[UPDATED] Elite XC Results & Overall Standings from the Lenzerheide XC World Cup 2023

Jun 11, 2023 at 3:53
by Ed Spratt  
Lenzerheide produces amazing racing once again and records are broken in the Elite Men's race.

During the Elite Women's racing Loana Lecomte showed her strength from the off never leaving the leading group of riders. Loana was met with plenty of challenges through the race as she battled with Anne Terpstra, Pauline Ferrand Prevot, Alessandra Keller and more through the six laps. The deciding moment in the French rider's race came with a final lap attack up the first climb building a massive lead against World Champion Pauline Ferrand Prevot. From here on Loana would hold a lead of around 18 seconds all the way to the line. Pauline Ferrand Prevot would feel the effects of trying to keep with Loana Lecomte as she would fall back to fourth place being passed by Anne Terpstra and Alessandra Keller in the final lap.

Nino Schurter was the clear rider to beat as he finally broke the World Cup win record of Julien Absalon taking his 34th win at his home race in Lenzerheide. Nino was looking sharp from the start as he spent the initial laps figuring out the competition and testing their strength. The fourth lap saw a small mistake from the riders following Nino allowing him and Mathias Flückiger to build a strong lead. From this point, the World Champ never looked back extending his lead to around thirty seconds heading into the final lap. With a large lead into the last lap, Nino could take things steady as he soaked in the wild Swiss crowd on his way to a huge moment for cycling as he further shows he is truly unmatched in XC racing.

Following his record-breaking win Nino Schurter said: "There is definitely no better place than here. Yeah, that took me a long time for this 34th win, but it's insane. Back home I was really looking forward to this race, to race one last time in Lenzerheide it was already quite emotional. To know that this is probably going to be my last race here and I wanted really to give it my all and hopefully get this win here."

It's worth adding here that there is no sign Nino is retiring anytime soon, but the World Cup is not returning to Lenzerheide for at least the next two years.

Check out the results and how the racing unfolded below.


Elite Women

1st. Loana Lecomte: 1:24:41
2nd. Anne Terpstra: 1:24:59
3rd. Alessandra Keller: 1:25:13
4th. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: 1:25:20
5th. Puck Pieterse: 1:25:35

Elite Men

1st. Nino Schurter: 1:24:04
2nd. Alan Hatherly: 1:24:19
3rd. Jordan Sarrou: 1:24:20
4th. Thomas Griot: 1:24:20
5th. David Valero Serrano: 1:24:44

The Elite Women's Race as it Happened

4:00 am PDT: The Elite Women are Off
The Elites are off the line with Puck Pieterse leading into a shortened start loop.

4:02 am PDT: Sina Frei Moves to the Front
As the riders head up the first climb it's Sina Frei who takes control of the pace at the front with Puck Pieterse and Martina Berta close behind.

4:07 am PDT: Sina Frei Leads as the Only Swiss Rider Inside the Top 10
Despite the strongest field of riders Sina Frei is the only Swiss inside the top ten on the start loop so far. Sina leads with Jenny Rissveds 2nd, Loana Lecomte 3rd, Martina Verta 4th and Puck Pieterse 5th.

4:09 am PDT: Jenny Rissveds Almost Loses Control Over the Rock Roll
Jenny Rissveds almost crashes as she has to plant a foot over the awkward rock roll feature.

Screenshot; Warner Brothers Discovery. Broadcast

4:14 am PDT: Loana Lecomte Leads After the Start Loop
After the start loop Loana Lecomte leads a group of seven riders featuring Jenny Rissveds, Sina Frei, Puck Pieterse, Martina Berta, Evie Richards and Pauline Ferrand Prevot. Kate Courtney leads the chasing group in 8th.

4:15 am PDT: Pauline Ferrand Prevot Closes the Gap to Lecomte
Loana Lecomte is keeping the pace high at the front and as a gap begins to form Pauline Ferrand Prevot stands up on the pedals to catch the breakaway.

