Sam Hill Interview: EWS - Crankworx Whistler 2017

Aug 11, 2017
by Richard Cunningham  



Sam Hill gave enduro racing a go back in 2015 at the Enduro World Series in Rotorua, New Zealand, where the five-time DH World Champion earned a respectable ninth place. It wasn’t like Sam needed a post-retirement hobby. Quite the opposite: after joining the Chain Reaction team, Hill was once-again smashing out World Cup DH podiums with that quiet, hunter-killer expression his competitors have learned to respect. Downhill fans had little to fear that Hill would jump ship to enduro—the flat-pedal poster child was tagged as a steep-track specialist who lacked the top speed to win on pedaling courses. Or, so it seemed.

The following year, Hill contended a number of EWS races in earnest, ruffling the feathers of the world’s trail bike meisters with a surprising, second place in Wicklow, Ireland, then backing up that performance with a win in Valberg, France. Turns out that the Aussie Downhiller could pedal a bike in earnest, and fan’s worries that Sam might switch to single-crown forks were Justified, when he skipped the final DH World Cup race of 2016 and missed the World Championships.
Sam Hill slides through the last corner in seeding.
Fraser Britton photo


What a weekend for this guy. After two second places finishes at earlier rounds Sam Hill finally put it all together to take the win. Just days after announcing that he will contest the entire series in 2017.
Hill charging for his first EWS victory in Valberg, France.

Hill’s commitment to enduro racing could not be ignored this year. Sam threw in for a full season of EWS racing for 2017 and set his sights on the overall title: Fourth place at round one in Rotorua, New Zealand; Third place at round two in Derby, Tasmania; Fifth place at round three in Machico, Madeira; Second place at round four in Wicklow, Ireland; a sixth at round five in Millau, France; and a first place finish at the most recent EWS held in Aspen, Colorado. Posting consistent results during a season fraught with torrential rains and dangerous conditions is a testament to Hill’s otherworldly skills on the bike, and also to his mission. With two races left on the EWS calendar, Hill stands firmly within reach of his goal.


Sam Hill // Enduro

We caught up with the man of few words before the EWS Canadian Open at Whistler Crankworx for a short interview about downhill, enduro racing, and what the future may hold.

When you decided to give the EWS a go, was there a vision that you could win this thing, or did you take a wait and see approach?

Yeah. I think, once I decided I wanted to race the EWS full time, I set my goal to try and win it. I know what I'm capable of doing on a bike, especially if I'm motivated and determined.
Sam Hill proving all the doubters wrong. Winning stages and sitting 2nd overall just 8 seconds behind Richie Rude.

Compared with World Cup DH, which aspects do you like more about enduro racing? What do you miss about DH?

I just like riding and racing new and exciting tracks. With DH, I was just bored of the same schedule and venues every year. Enduro is new to me and exciting, and I'm having a lot more fun doing the EWS series this year.

You are famous for innovative lines and riding techniques. What have you learned, racing the EWS?

I think a lot of the stages in EWS, you never know one hundred percent of what's coming up, so you need to be ready to deal with riding things at race pace and making line choices on the go. That makes things exciting to me.

Sam Hill charging through the rough stuff on stage seven.

bigquotesI just like it natural and technical, when you can be creative and make jumps and gaps off what's already there.


The EWS travels to some great locations. Do you take your family with you?

I'd love to be able to travel with my family, but unfortunately, it's a big challenge and expense with three small kids. Hopefully, they will get a chance to see me race at some stage.

Describe the kind of terrain and track that would be the perfect Sam Hill stage.

I just like it natural and technical, when you can be creative and make jumps and gaps off what's already there. I also enjoy just riding difficult lines off the main line that most people use.

Rotorua EWS 2017
Committing to enduro in 2017, Hill moved to the front quickly, with a solid fourth place at the greasy EWS opener in Rotorua.

Now that you're an established threat on the EWS circuit, are you looking at a second career?

I wouldn't really call it a second career, I've just found a different discipline that I'm enjoying a lot more. It's new and fresh to me, so I'm glad I made the decision to race enduro full time. I guess I was getting burnt out on DH a bit, so hopefully having fun racing the EWS will allow me to have a longer career doing what I love.

Sam Hill sits second in the overall and while we ve heard a few people doubting him this week Sam fully intends to show them a thing or two.

