There were many things that were supposed to go into tonight's intro, talking about how long the race is, how good the tracks are, how stunning the scenery is... But that has all been overshadowed now. At the top of the timing sheets is the kind of epic dogfight that people talk about in the wee small hours of the morning after more than a few too many drinks, the kind of battle that should have racing nerds breaking out in a cold sweat. Nico Vouilloz and Sam Hill are trading seconds, fighting for the win. Read that again and let it sink in... The greatest downhill racer of all time, versus arguably the greatest bike handler mountain biking, has ever seen. Two riders we never really got the chance to see go head-to-head at a World Cup, but this weekend, here in the high mountains of Valberg they are pushing each other all the way. Just 1.57 seconds separates them as things stand and with four stages tomorrow there is still a long way to go in this duel.

With all this excitement it is easy to miss that Canadian rising star, Jesse Melamed, is showing the world that his second in Whistler last time out is solid pace, as he lies a further six seconds back in third. In the women's race, Cecile Ravanel is out front once more, but Isabeau Courdurier is keeping the pressure on her, winning the first stage and keeping the advantage to just over six seconds this evening - as tight as it has been in a long time. Anita Gehrig rounds out the overnight provisional podium. In the under-21 race Adrien Dailly holds a commanding lead as his main rival, Seb Claquin, faltered today and went down on each of the three stages. But there is a long way to go tomorrow and if the tracks are anywhere near as slippery as they were in practice, anything could still happen...



We were greeted with some lovely light this morning then the clouds rolled in then rolled out again. So it went today. Fall is here in the Maritime Alps.
We were greeted with some lovely light this morning, then the clouds rolled in, then rolled out again. So it went today. Fall is here in the Maritime Alps.

It seems the confidence from her second place in Whistler has given Isabeau Courdurier just the boost she needed and today she took the first stage and ran Cecile close all day. There is just over six seconds between them this evening which is about the closest Cecile has been pushed all season by anyone other than Moseley.
It seems the confidence from her second place in Whistler has given Isabeau Courdurier just the boost she needed and today she took the first stage and ran Cecile close all day. There are just over six seconds between them this evening, which is about the closest Cecile has been pushed all season by anyone other than Moseley.

Sam Hill has a renewed focus and love for riding his bike at the EWS events and it certainly shows here in Varberg. He is currently in 1st but has Nico hot on his heels.
Sam Hill has a renewed focus and love for riding his bike at the EWS events and it certainly shows here in Varberg. He is currently sitting in 1st but has Nico hot on his heels.

Greg Callaghan had a massive stage one running a second clear of a tight field. This evening he sits in fourth just over 12 seconds off the lead.
Greg Callaghan had a massive stage one, running a second clear of a tight field. This evening he sits in fourth, just over 12 seconds off the lead.

Adrien Dailly is on another level right now and as his main rival Claquin struggled today he pushed on to build a 30 second lead this evening in the under-21 race.
Adrien Dailly is on another level right now and as his main rival Claquin struggled today, he pushed on to build a 30-second lead this evening in the under-21 race.

Mckay Vezina is having another great weekend and is currently sitting in 15th.
Mckay Vezina is having another great weekend and is currently sitting in 15th.

Katy Winton has had a tough few races but today she was back closer to where she wants to be and sits in 8th this evening.
Katy Winton has had a tough few races, but today she was back closer to where she wants to be and sits in 8th this evening.

Richie Rude had an awkward stage one so took the chance to stop at the tech zone before the next stage to put on a faster rear tyre and talk things through with his team.
Richie Rude had an awkward stage one, so took the chance to stop at the tech zone before the next stage to put on a faster rear tyre and talk things through with his team.

It was a grind to the top of stage 3 but well worth it for trail back down.
It was a grind to the top of stage 3 but well worth it for the trail back down.

The liaisons go through some truly unique locations here in Valberg.
The liaisons go through some truly unique locations here in Valberg.

The long climg to stage three took its toll on Seb Claquin...
The long climb to stage three took its toll on Seb Claquin...

With four hours between the first two stages there was plenty of time for the mammoth climb and some time to soak in the view at the head of the stage.
With four hours between the first two stages there was plenty of time for the mammoth climb and some time to soak in the view at the head of the stage.

