International MTB Dirtjump Contest
This weekend, some of the world's best slopestylers will take off in the ZüriTrails Jumppark near Brunau, Dirt Jump is also the name of the discipline. The ZüriDirt Contest is part of the FMB World Tour with silver status, it is the only one of this form in Switzerland this year. About 50 national and international athletes are expected. Among them is Lucas Huppert from Zurich, who has been part of the world's slopestyle elite for years and won his home competition for the first time last year. Whether you want to cheer on the local hero or just enjoy the spectacle, the ZüriDirt Contest is definitely worth a detour! The final of the ZüriDirt Contest can be followed on site or with us in the live broadcast.
Own women's category
In 2022, the FMB introduced a separate category for women. Last year at the ZüriDirt Contest we celebrated a world premiere, for the first time women showed their breathtaking tricks and jumps in their own category. This year the field is growing, we expect for example the 15-year-old young talent Patricia Druwen (winner 2022) from Germany or Kathi Kuypers, who has contributed a lot to the development in the sport.
The whole final is's on YouTube in the Cycle Week Channel.
Change due to weather uncertainty:
Qualification new on Friday from 16 - 18.30 clock
Final still on Saturday 16.30 - 18.30 planned
Friday, May 12, 2023
Prequalification from 16 - 19.30
Saturday, 13. May 2023
Gastro from 11 am
Qualification 12-15 pm
TSG Nipper Race 15 pm
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The final will be live broadcast.
Brunau at ZüriTrails
Running bike course and nipperrace throughout the day for the kids
The ZüriDirt Contest is organized together with the ZüriTrails association. More information, as well as start and ranking lists are continuously updated by ZüriTrails.
1st place - Jake Atkinson
2nd place - Nuno Barroso
3rd place - Nick Schubarth
1. Place - Patricia Druwen
2nd place - Alma Wiggberg
3rd place - Kathi Kuypers