[Updated with Overall] Final Results from EWS Burke 2022

Aug 15, 2022
by Ed Spratt  

The results are in from an amazing day of racing in Vermont. Check out the results below.

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 37:12.970
2nd. Morgane Charre: 37:45.370
3rd. Bex Baraona: 37:52.370
4th. Raphaela Richter: 38:01.860
5th. Ella Conolly: 38:02.410
Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 32:07.230
2nd. Jack Moir: 32:12.140
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 32:30.620
4th. Matt Walker: 32:44.900
5th. Martin Maes: 32:48.380

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 40:36.880
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 41:06.060
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 41:24.580
4th. Lily Boucher: 43:01.710
5th. Justine Henry: 45:15.390
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 33:10.630
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 33:34.440
3rd. Emmett Hancock: 33:39.220
4th. Jake Keller: 33:46.860
5th. Seth Sherlock: 33:58.210

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 42:52.280
2nd. Melissa Newell: 43:59.310
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 49:09.210
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 50:05.980
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 53:15.800
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 35:02.680
2nd. Karim Amour: 36:25.690
3rd. Mads Weidemann: 36:38.910
4th. Christopher Canfield: 36:45.430
5th. Charles Leduc: 36:55.740

Full Results:

Overall Standings:

Live Updates

What Happened on the Pro Stage?

Elite Women

1st. Ella Conolly: 7:08.920
2nd. Bex Baraona: 7:14.450
3rd. Raphaela Richter: 7:16.710
4th. Harriet Harnden: 7:16.870
5th. Gloria Scarsi: 7:17.300
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 6:04.480
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 6:05.460
3rd. Richie Rude: 6:06.260
4th. Matt Walker: 6:12.610
5th. Ed Masters: 6:13.830

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 7:52.160
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 8:00.770
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 8:04.770
4th. Lily Boucher: 8:33.930
5th. Justine Henry: 8:41.700
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:13.980
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 6:22.650
3rd. Seth Sherlock: 6:22.800
4th. Jake Keller: 6:23.660
5th. Aiden Chapin: 6:26.020

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 8:32.300
2nd. Melissa Newell: 8:45.150
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 10:49.820
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 11:22.970
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 12:39.280
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 6:33.370
2nd. Karim Amour: 6:59.940
3rd. Christopher Canfield: 7:07.600
4th. Mads Weidemann: 7:07.820
5th. Charles Leduc: 7:13.570

Stage 1

Stage 1: 17:08-24:14

Stage 1: 2.74km / 224m descent

Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 6:49.700
2nd. Bex Baraona: 7:07.310
3rd. Chloe Taylor: 7:08.030
4th. Rae Morrison: 7:10.610
5th. Ella Conolly: 7:11.300
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 6:03.100
2nd. Richie Rude: 6:03.230
3rd. Martin Maes: 6:07.000
4th. Jesse Melamed: 6:07.960
5th. Cole Lucas: 6:08.700

U21 Women

1st. Lauren Bingham: 7:29.520
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 7:31.500
3rd. Sophie Riva: 7:31.570
4th. Lily Boucher: 7:38.860
5th. Hanna Holm: 8:14.950
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:14.410
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 6:15.230
3rd. Emmett Hancock: 6:17.000
4th. Jake Keller: 6:18.150
5th. Bailey Christie: 6:20.800

Master Women

1st. Melissa Newell: 7:53.840
2nd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 7:56.120
3rd. Kristine Contentoangell: 8:00.800
4th. Mary McConneloug: 8:22.800
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 8:40.320
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 6:28.900
2nd. Charles Leduc: 6:48.380
3rd. Christopher Canfield: 6:49.050
4th. William Cooper: 6:51.450
5th. Mads Weidemann: 6:52.130

Overall Results After Stage 1 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 14:06.570 (+3)
2nd. Ella Conolly: 14:20.220 (-1)
3rd. Bex Baraona: 14:21.760 (-1)
4th. Raphaela Richter: 14:28.210 (-1)
5th. Morgane Charre: 14:29.520 (+1)
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 12:07.580
2nd. Richie Rude: 12:09.490
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 12:13.420
4th. Matt Walker: 12:25.140
5th. Ed Masters: 12:25.530

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 15:23.730
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 15:32.270
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 15:34.290
4th. Lily Boucher: 16:12.790
5th. Justine Henry: 17:01.200
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 12:28.390
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 12:37.880
3rd. Jake Keller: 12:41.810
4th. Emmett Hancock: 12:44.550
5th. Seth Sherlock: 12:47.570

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 16:28.420
2nd. Melissa Newell: 16:38.990
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 19:12.620
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 19:23.770
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 21:19.600
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 13:02.270
2nd. Karim Amour: 13:52.190
3rd. Christopher Canfield: 13:56.650
4th. Mads Weidemann: 13:59.950
5th. Charles Leduc: 14:01.950

Live Stage Updates

6:38 am PDT Live updates will kick off when the top-ranked Elite Women begin the first stage of the day.

