Final Results from EWS Loudenvielle 2022

Sep 25, 2022
by Ed Spratt  
The results are in from the final round of the 2022 EWS in Loudenvielle.

In the Elite Women's racing, Morgane Charre dominates the final stage to pull ahead of Isabeau Courdurier to end her season with a win. Isabeau Courdurier ends the day in second place but goes home with the 2022 overall title. Melanie Pugin wraps up her season with a solid third place after a tough day of racing on wet and wild stages.

Alex Rudeau has had an amazing weekend and manages to hold on to the lead to take the win. Martin Maes seems to be back on strong form and comes second just ahead of Jack Moir in third place. Jesse Melamed ends the day in sixth but it is more than enough to make sure he takes the overall 2022 title.

In the overall title fights, Luke Meier-Smith and Emmy Lan win in the U21 racing. Karim Amour and Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova take the Master titles for 2022.

Check out the results below.



Results:
Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 39:11.860
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 39:21.290
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 39:50.390
4th. Noga Korem: 39:56.400
5th. Harriet Harnden: 40:18.450
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 33:56.640
2nd. Martin Maes: 34:00.510
3rd. Jack Moir: 34:03.570
4th. Charles Murray: 34:25.170
5th. Youn Deniaud: 34:26.020

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 42:13.470
2nd. Helen Weber: 43:59.740
3rd. Sophie Riva: 44:42.350
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 45:40.230
5th. Lily Planquart: 46:00.400
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 36:23.140
2nd. Seth Sherlock: 36:28.800
3rd. Jack Piercy: 36:29.000
4th. Simeon Pleindoux: 36:32.900
5th. Alexis Icardo: 36:43.760

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 45:14.030
2nd. Melissa Newell: 48:12.580
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 50:38.620
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 38:13.050
2nd. Karim Amour: 39:17.940
3rd. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 40:02.820
4th. Dan Farrer: 40:12.000
5th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 40:15.980



Full Results:

Elite Women


Top 50 Elite Men


U21 Women


Top 20 U21 Men


Master Women


Top 20 Master Men




Live Race Updates:


What Happened on the Pro Stage?


Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 6:34.280
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 6:40.210
3rd. Noga Korem: 6:45.860
4th. Melanie Pugin: 6:46.250
5th. Harriet Harnden: 6:47.070
Elite Men

1st. Youn Deniaud: 5:38.090
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 5:41.990
3rd. Charles Murray: 5:45.140
4th. Guillaume Larbeyou: 5:46.360
5th. Alex Rudeau: 5:46.930

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 7:00.530
2nd. Sophie Riva: 7:17.810
3rd. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 7:30.700
4th. Lily Boucher: 7:39.300
5th. Lily Planquart: 7:42.100
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 5:57.770
2nd. Jack Piercy: 6:01.110
3rd. Alexis Icardo: 6:03.280
4th. Andreas Hoglund: 6:04.350
5th. Simeon Pleindoux: 6:05.000

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 7:40.310
2nd. Melissa Newell: 7:54.720
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 8:12.400
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 6:20.980
2nd. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 6:24.490
3rd. Karim Amour: 6:30.440
4th. Mads Weidemann: 6:37.500
5th. Dan Farrer: 6:38.760



Elite Women


Top 50 Elite Men


U21 Women


Top 20 U21 Men






Stage 1




Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 5:03.660
2nd. Melanie Pugin: 5:10.800
3rd. Harriet Harnden: 5:14.670
4th. Morgane Charre: 5:16.670
5th. Noga Korem: 5:19.570
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 4:20.400
2nd. Sam Hill: 4:29.170
3rd. Martin Maes: 4:29.290
4th. Theo Galy: 4:31.970
5th. Jesse Melamed: 4:32.000
5th. Richie Rude: 4:32.000

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 5:53.860
2nd. Emmy Lan: 6:00.950
3rd. Helen Weber: 6:01.920
4th. Hannah Mullin: 6:35.630
5th. Lily Planquart: 6:38.940
U21 Men

1st. Andreas Hoglund: 4:57.570
2nd. Enzo Joly: 4:59.400
3rd. Marin Kaux: 5:00.000
4th. Lisandru Bertini: 5:01.370
5th. Emmett Hancock: 5:01.970

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 6:31.550
2nd. Melissa Newell: 6:33.720
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 8:01.120
Master Men

1st. Karim Amour: 5:02.200
2nd. Ian Austermuhle: 5:03.050
3rd. Mads Weidemann: 5:19.770
4th. Dan Farrer: 5:20.820
5th. Cedric Carrez: 5:24.520



