Final Results from EWS Loudenvielle 2021 Race 2

Sep 5, 2021
by Ed Spratt  
There was still quite a bit of mud for the racers who dropped first thing in the day

The EWS is back for the second race of the week, riders will take on another five stages after racing the Pro Stage. In the U21 racing, it was Paz Gallo Fuentes takes the win after besting second-placed Polly Henderson by around 12 seconds. Alex Storr just took home the win in the Men after pulling ahead of Aiden Chapin by half a second.

Isabeau Courdurier is back to her winning ways in Loudenvielle as she led a French dominance of racing today with Morgane Charre in second and Melanie Pugin in third place. Noga Korem had to settle for fourth place today, with Ella Conolly secured a great fifth place.

For the Elite Men, it was once again Jack Moir at the front as he wins both races in Loudenvielle this week. Richie Rude once again settles for second place as it appears he may have had some trouble on the last stage knocking him from the top spot. Kevin Miquel is looking fast and was a threat for the win all weekend, but he will be taking home third place today.

Check out the full results below.



Results

Elite Women


1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 39:17.65
2nd. Morgane Charre: 39:28.05
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 39:35.74
4th. Noga Korem: 39:37.84
5th. Ella Conolly: 39:38.71


Elite Men


1st. Jack Moir: 33:59.90
2nd. Richie Rude: 34:12.64
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 34:32.24
4th. Kasper Woolley: 34:48.51
5th. Matt Walker: 34:50.53



U21 Women


1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 42:40.98
2nd. Polly Henderson: 42:52.21
3rd. Sophie Riva: 42:58.12
4th. Justine Henry: 46:13.90
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 48:17.49


U21 Men


1st. Alex Storr: 36:19.95
2nd. Aiden Chapin: 36:20.46
3rd. Nans Arnaud: 36:22.95
4th. Francescu Camoin: 36:23.13
5th. Jack Piercy: 36:38.53




Results

Elite Women


Top 100 Elite Men


U21 Women


U21 Men




Live Updates


7:01 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 6 for the Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 5:33.40
2nd. Martin Maes: +2.04
3rd. Matt Walker: +4.48
4th. Kevin Miquel: +5.79
5th. Kasper Woolley: +6.91

Jack Moir Wins Round 6 of the 2021 EWS for the Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 33:59.90
2nd. Richie Rude: 34:12.64
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 34:32.24
4th. Kasper Woolley: 34:48.51
5th. Matt Walker: 34:50.53



6:56 am PDT

Jack Moir was leading on the final stage but the timing has gone down for us. We will provide an update once we can see the timing again.



6:38 am PDT

Matt Walker goes over three seconds faster to take an early lead.



6:33 am PDT

Rhys Verner goes into the lead as the first of the top 30 Elite Men hit the last stage of the day.



6:27 am PDT

Now we go back to the Elite Men as they take on the final stage. Currently, it is Romain Paulhan who leads by three seconds.



6:23 am PDT

Noga Korem Wins Stage 6 for the Elite Women

1st. Noga Korem: 6:30.48
2nd. Morgane Charre: +0.27
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: +1.5
4th. Melanie Pugin: +2.3
5th. Ella Conolly: +3

Isabeau Courdurier Wins Round 6 of the 2021 EWS for the Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 39:17.65
2nd. Morgane Charre: 39:28.05
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 39:35.74
4th. Noga Korem: 39:37.84
5th. Ella Conolly: 39:38.71



6:21 am PDT

Noga Korem goes into the lead with just one rider left.



6:18 am PDT

Morgane Charre takes the lead again, can she get another stage win?



6:16 am PDT

The lead keeps changing with Raphaela Richter and Miranda Miller taking first and second.



6:15 am PDT

Laura Charles finds nearly 12 seconds and takes an early lead.



6:13 am PDT

The top women are now on course with Tanja Naber knocking Lea Salome Rutz off the top spot.