7:20 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Chloe Taylor: 7:08.030
2nd. Porsha Murdock: 7:14.800
3rd. Julie Long: 7:25.520
4th. Emily Slaco: 7:27.400
5th. Kalen Griffin: 7:42.460

8:10 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Women are on the day's first stage with Chloe Taylor's time holding against some tough competition.

8:13 am PDT Harriet Harnden knocks 18 seconds off the previous top time to take an early lead.

8:16 am PDT No one beats Harriet and she takes the first stage of the day.

8:22 am PDT After the first group of Elite Men the top five are:

1st. Carter Krasny: 6:20.290
2nd. Daniel Self: 6:20.300
3rd. Oliwer Kangas: 6:21.290
4th. Nick McLeod: 6:21.600
5th. Trevor McCutcheon: 6:22.170

8:28 am PDT Youn Deniaud takes the lead going over six and a half seconds faster than Carter Krasny.

8:31 am PDT Louis Jeandel takes a further 1.9 seconds off to go fastest so far.

8:35 am PDT Jack Menzies goes just 0.420 seconds into the lead with Charlie Murray in second place.

8:37 am PDT Martin Maes takes the top spot with Cole Lucas just behind.

8:38 am PDT 3.7 seconds up and into the lead for Richie Rude.

8:39 am PDT The time doesn't hold as Jack Moir wins the stage by only 0.13 seconds.

Stage 2

Stage 2: 24:46-27:33

Stage 2: 1.61km / 224m descent

Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 3:19.450
2nd. Jill Kintner: 3:19.580
3rd. Bex Baraona: 3:20.960
4th. Harriet Harnden: 3:21.170
5th. Ella Conolly: 3:23.050
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 2:52.380
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 2:54.420
3rd. Remi Gauvin: 2:54.670
4th. Richie Rude: 2:55.070
5th. Matt Walker: 2:56.480

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 3:36.880
2nd. Lauren Bingham: 3:37.540
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 3:38.450
4th. Lily Boucher: 3:43.800
5th. Hanna Holm: 4:08.180

U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 2:56.170
2nd. Emmett Hancock: 3:00.800
3rd. Ryan Gilchrist: 3:01.270
4th. Seth Sherlock: 3:02.760
5th. Jake Keller: 3:03.170

Master Women

1st. Melissa Newell: 3:46.340
2nd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 3:46.650
3rd. Kristine Contentoangell: 4:01.620
4th. Heidi Kanayan: 4:01.980
5th. Mary McConneloug: 4:12.290
Master Men

1st. Charles Leduc: 3:13.690
2nd. Franck Kirscher: 3:15.070
3rd. Mads Weidemann: 3:16.770
4th. Christopher Canfield: 3:17.450
5th. Michael Broderick: 3:19.290

Overall Results After Stage 2 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 17:27.740
2nd. Bex Baraona: 17:42.720 (+1)
3rd. Ella Conolly: 17:43.270 (-1)
4th. Morgane Charre: 17:48.970 (+1)
5th. Raphaela Richter: 17:52.690 (-1)
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 14:59.960
2nd. Richie Rude: 15:04.560
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 15:07.840
4th. Matt Walker: 15:21.620
5th. Martin Maes: 15:24.060

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 19:00.610
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 19:10.720
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 19:11.830
4th. Lily Boucher: 19:56.590
5th. Hanna Holm: 22:09.250 (+1)
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 15:24.560
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 15:39.150
3rd. Jake Keller: 15:44.980
4th. Emmett Hancock: 15:45.350
5th. Seth Sherlock: 15:50.330

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 20:15.070
2nd. Melissa Newell: 20:25.330
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 23:24.910
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 23:25.390
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 25:21.580
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 16:17.340
2nd. Karim Amour: 17:12.360
3rd. Christopher Canfield: 17:14.100
4th. Charles Leduc: 17:15.640 (+1)
5th. Mads Weidemann: 17:16.720 (-1)

Live Stage Updates

7:58 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Chloe Taylor: 3:24.100
2nd. Porsha Murdock: 3:24.800
3rd. Emily Slaco: 3:31.830
4th. Julie Long: 3:43.200
5th. Kalen Griffin: 3:45.030

8:49 am PDT Jill Kintner flies into the lead so far by four and a half seconds.

8:54 am PDT Previous stage winner Harriet Harnden can't match Jill and goes 1.59 back.

8:55 am PDT Morgane Charre just edges into the lead so far by 0.130.

8:56 am PDT No one matches the speed of Morgane and she takes the stage win.

9:01 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Men are now on the stage, the current top five are:

1st. Theo Galy: 3:01.050
2nd. Nathan Secondi: 3:01.120
3rd. Nikolas Nestoroff: 3:01.520
4th. Iago Garay: 3:02.070
5th. Isaac Allaire: 3:02.150

9:10 am PDT Guillaume Larbeyou takes the top spot so far with Alex Rudeau one second back.

9:11 am PDT Mckay Vezina finds just 0.66 seconds to go fastest.

9:16 am PDT Knocking over three seconds off the top time Remi Gauvin takes an early lead.

