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First Edition Cycling News, Thursday, February 23, 2012

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February 23, 2012, 00:00
  • Albert shouldn't split 'Cross Worlds bonus with teammates, manager says

    New world champion 	Niels Albert (Belgium)
    Article published:
    January 31, 2012, 15:44
    By:
    Cycling News

    Belgian colleagues didn't help him enough to justify their share

    Niels Albert won the World Cyclo-cross Championship on his own and does not need to share his bonus from the national federation with his Belgian teammates, his manager Christophe Roodhooft has told Het Laatste Nieuws. The national coach and federation vehemently disagree with this conclusion.

    Albert won 22,000 Euro as a bonus from the Belgian cycling federation for becoming world champion, which would normally be divided among the other six riders on the team.

    Roodhooft did not think the money should be shared. “Albert has done everything alone," Roodhooft said. "He received no help, on the contrary. They rode in chase of Albert. Why should he have to hand over part of the profits?”

    Albert broke from the pack in Koksijde on the first of ten laps, and his lead was never endangered.  Defending champion Zdenek Stybar of the Czech Republic gave chase, along with Belgians Kevein Pauwels and Sven Nys. "Who is violating the agreements? Albert or the other Belgians?” asked Roodhooft.

    Both national coach Rudy De Bie and sports director Jos Smets of the national federation vigorously opposed Roodhooft's viewpoint.  “This cannot be - it was not the deal,” said De Bie. "Years ago it was agreed that the federation's premium for the Worlds would be divided with teammates. That deal is ratified by the national sports committee. Albert rode the majority of the race alone in the lead, but the other Belgians played their role when Stybar led the chase.”

    Smets echoed those sentiments, saying: “Agreements are to be adhered to. Coach Rudy De Bie has a trust agreement that all the riders made at a meeting. If someone does not agree, he had to say at that time, and not afterwards. Moreover, this is not a new system but has existed for years. Unless the riders themselves agree not to ask for their share, I will assume that the bonus must be shared.”

  • Stybar to race 'cross only as preparation for road

    Elite men's winner Zdenek Stybar (Omega Pharma-QuickStep)
    Article published:
    February 3, 2012, 09:26
    By:
    Cycling News

    Dual seasons a burden

    After his unsuccessful bid to claim a third consecutive world cyclo-cross championship, Zdenek Stybar has decided with his coach that he will no longer be able to put the same kind of focus on 'cross if he intends to perform well in the road season. Stybar finished 13th in Koksijde.

    According to Het Laatste Nieuws, his Omega Pharma-Quickstep manager Wilfried Peeters confirmed that Stybar, with his coach Peter Hespel, has decided that combining the two disciplines to the extent he has for the past two years is no longer possible.

    "Next season, Stybar will race cyclo-cross only as preparation for the road season. He will still race some 'cross, but will no longer fight for the overall rankings. This year was a good learning experience for him, but the results were a bit disappointing. This is why we decided that the current combination is no longer possible."

    Stybar will still race the remainder of the 'cross season, but will then go on a break after the final event in Oostmalle. Peeters said that while last year, Stybar started his road season at the Four Days of Dunkirk at the start of May, his program for the upcoming season has yet to be decided.

    "With the combination of the cyclo-cross and road season, he has raced almost continuously for two years. We want to allow him to rest and not to risk sending him too early to the road," Peeters said.

    Peeters was critical of Stybar's overly ambitious schedule last December, and while reports surfaced saying he would focus on the road, Stybar quickly came back to explain he would continue to pursue his first love: cyclo-cross.

    While the Czech star may not focus on future 'cross domination, he is still going to compete in a few more races this season. After falling ill directly after the world championships in Koksijde, Stybar had doubted his participation for the rest of the season, but said on his personal website that he is starting to feel better and will keep racing.

    "For me it was really hard to accept the fact that I couldn't be at 100% on the most important day for my season," Stybar wrote of the world championships. "Unfortunately, it can happen that you get sick and weeks of training go down the tubes in a matter of hours. However, as is in my nature, I'm trying to get over it as soon as possible, and to leave this experience behind me."

    "The team and I have agreed to continue racing until the end of the cyclo-cross season. After that I'll focus on the road season. I'm not sure which races I'll do yet. At the moment I'm focusing solely on the remaining crosses. The next races are in Lille and Hoogstraten."

  • Did Wellens and two other riders dope the day before Belgian nationals?

    Former world champion Bart Wellens (Telenet - Fidea) takes his first major victory of the season.
    Article published:
    February 3, 2012, 14:58
    By:
    Cycling News

    Belgian court said to have information that Van den Brock administered doping products

    A Belgian court has information that Luc Van den Broeck administered drugs to Bart Wellens and two other riders the day before the Belgian national cyclo-cross championships, Het Nieuwsblad has reported. Bart and Geert Wellens and Kevin Cant are said to have received doping products either through an injection or a drip at his office.

    Van den Broeck, who was questioned for over three hours, denied the charges. “I administered drugs? That makes me laugh. The three have never been together in my office,” he said. “This is pure slander.”

    Bart Wellens was taken to hospital before the nationals suffering from high fever and heart and kidney problems. His house was searched last week as part of a court-ordered doping investigation centering on Van den Broeck.

    Wellens was questioned by the court for several hours yesterday morning. “I have replied to all questions, even those about my relationship with Van den Broeck,” he said. “I hope everything is cleared up soon.”

    Geert Wellens and Keven Cant (Belgian 'cross champion for Elites without contract), were questioned for about 20 minutes each. All three riders gave hair samples which will be tested for evidence of doping.

    Bart Wellens said that a check up at the University Hospital in Antwerp shows that he has no more heart problems. Last week it was claimed that his health emergency stemmed from dental problems, and he is to undergo surgery today to remove the problems.

  • Meeusen achieves elusive season victories

    Tom Meeusen celebrates his first victory of the season at the GVA Trofee event in Lille.
    Article published:
    February 9, 2012, 22:02
    By:
    Christine Vardaros

    Late season success a relief for Belgian 'crosser

    Entering the current cyclo-cross season, Tom Meeusen (Telenet-Fidea) had one goal in mind – to win a major race. The 23-year-old Belgian's sights were set on World Cup, GVA Trofee or Superprestige events. Last weekend he finally achieved his goal in grand fashion by winning two major races in one weekend: GVA Trofee Krawatencross in Lille on Saturday and Superprestige Hoogstraten on Sunday.

    As Meeusen crossed the finish line in Hoogstraten, one would think he would be focusing on how wonderful it was to pull off the win two days in a row, but instead his first thought was, "I'm so happy I can stop pedaling now." His sprint to the line started a little over 1km out which can explain his excitement to finally hold the legs still.

    "Since yesterday I was in the winning mood so I'm just really thrilled that it worked out so well," said Meeusen. "There was a lot of pressure that fell off my shoulders from the wins. I go on training every day to have a victory once this year. Last year I had two victories so this year would be not so good if I had none. I was very scared when it was already February and it didn't happen."

    Racing in a country like Belgium where most of the world's best 'crossers congregate, victories are never easy to attain. "This season there are four really good riders (Niels Albert, Sven Nys, Kevin Pauwels, and Zdenek Stybar), so when someone like me has a super day I am only second or third. There was always at least one of those four who was better which was very frustrating," said Meeusen.

    Of all the World Cup, GVA Trofee and Superprestige events, until Meeusen's two wins, all but one of them were won by the either Albert, Nys, Pauwels or Stybar. The solitary race that got away from the fabulous four was GVA Trofee Essen which was taken by Meeusen's teammate Bart Wellens. He snagged the victory after a last lap mechanical took race leader Nys out of the competition.

    As Meeusen reflects back on his magical weekend, he said with a sigh of relief, "But now I did it. I had my ideal course conditions on the ice both days where I always gain a few extra percentage points towards a chance for victory. Now I can be proud. I can relax knowing I can start the summer season with a mentally good feeling. That will make me motivated to train harder to be even better for next winter… and try to win on non-icy races too!"

    Up to this point he came close to his goal on a few occasions with a second place in Superprestige Gavere and a third place at the Igorre World Cup. In addition, he scored a second in Fidea Scheldecross and a third in both Bosduin's Kalmthout and Rucphen.

    "I simply missed a little bit of luck," said Meeusen. "I don't get so many chances to win so if I get it I have to be both 100 percent and have luck on my side."

    Looking back at Meeusen's season, he has frequently finished in the top five at the toughest events including a fourth place at the World Championships in Koksijde at the end of January. While some riders would allow themselves to rest on their merits, Meeusen credits his unrelenting competitive nature for keeping him motivated for that elusive win.

    "Being consistent is nice but to be really proud of myself I needed a victory in a big race," said Meeusen. "And if I didn't get this win finally, I surely would have been really disappointed!"

    When asked after his victory in Hoogstraten how he will celebrate his successful weekend, he said, "With two sets of 30 minutes on the Tacx [rollers]. There will be time enough to celebrate after the season, so instead I will focus on holding onto my form through the end of the season in hopes of having a few more nice results."

  • Wellens hopes to come back to cyclo-cross racing

    A wave from Bart Wellens (Telenet-Fidea Cycling Team) as he finishes in fifth place.
    Article published:
    February 14, 2012, 15:34
    By:
    Cycling News

    Attended first race after medical problems

    Bart Wellens is determined to at least try and come back to riding on the cyclo-cross circuit, even if he is uncertain as to whether he will succeed. The Belgian is still undergoing medical procedures for the dental problems that are said to have caused the heart and kidney problems which hospitalized him earlier this year.

    He made his first appearance last weekend at a race since being rushed to hospital only hours before the Belgian national championship, attending the races in Middelkerke and Eeklo as an observer.

    “I realize every day more and more that it is a long way back," he said on his website. "I am still easily able to ride, but I do not know if I will be able to ride again at the highest level? But I'll definitely try. During the previous weeks I have often thought about quitting and even talked a lot about it with my wife. But I will still try, and we will decide later in the year what to do. I am still too young to quit and we'll see what the future will bring.”

    Wellens has also enjoyed the continued support of his Telenet-Fidea team.  “And I'm super happy that I keep getting the confidence of the team. I also find it amazing that my teammates are doing well.”

