX.F. - FIAC WC Schijndel - HOLLAND 12
1994 13th I.BMX.F. - FIAC WC Waterford - USA 13
1995 14th I.BMX.F. - FIAC WC Melgar - COLOMBIA 14
1996 1st U.C.I. WC Brighton - ENGLAND 15
1997 2nd U.C.I. WC Saskatoon - CANADA 16
1998 3rd U.C.I. WC Melbourne - AUTRALIA 17
1999 4th U.C.I. WC Vallet - FRANCE 18
2000 5th U.C.I. WC Cordoba - ARGENTINA 19
2001 6th U.C.I. WC Louisville - USA 20
2002 7th U.C.I. WC Paulinia - BRASIL 21
2003 8th U.C.I. WC Perth - AUSTRALIA 22
2004 9th U.C.I. WC Valkenswaard - HOLLAND 23
2005 10th U.C.I. WC Paris - France 24
2006 11th U.C.I. WC Sao Paulo - BRASIL 25
2007 12th U.C.I. WC Victoria - CANADA 26
2008 13th U.C.I. WC Taiyuan - CHINA 27
2009 14th U.C.I. WC Adelaide - AUSTRALIA 28
2010 15th U.C.I. WC Pietermartizburg - SOUTH AFRICA 29
2011 16th U.C.I. WC Kopenhagen - DANMARK 30
2012 17th U.C.I. WC Birmingham - ENGLAND 31
2013 18th U.C.I. WC Auckland - NEW ZEALAND 32
2014 19th U.C.I. WC Rotterdam - HOLLAND 33
2015 20th U.C.I. WC Zolder - BELGIUM 34
2016 21st U.C.I. WC Rio de Janeiro - BRASIL 35
2017 22nd U.C.I. WC Rock Hill - USA 36

1982: 1st I.BMX.F. World Championships, Dayton - Ohio

No title won by any European rider at the 1st I.BMX.F. Worlds.

  • Greg Hill - USA The first ever I.BMX.F. World Champion in the, at the time, PRO 20 " class

1983: 2nd I.BMX.F. World Championships, Slagharen - Holland

  • Worldchampion in the Junior class 16+, Phil Hoogendoorn, Holland
  • Worldchampion in Girls 14+ class, Monique Franssen, Holland
1984: 3rd I.BMX.F. World Championships, Suzuka - Japan

EXPERT CLASS 16+ CHANGED INTO AMATEUR CLASS IN 1984

  • Worldchampion in Amature 20"class: Phil Hoogendoorn, Holland
  • Worldchampion in Amature 24"class; Phil Hoogendoorn, Holland

1985: 4th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Whistler - Canada

AMATEUR CLASS CHANGED INTO SUPERCLASS IN 1985

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 20", Craig Schofield, England
  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 24", Phil Hoogendoorn, Holland

1986: 5th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Slough - England

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 20", Phil Hoogendoorn, Holland
  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 24", Patrick de Wael, Belgium
  • Worldchampion in the Girls 16+ class, Sarah James Nichols, England

1987: 6th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Orlando (Florida) - USA

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 24", Claude Vuillemont, France
  • Worldchampion in the Girls 17+ class, Anita v.d. Mortel, Holland

1988: 7th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Santiago - Chili

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 20", David Kastler, France
  • Worldchampion in the Girls 17+ class, Anita v.d. Mortel, Holland

1989: 8th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Brisbane - Australia

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 20", Eric Minozzi, France

1990: 9th I.BMX.F. World Championships, Le Castelet - France

  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal, Holland
  • Worldchampion in the Superclass 24", Bas de Bever, Holland
  • Worldchampion in the Girls 18+ class, Melanie v. Deene, Holland

TEAMS: manufacturer/ trade team champion

World Champion, Team MCS Europe, Holland with team manager Gerrit Does.

F.I.A.C.

After Gerrit Does introduced the sport of BMX at the FIAC Congress in Leicester in August 1983 to its members (in 1981 the S.F.N. in Holland merged with the KNWU - Royal Dutch Cucling Federation which organisation was FIAC affiliated. As a board member now of the KNWU representing BMX, GD was invited to attend the FIAC Congress in Leicester - GBR and have a speech on this new sport, BMX), some people within F.I.A.C suggested to start organizing world championships of their own, next to the I.BMX.F. Worlds.

