Final Results from EWS Crans-Montana 2021

Sep 12, 2021
by Ed Spratt  
Jesse Melamed speed tucking on Stage 2

The EWS is back as riders take on four stages after racing the Pro Stage. For the Masters, it was a repeat win for Leonie Picton and Karim Amour as they secured big wins in their categories. In the U21 racing, Lisa Baumann and Francescu Camoin just pulled ahead to win in Crans-Montana.

Melanie Pugin came out victorious again in the Elite Women's as she pulled ahead by nearly ten seconds over Morgane Charre. Noga Korem rounded out the top three 30 seconds back.

Richie Rude continued his dominance this year as he secured another win this week and will now lead in the 2021 overall standings. Jack Moir was carrying an injury from yesterday's racing, but he fought hard to end the day in 10th place. Second place today went to Jesse Melamed, who has been looking fast all weekend.

Check out the full results below.



Results

Elite Women


1st. Melanie Pugin: 31:31.57
2nd. Morgane Charre: 31:41.33
3rd. Noga Korem: 32:00.56
4th. Harriet Harnden: 32:07.24
5th. Estelle Charles: 32:09.18


Elite Men


1st. Richie Rude: 26:36.00
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 26:42.64
3rd. Martin Maes: 26:45.66
4th. Slawomir Lukasik: 27:01.77
5th. Kevin Miquel: 27:02.38



U21 Women


1st. Lisa Baumann: 33:59.78
2nd. Sophie Riva: 34:01.36
3rd. Emmy Lan: 34:21.02
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 34:40.48
5th. Justine Henry: 39:09.94


U21 Men


1st. Francescu Camoin: 28:19.94
2nd. Nathan Sterckx: 28:35.43
3rd. Myles Morgan: 28:41.43
4th. Jack Piercy: 28:43.90
5th. Jack Menzies: 28:45.47



Master Women


1st. Leonie Picton: 37:18.82
2nd. Daniela Michel: 40:08.21


Master Men


1st. Karim Amour: 29:48.60
2nd. Claudio Negro: 31:25.85
3rd. Ludovic Corre: 31:37.68
4th. Adrian Vesenbeckh: 31:39.32
5th. Niklaus Moesle: 32:13.85




Full Results

Elite Women


Top 50 - Elite Men


U21 Women


U21 Men


Master Women


Master Men




Live Updates


7:26 am PDT

Antoine Vidal Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Men

1st. Antoine Vidal: 6:43.33
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: +1.27
3rd. Richie Rude: +1.60
4th. Martin Maes: +1.66
5th. Jesse Melamed: +3.60

Richie Rude Wins Round 7 of the 2021 EWS

1st. Richie Rude: 26:36.00
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 26:42.64
3rd. Martin Maes: 26:45.66
4th. Slawomir Lukasik: 27:01.77
5th. Kevin Miquel: 27:02.38



7:09 am PDT

Jack Moir finishes the final stage in fourth, four seconds back so far. Jack has struggled today with an injury from yesterday's racing, he was sitting in 12th after stage four.



7:06 am PDT

Antoine Vidal flies to the front as he takes a second and a half off Slawomir Lukasik.



7:03 am PDT

Charlie Murray takes the lead as he crosses the line just 0.48 seconds up.



6:49 am PDT

As the top-ranked Elite Men kick off the final stage, here are the current top five:

1st. Connor Fearon: 6:50.46
2nd. Mckay Vezina: +3.56
3rd. Irenee Menjou: +4.13
4th. Romain Paulhan: +4.33
5th. Basil Weber: +5.02



6:47 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 7:48.25
2nd. Melanie Pugin: +3.10
3rd. Noga Korem: +3.35
4th. Harriet Harnden: +4.01
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: +6.38

Melanie Pugin Wins Round 7 of the 2021 EWS

1st. Melanie Pugin: 31:31.57
2nd. Morgane Charre: 31:41.33
3rd. Noga Korem: 32:00.56
4th. Harriet Harnden: 32:07.24
5th. Estelle Charles: 32:09.18



6:44 am PDT

Harriet Harnden comes so close but falls just 0.66 seconds back.



6:43 am PDT

Noga Korem takes the top spot with a 13-second gap to Rae Morrison.



