Moon Dust and Angel Beams: Practice Two - Val di Sole DH World Champs 2016

Sep 9, 2016
by Matthew DeLorme  



It's practice, day two here in Val Di Sole and the Black Snake is turning into a constantly changing beast. Timed runs for the men tomorrow and qualies for the Women and Juniors will give us a better idea of who is riding well. For now, it's more glorious light, fluffy moon dust, and massive holes, as the track takes a pummeling from the riders.



Oh that s just light bro.
Oh that's just light, bro.

Rachel Atherton is just one win away from a perfect season.
Rachel Atherton, just one win away from a perfect season.

Pompon has won here before and has been picking up speed each run.
Pompon won here before and has been picking up speed each run.

Tahnee Seagrave takes the inside line in early morning practice.
Tahnee Seagrave takes the inside line in early morning practice.

Manon tearing through the dusty chutes of the lower slopes.
Manon tearing through the dusty chutes of the lower slopes.

Awesome to see a female Japanese rider turn up to race the Worlds. Mia Suemasa has been on the scene for the best part of a decade but has focussed her attention mainly on XC in recent years.
Awesome to see a female Japanese rider turn up to race the Worlds. Mio Suemasa has been on the scene for the best part of a decade but has focused her attention mainly on XC in recent years.

Tracey Hannah has been looking very fast in practice. Looks like she is well fired up for this one.
Tracey Hannah has been looking very fast. She is fired up for this one.

Aggressive is the only way to describe how Tracey Hannah has been riding the past few days.
"Aggressive" is the only way to describe how Tracey has been riding the past few days.

Brage had a wild off this morning but tidied things up after that.
Brage had a wild off this morning, but tidied things up afterwards.

Elliot Heap running the rough stuff on the top section.
Elliot Heap, running the rough stuff on the top section.

Gaetan Vige
Gaetan Vige

No head injury for Finn after his massive face plant yesterday. He is going to give it a go tomorrow despite some very sore ribs but is still cautiously optimistic.
No head injury for Finn after his massive face plant yesterday. He is going to give it a go tomorrow, despite some very sore ribs - still cautiously optimistic.

Remi Thirion is crushing practice. Full attack mode all the time.
Remi Thirion is crushing practice. Full attack mode all the time.

Greg Minnaar taking the high line midway down the track.
Greg Minnaar taking the high line midway down the track.

Florent Payet diving into another one of Val di Sole signature switchbacks.
Florent Payet diving into another one of Val di Sole's signature switchbacks.

Lauire Greenland is starting to look dangerous in a bunch of the gnarliest sections.
Lauire Greenland is looking dangerous in the gnarliest sections.

Mick Hannah about to drop into a huge rut that has formed in the lower woods.
Mick Hannah, about to drop into a huge rut that formed in the lower woods.

Remi Thirion like a boss.
Remi Thirion, like a boss.

The Redcar Rocket blasting off into the tree canopy on the super sender.
The Redcar Rocket blasting off into the tree canopy on the super sender.

Danny Hart is only here for one result...
Danny Hart is only here for one result...

Alex Marin takes the inside line down the steep rock garden.
Alex Marin takes the inside line down the steep rock garden.

Marcelo Gutierez powering though the trees for team Colombia.
Marcelo Gutierez, powering though the trees for team Colombia.

Troy Moses Brosnan parting the sea of darkness before him and also looking crazy pinned.
Troy 'Moses' Brosnan parting the sea of darkness before him, looking crazy pinned.

One more day of sun and Val di Sole is going become one giant sand box. It s well on the way already.
One more day of sun and Val di Sole is going become a giant sandbox. It's well on the way already.

Danny Hart still looks like the fastest man on track.
Danny Hart looks like the fastest man on track.

The Bulldog smashing his way through the rough stuff.
The Bulldog, smashing his way through the rough stuff.

EWS regular Martin Maes is here racing for Belgium.
EWS regular Martin Maes is here racing for Belgium.

Bernard Kerr took to track today after Gee Atherton backed out of the race due to injury.
Bernard Kerr took to track today after Gee Atherton backed out of the race due to injury.

Neko Mulally has been looking on form this week.
Neko Mulally has been on form this week.

Images from the 2016 World Championships

Greg Williamson scrubs a little rock kicker on one of the faster parts of the track.
Greg Williamson scrubs a little rock kicker on one of the faster parts of the track.