    Meanwhile, the worst of his medical problems have been taken care of, but he has learned a hard lesson.  “I know that I have to give my teeth more than 100 percent care. And that is what I tell everyone, because it can have serious consequences!”

  • GVA Trofee makes sweeping changes

    Tom Meeusen celebrates his first victory of the season at the GVA Trofee event in Lille.
    Article published:
    February 20, 2012, 22:15
    By:
    Cycling News

    Title sponsor exits, overall to be on accumulated time

    One of cyclo-cross's most important series, the Gazet van Antwerpen Trofee, just ended it's 25th year with the finale in Oostmalle this weekend, and despite the newspaper dropping from title sponsor to secondary backer, the Trofee will continue in the next season with a new title supporter soon to be announced. In addition to a new name, the rules of the series will undergo sweeping changes.

    In a novel concept for cyclo-cross, the overall standings will be based on the total accumulated time of a rider rather than the points gathered by placings in each of the eight races.

    Although the top riders in this year's series - Kevin Pauwels, who broke Sven Nys's seven year winning streak this season, Zdenek Stybar and Nys - would likely have had the same positions with these new rules, Pauwels didn't like the idea.

    "For me this is not such a good thing," Pauwels said to cyclo-cross.info. "Normally I'm not too good in the heavy, muddy 'cross, and in the future will be the biggest differences there. It becomes harder for me to win the overall. It is also makes every cross a fight for every second."

    The time losses will be limited to five minutes, according to Sporza.be, with bonus time awarded for the finish and intermediate sprints.

  • Van den Brand retires after 25 years

    Daphny van den Brand (AA Drink - Leontien.nl) finished in second place.
    Article published:
    February 21, 2012, 20:55
    By:
    Christine Vardaros

    Cyclo-cross star reflects on her greatest battles

    After 25 years of racing, AA Drink/Leontien.nl rider Daphny van den Brand finally hangs up the bike. Coming off a very successful season including European Championship title, World Cup overall title, UCI Points leader and a silver medal at World Championships, Van den Brand stands firm on her decision to retire.

    "There just comes a time to stop. Mentally I am tired. At every race you have to go for the win and that takes so much energy to do. And then there is all the travel and everything else that comes with this lifestyle. I did it for a long time and it's now enough."

    Since the age of eight, Van den Brand has raced year-round. "I did summers on the road and winter on the cyclo-cross bike. I used one bike for everything but I got other wheels to ride on in the winter. When I turned 17, I replaced the road racing with mountain biking because I got tired of hearing all the bickering that goes on between the riders in the road races. Shortly after, I met Johan [Van de Ven], my husband and we did mountain bike racing together. But once we were awarded a womens cyclo-cross world championships in 2000, I put everything into 'cross."

    Her dedication to the sport of cyclo-cross definitely paid off. Over the years, 34 year old Van den Brand has collected an impressive array of victories to include a World Championship (2003, Monopoli), 11 National Championships, and 5 European Championships.

    "The two wins that meant the most to me are the World Championships and the 2006 European Championships that were held in Huijbergen [The Netherlands]. That year I had problems with my knee and had to be operated on over the summer. I was three months out of training and then I came back to win this race. It was an emotional day for me."

    What also meant a lot to her was the impact she was able to make on behalf of women in cyclo-cross. Over more than a decade, she has been one of the leaders in pushing key organizations such as UCI to give women more opportunities such as the women's inaugural World Championships in 2000. She has also been instrumental in raising the payout – both start and prize money – from GVA Trofee, World Cup and World Championship events.

    "I can only hope that the girls racing now can pick up where I left off and continue to speak their mind to improve the situation. When you don't say anything, nothing can change – or worse yet, maybe it can get worse."

    When asked what she will miss most after leaving the racing scene, she beams as she explains, "The battles with the other girls - especially with Marianne [Vos]. Two years back we fought every week. It was so much that it gained a lot of attention from the press and media and that was a nice bonus. I will also miss those moments when you have good legs or a good sprint like in [Superprestige] Gieten earlier this season. When you can win in front of Marianne, that's a very nice feeling. It was similar to Worlds in 2003 when everyone thought that Hanka [Kupfernagel] would win the sprint and I took it instead."

    As Van den Brand talks of her exciting battles, she admits that she would consider coming back for another season if her offseason period wasn't so intolerable. "My summer allergies of things like pollen and grass are so bad that I have had to train with a mask for a couple of years. Last summer I was lucky because the summer season came late – only in June. That was a bad month for me but if it's only one month of suffering I can live with it. But I can't count on being so lucky next summer so I will not take the chance." Her summer allergies also took claim of her dreams to participate in the mountain bike Olympics.

    Looking forward, kids are certainly in the plans. "Children are absolutely my second love to cyclo-cross. I worked with children before I was a pro cyclo-cross rider in fact. Johan and I are practicing to have children already," jokes Van den Brand.

    Keeping her busy until the kids arrive is her business that she and Johan started in 2007 called CycleXperience. "In Holland a lot of people know who I am so it is nice that we can have a company based on my name. We do mountain bike clinics as well as weekend trips in the Ardennes and in the Alps in France. My bike won't be hanging up for long since I really like to ride."

    Looking back at her last few months of top quality racing, Van den Brand muses, "I knew that this was the last year that I ride so I drew inspiration from that. Having a defined end point to my career allowed me to give my best to the very end. It is always difficult to stop racing but I'd rather people say it's sad that I quit than say it's time that I quit." Van den Brand won her final race of her career last Sunday at GVA Trofee's Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle - in a sprint against Vos, spending her last moments doing exactly what she loves most.

    Her final public appearance is Wednesday, February 22 at Cyclocross Masters Indoor race in Hasselt, Belgium.

  • Pauwels, Van den Brand top final UCI cyclo-cross rankings

    Daphny Van Den Brand took the World Cup overall
    Article published:
    February 22, 2012, 23:04
    By:
    Cycling News

    Van der Haar best U23 'crosser, Van der Poel top junior

    With the last of the UCI-sanctioned cyclo-cross races taking place this past weekend, the UCI announced today the final cyclo-cross rankings of the 2011-2012 season. Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Revor) topped the elite men's rankings for the first time in his career while Daphny van den Brand (AA Drink – Leontien.nl Cycling Team) concluded her career as the highest-ranked rider in the women's standings.

    Lars van der Haar was the best in the U23 men's category and his Dutch compatriot Mathieu van der Poel finished first in the junior men's rankings. As a nation the Netherlands topped the rankings in every category except the elite men, where Belgium clearly dominated.

    The 2011-2012 season turned out to be a breakthrough season for Kevin Pauwels in the elite men's category. The 27-year-old Belgian captured the bronze medal at the world championships in Koksijde, won four World Cup rounds, three category 1 and four category 2 races, plus was a podium finisher on 14 other occasions. One of his rare off-days was at the Belgian championships where he finished 10th.

    'Cross veteran Sven Nys (Landbouwkrediet) finished in second overall, 153 points behind his compatriot, while Zdenek Stybar (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) placed third, 383 points behind Pauwels. Both Nys and Stybar captured the title at their national championships in Belgium and the Czech Republic respectively. They both disappointed at the World Championships and lost valuable points in the World Cup.

    Fourth-placed Niels Albert (BKCP-Powerplus) was out injured in November but bounced back with a win at the World Championships on home soil in January. Tom Meeusen (Telenet-Fidea) finished fifth overall and at 23 is the youngest rider in the top-five.

    Last Sunday in Oostmalle, Belgium Van den Brand finished just ahead of Dutch and World Champion Marianne Vos (Stichting Rabo Women Cycling Team). The Dutch duo finished in the same position in the UCI rankings where Van den Brand edged out Vos by 40 points, 2,140 to 2,100. While Vos was unbeatable in nearly each of the 17 races she contested, Van den Brand rode a longer season and added points at the European championships, an event that Vos did not contest. Van den Brand won nine races in her final season, including the Koksijde, Belgium round of the World Cup and the European championship in Lucca, Italy.

    USA champion Katie Compton (Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team) finished third overall with 1,740 points, followed by British champion Helen Wyman (Kona Factory Team) with 1,422 points.

    Lars van der Haar (Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team) was in a league of his own in the U23 men's category. The Dutch, European and world champion had a huge margin over his Belgian rival Wietse Bosmans (BKCP-Powerplus), 1,321 points to 551. Van der Haar's points tally was also good enough to finish seventh place on the overall UCI men's rankings.

    Dutch rider Mathieu van der Poel won almost every race in the junior men's category this season. The 17-year-old Dutch champion, European champion and world champion logically topped the rankings with the maximum of 300 points. Quentin Jauregui (France) is best of the rest with 169 points, followed Wout Van Aert (Belgium) in third at 147 points.

