Video: Winning Runs from the Leogang DH World Champs

Oct 12, 2020
by Ed Spratt  


bigquotesWords can hardly describe the conditions in which UCI Mountain Bike Downhill World Champions have been determined in 2020. From a raging snowstorm right out of the start gate to knee-deep mud on the lower parts of the track, merely finishing this race has been an achievement worth celebrating. At the end of the day it was Camille Balanche from Switzerland and Reece Wilson from UK who have become the UCI Mountain Bike Downhill World Champions of 2020. Red Bull



154 Comments

  • 259 3
 3 and half minutes of Camille and 63 seconds of Reece. Well done Redbull you did it again.
  • 62 1
 not only that, but also less than 10 seconds footage of wood section, no clue where'd he get 7 seconds Frown
  • 30 1
 Fortunately he was filmed, Coulanges or Suarez were not even on the live, they are just national champions and Coulanges ended 12th... We got reports on Bruni or Gwin instead!
  • 56 20
 In defence of red bull, the winning run is usually likely to come from perhaps the top 10 riders that are last go down. The first riders out of the gate get less coverage to allow more coverage of the 'big names' that go down last. Nobody was expecting the winning run to come so early in the race order.

Whether they should give full run coverage to the whole field is another matter (although with 80 competitors listed for the men's downhill, that's a lot of broadcasting time and perhaps why they have to shorten coverage of the earlier runs).

It's a live feed, so if they do have limitations on broadcasting time (for whatever reason) they'd have to play the odds on where the crucial racing is likely to happen. Even though Reece's run looked good at the time, no-one knew how remarkable his run actually was until it became apparent as the race went on that the following riders couldn't match it.

All credit to Reece for an outstanding performance. But if you had to pick whose run to give air-time to before the race, you wouldn't have picked him over Bruni, Hart, Minaar etc.
  • 59 1
 @DidNotSendIt: On the flip side, instead we have to listen to an hour of Rob and Claudio's speculation & hype and pre-recorded rider comments during the "pre-race show", when there are clearly riders coming down in the background. Raw formats are apparently less interesting, according to Red Bull.
  • 34 4
 @DidNotSendIt: he was impressive all week and anyone with a brain knew the conditions suited to Scottish, Irish and English riders more so than Gwin who had spent all summer training in Cali hahaha
  • 56 0
 @DidNotSendIt: All the more reason to film everything and sort out a good edit after the fact. Medal winning race runs have been missed before and hard drive space can´t be an issue in this day and age.
I get the there is a limited time for satelite uppfeed for the live event but surely the raw footage has to be stored and indexed somewhere?
  • 4 1
 @iduckett: I can only assume that RB consider that the earlier runs will likely be somewhat unremarkable - so from a broadcasting point of view it would be easier for the presenters to spend time on background, analysis predictions etc to ramp up anticipation for the later runs, rather than trying to commentate and maintain a buzz over runs where nothing is really happening (no disrespect intended to the riders).
  • 3 0
 @feeblesmith: Sure. I'm not saying it's right or wrong. It was just my guess as to why they do it that way on live feeds.
  • 6 1
 @feeblesmith: While I agree with you entirely, especially on the tech front, you have to consider that it is a business at the end of the day.

As consumers who are consuming it for free, and as total die-hard fans of the sport taking the time to comment here and stuff, we'd obviously love to see every racers full run, but as a business spending a kjillion dollars for broadcasting and operational costs and only having (for example - I haven't the slightest idea of the actual numbers) 30000 viewers for the first few riders, it's far more profitable for them to have the 2 known personas on the mic with a bunch of ad space in the background and making small talk with far more viewers on the receiving end of the marketing.