The White Knight was pinned in training all day today.
The White Knight was pinned all day today.

Amaury Pierron cuts through the dust.
Amaury Pierron cuts through the dust.

Bryceland through the off camber sandbox.
Bryceland, through the off-camber sandbox.

Jack Moir surfing hot air thermals in the forest.
Jack Moir, surfing hot air thermals in the forest.

Supreme props to this guy.
Supreme props to this guy.

Luca Shaw keeping things nice and neat here in practice then he will bring the speed come race day.
Luca Shaw, keeping things nice and neat in practice. He will bring the speed come race day.

Loic has been cranking out fast run after fast run and is definitely in the hunt for one of the medals this weekend.
Loic has been cranking out fast run after fast run - definitely in the hunt for one a medal this weekend.

When the going gets steep Adam Brayton goes HAM.
When the going gets steep, Adam Brayton goes HAM.

Greg Minnaar powering through the wragged turns like he means it.
Greg Minnaar, powering through the ragged turns like he means it.

Mark Wallace grips and rips coming into the steepest section of the VDS course.
Mark Wallace grips and rips coming into the steepest section of Val Di Sole.

Connor Fearon takes the wide line through the rock garden.
Connor Fearon takes the wide line through the rock garden.

Loris Vergier floating over the gnar.
Loris Vergier floating over the gnar.

Rachel keeping cool in the mid day heat.
Rachel keeping cool in the midday heat.

George Brannigan wraps up a buck wild day at VDS fully stoked.
George Brannigan wraps up a buck wild day at VDS fully stoked.

Jordi has been chained to his work stand all day. Jordi is sad. Jordi needs a beer. Someone give Jordi a beer.
Jordi has been chained to his work stand all day. Jordi is sad. Jordi needs a beer. Someone give Jordi a beer.

Charlie Harrison had a rough one today and was icing his shoulder in the pits most of the afternoon.
Charlie Harrison had a rough one today and was icing his shoulder in the pits most of the afternoon.

Two absolute legends right here and we could be seeing the final race from one of them on Sunday.
Two absolute legends right here, and we could be seeing the final race from one of them on Sunday.

Gold... The color on everyone s mind this week.
Gold... The color on everyone's mind this week.

Evan gives Troy s fork a bit of love.
Evan gives Troy's fork a bit of love.

Some solid finish jump inspiration for any riders crashing on their race runs this Sunday...
Some solid finish jump inspiration for any riders crashing on their race runs this Sunday...

Val di Sole organisers put on a Freestyle Moto show today after the training sessions.
Val di Sole organizers put on a Freestyle Moto show today after the training sessions.

Beno and Logan are on wheel duty. As are most of the other mechanics.
Beno and Logan are on wheel duty - as are most mechanics.

Brage s family are all in Val Di Sole for worlds.
Brage's family are all in Val Di Sole for Worlds.

After a long and colorful career Formula s Otto announced his retirement today. Ciao Otto. Grazzie. We hope to see you around the races in the future.
After a long and colorful career, Formula's Brake Meister "Otto" announced his retirement today. Ciao, Otto. Grazzie Luciano Villano. We hope to see you around the races in the future.