    Elite men - Final overall standings
    1 Kevin Pauwels (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 2333 pts
    2 Sven Nys (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 2180  
    3 Zdenek Stybar (Cze) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 1950  
    4 Niels Albert (Bel) BKCP-Powerplus 1617  
    5 Tom Meeusen (Bel) Telenet-Fidea 1505  
    6 Klaas Vantornout (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 1393  
    7 Lars van der Haar (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 1321  
    8 Francis Mourey (Fra) FDJ-Big Mat 1231  
    9 Bart Aernouts (Bel) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 1224  
    10 Rob Peeters (Bel) Telenet-Fidea 1002  
    11 Radomir Simunek (Cze) BKCP-Powerplus 961  
    12 Jeremy Powers (USA) Team Rapha Focus 943  
    13 Bart Wellens (Bel) Telenet-Fidea 829  
    14 Steve Chainel (Fra) FDJ-Big Mat 826  
    15 Ryan Trebon (USA) LTS-Felt 760  
    16 Enrico Franzoi (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 678  
    17 Simon Zahner (Swi) BMC Racing Team 674  
    18 Thijs Van Amerongen (Ned) Team AA Drink-Leontien.nl 626  
    19 Mariusz Gil (Pol) Baboco 626  
    20 Timothy Johnson (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld 602  
    21 Christian Heule (Swi) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld 573  
    22 Dieter Vanthourenhout (Bel) BKCP-Powerplus 570  
    23 Gerben De Knegt (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 564  
    24 Aurelien Duval (Fra) U.V.Aube 553  
    25 Wietse Bosmans (Bel) BKCP-Powerplus 551  
    26 Christoph Pfingsten (Ger) Cyclingteam de Rijke 538  
    27 Marcel Wildhaber (Swi) Scott-Swisspower MTB Racing 529  
    28 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 525  
    29 Ian Field (GBr) Hargroves Cycles 500  
    30 Matthieu Boulo (Fra) Roubaix Lille Metropole 460  
    31 Marcel Meisen (Ger) BKCP-Powerplus 455  
    32 James Driscoll (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld 450  
    33 Cristian Cominelli (Ita) TX Active Bianchi 424  
    34 Nicolas Bazin (Fra) Team Big Mat-Auber 93 422  
    35 Egoitz Murgoitio Rekalde (Spa) Grupo Hirumet Taldea 421  
    36 Philipp Walsleben (Ger) BKCP-Powerplus 415  
    37 Julien Taramarcaz (Swi) BMC Mountain Bike Racing Team 408  
    38 Jonathan Page (USA) Planet Bike-Blue Bicycles 400  
    39 Ben Berden (Bel) Ops Ale-Stoemper 392  
    40 Twan Van Den Brand (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 389  
    41 Elia Silvestri (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 384  
    42 Mike Teunissen (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 375  
    43 Vladimir Kyzivat (Cze) 359  
    44 Thijs Al (Ned) Team AA Drink-Leontien.nl 358  
    45 Petr Dlask (Cze) Madeta Fitness-Specialized 342  
    46 Niels Wubben (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 329  
    47 Martin Zlamalik (Cze) Landbouwkrediet - KDL 328  
    48 Julian Alaphilippe (Fra) 296  
    49 Stan Godrie (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 286  
    50 Zach McDonald (USA) Team Rapha Focus 283  
    51 Arnaud Jouffroy (Fra) Telenet-Fidea 266  
    52 Isaac Suarez Fernandez (Spa) 266  
    53 Justin Lindine (USA) Bikereg.com-Joe's Garage 264  
    54 Marco Bianco (Ita) L´Arcobaleno Carraro Team 258  
    55 Lars Boom (Ned) Rabobank 255  
    56 Michiel Van Der Heijden (Ned) 250  
    57 Magnus Darvell (Swe) 241  
    58 David Kasek (Cze) 236  
    59 Vinnie Braet (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 232  
    60 Marek Konwa (Pol) 228  
    61 Jiri Polnicky (Cze) Whirlpool-Author 226  
    62 Geoff Kabush (Can) Maxxis-Rocky Mountain 226  
    63 Todd Wells (USA) Specialized Racing 224  
    64 Gianni Vermeersch (Bel) BKCP-Powerplus 223  
    65 John Gadret (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 221  
    66 David Van Der Poel (Ned) BKCP-Powerplus 220  
    67 Arnaud Grand (Swi) Telenet-Fidea 218  
    68 Christopher Jones (USA) Team Rapha Focus 217  
    69 Sascha Weber (Ger) Team Differdange - Magic-Sportfood.de 214  
    70 Robert Gavenda (Svk) Landbouwkrediet - KDL 207  
    71 Yu Takenouchi (Jpn) 207  
    72 Dylan McNicholas (USA) Cyclocrossworld.com 206  
    73 Javier Ruiz De Larrinaga Ibanez (Spa) 201  
    74 Laurens Sweeck (Bel) Landbouwkrediet - KDL 200  
    75 Tijmen Eising (Ned) Sunweb-Revor 198  
    76 Gert-Jan Bosman (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 190  
    77 Patrick Van Leeuwen (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 190  
    78 Chris Sheppard (Can) Rocky Mountain Bicycles-Shimano 187  
    79 Micki Van Empel (Ned) Telenet-Fidea 186  
    80 Tim Merlier (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 180  
    81 Marco Aurelio Fontana (Ita) 174  
    82 Jan Denuwelaere (Bel) Style & Concept 172  
    83 Luke Keough (USA) Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross 172  
    84 Craig Richey (Can) Renner Custom - Raleigh 170  
    85 Johannes Sickmüller (Ger) Feenstra Stevens Bike Team 169  
    86 Evan McNeely (Can) EMD Serono-Specialized 166  
    87 Paul Oldham (GBr) Hope Factory Racing 165  
    88 Kenneth Hansen (Den) Haderslev Starup 159  
    89 José Antonio Hermida Ramos (Spa) Multivan Merida Biking Team 158  
    90 Troy Wells (USA) Team Clif Bar 155  
    91 Keiichi Tsujiura (Jpn) Team Bridgestone Anchor 155  
    92 Vincent Baestaens (Bel) Landbouwkrediet 152  
    93 Jody Crawforth (GBr) Hargroves Cycles 150  
    94 Lubomir Petrus (Cze) 147  
    95 Michael Vanthourenhout (Bel) BOXX 146  
    96 Travis Livermon (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 145  
    97 Karel Hnik (Cze) Telenet-Fidea 144  
    98 Martin Haring (Svk) 141  
    99 Tom Van Den Bosch (Bel) Team AA Drink-Leontien.nl 140  
    100 Tristan Schouten (USA) Cyclocrossracing.com p/b Blue Bicycles 137  
    101 Lukas Flückiger (Swi) Trek World Racing Team 135  
    102 David Menut (Fra) 134  
    103 Joeri Adams (Bel) Telenet-Fidea 132  
    104 Jan Nesvadba (Cze) 131  
    105 Brian Matter (USA) Gear Grinder - Clif Bar 131  
    106 Aitor Hernandez Gutierrez (Spa) 130  
    107 Mitchell Huenders (Ned) Cyclingteam Jo Piels 130  
    108 Lukas Winterberg (Swi) Philadelphia Cyclocross School 130  
    109 Gusty Bausch (Lux) 129  
    110 Clément Venturini (Fra) 126  
    111 Clément Bourgoin (Fra) Charvieu Chavagneux I.C. 125  
    112 Fabio Ursi (Ita) C.S.Esercito 124  
    113 Marco Ponta (Ita) Esercito 121  
    114 Jelle Brackman (Bel) 121  
    115 Steven James (GBr) Hargroves Cycles 120  
    116 Michael Schweizer (Ger) Stevens Racing Team 118  
    117 Kenneth Van Compernolle (Bel) Style & Concept Cycling Team 118  
    118 Mirko Tabacchi (Ita) 114  
    119 Luca Damiani (Ita) Kenda 112  
    120 Mark Batty (Can) SpiderTech Powered By C10 111  
    121 Daniel Geismayr (Aut) 105  
    122 Jens Adams (Bel) BKCP-Powerplus 103  
    123 Cody Kaiser (USA) California Giant-Specialized 102  
    124 Bojan Djurdjic (Srb) 100  
    125 Fabian Lienhard (Swi) 100  
    125 Jasmin Becirovic (Cro) 100  
    127 Robin Seymour (Irl) 100  
    127 Marcos Altur Boronat (Spa) 100  
    129 Szilard Buruczki (Hun) 100  
    130 Sami Tiainen (Fin) 100  
    131 Liam Killeen (GBr) 100  
    132 Mike Garrigan (Can) Lapierre Canada 100  
    133 Kévin Bouvard (Fra) Evian-Velo 98  
    134 Tomas Paprstka (Cze) 97  
    135 Jeremy Durrin (USA) J.A.M. Fund - NCC 96  
    136 Vojtech Nipl (Cze) Simunek Cycling Project 91  
    137 Barry Wicks (USA) Kona 91  
    138 Joachim Parbo (Den) Challenge Tires 90  
    139 Daniel Summerhill (USA) Chipotle Development Team 90  
    140 Floris De Tier (Bel) Baboco 90  
    141 Mitchell Hoke (USA) Team Clif Bar 86  
    142 Oscar Vazquez Crespo (Spa) 84  
    143 Marek Cichosz (Pol) Legia-Felt 83  
    144 Zdenek Mlynar (Cze) 83  