5:42 am PDT

While we wait for the top 20 Elite Women to hit Stage 6 the current top five is:

1st. Lea Salome Rutz: 7:09.76
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: +2.71
3rd. Martha Gill: +31.50
4th. Josefine Bjorkman: +32.34
5th. Jonna Johnsen: +56.67



5:40 am PDT

Polly Henderson Wins Stage 6 for the U21 Women

1st. Polly Henderson: 7:06.54
2nd. Sophie Riva: +4.56
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +8.08
4th. Justine Henry: +45.79
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +59.21

Paz Gallo Fuentes Wins Round 6 of the 2021 EWS for the U21 Women

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 42:40.98
2nd. Polly Henderson: 42:52.21
3rd. Sophie Riva: 42:58.12
4th. Justine Henry: 46:13.90
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 48:17.49



5:35 am PDT

Alex Storr Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Men

1st. Alex Storr: 5:49.94
2nd. Nans Arnaud: +1.32
3rd. Francescu Camoin: +2.91
4th. Emmett Hancock: +3.52
5th. Jack Menzies: +5.94

Alex Storr Wins Round 6 of the 2021 EWS for the U21 Men

1st. Alex Storr: 36:19.95
2nd. Aiden Chapin: 36:20.46
3rd. Nans Arnaud: 36:22.95
4th. Francescu Camoin: 36:23.13
5th. Jack Piercy: 36:38.53



5:25 am PDT

Riders are making their way to the final stage of the day. As we wait for the results to start coming in the current overall standings are:

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 28:23.04
2nd. Jack Moir: 28:26.50
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 28:53.05
4th. Kasper Woolley: 29:08.20
5th. Slawomir Lukasik: 29:12.02
Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 32:45.67
2nd. Morgane Charre: 32:57.30
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 33:02.96
4th. Ella Conolly: 33:05.23
5th. Harriet Harnden: 33:05.68

U21 Men

1st. Aiden Chapin: 30:19.33
2nd. Alex Storr: 30:30.01
3rd. Francescu Camoin: 30:30.28
4th. Nans Arnaud: 30:31.69
5th. Jack Piercy: 30:35.38
U21 Women

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 35:26.36
2nd. Polly Henderson: 35:45.67
3rd. Sophie Riva: 35:47.02
4th. Justine Henry: 38:21.57
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 40:11.74



4:44 am PDT

Richie Rude Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Men

Richie Rude wins another stage and will gain even more time over Jack Moir in the overall.

1st. Richie Rude: 5:04.22
2nd. Jack Moir: +3.03
3rd. Kevin Miquel: +5.30
4th. Kasper Woolley: +6.78
5th. Matt Walker: +6.88

Overall after Stage 5

1st. Richie Rude: 28:23.04
2nd. Jack Moir: 28:26.50
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 28:53.05
4th. Kasper Woolley: 29:08.20
5th. Slawomir Lukasik: 29:12.02



4:35 am PDT

Kevin Miquel passes the time of Walker by over one and a half seconds.



4:32 am PDT

Matt Walker currently leads by 1.75 seconds as the top 30 Elite Men take on stage five.



4:30 am PDT

Noga Korem Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Women

Noga Korem just manages to push ahead of Isabeau Courdurier by 0.08 seconds to win the fifth stage.

1st. Noga Korem: 5:54.47
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +0.08
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +2.65
4th. Morgane Charre: +4.22
5th. Ella Conolly: +5.63

Overall after Stage 5

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 32:45.67
2nd. Morgane Charre: 32:57.30
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 33:02.96
4th. Ella Conolly: 33:05.23
5th. Harriet Harnden: 33:05.68



4:26 am PDT

Polly Henderson Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Women

Polly Henderson finds nearly ten seconds on the rest of the field as she secures a win on the fifth stage this weekend.

1st. Polly Henderson: 6:18.23
2nd. Paz Gallo fuentes: +9.45
3rd. Sophie Riva: +12.22
4th. Valentina Garces restrepo: +48.90
5th. Justine Henry: +52.11

Overall after Stage 5

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 35:26.36
2nd. Polly Henderson: 35:45.67
3rd. Sophie Riva: 35:47.02
4th. Justine Henry: 38:21.57
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 40:11.74



4:23 am PDT

Francescu Camoin Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Men

It's another new stage winner today in the U21 Men as Francescu Camoin takes the win by over five seconds.