Stage three starts on the ridge at well over 2 000m up. This is about as out there as enduro racing gets.
Stage three starts on the ridge at well over 2,000m up. This is about as "out there" as enduro racing gets.

Anka Martin navigates her way through the ruts and rocks on the high alpine of stage 3.
Anka Martin navigates her way through the ruts and rocks on the high alpine of stage 3.

It s not every day you get one of the rising stars of the World Cup circuit doing the rider registration at the top of the stage but Loris Vergier is here this weekend to help out with a race that is very local to him.
It's not every day that you get one of the rising stars of the World Cup circuit doing the rider registration at the top of the stage, but Loris Vergier is here this weekend to help out with a race that is very local to him.

The Gehrig sisters head through the alpine village near the top of the long stage 3 liaison.
The Gehrig sisters head through the alpine village near the top of the long stage 3 liaison.

After stage two was cancelled today stage three became stage two but it was still classified as stage three if that makes sense Either way it s stunning grey earth ridge at over 2 000m up is a sight to behold.
After stage two was cancelled today, stage three became stage two, but it was still classified as stage three if that makes sense? Either way, it's stunning grey earth ridge at over 2,000m up is a sight to behold.

After the ridge riders traverese the next mountain before they head to the waiting forest below.
After the ridge riders traverse the next mountain before they head to the waiting forest below.

Nico Lau finished fifth today. He had an excellent stage two finishing third.
Nico Lau finished fifth today. He had an excellent stage two finishing third.

Nico Vouilloz out running the heli on his way to winning stage two. Vouilloz sits in second after day one.
Nico Vouilloz out running the heli on his way to winning stage two. Vouilloz sits in second after day one.

Jerome Clementz is holding down the top 10 after finishing second on stage 1 and loosing quite a bit of time in the afternoon on stage 2.
Jerome Clementz is holding down the top 10 after finishing second on stage 1 and losing quite a bit of time in the afternoon on stage 2.

Florian Nicolai had an ok day today - in sixth and 18 seconds off the lead he is not out of touch but he needs a big day tomorrow if he wants to be on the podium tomorrow evening.
Florian Nicolai had an ok day today - in sixth and 18 seconds off of the lead he is not out of touch, but he needs a big day tomorrow if he wants to be on the podium tomorrow evening.

12th for Martin Maes today after a few struggles at the start of the day but a 4th on the final stage means he still has the pace to move up a few spots on Sunday.
12th for Martin Maes today after a few struggles at the start of the day, but a 4th on the final stage means he still has the pace to move up a few spots on Sunday.

Richie Rude looked somewhat off form today it was clear on track on stage three that Oton was pulling away from him which should surprise anyone who has watched the video of Richie overtaking Oton in La Thuile earlier this year.
Richie Rude looked somewhat off form today, it was clear on the track on stage three that Oton was pulling away from him, which should surprise anyone who has watched the video of Richie overtaking Oton in La Thuile earlier this year.

Jerome Clementz finished out his day in tenth position. He took second place on stage one.
Jerome Clementz finished out his day in tenth position. He took second place on stage one.

Killian Callaghan drops into stage three. He couldn t quite run with the frontrunners today but if it rains tonight tomorrow should suit him much better.
Killian Callaghan drops into stage three. He couldn't quite run with the frontrunners today, but if it rains tonight, tomorrow should suit him much better.

Rene Wildhaber had an unfortunate incident on the first stage of the day ripping his shorts apart and having to go full spandex for the remainder of the afternoon.
Rene Wildhaber had an unfortunate incident on the first stage of the day, ripping his shorts apart and having to go full spandex for the remainder of the afternoon.

A puncture on stage 3 would spell disaster for Theo Galay today ending his hopes for another top 10.
A puncture on stage 3 would spell disaster for Theo Galay today, ending his hopes for another top 10.

After an amazing race last round in Whistler Jesse Melamed is one form here in Valberg. third overall and with a stage win to close the day on stage 4 for the young Canadian.
After an amazing race last round in Whistler, Jesse Melamed is on form here in Valberg. Third overall and with a stage win to close the day on stage 4 for the young Canadian.

Marco Osborne has had a tough season since he hurt his hand at Mountain of Hell. Today things started going in his direction once again though and he narrowly missed out on the top ten today sitting in eleventh tonight.
Marco Osborne has had a tough season since he hurt his hand at Mountain of Hell. Today things started going in his direction once again though and he narrowly missed out on the top ten today, sitting in eleventh place tonight.