4:28 am PDT: The Top Riders After Lap Two
After the first full lap and the start loop the leading riders are:

1st. Loana Lecomte: 27:17
2nd. Alessandra Keller: +0
3rd. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: +0
4th. Jenny Rissveds: +1
5th. Puck Pieterse: +1
6th. Anne Terpstra: +2
7th. Evie Richards: +4
8th. Martina Berta: +4
9th. Anne Tauber: +5

4:30 am PDT: Alessandra Keller Takes the Lead After the First Climb of Lap Three
Alessandra Keller has picked up the pace as she leads into the first section of singletrack with Puck Pieterse and Loana Lecomte on her back wheel.

4:34 am PDT: The Speed is Picking Up at the Front
Alessandra Keller is heating things up at the front as she picks up the pace to try and separate the front group of riders. Currently, only Loana Lecomte, Pauline Ferrand Prevot, Puck Pieterse and Anne Terpstra are sticking with her.

4:43 am PDT: The Top Riders After Lap Three
After the second full lap and the start loop the leading riders are:

1st. Alessandra Keller: 41:42
2nd. Loana Lecomte: +0
3rd. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: +1
4th. Anne Terpstra: +1
5th. Puck Pieterse: +1

4:50 am PDT: Anne Terpstra Takes the Lead
Anne Terpstra is now leading with Loana Lecomte and Pauline Ferrand Prevot as a group at the front of the race. Alessandra Keller sits three seconds back in 4th with Puck Pieterse nine seconds back.

4:56 am PDT: The Top Riders After Lap Four
After the third full lap and the start loop the leading riders are:

1st. Loana Lecomte: 56:10
2nd. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: +0
3rd. Alessandra Keller: +0
4th. Anne Terpstra: +1
5th. Puck Pieterse: +7

4:58 am PDT: Puck Pieterse is Closing in on the Leaders
Puck Pieterse looks to be closing the gap to the leading four riders as just in the last part of the previous lap she found over two seconds. The gap sits at seven seconds.

5:06 am PDT: Pauline Ferrand Prevot & Loana Lecomte Break Off from the Leading Group
Pauline Ferrand Prevot and Loana Lecomte have upped the pace as we near the final lap building a nine-second gap to third-placed Anne Terpstra.

5:09 am PDT: Pauline Ferrand Prevot Tries to Slow the Pace
Pauline Ferrand Prevot almost comes to a complete stop as she seems to try to slow the pace. Loana Lecomte quickly takes back the lead as she ups the speed once again.

5:11 am PDT: The Top Riders into the Final Lap
Going into the final lap the leading riders are:

1st. Loana Lecomte: 1:10:27
2nd. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: +0
3rd. Anne Terpstra: +5
4th. Alessandra Keller: +10
5th. Puck Pieterse: +28

5:14 am PDT: Loana Lecomte Attacks Up the Tarmac Climb
Loana Lecomte has used her strength on the climbs to build an 18-second gap on the first climb of the last lap. The big climb is very early in the lap but Pauline Ferrand Prevot and Anne Terpstra are struggling to keep up.

5:24 am PDT: Loana Lecomte Keeps her Lead
Loana Lecomte has kept her 18-second lead as Anne Terpstra tries to catch from 2nd place. Pauline Ferrand Prevot is struggling and could lose 3rd place to Alessandra Keller.

5:25 am PDT: Back-to-Back Wins in Lenzerheide for Loana Lecomte
After an incredible performance Loana Lecomte backs up her win here last year.

The Elite Men's Race as it Happened:

6:32 am PDT: The Elite Men's Race is Underway
The final race of the weekend is off as Jordan Sarrou and Luca Schwarzbauer fly off the line.

6:34 am PDT: Nino Schurter Goes Straight to the Front
Nino Schurter means business today as he makes his way from a little way back at the start after the XCC race all the way to 2nd place behind Luca Schwarzbauer.

6:36 am PDT: It's Raining in Lenzerheide
The predicted rain is starting to fall on course. As the course is so dry this may not change much but it could make the large number of roots on the course spicier for the riders.

6:40 am PDT: Luca Schwarzbauer Puts the Power Down on the Start Loop
There is still plenty of racing left but Luca Schwarzbauer is going hard on the start lap as he continues to lead the race. Nino Schurter had tried to make a move to the front but he almost lost the front wheel over the now slippery rock roll.

6:42 am PDT: Luca Schwarzbauer leads the Start Loop
Going into the first full lap it is Luca Schwarzbauer who continues to lead with a big group of riders closely behind.