Overall Results After Stage 1 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 11:43.870 (+1)
2nd. Morgane Charre: 11:50.950 (-1)
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 11:57.050 (+1)
4th. Harriet Harnden: 12:01.740 (+1)
5th. Noga Korem: 12:05.430 (-2)
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 10:07.330 (+4)
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 10:13.990
3rd. Youn Deniaud: 10:16.090 (-2)
4th. Martin Maes: 10:17.420 (+5)
5th. Charles Murray: 10:18.720 (-2)

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 13:01.480
2nd. Sophie Riva: 13:11.670
3rd. Helen Weber: 13:44.550 (+3)
4th. Lily Planquart: 14:21.040 (+1)
5th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 14:30.100 (-2)
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 10:59.140
2nd. Andreas Hoglund: 11:01.920 (+2)
3rd. Marin Kaux: 11:05.360 (+3)
4th. Enzo Joly: 11:10.000 (+6)
5th. Jack Piercy: 11:10.020 (-3)

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 14:11.860
2nd. Melissa Newell: 14:28.440
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 16:13.520
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 11:24.030
2nd. Karim Amour: 11:32.640 (+1)
3rd. Mads Weidemann: 11:57.270 (+1)
4th. Dan Farrer: 11:59.580 (+1)
5th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 12:06.810 (+1)



Live Stage Updates

1:00 am PDT Live updates will kick off when the top-ranked Elite Women begin the first stage of the day.

1:37 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Jess Stone: 5:33.430
2nd. Polly Henderson: 5:47.350
3rd. Sidonie Jolidon: 5:48.970
4th. Morgane Such: 5:56.140
5th. Zoe Cuthbert: 6:04.500

The lower-ranked Elite Men are now on the stage with the rest of the Elite women following.

2:33 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Women are now on the first stage and Morgane Jonnier goes third.

2:34 am PDT Melanie Pugin takes the lead.

2:36 am PDT Hattie Harnden goes 3.87 seconds back and into 2nd place so far.

2:38 am PDT Isabeau Courdurier takes the top spot with just Morgane Charre remaining.

2:40 am PDT Morgane Charre goes into fourth, Isabeau Courdurier can still technically lose the overall today but this is not looking likely at the moment.

2:44 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Sam Hill: 4:29.170
2nd. Theo Galy: 4:31.970
3rd. Irenee Menjou: 4:32.070
4th. Corey Watson: 4:36.550
5th. Joseph Connell: 4:41.350

2:48 am PDT Nathan Secondi makes it three French riders in the top five as he slots into fourth.

2:50 am PDT Sam Hill is the only non-French rider in the top five as Louis Jeandel crosses the line seven seconds back in fifth.

2:54 am PDT Greg Callaghan makes it into fourth just three seconds off Sam Hill's time.

2:56 am PDT Rhys Verner goes into fifth, five seconds off the pace.

2:57 am PDT The wet and loose conditions are challenging the top racers as Jack Moir goes fifth place so far.

2:58 am PDT 0.12 seconds back and 2nd place for Martin Maes, it's great to see him back at the front again.

2:58 am PDT Richie Rude goes fourth, he will have a tough fight to pull back time and win after the Pro Stage.

2:59 am PDT Alex Rudeau goes fastest by almost nine seconds.

3:00 am PDT Jesse Melamed seems to have exactly matched the time of Richie Rude to go joint fifth.

3:01 am PDT Alex Rudeau takes the stage win.



Stage 2 (Queen)




Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 8:27.830
2nd. Harriet Harnden: 8:28.100
3rd. Morgane Charre: 8:29.030
4th. Noga Korem: 8:33.000
5th. Melanie Pugin: 8:41.080
Elite Men

1st. Charlie Murray: 7:18.100
2nd. Martin Maes: 7:21.920
3rd. Alex Rudeau: 7:23.280
4th. Jack Moir: 7:23.550
5th. Youn Deniaud: 7:27.380

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 8:57.820
2nd. Helen Weber: 9:21.680
3rd. Sophie Riva: 9:23.640
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 9:33.850
5th. Lily Planquart: 10:00.060
U21 Men

1st. Simeon Pleindoux: 7:51.380
2nd. Seth Sherlock: 7:57.400
3rd. Johnathan Helly: 8:00.220
4th. Andreas Hoglund: 8:01.530
5th. Lisandru Bertini: 8:04.180