Here a summery of the F.I.A.C Worlds organized, which all were of very poor quality and low attendance. FIAC's secretary Mrs. Juliani stated that "BMX was a play for kids". They did not consider BMX a real sport at the time and that attitude characterized their worlds. Already in 1984 a F.I.A.C. pilot project was organized in Charleroi - Belgium.

Pilot project: FIAC Open WC in Charleroi 1984 - Belgium
1st. FIAC Worlds in Jesolo 1985 - Italy
2nd. FIAC Worlds in Riccione 1986 - Italy
3rd. FIAC Worlds in Bordeaux 1987 - France
4th. FIAC Worlds in Mol 1988 - Belgium
5th. FIAC Worlds in Sao Paulo 1989 - Brasil
6th. FIAC Worlds in Arada De Duero 1990 - Spain

In the beginning (year 2004) No records, results or reports could be found on these FIAC world championships. During time I was able to find some info and one can find results and/or reports and sometimes some pictures on this site under the History of BMX section and concerned year, 1987 thr. 1990. As time progresses we hope to complete the results and records on FIAC WC's 1985 and 1986.

Since around 1989 I.BMX.F. and FIAC were on speaking terms concerning a merge and already in 1990 it all came together. Then FIAC itself stopped organizing BMX WC events and the experts within the I.BMX.F. took care of business from 1990 on. So from 1990 on the combined I.BMX.F - FIAC Worlds started.

I.BMX.F - F.I.A.C.

After long talks, I.BMX.F. and F.I.A.C started a working together relations ship with the intend to merge at a certain moment. 1st combined I.BMX.F. - FIAC World championship took place in 1991. At the time, F.I.A.C. was the amature devision of the U.C.I. (and F.I.C.P. the professional devision).

1991: 10th I.BMX.F. / FIAC World Championships, Sandness - Norway

  • World champion in the Superclass 20", Christophe Leveque, France
  • World champion in the Superclass 24", Bas de Bever, Holland
  • World champion in the Girls 18+ class, Corine Dorland, Holland

TEAMS: manufacturer/trade team champion

TEAMS: National teams

1992: 11th I.BMX.F. / FIAC World Championships, Salvador - Brazil

  • World champion in the Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal, Holland
  • World champion in the Superclass 24", Bas de Bever, Holland
  • World champion in the Girls 18+ class, Christelle Le Saout, France

1993: 12th I.BMX.F. / FIAC World Championships, Schijndel - Holland

  • World champion in the Superclass 24", Christophe Leveque, France
  • World champion in the Seniors 18+ class, Dylan Clayton, England
  • World champion in the Ladies 18+ class, Corine Dorland, Holland

1994: 13th I.BMX.F. / FIAC World Championships, Waterford - USA

  • World champion in the Seniors 18+ class, Jean Christophe Tricard, France.
  • World champion in the Ladies 18+ class, Corine Dorland, Holland

TEAMS: manufacturer/trade team champion

1995: 14th I.BMX.F. / FIAC World Championships, Melgar - Colombia

  • World champion in the Superclass 20", Christophe Leveque, France
  • World champion in the Ladies 17/18+ class, Sabine Caballe, France

U.C.I.

After six years, I.BMX.F. integrated into the re-organized U.C.I. organisation in 1996. F.I.C.P. (devision for Pro's) and F.I.A.C. (devision for Amatures) under UCI, became one.

ELITE AND JUNIOR CLASSES INTRODUCED IN 1996

1996: 1st U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Brighton - England (15th. WC since 1982)

  • World champion in Elite men 20", Dale Holmes, England
  • World champion in Elite cruiser, Jamie Staff, England

TEAMS: manufacturer/trade team champion

  • World champion: GT Bicycle World Team, teammangers Gerrit Does & Bill Nelson.

TEAMS: National teams

  • World champion National Team Great Britain

1997: 2nd U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Saskatoon - Canada (16th.WC)

  • World champion in Elite cruiser, Christophe Leveque. France

1998: 3rd U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Melbourne - Australia (17th.WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20", Thomas Allier, France
  • World champion in Elite cruiser, Christophe Leveque, France

1999: 4th U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Vallet - France (18th.WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20", Robert de Wilde, Holland
  • World champion in Elite cruiser, Christophe Leveque, France
  • World champion in Elite women, Audrey Pichol, France

2000: 5th U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Cordoba - Argentina (19th.WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20", Thomas Allier, France

2001: 6th U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Louisville-KY, USA (20th.WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20", Dale Holmes, England
  • World champion in Elite cruiser, Christophe Leveque, France

2002: 7th U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Paulinia - Brasil (21st WC)

  • No titles in Elite classes for European riders.