6:43 am PDT: Nino Schurter Pushes Hard Up the First Climb
As riders get their first taste of the big initial climb on the first lap it is Nino Schurter who leads and pushes a big gear to try and split up the riders at the front.

6:51 am PDT: Nino Schurter is Putting the Power Down Again in the Second Part of Lap One
Nino Schurter is looking like the rider to beat today as he continues to keep the pace high at the front of the race. So far the attacks aren't changing too much as there is a group of six leading the race.

6:54 am PDT: The Top Five Riders After Lap Two
After the first full lap and the start loop the leading five riders are:

1st. Nino Schurter: 23:04
2nd. Vital Albin: +1
3rd. Jordan Sarrou: +1
4th. Luca Schwarzbauer: +1
5th. Mathias Flückiger: +1

6:57 am PDT: Jordan Sarrou Takes the Lead into the Technical Downhill Section
Jordan Sarrou has decided to take control of the pace as he passes Nino Schurter to lead into the first downhill of lap three.

7:02 am PDT: It's Now Four Riders at the Front
As the pace remains high it is Jordan Sarrou, Nino Schurter, Mathias Flückiger and Daniele Braidot leading the race. Alan Hatherly is just off the front five seconds back.

7:06 am PDT: The Top Five Riders After Lap Three
After the second full lap and the start loop the leading five riders are:

1st. Jordan Sarrou: 35:24
2nd. Nino Schurter: +0
3rd. Mathias Flückiger: +0
4th. Danielle Braidot: +1
5th. Alan Hatherly: +3

7:07 am PDT: Nino Schurter Leads Again up the Tarmac Climb
Nino Schurter doesn't seem happy about the chasing group closing in as he puts the power down on the first climb of the lap.

7:09 am PDT: A Big Mistake at the Front
A mistake heading into the first off-road climb has stalled Jordan Sarrou, Alan Hatherly and Daniele Braidot leaving just the two Swiss riders of Nino Schurter and Mathias Flückiger at the front. Let's hope there isn't a repeat of last year's incident.

7:12 am PDT: Nino Schurter Pull Away from the Leading Rider
Nino Schurter has built a seven-second gap out of nowhere. Interestingly Mathis Flückiger has dropped back to fifth somewhere in the last section.

7:15 am PDT: Jordan Sarrou is Pushing Hard but the Gap is Still Growing
Jordan Sarrou is trying to catch Nino Schurter but the gap continues to grow to nine seconds. Jordan is the only rider within 14 seconds of Nino.

7:18 am PDT: The Top Six Riders After Lap Four
After the third full lap and the start loop the leading six riders are:

1st. Nino Schurter: 47:27
2nd. Jordan Sarrou: +7
3rd. Alan Hatherly: +14
4th. Danielle Braidot: +14
5th. Sam Gaze: +21
6th. Mathias Flückiger: +22

7:26 am PDT: The Gap has Doubled at the Front
The distance between Nino Schurter and Jordan Sarrou doubled during lap five as it extended from seven seconds to 15. The margin to the chasing group led by Sam Gaze has also risen from 14 to 24 seconds.

7:30 am PDT: The Top Six Riders After Lap Five
After the fourth full lap and the start loop the leading six riders are:

1st. Nino Schurter: 59:34
2nd. Jordan Sarrou: +19
3rd. Sam Gaze: +32
4th. Alan Hatherly: +32
5th. Danielle Braidot: +33
6th. Thomas Griot: +33

7:43 am PDT: The Top Six Riders Going into the Final Lap
As Nino Schurter starts the last lap on his way to a potential record-breaking 34th World Cup win the top six riders are:

1st. Nino Schurter: 1:11:43
2nd. Jordan Sarrou: +29
3rd. Alan Hatherly: +36
4th. Thomas Griot: +37
5th. David Valero Serrano: +44
6th. Danielle Braidot: +45

7:46 am PDT: Thomas Griot Battles Jordan Sarrou for 2nd
Thomas Griot has ridden his way to the front of the way making his way up the rankings to 3rd. As the riders tackle the final lap it is a fight between Griot and Sarrou for the 2nd place position.

7:49 am PDT: Alan Hatherly Joins the Fight for 2nd
Not wanting to let the 2nd and 3rd spots go to Jordan Sarrou and Thomas Griot, Alan Hatherly has picked up the pace to make it a three-way battle for the 2nd place position.