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 9:47.700
2nd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 10:30.420
3rd. Melissa Newell: 10:40.500
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 8:42.050
2nd. Juan Jose Esnaola Gorostidi: 8:52.830
3rd. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 8:56.150
4th. Karim Amour: 8:57.830
5th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 9:00.980



Overall Results After Stage 2 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 20:11.700
2nd. Morgane Charre: 20:19.980
3rd. Harriet Harnden: 20:29.840 (+1)
4th. Melanie Pugin: 20:38.130 (-1)
5th. Noga Korem: 20:38.430
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 17:30.610
2nd. Charles Murray: 17:36.820 (+3)
3rd. Martin Maes: 17:39.340 (+1)
4th. Youn Deniaud: 17:43.470 (-1)
5th. Jack Moir: 17:45.010 (+2)

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 21:59.300
2nd. Sophie Riva: 22:35.310
3rd. Helen Weber: 23:06.230
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 24:03.950 (+1)
5th. Lily Planquart: 24:21.100 (-1)
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 19:03.320
2nd. Andreas Hoglund: 19:03.450
3rd. Simeon Pleindoux: 19:05.280 (+5)
4th. Marin Kaux: 19:10.780 (-1)
5th. Seth Sherlock: 19:18.440 (+6)

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 23:59.560
2nd. Melissa Newell: 25:08.940
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 26:43.940
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 20:06.080
2nd. Karim Amour: 20:30.470
3rd. Dan Farrer: 21:01.750 (+1)
4th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 21:07.790 (+1)
5th. Mads Weidemann: 21:16.870 (-2)



Live Stage Updates

3:10 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Porsha Murdock: 9:06.690
2nd. Jess Stone: 9:08.550
3rd. Nadine Ellecosta: 9:13.340
4th. Zoe Cuthbert: 9:18.220
5th. Sidonie Jolidon: 9:18.930

3:58 am PDT Morgane Jonnier is first up and goes three seconds back in third.

3:59 am PDT Barbora Prudkova takes the top time for far with Flo Espineira going into second.

3:59 am PDT Becky Cook now goes fastest by just over two and a half seconds.

4:00 am PDT The top time keeps changing hands as Melanie Pugin is the next to sit at the top.

4:00 am PDT Eight seconds back and into third for Gloria Scarsi.

4:02 am PDT Andreane Lanthier Nadeau falls just 1.7 seconds off the pace and into 2nd.

4:02 am PDT Hattie Harnden flies into the lead by a sizeable 12.98 seconds.

4:04 am PDT Noga Korem crosses the line in 2nd, 4.9 back.

4:04 am PDT By just 0.27 seconds Isabeau Courdurier goes fastest, depending on where Morgane Charre comes the overall could be wrapped up now.

4:05 am PDT Isabeau Courdurier wins the Queen stage as Morgane Charre goes third.

4:07 am PDT Coming into today Isabeau needed just five points to at least draw with Morgane Charre but with an extra 25 points from the Queen stage win compared to Morgane's 15 points for 3rd we believe that this means she has secured the 2022 overall title as long as she finishes today.

4:12 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Sam Hill: 7:31.800
2nd. Thomas Estaque: 7:34.800
3rd. Irenee Menjou: 7:35.000
4th. Theo Galy: 7:36.940
5th. Pedro Burns: 7:44.250

4:14 am PDT Adrien Dailly takes the lead on the Queen stage by just 0.33 seconds.

4:15 am PDT Francescu Camoin takes third so far making it five French riders in the top six.

4:16 am PDT Oliwer Kangas moves into third, one second back from Adrien Dailly.

4:17 am PDT 0.16 seconds off the pace for Vid Persak as he takes 2nd.

4:18 am PDT Louis Jeandel storms into the top spot by almost three seconds.

4:23 am PDT Slawomir Lukasik crosses the line just 1.46 off Louis Jeandel in second place.

4:25 am PDT Jack Moir takes the lead by almost five seconds.

4:25 am PDT The lead changes quickly as Martin Maes moves to the top.

4:26 am PDT Richie Rude takes fifth place meaning he may not get any points from the Queen stage.

4:26 am PDT Alex Rudeau goes into 2nd place. Richie Rude will get no points from this stage, can Jesse Melamed secure some to potentially take the overall here?

4:27 am PDT Charlie Murray goes fastest by over three seconds.

4:28 am PDT Jesse Melamed ends the stage in Ninth so no extra points for the overall leader.

4:28 am PDT Charlie Murray wins the Queen stage.