129 Comments

  • + 168
 "I just like riding and racing new and exciting tracks. With DH, I was just bored of the same schedule and venues every year."

Take a hint UCI!! Riders and fans want some variety and change. Nothing bad to say about places like Fort William or Mont St Anne, they have their place, but you need to change up some venues to keep it interesting!
  • + 124
 #bringbackschladming
  • - 148
flag nismo325 (Aug 11, 2017 at 13:56) (Below Threshold)
 Don't get me wrong I love sam hill but I find that to be a bit of an excuse. Yes i can see the track selection getting a bit boring but if sam was still winning WC DH races do you think he would have switched to EWS? I doubt it.
  • + 30
 @nismo325: so you don't trust a man's own opinion about what he felt about his job? You reckon Sam needs to lie to cover up the fact he wasn't winning so much? Really?
  • + 53
 @nismo325: He obviously lost his motivation in DH, hard to win if your heart is not in it.
  • + 170
 @nismo325: Dude, in his last full season racing DH (2014), Sam won twice (MSA & Meribel), finished 2nd @ Ft William, and fourth in the overall. You should probably shut the f*ck up if you have no idea what you're talking about.
  • - 3
 Can you imagin if SX was that way
  • + 4
 @nismo325: But isn't that the issue, he didn't enjoy the same tracks year after year, so it kind of got old and he lost the drive to even be there. The EWS changes venues almost every year, and a looking for new places to race (Check out next years schedule). IT comes down to what he like and wants to do it guess.
  • - 119
flag Narro2 (Aug 11, 2017 at 14:24) (Below Threshold)
 @raybao: Sam probably wanted more than those 2 wins per season, and rather than training harder in order to achieve it he took the (relatively) easier route, moving to the EWS, he certainly has secured more wins there.
  • + 20
 I like how the "What do you miss about DH" par t of that question went completely unanswered. Nothing.

Shots fired UCI.
  • + 9
 @jmartinbiking: also bring back Pohorje and Champery.
  • + 18
 Fort Bill is knackered. Only the amazing crowds keep that wc going..
  • + 11
 @Shatner: I'd second that. The track is nailed and we're bored of watching it. The crowd is entirely what makes it a sick event. I'm pretty sure us Brits would all move with it to a new UK venue. You don't "need" a chairlift for a world cup, plenty have been held without one in the past
  • + 8
 @nismo325: do you think if Sam wasn't bored he may have put more effort into his last couple years of UCI downhill? It's hard to motivate when you're not motivated.
  • + 68
 @Narro2: You are an idiot.
"... rather than training harder in order to achieve it he took the (relatively) easier route..."
Have you been to one of these events? The stages are literally DH tracks without the big jumps and with a technical climb thrown in every now and then. The power numbers that these guys crunch are insane, and to do it for 8 hours a day, often on back-to-back days, is incredible.
You still need to be absolute top of your game in terms of handling skills, you honestly probably need to be fitter than if you were racing DH, and due to often only getting one practice run, you need to be bloody good at memorising very long stages. And as Sam said, you also need to be bloody good at choosing lines and making decisions at race pace, because you will forget some of the stage. I wouldn't call it the easier option in the slightest...
  • + 2
 @GoldenH: Not only changes places, the ones which repeats almost allways new trails.
  • + 5
 @samjobson: correct. In fact younger riders fare way better in Enduro for that reason, but Sam Hill is Sam hill
  • - 56
flag Narro2 (Aug 11, 2017 at 16:37) (Below Threshold)
 @samjobson: all of those paragraphs just to say "sam hill is fast" ? i know he is fast you numbf*ck
  • + 21
 @Narro2: hey, go suck your own a*shole.
  • + 2
 @jmartinbiking: watching Sam smash an EWS @ schladming would be tite
  • + 15
 @Narro2: it was only one paragraph. Perfectly crafted to point out the stupidity of your comment.
  • - 4
flag russthedog (Aug 11, 2017 at 18:06) (Below Threshold)
 I have some association with Sam Hill, coming from WA and spending a lot of time racing there and as much as @nismo325 has been downvoted I think he is closer to it than most of you. Hill love winning above all else and he was no longer competitive, his risk taking had to go up to win (which was no longer an option considering he had a family). When he first retired he said the tracks werent technical enough, which doesnt make sense (VDS, Ft Will, Andorra, MSA). Now he slightly changes the story with being sick of the same old venues which could make sense, although half of them are pretty new for him, and its different to what he said before. I also think not being selected for the australian DH team in 2016 hit him hard, all the more reason to stay out.