The final stage today was the gorgeous toboggan run that is grey earth.
The final stage today was the gorgeous toboggan run that is grey earth.

Nico Vouilloz knows these trails quite well having lived and trained in this region his whole career. A win on stage 3 made up for his slow start and he is now sitting 2nd in the overall.
Nico Vouilloz knows these trails quite well having lived and trained in this region his whole career. A win on stage 3 made up for his slow start and he is now sitting 2nd in the overall.

Anita Gehrig took third in the GC today. placing third on all three stages.
Anita Gehrig took third in the GC today. Placing third on all three stages.

Isabeau Courdudier sits in second place after taking stage one and place second on two and three.
Isabeau Courdurier sits in second place after taking stage one and placed second on two and three.

6th for Caro Gehrig.
6th for Caro Gehrig.

Francois Bailly-Maitre heading to fourth place on stage two. BM finished the day in ninth.
Francois Bailly-Maitre heading to fourth place on stage two. BM finished the day in ninth.

Ines Thoma is currently sitting in 4th but still quite a distant 30 seconds from a podium position.
Ines Thoma is currently sitting in 4th but still quite a distant 30 seconds from a podium position.

Scrub a dub Kelley gets stylish on stage four.
Scrub a dub Kelley gets stylish on stage four.

After a slow start Ceclie Ravanel would come back strong on the final stages of the day to end the day on top once again.
After a slow start Cecile Ravanel would come back strong in the final stages to end the day on top once again.

5th for Nico Lau today with is sights set on gaining a few spots in the order during Sunday s four stages.
5th for Nico Lau today with his sights set on gaining a few spots in the order during Sunday's four stages.

Bex Baraona has been showing promise all season and has funded her way to every round this year. Today that all paid off as she sits in fifth tonight ahead of more than a few factory riders.
Bex Baraona has been showing promise all season and has funded her way to every round this year. Today that all paid off as she sits in fifth place tonight ahead of more than a few factory riders.

Greg Callaghan took the win on stage one and finished fourth today.
Greg Callaghan took the win on stage one and finished fourth today.

Jared Graves had a massive crash on stage 1 and struggled to regain his form through the rest of the day.
Jared Graves had a massive crash on stage 1 and struggled to regain his form throughout the rest of the day.

Cecile Ravanel sits at the top of the GC but Isabeau is in striking distance.
Cecile Ravanel sits at the top of the GC, but Isabeau is in striking distance.


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113 Comments

  • + 79
 Sam Hill! Dude can ride! It's nice to see the top riders so close in times. It just shows people must be training hard.
  • + 11
 Imagine what Hill would do on a bike that didn't weigh as much as a small car.
  • + 6
 @jclnv: isn't the mega supposed to be light??? I know for a fact it's lighter than a lot of the top enduro bikes??
  • + 14
 @SourisLewis12: To be honest I don't know. I could be talking shit but I know the older ones were boat anchors.
  • + 2
 @jclnv: I know, that guy rips, and the bike isn't the most efficient. Goes to show how good of a rider he is. Watching Rude ride is something else but I'm curious to see how Hill does next year when he is solely dedicated to EWS
  • - 1
 @tblore: it's a "hooligan" downhill, read that somewhere don't have clue where tho, describes Sams riding in a way
  • + 5
 @jclnv: to be honest don't think the bike matters to him, he could probably ride a Walmart bike knowing him
  • + 3
 ... A very small car.
  • + 1
 @SourisLewis12 True. Just thinking energy output in monster liaisons. All adds up eh.
  • + 4
 Since he is leaving DH, do you see him sticking with Nukeproof? Switching to a brand like Trek could be a very bad news for the competitors.
  • + 3
 @polarproton: Hill is still racing DH next season, but mainly concentrating on Enduro, so Trek would be unlikely.
  • + 14
 @polarproton: He won't leave. CRC is the largest distributor bike parts in the world, and he has his name on a ton of stuff. Plus, when the rest of the world went 27.5/carbon/clipless, he pwned them twice in a row. He don't need no stinkin Trek!
  • + 1
 @Thustlewhumber: DH is slightly different to Enduro.
  • + 8
 As far as I know, the new Mega is a light and nimble bike. It's a great bike according to the reviews.