    145 Emiel Dolfsma (Ned) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 82  
    146 Jerome Townsend (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 80  
    147 Yannick Mayer (Ger) Team NSP 79  
    148 Yannick Eckmann (Ger) Pearlizumi-Shimano-Focus 79  
    149 Ondrej Bambula (Cze) 76  
    150 Corne Van Kessel (Ned) Telenet-Fidea 75  
    151 Christian Helmig (Lux) 75  
    152 Guillaume Perrot (Fra) E.C. St Etienne - Loire 71  
    153 Milan Barenyi (Svk) 71  
    154 Jérome Chevallier (Fra) Amicale Cycliste Bisontin 70  
    155 Lars Forster (Swi) 69  
    156 Daniele Braidot (Ita) 68  
    157 Jared Stafford (Can) Ride With Rendall 66  
    158 Jim Aernouts (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 66  
    159 Arnold Jeannesson (Fra) 66  
    160 Diether Sweeck (Bel) Landbouwkrediet - KDL 65  
    161 Eddy Van IJzendoorn (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 65  
    162 Kenta Gallagher (GBr) Team Scott UK 65  
    163 Inigo Gomez Elorriaga (Spa) 64  
    164 Luca Braidot (Ita) 64  
    165 Adam Myerson (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 63  
    166 Dave De Cleyn (Bel) Scott USA Cycling Team 63  
    167 Vaclav Metlicka (Svk) Johnson Control 62  
    168 Derrick St. John (Can) Stevens p/b The Cyclery 62  
    169 Nicholas Craig (GBr) Team Scott UK 61  
    170 Théo Dumanchin (Fra) Amcbisontine 61  
    171 Aleksa Maric (Srb) 60  
    172 Alexander Gehbauer (Aut) 60  
    172 Kamil Gradek (Pol) 60  
    172 Jonas Pedersen (Den) 60  
    172 Pavao Roset (Cro) 60  
    176 Rodger Aiken (Irl) 60  
    177 Gabor Fejes (Hun) 60  
    178 Linus Dahlberg (Swe) 60  
    179 Henri Ojala (Fin) 60  
    180 Kohei Yamamoto (Jpn) 60  
    181 David Lozano Riba (Spa) 60  
    182 Karl Heinz Gollinger (Aut) 58  
    183 David Fletcher (GBr) Boardman Elite 57  
    184 Bastien Duculty (Fra) 57  
    185 Masanori Kosaka (Jpn) 55  
    186 Bart Hofman (Bel) 55  
    187 Bryan Falaschi (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 54  
    188 Lukas Müller (Swi) Philadelphia Cyclocross School 53  
    189 Weston Schempf (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes 53  
    190 Jose Antonio Diez Arriola (Spa) 52  
    191 Emilien Viennet (Fra) 52  
    192 Pablo Rodriguez Guede (Spa) 50  
    193 Sven Beelen (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 50  
    194 Hikaru Kosaka (Jpn) 49  
    195 Erlantz Uriarte Okamika (Spa) 48  
    196 Ryan Knapp (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross 48  
    197 Grant Ferguson (GBr) Boardman Elite 48  
    198 Jon Gomez Elorriaga (Spa) 48  
    199 Radek Polnicky (Cze) Simunek Cycling Project 48  
    200 Florian Vögel (Swi) 47  
    201 Tommy Nielsen (Den) 45  
    202 David Hidalgo Garcia (Spa) 45  
    203 Ruben Ruzafa Cueto (Spa) 45  
    204 Aketza Pena Iza (Spa) 44  
    205 Aaron Schooler (Can) Team H&R Block 43  
    206 Pirmin Lang (Swi) 43  
    207 Eric Brungger (Swi) Philadelphia Cyclocross School 43  
    208 Ole Quast (Ger) Stevens Racing Team 42  
    209 Bartosz Pilis (Pol) 42  
    210 Jeffrey Bahnson (USA) Van Dessel Factory Team 42  
    211 Allen Krughoff (USA) Boulder Cycle Sport 42  
    212 Igor Smarzaro (Ita) Team Arcobaleno Carraro Trentino 40  
    213 Emil Arvid Olsen (Den) 40  
    214 Ivan Jovanovic (Srb) 40  
    215 Dario Stäuble (Swi) 40  
    215 Igor Rudan (Cro) 40  
    215 Sergio Mantecon Gutierrez (Spa) 40  
    215 Pascal Triebel (Lux) 40  
    215 Slawomir Pituch (Pol) 40  
    220 Matthew Adair (Irl) 40  
    221 Zoltan Vigh (Hun) 40  
    222 Jens Westergren (Swe) 40  
    223 Jeremy Martin (Can) 40  
    224 Kimmo Kananen (Fin) 40  
    225 Atsushi Maruyama (Jpn) 40  
    226 Patrick Gaudy (Bel) Barracuda 40  
    227 Robert Gehbauer (Aut) 39  
    228 Nico Brüngger (Swi) EKZ Racing Team 38  
    229 Ismael Felix Barba Frutos 38  
    230 Joseph Welsh (USA) Raleigh All Stars 37  
    231 Laurent Colombatto (Fra) Amicale Cycliste Bisontin 36  
    232 Luke Gray (GBr) 36  
    233 Andreas Moser (Swi) Zaunteam Mittleand-VC Butzberg 36  
    234 René Lang (Swi) VMC Liestal 35  
    235 Xandro Meurisse (Bel) 33  
    236 Shawn Milne (USA) Essex County Velo - Driven by Mazda 31  
    237 Robert Glajza (Svk) 30  
    238 Boris Popovic (Srb) 30  
    239 Michael Winterberg (Swi) 30  
    239 Patryk Kostecki (Pol) 30  
    239 Andrzej Kaiser (Pol) 30  
    239 Endi Širol (Cro) 30  
    239 Pit Schlechter (Lux) 30  
    244 Jesse Keough (USA) Champion System p/b Keough Cyclocross 30  
    244 Wenzel Böhm-Gräber 30  
    244 Abel Garcia (Spa) 30  
    244 Evan Ryan (Irl) 30  
    248 Zsolt Búr (Hun) 30  
    249 Jesper Dahlström (Swe) 30  
    250 Felix Coté Bouvette (Can) 30  
    251 Juha Kangaskokko (Fin) 30  
    252 Mauro Gonzalez Fontan (Spa) 30  
    253 Ralph Naef (Swi) 30  
    254 Raphael Gagne (Can) Rocky Mountain 30  
    255 Filip Adel (Cze) 30  
    256 Kenny Geluykens (Bel) 30  
    257 Joshua Dillon (USA) RGM Watches-Richard Sachs 30  
    258 Jack Clarkson (GBr) Hope Factory Racing 29  
    259 Camille Thominet (Fra) 28  
    260 Robert Marion (USA) American Classic - Blue 28  
    261 Sean Babcock (USA) Kona 28  
    262 Bryan Fawley (USA) Orbea Factory-Dallas Bike Works 27  
    263 Thomas Paccagnella (Ita) Work Service 27  
    264 Kazuhiro Yamamoto (Jpn) 26  
    265 Jens Vandekinderen (Bel) Telenet-Fidea 26  
    266 Tyler Wren (USA) Boo Bicycles 26  
    267 Melvin Rulliere (Fra) CR Bourgogne 25  
    268 Fabian Brzezinski (Ger) 25  
    269 Marko Popovic (Srb) 25  
    270 Nicolas Samparisi (Ita) Della Bona Damiani 25  
    270 Kamil Wolkiewicz (Pol) 25  
    270 Kornel Osicki (Pol) 25  
    270 Matija Krivec (Cro) 25  
    270 Roland Mörx (Aut) 25  
    270 Benn Würth (Lux) 25  
    276 Anthony Doyle (Irl) 25  
    276 Jan Büchmann (Ger) 25  
    278 Zsolt Vinczeffy (Hun) 25  
    279 Maros Kovac (Svk) 25  
    280 Ludwig Söderquist 25  
    281 Mitchell Bailey (Can) 25  
    281 Andrew Watson (Can) 25  
    283 Olli Miettinen (Fin) 25  
    284 Kristof Cop (Bel) 25  
    285 Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (USA) 24  
    286 Stijn Huys (Bel) Orange Babies 24  
    287 Julien Roussel (Fra) CR Normandie 23  
    288 Tom Last (GBr) Sigma Sport/Specialized 21  
    288 Daniel Guerrero (Spa) 21  
    290 Julien Absalon (Fra) 21  
    291 Jonathan Lastra Martinez (Spa) 21  
    292 Lewis Craven (GBr) Wheelbase.co.uk/Cannondale 21  
    293 Lewis Rattray (Aus) 20  
    294 David Quist (Nor) 20  
    295 Dejan Maric (Srb) 20  
    296 Lorenzo Samparisi (Ita) Della Bona Damiani 20  
    296 Allan Juul (Den) 20  
    296 Wojciech Herba (Pol) 20  
    296 Vincent Dias Dos Santos 20  
    296 Ben Sumner (GBr) Beeline Bicycles RT 20  
    296 Aleksander Dorozala (Pol) 20  
    296 Christoph Mick (Aut) 20  
    296 Stef Boden (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 20  
    296 Marcel Wildhaber (Swi) Scott-Swisspower MTB Racing 20  
    296 Darko Krivanj (Cro) 20  
    306 Daragh Mortimer (Irl) 20  
    306 Skyler Trujillo (USA) CYF Divo 20  
    306 Markus Schulte-Luenzum (Ger) 20  
    309 Peter Fenyvesi (Hun) 20  
    310 Mikael Salomonsson (Swe) 20  
    311 Andrew L'esperance (Can) 20  
    312 Samuel Halme (Fin) 20  
    313 David Thely (Fra) 20  
    314 Helmut Trettwer (Ger) 20  
    315 Tim Van Nuffel (Bel) DCM-GB Vorselaar 20  
    316 Romain Lejeune (Fra) U.V.Aube 20  
    317 Max Walsleben (Ger) 19  
    318 Matt Shriver (USA) 18  
    319 Angelo De Clercq (Bel) Sunweb-Revor 18  
    320 Florian Le Corre (Fra) Roubaix Lille Metropole 17  
    321 Irwin Gras (Fra) 17  
    322 Kevin Fish (USA) KCCX-Fuji p/b Challenge Tires 16  
    323 Julian Lehmann (Ger) 16  
    324 Andrew Wulfkuhle (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes 16  
    325 Santiago Armero Sanchez (Spa) 16  
    326 Jan Skarnitzl (Cze) 16  
