Before the 2023 season of the TREK UCI Gravel World Series, a new start order was made up for the line up of the elite categories at the start of the UCI Gravel World Championships who will take place in three weeks in the Veneto region in Italy.
In every leg of the TREK UCI Gravel World Series, the overall winner scored 200 points followed by 180 points for the second, 160 for the third up to 5 points for the 25th rider in the overall ranking of men and women.
German Paul Voss scored most points during this season with his win in Aachen (GER), second place in Halmstad (SWE), third place in Houffalize (BEL) and fifth place in the opening leg in Berja (ESP). He had 10 points more than Jasper Ockeloen (NED) who rode 5 events and M19 World Champion Kevin Panhuyzen (BEL) who scored points during 7 events. Christian Kreuchler (GER), Petr Vakoc (CZE), Jan Bakelants (BEL), Ismael Esteban Aguero (ESP), Cameron Mason (GBR), Tobias Perry (GBR) and Emeric Turcat (Fra) completed the top 10.
Tessa Neefjes (NED) scored most points in the female overall ranking, winning the races in Blaavands (DEN) and Aachen (GER), a second place in Blue Mountains (CAN), third place in Valkenburg (NED), fourth in Halmstad (SWE), fifth in Houffalize (BEL) and eighth in Roden (NED). Her 1150 points are 290 more than Jade Treffeisen (GER) and 390 more than Carolin Schiff (GER). The rest of the top 10 is for Rosa Kloser (GER), Tiffany Cromwell (AUS), Noa Jansen (NED), Paulina Rooijakkers (NED), Annika Langvad (DEN), Marianne Vos (NED) and Heidi Franz (USA).
This order is not the final startorder for the elite categories at worlds as the points won during the 2022 UCI Gravel World Championships will be added plus 50% of the points scored in the UCI rankings road, mountainbike marathon, mountainbike cross country and cyclocross.
In the age categories, the start order is per first come, first serve.
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