The results are in from the fourth round of the 2021 DH World Cup in Lenzerheide. Jackson Goldstone started today's racing with his third World Cup win in a row and another win after his World Champs win last weekend. Crossing the line just over two seconds back is fastest qualifier Pau Menoyo Busquets. James MacDermid completes the top three Junior Men, four seconds off Jackson.
The Junior Women's racing saw the European and World Champion Izabela Yankova continue her dominance as she bests Gracey Hemstreet by three and a half seconds. Izabela's race time would have been good enough for fifth place in the Elite Women's qualifying.
After some incredible runs, Myriam Nicole bested the Elite Women's field by over two and a half seconds as she takes the win in Lenzerheide. Tahnee Seagrave was back on top form as she finishes in second place. Vali Höll shook off her bad luck this year to secure third place.
It was a French domination in the Elite Men's race as Loris Vergier wins his second World Cup in a row. Loic Bruni is back on top form again as he goes into second place, with the series leader Thibaut Daprela in third place. Amaury Pierron completes the French domination of the podium.
Check out the full results below.
1st. Myriam Nicole: 3:10.661
2nd. Tahnee Seagrave: 3:13.323
3rd. Vali Höll: 3:16.776
4th. Nina Hoffmann: 3:19.110
5th. Camille Balanche: 3:19.222
1st. Loris Vergier: 2:46.921
2nd. Loic Bruni: 2:47.118
3rd. Thibaut Daprela: 2:47.291
4th. Amaury Pierron: 2:47.549
5th. Laurie Greenland: 2:48.189
1st. Izabela Yankova: 3:29.096
2nd. Gracey Hemstreet: 3:32.597
3rd. Kina Haugom: 3:40.435
4th. Phoebe Gale: 3:43.483
5th. Leona Pierrini: 3:45.263
1st. Jackson Goldstone: 2:51.065
2nd. Pau Menoyo Busquets: 2:53.315
3rd. James MacDermid: 2:55.119
4th. Jordan Williams: 2:55.702
5th. Oliver Davis: 2:55.932
Full Results:Elite WomenElite MenJunior WomenJunior Men
Live Race Updates:
6:37 am PDT
Loris Vergier wins in Lenzerheide!
6:35 am PDT
Amaury Pierron puts down a wild run, but it is only good enough for third so far today. Only Loris Vergier is left, can he make it a French top four?
6:27 am PDT
It's Loic Bruni who now takes the lead by 0.173 seconds!
6:23 am PDT
Thibaut Daprela flies past Laurie Greenland's time to take the lead by 0.898 seconds!
6:20 am PDT
With five Elite Men remaining the current top five is:
1st. Laurie Greenland: 2:48.189
2nd. Dakotah Norton: 2:49.938
3rd. Reece Wilson: 2:50.148
4th. Remi Thirion: 2:50.248
5th. Finn Iles: 2:50.265
6:13 am PDT
Laurie Greenland goes fastest by 1.7 seconds! Laurie is the first rider to beat Loris Vergier's fastest qualifier.
6:10 am PDT
A mistake right before the finish line costs Finn Iles the lead as he goes 0.327 seconds back and into third place.
6:01 am PDT
Dakotah Norton pushes Matt Walker off the top spot as he crosses the line nearly half a second up.
5:51 am PDT
Luca Shaw has a horrific crash in the steep woods. Thankfully Luca is quickly up on his feet and making his way down the rest of the course.
5:49 am PDT
Angel Suarez comes so close to Matt Walker's time but he falls 0.160 back in the last part of the course.
5:48 am PDT
With 15 Elite Men remaining the current top five is:
1st. Matt Walker: 2:50.358
2nd. Benoit Coulanges: 2:51.823
3rd. Andreas Kolb: 2:52.136
4th. Mark Wallace: 2:52.404
5th. Greg Williamson: 2:52.748
5:46 am PDT
Matt Walker goes green at every split to take the top time with 15 riders left! Matt's time is less than a second off the fastest qualifier of Loris Vergier.
5:43 am PDT
Benoit Coulanges takes the top spot from Andreas Kolb by 0.313 seconds.
5:34 am PDT
Despite a massive mistake in his run, Mark Wallace still manages to go across the line in second place.
5:21 am PDT
Andreas Kolb goes fastest by just over a second.
5:05 am PDT
With 30 Elite Men remaining the current top five is:
1st. Brook MacDonald: 2:53.240
2nd. Dean Lucas: 2:53.462
3rd. Joe Breeden: 2:54.247
4th. Henry Kerr: 2:54.949
5th. Charlie Harrison: 2:56.509
4:52 am PDT
After the first 20 Elite Men the current top five is:
1st. Brook MacDonald: 2:53.240
2nd. Dean Lucas: 2:53.462
3rd. Henry Kerr: 2:54.949
4th. Oliver Zwar: 2:56.936
5th. Yannick Baechler: 2:56.975
4:14 am PDT
Myriam Nicole wins the Lenzerheide DH World Cup by nearly three seconds!
4:10 am PDT
Tahnee Seagrave finds some amazing speed on course as she demolishes the time of Vali Höll by nearly three and a half seconds.
4:06 am PDT
Vali Höll finally shakes off the bad luck this year and has an incredible run to take the lead by a massive margin of over two seconds.
4:02 am PDT
Camille Balanche has a wild run but it is not quite good enough for the top time as she goes 0.112 seconds back.
3:56 am PDT
With five Elite Women remaining the current top five is:
1st. Nina Hoffmann: 3:19.110
2nd. Marine Cabirou: 3:20.309
3rd. Mille Johnset: 3:23.558
4th. Anna Newkirk: 3:27.701
5th. Veronika Widmann: 3:27.813
3:52 am PDT
Nina Hoffmann puts together an incredible run to take the fastest time so far today and less than half a second off Myriam's top qualifying time.
3:49 am PDT
Mille Johnset smashes the top time by over four seconds. We are starting to close in on Myriam's rapid qualifying time.
3:48 am PDT
Anna Newkirk now takes the top spot so far by 0.112 seconds.
3:46 am PDT
Veronika Widmann goes into the lead with a time of 3:27.813. Veronika is the first Elite rider to beat the Junior Women's winning time.
3:40 am PDT
With 10 Elite Women remaining the current top five is:
1st. Eleonora Farina: 3:30.175
2nd. Mathilde Bernard: 3:31.762
3rd. Mariana Salazar: 3:34.300
4th. Lauryne Chappaz: 3:35.572
5th. Frida Ronning: 3:36.343
3:35 am PDT
The Elite Women are off with Lauryne Chappaz laying down the first run with a time of 3:35.572.
Stay tuned for live updates and results from the Lenzerheide DH World Cup
The Elite Women's racing kicks off at: PST 03:30 / EST 06:30 / GMT 11:30 / CET 12:30
The Elite Men will start at: PST 04:30 / EST 07:30 / GMT 12:30 / CEST 13:30