121 Comments

  • + 170
 Whoever wins is for me already overshadowed by the guy with one leg. All respect to him!
  • + 20
 I had to scroll to far for this. Incredible man. No idea who he is unfortunately
  • + 7
 Exactly! And what's up with Troy Brosnans white bike/kit???
  • + 31
 @tblore: He doesn't plan on crashing
  • + 7
 @tblore: looks sic as thats what, Loics setup also looking sic as, & I dont even like Specialised...
  • + 26
 @tblore: New sponsor, Tide.
  • + 4
 agreed, and riding without goggles at that,
  • + 3
 @Bruccio:
why does he have "A" on his number plate
  • + 4
 @screamingeagle3: For his name. he is gonna be a forerunner with peaty. This dude got a nasty accident with his moped (dudes from the road maintenance forgot some manholes in the road open, guess what -_-) in 2003, got the leg cut out below the knee in 2006 and then started dh. I bet he can smoke my ass any day of the year.
  • + 5
 @Bruccio: He started DH after the accident??? He's got balls I must say. Be in his situation I would not even dare to think about riding DH.
  • + 3
 @mireksuchomel: you know? seeing him makes me think exactly the opposite. there's hope to continue ride even after such a bad accident Wink
  • + 4
 @Bruccio: thanks for the link. I mean it in the same way, that it's so inspirational. And show me there's no excuse not to ride.
  • + 67
 Aaron was so fast, they could't get a shot of him.
  • + 3
 But the pics here are so GREAT! The light, the shadows, those flares, the trail and riders! This group of bike porn pics must make the bike co's wet as hell! Props to the photos, the riders, the mechanics and that awesome track!
  • + 36
 Brosnan has worn some ridiculous pajamas in the past. But the all white might take the cake for goofiest look yet. Can't wait for Sunday 4am beers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • + 8
 "Props Already Given"
  • + 13
 i think it looks good
  • + 8
 Excellent look, Dr. Brosnan!
  • + 33
 The foreshadowing about Josh retiring is getting be overwhelming. Just give it to us straight PB as I can't take much more lol.
  • + 17
 Wyn was wandering around pits the other day interview people and checking out all the fresh bikes on facebook live. When he asked Ratboy if he was going to be riding next year, he replied with a yes. So, don't give up hope just yet!
  • + 7
 @Grutten: of ratty quits racing then the era of successful party downhillers will be coming to a close.
  • + 15
 This is really bugging me now, it only came from Warner saying "oh well we don't know what the future holds for josh now his mentor is retiring"

Of course he isn't going to retire, Steve Peat is going to stay on the scene and josh will still race. He won the WC 2 years ago, he's having a bad patch but he's still one of the best riders on the planet.

When vital posted a photo of JB in a gondal with his helmet and camera with the caption "possibly the last chance we'll see this" josh retweeted with the question "why, and I not allowed to have a camera on my helmet anymore?"