9:19 am PDT Jesse Melamed goes fastest but Richie Rude is back in third.

9:22 am PDT Jack Moir crosses the line over two seconds up to take the stage win.

Stage 3

Stage 3: 31:01-33:42

Stage 3: 1.58km / 201.8m descent

Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 2:45.650
2nd. Ella Conolly: 2:47.330
3rd. Jill Kintner: 2:47.460
4th. Bex Baraona: 2:48.250
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 2:49.390
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 2:26.950
2nd. Jesse Melamed: 2:27.540
3rd. Martin Maes: 2:28.070
4th. Cole Lucas: 2:28.080
5th. Richie Rude: 2:28.250

U21 Women

1st. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 2:53.040
2nd. Sophie Riva: 2:57.250
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 3:03.020
4th. Justine Henry: 3:06.170
5th. Lily Boucher: 3:06.600
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 2:29.350
2nd. Seth Sherlock: 2:32.000
3rd. Emmett Hancock: 2:32.910
4th. Jake Keller: 2:33.280
5th. Bailey Christie: 2:34.250

Master Women

1st. Melissa Newell: 3:05.420
2nd. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 3:08.250
3rd. Heidi Kanayan: 3:15.220
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 3:16.610
5th. Mary McConneloug: 3:24.400
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 2:38.790
2nd. William Cooper: 2:44.300
3rd. Karim Amour: 2:44.390
4th. Charles Leduc: 2:45.140
5th. Jason Scheiding: 2:45.580

Overall Results After Stage 3 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 20:13.390
2nd. Ella Conolly: 20:30.600 (+1)
3rd. Bex Baraona: 20:30.970 (-1)
4th. Morgane Charre: 20:38.730
5th. Raphaela Richter: 20:42.510
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 17:26.910
2nd. Richie Rude: 17:32.810
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 17:35.380
4th. Matt Walker: 17:51.920
5th. Martin Maes: 17:52.130

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 21:57.860
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 22:03.760
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 22:14.850
4th. Lily Boucher: 23:03.190
5th. Justine Henry: 23:49.340
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 17:53.910
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 18:14.530
3rd. Jake Keller: 18:18.260
4th. Emmett Hancock: 18:18.260
5th. Seth Sherlock: 18:22.330

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 23:23.320
2nd. Melissa Newell: 23:30.750
3rd. Kristine Contentoangell: 26:42.000 (+1)
4th. Mary McConneloug: 26:49.310 (-1)
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 28:36.800
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 18:56.130
2nd. Karim Amour: 19:56.750
3rd. Christopher Canfield: 19:59.700
4th. Charles Leduc: 20:00.780
5th. Mads Weidemann: 20:03.220

Live Stage Updates

8:45 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Chloe Taylor: 2:51.400
2nd. Porsha Murdock: 2:52.810
3rd. Emily Slaco: 2:58.520
4th. Mazie Hayden: 2:59.900
5th. Julie Long: 3:02.100

9:29 am PDT Jill Kintner takes an early stage lead once again with 3.94 seconds back to Chloe Taylor.

9:32 am PDT Harriet Harnden takes the lead once again, can she take the win?

9:35 am PDT Ella Conolly comes the closest to the stage win but still falls 1.68 seconds back.

9:41 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Men are hitting the stage, the current top five are:

1st. Brady Stone: 2:32.150
2nd. Theo Galy: 2:32.250
3rd. Carter Krasny: 2:32.440
4th. Nikolas Nestoroff: 2:32.460
5th. Colton Peterson: 2:32.560

9:46 am PDT Kevin Miquel takes the lead with just over a second back to Brady Stone.

9:50 am PDT Youn Deniaud is the next new leader but he is quickly knocked off the top by Alex Rudeau.

9:55 am PDT The margins are small so far with Jack Menzies slotting into the lead just 0.23 up.

9:56 am PDT Another small gap as Remi Gauvin goes 0.25 seconds faster.

9:58 am PDT By a not-so-mall margin Cole Lucas goes fastest by almost two seconds. But it is quickly beaten by Martin Maes by a tiny 0.01 seconds.

9:59 am PDT Jesse Melamed slots into the top spot by half a second.

10:00 am PDT Jack Moir manages to improve the time by another half a second for another stage win.

Stage 4 (Queen)

Stage 4: 4:34-14:11

Stage 4: 5.21km / 571.5m descent

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 9:58.030
2nd. Morgane Charre: 10:08.500
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 10:11.170
4th. Jill Kintner: 10:14.670
5th. Raphaela Richter: 10:15.990
Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 8:39.630
2nd. Jack Moir: 8:44.630
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 8:48.510
4th. Matt Walker: 8:49.110
5th. Martin Maes: 8:52.600

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 10:53.430
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 11:01.380
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 11:11.480
4th. Lily Boucher: 11:45.470
5th. Justine Henry: 12:18.210
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 9:03.580
2nd. Emmett Hancock: 9:04.580
3rd. Ryan Gilchrist: 9:06.330
4th. Jake Keller: 9:08.370
5th. John Brown: 9:09.270