6:42 am PDT

Rae Morrison now leads the Elite Women on the final stage so far with Miranda Miller in 2nd and Becky Cook in 3rd place.



5:37 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit the final stage, the current top five riders are:

1st. Sidonie Jolidon: 8:29.01
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +3.01
3rd. Lea Salome Rutz: +8.55
4th. Anja Hovorka: +36.52
5th. Anna Littorin sandbu: +44.03



5:32 am PDT

Lisa Baumann Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Women

1st. Lisa Baumann: 8:19.81
2nd. Sophie Riva: +4.38
3rd. Emmy Lan: +5.50
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +19.61
5th. Justine Henry: +53.65

Francescu Camoin Wins Round 7 of the 2021 EWS

1st. Lisa Baumann: 33:59.78
2nd. Sophie Riva: 34:01.36
3rd. Emmy Lan: 34:21.02
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 34:40.48
5th. Justine Henry: 39:09.94



5:24 am PDT

Nathan Sterckx Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Men

1st. Nathan Sterckx: 6:55.31
2nd. Noah Hoffman: +8.24
3rd. Emmett Hancock: +8.99
4th. Jack Menzies: +9.80
5th. Myles Morgan: +10.47

Francescu Camoin Wins Round 7 of the 2021 EWS

1st. Francescu Camoin: 28:19.94
2nd. Nathan Sterckx: 28:35.43
3rd. Myles Morgan: 28:41.43
4th. Jack Piercy: 28:43.90
5th. Jack Menzies: 28:45.47



4:39 am PDT

Richie Rude Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 5:08.57
2nd. Martin Maes: +0.68
3rd. Jesse Melamed: +1.78
4th. Dimitri Tordo: +2.18
5th. Jose Borges: +3.85

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Richie Rude: 19:51.07
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 19:55.71
3rd. Martin Maes: 20:00.67
4th. Kasper Woolley: 20:13.61
5th. Kevin Miquel: 20:13.81



4:35 am PDT

Martin Maes takes the top spot so far by one and a half seconds.



4:31 am PDT

Slawomir Lukasik now takes the lead as we head into the final riders on Stage four.



4:29 am PDT

Mirco Vendemmia pulls just ahead of Mckay Vezina by 1.72 seconds.



4:15 am PDT

As the top-ranked Elite Men to hit stage 4, here are the current top five:

1st. Mckay Vezina: 5:19.17
2nd. Connor Fearon: +2.93
3rd. Romain Paulhan: +3.37
4th. Christian Textor: +7.23
5th. Irenee Menjou: +9.10



4:13 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 6:19.54
2nd. Noga Korem: +2.86
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +2.94
4th. Harriet Harnden: +9.30
5th. Estelle Charles: +10.01

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Melanie Pugin: 23:40.22
2nd. Morgane Charre: 23:53.08
3rd. Noga Korem: 24:08.96
4th. Estelle Charles: 24:12.64
5th. Katy Winton: 24:12.89



4:09 am PDT

Noga Korem does even better as she finds a huge seven-second advantage to take the new top time.



4:08 am PDT

Katy Winton blasts the fastest time and goes into the lead with over six seconds to spare.



4:07 am PDT

Bex Baraona now leads with just 0.26 seconds back to Miranda Miller.



3:25 am PDT

The top-ranked Elite Women will be hitting stage four soon, the current top five riders are:

1st. Nadine Ellecosta: 6:47.36
2nd. Sidonie Jolidon: +10.84
3rd. Lea Salome Rutz: +36.55
4th. Anja Hovorka: +45.95
5th. Irene Savelli: +57.49



3:23 am PDT

Sophie Riva Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 6:53.03
2nd. Emmy Lan: +8.20
3rd. Lisa Baumann: +15.17
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +23.20
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +1:24.99

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Sophie Riva: 25:37.17
2nd. Lisa Baumann: 25:39.97
3rd. Emmy Lan: 25:55.71
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 26:01.06
5th. Justine Henry: 29:56.48



3:20 am PDT

Emmett Hancock Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Men

1st. Emmett Hancock: 5:30.28
2nd. Francescu Camoin: +1.10
3rd. Myles Morgan: +1.87
4th. Nathan Sterckx: +3.19
5th. Noah Hoffman: +3.22

