Olympic champion Jenny Rissveds is likely to between the riders to contest at the Olympic 2020 BMX Freestyle test event in Izu. Fans can book their Olympic BMX Freestyle Tickets at economical prices from our reliable online ticketing place.
The Swedish rider won in the women’s BMX Freestyle event at Rio 2016, with Poland’s Maja Włoszczowska and Canada’s Catharine Pendrel finishing the stage. The trio has been listed in the field for the Olympic 2020 test event.
Switzerland’s Nino Schuster, the men’s Olympic champion, has also been registered between the starters for tomorrow’s event. Fellow Rio 2016 champions Jaroslav Kulhavý of the Czech Republic and Spain’s Carlos Coloma Nicolás will also line-up.
Organizers exposed the course is 4 kilometers in distance with numerous vertical climbs and single-track origins. The BMX Racing is probable to preceding for nearly 90 minutes. The races will be closed to the public, although 1,000 people have been allowed to join.
They had won a draw organized by the Shizuoka region. Olympic 2020 capacity the course features a lookout where Mount Fuji can be seen. A decision was reached to hold track cycling and BMX Freestyle events in Izu back in 2015.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) had firstly been different from moving BMX Freestyling contests to Izu for the Olympic 2020 and Paralympic Games. The city is located nearly 150 kilometers outside Tokyo.
It has been optional the contract came as part of the cooperation, that later saw BMX freestyle added to the Games programmed, as well as the Madison to the track cycling calendar.
The Izu velodrome was set to undergo an “important restoration” earlier to the Games, with the seating capacity owed to be bigger. UCI President David Lappartient stayed the locations last December. The Frenchman had affirmed his hopefulness for the locations, claiming the mountain bike course was compact and will provide a great experience for spectators, athletes, and everyone present.