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 11:23.830
2nd. Melissa Newell: 11:48.630
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 12:44.720
4th. Kristine Contentoangell: 12:50.530
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 13:30.700
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 9:24.390
2nd. Mads Weidemann: 9:53.780
3rd. Karim Amour: 9:53.850
4th. Michael Broderick: 9:56.400
5th. Charles Leduc: 9:57.170

Overall Results After Stage 4 (Includes Pro Stage)

Elite Women

1st. Harriet Harnden: 30:11.420
2nd. Morgane Charre: 30:47.230 (+2)
3rd. Ella Conolly: 30:48.250 (-1)
4th. Bex Baraona: 30:48.590 (-1)
5th. Raphaela Richter: 30:58.500
Elite Men

1st. Jack Moir: 26:11.540
2nd. Richie Rude: 26:12.440
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 26:23.890
4th. Matt Walker: 26:41.030
5th. Martin Maes: 26:44.730

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 32:51.290
2nd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 33:05.140
3rd. Lauren Bingham: 33:26.330
4th. Lily Boucher: 34:48.660
5th. Justine Henry: 37:07.550
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 26:57.490
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 27:20.860
3rd. Emmett Hancock: 27:22.840 (+1)
4th. Jake Keller: 27:26.630 (-1)
5th. Seth Sherlock: 27:33.860

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 34:47.150
2nd. Melissa Newell: 35:19.380
3rd. Kristine Contentoangell: 39:32.530
4th. Mary McConneloug: 39:34.030
5th. Heidi Kanayan: 42:07.500
Master Men

1st. Franck Kirscher: 28:20.520
2nd. Karim Amour: 29:50.600
3rd. Mads Weidemann: 29:57.000 (+2)
4th. Charles Leduc: 29:57.950
5th. Christopher Canfield: 29:58.720 (-2)

Live Stage Updates

10:36 am PDT After the first group of Elite Women the top five are:

1st. Porsha Murdock: 10:36.950
2nd. Chloe Taylor: 10:38.000
3rd. Julie Long: 10:56.920
4th. Emily Slaco: 11:06.850
5th. Amelia Capuano: 11:34.430

11:20 am PDT Jill Kintner leads a stage once again.

11:30 am PDT Harriet Harnden flies into the top spot 16 seconds up on Jill.

11:34 am PDT Morgane Charre came the closest but no one comes within ten seconds of Harriet and she takes another stage win.

11:35 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Men are hitting the stage, the current top five are:

1st. Carter Krasny: 9:03.700
2nd. Colton Peterson: 9:04.200
3rd. Myles Morgan: 9:07.780
4th. Max Sedlak: 9:08.380
5th. Iago Garay: 9:09.680

11:43 am PDT Kevin Miquel takes the lead by over six seconds with Adrien Dailly taking 2nd just under three seconds back.

11:51 am PDT Louis Jeandel takes the lead but it's very close back to Jack Menzies.

11:54 am PDT Martin Maes knocks over two seconds off to go fastest.

11:56 am PDT Matt Walker shortly holds the lead but Richie Rude quickly tops it.

11:57 am PDT Jack Moir finishes in second so Richie takes the stage win.

Stage 5

Stage 5: 3:54-13:18

Stage 5: 2.7km / 458.7m descent

Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Morgane Charre: 6:58.140
2nd. Harriet Harnden: 7:01.550
3rd. Raphaela Richter: 7:03.360
4th. Bex Baraona: 7:03.780
5th. Jill Kintner: 7:08.890
Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 5:54.790
2nd. Jack Moir: 6:00.600
3rd. Martin Maes: 6:03.650
4th. Matt Walker: 6:03.870
5th. Slawomir Lukasik: 6:06.650

U21 Women

1st. Sophie Riva: 7:45.590
2nd. Lauren Bingham: 7:58.250
3rd. Paz Gallo Fuentes: 8:00.920
4th. Justine Henry: 8:07.840
5th. Lily Boucher: 8:13.050
U21 Men

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:13.140
2nd. Ryan Gilchrist: 6:13.580
3rd. Aiden Chapin: 6:15.880
4th. Emmett Hancock: 6:16.380
5th. William Scheele: 6:18.080

Master Women

1st. Sandra Bohn Thomsen: 8:05.130
2nd. Melissa Newell: 8:39.930
3rd. Mary McConneloug: 9:35.180
4th. Heidi Kanayan: 10:08.300
5th. Kristine Contentoangell: 10:33.450
Master Men

1st. Karim Amour: 6:35.090
2nd. Mads Weidemann: 6:41.910
3rd. Franck Kirscher: 6:42.160
4th. Christopher Canfield: 6:46.710
5th. William Cooper: 6:49.980

Live Stage Updates

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

1st. Chloe Taylor: 7:29.100
2nd. Emily Slaco: 7:38.360
3rd. Porsha Murdock: 7:38.670
4th. Julie Long: 7:51.660
5th. Mazie Hayden: 7:56.550

12:57 am PDT Jill Kintner leads by five seconds.

12:58 am PDT Morgane Charre now takes the lead.

