LATEST UCI WORLD CUP SHORT-TRACK STANDINGS

The Short Track points standings changed after Friday's races at Nove Mesto

Friday’s XC Short Track races in Nove Mesto brought some major changes to the men’s and women’s rankings. Before this weekend’s Short Track races started, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot and Alan Hatherly were leading the rankings for the women and men. We overheard (unofficially) on the race broadcast that Pauline broke her chain in the race, causing her to pull out of the competition, costing her whatever points she would have earned in Friday’s race. Alan Hatherly finished 11th in Nove Mesto on Friday, only 5 seconds off the winning time, but the loss of potential points he would have earned with a higher finish dropped him down to second in the new Short Track points rankings.

Australia’s Rebecca McConnell and Germany’s Luca Schwarzbauer came out of Friday’s races with the new points leads. Below are the points leads of the top 10 riders in the Elite Men’s and Elite Women’s ranks, as shown by Red Bull TV in their live broadcast of the event.

Elite Men, XC Short Track, Standings, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

  1. Luca Schwarzbauer, GER, 495
  2. Alan Hatherly, RSA, 440
  3. Nino Schurter, SUI, 400
  4. Henrique Avancini, BRA, 385
  5. Samuel Gaze, NZL, 360
  6. Filippo Colombo, SUI, 360
  7. Thomas Pidcock, GBR, 310
  8. Thomas Litscher, SUI, 295
  9. Christopher Blevins, USA, 292
  10. Mathias Flückiger, SUI, 288

Elite Women, XC Short Track, Standings, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

  1. Rebecca McConnell, AUS, 600
  2. Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, FRA, 450
  3. Jolanda Neff, SUI, 390
  4. Alessandra Keller, SUI, 390
  5. Sina Frei, SUI, 330
  6. Jenny Rissveds, SWE, 320
  7. Laura Stigger, AUT, 318
  8. Anne Terpstra, NED, 304
  9. Linda Indergand, SUI, 294
  10. Loana Lecomte, FRA, 280

Here are the points as they were shown during Friday’s broadcast on Red Bull TV:

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