It's one of those "it is what it is" kinda things :/
  • 3 0
 @DidNotSendIt: Yea, that is the show formula. Doesn't mean I have to like it! I'm here to watch riders doing the impossible. Also, I rechecked the feed, it was only 30 mins of "pre-race" show, but it sure seemed like an hour. More importantly, that would be time well spent watching riders come down, at an unpredictable race like this.
  • 6 0
 @SimonVD: True. I'm a terrible rider that has to ask how red of a red trail is it before i go down. But since i do my riding in south wales, i reckon i could have done alright with a wildcard entry. We've had hosepipe bans on days worse than that.
  • 1 0
 @feeblesmith: yes. It almost looks like they are not recording at all for the first half of the race.
  • 5 3
 @SimonVD: what he said. Reece won the practice and UK riders know how to handle mud and water. Add these two things up and voila, that should have been a rider for them to cover; but yeah, business.
  • 15 1
 Best World Champs ever. WORST World Champs coverage ever.
  • 14 5
 I don't get why everyone thinks this is Redbull's fault, look at the UCI rules for start slots at DHI WC, until top 30 riders only start 60 seconds apart, then 120 seconds until top 20, 180 seconds until top 10, then 210 seconds. And probably if UCI changed it to 210 gap for everybody, people here would whine in comments about how unfair it is for the track conditions to change so much in the 5 hours (instead of 2) between first and last racer - not to mention that'd make it impossible for women and juniors to run on the same day. Asking for an edited cut where every rider is filmed fully is fine, but people would still whine in the comments here about the livestream, guaranteed. Redbull just can't win with the commenters here.
  • 2 0
 @feeblesmith: Same thoughts. would love to get an official answer to this.
also, I'm sure theres a lot of people (like me), that would be happy to purchase full footage of the great runs that wasn't covered properly. (like hill at Champery, gwin at VDS 2012, troy at champery 2011 etc)
  • 2 0
 Was he that much faster?
  • 4 0
 @DidNotSendIt: but we saw more of runs from riders before him, if I’m remembering correctly they followed someone down to the finish who crashed a load so by then RW was nearly finished
  • 3 2
 @SimonVD: this is such a hindsight 20/20 comment lmao....

Plenty of examples of non slop riders dominating slop riders in the slop.
  • 1 0
 @iduckett: The pre race show is recorded and the riders who are coming down in the background are from the Junior races (both in Downhill and in XC)

