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in: XC Riding
Your top 3 men: 1st Mathieu van der Poel 2nd Tom Pidcock 3rd Jordan Sarrou
Big smiles for the reigning World Champ Jordan Sarrou with a great starting spot for Sunday.
Close but no cigar. Tom Pidcock just lost out on the final sprint to the line.
Anton Cooper ended up 7th and will have a front-row start on Sunday.
After removing the last of Albstadt from his face last night (check his Instagram...) Max Marotte powered his way to 6th.
Nino Schurter takes his turn at the front, he couldn't maintain it though and would fade back to 12th.
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Victor Koretzky finding time to throw some style on the opening lap.
Anton Cooper was fastest out the blocks and led the first lap.
Mathieu van der Poel ready to go. The Dutch rider would prove unbeatable once again.
Your top 3 women: 1st Haley Batten 2nd Loana Lecomte 3rd Jenny Rissveds
Jenny Rissveds had a late charge to climb up to third and is poised to battle at the front on Sunday.
What a few weeks for Haley Batten. First elite podium last week and now her first XCC win.
Haley Batten won't forget today in a hurry!
Linda Indergand seems to have the but between her teeth at the moment, it's good timing too with her in the frame for the Olympics.
Annie Last is somewhat of a short track specialist, you can always rely on her to be towards the sharp end of things.
Loana Lecomte leads the charge early in the race.
Linda Indergand came close to winning last week's short track race in Albstadt and would feature heavily once again this week.
Haley Batten had the measure of the field today and rode smart, crossing the line 16 seconds ahead of Lecomte.
Inside the top 10 for Kate Courtney today.
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