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Francescu Camoin: 21:12.61
2nd. Jack Piercy: 21:32.91
3rd. Myles Morgan: 21:35.65
4th. Nathan Sterckx: 21:40.12
5th. Jack Menzies: 21:40.36



3:16 am PDT

Youn Deniaud Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Men

1st. Youn Deniaud: 4:08.95
2nd. Kevin Miquel: +0.08
3rd. Jesse Melamed: +0.44
4th. Connor Fearon: +1.45
5th. Martin Maes: +2.15

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Richie Rude: 14:42.50
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 14:45.36
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 14:49.11
4th. Martin Maes: 14:51.42
5th. Youn Deniaud: 14:56.50



3:11 am PDT

Kevin Miquel just misses the top spot, going 0.08 seconds back.



3:07 am PDT

Connor Fearon's time looked to be holding strong at the top, but Youn Deniaud has just come across the line 1.45 seconds up and takes the lead so far.



2:51 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit stage 3, here are the current top five:

1st. Connor Fearon: 4:10.40
2nd. Mckay Vezina: +1.10
3rd. Irenee Menjou: +4.52
4th. Felipe Ignacio Agurto Galleguillos: +5.15
5th. Camille Servant: +7.57



2:49 am PDT

Melanie Pugin Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Women

1st. Melanie Pugin: 4:51.75
2nd. Noga Korem: +5.62
3rd. Katy Winton: +9.40
4th. Miranda Miller: +10.22
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: +11.12

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Melanie Pugin: 17:17.74
2nd. Morgane Charre: 17:33.54
3rd. Miranda Miller: 17:40.19
4th. Estelle Charles: 17:43.09
5th. Katy Winton: 17:43.12



2:45 am PDT

It's now Noga Korem who takes the top spot so far as she passes Katy Winton who had just beaten Miranda's time.



2:43 am PDT

Miranda Miller is the first rider to beat Sidonie Jolidon's time as she goes over five seconds faster.



2:17 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit stage three the current top five riders are:

1st. Sidonie Jolidon: 5:07.03
2nd. Lea Salome Rutz: +11.42
3rd. Nadine Ellecosta: +13.78
4th. Irene Savelli: +32.62
5th. Anja Hovorka: +34.14



2:15 am PDT

Sophie Riva Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 5:16.38
2nd. Lisa Baumann: +3.07
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +5.30
4th. Emmy Lan: +7.33
5th. Justine Henry: +53.22

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Lisa Baumann: 18:31.77
2nd. Sophie Riva: 18:44.14
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 18:44.83
4th. Emmy Lan: 18:54.48
5th. Justine Henry: 21:29.88



2:12 am PDT

Jack Piercy Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Men

1st. Jack Piercy: 4:23.30
2nd. Bradley Harris: +1.38
3rd. Francescu Camoin: +2.36
4th. Myles Morgan: +3.33
5th. Nans Arnaud: +3.55

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Francescu Camoin: 15:41.23
2nd. Jack Piercy: 15:52.01
3rd. Bradley Harris: 15:56.93
4th. Jack Menzies: 15:58.86
5th. Myles Morgan: 16:03.50



2:07 am PDT

Richie Rude Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 6:28.16
2nd. Jesse Melamed: +0.69
3rd. Kevin Miquel: +1.02
4th. Slawomir Lukasik: +4.04
5th. Kasper Woolley: +4.40

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Richie Rude: 10:31.34
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 10:35.97
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 10:40.08
4th. Martin Maes: 10:40.35
5th. Kasper Woolley: 10:41.76



2:05 am PDT

Jesse Melamed manages to find 0.69 seconds to pull ahead of Kevin Miquel with just Richie Rude left.



2:01 am PDT

The times keep falling as Kevin Miquel bests Slawomir by over three seconds.



2:00 am PDT

Slawomir Lukasik smashes the top time so far by nearly three seconds.



1:57 am PDT

Damien Oton pulls into the lead by only 0.40 seconds.



1:52 am PDT

The top 30 ranked Elite Men are now on Stage 2 and Shawn Neer has just gone fastest by nearly four seconds.