It's a limitation of the starting times of the riders defined by the UCI. When Reece started riders were coming 1 min or 1min30s apart from each other. The last riders come down with a bigger interval so they have more screen time.
  • 3 2
 @PoMiT: yes, considering the sunk cost a few hours of of editor for more content seems like a no brainer. Generating a full raw rider for rider edit could be automated.
  • 5 0
 @feeblesmith: Sounds like you‘ve done many live productions in your life...
  • 17 1
 Another year, and yet same old, same old. Instead of fitting all the chit-chat in between the women's and the men's race, and showing actual riders on the track, fighting, they were showing footage from previous years, track walks, POV runs, interviews, mountain views, trees and this weird RB atmosphere-pumping bull.... , as if this sport wasn't hardcore enough. Another year, multiple cameras on the most boring, unimportant part of the track - the motorway, where during race runs the most exciting thing we can see is a jump being scrubbed. Not saying I don't enjoy a decent scrub, but that's not why they're there, and that is usually NOT the decisive part of the whole track. Another race and the camera people have no clue as to what is worth showing - no, it's not a tube valve, or riders' dirty ass... I mean, I get it can sometimes be a problem to tame the zoom in a camera, but first, filming is not my profession, and second, after a few riders I tend to control the zoom quite easily, it's not rocket science... Perhaps tutoring sessions are needed, from Lawlor , Rankin or Caldwell Visuals, or, I don't know, any other mtb YT channel...
80% of the runs was shown without the tree stump section, which was evidently deciding part of the race for many riders, and even though THEY HAD CAMERAS THERE. No, instead they showed all the riders on the motorway. And don't even get me started on the new tree section. Yeah, they did actually show a lot more than I expected (and a lot more than Crankworx feeds usually show, other than start, flat bit and the finish, but that's another story), but not for all the riders. Don't say it's about broadcast time, if they have time for old stuff and just talking, they might as well show the riders racing. And what has been bothering me the most over all those years I've watched DH races: they have cameras in so many places on the track, they record the runs, they even record the qualis (or at least some of it). Why not publish it after the race, even unedited, and with comercials, so that we can see what was omitted during live feed, perhaps even a good friend's run. Why is that a problem???
  • 5 0
 @feeblesmith: the thing that does me is that it must have BEEN filmed, such a shame there's no way to put it together after the fact.
  • 1 0
 Also as someone else pointed out, not Redbull's fault. They surely weren't responsible for the cameras etc, UCI often mess up World Champs filming: look at Cairns where most of the riders were shown on the flat section at the bottom of the track. Super balls.
  • 1 3
 For the amount we pay for this coverage they should be listening to our demands......
  • 4 0
 @onemind123: I think you are missing the point here. They offer you free coverage so that, in return, you'll drink a can of RB after 4-5 laps in the park.
  • 3 0
 @Royal28: come on man, you're talking too much sense and logic here. I mean it's inevitable with the short start differences early on the cameras will not always be able to reset so every segment could be filmed for every rider. My only complaint with the coverage was, why the motor way, the most boring section of track and every rider is filmed there. Why not give us the stump section instead? It seemed just as open for filming purposes and would have given the viewer a much more exciting and crucial section to the overall outcome of the race.
  • 1 0
 @alexhyland: I don't work in TV by any means so take this with a pinch of salt. But I don't think the cameras "record" (as in permanently store) everything they point at for the entire duration, they will all feed into the studio where the director decides which camera to show. The "recording" will be the output i.e the footage which is shown in the live feed. I hope I'm wrong though!
  • 2 0
 @johnnyboy11000: you're completely right.
  • 2 0
 @SimonVD: some of the craziest rain/mud soaked race runs have come from riders used to dusty conditions. Gwin at Monte Saint Anne in 2017 and Sam hill back in 2007.
  • 1 0
 @SimonVD:

I hear what you’re saying Simon and was thinking the same... then I remembered his MSA run.

More wetness less muck maybe on that day. At any rate one of the best dh runs ever.
  • 1 1
 @DoubleCrownAddict: couldn't agree more. Not available in Canada. None of it. not even the replays.
  • 2 0
 @feeblesmith: Thats what the freeride world tour does (ski and snowboard) Results are announced the day after when the full broadcast can be aired and edited. And its awesome.
  • 1 0
 I managed to watch the event using a vpn but even this 3 minute special is geo blocked.
  • 2 0
 @DidNotSendIt: Did you ever watch freecaster?

Big part of the reason Danny's run is so famous is because of how many cameras they had set up.
  • 6 0
 What I don't understand is all the replays we get is all we saw in real time.

I can't imagine that they turn the cameras off during the race so what happens to the rest of the footage?

Yeah it's crap that they only showed a few seconds of the run live but why can't they go back and find the rest of the footage from that run for a here is the winning runs compilation.
  • 2 0
 @RustyMac: see my comment above. there isn't any footage as the only permanent 'recording' is what is shown on the live feed
  • 4 0
 @fivesixseven: Live production is beond the point, what I am saying is it can't be that hard/costly to save all the footage generated by all cameras and do a proper post edit that shows footage beyond what is possible in a live feed. I seems like a waste not to.

What and where are the limitations of not doing it? My guess is interest from the people paying for the production. Possibly because theories of a postproduction version would undercut value of livefeed and broadcast rights in some way but who knows?
  • 2 0
 @feeblesmith: Probably the best idea in this thread. Post edit with the best (and possibly unseen) moments.