1st. Francescu Camoin: 5:21.82
2nd. Aiden Chapin: +5.55
3rd. Myles Morgan: +5.61
4th. Alex Storr: +5.83
5th. Manu Warnet: +6.10

Overall after Stage 5

1st. Aiden Chapin: 30:19.33
2nd. Alex Storr: 30:30.01
3rd. Francescu Camoin: 30:30.28
4th. Nans Arnaud: 30:31.69
5th. Jack Piercy: 30:35.38



4:18 am PDT

Richie Rude Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Men

Richie Rude wins the fourth stage after an impressive performance seeing him take five seconds off Jack Moir in the overall.

1st. Richie Rude: 7:52.52
2nd. Jack Moir: +5.33
3rd. Kevin Miquel: +9.40
4th. Martin Maes: +12.85
5th. Youn Deniaud: +12.96

Overall after Stage 4

1st. Richie Rude: 23:18.82
2nd. Jack Moir: 23:19.25
3rd. Kevin Miquel: 23:43.53
4th. Jose Borges: 23:56.17
5th. Kasper Woolley: 23:57.20



4:12 am PDT

Richie Rude must have done something amazing on stage four as he finds nearly ten seconds on Kevin's time.



4:05 am PDT

Pushing the fastest time even lower Kevin Miquel drops nearly four seconds on Youn.



4:04 am PDT

It is Youn Deniaud who goes fastest, he will be looking for some top stage times after a puncture on stage two.



4:03 am PDT

Matt Walker improves the top time again by another two seconds to hold the lead so far.



4:02 am PDT

Damien Oton now goes into the lead as he finds over two seconds on Christian Textor's time.



3:52 am PDT

As the top 30 Elite Men to hit Stage 4 the current top five is:

1st. Christian Textor: 8:11.86
2nd. Romain Paulhan: +3.49
3rd. Mckay Vezina: +4.22
4th. Marcello Pesenti: +4.67
5th. Oliwer Kangas: +10.94



3:50 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Women

Morgane Charre is on fire today as she takes another stage win!

1st. Morgane Charre: 9:04.85
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +0.86
3rd. Harriet Harnden: +1.83
4th. Noga Korem: +3.70
5th. Ella Conolly: +3.78

Overall after Stage 4

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 26:51.12
2nd. Morgane Charre: 26:58.61
3rd. Harriet Harnden: 27:04.58
4th. Ella Conolly: 27:05.13
5th. Melanie Pugin: 27:05.84



3:43 am PDT

Morgane Charre and Iabeau Courdurier take the top two spots at this point with Morgane just edging ahead by 0.86 seconds.



3:41 am PDT

Bex Baraona smashes the top time by over 12 seconds!



3:39 am PDT

Laura Charles now takes the lead with a two-second gap back to Lea Salome Rutz.



3:26 am PDT

While we wait for the top 20 Elite Women to hit Stage 4 the current top five is:

1st. Lea Salome Rutz: 9:36.67
2nd. Martha Gill: +19.78
3rd. Josefine Bjorkman: +45.11
4th. Jonna Johnsen: +1:12.59
5th. Nadine Ellecosta: +7:53.45



3:23 am PDT

Paz Gallo Fuentes Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Women

Paz Gallo Fuentes secures a big win and holds the overall so far after a 16 second winning margin on stage 4.

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 9:41.54
2nd. Sophie Riva: +16.11
3rd. Polly Henderson: +25.31
4th. Justine Henry: +51.77
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +1:13.68

Overall after Stage 4

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 28:58.68
2nd. Sophie Riva: 29:16.57
3rd. Polly Henderson: 29:27.44
4th. Justine Henry: 31:11.23
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 33:04.61



3:21 am PDT

Aiden Chapin Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Men

Aiden Chapin takes a sizeable win on stage four with a three and a half second gap to Manu Warnet.

1st. Aiden Chapin: 8:30.50
2nd. Manu Warnet: +3.31
3rd. Emmett Hancock: +4.10
4th. Jack Piercy: +6.50
5th. Thimote Mille: +6.63

Overall after Stage 4

1st. Aiden Chapin: 24:51.96
2nd. Nans Arnaud: 25:01.07
3rd. Alex Storr: 25:02.36
4th. Jack Piercy: 25:06.14
5th. Francescu Camoin: 25:08.46



3:08 am PDT

Nathan Secondi Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Men

Nathan Secondi has an incredible ride on stage three to take the win by 1.59 seconds on Martin Maes. Jack Moir finishes in sixth with Richie Rude in ninth place.

