Video Round Up: 4 Years of EWS Racing in Scotland & Ireland

Jul 12, 2020
by Ed Spratt  
Chainsaws flames and helicopters buzzing overhead. That ll be stage 3 in Wicklow Ireland then.

Following on from our round-up of the best tech from the Scottish and Irish rounds of the EWS take a look back at 4 years of EWS racing from Wicklow and the Tweed Valley.

Tweedlove 2014

Results:

Elite Men:

1st: Nicolas Lau: 43:11.04
2nd: Justin Leov: +11.66
3rd: Joe Barnes: +14.68

Elite Women:

1st: Tracy Moseley: 49:01.07
2nd: Anne-Caroline Chausson: +45.91
3rd: Cécile Ravanel: +1:12.53











Wicklow 2015

Results:

Elite Men:

1st: Greg Callaghan: 27:43.82
2nd: Justin Leov: +15.91
3rd: Richie Rude: +18.40

Elite Women:

1st: Tracy Moseley: 32:17.57
2nd: Anne-Caroline Chausson: +28.47
3rd: Cécile Ravanel: +48.45










Tweedlove 2015

Results:

Elite Men:

1st: Justin Leov: 32:23.83
2nd: Florian NicolaiI: +3.35
3rd: Greg Callaghan: +6.61

Elite Women:

1st: Tracy Moseley: 37:17.49
2nd: Anne-Caroline Chausson: +1:05.59
3rd: Cécile Ravanel: +1:17.16









Wicklow 2016

Results:

Elite Men:

1st: Greg Callaghan: 25:51.19
2nd: Sam Hill: +3.36
3rd: Richie Rude: +4.63

Elite Women:

1st: Tracy Moseley: 29:21.96
2nd: Cécile Ravanel: +39.92
3rd: Isabeau Courdurier: +43.30













Wicklow 2017

Results:

Elite Men:

1st: Adrien Dailly: 23:57.48
2nd: Sam Hill: +5.68
3rd: Martin Maes: +18.63

Elite Women:

1st: Cécile Ravanel: 28:34.93
2nd: Katy Winton: +36.55
3rd: Andréane Lanthier Nadeau: +1:29.21













7 Comments

  • 11 1
 Bloody rowdy celts - bringing the glorious British Isles into disrespect with all that screaming and roaring!! please note that there is sarcasm used in this comment (had to be stated!) >
  • 1 2
 Haha!
  • 5 0
 I can not wait for ews to come back 2 scotland! Not going to miss it, holidays already booked!! Can't wait to cheer on the best! Please corona don't ruin it for us!!
  • 2 1
 Just hold the whole thing at Golfie. Some of the best tracks in the UK and loads of them with a chilled out fire road climb for most of it.
  • 3 4
 There are better places than Golfie in Scotland and I'm not sure the trail builders would appreciate their tracks getting blown out for nothing.
  • 1 0
 @fatduke: There might be better places, but Innerlathan is totally set up for mountain bikers. Its a large part of the regions economy. I would be happy to spend a week in Inners riding the downhill and enduro trails in the region. I have often seen 40+ mountain bikers on Strava at Golfie at a weekend, probably a fair few more who don't use Strava and then all the E-bikers on top of that, so the trails should be upto it. Holding a world class even there has the oppertunity to provide funding for further trail development and maintenance. If I was a trail builder I would love to see my hard work shown to the global mountain bike community. It would be like a house builder having there property on Grand Designs.
  • 2 0
 that was pure cask strength stuff

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