2003: 8th U.C.I. - BMX World Championships, Perth - Australia (22nd WC)

  • No titles in Elite men 20" class for European riders.
  • World champion in Elite women: Elodi Ajinca, France

World Champion National Teams:

  • FRANCE National Team with team manager; Fabrice Vettoretti

2004: 9th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Valkenswaard - Holland (23nd WC)

  • No titles in Elite classes for European Riders.

2005: 10th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Bercy-Paris - France (24th WC)

  • World champion in Elite women 20": Willy Kanis, Holland
  • No title in Elite men class.

2006: 11th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Sao Paulo - Brasil (25th WC since 1982)

  • World champion in Elite women 20": Willy Kanis, Holland
  • No title in Elite men class.

2007: 12th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Victoria, BC - Canada (26th WC)

  • World champion in Elite women 20": Shanaze Read - England
  • No title in Elite men class.

2008: 13th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Taiyuan - China (27th WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20": Maris Strombergs, Latvia
  • World champion in Elite women 20": Shanaze Reade, England
  • World champion in Elite men cruiser 24": Thomas Hamon, France
  • World champion in Elite women cruiser 24": Magalie Pottier, France

2009: 14th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Adelaide - Australia (28th WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 24": Ivo van der Putten, Holland

2010: 15th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Pietermaritzburg - South Africa (29th WC)

  • World champion in Elite men 20": Maris Strombergs, Latvia
  • World champion in Elite women 20": Shanaze Read, England

* Elite cruiser 24" classes cancelled from 2010 on.

2011: 16th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Copenhagen - Denmark (30th WC since 1982)

  • World champion in Elite men 20": Joris Daudet, France
  • No title in Elite women class for European rider.

2012: 17th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Birmingham - England (31st WC).

  • No title in Elite men 20" class for a European rider
  • World champion in Elite Women 20": Magalie Pottier, France

2013: 18th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Auckland - New Zealand (32nd WC).

  • World Champion in Elite men 20": Liam Phillips, England
  • No title in Elite women 20" fora European rider.

2014: 19th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Rotterdam - Holland (33rd WC)

  • No titles for a European rider.

2015: 20th U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Circuit Zolder - Zolder, Belgium (34th WC)

  • World Champion in Elite men 20":  Niek Kimman, Holland
  • No title in Elite Women class

2016: 21st U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Rio de Janeriro - Brasil (35th WC

  • World Champion in Elite men 20":  Joris Daudet, France
  • No title in Elite Women class.

2017: 22nd U.C.I. - BMX World Championship, Rock Hill - USA (36th WC)


UCI - BMX WORLD CUP/Supercross series
(from 1995 on).

The first ever UCI BMX World Cup was organized in 1995 as a Pilot Project in Brighton-England, with Gerrit Does being appointed as the UCI Pilot Project Manager and implimenting his "New Concept". An official series of Word Cup/Supercross events started in 1996 and on.

1995: Pilot project UCI-BMX World Cup€ events

Two (2) round series held in Brighton - Great Britain and Columbus - Ohio, USA. No overall winner announced.

Brighton England:

  • Elite men 1 st place Jamie Staff England
  • Elite women 1 st place Karien Gubbels Holland

Columbus Ohio, USA:

  • Elite men 1 st place Christophe Leveque France
  • Elite women 1 st place Marie Mcgilvary USA

1996: Overall winners of UCI BMX World Cup series

Four Round Event:

  • Porlamar, Isla de Margarita Venezuela (2/19)
  • Orlando, Florida USA (4/12)
  • Peterborough Great Britain (5/5) and
  • Valkenswaard Holland (7/7)

Overall winners of this UCI-BMX World Cup series in 1996 were:

  • In Elite men, Jamie Staff - England
  • In Elite women, Kerstin Munski - Germany

1997: BMX World Cup / Supercross series.