1:43 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit the first stage of the day, here are the current top five riders:

1st. Connor Fearon: 6:39.50
2nd. Irenee Menjou: +1.65
3rd. Joe Nation: +3.08
4th. Christian Textor: +3.22
5th. Mckay Vezina: +5.00



1:41 am PDT

Harriet Harnden Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 7:27.60
2nd. Morgane Charre: +1.50
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +2.13
4th. Noga Korem: +5.39
5th. Miranda Miller: +7.92

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Melanie Pugin: 12:25.99
2nd. Morgane Charre: 12:29.94
3rd. Miranda Miller: 12:38.22
4th. Estelle Charles: 12:38.29
5th. Harriet Harnden: 12:41.69



1:38 am PDT

Harriet Harnden is back at the top with a gap of 5.39 seconds to Noga Korem.



1:36 am PDT

Noga Korem takes the lead so far by two and a half seconds.



1:35 am PDT

Miranda Miller flies into the lead by a huge seven seconds.



1:34 am PDT

Veronika Bruchle is the fastest so far on Stage 2 as she goes three seconds up on Becky Cook.



0:47 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit the first stage today following yesterday's Pro Stage, here are the current top five riders:

1st. Sidonie Jolidon: 8:01.45
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +5.23
3rd. Anja Hovorka: +25.38
4th. Lea Salome Rutz: +26.60
5th. Anna Littorin Sandbu: +27.43



0:45 am PDT

Lisa Baumann Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Women

1st. Lisa Baumann: 7:52.07
2nd. Sophie Riva: +8.32
3rd. Emmy Lan: +13.41
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +16.41
5th. Justine Henry: +1:11.18

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Lisa Baumann: 13:12.32
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 13:23.15
3rd. Sophie Riva: 13:27.76
4th. Emmy Lan: 13:30.77
5th. Justine Henry: 15:20.28



0:40 am PDT

Francescu Camoin Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Men

1st. Francescu Camoin: 6:50.12
2nd. Noah Hoffman: +8.09
3rd. Jack Menzies: +8.58
4th. Alexis Icardo: +11.06
5th. Bradley Harris: +12.45

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Francescu Camoin: 11:15.57
2nd. Noah Hoffman: 11:15.89
3rd. Jack Piercy: 11:28.71
4th. Jack Menzies: 11:31.44
5th. Bradley Harris: 11:32.25



0:40 am PDT:

Racing is now underway for the seventh round of the 2021 EWS. Riders will face a four-stage race today, Saturday had the racers line up for the Pro stage, check out the results from the one-stage showdown below.


Elite Women


1st. Melanie Pugin: 4:56.26
2nd. Morgane Charre: +4.58
3rd. Estelle Charles: +5.81
4th. Katy Winton: +6.36
5th. Miranda Miller: +6.44


Elite Men


1st. Richie Rude: 4:03.18
2nd. Jesse Melamed: +3.94
3rd. Martin Maes: +4.01
4th. Kasper Woolley: +6.02
5th. Matthew Walker: +6.06



U21 Women


1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 5:14.67
2nd. Lisa Baumann: +5.58
3rd. Emmy Lan: +10.62
4th. Sophie Riva: +12.70
5th. Helen Weber: +20.76


U21 Men


1st. Noah Hoffman: 4:17.68
2nd. Jack Piercy: +5.61
3rd. Francescu Camoin: +7.77
4th. Alex Storr: +11.17
5th. Bradley Harris: +12.00



Master Women


1st. Leonie Picton: 5:58.87
2nd. Daniela Michel: +27.20


Master Men


1st. Karim Amour: 4:36.52
2nd. Adrian Vesenbeckh: +9.78
3rd. Claudio Negro: +21.06
4th. Ludovic Corre: +23.28
5th. Clement Magnea: +28.95





