Final Results from EWS Finale Ligure 2021

Sep 19, 2021
by Ed Spratt  
Martin Maes has turned up the speed at the end of the season and will be a threat here

The EWS is back as riders take on four stages after racing the Pro Stage. For the Masters, Leonie Picton and Martino Fruet were the fastest across the five stages. In the U21 racing, Gaia Tormena and Francescu Camoin just pulled ahead to win in Finale Ligure.

Morgane Charre took a controlling win after looking fast all day, she even managed to win stage three by over 16 seconds. Isabeau Courdurier: finished the day in 2nd with Bex Baraona completed the top three.

In the Elite Men's race, Jack Moir was back to winning, beating Jesse Melamed by nearly 20 seconds. Richie Rude was slightly off the pace for most of the day and ended up in fifth after the five stages of racing.

Check out the full results below.




Elite Women


1st. Morgane Charre: 28:40.60
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 28:57.45
3rd. Bex Baraona: 29:12.07
4th. Melanie Pugin: 29:13.24
5th. Noga Korem: 29:17.87


Elite Men


1st. Jack Moir: 24:36.51
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 24:51.14
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 24:54.31
4th. Martin Maes: 24:54.76
5th. Richie Rude: 24:55.14



U21 Women


1st. Gaia Tormena: 29:54.88
2nd. Sophie Riva: 30:50.91
3rd. Polly Henderson: 32:00.75
4th. Helen Weber: 32:18.35
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 35:58.16


U21 Men


1st. Francescu Camoin: 25:45.46
2nd. Jack Menzies: 25:58.03
3rd. Alex Storr: 26:11.90
4th. Tarmo Ryynanen: 26:21.62
5th. Jack Piercy: 26:36.11



Master Women


1st. Leonie Picton: 31:19.31
2nd. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 32:05.95
3rd. Suvi Vacker: 32:34.45
4th. Alexa Hueni: 34:31.93
5th. Daniela Michel: 34:51.11


Master Men


1st. Martino Fruet: 27:15.25
2nd. Karim Amour: 27:22.44
3rd. James Hughes: 27:54.74
4th. Espen Johnsen: 28:01.90
5th. Simon Andre: 28:07.89




Full Results

Elite Women


Top 50 - Elite Men


U21 Women


U21 Men


Master Women


Master Men




Live Updates


7:58 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir takes another stage win as he just beats Richie Rude on the final stage of the day by 0.15 seconds.

1st. Jack Moir: 2:19.25
2nd. Richie Rude: +0.15
3rd. Slawomir Lukasik: +2.52
4th. Florian Nicolai: +2.53
4th. Edgar Carballo Gonzalez: +2.65

Jack Moir Wins EWS Finale Ligure

1st. Jack Moir: 24:36.51
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 24:51.14
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 24:54.31
4th. Martin Maes: 24:54.76
5th. Richie Rude: 24:55.14



7:55 am PDT

Jack Moir squeezes past Richie by 0.15 seconds to take the lead.



7:54 am PDT

Richie Rude goes into the lead by over two seconds.



7:51 am PDT

Racing is incredibly tight on the final stage with Slawomir Lukasik besting Florian Nicolai by only 0.01 seconds.



7:46 am PDT

By the smallest of margins Florian Nicolai goes fastest by 0.12 seconds.



7:37 am PDT

Taking nearly four seconds off the top time Edgar Carballo Gonzalez goes into the lead on the final stage of the day.



7:32 am PDT

As the top-ranked Elite Men start to hit the final stage the current top five is:

1st. Patrick Luthi: 2:25.65
2nd. Evan Wall: +1.05
3rd. Vid Persak: +1.85
4th. Eliott Baud: +2.37
5th. Kelan Grant: +2.45



7:30 am PDT

Bex Baraona Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Women

Bex Baraona wins the final stage in Finale by only 0.7 seconds over Morgane Charre.

1st. Bex Baraona: 2:52.40
2nd. Morgane Charre: +0.70
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: +1.43
4th. Melanie Pugin: +1.54
5th. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: +5.73

Morgane Charre Wins EWS Finale Ligure

1st. Morgane Charre: 28:40.60
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 28:57.45
3rd. Bex Baraona: 29:12.07
4th. Melanie Pugin: 29:13.24
5th. Noga Korem: 29:17.87



7:22 am PDT

The times keep falling as Bex Baraona goes quickest so far on the final stage with Andreane Lanthier Nadeau in 2nd.