Three Round Event:

  • Geelong, Victoria Australia (1/26)
  • Valkenswaard Holland (6/15)
  • Airdrie Canada (7/20)

Overall winners of this UCI-BMX World Cup series 1997 were:

  • In Elite men, Dale Holmes - England
  • In Elite women, Natarsha Williams - Australia

1998: BMX World Cup / Supercross

One Round Event:

  • UCI-BMX World Cup Geelong, Australia

The winners were:

  • In Elite men, Dennis Labigang France
  • In Elite women, Rachael Marshall Australia

1999: A different set-up€ was tried in this year: Qualifiers on three Continents and a final event€ in Europe.

  • American UCI-BMX World Cup qualifier, Orlando Florida, USA (9/4)
  • European UCI-BMX World Cup qualifier, Doetinchem Holland (9/5)
  • Pacific UCI-BMX World Cup qualifier, Penrith NSW, Australia (30/5)
  • UCI-BMX World Cup Final at Petit-Couronne, France (18/7)

The overall winners were:

  • In Elite men, Robert de Wilde Holland
  • In Elite women, Natarsha Williams Australia

2000: In this year only one (1) World Cup event was organized

One (1) round event:

  • UCI-BMX World Cup South Park, PA USA

The winners were:

  • In Elite men, Marion Soto (r.i.p.) Colombia
  • In Elite women, Natarsha Williams Australia.

For the time being up till now (2004) there have been NO World Cup events organized.

2014: A series of World Cup / Supercross events determined the overall winner

  • In Elite men, Liam Phillips - GBR.
  • In Elite women, no European rider won.

I.BMX.F. EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP since 1982:

First ever "Open European I.BMX.F. Championship" took place in 1982.

1982: "Open" I.BMX.F. European Championship, Beek & Donk - Holland

Invitation class:

  • Superclass 20", Andy Patterson - USA
  • Expert 16+, Andy Patterson - USA
  • Girls 14+, Kathy Schachel - USA

1983: Two round series:

"Open" I.BMX.F. European Championship, Birmingham - England and at Dijon-France

Invitation class:

  • Superclass 20", Andy Patterson - USA
  • Expert 16+, Tim March - England
  • Girls 14+, Monique Franssen - Holland

1984: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Birmingham - England

  • Superclass 20", Tim March - England
  • Girls 16+, Anita v.d. Mortel - Holland

1985: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Palau de Plegamans - Spain

  • Superclass 20", Leon Walravens - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Gary Llewelyn - England
  • Girls 16+, Monique Franssen - Holland

1986: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Weiterstadt - Germany

  • Superclass 20", Pierre van Zuylen - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Pierre van Zuylen - Holland
  • Girls 16+, Karen Murphy - England

1987: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Houthalen - Belgium

  • Superclass 20", Eric Minozzi - France
  • Superclass 24", Eric Minozzi - France
  • Girls 16+, Sarah Nichols - England

1988: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Slagharen - Holland

  • Superclass 20", Eric Minozzi - France
  • Superclass 24", Bas de Bever - Holland
  • Girls 16+, Melanie van Deene - Holland

1989: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Aalborg - Denmark

  • Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Bas de Bever - Holland
  • Girls 16+, Anita van de Mortel - Holland

1990: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Littau - Switzerland

  • Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Bas de Bever - Holland
  • Girls 17+, Wendy Dekker - Holland

1991: One round event: I.BMX.F. European Championship, Slough - England

  • Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Christophe Leveque - France
  • Girls 18+, Wendy Dekker - Holland

First year EUROPEAN CUP (no official Championship title) and EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP (only official championship titles on classes 12 years and up), due to co-operation between I.BMX.F and FIAC.

1992: One round event: I.BMX.F. / FIAC European Championship, Padoue - Italy

  • Superclass 20", Wilco Groenendaal - Holland
  • Superclass 24", Bas de Bever - Holland
  • Girls 18+, Corine Dorland - Holland

1993: One round event: I.BMX.F. / FIAC European Championship, Marsta - Sweden

  • Superclass 20", Christophe Leveque - France
  • Superclass 24", Christophe Leveque - France
  • Ladies 18+, Corine Dorland - Holland

1994: One round event: I.BMX.F. / FIAC European Championship, Vienna - Austria

  • Superclass 20", Christophe Leveque - France
  • Superclass 24", Bas de Bever - Holland
  • Girls 18+, Karien Gubbels - Holland

1995: One round event: I.BMX.F. / FIAC European Championship, Vallet - France

  • Elite men, Jamie Staff - England
  • Elite women, Corine Dorland - Holland

Starting in 1996 only 6 official EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP titles in total to be won. All other classes compete for the so-called European Challenge (no Euro title). From 1996 I.BMX.F/FIAC became U.C.I.

