Steve Smith was fastest at every split, and there probably isn't a single person that isn't stoked for him!
5th gear and pinned, headed for the finish line and his first ever World Cup win.
Way to go Stevie! It's been a long, long time since I've heard the Canadian National Anthem at a downhill podium. You made us all proud!
Greg Minnaar finished third here today, which gave him enough points for second overall in the series. Pretty sure he'll be content with that and the rainbow stripes this year...
The World Champion, taking some hot laps in his rainbow jersey this morning.
Nick beer finished fifth to make it three Devinci riders on the podium. Pretty sure there's already a big party going on in Chicoutimi Quebec
Crazy Swedish fans!
Photographer, no press accreditation, no bib, who cares?
Needles whips it out, a bit like Danny Hart
Brendan was very happy with his 10th place!
Mick Hannah finished 11th, not quite what he had wanted...
...but he just didn't have enough in the tank today.
Great result for the local hero Isac Leivsson, 12th place.
Robin Wallner was not able to repeat his result from yesterday, but a solid top 20 for him!
The Norwegian fans finally came out after a few hours
Hard to tell the Lapierre bunch apart now that they all seem to have similar helmets and a lack of bike detailing, but Blenki still sends it!
Richie Rude is getting faster and faster every week. He's quiet, but a great kid. Way to shred it Richard the 3rd!
Eliot Jackson cruises an early morning lap in the sunshine.
Greg and his rainbows make their way through the lower rock traverse.
Steve Smith's winning machine!
The rocks here in Norway were as deep and tough to navigate as the Fjords that dot the coastline.
Rachel Atherton taking one last win for the season. Even though she won all but one of the World Cups she entered this year, it came down to this one last race, and only 140 points between her and Emmy.
Morgane Charre on the podium again this week.
Casey Brown. 3 world cups, 1 podium. Way to go on your 4th place, mighty mouse!
Most of the track dried pretty quick, but not the lower part in the last woods. Petra Bernhard just missed the podium here in Hafjell.
Tahnee went down hard during her final run, but managed to continue and finished in 9th place. She's the 2012 junior World Cup champ.
These feet were made for walking. Rachel had plenty of "marry me" offers coming from the fans...
Canadian girl Casey Brown, stoked with her first World Cup podium!
Thanks to the crazy Norwegian fans for such a great atmosphere during the awards ceremony.
The Men's Podium (left to right: Gee Atherton 4th, George Brannigan 2nd, Steve Smith first, Greg Minnaar 3rd, Nick Beer 5th)
The Women's Podium (left to right: Casey Brown 4th, Emmeline Ragot 2nd, Rachel Atherton 1st, Morgane Charre 3rd, Jackie Harmony 5th)
All kind of cover bands here in Hafjell, AC/DC, Guns 'n roses, you name it...