    327 Kris Lapere (Bel) 16  
    328 Christian Favata (USA) RGM Watches - Richard Sachs 16  
    329 Oliver Strbac (Srb) 15  
    330 Wojciech Malec (Pol) 15  
    330 Gabriel Chavanne (Swi) 15  
    330 Henrik Veiergang (Den) 15  
    330 Sebastian Hannöver (Ger) 15  
    330 Henk Jaap Moorlag (Ned) 15  
    330 Piotr Antkowiak (Pol) 15  
    330 Bernd Tauderer (Aut) 15  
    330 Lee Westwood (GBr) Cycle Shack/Forme Coaching 15  
    330 Domagoj Breznik (Cro) 15  
    339 Stuart Galloway (Irl) 15  
    340 Peter Szabo (Hun) 15  
    341 Matej Vysna (Svk) 15  
    342 Christian Bertilsson (Swe) 15  
    343 Adam Morka (Can) Trek Canada 15  
    343 Michael Van Den Ham (Can) 15  
    345 Toni Tähti (Fin) 15  
    346 Martin Gujan (Swi) Cannondale Factory Racing 15  
    347 Arnaud Labbe (Fra) 15  
    348 Toon Devenyns (Bel) 15  
    349 Matthias Brandle (Aut) 15  
    350 Jaime Juncal (Spa) 14  
    351 Molly Cameron (USA) Metafilter 14  
    352 Michael Boros (Cze) 14  
    353 Lee Williams (GBr) Team Wiggle 13  
    354 Jake Wells (USA) Stan's NoTubes Elite Cyclocross Team 13  
    355 Ludovic Renard (Fra) VS Chartrain 12  
    356 Kobus Hereijgers (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 12  
    357 Daniel Chabanov (USA) RGM Watches-Richard Sachs 12  
    358 David Collins (GBr) Hope Factory Racing 12  
    359 Fabio Alfonso Todaro (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 11  
    359 Andrew Hargroves (GBr) Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/Spec 11  
    361 Yoshimitsu Tsuji (Jpn) 11  
    362 Daniel Booth (GBr) Cult Racing 11  
    363 Dimitriy Sorokin (Lat) 10  
    364 Nikola Šibar (Srb) 10  
    365 Pavel Potocki (Cro) 10  
    365 Andrzej Michniak (Pol) 10  
    365 Mateusz Chmurzewski (Pol) 10  
    365 Moreno Hofland (Ned) 10  
    365 Dylan Page (Swi) 10  
    365 Rudiger Selig (Ger) 10  
    365 Tommy Jacobsen (Den) 10  
    365 Simon Richardson (GBr) 10  
    365 Tom Flammang (Lux) 10  
    365 Gerald Hauer (Aut) 10  
    375 Javier Hernández (Spa) 10  
    375 Daniel Gerow (USA) Wolverines-Acfstores.com 10  
    375 Ciarán Byrne (Irl) 10  
    378 Attila Bela (Hun) 10  
    379 Lukáš Batora (Svk) 10  
    380 Martin Eriksson (Swe) 10  
    381 Conor O'Brien (Can) EMD Serono Specialized 10  
    382 Juhana Hietala (Fin) 10  
    383 Ivo Plevak (Cze) 10  
    384 Mitchell Kersting (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross 10  
    385 Thomas Mair (Aut) 10  
    386 Jesse Anthony (USA) World Bicycle Relief 10  
    387 Edward King (USA) Liquigas-Cannondale-iamtedking.com 10  
    388 Sean De Bie (Bel) 10  
    389 Alberto Sainz Ontalvill (Spa) 10  
    390 Hans Becking (Ned) 10  
    391 Seigo Yamamoto (Jpn) 9  
    392 Théo Vimpere (Fra) 9  
    393 Steve Fisher (USA) Revel Consulting - Rad Racing NW 9  
    394 Jakub Skala (Cze) 9  
    395 Jared Nieters (USA) Haymarket-Seavs Racing 9  
    396 Agustin Navarro Vidal (Spa) 8  
    397 Jürgen Pechhacker (Aut) 8  
    398 Kevin Cant (Bel) Van Goethem 8  
    399 Jean-Christophe Peraud 8  
    400 Ryan Fawley (USA) Trek 8  
    401 Yusuke Hatanaka (Jpn) 8  
    402 Jaroslav Kulhavy (Cze) Specialized 8  
    403 Mathias Flückiger (Swi) Trek World Racing Team 8  
    404 Kevin Noiles (Can) Sportique 8  
    405 Pierre Garson (Fra) 8  
    406 Alec Donahue (USA) Joe's Garage 7  
    407 Travis Woodruff (USA) Trek-Boulder/MomentumEndurance 7  
    408 Jonathan Hamblen (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 7  
    409 Yoann Corbihan (Fra) Hennebont Cyclisme 6  
    410 David Derepas (Fra) Entente Adeaf Deutsch Prodialog 6  
    411 Nathan Wyatt (USA) Carolina Fatz Cycling Center p/b Industry Nine 6  
    412 Aaron Bradford (USA) Rocklobster 6  
    412 Matej Lasak (Cze) 6  
    414 Manny Goguen (USA) BikeReg.com - Joe's Garage 6  
    414 Peter Presslauer (Aut) 6  
    416 Raymond Kunzli (Swi) 6  
    417 Matthias Bossuyt (Bel) 6  
    418 Brian Lopes (USA) Oakley-Ibis 6  
    419 Vaclav Jezek (Cze) 6  
    420 Anthony Clark (USA) J.A.M. Fund - NCC 6  
    421 Anthonin Didier (Fra) 6  
    422 Rudy Kowalski (Fra) 6  
    423 Saul Lopez (Spa) 6  
    424 Toon Aerts (Bel) 6  
    425 Sigvard Kukk (Est) 5  
    426 Michael Haydn (Aut) 5  
    427 Djordje Stevanovic (Srb) 5  
    428 Domenico Papaleo (Srb) 5  
    428 Andreas Rasmussen (Den) 5  
    428 Bartosz Banach (Pol) 5  
    428 Marko Trajkovic (Cro) 5  
    428 Erwan Goasguen (Fra) 5  
    428 Harald Starzengruber (Aut) 5  
    428 William Bjergfelt (GBr) Motorpoint Pro Cycling Team 5  
    428 Scott Thiltges (Lux) 5  
    428 Lukasz Milewski (Pol) 5  
    428 Taylor Johnstone (GBr) Team de Ver 5  
    428 Fabian Obrist (Swi) 5  
    439 Gunnar Bergey (USA) C3-Athletes Serving Athletes 5  
    439 Robert Scanlon (Irl) 5  
    439 Fernando San Emeterio Gandiaga (Spa) 5  
    439 Jannick Geisler (Ger) 5  
    443 Andras Toth (Hun) 5  
    444 Stefan Gajdosik (Svk) 5  
    445 Jesper Larsson (Swe) 5  
    446 Mark McConnell (Can) Synergy Racing 5  
    446 Stephen Cooley (Can) 5  
    448 Marko Leppämäki (Fin) 5  
    449 Joseph Schmalz (USA) KCCX-Fuji p/b Challenge Tires 4  
    450 Giancarlo Dalle Angelini (USA) Rio Blanco 4  
    451 Daniel Ania Gonzalez (Spa) 4  
    452 Nathaniel Ward (USA) 4  
    453 Petr Hampl (Cze) 4  
    454 Crispin Doyle (GBr) Swindon RC 4  
    455 Martino Fruet (Ita) 4  
    456 Greg Wittwer (USA) Alan North America Cycling Team 4  
    457 Cory Burns (USA) Full Moon Vista 4  
    458 Fabien Doubey (Fra) 4  
    459 Christophe Balannec (Fra) 4  
    460 Milorad Stojicic (Srb) 3  
    461 Francesco Acqvaviva (Ita) 3  
    461 Lex Reichling (Lux) 3  
    461 Matthew Gee (GBr) 3  
    461 Danny Skovgren (Den) 3  
    461 Petar Vukovic (Cro) 3  
    461 Tomasz Marzec (Pol) 3  
    461 Szymon Bialas (Pol) 3  
    461 Jonas Baumann (Swi) 3  
    461 Roland Thalmann (Swi) 3  
    461 Marcus Kaufmann (Ger) 3  
    471 Gonzalo De Luis (Spa) 3  
    471 Enno Quast (Ger) 3  
    471 Patrick Bradley (USA) Philadelphia Cyclocross School 3  
    471 Niall O'Hara (Irl) 3  
    475 Soma Balazs (Hun) 3  
    476 Yoshitaka Hama (Jpn) 3  
    476 Jaroslav Chalas (Svk) 3  
    478 Petter Persson (Swe) 3  
    479 Kevin Calhoun (Can) 3  
    479 Andrew De Cal (Can) 3  
    481 Erkko Salonen (Fin) 3  
    482 Jeroen Boelen (Ned) 3  
    482 Alex Flavio Longhi 3  
    484 Bart De Vocht (Bel) 3  
    485 Isaac Neff (USA) 2  
    486 Bradley White (USA) UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 2  
    487 Arnaud Gerard (Fra) 2  
    488 Geert Wellens (Bel) 2  
    489 Jordi Rene (Spa) 2  
    490 Takashi Miyazawa (Jpn) 2  
    491 Corey Stelljes (USA) Willy Bikes 2  
    492 Shinya Ikemoto (Jpn) 2  
    493 Thomas Lechermann (Ger) 2  
    494 Asier Arregui Dominguez (Spa) 2  
    495 Michal Malík (Cze) 2  
    496 Filip Eberl (Cze) 2  
    497 Wayne Bray (USA) Embrocation Cycling Journal 2  
    498 Jacob Lasley (USA) Team Soundpony 2  
    499 Johannes Huseby (USA) Cyclocrossworld.com 2  
    500 Evan Guthrie (Can) Rocky Mountain Bicycles Factory Team 2  
    501 Dany Lacroix (Bel) 2  
    502 Damien Mougel (Fra) Velo Sprint Eguisheim 2  
    503 Loic Doubey (Fra) 2  
    504 Paulo Gonzalez Fontan (Spa) 2  
    505 Clément Le Bras (Fra) 2  
    506 Robin Eckmann (USA) Pearl Izumi-Shimano Team 1  
    507 Carlos Hernandez Garcia (Spa) 1  
    508 Bradford Perley (USA) Champion System-Cannondale 1  
    509 Adam Kožušník (Cze) 1  
    510 Sven Baumann (Ger) 1  
    511 Masayuki Goda (Jpn) 1  
    511 Thibault Taboury (Fra) V.C. Vaulx En Velin 1  
    513 Michael Cotty (GBr) 1  
    514 Lukas Stoiber (Aut) 1  
    515 Ryan Leech (USA) Hilton Head Cycling 1  
    516 Brandon Gritters (USA) Rock n' Road Cyclery 1  
    517 Nathan Chown (Can) Team CF 1  
    518 Milan Spesny (Cze) 1  
    519 Tim Allen (USA) Niner Stan's Ergon 1  
    520 Robby Cobbaert (Bel) 1  