Stage 3



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 7:25.680
2nd. Melanie Pugin: 7:27.320
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 7:28.100
4th. Noga Korem: 7:33.640
5th. Flo Espineira: 7:34.550
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 6:32.180
2nd. Youn Deniaud: 6:38.590
3rd. Martin Maes: 6:39.270
4th. Slawomir Lukasik: 6:40.600
5th. Alex Rudeau: 6:41.000

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 7:42.450
2nd. Helen Weber: 8:03.030
3rd. Lily Planquart: 8:10.670
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 8:16.910
5th. Sophie Riva: 8:21.370
U21 Men

1st. Alexis Icardo: 6:47.700
2nd. Jack Piercy: 6:50.040
3rd. Seth Sherlock: 6:50.300
4th. Simeon Pleindoux: 6:54.260
5th. Marin Kaux: 6:59.100

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 7:52.110
2nd. Melissa Newell: 8:26.870
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 8:49.360
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 7:07.600
2nd. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 7:09.700
3rd. Karim Amour: 7:14.350
4th. Dan Farrer: 7:23.350
5th. Mads Weidemann: 7:23.400



Overall Results After Stage 3 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 27:39.800
2nd. Morgane Charre: 27:45.660
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 28:05.450 (+1)
4th. Noga Korem: 28:12.070 (+1)
5th. Harriet Harnden: 28:27.240 (-2)
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 24:11.610
2nd. Jack Moir: 24:17.190 (+3)
3rd. Martin Maes: 24:18.610
4th. Charles Murray: 24:21.320 (-2)
5th. Youn Deniaud: 24:22.060 (-1)

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 29:41.750
2nd. Sophie Riva: 30:56.680
3rd. Helen Weber: 31:09.260
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 32:20.860
5th. Lily Planquart: 32:31.770
U21 Men

1st. Simeon Pleindoux: 25:59.540 (+2)
2nd. Lisandru Bertini: 26:03.350 (-1)
3rd. Seth Sherlock: 26:08.740 (+2)
4th. Marin Kaux: 26:09.880
5th. Andreas Hoglund: 26:10.320 (-3)

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 31:51.670
2nd. Melissa Newell: 33:35.810
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 35:33.300
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 27:13.680
2nd. Karim Amour: 27:44.820
3rd. Dan Farrer: 28:25.100
4th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 28:33.690
5th. Mads Weidemann: 28:40.270



Live Stage Updates

4:44 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Morgane Such: 7:44.720
2nd. Jess Stone: 7:45.130
3rd. Sidonie Jolidon: 7:46.560
4th. Polly Henderson: 7:53.640
5th. Nadine Ellecosta: 7:55.910

5:40 am PDT Flo Espineira takes the lead by just over two and a half seconds.

5:41 am PDT The lead swaps again as Melanie Pugin finds over seven seconds to go fastest.

5:44 am PDT A disappointing stage for Hattie Harnden as she goes 17th so far.

5:45 am PDT Noga Korem takes second but the gap is still over six seconds to first place.

5:45 am PDT Isabeau Courdurier falls just short of the top spot, 0.78 back.

5:45 am PDT Morgane Charre goes fastest and takes the stage win.

5:51 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Thomas Estaque: 6:42.870
2nd. Elliot Jamieson: 6:44.930
3rd. Dan Booker: 6:48.190
4th. Irenee Menjou: 6:48.650
5th. Torben Drach: 6:49.400

5:56 am PDT Adrien Dailly comes very close to the top spot but drops 0.04 seconds behind Thomas Estaque.

5:57 am PDT Louis Jeandel makes it four French riders in the top five.

6:02 am PDT Matt Walker is another rider within a second of the top time as he crosses the line in 3rd.

6:04 am PDT Taking the lead by over a second is Slawomir Lukasik but Jack Moir quickly bests this by a huge 8.42 seconds.

6:05 am PDT Martin Maes can't match Jack's time and goes seven seconds back in 2nd place.

6:05 am PDT Richie Rude can only manage seventh so far.

6:08 am PDT 14th for Jesse Melamed and with Youn Deniaud in 2nd Jack Moir takes the stage win.