I still think all the riders should get their time (obviously not possible live). I would love to see a raw edit of all the riders coming down. Or at least top 60 with full runs.
  • 1 0
 "Video unavailable. The uploader has not made this video available in your country."
  • 1 0
 @streetkvnt-kvlt: Funnily enough the UCI itself has put out some quite decent highlight edits using the RB footage and none of them are blocked. They probably forgot to restrict them...
  • 48 0
 What a poor coverage of Reece's winning run.
Additionally both the app and website keeps detecting any country other than the one one I am in, geofencing me out of watching the events.That was across laptop and two phones. I know effort is going in, but we must be on about 5 years worth of sh*te RedBull tech...
  • 10 2
 Its on BBC iplayer with better footage
  • 3 10
flag C1audio (Oct 12, 2020 at 2:41) (Below Threshold)
 @endorium: link?
  • 12 2
 @C1audio: Don't be lazy. He's told you where to find it!
  • 2 11
flag C1audio (Oct 12, 2020 at 3:29) (Below Threshold)
 @haroman666: but why not ask?
  • 7 1
 @C1audio: let me google that for you lmgtfy.app/?q=bbc+iplayer
  • 2 0
 @endorium: its the same footage on iplayer no? Start hut then after hes 7 up in the woods. At 18:53 www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08tfgrc/uci-mountain-bike-world-championships-2020-mens-elite-downhill
  • 1 0
 @drfunsocks: That's what I found too...
  • 8 0
 Really never fails to frustrate me that it's 2020 and video coverage still sucks
  • 4 8
flag thenotoriousmic (Oct 12, 2020 at 5:35) (Below Threshold)
 No offence but why have I just watched 3 mins of someone I’ve never even heard of coming up short on jump just to get 30 seconds of the winning run at the end?
  • 3 5
 im done with looking forward to watching events on TV or on line. It takes a day just to try and tune in to this FUCKING MESS CALLED RED BULL
  • 11 2
 @thenotoriousmic: I don't get why everyone thinks this is Redbull's fault, look at the UCI rules for start slots at DHI WC, until top 30 riders only start 60 seconds apart, then 120 seconds until top 20, 180 seconds until top 10, then 210 seconds. And probably if UCI changed it to 210 gap for everybody, people here would whine in comments about how unfair it is for the track conditions to change so much in the 5 hours (instead of 2) between first and last racer - not to mention that'd make it impossible for women and juniors to run on the same day. Asking for an edited cut where every rider is filmed fully is fine, but people would still whine in the comments here about the livestream, guaranteed. Redbull just can't win with the commenters here.
  • 1 0
 @C1audio: www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/cycling/53932194 rewatch the full thing here as well.
  • 4 0
 @Royal28: Rational evaluation and discussion takes too many thumb presses and doesn’t produce instant emotional response.