    521 Michel Vuelta Izquierdo (Spa) 1  
    522 Pierrick Valomet (Fra) 1  
    Elite men - Final nation standings
    1 Belgium 6130 pts
    2 Czech Republic 3270  
    3 France 2610  
    4 Netherlands 2511  
    5 United States 2305  
    6 Switzerland 1776  
    7 Italy 1486  
    8 Germany 1408  
    9 Poland 937  
    10 Spain 888  
    11 Great Britain 815  
    12 Canada 583  
    13 Japan 422  
    14 Slovakia 419  
    15 Sweden 341  
    16 Denmark 309  
    17 Luxembourg 244  
    18 Austria 223  
    19 Serbia 200  
    20 Croatia 200  
    21 Ireland 200  
    22 Hungary 200  
    23 Finland 200  
    24 Australia 20  
    25 Norway 20  
    26 Latvia 10  
    27 Estonia 5  
    Elite women - Final overall standings
    1 Daphny van den Brand (Ned) AA Drink - Leontien.nl 2140 pts
    2 Marianne Vos (Ned) Rabobank Women's Team 2100  
    3 Katherine Compton (USA) Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team 1740  
    4 Helen Wyman (GBr) Kona Factory Racing 1422  
    5 Lucie Chainel-Lefevre (Fra) 1392  
    6 Sanne van Paassen (Ned) Brainwash 1350  
    7 Sanne Cant (Bel) BOXX Veldritacademie 1333  
    8 Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team 1290  
    9 Nikki Harris (GBr) Telenet-Fidea Cycling Team 1124  
    10 Pavla Havlikova (Cze) Telenet-Fidea Cycling Team 950  
    11 Sophie de Boer (Ned) Telenet-Fidea Cycling Team 899  
    12 Caroline Mani (Fra) CC Etupes 760  
    13 Jasmin Achermann (Swi) Team Focus Bikes-Velo Club Rain 732  
    14 Meredith Miller (USA) California Giant-Specialized 724  
    15 Sabrina Stultiens (Ned) Brainwash 676  
    16 Arenda Grimberg (Ned) 591  
    17 Joyce Vanderbeken (Bel) Cycling Team Vermeeren 590  
    18 Kaitlin Antonneau (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld 587  
    19 Sabrina Schweizer (Ger) Focus MIG Team 512  
    20 Pauline Ferrand-Prevot (Fra) Rabobank-Giant Off-road Team 502  
    21 Amy Dombroski (USA) Crankbrothers Race Club 501  
    22 Gabriella Day (GBr) Renner Custom Cyclocross Team 497  
    23 Linda van Rijen (Ned) Skil 481  
    24 Nicole Duke (USA) Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld 480  
    25 Hanka Kupfernagel (Ger) Stevens 468  
    26 Nikoline Hansen (Den) Bov CC-Denmark 431  
    27 Julie Krasniak (Fra) Team Rapha Focus 401  
    28 Christine Majerus (Lux) 398  
    29 Martina Mikulaskova (Cze) Simunek Cycling Project 394  
    30 Hilde Quintens (Bel) Van Goethem - Prorace Cycling Team 351  
    31 Reza Hormes-Ravenstijn (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 346  
    32 Maureen Bruno Roy (USA) Bob's Red Mill p/b Seven Cycles 344  
    33 Andrea Smith (USA) LadiesFirst Racing 316  
    34 Laura Van Gilder (USA) C3 p/b Mellow Mushroom 305  
    35 Ellen Van Loy (Bel) Kriekel Cycling Team Tessenderlo 301  
    36 Susan Butler (USA) River City Bicyles-Ridley 287  
    37 Teal Stetson-Lee (USA) California Giant-Specialized 285  
    38 Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Pro Team 279  
    39 Eva Lechner (Ita) 260  
    40 Vania Rossi (Ita) 247  
    41 Christine Vardaros (USA) Baboco 244  
    42 Nancy Bober (Bel) Style & Concept Cycling Team 243  
    43 Margriet Kloppenburg (Den) 243  
    44 Christel Ferrier-Bruneau (Fra) Beziers-Mediterranee Cycle 242  
    45 Ayako Toyooka (Jpn) 242  
    46 Asa Maria Erlandsson (Swe) 233  
    47 Lise-Marie Henzelin (Swi) Cycles Velo Passion 216  
    48 Alice Maria Arzuffi (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 213  
    49 Sally Annis (USA) crossresults.com p/b JRA Cycles 207  
    50 Chloe Forsman (USA) Race Club 11 205  
    51 Nicole De Bie - Leyten 196  
    52 Gesa Bruchmann (Ger) 194  
    53 Olga Wasiuk (Pol) 190  
    54 Tessa Van Nieuwpoort (Ned) 190  
    55 Nicole Thiemann (USA) Team CF 188  
    56 Kajsa Snihs (Swe) 176  
    57 Marlène Morel Petitgirard (Fra) V.C.C. Morteau Montbenoit 174  
    58 Kim Van De Steene (Bel) Afdeling Oost-Vlaanderen WBV - VZW 172  
    59 Katrien Thijs (Bel) K. Edegem Bicycle Club - BMX R 167  
    60 Sakiko Miyauchi (Jpn) 164  
    61 Annefleur Kalvenhaar (Ned) Giant Dealerteams 149  
    62 Sabrina Maurer (Swi) bsk Graf 145  
    63 Pepper Harlton (Can) Juventus Cycling Club 143  
    64 Katherine Sherwin (USA) Stans's NoTubes Elite Cyclocross Team 142  
    65 Mical Dyck (Can) Pro City Racing 139  
    66 Crystal Anthony (USA) LadiesFirst Racing 135  
    67 Stéphanie Vaxillaire-Denuit (Fra) CR Bourgogne 123  
    68 Annie Last (GBr) 120  
    69 Emily Batty (Can) Subaru-Trek 117  
    70 Katrin Leumann (Swi) 112  
    71 Arley Kemmerer (USA) C3 - Athletes Serving Athletes 105  
    72 Valentina Scandolara (Ita) 104  
    73 Jovana Crnogorac (Srb) 100  
    74 Mia Radotic (Cro) 100  
    74 Jacqueline Hahn (Aut) 100  
    76 Rocio Martin Rodriguez (Spa) 100  
    77 Eszter Dosa (Hun) 100  
    78 Janka Stevkova (Svk) 100  
    79 Maija Rossi (Fin) 100  
    80 Mary McConneloug (USA) Kenda-Seven-NoTubes 100  
    81 Carolyn Popovic (USA) Team CF 95  
    82 Meghan Korol (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross 93  
    83 Amanda Carey (USA) Kenda-Felt 91  
    84 Madara Furmane (Lat) 90  
    85 Chika Fukumoto (Jpn) 90  
    86 Francesca Cucciniello (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 84  
    87 Devon Gorry (USA) Team Rambuski Law 80  
    88 Martina Zwick (Ger) ABUS Nutrixxion 77  
    89 Nikola Hlubinkova (Cze) 75  
    90 Coryn Rivera (USA) Marian University 72  
    91 Suzie Godart (Lux) 66  
    92 Pavlina Sulcova (Cze) 64  
    93 Elle Anderson (USA) LadiesFirst Racing 64  
    94 Vanesa Durman (Srb) 60  
    95 Antonela Ferencic (Cro) 60  
    95 Magdalena Halajczak (Pol) 60  
    95 Trixi Worrack (Ger) 60  
    98 Isabel Castro Cal (Spa) 60  
    99 Gabriella Modos (Hun) 60  
    100 Riikka Pynnönen (Fin) 60  
    101 Lana Verberne (Ned) RTC Buitenlust 59  
    102 Githa Michiels (Bel) 59  
    103 Sara Bresnick-Zocchi (USA) Embrocationcycling.com 57  
    104 Dorota Warczyk (Pol) 51  
    105 Lea Davison (USA) Specialized Racing 50  
    106 Vicki Thomas (Can) Ottawa.cx 47  
    107 Sarah Stewart (Can) 45  
    108 Vendula Kuntova (Cze) 45  
    109 Genevieve Whitson (NZl) 43  
    110 Shana Maes (Bel) 43  
    111 Rocio Gamonal Ferrera (Spa) 43  
    112 Kelsy Bingham (USA) Roosters-Bikers Edge 43  
    113 Stefania Vecchio (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 42  
    114 Kristin Gavin (USA) Team Cystic Fibrosis 42  
    115 Junko Ueda (Jpn) 41  
    116 Emily Shields (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 41  
    117 Jovana Krtinic (Srb) 40  
    118 Ana Turk (Cro) 40  
    118 Alessia Merten (Lux) 40  
    118 Magdalena Pyrgies (Pol) 40  
    118 Signe Strandvig (Den) 40  
    118 Viktoria Zeller (Aut) 40  
    123 Lucia Gonzalez Blanco (Spa) 40  
    124 Gabriella Arato (Hun) 40  
    125 Zuzana Vojtasova (Svk) 40  
    126 Angelica Edvardsson (Swe) 40  
    127 Pia Pensaari (Fin) 40  
    128 Ikumi Tajika (Jpn) 40  
    129 Marlene Petit (Fra) CR Rhone Alpes 40  
    130 Marne Smiley (USA) Bob's Red Mill Cyclocross 40  
    131 Kelli Emmett (USA) Giant Bicycles 40  
    132 Stacey Barbossa (USA) Elite Endurance Training Systems 39  
    133 Catherine Sterling (USA) Bikeman.com 38  
    134 Cynthia Huygens (Fra) CC Cambresien 35  
    135 Tina Brubaker (USA) 35  
    136 Hannah Payton (GBr) 34  
    137 Amélie Morel Petitgirard (Fra) V.C.C. Morteau Montbenoit 34  
    138 Anne Arnouts (Bel) 33  
    139 Évelyne Blouin (Can) 31  
    140 Nicoletta Bresciani (Ita) 31  
    141 Rebecca Wellons (USA) Quad Cycles 31  
    142 Kristina Jakotin (Srb) 30  
    143 Jasmina Jambrovic (Cro) 30  
    143 Renata Bucher (Swi) 30  
    143 Julie Bresset (Fra) 30  
    143 Trine Lorenzen (Den) 30  
    143 Katarzyna Barczyk (Pol) 30  
    143 Theresia Kellermayr (Aut) 30  