Stage 4



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 4:24.380
2nd. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 4:26.980
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 4:29.050
4th. Noga Korem: 4:30.780
5th. Harriet Harnden: 4:30.850
Elite Men

1st. Martin Maes: 3:43.530
2nd. Jack Moir: 3:44.040
3rd. Alex Rudeau: 3:45.340
4th. Youn Deniaud: 3:46.770
5th. Jesse Melamed: 3:49.350

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 4:48.230
2nd. Helen Weber: 4:49.650
3rd. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 4:52.250
4th. Lily Planquart: 5:02.750
5th. Sophie Riva: 5:21.210
U21 Men

1st. Jack Piercy: 3:55.320
2nd. Seth Sherlock: 3:55.520
3rd. Lisandru Bertini: 3:57.600
4th. Alexis Icardo: 4:04.050
5th. Simeon Pleindoux: 4:04.670
5th. Andreas Hoglund: 4:04.670

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 4:57.100
2nd. Melissa Newell: 5:33.980
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 5:34.170
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 4:11.370
2nd. Karim Amour: 4:17.220
3rd. Dan Farrer: 4:22.680
4th. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 4:23.450
5th. Juan Jose Esnaola Gorostidi: 4:25.650



Overall Results After Stage 4 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Isabeau Courdurier: 32:08.850
2nd. Morgane Charre: 32:10.040
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 32:37.200
4th. Noga Korem: 32:42.850
5th. Harriet Harnden: 32:58.090
Elite Men

1st. Alex Rudeau: 27:56.950
2nd. Jack Moir: 28:01.230
3rd. Martin Maes: 28:02.140
4th. Youn Deniaud: 28:08.830 (+1)
5th. Charles Murray: 28:16.890 (-1)

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 34:29.980
2nd. Helen Weber: 35:58.910 (+1)
3rd. Sophie Riva: 36:17.890 (-1)
4th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 37:13.110
5th. Lily Planquart: 37:34.520
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 30:00.950 (+1)
2nd. Simeon Pleindoux: 30:04.210 (-1)
3rd. Seth Sherlock: 30:04.260
4th. Jack Piercy: 30:06.170 (+2)
5th. Andreas Hoglund: 30:14.990

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 36:48.770
2nd. Melissa Newell: 39:09.790
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 41:07.470
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 31:25.050
2nd. Karim Amour: 32:02.040
3rd. Dan Farrer: 32:47.780
4th. Christophe Saint Aubin: 33:02.170
5th. Mads Weidemann: 33:09.100



Live Stage Updates

5:33 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Jess Stone: 4:41.920
2nd. Nadine Ellecosta: 4:49.280
3rd. Porsha Murdock: 4:51.700
4th. Sidonie Jolidon: 4:55.820
5th. Polly Henderson: 4:57.300

6:21 am PDT Morgane Jonnier goes three seconds back and into 2nd.

6:23 am PDT A big timing update sees Melanie Pugin go fastest with Barbora Prudkova 2nd and Flo Espineira 3rd.

6:25 am PDT Andreane Lanthier Nadeau takes the lead by almost five seconds.

6:25 am PDT Almost four seconds back and into 2nd for Hattie Harnden.

6:26 am PDT Noga Korem just edges ahead of Hattie to go 2nd.

6:27 am PDT Isabeau Courdurier isn't slowing down today with a 2nd place.

6:27 am PDT Morgane Charre goes fastest by over two and a half seconds and wins the stage.

6:33 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Irenee Menjou: 3:53.870
2nd. Elliot Jamieson: 3:58.120
3rd. Theo Galy: 3:58.750
4th. Alexandre Robert: 3:59.170
5th. Torben Drach: 3:59.280

6:35 am PDT Adrien Dailly sets an early rapid time to go into the lead by nearly two seconds.

6:42 am PDT Elliott Heap moves into third so far, 3.03 off Adrien Dailly's time.

6:44 am PDT Matt Walker comes the closest to Adrien Dailly but he is still 1.78 seconds behind.

6:46 am PDT Slawomir Lukasik takes the lead but Jack Moir is on another level to find over seven seconds and goes fastest.

6:46 am PDT Martin Maes finds another half a second to best Jack Moir and leads into the final few riders.

6:47 am PDT Over six seconds off the pace and third place for Richie Rude.

6:50 am PDT Jesse Melamed takes fifth and Youn Deniaud fourth meaning Martin Maes takes the stage win.