I respect Hill and think he is an amazing rider with an amazing career but he is still a person and sometimes he says things that suit his story more than being exactly what he feels. We all do it. Thats why Id love to see a proper interview with him, and see an interviewer drill into some of these things with him, and the same with Ratboy. I know the two of them dont make themselves very available so its probably never going to happen
  • - 3
 @Narro2: @Narro2: "(relatively) easier route"? i think it's way harder then DH, the training for enduro is all most the same
  • - 3
 @icespec: Why do you think its way harder? I'd say they're different but neither harder
  • + 0
 @russthedog: Ratboy explains it all in Sender issue 1.
  • + 3
 #tapeitwiiide
  • - 2
 @endlessblockades: And what does he say?
  • + 1
 @IllestT: Hardline?
  • + 5
 @russthedog: Cheers Russ. Everyone was waiting for your expert opinion backed with your close association with Sam.
  • + 1
 @russthedog: it\s too much to type but I did learn he's seen a sports psychologist since 2009. A very honest very small typeface long interview. A turning point was Ft Bill 2016 chewing parts off his bike being incongruent with his views on rampant consumption as well as thye writings of Watts, Chomsky, and even Chouinard, Good Lad I just took aphoto of a page and sent it to my photos so you can have a taste of the elusive zine......
  • + 4
 No need to change venues, but definitely add a lot more venues, 7 race per season ain't enough UCI!!!! it doesn't give the chance to riders that had a bad start in the season to catch up (#Superbruni)
  • - 3
 @endlessblockades: Thanks for the photos, I wanted to get the mag but.forgot about it. Content looks great if those pics are an indication.

@Ryanfitz81: Cool fake news bro
  • + 0
 Venues like Fort Williams is what makes dh boring...
  • + 0
 @kit-nz: you guys put these riders on a pedestal, they are the best that's for sure, but that shouldnt affect you in creating your own opinion, i have ridden both type of trails, and a DH trail is way harder than an Enduro Trail, by the way i have had ran the Aspen Snowmass EWS track so have an idea how an EWS track is like.
  • + 2
 @nismo325: he still go top 20 this year at Forte Bill,
  • + 3
 @jmartinbiking: Bring back Vigo! : www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7mX8I_0Nzw
(Sams line at 1:20) =)
  • + 4
 Well said, and losing riders like Sam & Ratboy makes it less appealing to watch.
When Phil Atwill can ride a hard tail down a wc downhil track is it a downhilll track?
  • + 0
 @russthedog: he was selected for the Australian DH team, Nukeproof painted up a special bike for it.
he chose to race EWS final round last year instead of DH worlds.
  • + 58
 I rarely comment but Sam Hill in the early days was the reason riding became my passion. Seeing him slice a corner made me feel rad. Still does. I'm so glad that he has re ignited his passion. #flatpedalswinmedals
  • + 1
 Ditto!
  • + 53
 This interview was not long enough... give us more.
  • + 31
 How much more do you think someone could coax from Sam Hill?
  • + 25
 No kidding - was this an actual interview, or did rc bump into Sam in the lineup at Starbucks and this was the result of an awkward 3 minute wait while rc had his triple steamed soy latte with cinnamon Dulce sprinkles (cause they make him happy) made to just the right temperature?
  • + 10
 thats a long interview with Sam.
  • + 43
 Samuel Hill. Father of three,hero of thousands.
  • + 9
 nay, millions! ...i hope!
  • + 35
 His inside line on Vitals Aspen coverage. Kaboom.. Sam is still amazing to watch
  • + 7
 Agreed, stage 6 last drop into that blown up corner was taking down a fair number of people last year, I heard the crowd react to the rider behind me do the collective "Aaahhh uggghhh" as he tucked it under. Seeing Sam cut it this year left my jaw on the floor. That section is very steep!
  • + 0
 yes he's amazing to watch but Adrien Dailies line was much better and smoother I hope Sam wins the series
  • + 18
 It is a disgrace that someone who is regarded as a legend in the sport and has a list of accolades as long as your arm never seems to rate a mention in the media in his home state of Western Australia or Australia for that matter. Regardless, the mountain bike community in your home state think you are bloody awesome and a great ambassador for the sport (or any sport for that matter).
  • + 4
 I agree. I got into MTB in the states and expected him to be a household name when I came back to West 'Straya. I really think the notorious lack of grip and short season of heavy rain here helped make him so amazing in loose conditions.
  • + 0
 to be critical, he doesnt really put himself out there in the australian community either - general or cycling. Look at the hannahs, they are well known in cairns and get good coverage. Yes I know cairns is a lot smaller than most major cities but they put themselves out there. When I think of amazing ambassadors I think of Peaty and the Athertons
  • + 3
 @russthedog: Can't blame him I'd be the same. Trolling these pages is about as extrovert as I get.
  • + 5
 @russthedog: "I have some association with him" yeah right, sounds like u know nothing about him. He races local WAGE events all the time, designed and built several trails at Linda Lomga bike park and only last race supported a local rider who was seriously injured by stickering his helmet with "Iride4Adrian" he's a very private and humble bloke, the Athertons and Peaty are selling their brand. Sam isn't about that, he lives to enjoy riding his bike and he's good enough to make a comfortable living from it. The bloke is a legend .
  • + 2
 @russthedog: I think I remember a complaint about him not showing up for Nationals when he was younger and was on top, or near the top of the heap at the WC. But as @steinbex said, he does seem to do a lot of local events and is an all around good guy. And I agree with him, others seem to be just selling their brand. I also remember Sam raising funds for cancer research with his pink bike and kit when no other racer was doing it.

