French Championship results

ELITE Men
1. Joris DAUDET (Stade Bordelais BMX), 2. Damien GODET (Vaux En Velin), 3. Rémy WOCK TAI (DN Cycles Evasion Mours Romans), 4. Vincent PELLUARD (Entente BMX 37), 5. Francky GAGNU (Pays de la Loire BMX), 6. Simon DUCHENE (Besançon), 7. Matthieu DESPEAUX (Stade Bordelais BMX), 8. Moana MOO CAILLE (BMX Club des Pennes Mirabeau)

ELITE Women
1. Magalie POTTIER (Paus de la Loire BMX), 2. Eva AILLOUD (BMX Compiègne Clairoix), 3. Audrey LE CORGUILLE (St Brieuc BMX), 4. Manon VALENTINO (St Etienne BMX GT), 5. Camille MEYRAN (Stade Bordelais BMX), 6. Blandine COTTEREAU (Lempdes BMX Auvergne), 7. Camille MAIRE (Team Drôme BMX), 8. Pauline CORLOBE (St Brieuc BMX)

JUNIOR Men
1. Romain MAHIEU (Pays de la Loire BMX), 2. Léopold TRAMIER (Stade Bordelais BMX), 3. Loris CRET (KOXX Beynost), 4. Axel LE NAGARD (Evreux BMX), 5. Jérémy RENCUREL (Entente BMX Ile de France), 6. Antoine DUMAIN (St Etienne), 7. Rodolphe RIVIERE (Le Tampon), 8. Corentin BOURGEOIS (Damparis Tavaux)

1400 riders decended on the city of Bordeaux in the South of France for the French Championships this weekend. Despite the city already having 7 tracks including a SX training track for Joris Daudet the city paid to have a temporary track build in the city centre which attracted a big local crowd to check out the race action. The locals did well with Joris taking the win in Elite men and fellow club member Mathieu Despeaux also making the main taking a 7th. While Stay Strong’s Leopold Tramier backed up his W3 from Birmingham with a solid 2nd behind Roman Mahieu who is also ranked Euro 2 in this class. Amidou Mir seemed to be missing from the Junior field which had over 180 riders in the starting line up.

Magalier Pottier continues her good form going into the London Olympics, confirming she is one of the firm favourite’s for the games after taking the French title infront of fellow Olympic squad reserve member Eva Ailloud. Pottier is the starting favourite at most of the online bookmakers at 7/2 favourite following a successful 2012 season so far.

Here’s a video in French that was out earlier in the week on the run up to the race in Bordeaux:


BMX : entretien avec Joris Daudet by villedebordeaux
  1. ADY

    I think you meant to say Pottier took the french title ahead of Eva Ailloud (not Manon Valentino).
    Valentino not in Olympic squad.
    #spoilt4choice

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