12:59 am PDT Harriet Harnden doesn't manage to beat Morgane's time and crosses the line in second.

13:01 am PDT No one manages to beat Morgane and she wins the final stage. This means that Harriet Harnden still takes the overall by 32 seconds!

13:08 am PDT The top-ranked Elite Men are hitting the final stage, the current top five are:

1st. Nikolas Nestoroff: 6:13.450
2nd. Myles Morgan: 6:14.170
3rd. Brady Stone: 6:15.100
4th. Colton Peterson: 6:16.420
5th. Carter Krasny: 6:16.920

13:10 am PDT Kevin Miquel now leads by just 0.710.

13:16 am PDT Alex Rudeau goes fastest with Guillaume Larbeyou four seconds back in 2nd place.

13:21 am PDT Slawomir Lukasik goes fastest by just 0.2 seconds.

13:22 am PDT Now Martin Maes takes the top spot by three seconds.

13:23 am PDT Richie Rude flies into the top spot by nine seconds!

13:27 am PDT Jack Moir goes 2nd by 5.8 seconds. This means Richie Rude takes the overall at EWS Burke.

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 @edspratt: This is an issue for seemingly all results posted on PB. It's either a situation like this where a PDF gets copy-pasted, or an image file of text is posted (not allowing for basic text searching). Hire someone (how about me?) to build PB a results parser! Then you'll have the data in a standardized format and can make your own frontend to view it. Would love to work on something like that.
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 @mi-bike: The images are actually in a pretty high resolution already. I'm not sure why they come out blurry on the site as they look fine before uploading and if you download one of the images they are clear again. As pointed out it seems they are completely unreadable on mobile but fine on desktop so we will have a look into this and try and find something that works better.
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 @edspratt: thanks!
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 @edspratt: this is an issue for all photos and pictures on the site. On mobile when you open the picture it doesn’t redirect you to higher res version, just the same blurry pic on a separate page, if this can be fixed that would be HUGE.
  • 1 0
 @fedfox: no more Mr. Porco
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 @edspratt: just include this link on the page and then it’s all gravy
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 If Moir didn't vlog, there would be no coverage.
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flag MysticMCyclist (Aug 14, 2022 at 10:50) (Below Threshold)
 Except all the other coverage.
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 @MysticMCyclist: how dare you be positive.
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 Great to see the pivot boys in the top 5. Kerr’s training program must be working for everyone
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 I think theres alot "enjoying ourselves" going on there.
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 What's the trg program about?
  • 11 0
 so stoked to see Ed and Wax get solid results, also moi moi back on top, how good
  • 11 0
 The pivot crew is honestly one of the best teams out there to watch ride bikes and have all around fun
  • 2 0
 Watching the stage results and overall times over the last couple races is mind boggling how Masters and Walker are always on the same second.
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 Its because the new Conti tyres
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 @Matinsky: It is interesting to see results pouring in for Conti gravity riders since these new "-Tal" series tires came out. It has been a genuine head-scratcher that the Continental has utterly dominated the performance road tire segment for the last 15yrs since the debut of Black-Chili rubber, but their trail and gravity tires have been so far off the back, that you simply never see them in North America. Looking forward to trying a new Tal combo: would be really nice to have a third brand I trust making MTB tires worth buying.
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 @powturn: if they finally sorted out the casing issues then these def would be great, that was my only complaint with prior generation of conti’s. Black chili is super legit
  • 6 0
 @powturn: Maxxis and what? Schwalbe? Michelin?
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 @BrambleLee: Good guesses, but on local "cheesgrater" soil (brick-hard clay embedded w/ decomposed granite) Schwalbe knobs won't stay on my tires for more than a month, so even though I trust the grip of Marys and Nics, I can't trust the durability. Michelin let me down a lot when I used to race marathons in Europe, so while I'd gladly test any of their newer tires, they'd have to be free samples before I entrust them with cash $$. Maxxis was correct choice for gravity-oriented tires. Conti 4000/5000 series have been on all road bikes for last 15yrs. Am using a third brand for XC to fast-rolling trail duty: it's all about dust-on-crust hardpack performance in Sierra foothills from April to November. Any guesses as to make / models?
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 @powturn: stickier than your mom on prom night
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 @powturn: Vittoria?
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 @alanbonk: TNT casings on Barzo and Mezcal were miles behind EXO or even Snakeskin standards: had more punctures on Vittoria's XC tires than anything since Bontrager's execrable first-generation TLR XR4. Keep at it guys, you're narrowing down the field ;~>
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I have a little more than a month with lots of riding on the new Conti Kryptotal F (DH casing) and R (Enduro casing) on my Madonna. They are very predictable and offer outstanding grip in dusty and dry and also in wet conditions.

Casings are 100% true, none of the crazy wobble a good percentage of the older contis had from new.

Durability seems to be better than Maxxis Max Terra(!) - even though both tires are softer compounds.

While I find the trusted DHF DHR combo totally acceptable, the new Contis feel absolutely better to me.
They roll surprisingly well, too.