1st. Nathan Secondi: 2:41.17
2nd. Martin Maes: +1.59
3rd. Kevin Miquel: +1.93
4th. Irenee Menjou: +2.54
5th. Dimitri Tordo: +3.42

Overall after Stage 3

1st. Jack Moir: 15:21.40
2nd. Richie Rude: 15:26.30
3rd. Irenee Menjou: 15:38.08
4th. Jesse Melamed: 15:41.49
5th. Kevin Miquel: 15:41.61



3:01 am PDT

Nathan Secondi puts in a rapid ride on stage three to go 1.93 seconds faster.



3:00 am PDT

Kevin Miquel now takes over the fastest time by nearly two seconds.



2:55 am PDT

Mirco Vendemmia pulls into the lead on Stage 3 as he edges ahead of Vid Persak by 0.96 seconds.



2:47 am PDT

As the top 30 Elite Men to hit Stage 3 the current top five is:

1st. Romain Paulhan: 2:50.00
2nd. Christian Textor: +0.10
3rd. Mckay Vezina: +0.83
4th. Iago Garay: +1.05
5th. Axel Fresquet: +1.47



2:44 am PDT

Morgane Charre Wins Stage 3 for the Elite Women

It's a French top three on the third stage as Morgane Charre takes the win over Isabeau Courdurier by 0.14 seconds.

1st. Morgane Charre: 3:08.90
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +0.14
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +4.48
4th. Ella Conolly: +4.85
5th. Becky Cook: +6.10

Overall after Stage 3

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 17:45.41
2nd. Morgane Charre: 17:53.76
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 17:54.32
4th. Ella Conolly: 17:56.50
5th. Harriet Harnden: 17:57.90



2:40 am PDT

Sophie Riva Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Women

Stage three is producing some very close racing as the U21 Women's race goes down to just 0.10 seconds.

1st. Sophie Riva: 3:26.65
2nd. Polly Henderson: +0.10
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +4.88
4th. Justine Henry: +21.20
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +50.93

Overall after Stage 3

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 19:17.14
2nd. Sophie Riva: 19:18.92
3rd. Polly Henderson: 19:20.59
4th. Justine Henry: 20:37.92
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 22:09.39



2:37 am PDT

Nans Arnaud Wins Stage 3 for the U21 Men

In an extremely tight race, Nans Arnaud just pulls ahead by 0.7 seconds to take the Stage three win.

1st. Nans Arnaud: 2:49.95
2nd. Aiden Chapin: +0.70
3rd. Jack Mnzies: +0.79
4th. Alex Storr: +2.44
5th. Andreas Hoglund: +3.16

Overall after Stage 3

1st. Alex Storr: 16:15.24
2nd. Nans Arnaud: 16:20.90
3rd. Aiden Chapin: 16:21.46
4th. Jack Piercy: 16:29.14
5th. Francescu Camoin: 16:29.76



2:33 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir does it again as he back up his Pro Stage win with another victory on the second stage.

1st. Jack Moir: 7:03.37
2nd. Richie Rude: +1.53
3rd. Kasper Woolley: +7.30
4th. Jose Borges: +9.50
5th. Jesse Melamed: +9.93

Overall after Stage 2

1st. Jack Moir: 12:36.78
2nd. Richie Rude: 12:40.18
3rd. Kasper Woolley: 12:53.46
4th. Irenee Menjou: 12:54.37
5th. Jesse Melamed: 12:55.45



2:31 am PDT

Richie Rude goes into the lead by nearly six seconds with just Jack Moir left.



2:28 am PDT

Kasper Woolley has an amazing run taking the top spot so far by over two seconds.



2:27 am PDT

It's another close margin at the top as Jose Borges pushes 0.8 seconds ahead of Kevin Miquel.



2:25 am PDT

Kevin Miquel takes the lead by just 0.38 seconds.



2:24 am PDT

Slawomir Lukasik comes the closest to Antoine so far as he crosses the line 1.55 back.