6:37 am PDT

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

1st. Barbora Prudkova: 3:04.60
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +9.38
3rd. Anja Hovorka: +12.50
4th. Sidonie Jolidon: +16.40
5th. Martha Gill: +18.02



6:36 am PDT

Gaia Tormena Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Women

1st. Gaia Tormena: 2:59.23
2nd. Sophie Riva: +16.42
3rd. Helen Weber: +19.79
4th. Polly Henderson: +20.47
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +1:01.72

Gaia Tormena Wins EWS Finale Ligure

1st. Gaia Tormena: 29:54.88
2nd. Sophie Riva: 30:50.91
3rd. Polly Henderson: 32:00.75
4th. Helen Weber: 32:18.35
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 35:58.16



6:33 am PDT

Alex Storr Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Men

1st. Alex Storr: 2:27.27
2nd. Francescu Camoin: +0.96
3rd. Manu Warnet: +1.14
4th. Jack Menzies: +3.80
5th. Jake Ebdon: +4.27

Francescu Camoin Wins EWS Finale Ligure

1st. Francescu Camoin: 25:45.46
2nd. Jack Menzies: 25:58.03
3rd. Alex Storr: 26:11.90
4th. Tarmo Ryynanen: 26:21.62
5th. Jack Piercy: 26:36.11



6:28 am PDT

Zakarias Johansen Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Men

Zakarias Johansen just manages to take the stage win as he pushes ahead of Jesse Melamed by 0.61 seconds. Jack Moir finished the stage in 6th with Richie Rude all the way back in 12th position.

1st. Zakarias Johansen: 4:00.39
2nd. Jesse Melamed: +0.61
3rd. Kevin Miquel: +1.16
4th. Slawomir Lukasik: +1.48
4th. Jose Borges: +1.48

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Jack Moir: 22:17.26
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 22:27.25
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 22:27.76
4th. Martin Maes: 22:29.16
5th. Zakarias Johansen: 22:31.29



6:22 am PDT

Zakarias Johansen goes fastest just as his teammate, Robin Wallner, crosses the line in second place around four seconds back.



6:13 am PDT

Almost straight away Christian Textor flies across the line beating Mckay by over two seconds.



6:12 am PDT

Mckay Vezina just takes the lead on Stage 4 by 0.61 seconds.



6:04 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 4 the current top five is:

1st. Tommaso Francardo: 4:08.21
2nd. Mitch Ropelato: +2.44
3rd. Vid Persak: +2.73
4th. Connor Fearon: +3.72
5th. Matej Charvat: +3.79



6:02 am PDT

Isabeau Courdurier Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Women

Isabeau Courdurier goes fastest on Stage 4 as she finds over three seconds on Harriet Harnden. Melanie Pugin rounds out the top three, 4.46 seconds off the pace.

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 4:46.29
2nd. Harriet Harnden: +3.39
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +4.46
4th. Miranda Miller: +4.83
5th. Morgane Charre: +5.01

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Morgane Charre: 25:47.50
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 26:03.62
3rd. Noga Korem: 26:18.15
4th. Melanie Pugin: 26:19.30
5th. Rebecca Baraona: 26:19.67



5:58 am PDT

Morgane Charre won't take the win on Stage 4 as Harriet Harnden bests her time by 1.62 seconds.



5:53 am PDT

Setting the fastest time by over three seconds Bex Baraona now takes the top time so far.



5:49 am PDT

The top-ranked Elite Women are now on Stage 4 and Louise Margareta Paulin goes fastest so far by over eight seconds.



5:27 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 4 the current top five is:

1st. Barbora Prudkova: 5:04.35
2nd. Sidonie Jolidon: +13.21
3rd. Nadine Ellecosta: +13.75
4th. Irene Savelli: +24.01
5th. Anja Hovorka: +27.83



5:26 am PDT

Gaia Tormena Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Women

1st. Gaia Tormena: 5:00.47
2nd. Sophie Riva: +9.45
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +23.26
4th. Polly Henderson: +29.78
5th. Helen Weber: +31.18

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Gaia Tormena: 26:55.65
2nd. Sophie Riva: 27:35.26
3rd. Polly Henderson: 28:41.05
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 28:45.56
5th. Helen Weber: 28:59.33



5:24 am PDT

Francescu Camoin Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Men

1st. Francescu Camoin: 4:14.66
2nd. Jack Piercy: +0.34
3rd. Jack Menzies: +1.27
4th. Tarmo Ryynanen: +2.16
5th. Alex Storr: +4.54

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Francescu Camoin: 23:17.23
2nd. Jack Menzies: 23:26.96
3rd. Tarmo Ryynanen: 23:42.98
4th. Alex Storr: 23:44.63
5th. Jack Piercy: 24:02.18



5:21 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir wins another stage going over two seconds faster than Martin Maes. Slawomir Lukasik is back near the top and slots into third place on stage 3. Richie Rude finishes Stage 3 in 10th place, nearly ten seconds back.