Where they absolutely are without competition is in wet conditions around freezing temperature with a lot of roots. Night and day advantage.

In other conditions a lot of other rubber works decent as well.
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 @znarf: Yeah the conti compounds always have been great. Especially in cold temperatures where e.g. Maxxis is shit. The Baron Projekt was my go-to tire in the winter for years and performed really well in all conditions but hardpack.
The Kaiser is a great tire as well, but only on hardpack trails. Now that they have new treads, they have an awesome tire for most conditions with the Kryptotal. And the durability of Contis has always been very good for the grip they offer.
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 @powturn: May I suggest you try out the new stuff from Specialized.
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 @znarf: thanks for the beta, looks like I’ll have to try some
  • 4 0
 @powturn: gotta be talking WTB. While I personally haven't had a lot of luck with them, they're all over the Sierra.
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 @TheBearDen: Bingo! Prev. gen. Specialized Ground Controls & Fast Trak Grids were already perfect balance-of-skills tires for fast & light hardpack riding. The updated tread designs only elevate the consistency of their cornering grip. With the new Grid Trail casing on top of a tread & compound overhaul for the Butcher, I was even shocked to discover that I was just as happy on a T9/T7 dual Butcher setup that I swapped in for a Minion DHF 3C /DHR Dual combo that wasn't in stock when it came time to put new sneakers on the big bike. *YMMV caveat:* 2 buddies who rip have sworn off both Grid & Grid Trail casings due to punctures. One of them outweighs me by 50lbs, and the other is ex-moto racer who always charges the fastest and most direct line his bike can survive, rubber be damned. If you're on a shorter-travel bike, can ride smart & float the nasty sections of XC - AM trails, the Grid GCs and FTs are amazing strategic weapons that offer far better balance of rolling speed, grip, & treadwear than anything else in the category. If you're already riding Double Downs 24/7 to keep air in your tires, this segment of the Specialized lineup doesn't come in casings burly enough for your needs, so look elsewhere.
  • 33 0
 Best part about this EWS round, Is Wyn Masters is participating in it. We might get a Wyn TV episode out of it.
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 37th on the Pro stage too!
  • 3 1
 What will he enlist as a microphone though?? Post your prediction . I think he’ll use a crank arm…with pedal attached.
  • 2 0
 @BenLow2019: A CO2 or pump.
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 Oxygen mask.
  • 3 0
 @BenLow2019: His bike.
  • 28 0
 Good stuff Ella
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  • 22 1
 Yeah Jack!
  • 8 1
 Just when I was thinking it was a 2 man race
  • 15 1
 He’s back up to speed! Yea moi moi!!
  • 4 0
 @stokedrightnow : Back to back stage wins.
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 moimoi going for total stage domination so far!
  • 2 0
 well not anymore, still cool though
  • 23 4
 Well done Richie..... close racing
  • 18 0
 Myles Morgan with a P24 fires me up!
  • 1 0
 Go Miles!
  • 16 0
 Canfield still rippin!
  • 8 0
 that guy is a Revel
  • 1 0
 @Lagr1980: who’s on the Revel?
  • 6 1
Whooosh nvm
  • 2 0
 Hell yeah Chris!!!
  • 1 0
 @Funkylicious: Yep the mans a boss.
  • 13 0
 Go - Raphaela!!!
  • 12 0
 Mary McConneloug?
Damn, she is 51 and still crushing it! What a badass.
  • 10 0
 Appreciate your comment bringing attention to this, which would otherwise fly under the radar of a casual observer like me. Way to go Mary!
  • 10 0
 Was this the stage Sven previewed and said Richie, Jesse, not so much Jack...prove him wrong? Looks like he did just that!
  • 4 0
 Yes it is.
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  • 10 4
 I am fed up with EWS official live timing site. It works just on one of computer / browser combination I've tried (4 separate computers, two operating systems, several browsers on each). It happened to work on Chrome working at Ubuntu. Each other combination just shows "Awaiting Stage Data..." message.
It is frightening that next year DH and XC coverage will be managed by Discovery as well...
  • 4 0
 It works on my PC,ipad and android phone.
  • 2 0
 @MysticMCyclist: I can't make it work in any of my devices
  • 2 0
 I have criticized the EWS but today it work just fine
  • 9 0
 Well done Ella. Coming from a serious enjury and still ripping it. The pride of the Highlands!
  • 2 0
 Saw her at the bottom, didn’t seem very happy with her result, chain was off the chainring too.
  • 9 0
 Chris Canfield 3rd in Masters!
  • 3 0
 Charging! Hell yeah Chris!
  • 7 0
 Assuming Mathew Fairbrother didn't ride from Whistler to East Burke in 5 days. Anyone know if he is there?
  • 8 0
 He is indeed
  • 11 0
 Saw on insta he rode there from Montreal! Wild.
  • 8 0
 He rode from Whistler to Vancouver, got on a plane, then rode Montreal to Burke. I'm sure he will ride to Sugarloaf, it's not that far.
  • 15 1
 @pisgahgnar: The kid's a good follow on Strava. He put in 253 km in 13.5 hours (avg speed almost 19 km/h) after getting off the plane in Montreal. www.strava.com/activities/7616522510?utm_source=com.whatsapp&utm_medium=referral
  • 7 0
 Great result for Matt Walker. He's having a cracking season (along with the entire Pivot team!)
  • 2 0
 Stoked to see him get good results after being out with injury
  • 8 0
 Give em hell Jesse!
  • 4 0
 Anyone know which bike Luke Meier Smith uses for Enduro? I assume the Tyee over the spindrift but I can barely tell them apart and most of his IG photos appear to be with the Rage.
  • 2 0
 He's on the Tyee. The turqoise colour is Tyee-only and I don't think, he'd put a Lyric on the Spindrift...
  • 1 0
 It's 100% a tyee
  • 7 0
 Go Lukasick! Super consistent yet again!
  • 3 0
 Future looks bright for him!
  • 2 0
 Unfortunately, something happened at S2 and he lost a minute.
  • 4 0
 Resolution on those results screenshots is not impressive, to say it nicely. Who do we blame? Is this on the UCI, EWS, PB, or Dick Pound?
  • 9 0
 Pound, Dick
  • 2 0
 It will be the UCI. Everything is there fault apparently
  • 17 0
 @cypher74: where fault?
  • 5 0
 WOW Harriet Harnden doing a Cecile Ravanel on the woman's field! Impressive impressive
  • 5 0
 Does Raewyn Morrison ever not get 10th?
  • 6 8
 She'd go even better with a fork that didnt sit in the last 30% of travel the whole way down.
  • 6 1
 @HeatedRotor: I’ve just had a look at her photos and videos and it seems fine. But your the pinkbike comments expert so I guess we have to take your opinion as gospel over pro riders and teams set up abilities haha
  • 5 3
 @Lololmalol: i made a little joke based on all the insta videos from DVO NZ. you can see her having to pull the front back up in many sections that other riders are not.