Since Vitus has gone carbon this year, I think it's likely Nukeproof will next year. Now they know the new Mega is well received, they have probably started making the moulds already.

What better way to sell a boat load of bikes than Sam Hill rolling up to his first full season on one?

It will be a marketing dream when he takes the title on his first attempt.

Watch this space!
  • + 1
 @jaame: No carbon Mega for 2017. Would be nice in carbon, but if I had to choose out of all alloy bikes available, the Mega is right up there.
  • + 1
 @jervis: Me too. Actually I had narrowed it down to a Capra or Mega 290 this year, but then I got a great deal on a nearly new Nomad 3 which was too good to pass up. I'm happy I didn't get the Capra but there is still the desire to try a Mega 290.
  • + 1
 @jaame: Same, they look fun!
  • + 2
 @jclnv: my XL Mega TR weighs about 30lb.
  • + 32
 Amazing pictures! Thank you guys, E-bikes, Helicopters, Beer, EPO, Cortisone, blood transfusions, take whatever you need - I won't judge. The pictures not presented here in the own photo albums of photographers are worth looking at too. I especially like the album of Matt Delorme. If I may get transcendental (cheap bubble wine today) I'd say you guys are like those astro-photographers, you make things look much more exciting as if it was to the naked eye... you know... nebulae look much better when manipulated, rather than seen with the visible light on it's own... do you know what I mean?

OK I'll show myself out... burp...

ah yes, cheers to Alex Roberton racing there... Yeaa Boiii
  • + 6
 The EWS coverage is like a textbook for photography - different focal lengths, different angles at the same spot, coverage of the stages and I can go on! I can't imagine at white time did Mr. Delorme wake up in order to take the second picture in the article.....
  • + 1
 @WAKIdesigns : Either way, they are out to shoot the stars!
  • + 2
 My wife just asked why i wasn't pinning all these on Pintrest.
  • + 33
 sam vs. nico?!?! NO self-respecting dh fan can poop on enduro now.
  • + 24
 I wasn't a big follower of Loris Vergier before today but, seeing him helping/supporting a local EWS race is awesome. Makes me feel guilty for not volunteering for local races when I am not working/racing. I will certainly be cheering for him next season.
  • + 10
 Lolo Vergier is really cool. That young dude is clearly the future of DH, and a very fun lad to hang with Wink
And i expect him in a very very famous team next year ^^...
  • + 1
 @jeremx: Oh boy! I always thought Bruni was destined for a particular very very famous team, that would be great if Vergier went with him as they both seem like cool dudes and good friends.
  • + 1
 @miles-e: IIRC, Bruni got a two-year contract with Spesh, Vergier only one. Rumor has it they will be on different teams next year.
  • + 2
 Vergier for mondraker
  • + 8
 So who is going to Canyon? Vergier or Brosnan?

Or is that Vergier and Shaw going to the Syndicate?
  • + 1
 Vergier, Vouilloz, Barel, Bruni, Flo Nicolai, they are all fairly local...
  • + 12
 So gutted for Jared Graves, he really has a season to forget on the "Big S"!
  • + 19
 That's how it goes isn't it. Pick a great rider, watch them win everything there is to win, get signed by Specialized and suddenly they go backwards. Does Mike Sinyard hide lead weights in his pro team bikes or something?
  • + 8
 where's protour?
  • + 1
 @Fix-the-Spade: haha is true for all specialized marketing bullshit they don't have the winning edge it seems
  • + 7
 It is a bit ironic that Sam Hill of all people is having a better EWS season than Graves, bet they didn't see that one coming!
  • + 3
 @Fix-the-Spade: I meant to up prop you, sorry. The Big S is a marketing powerhouse. Actual bike design is second fiddle over there I think.
  • + 2
 @pancakeflatted: He's out burning a Demo somewhere.
  • + 1
 Specialized make very beautiful bikes.

I think it's something else that f*cks riders off.

Perhaps too much pressure and win bonuses? Taking the fun out of it?

Making them use too many house brand parts, especially tyres?

Graves was on fox and maxxis for years, then moved to RS and spesh.

Bruni has done well, but that's a privateeer team. I wonder if there is something toxic in the culture of spesh factory teams.