1st. Jack Moir: 10:40.04
2nd. Martin Maes: +2.41
3rd. Slawomir Lukasik: +2.99
4th. Kevin Miquel: +4.50
5th. Jesse Melamed: +6.02

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Jack Moir: 18:14.65
2nd. Martin Maes: 18:17.30
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 18:26.21
4th. Jesse Melamed: 18:26.25
5th. Richie Rude: 18:29.08



5:14 am PDT

By a huge 3.99 seconds Slawomir Lukasik goes into the top spot so far.



5:10 am PDT

Damien Oton creates a big gap at the top as he finds over five seconds on Cole Lucas.



5:06 am PDT

Cole Lucas takes the top spot so far, dropping over three seconds on Christian Textor, who had just passed the time of Vid Persak.



4:56 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 3 the current top five is:

1st. Vid Persak: 10:57.53
2nd. Patrick Luthi: +3.25
3rd. Mitch Ropelato: +6.82
4th. Evan Wall: +6.94
5th. Juan Gabriel Torralba Garasa: +7.35



4:54 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Women

Morgane Charre takes another stage win today as she goes over 16 seconds faster than Harriet Harnden on the third stage.

1st. Morgane Charre: 12:00.78
2nd. Harriet Harnden: +16.11
3rd. Noga Korem: +17.12
4th. Barbora Prudkova: +17.69
5th. Rebecca Baraona: +19.00

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Morgane Charre: 20:56.20
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 21:17.33
3rd. Noga Korem: 21:24.48
4th. Raphaela Richter: 21:26.02
5th. Rebecca Baraona: 21:27.60



4:50 am PDT

Stage 2 winner Morgane Charre is on fire today as she blows apart the Women's field and takes the lead by a massive 16 seconds.



4:49 am PDT

Now it's Harriet Harnden who finds some extra seconds and takes over the top spot on Stage 3.



4:48 am PDT

Noga Korem goes into the lead by just 0.57 seconds over Barbora Prudkova.



4:14 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 3 the current top five is:

1st. Barbora Prudkova: 12:18.47
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +46.75
3rd. Martha Gill: +58.98
4th. Anja Hovorka: +1:06.63
5th. Irene Savelli: +1:10.44



4:12 am PDT

Gaia Tormena Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Women

1st. Gaia Tormena: 12:27.77
2nd. Sophie Riva: +22.08
3rd. Helen Weber: +50.45
4th. Polly Henderson: +58.90
5th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +1:12.70

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Gaia Tormena: 21:55.18
2nd. Sophie Riva: 22:25.34
3rd. Polly Henderson: 23:10.80
4th. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 23:21.83
5th. Helen Weber: 23:27.68



4:09 am PDT

Francescu Camoin Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Men

1st. Francescu Camoin: 11:04.59
2nd. Manu Warnet: +4.46
3rd. Jack Menzies: +6.60
4th. Tarmo Ryynanen: +10.76
5th. Jake Ebdon: +12.68

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Francescu Camoin: 19:02.57
2nd. Jack Menzies: 19:11.03
3rd. Manu Warnet: 19:12.23
4th. Alex Storr: 19:25.43
5th. Tarmo Ryynanen: 19:26.16



4:06 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir takes his first stage win in Finale as he goes 1.28 seconds faster than Martin Maes. Jesse Melamed completes the top three and Richie Rude falls back to sixth.

1st. Jack Moir: 5:14.47
2nd. Martin Maes: +1.28
3rd. Jesse Melamed: +1.67
4th. Rhys Verner: +3.09
5th. Slawomir Lukasik: +4.23

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Jack Moir: 7:34.61
2nd. Martin Maes: 7:34.85
3rd. Rhys Verner: 7:39.23
4th. Richie Rude: 7:39.77
5th. Jesse Melamed: 7:40.19



4:02 am PDT

It's now Jack Moir who goes into the lead by one and a half seconds.



4:00 am PDT

Jesse Melamed takes the top time so far by 1.42 seconds.



3:55 am PDT

Kasper Woolley comes the closest to Rhys as he finishes two seconds back.



3:47 am PDT

A great first stage from Rhys Verner pushes him to the top by over five seconds.



3:45 am PDT

Edgar Carballo Gonzalez passes Mitch Ropelato's time by 2.27 seconds.



3:40 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 2 the current top five is:

1st. Mitch Ropelato: 5:25.42
2nd. Connor Fearon: +2.58
3rd. Tommaso Francardo: +3.30
4th. Matej Charvat: +4.23
5th. Gilles Franck: +6.27



3:38 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Women

Morgane Charre takes a huge win on the first stage today as she beats Pro Stage winner, Isabeau Courdurier, by over five seconds. Miranda Miller completes the top three, seven seconds back.