1996: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Geneva - Switzerland

Overall results of the 4 round series of with the final round was at Geneve - Switzerland:

  • Elite men, Dale Holmes - England
  • Elite women, Kerstin Munski - Germany
  • Elite cruiser, Denis Labigang - France

1997: U.C.I European BMX Championship series, final round at Doetinchem - Holland

Overall results and therefor European Champions:

  • Elite men, Dale Holmes - England
  • Elite women, Karien Gubbels - Holland
  • Elite cruiser, Dennis Wissink - Holland

1998: U.C.I European BMX Championship series, final round at Schwedt an der Oder - Germany

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Thomas Allier - France
  • Elite women, Kerstin Munski - Germany
  • Elite cruiser, Thierry Fouilleul - France

1999: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Valkenswaard - Holland

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Robert de Wilde - Holland
  • Elite women, Nartasha Williams - Australia
  • Elite cruiser, Carmine Falco - France

2000: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Mandeure - France

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Robert de Wilde - Holland
  • Elite women, Ellen Bollanssee - Belgium
  • Elite cruiser, Florent Boutte - France

2001: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Geneva - Switserland

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Florent Boutte - France
  • Elite women, Karine Chambonneau - France
  • Elite cruiser, Dennis Wissink - Holland

Factory Teams: European Champion Factory teams

  • Webco-Mentos BMX Team (TM: Nico Does)

2002: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Esselbach - Germany

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Florent Boutte - France
  • Elite women, Helena Aubry - France
  • Elite cruiser, Dennis Wissink - Holland

2003: U.C.I. European BMX Championship series, final round at Vallet - France

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Ivo Lakucs - Latvia
  • Elite women, Jana Horakova - Czech Republic
  • Elite cruiser, Roger Rinderknecht - Switzerland

2004: U.C.I. European BMX Championship

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Thomas Allier - France
  • Elite Women, Wlly Kanis - Holland
  • Elite cruiser, Mickael Prokop - Czech Republic

2005: U.C.I. European Championship

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Thomas Allier- France
  • Elite women, Laetitia Le Corguille - France
  • Elite cruiser, Jerome Leocadie - France

2006: U.C.I. European Championship

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Arturs Matisons - Latvia
  • Elite women, Laetitia Le Corguille - France

2007: U.C.I. European Championship

Overall results and therefore European Champion:

  • Elite men, Thomas Allier - France
  • Elite women, Anne Caro Chausson - France

2008: UCI European BMX Chamapionship series, final results:

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Maris Strombergs - Latvia
  • Elite women, Laetitia le Corguille - France
  • Elite men cruiser, Thomas Hamon - France
  • Elite women cruiser, Cyrielle Convert - France

2009: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Eilte men, Martijn Scherpen - Holland
  • Elite women, Eva Ailloud- France

2010: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round at Sandness - Norway.

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Ramon van der Biezen - Holland
  • Elite Women, Lieke Klaus - Holland

2011: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round at Haaksbergen - Holland.

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Joris Daudet - France
  • Elite women, Manon Valentino - France

2012: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round at

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Edzus Treimanis - Latvia
  • Elie women, Eva Ailloud - France

2013: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round in Dessel-Belgium.

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Maris Srombergs - Latvia
  • Elite women, Manon Valentino - France

2014: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round in

Overall results and therfore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Maris Strombergs - Latvia
  • Elite women, Laura Smulders - Holland

2015: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round in

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Twan van Gendt - Holland
  • Elite women, Elke VanHoof - Belgium

2016: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round in Verona - Italy.
          Serie of 5 rounds: Zolder-Kampen-Weiterstadt-Calais and Verona

Overall results and therefore European Champions:

  • Elite men, Raymon van der Biezen - Holland
  • Elite women, ..............

2017: UCI European BMX Championship series, final round in Bordeaux - France.

  • Elite men,
  • Elite women,
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