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[UPDATED] Junior Results & Overall Standings from the Bielsko-Biala DH World Cup 2024

May 19, 2024
by Ed Spratt  
The results are in from the second stop of the 2024 World Cup Downhill series in Poland.

Heather Wilson remains undefeated so far in the 2024 World Cup season as she backs up her Fort William victory in Poland. 2023 World Champion Erice Van Leuven came close to the victory as she took the race lead through sector four before Wilson pushed back to end the day 0.069 seconds ahead. Sacha Earnest was fastest through the first sector before losing time through the rest of the course to go 2.515 seconds back in third.

The Junior Men's racing also delivered the same winner as Fort William with Asa Vermette mastering the tricky conditions to go fastest by 3.8 seconds. Vermette continued his dominance of the 2024 junior season as he was unmatched in Poland with only Mylann Falquet riding within four seconds of his race time. Dane Jewett put in a big effort on the slippery course to take the final junior podium position.

Check out the results and race updates below.


Junior Women

1st. Heather Wilson: 3:28.864
2nd. Erice Van Leuven: 3:28.933 / +0.069
3rd. Sacha Earnest: 3:31.379 / +2.515
4th. Eliana Hulsebosch: 3:32.139 / +3.275
5th. Kale Cushman: 3:38.991 / +10.127

Junior Men

1st. Asa Vermette: 3:03.588
2nd. Mylann Falquet: 3:07.411 / +3.823
3rd. Dane Jewett: 3:08.243 / +4.655
4th. Till Alran: 3:08.506 / +4.918
5th. Raphaël Giambi: 3:08.907 / +5.319

Full Results:

Junior Women


Junior Men


Overall Standings:

Junior Women


Junior Men


Junior Women

Race Updates:

2:30 PDT: The Junior Women's Race is Now Underway
The Junior finals are kicking off a full day of racing with Maxima Jaax starting proceedings.

2:34 PDT: Maxima Jaax Sets a Time of 3:48.341
After morning rain showers have made parts of the track greasy for finals today, Maxima Jaax sets the first time of the day with a 3:48.341.

2:35 PDT: Sacha Mills Crosses the Line 8 Seconds Back
Sacha Mills falls behind the first race lap of the day as she loses a lot of time in the fourth split.

2:36 PDT: Matilda Melton Goes into the Lead
Matilda Melton takes 3.685 seconds off the previously fastest time to take an early race lead.

2:40 PDT: Kale Cushman Pulls Ahead by Over 5 Seconds
Kale Cushman is strong in the second half of the course as she takes the hot seat by over five seconds.

2:42 PDT: Erice Van Leuven Takes the Lad by Over 10 Seconds
Erice Van Leuven blows apart the top times as she leads through every split to beat the top qualifying time and go onto the hot seat.

2:46 PDT: Sacha Earnest Can't Match Van Leuven as She Takes 2nd
Sacha Earnest was running close to the current leader at the top of the course but lost time in the lower sectors to go over the line 2.446 back.

2:50 PDT: Heather Wilson Goes Fastest with 1 Rider Left at the Top
Fort William winner, Heather Wilson has gone fastest besting Erice Van Leuven by 0.069 seconds.

2:53 PDT: Heather Wilson Remains Undefeated in 2024
As the rain picks up Eliana Hulsebosch couldn't match the top time as she goes 3.275 back and into fourth place.

Junior Men

Race Updates:

3:03 PDT: Morgan Williams Completes the First Run of the Race
Morgan Williams sets a time of 3:15.950 as he goes over the line seven seconds back from yesterday's top qualifying time.

3:07 PDT: Noa Hirst Walker Takes the Lead by Over 5 Seconds
Noa Hirst Walker keeps the speed high despite tricky conditions to go onto the hot seat with a time just two seconds back from the top qualifier.

3:09 PDT: Christian Hauser Slides Out at the Top of the Course
The open sections of the track are looking greasy as Christian Hauser goes down in the second split.

3:11 PDT: George Madley Comes Closest to Hirst Walker So Far
The top time remains far ahead of anyone else so far as George Madley runs the closest with a deficit of 2.535 seconds.

3:14 PDT: Oscar Griffiths Makes it a British Top 3
Oscar Griffiths rides 1.7 seconds back to take 2nd place making it four UK riders inside the current top five.

3:16 PDT: Lucas Dedora Sets the New Fastest Time by Just 0.052 Seconds
Lucas Dedora has a great final split to just edge ahead of Hirst Walker to take the race lead.