my opinion is just that, if you take it as gospel thats on you lol. its pinkbike comments, dont take it so seriously haha
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 @HeatedRotor: post a link. I can’t see it
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 @Lololmalol: just like the insta page and it pops up in the reels or stories or whatever they call it.
  • 1 0
 @HeatedRotor: I can see that page but I can’t see and example's of what you’re talking about. All the forks seem dialled
  • 3 1
 @Lololmalol: Theres clips of rae from the last several rounds over the season so far where the fork is getting down and kinda stays down, then you watch other riders and those same sections(all dvo riders) stay high.

Maybe just wait, jesse posts the DVO riders heaps.

This isnt a serious thing and may suit her, but its a joke us locals use in NZ about DVO haha.
  • 1 0
 @HeatedRotor: I’m just genuinely curious as a suspension geek. But I can’t see any examples of it so if you have a link to one that would be interesting to look at
  • 1 0
 Steady Eddie in 5th forever too lol..
  • 4 0
 I was hoping Jack would hang on for the win, his resurgence has been good to watch.
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flag Bushmaster123 (Aug 15, 2022 at 5:17) (Below Threshold)
 Maybe he'll let you sniiff his shorts too!
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 @powturn: they have definitely piqued my interest. I don't think Conti could have dreamed if a better intro for the tires. It's a pretty huge validation for Bernard to go from top 20 contender to top 5 regular in one off season. Excited to try them out.
  • 4 0
 Whats up with Sam Hill at the minute?
  • 2 0
 I think he was seen with a flat at the end of the stage
  • 1 0
 @loamlypines: shame I was thinking he would do well on those trails, for tomorrow.
  • 8 0
 i was going to ask the same, i really want him to pull a aaron gwin and be back up with the fast guys. I even purchased 3 Nukeproofs this year to help support Nukeproof team.
  • 1 0
 I was just about to ask what in Sam Hill is going on?
I tend to root for the guy, and I don't know why.
  • 4 0
 Another weekend, another chance to complain about the EWS
  • 5 1
 Flo is the top ten? LETS GOOOOO
  • 2 2
 I dont't know: this all EWS thing looks pretty screwed up, I wanted to check the timings and and official EWS results page directs me to a PDF download that actually only list the stage 1 PRO times?