Just curious, do you have anything against Sam?
  • + 2
 @Bike078: No I don't, he's obviously very easy to respect and admire - an amazing rider and a humble guy. I think to say peaty and the athertons are just asking their brand is pretty cynical look at everything they do - create local events, sponsor young women and other junior riders, hold a lot of clinics, sponsor or help create trails, support injured ride or other worthy causes, and attend any local events they can ( from the looks of it). And also promote the sport through any interaction they have with the general public and media (mostly Rachel and sports awards) Sounds pretty good right?

Maybe just my expectations are too high but I'd like to see the same from one of thy best riders in the world that we are lucky enough to have in our country
  • - 1
 @russthedog: he literally got put on as an ambassador for the maydena bike park just earlier this year.

You've obviously got something against him as this is the second string of comments you've had something negative to say about him on.

I thought someone with such a close association with the man wouldn't be so critical of him!
  • - 2
 @gillroy: I never said a close association, those are your words.

I assume you mean a second thread where I said the exact same thing pretty much? So I'm not sure what that proves, and I don't think I'm being that critical - I cant recall anywhere where I've hammered him - just a little critical. Isn't that ok? Or should I just join the rank and file and bow and scrape?
  • + 1
 @russthedog: Bend the knee and join our cult.
  • + 2
 @russthedog: Fair enough on your answer. When I said others I was thinking more of someone like Gee but I admit that that isn't entirely fair as they have to make a living as well. Compared to them though, Sam comes across as the most genuine for me at least. He's not big on social media things and his instagram is filled with photos of his family rather than products or product events and as a family man myself I can relate to that very well (and I suppose all his fans who are dads/moms now too). He seems to do things with little fanfare, like when out of the blue he announced he was raising money for the Stevie Smith Community Bike Park.

Furthermore, as a non-Aussie I think he has represented your country with honor and dignity and you couldn't ask for a lot more than that.
  • + 1
 @Bike078: I shouldn't scrutinise MTb athletes so much for everything they do off the bike, but I cant help it sometimes - I feel like a football fan!. I know I should just admire what people like hill and ratboy do on the course. Though one of the things I love about dh in particular is how much personality of the riders comes out (so much waiting around to ride haha). I also underestimate how internet comments are interpreted, even after all these years. Id prefer to build a critical discussion but people just want a black and white tit for tat slinging match - there's no middle ground. Example - I say anything that doesn't support hill as god of all things and suddenly I have something against him.
  • + 1
 @russthedog: I say bow before the mighty Sam or else! Haha. Well, MTB athletes are human beings with their own personal quirks. Despite being humble he is cocky in his own way. He isn't the best or most engaging interview subject that's for sure. I think what people like is that he is the epitome of someone who does little talking but goes out and gets the job done often in spectacular fashion (for the opposite see Donald Trump).
  • + 13
 "when he skipped the final EWS race to compete in the 2016 DH World Championships"

Common Pinkbike, do your research.