2:22 am PDT

Antoine Vidal flies into the lead so far as he goes over four seconds faster.



2:10 am PDT

As the top 30 Elite Men to hit Stage 2 the current top five is:

1st. Christian Textor: 7:18.23
2nd. Mckay Vezina: +4.28
3rd. Romain Paulhan: +4.35
4th. Edgar Carballo Gonzalez: +4.77
5th. Torben Drach: +5.65



2:08 am PDT

Harriet Harnden Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Women

Harriet Harnden is showing no signs of slowing down after her win earlier this week as she takes the Stage 2 win.

1st. Harriet Harnden: 7:58.77
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +3.56
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +11.10
4th. Ella Conolly: +11.12
5th. Morgane Charre: +11.93

Overall after Stage 2

1st. Harriet Harnden: 14:31.00
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 14:36.37
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 14:40.94
4th. Ella Conolly: 14:42.75
5th. Estelle Charles: 14:43.95



2:04 am PDT

Another rapid stage by Harriet Harnden puts her in the lead with three more riders to go.



2:03 am PDT

The times keep tumbling as it is Isabeau Courdurier who takes the top spot by another eight seconds.



2:02 am PDT

Morgane Charre now takes the top time so far by eight seconds!



2:00 am PDT

After a delay, the top women are hitting Stage 2 with Raphaela Richter currently leading by over nine seconds.



1:08 am PDT

While we wait for the top 20 Elite Women to hit Stage 2 the current top five is:

1st. Nadine Ellecosta: 8:40.20
2nd. Lea Salome Rutz: +4.25
3rd. Martha Gill: +6.92
4th. Josefine Bjorkman: +39.15
5th. Jonna Johnsen: +57.20



1:01 am PDT

Paz Gallo Fuentes Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Women

Paz Gallo Fuentes takes a big win on the first stage today as she pulls ahead on Sophie Riva by 8.7 seconds.

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 8:36.43
2nd. Sophie Riva: +8.73
3rd. Polly Henderson: +16.77
4th. Justine Henry: +37.76
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +1:07.12

Overall after Stage 2

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 15:45.61
2nd. Sophie Riva: 15:52.27
3rd. Polly Henderson: 15:53.84
4th. Justine Henry: 16:50.07
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: 17:51.81



0:50 am PDT

Alex Storr Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Men

Alex Storr takes the first stage of the day as he beats Jack Piercy by six and a half seconds.

1st. Alex Storr: 7:30.17
2nd. Jack Piercy: +6.31
3rd. Jeremy Langlade: +6.70
4th. Aiden Chapin: +7.90
5th. Thimote Mille: +8.63

Overall after Stage 2

1st. Alex Storr: 13:22.85
2nd. Aiden Chapin: 13:30.81
3rd. Nans Arnaud: 13:30.95
4th. Jack Piercy: 13:33.46
5th. Francescu Camoin: 13:35.91



0:45 am PDT:

Racing is now underway for the sixth round of the 2021 EWS. Riders will face a five-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: 6:31.07
2nd. Noga Korem: +0.91
3rd. Estelle Charles: +0.95
4th. Harriet Harnden: +1.16
5th. Ella Conolly: +1.79


Elite Men


1st. Jack Moir: 5:33.41
2nd. Richie Rude: +1.87
3rd. Martin Maes: +5.21
4th. Irenee Menjou: +5.99
5th. Jesse Melamed: +8.74



U21 Women


1st. Polly Henderson: 6:59.78
2nd. Sophie Riva: +7.33
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: +8.5
4th. Justine Henry: +36.10
5th. Valentina Garces Restrepo: +1:08.70


U21 Men


1st. Nans Arnaud: 5:52.10
2nd. Alex Storr: +0.58
3rd. Aiden Chapin: +0.64
4th. Francescu Camoin: +4.21
5th. Jeremy Langlade: +6.98





50 Comments

  • 25 1
 Damn Kasper! Man has been like a rocket since he kind of popped up last summer. What a quick rise to the top.
  • 20 1
 Woulda been nice to have Slawek on my fantasy team....too bad PB hasnt added him for some reason....
  • 6 0
 Slawomir Lukasik* my keyboard reaaalllyy didn't like me trying to type that.
  • 4 0
 @wilsonians: yeah before each race I am checking if they added him but no, apparently its better to list some riders that are not even participating in EWS 2021
  • 17 0
 Cmon Slawek, go for podium. Unbelievable form this year.
  • 4 0
 He’s on fire!
  • 10 0
 Awesome to see Isabeau win, especially after the year that she’s had.

