The weather Gods shone down upon us today in Mont Sainte Anne. With a fifty-five percent chance of thunderstorms forecast for midday and later, we were all certain that Hell would break loose on the technical track and that there would be excessive carnage. While the rains didn't come, the track refused to play nice on this 25th edition of the Mont Sainte Anne World Cup. Riders took their beatings and fought tooth and nail to best each other over the granite slabs and slippery root networks.
Jolanda Neff and Nino Schurter both fell short of the dominating performance we expected out of them in Lenzerheide, but they weren't going to let anyone forget how strong they are today. Both Schurter and Neff took the win in the pro classes while Rissveds and Titouan Carod took the win in their respective U23 divisions.