Alise Post wins Supercross World Cup in Papendal on Sunday

  
  


Alise and David on the podium together
Alise and David on the podium together
Papendal, Netherlands (May 13, 2012) –
Alise Post (Saint Cloud, Minn./Redline) claimed the victory in the third round of the 2012 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup today in Papendal.
 
After making it to an eight-woman main that included strongwomen Caroline Buchanan (AUS), Laetitia Le Corguille (FRA), and fellow American Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla./MCS Bicycles), Post got into the front position by jumping the whole triple in the first straight.
 
“I was the only one that did it in practice and I hadn’t hit it since,” Post explained. “It was kind of a split decision moment and I needed to do that to get in front and I went for it.”
 
The jump took Alise out of third or fourth place and moved her to the front, a position she held onto until the finish.
 
“This is huge for me going into Worlds,” she said. “It’s a big confidence boost.”
 
Click here to hear Alise talk about her win.
 
Post’s countrywoman Amanda Geving barely missed out on the podium, crossing the finish line in fourth-place.
 
The U.S. grabbed another medal in the men’s race when David Herman (Wheat Ridge, Colo./Free Agent Rockstar) powered his way to the bronze medal. The lone American in the main event, Herman finished third to Maris Strombergs (LAT) and Sam Willoughby (AUS).
 
Alise celebrates with champagne!
Alise celebrates with champagne!
For complete results from today’s Supercross, visit www.bmx-results.com.
 
Supercross World Cup
Papendal, Netherlands
May 13, 2012
 
Women
1. Alise Post (Saint Cloud, Minn./Redline)
2. Carolina Buchanan (AUS)
3. Laetitia Le Corguille (FRA)
4. Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla./MCS Bicycles)
 
Men
1. Maris Strombergs (LAT)
2. Sam Willoughby (AUS)
3. David Herman (Wheat Ridge, Colo./Free Agent Rockstar)


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