It's all rubbish that has stemmed from internet runouring.
  • + 2
 @pimpin-gimp: It could also mean that he is changing from the syndicate.
  • + 5
 @scotlanddownhill: exactly. Greg said that there was the biggest change ever coming for syndicate soon, that could mean Steve leaving, could mean them all going or it could mean more people joining. Nobody knows, but to suggest someone in their mid 20's is going to quit because someone else is retiring is ridiculous.
  • + 1
 Josh lost motivation and/or confidence this year, but I don't see him retiring from racing. He does have a choice to make however - train to be competitive and curtail the partying, or don't. I doubt his lazy style is going to work anymore. And maybe his ankle is just too thrashed to continue - who knows?
  • + 32
 I wouldn't put it past Greg to just go and sneak another win here, especially if a few of the other favourites take a tumble.
  • + 53
 Minnaar doesn't need the other guys to have mistakes and mishaps - if he's clean and on the gas, there's no stopping him.
  • + 22
 @neimbc: The guy has 10 World Champs medals. He definitely has a way of calming his nerves and riding at a high level this time of year.
  • + 1
 @rockyflowtbay: By his own admission, Greg is one of the most nervous guys at the start. Super sweaty palms and all. Such a calculated and smooth racer. NEVER count him out.
  • + 20
 Glad that fin is doing well after his crash. but Disappointed in the sport for letting him race so close to such a bad concussion. With all that we know today, its unfortunate that we do so little to protect our action sports athletes. Stay safe dude.
  • + 17
 The caption said no head injury though? Was he concussed?
  • + 4
 It's not "the sport's" job to tell Finn he can't race. That's his choice; if he has concussion symptoms I'm sure he wouldn't race.
  • + 17
 @sicmoto: It was questionable if he would be able to race after the crash. It busted up a carbon full face DH lid. The forces were sever. Even if he isnt displaying symptoms, the mechanism of injury is still there, and we know there is major, well documented risk if he sustains another head injury in short order.
  • + 27
 @Jimmy0: Why isn't the sports responsibility to protect athletes? The UCI can madade what color jersey you wear, and how tight it is, but they cant say to someone, No go today, its not safe for you? Bull shit. These riders put so much on the line everyday, for basically nothing.... all so we can be entertained and sold expensive bikes and kit. the sport puts on the event and makes dollars, they need to step up and take some responsibility for riders health and safety.
  • + 34
 Down vote this all you want, but this is a serious discussion. Action sports needs to pay attention to the long term health of their athletes, particularly when things like this are preventable. Every other major organized sport has concussion guidelines.
  • + 19
 @Jimmy0: thing is, a concussed person can't make that decision. Their brain is addled. Someone else has to assess the injured and make that decision. That should be medical personnel and I hope that is what has happened.
  • - 5
flag Session603 (Sep 9, 2016 at 18:15) (Below Threshold)
 @cmcrawfo: Why can't a grown adult with assistance from his doctor make an informed decision regarding his own health and ability to perform? Why does a group of bureaucrats have to decide for him? What in the world makes you think that the UCI is better equipped than Fin (with consultation from his doctor) to make that decision?
  • - 1
 @Someoldfart: I obviously don't know a damn thing about Fin's healthcare decision making process, but I'm confident he didn't decide he was fit to race while he was still altered from his crash.
  • + 12
 @Session603: athletes are not the best ones to make a hard decision like this, particularly young ones. Their view of risk is distorted by their own personal gains. If athletes could make theses decisions, there wouldn't be guidelines for concussion and return to sport... personal physicians are also biased, heavily in these cases. Honestly, it should be up to the organization an impartial physician.
  • + 5
 @Session603: Everyone needs to calm down. Just because he broke his helmet doesn't mean he was concussed. Don't jump to conclusions.
  • + 6
 @sicmoto: This is the thing ... these types of head injuries do not display overt symptoms, but we know they exist. The only way to actually diagnose them is mechanism of injury... so if the mechanism exists, the injury has happened.
  • + 1
 @cmcrawfo: you make some decent points, concussions are serious. However, taking that decision from the athlete and giving it to UCI is the dumbest thing I've heard in a long time.
The "sport" is not an entity, please stop insinuating that UCI and bike companies are scheming to make money by breaking athletes' bones.
  • + 1
 @cmcrawfo: I think the last part of your statement is wrong. These guys race because they love it and all the stuff you list is secondary, at least to begin with.
  • + 2
 @sicmoto: everyone is calm, this is what we call a discussion.
@cmcrawfo: He is an adult, he can make his own decisions. You still haven't explained how the UCI is more capable at making his healthcare decisions than he is, other than your baseless corrupt doctor conspiracies. What about personal responsibility to you abhor so much? I'm sincerely not trying to attack you, I'm trying to understand why you want bureaucrats to make personal decisions for adults?
  • - 6
flag canadianenduro Plus (Sep 9, 2016 at 20:00) (Below Threshold)
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  • + 4
 @Session603: the simple point is that when you take a knock to the head you may not be in a fit state to make a sensible decision. Hence there should be an unbiased third party / procedure in place to advise
  • + 2
 @JimLad: so you think he made the decision to race this weekend while actively having an altered mental status from his crash? That's nonsense. He never would've left the hospital if he was still confused from a TBI. You're going to need a better explanation than that to defend the nanny state mentality.
  • + 5
 Finn is an athlete. I'm confident he's had a pre-injury base line test for concussion. I doubt very much it's a matter of how many fingers am I holding up determining if he races.
  • + 0
 @PanCascadian: they're grasping at straws. They can't articulate why the UCI needs to protect Finn from himself.
  • + 2
 @Session603: well he's actually not quite an adult by Canadian law. I believe it's 18 years old or maybe even 19 when you don't need a guardians signature on a waiver...
  • + 8
 @Session603: I think we're all on the same page here. It is not UCI beurocrats that would decide but a race Doctor. The Race organizer should have medical staff on site for medical emergencies of course and it is these professionals that should be given the task of assessment. I have some experience with the adverse affects of wrong decisions. Ron Paskie was a national team boxer for Canada. He had been training in secret and was concussed during this training but never told his coach. He was concussed again in training and he will never be able to care for himself again. This boxer decided for himself that he was OK. My wife and best friend are both suffering from post concussion syndrome and can't work or exercise hard anymore. Twenty years ago we thought dazed athletes could walk it off. We know better now.