When Sam announced he was going to race EWS in 2017, he committed to doing the final two rounds of the EWS in 2016. A week later he won the second last round in France, and then went on to place 10th at the final EWS round in Final Ligure. He didn't race at the 2016 DH World Champs as he didn't qualify for the Australian team.
  • + 13
 MTB racing, crushing convention on flat pedals, 3 kid family man. Sam Hill has got it going on.
  • + 9
 I wouldn't really call it a second career, I've just found a different discipline that I'm enjoying a lot more. hopefully having fun racing the EWS will allow me to have a longer career doing what I love. This is Why he Rides.
  • + 7
 ... and give me an excuse to be away from home until my effing kids sleep through the night and stop shitting in their pants...
  • + 11
 @BenPea: @BenPea: I don't think I've ever heard a hint of that kind of attitude from him about his kids in other interviews or videos of him.
  • + 8
 Sam Hill has always done very well in DH races when conditions were horrible, he's the master of winning in the rain/mud/slime and this year he's showing us how good he really is especially when shit gets nasty, because shit has been real nasty in almost all the EWS races! Sam is and always will be a legend in the biking world, just a very quiet and humble legend!
  • + 7
 @RichardCunningham : "he skipped the final EWS race to compete in the 2016 DH World Championships."
As far as I remember, he's not been selected by the Aussies to race in Val di Sole last year. And I missed him a lot.
  • + 5
 I can really relate with getting stuck in a rut. I used to live for skiing park (not that you can tell from my skills) But then one season I just didn't care. I would get up early twice a week to go ski, lap the park, and it was just going through the motions. No adrenaline. No rush. It was also in the middle of the drought, so snow levels were low and my pow skis saw little use. Luckily, the last few years have had good snowfalls, and I get up into that side country. Made skiing fun again.
  • + 16
 Cool story bro, needs more bikes and shit
  • + 3
 @mikeyspaff: I don't know why those question marks came out. I put the laughing fave emoticon. Oh well.
  • + 4
 Once a champion always a champion. Sam changed DH forever in a positive way by smashing times. Injuries may have slowed him down over the years but after changing to Chain Reaction he did find his form and won more WC's which is impressive. I do think it's motivation for him and the same tracks year over year becoming more tame for better race footage/ more pedally don't seem to be Sam. He is loose and creative and IMO the best drift/inside line sniper of all time. Congrats on finding a new inspiration and his line choice on that one corner in Aspen was pure MAGIC. I'm really enjoying watching DH and Enduro - such a talented field that inspires me to get out and ride. Wish I had half his talent on 2 wheels.
  • + 8
 I love the "enduro is easier then downhill" comments.
  • + 1
 It was way easier for me to stack up good results at BMEs than Pro GRTs... maybe it's different at the top but it seems like top 30 WC pros can easily transition to top ten enduro pros. I mean just look at some of Wyn Masters EWS results...
  • + 2
 @TightAF: aside from a fluke win in roturua Wyn Masters has only finished barely inside the top 30 at a handful of EWS events. Higher than his average finishing position at DH undoubtedly but maybe he is more suited to Enduro.

