VAL DI SOLE RESULTS AND FINAL POINT STANDINGS FOR ELITE AND U23 RACERS

Complete results for the Men, Women, and Juniors, including the end-of-the-year standings

Titouan Carod won the last Elite Men’s World Cup XCO race of the year, and Nino Schurter finished second in the race to win his record-setting eighth Elite Men’s title. Nino and Julien Absalon remain tied with 33 Elite Men’s World Cup race wins.

Nino Schurter clinched his record-setting eighth XCO World Cup title in Val di Sole. Photo by Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool

ELITE MEN’S XCO RACE RESULTS, VAL DI SOLE:

Titouan Carod won the Elite Men’s XCO race at Val di Sole, ending up second in the Elite Men’s points standings for the year. Photo by Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool

ELITE MEN’S FINAL XCO WORLD CUP POINT STANDINGS:

ELITE WOMEN’S RACING

France’s Pauline Ferrand Prevot rode to a dominant win at Val di Sole with a margin of 1 minute 27 seconds over second-place finisher Loana Lecomte, also of France.

Switzerland’s Jolanda Neff took third, and America’s Haley Batten took fourth. The other top Americans were Kate Courtney who took 13th, Gwendalyn Gibson placed 20th, and Savilia Blunk who ended up in 22nd place.

Pauline Ferrand-Prevot took the Elite Women’s XCO race at the final  World Cup race of the year in Val di Sole. Photo by Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool

ELITE WOMEN’S XCO RACE RESULTS, VAL DI SOLE:

ELITE WOMEN’S XCO FINAL POINT STANDINGS:

Martin Vidaurre Kossmann took the win in the U23 Men’s XCO race in Val di Sole. He won eight of the nine U23 Men’s XCO races in 2022, taking the year’s U23 Men’s title by a margin of 415 points. He will likely be a top contender in the Elite Men’s ranks next year. Photo by Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool 

 

U23 MEN’S XCO RACE RESULTS, VAL DI SOLE:

U23 MEN’S XCO POINT STANDINGS:

U23 WOMEN’S XCO RACE RESULTS, VAL DI SOLE:

U23 WOMEN’S XCO POINT STANDINGS:

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