3:17 PDT: Mylann Falquet Flies into the Lead by 2.94 Seconds
Mylann Falquet sets a new time to beat as his finals run is the first to beat the top qualifier.

3:20 PDT: A Big Crash for Max Alran
Max Alran goes down in the third sector, it's good to see him back up and on the bike.

3:23 PDT: Asa Vermette Destroys the Previous Top Time as he Goes Fastest
Asa Vermette dominates the current race times as he manages to find almost four seconds to set a big challenge for the remaining riders.

3:27 PDT: The Rain is Getting Heavier for the Final Riders
The weather continues to get worse as the conditions may become unfavourable for riders to challenge the current top time.

3:32 PDT: Dane Jewett Battles the Tough Conditions to Take 3rd
Dane Jewett ride well through the tricky weather and track conditions as he manages to go 4.655 back and into third.

3:35 PDT: Mike Huter Crashes at the Bottom of the Course
Mike Huter was having an incredible run before he slid off the course in the woods before the finish.

3:35 PDT: Asa Vermette Wins Again in 2024
Asa Vermette secures his secure World Cup victory as Till Alran goes fourth.

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  • 16 1
 Coverage is good! Good racing!
  • 9 0
 I guess I will have to name my chicken after Heather Wilson one day.
  • 7 1
 Seems they changed to a different link, at least where I am www.youtube.com/watch?v=92zAazpUPP8
  • 3 1
  • 2 1
 The same link above continues with the junior men finals it seems.

Edit: And now the broadcast has ended... WTF UCI???
  • 4 1
 Honestly….this is hard work. Bring back Red Bull
  • 7 0
 Junior Heather Wilson only 1 second off the Elite Women top Semi time.
  • 2 4
 Would have got her into the elite mens final!
  • 3 0
 Competition in junior women's is nuts this year. Erice put down a run that would have gone 2nd in elite semi's and it wasn't enough!
  • 1 0
 Is the link working yet? Not working here in aus.
  • 1 0
Not yet. Once the streams starts it should pop up tho
  • 1 0
 @ohjohnob: it’s up now!
  • 2 0
 @Dbonevelle: I might just be stupid, but where do you even see the time schedule of the races nowadays? I have no idea what time anything starts.
  • 1 0
 @flickr: I just watch the pinkbike articles throughout the week
  • 1 0
 @spicysparkes: yes so far only Spanish hahah better than nothing. Sorry that’s all I got
  • 1 0
 @Dbonevelle: Tiz has a steam up now
  • 1 0
Thank you found it !
  • 5 0
 Crikey that was a close finish for 1st and 2nd, so close Erice, so close!
  • 3 1
 why do they have two separate streams for junior men and women and cut between them with no explanation at a seemingly random time. just have one and keep it running, bloody stupid
  • 2 0
 And a new stream for elite.
  • 5 1
 The live race has disappeared from YouTube?
  • 2 3
 Quite the joke, huh? Say they'll do one thing, then not deliver on it...
  • 3 0
 Where's the guy with the link so we can watch?
  • 2 0
 Great job by former Pinkbike (sort of) team member Mylann Falquet - 2nd place in Juniors.
  • 2 2
 Asa destroying juniors again. I dont think this time will be to 10 in Elites though. (Possibly the track will also change a lot till they drop, especially with a rained on track the comparisson is hard)
  • 1 0
 He did have advantage over his run was way more than a dry or traction
  • 3 0
 Asa is stealing 3 frames per second down that hill.
  • 2 1
 This video has been removed by the unloader...at least in my neck of the woods. FFS
  • 2 0
 Go Kale go! Moving the right direction in 5th, making Maine proud
  • 1 0
 What happened to Teagan Heap? Got a DNF in junior women’s. Hope she’s ok!!!
  • 1 0
 Streams should be up in about an hour
  • 1 1
 Are the juniors only a 3 person podium now or has that always been the case?
  • 1 0
 I was thinking the same thing
  • 1 0
 So who going to put a helmet on Asa - Red Bull or Monster.
  • 5 0
 Dales Ale ftw
  • 3 0
 Already has the Go Pro helmet
  • 2 1
 Asa straight to elites with a super licence me thinks !
  • 1 0
 Asa is damn impressive that's for sure.
  • 1 0
 Let’s go Asa! Let’s go USA!
  • 1 1
 Can’t wait to compare Asa’s time to the pros!!
  • 1 0
 He would of been 22
  • 2 1
  • 2 3
 Junior men's removed from YT now too.
Seriously, what the heck?
  • 2 2
 It’s a donkey show….
  • 1 1
  • 3 0
 @NikolaiB: Its a chris BALLS up

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