Start of the WIC Registration - Rules Adapted
The registrations for the 2017 WORLD INLINE CUP are now open. Skaters and Teams can register in the "Events & Registration" section of this website.
As of this year, skaters don't need to register for a WORLD INLINE CUP license before the season, only for the individual races. Please see the quick rules below for an overview of the changes.
WORLD INLINE CUP Calendar 2017 Is Set
WORLD INLINE CUP CONTINUES TO GROW AND IS BACK IN CHINA
This year the WORLD INLINE CUP will again have a leg in China with the Manchurian city of Harbin hosting a TopClass Race on 15th July. The 2017 WORLD INLINE CUP season will be launched in Incheon, South Korea on 14th May and the premier inline skating series continues with races in Rennes (France) on 21nd May, Dijon (France) on 11th June, Ostrava (Czech Republic) on 17th June and Harbin (China) on 15th July. The final will be staged in Berlin (Germany), on 23rd September. The WORLD INLINE CUP organisation is currently finalising the review of the competition and registration formats as well as the WIC Rule Book. In the next weeks news on the updated regulations will be published and shared.
Thrilling final of WORLD INLINE CUP 2016 in Berlin Belgian Bart Swings (Powerslide Matter World Team) wins mass sprint in a photo finish and is overall Winner of the WORLD INLINE CUP 2016
In the women´s race Katharina Rumpus won the WIC trophy after a second place in Berlin behind Manon Kamminga (both Powerslide Matter Team)
Berlin, 24th September 2016, The Grand Slam of Inline skating culminated today on its fifth and last leg of this year´s WORLD INLINE CUP. Berlin saw around 5500... read more ...
Who will win the WIC Trophy at the 20th anniversary of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Inlineskating?
Berlin, September 23, 2016, After an exciting year of skating at races in Incheon (KOR), Rennes (FRA), Dijon (FRA) and Ostrava (CZE) the 2016 edition of the WORLD INLINE CUP is coming to a close.
The final race of the current season will be held in Berlin, Germany, on... read more ...
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Germany’s Felix Rijhnen and Kiwi Peter Michael (both Powerslide Matter World Team) dominate fourth leg in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
In women´s race Katharina Rumpus (GER) and Katerina Novotná (CZE) break away in perfect conditions.
The Grand Slam of Inline skating saw today its fourth of five legs. Ostrava, the Czech Sports City, witnessed great elite races of 33,5 Kilometres... read more ...
Top skaters from 16 countries and four continents to compete read more ...