Please refrain from reason and rejoin the poo tossing at the current chosen target.
  • 1 0
 @Royal28: i agree with you that the start times make it a nightmare for the editors to piece together a whole run, anytime someone runs a little late ... then you lose the main part of the next persons run. Technically though, they could achieve more by broadcasting more raw, stripped down feeds ...... top section feed only , middle section feed only , bottom section feed only. I'd like to have that ... then you could monitor your own runs, that is technically possible and not that difficult. But , who knows what nightmares those tv guys were wresting with .... the conditions were horrendous for riders and anyone with a camera they needed to keep dry.
  • 1 0
 @endorium: I watched the womens live on the BBC and have some notes against the iplayer feed:
1) Same footage, as others have said
2) Commentary was boooring, explaining DH for people who think a canal towpath is serious offroad. Instead of commiserations for Marinne when she went down in the stumps, they were criticising that she wouldn't have the speed to clear the jumps section after.
  • 1 0
 @Royal28: I don’t care who’s fault it is. I want my wasted 3 mins back. Wink
  • 42 0
 Crying out for some Cathrovision this was. Get better soon Ben!
  • 31 0
 "Winning runs" or how redbull sees it: The start and last minute of a winning run, leaving out the most interesting parts.
  • 7 1
 I guess it was because of the start order. The gap between the riders was not big enough.
  • 8 2
 @bikefan88: no they followed a crasher to the end so picked up Wilson late
  • 14 0
 @jimmythehat: understandable for the live feed, but do they not have the footage somewhere that they could put together? We know there are cameras at the top.
  • 3 0
 @AyJayDoubleyou: that's what i was thinking as well. They already put up all those cameras, why not film and save every riders footage regardless if they get show on the broadcast.
  • 24 0
 Surely they have some footage of Reece that they didn't show in the live stream that they can release now??
We literally see nothing of his run here Frown
  • 9 0
 We need everyone to get onto them and ask for the footage to be released, it has to exist unless the camera persons were asleep for one run.
  • 5 4
 Nope. What you saw will likely be all that was recorded, not the continuous shots from each camera. If you have any beef it’s with the event organiser for their scheduling or the production company for their live editing, not Red Bull or any other broadcaster whose role is only to distribute the live material, with their own commentary and ads if they want.
  • 3 0
 @Lornholio: Dont know who they are so Redbull can pick up the slack for me, they don’t film half of runs so the top sections will of been filmed
  • 3 0
 No and because of they stupid no film without license rules there were likely no other cameras running. That was likely one of the wildest world champs runs ever and was licensed out of anybody being able to actually ever see it. Red bull sucks st this and the geo region thing is just totally sucks.
  • 2 0
 @cougar797:
The licensing is done by UCI and not red bull. And obviously it’s not allowed that anyone can film whatever they want. Same as in every other sport in this world.
  • 2 0
 It was surely the most boring run of the day compared to chaos of pretty much everyone else!
  • 7 0
 @fivesixseven: Back in the day there were feeds down the length of the track to actually see middle sections. The geo junk wasn’t such a problem. There used to be filmers up there grabbing shots for movies, etc. The UCI is killing the party that should be the DH WC weekend.
  • 4 1
 Yeah I think people are misplacing their anger at Redbull here - they are simply the licensee, and even then only in certain territories. I don't believe they have any control whatsoever over the cameras, and the geo restriction stuff is surely imposed in the terms of their license. It's the UCI people should be frustrated with.
  • 1 0
 @cougar797: nope, there never were feeds down the length of the track ever, and the licensing for world champs has also never been different. World cups is a different story.
  • 2 0
 @Lornholio: yes pretty sure that Redbull weren't responsible for this mess, can't imagine they'd be filming when it's UCI licensing it all over the world.

UCI need to carry the can for this (not that they will). Remember Cairns when all we saw of most riders was the start but and the flat finish?
  • 22 0
 Did they really not film Reece in the woods? That's all I need to see.
  • 5 0
 Last year at Fort William all Redbull crew had tracking chips on their boots, so lets track down who should have been filming in the woods?
  • 2 0
 They must of done I think they are too lazy to pull the footage out for everyone to see
  • 1 0
 @jimmythehat: all the cameramen were in position ... as you could see from the womens race. They just didn't have time to slot all the shots into the live edit. The weather/mud conditions turned everything on its head.
  • 1 0
 @wildcruz: all those years ago when Hill crashed off camera and lost out to Matti, they found that footage, it showed up on the earthed video
  • 1 0
 @jimmythehat: yup ... depends on how many feeds they were recording. From the replays ... looked very much like they only had a single live feed recording/replaying.
  • 20 2
 I'm actually glad conditions were terrible. Under good conditions where times are split by hundredths of seconds, it might be easy to add a caveat to winning by saying the usual favourites were out of race practice etc, or the results might have been different in a normal season when they would be at the top of their game. But this was HARD riding and the winners came out on top fair and square with pure technical skill. Brilliant runs and massive congratulations to Reece and Camile for their wins.
  • 3 0
 Terrible and relatively consistent throughout the broadcast as far as I could tell.
  • 1 0
 @jpcars10s: I'm not sure. I think it got significantly worse to the point where the last 10 riders couldn't use the same lines as those who went down earlier
  • 1 0
 @lacuna: After listening to some post race interviews, I think you're right. The broadcast just didn't do the track justice.
  • 17 0
 Reece Wilson too fast for Redbull Cameras.
  • 17 2
 "Video unavailable
The uploader has not made this video available in your country."
  • 7 4
 Use a VPN?
  • 15 0
 Don't even bother they don't show enough of the run, not worth it. Sorta fitting for 2020 to have one of the greatest race runs ever at worlds and nobody saw the best parts.
  • 1 0
 installa Tor browser
  • 13 0
 also can we take the zoom function away from the camera man in the woods, it's not that great watching someone's right shoe.
  • 2 0
 Yeah .... he did that all the way through the womes race. i assume he was bored and wanted to try and practice his F1 close pan shots...... failed.
  • 13 0
 Horrible video coverage of the whole event minus vitals raw series
  • 9 0
 Could Pinkbike do a survey to see if PB users are willing to pay monthly to not get geo blocked for mountain bike content like the World Champs every year (for those affected), be able to watch full replays of previous year races, and have access to more complete race run footage post race?

