FINAL RESULTS - ELITE MEN
- Greg Minnaar takes his 18th World Cup win. Despite only coming 6th in his qualification run, Greg squeezes a bit more out of his race run to cross the line 0.96 seconds up from the second placed finisher, Loic Bruni.
- The last man down the hill, Loic Bruni looked like he was on a fast run but he appeared to get bogged down as he came into the finish area, costing him valuable time.
- Connor Fearon was second fastest at split one but his all-or-nothing riding style seemed to have got the better of him and he went over the bars at the wooden drop in the woods. Connor was got back on his bike after taking time out to regain himself and eventually crossed the line in 77th place.
- Aaron Gwin was unable to put it altogether for his race run, coming across the line in 8th place.
- Despite suffering from what apparently was a dislocated finger in practice earlier, Josh Bryceland raced in the finals. Looking pretty cautious all the way down, Josh crossed the line in 10th place.
FINAL RESULTS - ELITE WOMEN
- Rachel Atherton makes it three World Cup wins in a row for the 2015 season.
- Manon Carpenter makes it down into second place, followed by Tracey Hannah in third.
- Last woman down on track, Emmeline Ragot almost went out the front door after one of the massive jumps but she managed to regain control until she clipped a tree in the bottom section. She was first at split one, but 9 seconds back at split 2, finishing in 5th.
- Tahnee Seagrave went off course just after the short wooden drop in the woods, costing her a lot of time. Tahnee crossed the line in 9th place.
- Emilie Siegenthaler, racing in her home race, cruelly gets a flat in her run and finishes back in 23rd after her wheel eventually gives up.
FINAL RESULTS - JUNIOR MEN
- Laurie Greenland wins by nearly 5 seconds, followed by Andrew Crimmins, and Alex Marin Trillo in second and third respectively.