1st. Morgane Charre: 6:02.67
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +5.61
3rd. Miranda Miller: +7.06
4th. Harriet Harnden: +7.49
5th. Raphaela Richter: +9.06

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 8:54.46
2nd. Morgane Charre: 8:55.42
3rd. Miranda Miller: 8:59.41
4th. Melanie Pugin: 9:04.41
5th. Raphaela Richter: 9:05.63



3:33 am PDT

Morgane Charre is now the rider to take the top time with Harriet Harnden seven seconds back.



3:31 am PDT

Raphaela Richter flies past Bex by almost five seconds.



3:29 am PDT

Bex Baraona takes nearly two seconds off Jill's time and moves into first place so far.



3:24 am PDT

Jill Kintner takes the lead as the rest of the Elite Women begin to ride the first stage of the day.



2:46 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 2 the current top five is:

1st. Barbora Prudkova: 6:21.00
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +11.82
3rd. Sidonie Jolidon: +15.81
4th. Irene Savelli: +28.72
5th. Martha Gill: +29.66



2:43 am PDT

Gaia Tormena Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Women

1st. Gaia Tormena: 6:25.22
2nd. Sophie Riva: +0.03
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +13.60
4th. Helen Weber: +20.22
5th. Polly Henderson: +21.46

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Gaia Tormena: 9:27.41
2nd. Sophie Riva: 9:35.49
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 9:41.36
4th. Polly Henderson: 9:44.13
5th. Helen Weber: 10:09.46



2:35 am PDT

Manu Warnet Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Men

1st. Manu Warnet: 5:32.43
2nd. Francescu Camoin: +0.44
3rd. Jack Menzies: +0.73
4th. Nathan Sterckx: +3.35
5th. Tarmo Ryynanen: +3.72

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Francescu Camoin: 7:57.98
2nd. Jack Menzies: 7:59.84
3rd. Manu Warnet: 8:03.18
4th. Alex Storr: 8:06.01
5th. Emmett Hancock: 8:06.82



2:31 am PDT


Check out the stages facing the riders today as they head out to take on the eighth round of the 2021 EWS in Finale Ligure.



2:30 am PDT:


Racing is now underway for the eighth 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. Isabeau Courdurier: 2:46.18
2nd. Melanie Pugin: +2.77
3rd. Miranda Miller: +3.50
4th. Estelle Charles: +4.80
5th. Rebecca Baraona: +5.16


Elite Men


1st. Martin Maes: 2:19.10
2nd. Jack Moir: +1.04
3rd. Richie Rude: +1.88
4th. Kevin Miquel: +2.22
5th. Matthew Walker: +2.50



U21 Women


1st. Polly Henderson: 2:57.45
2nd. Gaia Tormena: +4.74
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +5.09
4th. Sophie Riva: +12.79
5th. Alma Wiggberg: +22.08


U21 Men


1st. Francescu Camoin: 2:25.11
2nd. Alex Storr: +1.32
3rd. Jack Menzies: +1.57
4th. Emmett Hancock: +4.09
5th. Thimote Mille: +4.77



Master Women


1st. Leonie Picton: 3:14.41
2nd. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: +4.29
3rd. Suvi Vacker: +6.88
4th. Daniela Michel: +13.16
5th. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: +36.14


Master Men


1st. Karim Amour: 2:33.00
2nd. Martino Fruet: +2.25
3rd. James Hughes: +4.60
4th. Matteo Rimondo: +11.72
5th. Simon Andre: +12.25