Stage 5



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 7:01.820
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: 7:12.440
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 7:13.190
4th. Noga Korem: 7:13.550
5th. Barbora Prudkova: 7:19.390
Elite Men

1st. Martin Maes: 5:58.370
2nd. Alex Rudeau: 5:59.690
3rd. Nathan Secondi: 6:01.530
4th. Jack Moir: 6:02.340
5th. Louis Jeandel: 6:04.500

U21 Women

1st. Emmy Lan: 7:43.490
2nd. Helen Weber: 8:00.830
3rd. Sophie Riva: 8:24.460
4th. Lily Planquart: 8:25.880
5th. Emily Carrick-Anderson: 8:27.120
U21 Men

1st. Lisandru Bertini: 6:22.190
2nd. Jack Piercy: 6:22.830
3rd. Seth Sherlock: 6:24.540
4th. Alexis Icardo: 6:24.820
5th. Henry Crease: 6:25.740

Master Women

1st. Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova: 8:25.260
2nd. Melissa Newell: 9:02.790
3rd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 9:31.150
Master Men

1st. Ian Austermuhle: 6:48.000
2nd. Mauro Gonzalez Fontan: 6:51.230
3rd. Juan Jose Esnaola Gorostidi: 7:03.970
4th. Mads Weidemann: 7:07.930
5th. Scott Edgworth: 7:10.200



Live Stage Updates

7:23 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Jess Stone: 7:34.630
2nd. Polly Henderson: 7:56.420
3rd. Morgane Such: 7:57.680
4th. Nadine Ellecosta: 7:59.630
5th. Sidonie Jolidon: 8:04.430

8:10 am PDT Barbora Prudkova goes fastest and Flo Espineira takes second as the top-ranked Elite Women start on the final stage.

8:12 am PDT Melanie Pugin goes six seconds into the lead as Raphaela Richter takes third.

8:14 am PDT Noga Korem goes just 0.36 seconds back in 2nd.

8:15 am PDT Isabeau Courdurier goes fastest by three-quarters of a second.

8:16 am PDT But Morgane Charre dominates with a massive 10.62 lead to take the stage and the race win. It is not enough to take the overall for the season as Isabeau secures the 2022 title.

8:20 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Irenee Menjou: 6:07.030
2nd. Dan Booker: 6:11.310
3rd. Kelan Grant: 6:14.710
4th. Corey Watson: 6:17.110
5th. Elliot Jamieson: 6:17.730

8:22 am PDT Adrien Dailly ends his day with a third so far on the final stage of the day.

8:23 am PDT Louis Jeandel takes second place as Nathan Secondi goes fastest to make it a French top three.

8:33 am PDT Jack Moir is just under a second off the pace and goes 2nd.

8:34 am PDT Martin Maes has found his form and goes quickest so far by over three seconds.

8:35 am PDT Seventh place for Richie Rude, it looks like he won't be taking the overall title from Jesse Melamed.

8:36 am PDT Alex Rudeau goes 2nd and with that takes the win today.

8:37 am PDT Jesse Melamed ends the day with 8th place on the final stage but it's all he needs to take the overall title.

8:37 am PDT No one can best Martin Maes' time and he wins the stage.




107 Comments

  • 84 2
 f*cking Jesse Melamed. Heavy crash last week and he’s right back up there.
  • 30 82
flag watchmen (Sep 24, 2022 at 5:31) (Below Threshold)
 Are you?
  • 6 1
 @watchmen: guess there wasn’t enough lube
  • 39 0
 Yes congrats to Jesse Melamed - EWS overall winner 2020 & 2022
  • 8 0
 Way to go Jesse!
  • 6 0
 Yes Jesse!!!! Congrats you machine
  • 6 0
 Huge congrats Jesse! Been a bit an up down over the years to finally get a truly well deserved EWS championship title. Super stoked for you mate.
  • 73 1
 Jesse. Not a mechanic but he has the overalls.
(Will see myself out)
  • 8 1
 Engineer , I believe.
  • 42 1
 Good to see Sam getting back in form.
  • 3 32
flag Edendino (Sep 25, 2022 at 3:17) (Below Threshold)
 Does he? Because last race in Cranz Montana he ended up 31... people are jumping to conclusions too quick. Yeah, it's the last race of the year so it doesn't really matter but I think you can only say about a racer that he's back in form based on minimum 2 races in a row.
  • 7 1
 @Edendino: funny because we're in Finale and they seem to think there's a race here next weekend...
  • 7 2
 @BenPea: i think there actually is a race in finale soon - enduro trophy of nations…
  • 1 0
 Where did Hill finish overall for this race?
  • 4 0
 @Roost66: Didn't finish. Was 120th on Stage 4 so I guess a crash or major mechanical.
  • 7 0
 @thingswelike: front flat
  • 1 0
 @bashhard: Thanks.
  • 30 2
 Thinking this means Jesse’s closed out the overall !! So throughly deserved, one of the hardest working riders with the skills to match , well done sir !!!
  • 13 3
 No, he hasn't won the overall just yet. It is still technically possible for Richie Rude to score more points although it is now even harder. Jesse needs to finish 87th or better to take the overall with no way for Richie to win.
  • 9 0
 He still has to finish. And he obviously doesn't take it slow to secure the overall.
  • 19 1
 @Ttimer: He's not in it to win the overall finishing 87th. He wants to show those French rider that Canadians know a little French too.
  • 3 0
 He does seem to have played it a little safer l today, which I really respect following that helmet breaker last week. Congrats Jesse on a well deserved title!
  • 16 0
 Good to see Matt Walker back racing!
Sam Hill in a promising 12th too.
What happened to Ella Conolly? Nothing on her instagram. Hope she's ok.
  • 7 0
 She had a big crash at the top and is a bit beaten up unfortunately
  • 15 1
 Deliberate crash to skew the fantasy league in her favour, netting the overall. So goes the conspiracy.