And Finn is still an infant at law.
  • + 3
 @cmcrawfo: exactly this. My 2nd concussion was a week after my minor one. Thought I was good, but more like young/dumb. 2nd was severe, out for 30 min, but effects lasted years.
  • + 12
 Jesus yet another UCI the source of evil, people just can't help themselves, prostituting even on something that can be a life changing issue. Concussions are fkng terrible, if your FF helmet cracks then you need to be taken under observation and caution needs to be taken. You were not there, you are not a doctor who was examining him, probably not a doctor at all, so shut the hell up because you'll be the first to post some #irideforfinn bollocks. A DH race is not exclusively about the final run, it's all the things that lead into it and taking a massive digger on thursday is the same as taking it on your race run. You're out, that's racing. It's not cool to withdraw from crossing the finish line after cracking your helmet on thursday, but it's ok if your rim blows on sunday?! Get a fkng grip on reality boys
  • + 6
 @Session603: I am physiotherapist and people here know nothing about this. It can't be the athelete to take the decision. WHY ? Do you think that he has the skills to know if his brain has a problem or not ? I doubt they know how many parts the brain has....And know they know how many type of concussions exists ?

Only a doctor (specialy a neurologist) knows that...

The UCI should have rules about this things...they should demand a certain degree of protection in the helmets, like a UCI-DH helmet certification.
  • + 2
 @Jimmy0: yes the UCI is indeed an entity just the same as the NFL. The BFL hid the damage from concussions for years and allowed/ insisted its athletes to play in an impaired state. They're paying the price for that now. Especially the athletes. CTE leads to severe mental illness and suicide. Just ask Dave Mirra's wife and children what their thoughts are on it. Last year at Rampage when Nicolai took that horrid digger got up in a daze and was clearly concussed there were RB staff members standing there encouraging him to finish his run!! He got back in the bike and back flipped the canyon while concussed. Yes, he's bad ass. But if he had taken another blow to the head as a result of that he very well could have gone the way of Chainsaw. So yes the "sport" dies bear responsibility here. This is no joke.
  • + 3
 @RaZias: I don't think it would be a good idea if UCI suddenly developed a new standard of testing helmets. There are lots of smart people working on it already and a large body like UCI is always corrupt so this would just end up badly. They could easily get incentives for regulating blurry things like neck braces, MIPS. The rule on baggy clothes vs skinsuits is already a joke.
  • + 3
 I'm happy to see there are many riders here that are fimiliar with the seriousness of brain injuries as more and more info is discovered on the topic.
Athletes cannot be responsible for deciding when they can compete after a head injury. Besides not being qualified, they have so much pressure with sponsors and their drive to perform well as a top guy, not a lot can stop these winners, especially not an injury they don't feel at the moment.
The problem is, after his brains been sloshed around after that wreck (the hemet clearly shows) another small impact soon after can be deviststating. Compound blows to the head is where you start to really see perminant damage. Ask Dave Mirra or Junior Seau how it worked out for them...
  • + 2
 @Jimmy0: "if he has concussion symptoms I'm sure he wouldn't race."

The thing about concussions is that they impair your judgement. It's impossible to self diagnose. You need a fully functioning brain to tell you whether you're OK or not, and people with concussions don't have fully functioning brains.