7:54 am PDT: Nino Schurter Breaks Records in Lenzerheide!
Nino Schurter further cements himself as one of the greatest riders of all time as he breaks the World Cup wins record with a 34th victory.

Full Results:

Elite Women


Elite Men


Overall Standings:

Elite Women


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  • 60 0
 Commentators last year: "Realistically, this is Schurter's last good chance to make history."

Nino: "Hold my alpenhorn."
  • 24 0
 It's crazy to me that, at 37, he can still ride off the front of an elite XC field for the whole race and beat people on pure power. Isn't there some sports cliche about being older, wiser, and sneakier? Why don't other older riders do what Nino did and never get slower. Seems way better.
  • 12 23
flag fentoncrackshell (Jun 11, 2023 at 11:38) (Below Threshold)
 @TEAM-ROBOT: It's actually not that crazy except in rare instances when Pidcock of MVDP show up to a race. The other young guys with a strong engine are racing road, since that's where the money is. Mens XC is like a feeder league for road and CX guys who didn't land a good contract. The women's field is a totally different story - deep and consistant.
  • 21 13
 @fentoncrackshell: I think that is a bit disrespectful to Nino. Remember he beat Piddock in the Worlds. Piddock and MVP are probably the most talented all round cyclists right now. Road cycling has become very specific with specialist climbers, sprinters, time trialists etc. Guys like Pogacar don't win without a lot of team work. Maybe Piddock or MVP would have beaten him today but I think Piddock lost WC because of he wasn't technically as good as Nino. And we all know that MVP can't handle a small step down that most of us weekend warriors would have no problem with if it appeared unexpectedly on a trail.
  • 7 9
 @singletrackjamaica: These guys lose to Nino, because they don't dedicate enough training to specifically for XC. There are a lot of "punchers" on the road with a reasonable technical level to win in XC - if they actually applied themselves. I'm thinking Sagan, MVDP, WVA, Remco, Mohoric, Pidcock, Alafilip, etc. to name a few. They're not technically as good as Nino, but their power to weight is lights out. The technical demands of XC have gotten higher, but it's still not enough to stop guys from winning because of incredible physiology.
  • 15 0
 @singletrackjamaica: I think you are massively underestimating the technical ability of Pidcock and MVP. I also think you are underestimating how much better their w/kg is. That said, Nino is a firkin legend who is still mixing it at the top of the sport and I am super stoked that he gained that elusive win.
  • 3 1
 @fentoncrackshell: Only Pidcock doesn't lose to Nino (other than very occasionally). I'm thinking head to head would be about 5-1 in Pidcock's favour in the last 18 months.
  • 13 3
 @singletrackjamaica: I think you'll find that MvdP is a better and more skillfull rider than you and 90% of the "weekend warriors" that comment here on PB.
  • 6 0
 @singletrackjamaica: And beat Pidcock decisively at Worlds - a stronger, smarter, better race. When I saw that race, I knew for sure Nino still had it in him. Today was incredible.
  • 14 0
 @billreilly: probably more like 99.9%.
  • 9 0
 @singletrackjamaica: it’s pretty ignorant to say Van der Poel is worse technically than weekend warriors. Have you actually watched him ride at all? I guarantee he’s better than you
  • 2 1
 @stayonyourbike: ok the delivery wasn't perfect but surely the dude's just being sarcastic.
  • 1 0
 Don't ever underestimate the GOAT.
  • 59 1
 This Nino Schurter kid shows a lot of potential.
  • 17 0
 How can drone video quality be so bad at UCI mtb when it was good at UCI cx last season? Not that hard to contact the guys at Aeroplayfilms to have them do it for mtb as well.
  • 10 1
 This. The picture quality fluctuates quite a bit elsewhere too between cameras, especially with exposure, but both the following drone and the aerial shots are rather horrendously blurry and grainy. With the exposure/ contrast and especially with the very high up aerials it's often pretty much impossible to tell who's who on the track, even the follow up drone not being able to pick up the black numbers on white on their backs. The colours also change between shots quite a bit. I'd rather have good quality shots from less spots than fuller coverage with blurry images.
  • 1 0
 Quality was better at Nove Mesto. Remember that video needs to be transferred in real time from the drones. So we are talking wifi. It is certainly possible that there was simply too many devices and interferences on the same wifi channels at the same time in Lenzerheide ShouldaCouldawoulda is easy from the armchair.
  • 1 0
 @opignonlibre: You're right, quality was indeed better at Nove Mesto so it can be done. A great deal also depends on the people flying the drone talking to the director and letting him know when to cut in and out of the shot so you don't see trees and sky when the drone brakes and turns for the next rider.
  • 1 0
 @opignonlibre: I didn't have the chance to watch the Nove Mesto race, but it's good to hear there have already been better quality streams this season. Hopefully they can get their package together so that the quality would stay the same throughout the races.
  • 17 0
 I feel sorry for the Pinkbike staff. Mike Levy must be unbearable the next days and weeks.
  • 9 0
 Does he still work there? No one knows!
  • 6 0
 This is the true test of whether or not he's still employed at Pinkbike. If there's no "Mike Levy waxes poetic about Nino" podcast in the next 2 weeks, we know he's done!
  • 13 0
 So anyone else see the clip of the Swedish rider and his Arc8 that he literally ripped the entire crank out of the bike at the start finish? Like BB and all? Wtf happened there?!
  • 23 1
 Headset routing...
  • 1 0
  • 13 2
 Perhaps unpopular opinion, but Im going to throw this post out there out of curiosity to see what others think.