Gwin didn't seem like he wanted to hang around, and I don't think it was just about the half a million dollars.
  • - 2
 @miles-e: bet he saw a massive payday coming. Sellouts never win..
  • + 6
 Anyone noticed that Graves is on his practice aluminium stumpy 29er?
I know he had trouble at customs but it all seems odd. Is this the French customs being a problem or did the team cock up?

He's switched between old Enduro 27, various shock set up versions of stumpy 29 frame and also the new Enduro. I can't believe it's that easy to keep jumping between bikes and be at 100% of your best speed.
  • + 1
 @shoprat: I think it's more complicated than that, Spesh make some beautiful bikes, they have enormous funding and a professional set up, they just don't seem to put it all together very well. The only thing I can compare it to is when massive corporate 'factory' teams set up in motor racing, like in F1 how Toyota spent billions of dollars over eight years and never won a thing. They had the money, they hired the engineers, race winning drivers and yet barely squeaked the odd podium.
  • + 1
 @dwmetalfab: Tell that to Aaron Gwin.
  • + 2
 Sellouts? Ha!

Because moving from a medium sized company with bikes designed in the usa and manufactured in Taiwan to a smaller company with bikes designed in Germany and manufactured in Taiwan, is really selling out.

Next time I see Gwin or Graves I'll be sure to ask them which is more important to them, paying the mortgage or the opinion of someone on the internet.
  • + 2
 @Fix-the-Spade: aaron had a poor by his standards season untill S made him a custom setup and modded the bike big time. Well known fact
  • + 4
 @atrokz: Then he went elsewhere for even more money and won straight away.
  • + 3
 @jaame: you're correct in terms of the toxic culture. I think it goes beyond the team and pervades their corporate culture as well. I remember Sam Hill saying he was not having fun on the DH circuit when he was with spesh, and when Gwin wasn't winning on the demo the team tent was a tense place to be, which was reflected in the spesh videos at the time. Way more tense than any team I've ever seen. That video where they tried to interview their head engineer about Gwin's frame size, it looked as if he wanted to punch the interviewer in the face. It doesn't seem like people have good times at team spesh.
  • + 11
 Hill!!!
  • + 3
 Йес
  • + 11
 Sam is THE man..
  • + 10
 Nico Vouilloz >> R.E.S.P.E.C.T
  • + 9
 Sam = Please wear a camera - we need to see your crazy lines!!!
  • + 3
 I guess he is taking the interior of french lines.
  • + 1
 I would be even more curious to hear his comments. Or probably he would be whistling som AC/DC song all the way down...
  • + 4
 After seeing all these wonderful pictures I find it hard to believe some people are still hating on the whole enduro thing. For any real mountain biker, this should be what it's all about.
  • + 7
 Isn't Greg The G.O.A.T. Minnaar the greatest downhill racer of all time?
  • + 19
 True but 10x rainbow jersey winner kind of beats a 3x.
  • + 7
 For World Cup wins yes, but not for World Championship wins.
  • + 4
 Also imagine how many wins and titles Nico would have had if he hadnt reitred from DH at 26! If he raced DH to 34/35 yo, his record be untouchable wins and champs! Gregs a goat becuase hes always in contention and a consumate professional, so was/is Nico..
  • + 1
 @Maverickdh00: Wow never realized he retired so young.
  • + 2
 I've been arguing this point for the past few months since yhey started calling Minnaar Goat. Vouilloz is still the Goat until Minnaar passes him on world class race wins. Nico still in front by one or two.
  • + 3
 Sam Hill is a beast and that first pic is just insane, wheres the trail?