82 Comments

  • 47 3
 Let’s go Moir time to bring the 1 plate back to where it belongs
  • 8 0
 There’s video of him smashing a rim with a rock to straighten it. I hope his wheel holds for stage 5.
  • 16 0
 @Vlad-Putin: link please mister president.
  • 12 0
 @nozes: too dumb to link and the minions are off today. Privateer Bikes instastories will set you straight tho. Pretty incredible.
  • 6 13
flag SvenNorske (Sep 19, 2021 at 10:24) (Below Threshold)
 Oh my. Imagine if an American said this comment. The commonwealthers would have their knickers in a twist.
  • 8 5
 @SvenNorske: pretty sure it's in irony font, but then again Australia has recently gone down in my estimation for some reason.
  • 5 0
 @BenPea: You had obviously preferred that Australia had gone down in your submarine for some reason.
  • 7 0
 @BenPea: It's true, I'm a worse person today than I was a week ago!
  • 4 0
 @Vlad-Putin: More reason to ride aluminum rims. You can smash it with a rock to help seal the bead LOL!
  • 1 0
 Jail?
  • 1 0
 @pistol2ne: hahaha yeh you win the internet. Someone here needs to pull of a jfk or something like that lol
  • 23 0
 Slawomir Lukasik today was on fire! To bad that result from yesterday take him down. 83th on Stage 1 5th on Stage 2 3rd on Stage 3 4th on Stage 4 3rd on Stage 5
  • 5 0
 Our boy Slawek is on fire!
  • 24 0
 Evan wall top 30! Impressive first year.
  • 1 0
 Absolutely Smile very impressive !!
  • 14 1
 Yeah MOI MOI!
  • 12 0
 Canmore kid represent!! Well done Jack Menzies!!!
  • 8 0
 YES JACK!!!!!!!!!!
  • 7 0
 Tarmoooooo Ryyyyyynäneeeeeen!
  • 7 0
 Check out Even Wall coming in a 29th! Solid showing!
  • 6 0
 Shout out to Evan Wall getting a top 30! Such an impressive result, the kid's the real deal.
  • 7 3
 Just wondering where the moi moi came from? It's actually how you say goodbye in Finland. One moi is "Hi" Moi moi is "bye"
  • 18 0
 From his last name I’d guess
  • 20 0
 @drmantistobogganmd: Just so that I have this important piece of info straight, "bye bye" in Finnish is "moi moi moi moi"?
  • 7 0
 @mi-bike: Not quite Big Grin I'm not exactly sure if there is a correct way of saying it, but "Moi" would be the same as "Hi" in english, while "Moi moi" is "bye" or "bye bye". Easy but confusing at the same time, as is most of finnish language.
  • 3 0
 @Braapp: Terveet Kädet
  • 5 0
 Mad dog not a sad dog moi moi tonight! Well done champ!
  • 4 0
 Both the men and womens field is getting so deep. Crazy how tight the times can be over such a long event
  • 5 0
 Yeah Morgane!
  • 2 2
 So stoked for her! I think this is her first EWS win…
  • 1 0
 @mrosie: she won this race last year.
  • 4 0
 Evan Wall in 29th!!! unreal result.
  • 3 0
 Canuck juniors and elite men mirror finish - 2nd and 7th! Also awesome result (7th) for Miranda!
  • 5 2
 What happened to Richie?!
  • 119 22
 He must have run out of water. No one wanted to share
  • 13 16
 @weebleswobbles: comment of the day
  • 18 1
 Imagine being so fast that you get 5th at an EWS race and people go "what happened??".
  • 4 1
 What happened to Sam Hill?
  • 22 4
 He had to withdraw from the race due to a freak incident. Somehow managed to trap his foreskin in his chain apparently!
  • 5 0
 @murfio: Foreskin? on his chain? we talking the same foreskin I think you're talking about?
  • 23 0
 @murfio: He must be packing a real horse cock. Mad respect.
  • 2 1
 @murfio: is this for real?
  • 1 0
 @topherdagopher: had a friend lost a testicle to a bike chain, never know lol
  • 4 2
 How many places ahead of Rude does Moir have to be to take the overall (assuming he wins the round?)
  • 7 0
 if rude comes 3rd and moi moi wins he will lead the overall by 10 points i belive
  • 4 1
 @jackheat: Looks like the mad dawg did it!
  • 7 2
 Well deserved. He’s clearly the the most consistently fast guy out there.
  • 1 0
 I hadn’t realised that Finale wasn’t the last race of the season. Explains why the there was so little mention of the title race.

Going to be real scrap to the end at the final round in Scotland.
  • 4 1
 rope-a-dope in the house... atta boy mitch 22nd, nice!
  • 1 0
 Melamed getting the recipe! Race by race, second by second. We haven't had a Canadian this fast since Stevie! Giv'r Jessie! #longlivechainsaw
  • 3 0
 Yeh Leonie!! Represent!!
  • 2 1
 how is nobody talking about spy shots of Charles Murray‘s bike? AXS lockout in the wild is a big deal
  • 1 0
 What happened to Jill Kintner? She got 6th on the Pro Stage, but now I don't see her name anywhere on the list.
  • 1 0
 Yeah Bex!!! What happened to Katy?
  • 1 0
 So happy for Jack, his EWS YouTube content is on point.
  • 2 0
 Moir for prime minister!
  • 1 0
 Big dawg Moir does it again, despite being injured! What a madman.
  • 1 0
 Why no overall points with the race results??
  • 1 0
 Down to the wire
  • 1 0
 YEAAAA JACK
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