    149 Olatz Odriozola Mujika (Spa) 30  
    150 Mariann Rozsnyai (Hun) 30  
    151 Kristína Lapinová (Svk) 30  
    152 Martina Ruzickova (Cze) 30  
    153 Karin Aune (Swe) 30  
    154 Helja Korhonen (Fin) 30  
    155 Desiree Ehrler (Swi) RMV Cham Hagendorn 28  
    156 Nozomi Nakamichi (Jpn) 28  
    157 Patricia Buerkle (USA) VA Asset Group p/b Artemis - Trek 28  
    158 Katherine Shields (USA) SmartStop-Mock Orange Bikes p/b Ridley 26  
    159 Allison Mann (USA) Rock n' Road Cyclery 26  
    160 Louise Robinson (GBr) 25  
    160 Maria Kruse (Den) 25  
    160 Claudia Schlager (Aut) 25  
    160 Monika Grzebinoga (Pol) 25  
    160 Romina Golub (Cro) 25  
    165 Aida Nuno Palacio (Spa) 25  
    166 Viktória Felföldi (Hun) 25  
    167 Elena Ondasova (Svk) 25  
    168 Lisa Ström (Swe) 25  
    169 Jean Ann Berkenpas (Can) 25  
    170 Anna Lindström (Fin) 25  
    171 Denise Breu (Swi) RMC Butschwil 25  
    172 Rebecca Blatt (USA) Team Kenda presented by Geargrinder 23  
    173 Iris Ockeloen (Ned) RTC Groenewoud 23  
    174 Evy Kuijpers (Ned) 23  
    175 Alice Pennington (USA) Team S&M 22  
    176 Katie Arnold (USA) Echelon Cycling Team 21  
    177 Marta Turobos (Pol) 20  
    177 Isla Rowntree (GBr) 20  
    177 Marlen Jöhrend (Ger) 20  
    177 Anette Damgaard Andersen (Den) 20  
    177 Sarah Rijkes (Aut) 20  
    182 Anna Sanchis Chafer (Spa) 20  
    183 Alexandra Wohlmutter (Hun) 20  
    184 Lívia Hanesová (Svk) 20  
    185 Karla Štepánová (Cze) 20  
    186 Marie Lindberg (Swe) 20  
    187 Amanda Sin (USA) 20  
    188 Sofia Kansikas (Fin) 20  
    189 Jennifer Gaertner (USA) Raleigh America 20  
    190 Laura Braziulyte (Ltu) 19  
    191 Anna Oberparleiter (Ita) 19  
    192 Allison Arensman (USA) Fiets Maan CX p/b Studio7Multisport 18  
    193 Lelde Ardave (Lat) 17  
    194 Veronica Alessio (Ita) 17  
    195 Emily Thurston (USA) Stevens 17  
    196 Camille Darcel (Fra) CR Pays de la Loire 16  
    197 Alexandra Burton (USA) 16  
    198 Katarzyna Wilkos (Pol) 15  
    198 Susanne Juranek (Ger) 15  
    198 Ludivine Henrion (Bel) 15  
    198 Birgitte Nielsen (Den) 15  
    198 Barbara Eglitis (Aut) 15  
    203 Mercedes Pacios Pujalo (Spa) 15  
    204 Lilla Kolocz (Hun) 15  
    205 Seika Ainota (Jpn) 15  
    206 Pavlina Marackova (Cze) 15  
    207 Anna Persson (Swe) 15  
    208 Véronique Fortin (Can) 15  
    209 Heli Ovaska (Fin) 15  
    210 Erica Yozell (USA) South Mountain Cycles 15  
    211 Carrie Cash-Wootten (USA) Pedal the Cause 15  
    212 Heather Irmiger (USA) Subaru-Trek 15  
    213 Julie Lafrenière (Can) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery 14  
    214 Manuella Glon (Fra) Oust Lanvaux VTT 14  
    215 Serena Gordon (USA) 14  
    216 Alison Powers (USA) Cross Propz 14  
    217 Annajean Dallaire (USA) Racin' for Riley p/b Alderfer Bergen 14  
    218 Laura Joubert (Fra) Annecy Cyclisme Competition 13  
    219 Kathrin Stirnemann (Swi) Central Haibike Pro Team 12  
    220 Alice Henriques (USA) Zanconato Racing 12  
    221 Anna Barensfeld (USA) Sterling CX p/b Sendmail 12  
    222 Nicole Walker-Olberding (Ger) 10  
    222 Izabela Klosowska (Pol) 10  
    222 Franziska Ebinger (Swi) 10  
    222 Delia Beddis (GBr) 10  
    226 Naia Alzola (Spa) 10  
    227 Ami Kito (Jpn) 10  
    228 Lucie Materová (Cze) 10  
    229 Anna Ronkainen (Fin) 10  
    230 Rasa Leleivyte (Ltu) 10  
    231 Nathalie Lamborelle (Lux) 10  
    232 Jennifer Sagesser (Swi) 10  
    233 Francesca Cauz (Ita) 10  
    234 Linnea Koons (USA) Embrocation Cycling Journal 9  
    235 Brittlee Bowman (USA) crossresults.com p/b JRA Cycles 9  
    236 Judith Pollinger (Ita) 8  
    237 Cara Applegate (USA) Asheville Bicycle Racing Club 8  
    238 Julie Boucher (Fra) Montrichard Cyclisme 41 8  
    239 Agnes Naumann (Ger) 8  
    240 Sunny Gilbert (USA) Michelob Ultra - Big Shark Racing 8  
    241 Eva Colin (Fra) Velo Club Ornans 8  
    242 Sarah Maile (USA) Ventana Mountain Bikes 8  
    243 Franziska Brun (Swi) 6  
    244 Michiho Watanuki (Jpn) 6  
    245 Julia Innerhofer (Ita) 6  
    246 Heather Jackson (USA) 6  
    247 Ellen Sherrill (USA) 6  
    248 Masami Noma (Jpn) 6  
    249 Sheila Vibert (USA) Sunapee Racing Team 6  
    250 Linda Sone (USA) Cycle-Smart/Flanders 6  
    251 Jessica Lambrecht (Ger) 5  
    251 Diane Lee (GBr) 5  
    251 Aleksandra Bycka (Pol) 5  
    251 Bianca Van Den Hoek (Ned) W.V. Eemland 5  
    251 Chiara Mercante (Ita) 5  
    256 Maite Murgia (Spa) 5  
    257 Aneta Hladikova (Cze) 5  
    258 Melissa Bunn (Can) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery 5  
    259 Eeva Makkonen (Fin) 5  
    260 Cassandra Maximenko (USA) Silverbull Centralwheel 5  
    261 Samantha Schneider (USA) 5  
    262 Bénédicte Herve (Fra) ES Livarot 5  
    263 Courtney Dimpel (USA) Team Rambuski Law 5  
    264 Ashley James (USA) KCCX Elite 5  
    265 Caitlyn La Haye (Bel) Hageland Cycling Team 5  
    266 Elena Valentini (Ita) Selle Italia Guerciotti 4  
    267 Sabine Spitz (Ger) 4  
    268 Christina Probert-Turner (USA) The Team-SoCalCross 4  
    269 Frances Morrison (USA) J.A.M. Fund-NCC 4  
    270 Ilenia Lazzaro (Ita) Team Acrobaleno Carraro Trentino 4  
    271 Kelly Benjamin (USA) KCCX-Fuji Elite p/b Challenge Tires 4  
    272 Heidi Swift (USA) 4  
    273 Katrien Vermeiren (Bel) 4  
    274 Katheryn Curi-Mattis (USA) Bikes To Rwanda 4  
    275 Bethany Crumpton (GBr) 3  
    275 Tanja Starkermann (Swi) 3  
    275 Benita Wesselhoeft (Ger) 3  
    275 Dirkje Bazuin (Ned) Restore Cycling 3  
    279 Sandra Trevilla (Spa) 3  
    280 Yuka Mitsui (Jpn) 3  
    281 Tereza Vankova (Cze) 3  
    282 Leigh Hobson (Can) 3  
    283 Sara Tussey (USA) 3  
    284 Erin Silliman (USA) Alan North America Cycling Team 3  
    285 Lauren Kling (USA) New England Athletic Cyclocross 2  
    286 Lauri Webber (USA) Secret Henrys Team 2  
    287 Sandie Verriest (Bel) 2  
    288 Corey Coogan (USA) 2  
    289 Flora Duffy (USA) 2  
    290 Kari Studley (USA) Team Redline 2  
    291 Sandrine Baldassarre (Fra) Evian Velo 1  
    292 Jena Greaser (USA) NorEast Cycling 1  
    293 Angelina Stevens (USA) Garneau Custome p/b Powerbar 1  
    294 Deborah Inauen (Swi) Danis Biketeam-RMC Appenzell 1  
    295 Michelle Hediger (Swi) 1  
    295 Cecile Delaire (Fra) Velo Club Ornans 1  
    297 Elizabeth Bonilla (USA) Human Zoom Cycling 1  
    298 Rosanne Van Dorn (USA) Team Placid Planet 1  
    299 Anna Young (USA) MVP Health Care Cycling 1  
    300 Monique Van De Ree (Ned) 1  
    Elite women - Final nation standings
    1 Netherlands 5590 pts
    2 United States 3051  
    3 Great Britain 3043  
    4 France 2654  
    5 Czech Republic 2634  
    6 Belgium 2274  
    7 Germany 1174  
    8 Switzerland 1093  
    9 Italy 720  
    10 Denmark 714  
    11 Luxembourg 504  
    12 Japan 496  
    13 Sweden 449  
    14 Canada 399  
    15 Poland 301  
    16 Spain 203  
    17 Serbia 200  
    18 Croatia 200  
    19 Hungary 200  
    20 Finland 200  
    21 Austria 170  
    22 Slovakia 170  
    23 Latvia 107  
    24 New Zealand 52  
    25 Lithuania 29  
    U23 men - Final nation standings
    1 Netherlands 1982 pts
    2 Belgium 1006  
    3 France 696  
    4 United States 557  
    5 Italy 516  
    6 Czech Republic 422  
    7 Switzerland 387  
    8 Poland 330  
    9 Germany 276  
    10 Canada 272  
    11 Denmark 259  
    12 Great Britain 233  
    13 Spain 214  
    14 Croatia 155  
    15 Serbia 105  
    16 Austria 80  
    17 Sweden 70  
    18 Luxembourg 55  
    19 Ireland 45  
    20 Finland 35  
    21 Hungary 33  
    22 Slovakia 3  
    Junior men - Final overall standings
    1 Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands) 300 pts
    2 Quentin Jauregui (France) 169  
    3 Wout Van Aert (Belgium) 147  
    4 Daan Soete (Belgium) 118  
    5 Romain Seigle (France) 114  