I think the overall standard in DH is higher but at the top it's the same.
  • + 6
 Only a Sam Hill interview can be read in 3 minutes, a man of few words.I would never bet against him, good luck with Enduroism
  • + 7
 Seeing Sam Hill doing so well in EWS puts a smile on my face.
  • + 3
 When enduro bikes came, first I was like " ok, a bike that you can carry on for DH and XC but that is no good for both ". Then I started to look at it and realized that enduro is the true thing. You need your fitness of XC and your balls of DH, plus you need to know how your bike works if it breaks and more of all, you're not wining on a single run that could have gone wrong for some reason, you are judged on many trails that test your skills, endurance, fitness and pace ! Trails on WC are more freeride stuff (exept ste-anne, fort william and Vale Di Sole) and I totally understand Sam Hill on his choice even if the coolest thing to watch is still DH.
  • + 2
 It doesn't take long to become familiar with all the DH world cup tracks , all awesome in their own way , EWS keeps it fresh , different stages etc. I didn't want to enjoy the enduro as much as I do , more variety . Sam Hill is an extraordinary biker either way
  • + 1
 I think to really make DH interesting again, they need to switch up the tracks like most on here are suggesting. Take this to an all new level and incorporate Everest and The Matterhorn into the UVI circuit, starting from the very top. Fans will flood the peaks just waiting to watch them start the descent. Come on fuckin UCI
  • + 1
 They would need to break away from the UCI for that. The logistics of it all are a lot to handle as well as the buy in that the UCI requires. Crankworx is slowly working towards something different from the UCI but it's still the same venue issue. It's a hard thing to actually enact and bring into place. It would be cool though. Other than the drama of the weather there isn't much variety in the racing these days.
  • + 4
 Why the 'man of few words' label? Do u really know him that well?
  • + 2
 How many interviews have you seen with him?
  • + 1
 @jrocksdh: When have you, in any interview, not noticed he was a man of few words?
  • + 1
 @choppertank3e: oh I see, so if a guy doesn't give long winded answers to questions in an interview, then he is therefore 'a man of few words'. Got it.
  • + 3
 @jrocksdh: If a man says few words then yes people say he is a man of few words. If a man f*cks donkeys he is a donkey f*cker. Maybe he talks more when talking in his private life I wouldn't know. Maybe the donkey f*cker doesn't f*ck that many donkeys when he's at home with his family. Again I wouldn't know that either. I wish I could be as succinct as Sam Hill. I'm not calling it a negative. I'm not so sure about the donkey f*cker.
  • + 2
 Six questions haha...Sam is a man of few words! I don't care what anyone says. He's the best.
  • + 0
 UCI sucks!!!!, eliminating USA on next years schedule and riding the same tracks over and over....Also UCI nor pinkbike or vital can seem to post timely standings until the next race and even then they are seemingly secret!
  • + 5
 USA eliminated themselves. By not being a candidate to organize 1 round. UCI might sucks but for that matter USA is the one.
  • + 2
 The trouble with Enduro, it does not get the TV coverage like downhill, so I kind of miss seeing this dude.
  • + 3
 Fast and loose got his mojo back....
  • + 2
 The only thing wrong with this article is that it was not long enough....Sam is the man!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • + 4
 Legend !!!
  • + 1
 winning ews overall be a huge testament to his ride hard style and training to make a switch
  • + 2
 That drift photo still makes my jaw drop in disbelief at his bike skills.
  • + 1
 Can you imagine "un mano a mano" (batlle) between Gwin & Hill...? you name the place...and climatic...
  • + 2
 The guy is my hero. I'm a total fanboy.
  • + 3
 #Samtheking!
  • + 2
 Are clipped pedals proven faster than flat pedals?
  • + 3
 2 words... THE MAN!
  • + 3
 Sam Hill for EWS Champ!!
  • + 1
 The interview was longer, but Sam took a few inside lines and cut the questions
  • + 1
 Short interviews win medals.
  • + 1
 UCI...Sucking the life out of Mountain Biking since 1990.
  • + 2
 Wow short
  • + 8
 He lets his riding do the talking
  • + 2
 @RichardCunningham: did he actually agreed on interview on terms of 6 questions max ?
  • + 1
 @trauty: haha, probably, he's a man of few words
  • + 11
 @trauty: Sam is a pro. He'll do a long interview if he has to, but out of respect, I minimized the number of questions and let the man choose the length of his answers. I admire his clarity. No guessing required.
  • + 2
 Sam Hill really rocks.
  • - 3
 Hi Pinkbike. I really love these interviews but I would love to see this done in a video or with audio clips and pictures. I struggle to have enough time to read through all the material and that would make these interviews much more enjoyable. Cheers
  • + 4
 Fuck you and your videos aint nobody got data for that
  • + 0
 @mollow: what? "Nobody" seems like a big, stupid assumption.

@mollow : there can be video + the script.

@cfriesen : reading through the material or watching/listening to the interview, it's about as fast no? I do like videos for all they show that words don't though
  • + 1
 Miss the old Ironhorse days though man!
  • + 2
 #bringbackironhorse
  • + 1
 Not many if any as good all rounders as hill out there
  • + 1
 fast and precise!
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