Bob Stenson realized he had a rear flat just in time to get it changed before his race run.
Allan Cooke getting ready to roll in.
Word on the street is that Josh Carlson was once a heckler himself.
Spencer Graf about to enter the heckle factory.
No shirts on the rock.
Connor McCloud wasn't following the shirts off on the rock orders and the hypocrite that Tippie is made sure it came off. That Pinkbike shirt will be coming out of his paycheck..
Tippie making friends.
Mike Day, in the eye of the storm that is Heckler's rock.
Anthony Evans styling out for the hecklers.
Sik Mik, caught in the throes of Heckler's rock.
Mick Hannah doing his best to ignore the hecklers and keep it low and fast.
Sam Blenkinsop on his way to winning the overall DH for highest overall placing at all three Crankworx DH events.
Mark Wallace smashing down the rock on home, Canadian turf.
Wyn Masters must be superstitious because he couldn't bear to have lucky number thirteen. Opting out instead for number E1.
Connor Fearon pinned through the crowd.
Ronnier Renner came up for a few laps today and got called out for being an old man by the hecklers.
Stevie Smith getting the crowd pumped up.
Canadian Open prodigy Stevie Smith didn't get the win on home turf he's been looking for.
Stevie Smith rode off the edge of the course near the end of his run, which knocked him down to eighth for the day.
Tippie, the original heckler, looking very comfortable at the 'ol Heckler's rock.
Plate #192 got heckled so bad, they lost his name from the start list.
Cover your ears kids... R rated profanity echoing off the rock.
Bernard Kerr, not at all fazed by the heckle factory.
Louis Hamilton wished he was racing Crankworx Rotorua. No hecklers there.
Eliot Jackson couldn't give a damn about getting heckled.
Elliot Jackson chasing rainbows in the skies.
Robin Wallner from Are Sweden could barely hold on after the heckling he got today.
Forrest Riesco looking pretty composed after blasting through the heckles.
Kirk McDowall almost got heckled right off the course today.
Bernard Kerr had to put down a safe run to secure his King of Crankworx winnings. That he did, but very narrowly getting the 10th place he needed.
Dean Lucas dreaming of rainbows down Heckler's Rock.
Blenkinsop coming home for third place.
Troy Brosnan has been spending a huge amount of time in Whistler as of late... something about a local girl? That time on the trails paid off today with a win in the DH.
Claire Buchar, a Whistler local, was completely unfazed by Heckler's rock.
Claire Buchar putting her local knowledge to work on the Canadian Open Track and came home fifth.
It's damn good to see Miranda Miller back in race form.
Banged up shoulder? No problem. Emelie Siegenthaler taking home fourth place against some fast company.
Full focus: Tracy Hannah in the zone.
Tracey Hannah got heckled all the way to third for the day.
Casey Brown was so freaked out by the hecklers, she jumped, and won the race.
Casey Brown taking the win for the Canadians today.
Casey Brown on a tear to take home the win in the Canadian Open DH here at Crankworx.
Casey Brown was racing with a fresh brake rotor brand on her right leg.
Crankworx Super Fan.
I see bubbles. Lots of bubbles.
A Canadian Mounty came along to present the King and Queen of Crankworx trophies.
The King and Queen of Crankworx: Bernard Kerr and Anneke Beerten. I have no idea what Bernard is going to do with his $25k check, but Beerten plans on loading up on gourmet chocolate from a shop in the village.
Bernard Kerr barely won $25,000 today, he needed to get 10th place or better to win King of Crankworx and got 10th place today in the DH race. One lucky human being right here. .1 seconds off of getting beat by Mick Hannah and not getting the winnings.
Sam Blenkinsop winner of the Crankworx World Tour DH overall based on his results from all three Crankworx locations (New Zealand, France and Whistler).
Canadian Open DH Podium (L-R). Connor Fearon and Emilie Siegenthaler (4), Mark Wallace and Miranda MIller (2), Troy Brosnan and Casey Brown (1), Tracy Hannah and Sam Blenkinsop (3), Claire Buchar and Marcelo Gutierrez (5).