On 06 June 2013 at 20:06 | updated 11 June 2013 at 18:18

Provisional ranking of the World Inline Cup 2013 before the stage of Dijon

Provisional ranking of the World Inline Cup 2013 before the stage of Dijon

The third stage of the World Inline Cup will take place on Sunday, June 9, 2013 in the alleys of the park in Dijon (France). The French skater Nolan Beddiaf (EOSkates) is currently leading the men's ranking. He will be keen to defend his leading position.

Nolan Beddiaf can count on the support of Yann Guyader always placed at the 3rd position of the overall ranking. Unfortunately for EOSkates, Paxti Cabello is uncertain due to injury. He has been really helpfull to his team since the beginning of the year. Last but not least, the vice-World Champion of marathon Julien Levrard will also be there.
Powerslide has not said its last word: Bart Swings and Ewen Fernandez will not let the podium to their opponents. Bart will be keen to defend his title of the 2012 edition.
Last but not least, the Swiss Skate Team is always present at the forefront. A race that promises to be as impressive as in 2012!

In the women category, EOSkates is also in the lead with Justine Halbout (FRA) and Jessica Gaudesaboos (BEL). They will have much to do with Powerslide that will engage its forces in the battle ... perhaps Katharina Rumpus? Manon Kamminga was injured today in training and suffered a fracture.

We'll know more on Sunday afternoon ... 

Men's ranking

1Nolan BEDDIAFFRAEOSkates World Team212
3Yann GUYADERFRAEOSkates World Team156
4Patxi CABELLOESPEOSkates World Team132
5Julien LEVRARDFRAEOSkates World Team120
6Ewen FERNANDEZFRAPowerslide Matter World90
7Bart SWINGSBELPowerslide Matter World75
8Wojciech BARANPOLMapei-Ambra-BDC38
9Antti HALJAKESTWIC Single Athlete31
10Bartosz CHOJNACKIPOLMapei-Ambra-BDC21

Women's ranking

1Justine HALBOUTFRAEOSkates World Team68
2Jessica GAUDESABOOSBELEOSkates World Team52
3Aleksandra GOSSPOLWIC Single Athlete44

The competition also account for the RRoller Marathons French Cup and the European Masters Championships. 18 nations will be represented with: France, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, Poland, South Korea, Colombia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Venezuela, Great Britain, Finland, Czech Republic.

Un direct de la course est prévu sur le site de la FFRS

Liens utiles

Lire le bilan de l'édition 2013

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