I'm wondering if Scott/Sram is going the way of the Dodo the next two years? Frishi is getting older, little Frishy doesn't ever really have a result to speak of, Lars jumped ship "seemingly a downgrade" to Thomus Maxon, Kate unfortunately hasn't seemed to find her form from a couple years ago and at the end of Ninos interview he said "it was nice to race in front of my home crowd one last time"...assuming hes going to be retiring in the next season-ish. They haven't developed any new riders and have seemed to exist to get Nino his 34th win. Perhaps a skewed perspective, just an observation.
  • 16 0
 If and when N1N0 decides to retire, they can take the boat load of money the pay him, and throw it at some new rising star. Alan Hatherly, Joshua Dubeau and like 5 others could probably be brought on for what they pay Nino.
  • 11 0
 I believe he's racing until the Olympics. There's no Lenzerheiden next year (and possibly after that), thus: one last time....even racing through 2024 Olympics.
  • 6 0
 They also have Filipo Colombo
  • 2 2
 I thought the natural successor was Martin Vidaurre but he jumped SPZ (who's win nothing on a XC WC level for some time)
  • 3 0
 … No Lenzerheide WC for the next 2 years, so will be at least 3 years before back there …
  • 3 0
 @StFred: specialized hasn't won? Blevins in 2021 Snowshoe. Batten 2021 as well.
  • 4 0
 Once Filippo Colombo recovers from his injury he's going to win a lot of WC races.
  • 1 0
 @MutleyAdams: 2 years men, on a atypical round (full of accidents/flats), on home soil. Where they are on the rest of the WC? Nice stats bro.
  • 1 1
 @StFred: Specialized rider Jordan Williams just won the mena DH u wacko!
  • 13 0
 The quality and commentary was just fine on my end. Quite pleased. I only wish they would get a Roku app asap
  • 4 0
 Never write Nino off; his worst recent season was the Covid 2020 season - and he still won the Euros......
I think he can win both the Worlds & World Cup again; he knows how to peak for the big one - and is still consistent in picking up points in the World Cup.
  • 9 6
 116 in the men’s field! This needs to change. I race locally and if there’s twenty or thirty guys on a 6 mile loop of single track, punchy, climbs, single line rock gardens, and two places to actually make a pass, the fastest and strongest don't always have a chance, unless your initials are NS. I wish Fridays would be four or five “extended” short tracks with the top ten or so of each short track race advancing to Sundays race.
  • 4 0
 Or just limit it to 50 riders on the weekend and work out a feeder series. It does look like a fair number get spat out the back early on
  • 7 4
 I’m looking for more in the commentary than them just announcing the names of the riders as the pass through the frame. Some kind of analysis. Bring in some history of the sport. So many lost opportunities to add richness to the broadcast, but instead we get, Lecomte, Risveds, Tauber, Frei…

And for some reason just call out racers at random who are two minutes behind.