I love being able to watch full replays of previous year races when I am training in the winter and this VPN BS to access content sucks.
  • 1 0
 Kinda looks like it's only affecting us Canadians Frown .
  • 4 0
 @vincecd: it blocked loads in the uk too, I tried 3 different TVs, blocked on all of them! Red bull tv app is absolutely embarrassingly bad too.
  • 1 0
 @TSridesbikes: there was a different page on the red bull TV website for the UK (and various other countries) livestream. Not sure if you could access it through the app though.
  • 1 0
 @vincecd: and us in NZ. Extra annoying as I’m Scottish
  • 9 0
 At least you guys got to see the races...and the race-winning run replays. Geo cock blocked in the USA. What a bunch of BS...I'm talking to you NBC sports gold pass.
  • 9 0
 Commentators on the non red Bull feed were straight awful. What a joke.
  • 5 0
 Dude, we had Claudio, which is also what Rob got in return for his soul when he signed for RB.
  • 7 0
 Can’t believe the fastest in practice and winner on the day got that coverage, nonsense!

Amazing from the boy from the valley though ????
  • 6 1
 Reece was unfortunately starting very early and riders had 60 second start gaps - With a new rider starting every 60 seconds there is no possible way to show more than 55 seconds of racing from each during the live. Unless you can bend time that is.

Of course you could record each live camera separately, but it‘s not the easiest (And cheapest) task to have a 5h recording of 15-18 cameras and quickly syncing and re-editing the runs
  • 7 3
 I don't see a reason to defend red bull.
They surely have the storage possibilities for 15 cameras and syncing/editing the top runs should be very doable.

If you out of convenience just assume the winner will be in the top ten and he ends up not being and you're missing the footage then you have to accept that criticism imo.
  • 1 4
 @wolfsberg: you clearly have no idea about live productions, and don’t seem willing to make an effort trying to understand it.