(Get well soon, Ella)
  • 2 2
 @dougfs: She probably shouldn't have picked herself for the team then eh Smile Hope she's ok.
  • 1 6
flag taskmgr (Sep 24, 2022 at 11:29) (Below Threshold)
 Matt walker has been racing the whole time. Are you thinking of dh racer matt walker?
  • 7 0
 @taskmgr: he missed the last round
  • 3 0
 @taskmgr: He was out for the last one with an infection and on IV antibiotics.
  • 15 0
 Ya Seth-way 2 fight back and get 2nd on the day! Congrats on a great Enduro season and your 2nd Overall.Also big shout out to Luke-He was a Beast!!
  • 2 0
 Yes so good, way to dig deep Seth!
  • 17 0
 Both male and female winners on flat pedals
  • 8 0
 making Sam Hill proud!
  • 12 0
 Can’t wait til this is how we get to watch DH next season as well…
  • 1 0
 Sarcasm meter?
  • 10 0
 Good one for Pivot! Morgane won the race, 2nd overall, Ed P5 overall, Wax P9 overall, Pivot overall team champs. That'll make up for Bernard's broken finger!
  • 4 0
 The forthcoming BK LSD YouTube be very celebratory!
  • 11 0
 Alex Rudeau is the new flat pedal thunder brigade!
  • 1 0
 And aluminimum bike... Not so often in Enduro... He must be strong... Didn't take long to commencal to take the win since they got serious into EWS...
  • 6 0
 Checked the overall full listings for Pinkbike Academy types, www.enduroworldseries.com/rankings/global/, to see Emmett finished 2nd overall in U21!

Flo was just outside the top 10, given she was racing a different class for part of the season that's impressive. Hopefully she's straight into having to do all the peddling class next season.

Evan was 34, I think. Bradley 55, and Julia, 33.

As someone who enjoyed the previous seasons, well, S2 a lot more than S1, isn't S3 of Pinkbike Academy set to start soon?
  • 2 0
 Yeah, they did really well! Looking forward to seeing Emmett in Pro.
  • 7 0
 Another one for the flat pedals Yeah Morgane !
  • 7 1
 DENIAUD Takes the win.
  • 3 1
 Good for him, he was consistantly in the top spots lately
  • 2 5
 @fautquecaswing: @fautquecaswing: Really? It seems to me he's come out of nowhere to take that win. Is that his home turf?
  • 7 0
 @Fill-Freakin: Let's wait for the French sport minister to chime in on this one.
  • 2 1
 @Fill-Freakin: he's been a pretty consistent top 10/20 finisher this year. Sitting 7th overall going into this race.
  • 4 0
 @Fill-Freakin: are you David Douillet secret account ?
  • 1 0
 @bforwil: Where do you see he's sitting 7th overall?
  • 1 1
 @kegron: compte brûleur*
  • 1 0
 16th.
Look at enduroworldseries.com/live then click on his profile. All there.
Will jump 4 spots if he finishes first (if)
  • 3 1
 @fautquecaswing: So why are you saying he's consistently in the top spots lately? Top spots to me means top 5. Maybe top 10. Don't get me wrong, good for him for his stage win and strong finish in this race.
  • 2 0
 @Fill-Freakin: Crans Montana per stage 4 7 6 29 8 overall 7
Not in your top5 but still impressive to me