  • 3 0
 Congrats to Harriet, girl's on fire at the moment. 3 Brits in the top 5 is an impressive result.
  • 2 0
 super tight times, top 5 men all on 32min and the masters men 4 of the top five on 36(?) minutes. Top five women within a minute of each other! Such great riders
  • 2 0
 Conor Fields is retiring, if he makes the move to enduro would he be successful with his...
  • 1 0
 It sure would be fun to see him give enduro a try!
  • 3 0
 Less than two seconds between top three elite man ....
  • 2 0
 Go Moi Moi! Hopefully some more 1st positions to come this round and season.
  • 1 0
 You remember back in math when you got the correct answer with the wrong formula, that is pretty much my situation as of now. GO ELLA and Bex!!!
  • 3 0
 Remi Gauvin with a nice showing in Stage 2. Jank Files!!!!
  • 4 0
 Swavomir Wukashick!!
  • 2 0
 you got that right!
  • 2 0
 40th place in your first EWS with a full time day job, no support, no team, no coaching, great result Max!
  • 3 0
 Major props to all the local boys and girls racing elite! More than a few top 50s.
  • 2 0
 It makes really sad, but i have to accept that the glorious days of Sam Hill are definitley gone... thank you Legend
  • 5 3
 35th for Max Beaupre on his first Pro Stage at his first EWS, killer!!
  • 1 0
 SUP-BRO's are pulling for ya Max!
  • 3 0
 Moi moi baby !
  • 3 3
 i thought Matt Walker shattered his knee cap just a week or two ago? I guess there is more the British Matt Walker in mountain biking. Not being a jerk, just confused
  • 8 0
 theres DH matt walker then enduro matt walker. two different people, i believe DH MW rides for saracen? the enduro MW is on a pivot.
  • 9 1
 @HeatedRotor: Matt Walker is the Tyler Durden of mountain biking.
  • 4 0
 One British and one Kiwi
  • 1 0
 They should list him as E-Matt Walker?
  • 31 0
 Actually, one is Matt Limper and the other is Matt Walker.
  • 4 0
 @HeatedRotor: they both ride downhill, british Matt Walker gets down a bit faster though
  • 1 0
 @likeittacky: hahahahaha!!! Yes!!
  • 2 1
 Jesse was only 0.27% slower than Jack's time. That's like an F1 margin of victory. So close!
  • 3 2
 Top 3 men's this year is a great battle. Richie gonna get after it tomorrow.
  • 3 0
 Definitely! Just a shame it took Jack a few rounds to get back up to speed meaning the series standings aren't quite as tight as the racing is now. A good few rounds to go at least...
  • 2 0
 What happened to Mr. Bomba?
  • 1 0
 He crashed on the pro stage
  • 2 0
 Conolly WTF?! Epic stuff Lass
  • 2 0
 Shark jack is back to attack!
  • 1 0
 Hey Stupid question

Why are the EWS100 times faster than Pro?
Can someone fill me in?
  • 2 0
 EWS don't race the "Pro Stage" on Saturday.
  • 1 0
 Slawek Lukasik what happend od stage 2? He was 117, mechanical, flat or crash? Enybody knows?
  • 1 0
 Karim. Amour. Still up there after all those years. One of the EU pioneers, still killing it. Makes me happy.
  • 2 0
 Ryan Leech? Master +35 10th? This Ryen Leech?
  • 2 0
 no ALN??
  • 2 1
 Positive covid test
  • 8 0
 @AndrewHornor: longhorns strikes again
  • 16 70
flag mlr428 (Aug 13, 2022 at 17:15) (Below Threshold)
 @AndrewHornor: lolz. How pathetic that they’re still testing for covid.
  • 49 6
 @mlr428: lol how juvenile of you to think that someone feeling like shit from a respiratory illness shouldn’t sit out an athletic event. There are no regular covid tests required for participation anymore. She felt shitty so took a test and it was positive. She decided to rest and isolate, probably also to make sure she doesn’t get her teammate sick, who happens to be the current series leader.
  • 6 3
 @pisgahgnar: Yes, all of that.
I had a fairly mild case last winter, and I couldn't do anything active for a week. Took a couple weeks more to get back my full lung capacity.
  • 32 4
 @mlr428: How pathetic, thinking racers shouldn't care about a contagious respiratory illness that affects their own performance as well as their teammates. I had it, absolutely wrecked my ability to exercise. Go take your politically charged stance on an illness somewhere else.
  • 1 0
 @spottba: no politics about this. Get your head out of the sand. Covid was all about control. Pushing a bunch of shots that don’t even work. Vaccines work.
  • 1 0
 @mlr428: no one even mentioned vaccines. We are talking about having the actual illness. She got sick, tested positive, and pulled out to avoid getting other people sick. Not politically charged my ass.
  • 1 0
 Awesome Franck, kill it tomorrow!
  • 1 0
 British ladies must be loving the conditions
  • 1 0
 it’s actually dried up a lot!
  • 2 0
  • 2 0
 Come on Jack...... PEDAL
  • 5 3
 Send it Rudeboy!
  • 2 0
 Come on party boy!!
  • 1 0
 Please can you show full results. Just the top 5 is no use!
  • 1 0
 Slawomir Lukasik ….what’s happened out there ? U ok?
  • 1 0
 apparently "only" snapped chain
  • 1 0
 Ryan Leech with a solid result!
  • 1 0
 Shark attack on attack!
  • 1 0
 I Trust Charles Leduc
  • 1 1
 quelqu un a un fusil a flechettes ? J'essaye de vacciner Joe
  • 1 0
 Speed and Power.
  • 1 0
 Let's go Innes!!!
  • 1 0
 Sophie Riva
  • 1 0
 Yes Jill Kintner!!
  • 2 5
 Oops…. Guess my fantasy team stays the same as Whistler, didn’t realize this was happening haha.
  • 2 1
 I did the same! Just winging it!
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