    6 Silvio Herklotz (Germany) 112  
    7 Yorben Van Tichelt (Belgium) 91  
    8 Kevin Suarez Fernandez (Spain) 82  
    9 Anthony Turgis (France) 78  
    10 Andrew Dillman (United States) 70  
    11 Quinten Hermans (Belgium) 68  
    12 Gioele Bertolini (Italy) 60  
    13 Daan Hoeyberghs (Belgium) 57  
    14 Logan Owen (United States) 52  
    15 Jose Manuel Ribera (Spain) 50  
    16 Koen Weijers (Netherlands) 48  
    17 Matthias Van De Velde (Belgium) 40  
    18 Hugo Robinson (Great Britain) 40  
    19 Sven Fritsch (Luxembourg) 40  
    20 Curtis White (United States) 40  
    21 Tobin Ortenblad (United States) 38  
    22 Karel Pokorny (Czech Republic) 36  
    23 Zane Godby (United States) 36  
    24 Michal Paluta (Poland) 34  
    25 Jaime Campo Pernia (Spain) 33  
    26 Victor Koretzky (France) 32  
    27 Dominic Grab (Switzerland) 32  
    28 Federico Zurlo (Italy) 32  
    29 Yohan Patry (Canada) 31  
    30 Miloš Borisavljevic (Serbia) 30  
    31 Simon Hamann-Larsen (Denmark) 30  
    31 Florian Gruber (Austria) 30  
    33 Bence Szalontay (Hungary) 30  
    34 Toki Sawada (Japan) 30  
    34 Ondrej Glajza (Slovakia) 30  
    36 Artturi Pensasmaa (Finland) 30  
    37 Jan Brezna (Czech Republic) 30  
    38 Francesco Pedante (Italy) 30  
    39 Pjotr Van Beek (Netherlands) 29  
    40 Tim Ariesen (Netherlands) 28  
    41 Richard Cypress Gorry (United States) 27  
    42 Alexander Welburn (Great Britain) 24  
    43 Felix Drumm (Germany) 23  
    44 Marco König (Germany) 22  
    45 Stan Wijkel (Netherlands) 22  
    46 Dylan Kowalski (France) 21  
    47 Joseph Moses (Great Britain) 21  
    48 Dominic Zumstein (Switzerland) 21  
    49 Martijn Budding (Netherlands) 20  
    50 Slobodan Stankovic (Serbia) 20  
    51 Magnus Skjoth (Denmark) 20  
    51 Dan Mangers (Luxembourg) 20  
    51 Andri Frischknecht (Switzerland) 20  
    51 Lukas Zeller (Austria) 20  
    51 Piotr Konwa (Poland) 20  
    56 Balázs Rózsa (Hungary) 20  
    57 Kota Yokoyama (Japan) 20  
    57 Simon Vozar (Slovakia) 20  
    59 Tommy Beaulieu (Canada) 20  
    60 Vili Leppänen (Finland) 20  
    61 Stefano Valdrighi (Italy) 20  
    62 Nadir Colledani (Italy) 19  
    63 Steffen Müller (Germany) 18  
    64 Tomas Novacek (Czech Republic) 17  
    65 Daniel Lukes (Czech Republic) 17  
    66 Aleksandar Mitic (Serbia) 15  
    67 Alec Lang (Luxembourg) 15  
    67 Johannes Siemermann (Germany) 15  
    67 Gregor Mühlberger (Austria) 15  
    67 Niels Bech Rasmussen (Denmark) 15  
    67 Mateusz Grabis (Poland) 15  
    72 Ádám Mellau (Hungary) 15  
    73 Michimasa Nakai (Japan) 15  
    73 Tomas Zucha (Slovakia) 15  
    75 Benjamin Perry (Canada) 15  
    76 Hiski Kanerva (Finland) 15  
    77 Berne Vankeirsbilck (Belgium) 15  
    78 Jonatan Bilbao (Spain) 14  
    79 Tom Armstrong (Great Britain) 13  
    80 Uroš Živkovic (Serbia) 12  
    81 Patrick Jäger (Austria) 12  
    81 Nikolaj Rud Østergaard (Denmark) 12  
    81 Manuel González (Spain) 12  
    81 Lukas Spengler (Switzerland) 12  
    81 Patryk Stosz (Poland) 12  
    81 Luc Turchi (Luxembourg) 12  
    87 Bence Nagyernyei (Hungary) 12  
    88 Kohei Maeda (Japan) 12  
    88 Juraj Lajcha (Slovakia) 12  
    90 Samuel Beaudoin (Canada) 12  
    91 Raul Bosch Mogort (Spain) 12  
    92 Bjorn Van Der Heijden (Netherlands) 11  
    92 David Klein (Luxembourg) 11  
    94 Nikola Harvilcak (Serbia) 10  
    95 Piotr Rzeszutek (Poland) 10  
    95 Yannick Gruner (Germany) 10  
    95 Daniel Lehner (Austria) 10  
    95 Jake Womersley (Great Britain) 10  
    95 Simon Vitzthum (Switzerland) 10  
    100 Ádám Pápai (Hungary) 10  
    101 Sebastián Canecký (Slovakia) 10  
    101 Yoshiki Yamada (Japan) 10  
    103 Jirí Rehák (Czech Republic) 10  
    104 Neil Symington (Canada) 10  
    105 Din Van Den Driessche (Belgium) 10  
    106 Ben Boets (Belgium) 10  
    107 Nicolas Cleppe (Belgium) 10  
    108 Slobodan Babic (Serbia) 8  
    109 Max Lindenau (Germany) 8  
    109 Adam Martin (Great Britain) 8  
    109 Joel Koller (Switzerland) 8  
    109 Dominik Hager (Austria) 8  
    109 Stefano Bollardini (Italy) 8  
    109 Felipe Orts (Spain) 8  
    109 Max Biewer (Luxembourg) 8  
    109 Miroslaw Plotka (Poland) 8  
    117 Alexis Guilcher (France) 8  
    118 Balázs Futó (Hungary) 8  
    119 Ondrej Duchon (Slovakia) 8  
    119 Ryo Yamakawa (Japan) 8  
    121 Jakub Rydval (Czech Republic) 8  
    122 Christopher Prendergast (Canada) 8  
    123 Christophe Braun (Luxembourg) 7  
    124 Jordan Cullen (United States) 7  
    125 Vladimir Polic (Serbia) 6  
    126 Tobiasz Lis (Poland) 6  
    126 Andrin Bickel (Switzerland) 6  
    126 Simone Moletta (Italy) 6  
    126 George Thompson (Great Britain) 6  
    126 Victor Aguado (Spain) 6  
    126 Adrian Auerbacher (Germany) 6  
    126 Mario Oberrauter (Austria) 6  
    133 Nathaniel Morse (United States) 6  
    133 Nans Peters (France) 6  
    135 Yuta Yagi (Japan) 6  
    135 Martin Duben (Slovakia) 6  
    137 Jan Vastl (Czech Republic) 6  
    138 Édouard Tougas (Canada) 6  
    139 Adrian García (Spain) 6  
    140 Kévin Goulot (France) 5  
    141 Peio Olaberria (Spain) 5  
    142 Slavko Panic (Serbia) 4  
    143 Bartosz Mikler (Poland) 4  
    143 Andrea Leoni (Luxembourg) 4  
    143 Nicholas Barnes (Great Britain) 4  
    143 Matthias Gut (Switzerland) 4  
    143 Niels Goeree (Netherlands) 4  
    143 Sebastian Strasser (Austria) 4  
    143 Simone Velasco (Italy) 4  
    150 Patrik Urbanec (Slovakia) 4  
    150 Soya Iwata (Japan) 4  
    152 Jakub Cozl (Czech Republic) 4  
    153 Alexandre Vialle (Canada) 4  
    154 Riccardo Redaelli (Italy) 4  
    155 Onno Verheyen (Belgium) 4  
    156 Xabier Goikoetxea (Spain) 4  
    157 Pablo Fernández (Spain) 3  
    158 Toon Wouters (Netherlands) 3  
    159 Luca De Nicola (Italy) 3  
    160 David Rodríguez (Spain) 3  
    161 Luka Kotur (Serbia) 2  
    162 Maksymilian Jedrzejczyk (Poland) 2  
    162 Lucas Carstensen (Germany) 2  
    162 Koen Van De Ven (Netherlands) 2  
    162 William Worrall (Great Britain) 2  
    162 Nicolas Pommer (Austria) 2  
    162 Noah Köppel (Switzerland) 2  
    162 Olivier Bormann (Luxembourg) 2  
    169 Elie Gesbert (France) 2  
    169 Alexander Ameel (Belgium) 2  
    169 Stephen Bassett (United States) 2  
    172 Masazumi Miyoshi (Japan) 2  
    173 Vít Rehák (Czech Republic) 2  
    174 Dennis Wahlqvist (Sweden) 2  
    175 Vincent Sibille (France) 2  
    176 Manuel Cucciniello (Italy) 2  
    177 Remy Mertz (Belgium) 2  
    178 Joe Kirkham (Great Britain) 2  
    179 Damien Roz (France) 2  
    180 Erik Kramer (Netherlands) 2  
    181 Eneko Corrales (Spain) 2  
    182 Vladan Travicic (Serbia) 1  
    183 Stefano Debellis (Italy) 1  
    183 Mariusz Nawrocki (Poland) 1  
    183 Lehvi Braam (Netherlands) 1  
    183 Javier Sancho (Spain) 1  
    183 Justin Rudolph (Germany) 1  
    183 Matthew Woods (Great Britain) 1  
    183 Jeff Streitz (Luxembourg) 1  
    183 Ludovic Porras (Switzerland) 1  
    191 Mathieu Morichon (France) 1  
    191 Arne Poelvoorde (Belgium) 1  
    191 Sam O'Keefe (United States) 1  
    194 Karel Svrcina (Czech Republic) 1  
    195 Richard Jansen (Netherlands) 1  
    196 Bryan Van Rooyen (Netherlands) 1  
    197 John Francisco (United States) 1  
    198 Luke Haley (United States) 1  
    198 Kyle De Proost (Belgium) 1  
    Junior men - Final nation standings
    1 Netherlands 377 pts
    2 France 361  
    3 Belgium 356  
    4 Spain 165  
    5 United States 162  
    6 Germany 157  
    7 Italy 122  
    8 Great Britain 85  
    9 Czech Republic 83  
    10 Luxembourg 75  
    11 Switzerland 73  
    12 Poland 69  
    13 Canada 66  
    14 Serbia 65  
    15 Austria 65  
    15 Denmark 65  
    17 Hungary 65  
    18 Japan 65  
    18 Slovakia 65  
    20 Finland 65  
    21 Sweden 2