Hopefully someone playing for the top20 serie overall can win a stage otherwise it would be even more boring
  • 1 0
 He won on the show...
  • 6 2
 Is something wrong with Rude? Is he using the new bike...and not getting along with it? What's going on there?
  • 9 1
 He hurt himself in a crash at the stop in Maine. Scaphoid I think.
  • 7 0
 @pisgahgnar: broken scapula in the states
  • 9 1
 Its impressive he is going as fast as he is with an injury that is not yet healed.
  • 5 0
 @pisgahgnar: Well...that's a pretty good reason.
  • 2 0
 @woodlandplayer: Incredibly risky, too.
  • 8 17
flag tonit91 (Sep 25, 2022 at 6:36) (Below Threshold)
 Wrong water bottle
  • 4 0
 Morgane Charre has had a good season and is pretty consistent. Remember she was world champion once. Good job girl!
  • 4 0
 Becky Cook again showing she deserves to be back on a factory team next year
  • 3 0
 Good to see 3 kiwis and 1 aussie in the Top 10 EWS 2022 Overall. The variety of rounds this year seems to reduce the euro dominance.
  • 4 0
 You know it's proper enduro when Sam is back Smile
  • 4 0
 So happy for Jesse winning the overall!!
  • 4 1
 Get in Becky and Jess!!!!!
  • 3 0
 No Meier-Smiths at this event?
  • 1 0
 I assume Luke Meier-Smith didn't turn up because he'd already won the U21 overall and didn't have to?
  • 2 0
 Stage 1 times melamed and rude identical times, hill 2nd and 9 seconds winning advantage?? Mental!!
  • 1 0
 How donyou get the live timming on official www to work? It says „Aeaiting data…” all the time, and it has so for every EWS round this year… :-/
  • 2 2
 Change your language settings to English
  • 1 0
 @RHSGuy: omg, thanks! Just wish i’d asked this question in June… ;-P
  • 1 0
 If im reading the timings right Jack id 5.5 seconds behind Alex Rudeau with the final stage to go. I think Jack might be on for the win here
  • 1 0
 There are still two more stages for the Elite Men, it could end up being pretty close.
  • 1 0
 @edspratt: Ah, i read it as after 4 stages with the 5th to do on the official timing
  • 2 0
 One to go
1 sec between Isabeau & Morgane
4 sec between Alex & Jack
  • 3 0
 That sport minister guy was maybe actually onto something haha.
  • 4 0
 Emmy Lan…unstoppable!
  • 3 0
 And still years to go in the U21. If she stays healthy and keeps developing she could become a dominant force in the Elites when she gets there.
  • 2 0
 What happened to Sam Hill? He lost more than 1min and disappeared from results
  • 3 0
 Front flat…
  • 3 0
 Yeah Jesse. congrats dude. Your an absolute beast.
  • 5 2
 Wgedes ella?
  • 45 0
 I’m so sorry, I don’t speak Welsh.
  • 7 1
 @BamaBiscuits: hahaha needs more ls and ws and ys like llyllwylllywl
  • 6 0
 @BamaBiscuits: upvote, im not correcting it Smile
  • 5 0
 @jimfredo: I'm half Welsh, don't speak a lick of welsh, and can confirm.
  • 2 0
 Towball in 40th....oh oh....
  • 7 0
 Not very polished performance
  • 3 0
 Jesse crushing it
  • 2 0
 Kinda wild to see Rude so far off the top spot pace the last two rounds
  • 8 0
 He is riding with an injury. I'ts actually surprising (and arguably even a bit stupid) that he is riding at all, not to mention inside the top ten.
  • 3 0
 Estaque. Sick
  • 3 0
 YES Alex!
  • 3 0
 Atta boy Jesse!
  • 1 0
 Gotta give Sam credit probably rode more at the races than anytime this year and still a top 50 guy
  • 1 1
 So now that Rude did not top 5 on the Queen stage, it is confirmed that Jesse wins?

Likewise Isabeau won?
  • 1 0
 He has to finish. It’s never confirmed until the race is over.
  • 2 0
 @nateb: It doesn't matter, because without the top5 Richie can't score enough to out place him. Even if Jesse were to DNF now, I don't think its mathematically possible.
  • 1 0
 @Matturalistic: ohhhh interesting. Yah that changes it then.
  • 2 0
 Way to go Noga!!!
  • 1 0
 Stonks in flat pedal setups just went through the roof
  • 2 0
 Grats Lukasick!
  • 1 0
 Where is Ella?
  • 10 4
 On my fantasy team, so obviously going to have some poor luck.





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