77 Comments

  • 41 2
 Lukasik as a privateer in 4th. That is absolutely awesome!
  • 8 0
 and he finished one stage with a snapped chain stuck in his wheel! the guy's on fire this year, was there a faster privateer in the last few years of EWS?
  • 8 0
 10th płace was absolute achievement but 4th? C’mon! „Who the f**k is this polish dude” - every racing team manager now.
  • 2 1
 His instagram says he's Factory NS Bikes??
  • 9 0
 @Trudeez: he's not. Sleeping in his T5 and no mechanic or any support. I think he used to ride DH for NS team some time ago
  • 28 1
 Sławek Łukasik is GREATSmile
  • 6 0
 Hell yes! Someone sponsor this kid, what a ride! @pinkbike why is he not on fantasy?
  • 12 0
 @MikeyMT: We pick the riders for Fantasy League based on performance from previous years and always try to include the top 100 men / top 50 women from the past season. Slawomir Lukasik is smashing it this year so I will get him added to the rider list after the points are added for this round.
  • 3 0
 @edspratt: why? weird choice to not update the list at least once during the season
  • 3 0
 @edspratt: on second though it might jinx him. I take it back, DO NOT add him.
  • 3 0
 @MikeyMT: on his insta he says he's Factory NS Bikes. Although it very much looks like he sleeps and wrenches for himself out the back of his van.
  • 2 0
 @Trudeez: he has some support from them and Leatt I believe. But he’s not on a factory ride which I think is how people are defining privateer these days. Basically he gets some pro form here and there. I think it’s a language thing. There is an old WYN TV where he explained it and got the privateer award.
  • 17 1
 I guess Moir had a crash yesterday and is riding injured or in pain? Bummer - hope he can keep it tight and take this down to the wire.
  • 13 6
 Pitty I have to get this info from the coments... But thanks.
  • 9 13
flag mccarthyp (Sep 12, 2021 at 6:59) (Below Threshold)
 @PauRexs: agreed, very poor show from PB, simply copying EWS live feed.
  • 12 1
 @mccarthyp: Cheers for the feedback! Covering the EWS is tricky because it pretty much involves staring at a timing feed for most of a day. I'm always looking to improve the live updates for the EWS and World Cups so let me know of any ways you think we can do this better.
  • 3 2
 @edspratt: imbed with auto scroll.
  • 2 1
 @edspratt: Jack having such an issue that can decide the overall title.. deserves a single new alone with updates...
  • 1 0
 @PauRexs: I bet a bunch of guys are riding with injuries, like whats up with Sam?
  • 1 1
 @PauRexs: Jack's crash and injury was mentioned in Gmbn Pro stage coverage were they show the top 3 runs. There could be some issue with PB and GMBN, but EWS coverage is lacking this season. Also if you follow the Instagram of most pro might help with info on the race.
  • 1 1
 @Zuman: yeah thanks I do sometimes, but key stuff should be covered into regular media. It's not fair for fans to must have that social media and for media to expect it gets covered there...
  • 1 1
 @PauRexs: I think we have our answer. You want better EWS coverage, get it at GMBN. Anyway following riders for updates is crap - they often won’t post until long after an event is over.
  • 10 0
 What in the Sam Hill is going on?
  • 9 0
 Evan Wall 46th!!! He’s a real one - let’s go PB Academy!

Biggest congrats Evan!
  • 3 0
 Seriously, great result and validation for the PB academy.
  • 7 0
 Lukasik has bigger legs than Rude. Guy is a beast.
  • 8 3
 Kasper seems to have found the confidence he needed at the last two rounds!!
  • 35 30
 Jesse needs to drink from a different water bottle, then maybe he’ll get the boost he needs to take first.
  • 25 21
 Yea how rude of richie to not to share his
  • 15 7
 These comments are hilarious. No idea why they’re getting down voted. Poor dentists must be triggered hard.
  • 12 8
 @Afterschoolsports: I only can call it like I see it. Maybe people dont want to read truth in their new fangled fantasy outside land. I mean they stripped every single win from L. Armstrong. They only caught him once. He beat the french at their own game for years.
  • 4 5
 @weebleswobbles:

