Anthony Jeanjean's trophy cabinet is starting to fill up.

The 24-year-old French cyclist won his third European BMX freestyle title on Saturday early evening in Munich, on the hill of the Olympic Park.

In front of several thousand spectators, with the Bavarian capital as a backdrop, Anthony Jeanjean achieved a second run of 93.60 points, ahead of the Briton Kieran Reilly (92.10) and the Croatian Marin Rantes (88.80).

A second medal for the Habs

This is the second medal for the French BMX in freestyle in Munich, since on Friday, Laury Perez won bronze behind the Czech Iveta Miculycova (80.00) and the German Kim Lea Müller (78.60).

European champion in 2019 and 2021, Jeanjean took 7th place in the final of the Olympic Games in Tokyo last year, for the first Olympic in the discipline.

In Paris in two years, the BMX freestyle is scheduled on the Place de la Concorde.


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