Also, do you have an idea how often a rider outside the top 30 won a World Cup or world champs in the last 10 years? I‘m guessing once (rain race in Lourdes)
  • 3 0
 @fivesixseven: I hear you and understand that the live production process is very intensive, stressful and diffcult due to timings, cost and resource constraints. Thats what makes them fun for you guys, i'm sure Smile . Have you ever considered running separate internet feeds for the runs ? top section only feed / middle section only feed / bottom section only feed / Nigel Page and Rob warner only commentary feed Smile .
  • 2 0
 @fivesixseven: I can fully understand not being able to fit all of everyone's race runs in a live broadcast due to the time limitations and such.
What I can't understand is why the live feeds from all of the cameras are not saved, then hilights can be picked out after the race for videos such as this. Surely more videos over the few days after the race (essentialy adverts) would offset the extra cost of the storage and editing for them.
  • 9 0
 Video is blocked in the US....
  • 1 0
 Try Windscribe VPN. Free and one of the best (aside from the 50Gb data limit). Make sure to select a country that isn’t also geoblocked though... Smile
  • 5 0
 Why don't all riders wear action cams? Surely that solves the issue of missing critical sections like in the woods and also allows more footage for practice/qually/race highlights
  • 7 0
 Would have been covered in mud 3 turns in
  • 1 0
 red bull owns streaming rights so its not allowed for any racer to wear a camera during the race runs I dont think.
  • 1 0
 @TSridesbikes: Maybe on this occasion but not in the majority of practice, qually and races
  • 1 0
 @straightshreddersOC: I would expect Redbull to keep the steaming rights as they should provide the camera's and own the footage. This wouldn't be the sole coverage of the event it would just be nice to be able to refer back to a pov clip showing where someone has lost/gained a bit of time without being covered by the track side camera's. Similar to most motorsport racing
  • 4 0
 I can understand why they choose to only show a limited amount of riders on the live broadcast, but is there really no more footage of Reece available to distribute afterwards? Am I seeing this too simple?
  • 3 1
 Great Race actually! Nice to see some unexpected names in the top 10 showing those elite guys how to handle the mud! Loved to see the emotions of the two just rushing out, must have ment the world to them!! Congratualtions!!
  • 5 0
 Not available in my country Frown
  • 1 0
 I got the cycling pass from NBC this year and was stoked to be able to watch world champs in the US. My wife’s birthday happened to fall on the same day so I was going to watch the replay but they only have the women’s race available. The track and the weather looked terrible! Did they have the men’s race or was it decided from qualis?
  • 1 0
 I think the issue was that they started in World Cup ranking order, not the order of qualifying results? The gaps between runs are shorter at the beginning and the producer can't decide on the fly to stick with a specific rider while skipping the next guy all together. It's all a big machine with loads of turning wheels.
If next year they run race day in order of these results for example, we won't even see Loic's run in 2021 eh. Talk to the organizers, not the broadcaster.
  • 1 1
 By the time any of this becomes watchable i wont be interested anymore. Bet the kooks that like the reality bike show will tho. Time to move on to something that isnt played out and these corpos will be raping in bout 10 years. Cya losers
  • 3 0
 What a complete crock of shit. Not available to watch in my country? Lameeeeee
  • 1 0
 get a VPN, base it in the uk and watch it here .... www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p08tfgrc/uci-mountain-bike-world-championships-2020-mens-elite-downhill. awful commentary but 140mins of coverage of the carnage
  • 4 0
 #SHAME
  • 4 0
 What a fail all around
  • 2 0
 Video not available The uploader has not made this video available in your country.
  • 3 0
 Im in the USA, how do I watch the replay
  • 1 0
 Came here trying to find the same.
  • 2 0
 „video unavailable in your country” - why don’t you go and f yourselves?
  • 2 0
 In a world champs event, if you qualify for the race you should be entitled to have your race run filmed.
  • 2 0
 "Winning Runs from the Leogang DH World Champs"...as long as you're not geo blocked
  • 1 0
 This is why I tell folks at my store to buy Monster instead. Redbull is complete crap for this and it tastes like fermented cat piss and pine needles anyways.
  • 2 0
 DH WC races video coverage needs upgrade!
  • 7 6
 Email redbulltv and demand the footage is released.
www.redbull.com/gb-en/energydrink/general-contact-form
  • 16 5
 "demand" lmao chill out man
  • 5 0
 @thompsy01: no way what’s point if you don’t even see the winner, you might not be bothered but I am
  • 2 0
 @thompsy01: maybe he's asking in french Smile
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 its because NBC holds the rights to the footage in the US, so red bull isn't allowed to show it in the USA.
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 Video unavailable The uploader has not made this video available in your country. UGHHHH
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 Can’t even watch it in America. ????????
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 Geo restricted in Canada too.
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 WHAT A LOAD OF SHIT
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 If anyone from Redbull Corporate is reading this: You can suck my sweaty balls after I fart.
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 And still we cannot watch squat in NZ... wtf redbull?
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 corporate bullshit!
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 FUCK NBC
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