How do you see it? are you testing these athletes and privy to the results? I figure this isn’t like the tour where there’s so much money behind it and team doctors and such. The roadies have the resources to try to cheat the system. There’s no damn money in Enduro but I guess the ego transcends any sport. I’m not a fanboi tho just a realist. I believe RR knew what he was doing (nothing to back that up) but also believe he wouldn’t risk his whole career on a second offense.
  • 13 8
 @WasatchEnduro: Rude has failed a doping test and tried to blame any one and everyone else but himself. Its a shame his sponsors were happy to support a proven drug cheat
  • 7 10
 @CM999: I'm not condoning richie rude, or lance armstrong or Martin Mae's or Jared graves just to name cycling. I think once a cheater always a cheater. I dont condone the use of Peds.
  • 2 6
flag weebleswobbles (Sep 12, 2021 at 11:24) (Below Threshold)
 @WasatchEnduro: I'm not condoning richie rude, or lance armstrong or Martin Mae's or Jared graves just to name cycling. I think once a cheater always a cheater. I dont condone the use of Peds.
  • 3 2
 @weebleswobbles:

same. I get older and slower and it is what it is… when I get too damn slow rather than going full Icarus I’ll just get an ebike. That’s a ways off still tho.
  • 5 8
 Man, Rude wins elite and KA wins masters. (Ex-)dopers at the top. Not a great sight for the sport.
  • 2 2
 @weebleswobbles: I think it’s unfair to lump Mae’s into that category.
  • 1 0
 @WasatchEnduro: I'm on the injured list now and just cant bring myself to go for an e-mtb. My inner a*shole tells me to toughen up and ride!
  • 7 1
 Yes! Congrats Jesse
  • 5 1
 Gowan Becky Cook back inside the top 10! epic work for a privateer who works a 9 till 5
  • 6 1
 What's happening with Sam Hill this year? Dropped off the radar completely
  • 5 9
flag jwdenver (Sep 12, 2021 at 8:56) (Below Threshold)
 He’s old. Happens to everybody.
  • 10 0
 Page said Sam had had a big year off and was entitled to the rest.
  • 7 2
 @jwdenver: Greg Minnaar would like to have a word with you
  • 1 0
 @jwdenver: I believe he mentioned in an interview early in the season that his fitness regiment was not near what it was before 2020 and then the short season last year not competing. Staying at the top level is near impossible even for Hill if you don’t keep the training going. It has less to do with his age as his stamina. He gets back on the program he was on, he’ll be back up there. Now it just depends if that’s what he wants to do.
  • 7 3
 Excuse me pb, any chance we can get top 10 results?
  • 4 1
 Jack injured his shoulder yesterday Frown Don't know if he even started today....
  • 3 1
 He did, EWS has him on their stories starting and on at least one stage.
  • 4 1
 Even with a f*cked shoulder he’s still running in the top ten
  • 4 2
 @enduroNZ: he only knows Go and Stop. No take it easy mate
  • 4 0
 Incredible effort from Moir riding injured.
  • 4 0
 Why is there no sponsor below Connor Fearons name ??? Kona ???
  • 3 0
 C'mon sign Sławek to some real factory team already. He deserves to be privateer of the year and land some good contract!
  • 6 1
 Congrats to Richie!!
  • 4 0
 Moir, kiler bro!
  • 3 0
 Martin Maes listed without team. Is he a Privateer now?
  • 5 3
 Maes creeping back into the mix!
  • 2 0
 Yeah Noga!!! What a comeback from yesterday's crash
  • 2 0
 YESSSS SLAWEK!!!! You beast!
  • 1 0
 Gutted for Jack Moir, he has done so well this seasona.
  • 1 0
 what happened to Sam Hill.......?
  • 1 0
 Que grande Pipe Agurto
  • 1 0
 Yeah Emmy!!
  • 1 0
 Kasper f’in Woolley!!!
  • 4 7
 Damn outside pinkbike magazine's coverage is kinda lacking.
  • 3 2
 I was thinking the same. This race had little to no coverage
  • 11 2
 Nothing to do with Outside. The EWS has a few more guidelines in place about what we can do at races now, and for this one we unfortunately had to choose between EWS and Snowshoe for a videographer.
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 @brianpark: thankyou! So that means footage from West Virginia coming soon? Man I love that place where the country roads take me home
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 It seems they're embedded with GCN now.
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 @brianpark: so you’re saying we could have better coverage but the EWS won’t let you have it?
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 @thenotoriousmic: errr sort of? we still have a great relationship with those folks and I want to see the EWS succeed, but as a business they've got more guidelines now. To be fair, they're very generous guidelines and in normal times we could operate within them and still do good coverage, it's just a really challenging time to be trying to do all the things for all the people. We had to make a call, and with Ben at Snowshoe it made sense to have more people go there.
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