They cannot be trusted to make the right decisions on their own behalf, and if you've ever seen someone with a concussion who can't remember how to tie their shoelaces insisting that they're still ok to ride the black runs you would realise this.
  • + 3
 It is very good that more and more light is shed on concussions. I'm shittin myself thinking about all those occasions when I banged my head into the ground and having weird episodes afterwards. I cringe at the thought of my buddy who blacked out for a moment and then kept on riding for a few hours. The fact how dehydration can make a tiny banger a serious issue. I hope the research on concussions will get as much grants as needed.
  • + 20
 That picture of the amputee is very touching. I love seeing people continue to do what they love even when all the odds are against them
  • + 17
 Tracey Hannah is going top put it to Rachel on this one.
  • + 8
 that'd be cool
  • + 7
 @fullbug: I'd rather see Atherton get this one. Perfect season is pretty damned cool.
  • + 5
 i don't think so - but it would be great otherwise pompon is a candidate for at least a podium
  • + 5
 @onemanarmy: I hear ya but I love me a dark horse spoiler too
  • + 17
 danny hart is gonna smash that time set by spagnolo.
  • + 4
 3 words into your comment and I started reading it in Warner's voice in my head.
  • + 2
 What happened to Spagnolo ? He was looking solid top 15 with blips of 10's then went off the radar ?
  • + 2
 @bigburd: badly recovered from a broken scapho├»d.
  • + 1
 @Clem-mk: Thanks ! Would be great to see him come back, he was climbing the ranks with pretty much every race, seemed like he was gonna be a consistent top 10 or more guy to me.
  • + 11
 i hope charlie harrison isnt too hurt to race. After the past two good results, it would be a mighty nice finishing touch to manage another top 20 or even top 10 finish. Witch would hopefully be just the ticket to land a proper full time WC gig. I think the time has finally come that the U.S actually has a pretty strong contingent of WC riders.
  • + 1
 Sucks that Chuck apparently went down. I'm sure he'll try and uncork a good one later in the weekend either way.
  • + 8
 Dude with the prosthetic leg is bad ass. Made me feel like a turd for not riding in over 3 months.
  • + 8
 Why is Jordi working on a single crown fork at a DH race weekend?
  • + 2
 That's what I was thinking, maybe he is working on a spectators bike to make a bit of cash on the side...
  • + 3
 Definitely. Props to the dude riding without goggles! With all that dust and whatnot.. Sick pictures. The redcar rocket is looking kinda tiny blasting off that sender. Eat more Danny!!
  • + 10
 youre joking right? Riding without goggles or a right leg!
  • + 5
 Awesome pics PB! That is one tough looking course. So stoked for race day!
  • + 3
 Is Danny Hart on Wet Screams? What tire is T Bro running in the first shot?
  • + 2
 Decent tyre related video on Dirt's site.
  • + 1
 yep, Dirt has ya covered - dirtmountainbike.com/racing-events/pick-poison-tyre-choice-val-di-sole.html
they have even more interviews with riders about tire selection on youtube - www.youtube.com/user/DirtMountainbikeTV/videos?sort=dd&shelf_id=26&view=0
  • + 3
 Rat boy, please don't leave xx
  • + 2
 Ive always been a massive fan of sik mik and would be frothin to see him get a podium! :-)
  • + 3
 Troys turn. watch him shine.
  • + 2
 Men :
1st Aaron Gwin
2nd Danny Hart
3rd Greg Minnaar

Women :
1st Rachel Atherton
2nd Tracey Hannah
3rd Manon Carpenter
  • + 2
 Is there a clever reason to stack two rims on top of each other when lacing up a wheel the way Beno and Logan are doing?
  • + 5
 Yes, you can just transfer it over one spoke at a time.
  • + 1
 @swassskier: Ah thanks, they're replacing the rim. I don't think I ever built a new wheel with the same rim as the old one it replaced so I always just use new spokes and nipples as well. This also explains why they don't bother taking the cassette off.
  • + 3
 Brosnan with those 2" storm tires??
  • + 3
 c'mon danny. i got dollars on a bet.
  • + 3
 Gwin for the win unless Danny decides to stay on his bike.
  • + 1
 Has Bryceland always sported the chest protector? I never noticed it last year.....
  • + 3
 He started wearing it a round or two into last year. Right around the time he smashed into the tree. Originally I was confused about how he was able to cover up the sponsors on his jersey with that armour. So I did some closer inspecting to see when he started wearing it, and then realized it has his sponsors written all over it as well. He just likes the moto look I guess.
  • + 1
 That first shot of Danny launching it is freaking epic!! Straight to the pool room with that one!
  • + 1
 Can't wait for those new knee pads from Fox that Connor is sporting, they look rad!
  • + 2
 meow, you listen
  • + 1
 Just stoked for these pics...
  • + 1
 Fingers crossed for Greg "Desert Storm" Minnaar !!!!!
  • + 1
 Great job Mr Delorme cheers
  • + 1
 Such a great job capturing what looks to be an amazing track.
  • + 1
 Will this be broadcasted through redbull tv?
  • + 1
 Yep
  • + 1
 Anyone have an idea what time the men start tomorrow. Uk time?
  • + 1
 Details here
  • + 1
 It's so rough even Connor fearon has switched back to clips.
  • + 1
 ..., and the riders taking a pummeling from the track.
  • + 1
 Gwin or Hart ftw, end.
  • + 1
 Cheers Finn! Good luck!
  • - 1
 Rat is going no where. He just needs to feel the love again. I hear Greg might be www DH though...
  • + 1
 Troy's kit looks dope.
  • + 1
 He looks like a hospital orderly
  • + 0
 Put Danny on y.t next year!
  • + 1
 And Brosnan
  • - 1
 Gutted that hill didn't make it, would love to have seen him win or podium here
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