He's been killing it at local events and on local trails so its no surprise he's on the podium. He looked like he had lost his passion on the DH scene this year, so i'm pumped that he's found it again in the EWS. Mega sales will go through the roof and CRC have a bigger Enduro market than DH (Pulse) so all parties will be happy. The Mega is an awesome bike, good spec etc.. But Sam Hill is a legend....
  • + 5
 Never go full spandex bro.
  • + 1
 sam hill called it when he said some of the ews reminded him of old world cup tracks. there how I remember dh growing up, monster energy specialized one of examples
www.pinkbike.com/photo/3464994
  • + 4
 Photos are unbelievably stunning. Award winning stunning. Just wow...
  • + 1
 Every time I see teh ews I end up adding a track to my must ride list......this trail is getting next summer!
  • + 1
 @Travel66: shhh, dont tell anybody!
  • + 4
 Why are they being rude and not telling us Richie's actual position.
  • + 4
 1st – Sam Hill
2nd – Nico Vouilloz
3rd – Jesse Melamed
4th – Greg Callaghan
5th – Nico Lau
6th – Florian Nicolai
7th – Damien Oton
8th – Richie Rude
9th – Francois Bailly-Maitre
10th – Jerome Clementz
  • + 2
 He got sixth, like 20 seconds behind Sam. Full results are on vital.
  • + 1
 Canyon factory team needs a comeback of Fab Barell...I am surprised about the results of the members, especially Joe Barnes...
  • + 1
 I believe Barnes had some sort of mechanical on the mega long stage two, where he lost about 9mins......correct me if i'm wrong!
  • - 3
 Sam Hill on Canyon next year!
  • + 3
 And Sam did it, winning the race!
  • + 1
 Really? Deets!!n
  • + 1
 Looks like he did!
  • + 1
 Where's are contested what we have1% of winner ?
Geat idea P.B, have us guess the 1st place finishing times, and the closes person wins the prize!
  • + 1
 "Where's are contested what we have1% of winner ?"

Huh???
  • + 1
 Fantastic pictures and Sam Hill first, it can't get better than that for me!
  • + 2
 hill in first. it's just good to read that.
  • + 1
 PB is so slow on results. Vital and others have already the result of the race and nothing on PB? To slow
  • + 2
 And Sam Hill teach all this young guns...amazing...what a legend!!!
  • + 1
 Its official: Sam Hill won rnd 7. Flat pedals for medals!
  • + 1
 Vouilloz, Hill !!!!! It don't get any better... where are the haters now ?
  • + 1
 Jared only ever wears T's cos no longsleeve will go over those forearms!
  • + 1
 Hill joining the YT Mob next year...
  • + 2
 Go Jesse!
  • + 1
 Hells yea it's good to see SamHill enjoying himself.
  • + 1
 Still another day of racing. Anything can happen. Don't count anyone out.
  • + 1
 Yep, 30 seconds separates the top 10, 60 seconds separates the top 20.
  • + 1
 Whys Graves not on the Enduro for this race ?
  • + 2
 My understanding is that he can get a slacker bike with a few mods on the Stumpy.
www.mbr.co.uk/news/jared-graves-stumpjumper-29-differ-normal-one-347072
  • + 1
 @panzer103: Cheers. That sums it up.. I love my Stumpy with Fox 36 29er 160mm
  • + 2
 @panzer103: That was from the beginning of August, making the comparison to the old Enduro. The new one is basically as slack as his customized Stumpy (66 vs. 65.9), but would ride slacker with the additional rear travel.

If I were to guess I'd say it was due to wanting a lighter/more efficient bike for the monster transfer before stage 3, or simply that his best result this year came on the Stumpy.
  • + 4
 Thank French customs... His race bike got held up in customs for three days so he started practice on the Stumpjumper. He didn't want to switch back for race when he hadn't gotten to ride the stages on the enduro.
  • + 1
 @davetrump: thats a rough deal, usually the French are pretty laid back in the customs dept but everything seems to be getting tighter lately - something all riders should be aware of maybe.
  • + 1
 I love that pic of Seb! Smile
  • + 1
 Richie Rude: OK, now here we go!
  • + 1
 Sam and Nico!!!
  • + 1
 What's a tech zone?
  • + 1
 It's like Silicon Valley, but then for bikes
  • + 1
 No one wins every race
  • + 1
 Yea SAMMY!!!!!!!!!
  • + 1
 Gooooo Sam!!!!!
  • + 0
 Hill ftw, go dude!
  • - 3
 Richie rude finally got beaten
  • + 5
 Still another day's racing yet
  • + 9
 It's not over till the fatbike rider sings.
  • + 2
 De-van. Did you also say that before Rude dropped in at Top of the World at whistler? Besides, Rude has a championship lead to protect.
  • + 2
 @codypup: no one wins every race
  • + 1
 @jaame: except Rachel Atherton but that's a different discipline
  • + 2
 @jaame: Rachel Atherton is no one
  • + 0
 @mikeyspaff: it won't last forever!
  • + 1
 @jaame: accidentally down voted you.

I hope it doesn't cos it gets boring after a while

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