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How To Watch Mountain Bike at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships

By: Angelina Palermo  August 01, 2023

Here is everything you need to know about Mountain Biking at the UCI Cycling World Championships August 3-13, 2023.

How To Watch





Thursday, August 3

4:30 pm BST / 11:30 am EDT
DOWNHILL: Junior Men & Women Qualifying

Friday, August 4

12:00 pm BST / 7:00 am EDT
DOWNHILL: Elite Men & Women Qualifying

Friday, August 4

2:30 pm BST / 9:30 am EDT
DOWNHILL: Junior Men & Women Finals

Saturday, August 5

12:10 pm BST / 7:10 am EDT
DOWNHILL: Elite Men & Women Finals

Sunday, August 6

9:00 am BST / 4:00 am EDT
MARATHON: Men & Women

Tuesday, August 8

10:15 am BST / 5:15 am EDT
CROSS-COUNTRY: Elite Men & Women XCC Qualifying

Wednesday, August 9

12:10 pm BST / 7:10 am EDT

Wednesday, August 9

2:40 pm BST / 9:40 am EDT

Thursday, August 10

12:00 pm BST / 7:00 am EDT
CROSS-COUNTRY: Junior Men & Women XCO

Thursday, August 10

5:25 pm BST / 12:25 pm EDT
CROSS-COUNTRY: Elite Men & Women XCC Finals

Friday, August 11

11:30 am BST / 6:30 am EDT

Saturday, August 12

11:10 am BST / 6:10 am EDT
CROSS-COUNTRY: Elite Men & Women XCO

* Every event will have Live Timing. For Live Timing & Results, click on the discipline and then the name of the event you would like to follow.

Who To Watch


Elite Men

Christopher Blevins (Durango, Colo.; Specialized Factory Racing)

Elite Women

Savilia Blunk (Inverness, Calif.; Rockrider FORD Racing Team)

Kate Courtney (Kentfield, Calif.; SCOTT-SRAM Factory Racing)

Gwendalyn Gibson (Ramona, Calif.; Trek Factory Racing)

U23 Men

Riley Amos (Durango, Colo.; Trek Factory Racing)

Carson Beard (Middlesex, Vt.; Team Segment 28)

Brayden Johnson (Littleton, Colo.; Bear National Team)

Bjorn Riley (Boulder, Colo.; Trek Future Racing)

U23 Women

Bailey Cioppa (Durango, Colo.; Bear National Team)

Madigan Munro (Boulder, Colo.; Trek Factory Racing)

Sofia Waite (Littleton, Colo.; WE Development)

Junior Men

Daniel English (San Ramon, Calif.; Bear National Team)

Raulito Gutierrez (Temecula, Calif.; Bear National Team)

Nicholas Konecny (Breckenridge, Colo.; Bear National Team)

Junior Women

Andie Aagard (Highland, Utah; Bear National Team)

Kellie Harrington (Pittsfield, Mass.; Bear National Team)

Vida Lopez de San Roman (Sebastopol, Calif.; Bear National Team)

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Elite Men

Austin Dooley (Yucaipa, Calif.; Commencal / Schwalbe)

Christopher Grice (Brevard, N.C.; Generation Specialized)

Dylan Maples (Orangevale, Calif.; Commencal USA)

Neko Mulally (Pisgah Forest, N.C.; Frameworks Racing)

Dakotah Norton (Clinton, Tenn.; Intense Factory Racing)

Luca Shaw (Hendersonville, N.C.; Canyon Cllctv)

Dante Silva (Chula Vista, Calif.; Canyon Cllctv)

Elite Women

Abby Hogie (Heidelberg, Germany; Beyond Racing)

Anna Newkirk (Riehen, Switzerland; Beyond Racing)

Junior Men

Nate Kitchen (Bakersfield, Calif.; KHS Factory Team)

Ryan Pinkerton (Aliso Viejo, Calif.; GT Factory Racing)

Evan Medcalf (Albuquerque, N.M.; Commencal USA)

Gavin Tomlinson (Burbank, Calif.; Specialized | DVO | Fox Racing)

Junior Women

Kale Cushman (Old Town, Maine, Slipping Gears Cycling)

Riley Miller (East Burke, Vt.; Killington Mountain School)

Taylor Ostgaard (Selah, Wash.; Transition Factory Racing)

Abby Ronca (Bethlehem, Pa.; The Gravity Academy)



Hadden Beykirch (St. George, Utah; USA Cycling Athlete Development Pathway)

Patrick Collins (Worcester, Mass.; Assabet River Bicycles)

Will Foley (Golden, Colo.; Mi3 Petroleum Engineering)

Chris Mehlman (Manchester, Mass.)

Chris Schroeder (Longmont, Colo.; Dimond Factory Racing)

Danny Van Wagoner (Farmington, Utah; Team Johnson Elite Orthodontics)

Noah Warren (Birmingham, Ala.; USA Cycling Athlete Development Pathway)

Alex Wild (San Jose, Calif.; Mi3 Petroleum Engineering)


Kelly Catale (Pepperell, Mass.; Team KellCat)

Abigail Snyder (Roanoke, Va.; Ride Fierce)



Trevor Bouchard (Manchester, N.H.)

David Harrison (Sun Valley, Idaho)

Nat Ross (Bentonville, Ark.)

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