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Updated overall World Cup standings

Following the World Cup triple in Durango, Colorado this past weekend the series splits for the last time. The next race is a downhill-dual only affair in Arai, Japan, July 28-29. The cross country riders have a few weeks off before returning to action at the third triple of the year in Leysin, Switzerland, August 4-5. Triples at Kaprun, Austria and Mont-Ste-Anne, Quebec will close out the season. Click on the results icon below to see updated overall standings for all three events.

By VeloNews Interactive

Following the World Cup triple in Durango, Colorado this past weekend the series splits for the last time. The next race is a downhill-dual only affair in Arai, Japan, July 28-29. The cross country riders have a few weeks off before returning to action at the third triple of the year in Leysin, Switzerland, August 4-5. Triples at Kaprun, Austria and Mont-Ste-Anne, Quebec will close out the season. Click on the results icon below to see updated overall standings for all three events.

Results

TISSOT-UCI WORLD CUP; Dual standings after 3 of 8 events; Men; 1. Brian Lopes (USA), GT-Fox, 150 points; 2. Cedric Gracia (F), Volvo-Cannondale, 82; 3. Eric Carter (USA), Mongoose-Hyundai, 72; 4. Mickael Deldycke (F), Schwinn, 66; 5. Wade Bootes (Aus), Trek-Volkswagen, 65; 6. Mike King (USA), Haro-Lee Dungarees, 27; 7. Chris Kovarik (Aus), Intense, 20; 8. Karim Amour (F), Diamondback, 20; 9. Will Longdon (GB), Team MBUK, 19; 10 Gary Houseman (USA), Tomac, 15;

Women; 1. Leigh Donovan (USA), Schwinn, 140 points; 2. Anne-Caroline Chausson (F), Volvo-Cannondale, 120; 3. Tara Llanes (USA), Yeti-Pearl Izumi, 90; 4. Katrina Miller (Aus), Jamis, 45; 5. Sabrina Jonnier (F), Intense, 27; 6. Katja Repo (Fin), GT, 22; 7. Tai-Lee Muxlo (Aus), Dirtworks, 20; 8. Celine Gros (F), Scott USA, 15; 9. Cheri Elliott (USA), ODI-Azonic, 10; 10. Melissa Buhl (USA), ODI-KHS, 10;

Downhill standings after 4 of 8 events; Men; 1. Fabien Barel (F), GT, 723 points; 2. Nicolas Vouilloz (F), Vouilloz Racing, 538; 3. Chris Kovarik (Aus), Intense, 510; 4. Mickael Pascal (F), Be One, 458; 5. Mick Hannah (Aus), Global Racing, 448; 6. Steve Peat (GB), GT, 445; 7. Greg Minnaar (SA), Global Racing, 407; 8. Bas De Bever (Nl), Be One, 385; 9. Oscar Saiz (Sp), Be One, 356; 10. Cedric Gracia (F), Volvo-Cannondale, 277;

Women; 1. Anne Caroline Chausson (F), Volvo-Cannondale, 990 points; 2. Missy Giove (USA), Global Racing, 725; 3. Leigh Donovan (USA), Schwinn, 570; 4. Tracy Moseley (GB), Kona-Ford Focus, 547; 5. Fionn Griffiths (GB), Ancillotti UK, 541; 6. Katja Repo (Fin), GT, 490; 7. Sabrina Jonnier (F), Intense, 471; 8. Marla Streb (USA), Foes-Azonic, 456; 9. Marielle Saner (Swi), Global Racing, 362; 10. Celine Gros (F), Scott-USA, 258;

Cross country standings after 5 of 8 events; Men; 1. Roland Green (Can), Trek-Volkswagen, 851 points; 2. Jose Antonio Hermida (Sp), Bianchi Motorex, 750; 3. Miguel Martinez (F), Full Dynamix, 643; 4. Cadel Evans (Aus), Volvo-Cannondale, 550; 5. Julien Absalon (F), Bianchi Motorex, 547; 6. Bas Van Dooren (Nl), Specialized, 527; 7. Bart Brentjens (Nl), Giant, 469; 8. Christoph Sauser (Swi), Volvo-Cannondale; 9. Kashi Leuchs (Nz), Volvo-Cannondale, 406; 10. Ryder Hesjedal (Can), Subaru-Gary Fisher, 397;

Women; 1. Barbara Blatter (Swi), Specialized, 1100 points; 2. Alison Dunlap (USA), GT, 800; 3. Caroline Alexander (GB), Specialized, 630; 4. Mary Grigson (Aus), Subaru-Gary Fisher, 545; 5. Chrissy Redden (Can), Subaru-Gary Fisher, 538; 6. Sabine Spitz (G), Merida International, 515; 7. Alison Sydor (Can), Trek-Volkswagen, 510; 8. Marga Fullana (Sp), Specialized, 500; 9. Annabella Stropparo (I), Be One, 423; 10. Jimena Florit (Arg), RLX Polo Sport, 341