Final Results from the Downhill at Crankworx Innsbruck 2022

Jun 19, 2022
by Ed Spratt  
Crankworx Innsbruck concludes with the deuter Downhill Innsbruck presented by Raiffeisen Club. Check out the results below.


You can watch the replay here.


Results:

Pro Men


1st. Charlie Hatton: 2:39.598
2nd. Finn Iles: +2.383
3rd. Mick Hannah: +3.145


Pro Women


1st. Vali Höll: 3:02.361
2nd. Tracey Hannah: +1.460
3rd. Anna Newkirk: +8.600



U19 Men


1st. Jackson Goldstone: 2:43.916
2nd. Remy Meier-Smith: +6.582
3rd. Cameron Beck: +6.841


U19 Women


1st. Izabela Yankova: 3:11.193
2nd. Riley Miller: +5.532
3rd. Lucy Van Eesteren: +10.378




Results:

Elite Women


Elite Men


U19 Women


U19 Men




Live Updates



Elite Women

6:30 am PDT We have already seen a number of the Elite Women take on the Crankworx course with the current top five being:

1st. Vaea Verbeeck: 3:14.091
2nd. Vinny Armstrong: +3.117
3rd. Kyleigh Stewart: +11.655
4th. Georgia Astle: +11.829
5th. Cassie Voysey: +12.009

6:44 am PDT Rachel Pageau is the first rider down on the live stream and goes across the line in third so far.

6:48 am PDT A big crash for Ellie Smith as she was on a great run. Luckily she is quickly up and finishing her run.

6:55 am PDT Disaster for Jenna Hastings as she was up but a small mistake seems to have ended her run, she goes 11 seconds back.

6:57 am PDT Mikayla Parton has a smooth run to go into second place, 2.1 off the top time.

6:59 am PDT Anna Newkirk goes fastest by 3.130 seconds with four riders left.

7:02 am PDT Siel Van Der Velden slots into second place and will be definitely inside the top five with three riders to go.

7:04 am PDT Phoebe Gale is racing in Elites this weekend but she hit a tree and goes into fourth place.

7:07 am PDT Vali Höll has a flat out run to go 8.6 seconds up and into the lead.

7:09 am PDT Fastest qualifier Tracey Hannah can't match Vali Höll and finishes in second place,





Elite Men

7:21 am PDT The Elite Men are now on course with George Brannigan currently leading.

7:24 am PDT At the moment the top five looks like this:

1st. George Brannigan: 2:44.849
2nd. Dylan Maples: +1.909
3rd. Ben Cathro: +2.104
4th. Gaetan Vige: +2.131
5th. Harry Molloy: +3.083

7:26 am PDT Mick Hannah goes fastest by over two seconds!

7:29 am PDT Mark Wallace goes three seconds back and into third.

7:34 am PDT Jakob Jewett comes across the line in third, 2.727 back.

7:36 am PDT Dean Lucas looked like he was about to take the lead but he slides out in the dusty last corner.

7:41 am PDT Ronan Dunne has an amazing run after a big crash yesterday and ends his ride in second, 1.336 off Mick's time.

7:57 am PDT Kye A'Hern goes less than a second back. Mick's time is looking more beatable as we get into the final riders.

8:09 am PDT Andreas Kolb was around two seconds up but goes off the trail and struggled to get back on course. We have three riders left, can anyone beat Mick?

8:13 am PDT Sam Blenkinsop comes so close to the top time but he goes 0.052 back at the finish line.

8:16 am PDT Charlie Hatton takes the lead by over three seconds with one rider remaining.

8:19 am PDT Finn Iles can't match Charlie and goes into second place.




44 Comments

  • 59 2
 Both Hannahs seem to be doing alright. Must be harsh for these young wc riders to get beaten by these pensioners...
  • 27 0
 One of the being on an enduro bike...
  • 1 0
 Was glad to see them nuking it - Jackson being the main whippersnapper contender and he would've placed 6th in elite mens comparatively - just barely behind Mick. Plenty of pensioners did finish later tho but hey, experience can matter in many situations. Tracy's run was stunning - is she even training at all??? Anyway - Jackson's (and Jordan's) times are off the hook but I can't help wondering that when the do actually compete w/ the elites, the mind games will get to them.
  • 23 2
 Sick Mick 3rd in a Enduro Bike.. . Tracey Hannah 1.46 behind Valentina.... this Hannah bros are amazing... Tracey definitely got to put her shit together and make a comeback to the WC circuit.. she still got it
  • 6 0
 She stopped for valuable reasons, gotta respect that
  • 17 2
 Ben Cathro you godamm legend!
  • 1 0
 Yeah! Too bad we didn't get to see him on the live stream.
  • 16 0
 Sik freakin mik
  • 14 0
 Tracey is remarkably close to Vali!
  • 6 0
 I guess the commentators didn't know that Anna Newkirk lived in Switzerland since years and therefore made complete sense that she was doing more european races tah american ones...
  • 5 0
 On the coverage she was speaking fluent French to another rider at the finish line, which was a pretty good clue...
  • 4 0
 @antennae: However she lives in the German speaking part Smile
  • 6 0
 @nolimit: Yep, I know her in real life, she speaks fluent Swiss German
  • 2 0
 @nolimit: Ah sweet, I didn't know that! Props to Anna for language skills then.
  • 5 0
 Missing a lot of the top riders. How come they sit this one out? Not in their contract, not enough money, focusing on the next UCI event?
  • 4 0
 yeah what you said and especially a few like Vergier, Minnaar, Nicole were riding the test race of the new Vallnord track this weekend
  • 7 0
 Cathro running fast!
  • 4 0
 He's getting great results for someone coming off a serious injury and organizing the pb team
  • 5 0
 Izabela Yankova first in Junior woman - what a legend !!!
  • 3 0
 What’s up with Cam McCaul’s fingers?
  • 6 0
 Had surgery this week, he crashed while out on a ride in Innsbruck and broke his hand i think
  • 8 0
 @Aled-DHI: Yeah, but why are they orange like hotdogs?
  • 18 0
 @haychaser: stained with antiseptic from surgery
  • 3 1
 Storming storms stormed stormingly--the world stage. 'Do you have any water, or just Red Bull?'--Hatton's man
  • 4 0
 Good result for Big Ben!
  • 2 0
 Rad to see the retirees showing us how it’s done, even if you don’t have a DH bike!
  • 3 3
 Off topic - but Crankworx add showing the Joyride runs... 2015 Semenuk run is all time and will always be the best slopestyle run ever
  • 2 0
 Well done Vali, keep the momentum for Lenzerheide!
  • 2 0
 Brilliant result for @ronandunne, well done lad!
  • 2 0
 Hell. Yes. Mick!!! Salute Salute
  • 2 1
 Congrats Vali and Charlie! Looked like a great race day!
  • 1 0
 Blinky 4th, solid effort. Goldstones on fire with that 2.43
  • 1 0
 Wheres Nina?
  • 5 0
 She was disqualified for going outside of a course marker.
  • 1 1
 @edspratt: Was she on for times? or off? I did not see Live.
  • 3 0
 @stiksandstones: She didn't make the live feed after a puncture in qualifying and went down before most of the top riders so I don't think we know how her run was looking.
  • 3 0
 @stiksandstones: commentators mentioned she did a 3:05 before dq. Would have placed her third
  • 1 0
 Damn, respect mick!!
  • 1 0
 Kiwis did alright
  • 2 4
 1.46 off…. Time to rethink TH.
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