Super Finale 20 y 26 de la Copa del Mundo UCI Trial de Krakow.
Elite Men 26 inch: Successful comeback for Giacomo Coustellier
Five Frenchmen, a Belgian, an Englishman and a Spaniard qualified for the Final, with the first four riders winning their tickets for the Super Final. The big surprise was to see multiple World Champion Gilles Coustellier finish in a disappointing fifth place, ruling out his contention for the podium. However Giacomo Coustellier, making a comeback after two years of knee injuries, dominated the competition to win the World Cup opener. It was his first World Cup win since 2003, when he also won the world title.
Elite Men 20 inch: battle of the champions
Reigning World Champion Abel Mustieles (ESP) was neck and neck with the multiple World Champion Benito Ros (ESP) until the end of the first lap of the Final. However, during the second lap Ros made a mistake that cost him 5 points. He finished 8 points behind his fellow countryman, who recorded the perfect lap with zero points. Behind them, Rick Koekoek (NED) achieved the best performance which put him in third place with an important lead of 5 points over Ion Areitio (ESP). He improved that lead during the Super Final, enabling him to climb onto the podium. The other finalists were Lucien Leiser (SUI) – his best result at this level – Raphael Pils (GER), Benjamin Durville (FRA) – his first Final of a World Cup – and Lucas Krell (GER). These four young talented pilots could soon challenge the current hierarchy.