|Monster Energy Supercross
|1||Alexander Rouis||France||7:01.417||15||27.017 (3)|
|2||Florent Richier||France||7:02.623||15||27.407 (5)|
|3||Cole Siebler||USA||7:02.830||15||26.997 (4)|
|4||Jurgen Wybo||Belgium||7:08.680||15||27.460 (4)|
|5||Jeremy McGrath||USA||7:09.700||15||27.077 (2)|
|6||Filip Thuresson||Sweden||7:09.833||15||27.797 (2)|
|7||Daniel Siegl||Germany||7:12.400||15||27.700 (4)|
|8||Michael Musquin||France||7:24.880||15||27.537 (5)|
|9||Nicolai M Hansen||Denmark||7:27.817||15||28.347 (4)|
|10||Davide Degali Esposti||Italy||7:32.697||15||28.110 (3)|
|11||Stefan K Olsen||Denmark||7:13.777||14||28.850 (9)|
|12||Ashley Greedy||Wales||6:18.297||10||28.153 (5)|
|13||Adrien Lopez||France||7:02.307||10||28.320 (6)|
Alexander Rouis quickly captured the lead after fellow countryman Florent Richier took the holeshoot in the main.
Both Siebler and McGrath got bad starts and found them self in the middle of the pack during the race.
Alexander Rouis led almost the whole main taking the win of day one in Malmö.
Podium: Siebler, Rouis & Richier
McGrath started the day taking the holeshoot in heat 1 & held it all the way to the checkered flag.
Cole Siebler had a nasty crash during his heat. McGrath was first on place securing that he was not hurt.
Florent Richier had a excelent day taking second 1 second behind Alexander Rouis.