I’m not a big fan of any athletes, but seeing how genuine she’s been over the years has really won me over.
  • 12 0
 What happened to Jesse?
  • 1 0
 I would also like to know this!
  • 7 0
 he had a flat and couldn't find the hole fast enough so he had to put a tube on
  • 5 1
 @NicolaZesty314: been there
  • 12 0
 @NicolaZesty314: Fans helped him with the tire and pumped up his tube. The kid that did the pumping got a nice souvenir jersey from Jesse
  • 1 0
 @Afterschoolsports: I think that happened on stage 4. But I can see that he also didn't start stage 6!
  • 4 0
 Bah bad luck! Jesse has been killing it this year!
  • 3 0
 The GMBN EWS Highlights just completely missed anything about Jesse and his mechanical. He disappeared from any of the boards on stage 4, and then no explanation as to why he's down in overall. Their coverage has been great, but it's odd that they're missing key bits like this.
  • 2 0
 @jayacheess: agreed, Jesse was 4th overall, then just disappeared from the leaderboard, yet no mention of it from the GMBN coverage.
  • 11 0
 Kasper!!
  • 9 1
 Moir attacking harder than bull shark!
  • 6 0
 Consistency of Noga is ultra impressive
  • 7 0
 Moi Moi !!!
  • 6 0
 Looks like Richie lost his chain on the last stage. Bummer.
  • 6 0
 Kasper is on fire!
  • 2 0
 What happened to Richie on the last stage? He had it in the bag before stage six. I’m really happy for Jack to win, but still wonder what happened for Richie to finish 29th on the last.
  • 4 1
 He had a mechanical.
  • 8 1
 Needed to ride as clean as Jack to get the win
  • 14 17
 @Ryanfitz81: There is nothing clean about the way he competes. Good to see a genuine competitor like Moir win
  • 5 0
 He should Jack in the DH, I for one would love to see Moir of him.
  • 1 0
 @mi-bike sorry, it was definitely a poor “Dad joke”, you’re right. If you thought that was bad try this one! Two crocodiles walk into the pub, the landlord says “Hey, lads, why the long faces?” All the best of luck to SH.
  • 2 0
 The competitiveness in the women's field is crazy - top 10 separated by essentially the same time gap as the men's top 10 (about 2 min over ~40 min of racing). Amazing racing this year!
  • 3 0
 Nice work Alex Storr! Mad skills on a bike too - his insta is worth a follow.
  • 4 0
 Sławek Łukasik future WC Champ for sure.
  • 2 0
 Jack and Richie battles are great. Now if rat boy would go back to wc dh. Mtb can get back on track and pay all the rampage guys .
  • 2 0
 Anyone got the inside scoop on Sam ? Mechanical? Injury ? 29 wheels ? Flat pedals ?
So many questions?? Miss seeing him on the podiumFrown
  • 2 0
 Looks like Rude is on fire today.
  • 1 0
 per usual
  • 3 0
 Well done Casper
  • 1 0
 Great result for Voolley!
  • 1 0
 Paz Gallo winning her first U21 with no factory support is crazy! Way to go!
  • 1 0
 Top 9 spots on the same minute out of 35 minutes racing! Make a tiny mistake and you're in trouble. It's crazy tight!
  • 1 0
 These live updates sure are slow.
  • 1 0
 When do they start stage 6?
  • 1 0
 Yeahhhhhhh!!!! Keep it up Jack! Smile
  • 2 0
 Happy for Jack
  • 2 0
 Moxi XI forever
  • 1 0
 Didn't wallner and johansen let their ibises do the job?
  • 1 0
 British giving it some in the top 20....
  • 3 1
 AIDEN CHAPIN!!
  • 2 1
 Wicked race Kasper!
  • 7 10
 Looks like Sam is over the Hill this year?
  • 3 0
 Dad, time to get off the internet!

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