Czech Republic's Dominik Nekolný won the men's elite BMX freestyle flatland event ©Getty Images

Czech Republic's Dominik Nekolný and Austria's Irina Sadovnik won the men's and women's elite BMX freestyle flatland finals, respectively, on day three of the International Cycling Union Urban World Championships in Chengdu.

Nekolný topped the men's rankings with 91.08 points at the Chinese city's Xinhua Park.

France's Matthias Dandois finished second with 90.13 points, while Japan's Moto Sasaki came third with 89.00.

In the women's event, Sadovnik triumphed with 82.25 points.

The silver medal went to Japan's Misaki Katagiri with 78.13 points and the podium was rounded off by Germany's Julia Preuss with 70.75.

The semi-finals of the men's elite 26" and men's elite 20" trials events were also held today.

In the elite 26", defending champion Jack Carthy of Great Britain topped the standings with 860 points.

He was followed by France's Vincent Hermance with 680 points and Spain's Sergi Llongueras with 640.

The penultimate round of the elite 20" saw Alejandro Montalvo lead a Spanish one-two finish ahead of Borja Conejos.

Montalvo managed a total of 760 points, while Conejos posted 730.

Germany's Dominik Oswald ranked third with 710 points, 20 more than fourth-placed Austrian and defending champion Thomas Pechhacker.

Both the men's elite 26" and elite 20" trials finals are due to take place tomorrow.

The other senior final scheduled is that in the women's elite event.

Competition is set to conclude on Sunday (November 10).