I really hope that they improve.
  • 5 3
 GCN: first race was OK. This one…
- I don’t need to see what random guy in the crowd is filming on his phone. Neither do I want plants in focus with blurry racing in the background
- drones at airplane altitude, srsly? Why?
- interviews. Please find proper, relevant questions.
- apart from the top 5, was there a race?
- showing slomos from 10mins earlier made the Mrs mad.
- commentary just needs to improve in general.
  • 6 0
 I agree, atleast we got rolling split times for the top 20
  • 2 0
 I'm confused. Puck and Loana now both have won a race. Loana placed third the first race, Puck placed fifth this race. Still, Puck is ranked higher in the overall. Is that because of the short track race? I always thought that that was merely for start order, not for points. Or has something changed?
  • 4 0
 XCC carries points for overall also. Points scale is roughly 1/3 the value of the XCO points
  • 1 0
 @Cabin: Thanks for the explanation. Compared to the other top competitors, the short track doesn't seem to be her strong suit. Loana will just have to win more races then, which she seems very capable of. Until now, I have watched some XC races but never really dug into how the points are being counted. Either way, it is exciting so far. Obviously it is cool to see a new elite rider (Puck) do so well here. But as for the riding, I like the more upright riding posture of Loana, it looks cooler. The men are worst in this respect. I think the most upright male rider is still more hunched than the most hunched female racer.
  • 1 0
 @vinay: Yeah, the points scale will still favour the better performed XCO rider over the course of the season I'd imagine. And agree with you on Loana's riding position (Jenny Rissvids is another). Clearly a very strong/stable core, and results in little to no "wasted" energy. Very efficient style worth emulating for younger riders I think
  • 7 2
 I guess no commentary is better than no Rob Warner?
  • 3 0
 Did you watch on the Gnc+ app? I watched online not on the app and had commentary.
  • 5 5
 The GCN+ app defaults to no commentary, so you have to turn it on. Honestly might go back to no commentary, so I don’t have to hear Ric and Cedric talk over each other the whole time.
  • 6 0
 @unambitiouscyclist: but it's ric and bart brentjens in XC, not cedric gracia.
  • 3 0
 It was burmpy and dursty over here...
  • 1 0
 Bart. That’s what I meant, my mistake.
  • 3 0
 @suspended-flesh: At least there was no murd.
  • 12 7
 There is only one God and his name is Schurter.
  • 3 3
 What a race! The American girls not doing that good. Jolanda, not a good race for her. Pfp blew the hell up and LL took full advantage. Her skills are so good now. Night and day difference from a few years ago. Congratulations LL and Anne- Miss Consistency!
  • 1 0
 I think Anneke was there working for usa, to help the XC girls-not sure that worked...and isn't she dutch anyway? @KingPooPing
  • 1 0
 Amazing stuff from Nino! A very important box to check for the GOAT and loved the way he did it. Surely well prepared for this and not playing games - just dealing emotional damage to the competition.
  • 3 1
 Only 3.25 kph between the fastest men’s lap and fastest woman’s lap! Ok, I’m a little surprised by that.
  • 2 2
 I thought coverage might be on the “max” app since it’s owned by discovery, but it’s not there. What’s the best way to watch in US? GCN+?
  • 1 0
 I had to watch on the cell phone. Not at all ideal but better than nothing I guess.
  • 3 0
 GCN+ in the USA
  • 3 1
 Do anyone spot Levy in the crowd? Vacations over bud, finish celebrating with Nino and get back to writing those thousand word articles
  • 1 1
 Do anyone spot Levy in the crowd? Vacations over bud, finish celebrating with Nino and get back to writing those thousand word articles
  • 1 0
 Where is @mikelevy??? His boy just got the record!
  • 1 0
 Check out my hot pics➤ u.to/mWPGHw
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  • 1 3
 Why is there literally no commentary happening on the live broadcast right now?
  • 8 0
 If you're on GCN+, there are different audio options, including "ambient sound" without commentary. I saw on the DH comments that for some reason this had been the default option selected for some.
  • 1 0
 @donimo: Weird. Good to know. The DH and men’s XC defaulted to having commentary but I’ll have to check if that happens to me again. Thanks!
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