World Cup 2019

After the 2004 World Championships, the resort of Les Gets was once again the scene of a major international mountain bike event in 2019: The MTB DHI and XCO World Cup!

Retour à l’international

After 17 years, Les Gets is back on the international scene by hosting the MTB DHI and XCO World Cup. 3 days of competitions took place on the 2 sides of our resort with the DHI event on the Mont-Chery side and the XCO event on the Chavannes sector.
100 000 people spread over the whole weekend were present for the return of this event !


On this first day of competitions, in addition to the qualification for the Downhill World Cup, we had the first event, the Cross Country Short Track World Cup.
During the qualifications, the French started strong with Amaury Pierron and Loïc Bruni taking first and second place. Loris Vergier follows closely in 5th place. On the women’s side, our French rider Marine Caribou takes a comfortable second place behind Tracey Hannah.
For the Cross Country Short Track, the French are once again not ridiculous with a second place on the women’s side for Pauline Ferrand Prevot, just ahead of the American Kate Courtney. In the men’s race, Viktor Koretzky took third place behind Mathieu Van der Poel and Henrique Avancini.


For this second day of competitions, the biggest events were on the agenda with the DHI final for women, men and juniors.
The French were once again at home with a French double in the men’s event for Amaury Pierron in first place followed by Loïc Bruni. They are both ahead of Laurie Greenland.
On the women’s side Hannah Tracey, keeps her first place in the qualifications and still ahead of our French Marine Caribou who gets a second place for this final.
For the Juniors on the men’s side, Frenchman Thibaut Daprela gets the first place of the podium.
In the women’s category, Valentina Holl is the winner of this final..


On this third day, the Olympic Cross-Country final was held for all categories once again.
In the youth category, German Ronja Eibl won. For the men, Romanian Vlad Dascalu won the final.
In the elite category, the women, Kate Courtney wins and takes the first place. Our first French rider Pauline Ferrand Prevot takes the 5th place.
For the men, it is the Italian Nino Schurter who wins. Stéphane Trempier did not lose out with a 4th place.

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