Final Results from EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 2

Jul 11, 2021 at 0:48
by Ed Spratt  
Laura Charles was easily the fastest of the women and most of the men through the rock garden

The EWS is back for the second race of the week, riders will take on another four stages after they racing the Pro Stage. In the U21 racing, there were two clear winners today, Simonka Kuchynkova secured a lead of over 40 seconds on Sophie Riva and Luke Meier-Smith once again winning every stage.

For the Elite Women, it looked like Andreane Lanthier Nadeau was going to continue her success from the Pro Stage despite an injured ankle, but after a crash on the fourth stage and a puncture with another crash on her final run it was not to be. Instead, it was Harriet Harnden who laid down consistent results throughout the day and a huge win of nine seconds on the final stage and took her first Elite EWS win in La Thuile. Series leader Melanie Pugin finished up the day in second place keeping her lead in the overall standings.

Richie Rude and Jack Moir have been incredibly close all week and it was tight between the two riders in La Thuile today. A mistake on the fourth stage put Richie 12 seconds back making it difficult to take the lead back from Jack. With another first-place finish on the final stage, Jack Moir took his second win of the season.

Check out the full results below.




Elite Women


1st. Harriet Harnden: 33:42.29
2nd. Melanie Pugin: 33:43.27
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 33:51.54
4th. Noga Korem: 33:57.96
5th. Morgane Charre: 34:25.62


Elite Men


1st. Jack Moir: 28:00.23
2nd. Richie Rude: 28:13.43
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: 28:20.97
4th. Jesse Melamed: 28:37.91
5th. Kevin Miquel: 28:40.08



U21 Women


1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 38:14.76
2nd. Sophie Riva: 39:00.23
3rd. Justine Henry: 45:26.13


U21 Men


1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 29:39.80
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: 29:59.70
3rd. Francescu Camoin: 30:30.95
4th. Jackson Goldstone: 30:47.43
5th. Nathan Sterckx: 30:47.46




Full Results

Elite Women

Top 50 Elite Men

U21 Women

U21 Men



Live Updates


6:24 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir takes a third stage win and secures another EWS this year. Richie Rude falls 13 seconds back but maintains second place ahead of Zakarias Johansen.

1st. Jack Moir: 4:59.25
2nd. Richie Rude: +2.56
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: +2.56
4th. Jesse Melamed: +6.19
5th. Kevin Miquel: +9.62

Jack Moir Wins EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 2

1st. Jack Moir: 28:00.23
2nd. Richie Rude: 28:13.43
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: 28:20.97
4th. Jesse Melamed: 28:37.91
5th. Kevin Miquel: 28:40.08



6:20 am PDT

Zakarias Johansen manages to find over three and a half seconds on Jesse to move into the top spot.



6:18 am PDT

Jesse Melamed goes fastest by over three seconds.



6:10 am PDT

The top times are constantly changing as it is Kevin Miquel who goes fastest.



6:08 am PDT

Vid Persak now moves into the top spot with a two-second lead on Youn Deniaud.



6:07 am PDT

Florian Nicolai takes the lead with less than a second separating the top three riders.



6:00 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 5 the current top five are:

1st. Christian Textor: 7:55.52
2nd. Romain Paulhan: +2.47
3rd. Edgar Carballo Gonzalez: +3.14
4th. Nathan Secondi: +4.22
5th. Matteo Raimondi: +4.74



5:57 am PDT

Harriet Harnden Wins Stage 5 for the Elite Women

Harriet Harnden takes a huge win on the final stage of the day as she pulls a nine and a half second margin back to Melanie Pugin. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau was on track to take the overall despite an ankle injury but it seems she punctured and crashed on the last stage taking her out of contention. We hope she is doing okay and there are no serious injuries.

1st. Harriet Harnden: 8:56.11
2nd. Melanie Pugin: +9.54
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: +13.34
4th. Noga Korem: +14.39
5th. Ella Conolly: +22.42

Harriet Harnden Wins EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 2

1st. Harriet Harnden: 33:42.29
2nd. Melanie Pugin: 33:43.27
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 33:51.54
4th. Noga Korem: 33:57.96
5th. Morgane Charre: 34:25.62



5:45 am PDT

Harriet Harnden is looking fast on the final stage and takes over 22 seconds out of the previous top time.



5:42 am PDT

Bex Baraona just squeezes past Miranda to take over the current top time by 0.32 seconds.



5:41 am PDT

Miranda Miller goes fastest with over five seconds back to Raphaela.



5:39 am PDT

Raphaela Richter now takes the lead with a five-second gap to Georgia Astle and 14 seconds to Laura Charles.



5:37 am PDT

As the top-ranked Elite Women hit the final stage the current top five are:

1st. Isabella Naughton: 9:46.92
2nd. Veronika Bruchle: +0.29
3rd. Louise Margareta Paulin: +13.92
4th. Laura Battista: +15.49
5th. Rachel Pageau: +17.81



5:37 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir takes his second stage win today but Richie rude may have ruined his chance at the overall today as he goes nearly 12 seconds back in 11th place. We hope Richie hasn't had any serious problems on the fourth stage.

1st. Jack Moir: 4:59.25
2nd. Adrien Dailly: +2.98
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: +6.45
4th. Youn Deniaud: +6.60
5th. Jesse Melamed: +7.32

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Jack Moir: 20:28.01
2nd. Richie Rude: 20:38.65
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: 20:46.19
4th. Youn Deniaud: 20:52.72
5th. Adrien Dailly: 20:56.96



5:26 am PDT

Adrien Dailly finds three seconds against Youn's run and heads to the top of the timings.



5:22 am PDT

Youn Deniaud is again at the sharp end of the racing as he takes the top time so far on Stage 4. Kevin Miquel is the closest to Youn but he is still over two seconds back.



5:17 am PDT

Kasper Woolley now sets the fastest time on Stage 4 with a 0.51 second advantage.



5:16 am PDT

Clement Charles takes an early lead going 0.29 seconds faster than Sam Hill.



5:05 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 4 the current top five are:

1st. George Brannigan: 5:18.22
2nd. Lachlan Blair: +0.67
3rd. Tommaso Francardo: +1.05
4th. Keegan Wright: +1.47
5th. Corey Watson: +2.76



5:03 am PDT

Melanie Pugin Wins Stage 4 for the Elite Women

Melanie Pugin takes her first stage win of the weekend with a tiny 0.62 second gap to Morgane Charre.

1st. Melanie Pugin: 6:03.63
2nd. Morgane Charre: +0.62
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: +2.47
4th. Noga Korem: +2.54
5th. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: +6.37

Overall after Stage Four

1st. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 24:30.37
2nd. Melanie Pugin: 24:37.62
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 24:42.09
4th. Harriet Harnden: 24:46.18
5th. Noga Korem: 24:47.46



4:58 am PDT

It's now Morgane Charre who tops the timings with a near two-second margin on Isabeau.



4:57 am PDT

Isabeau Courdurier goes into the lead by over eight seconds.



4:56 am PDT

Harriet Harnden can't match Bex Baraona and slots into third place so far with a few riders still to come.



4:53 am PDT

Bex Baraona takes a big amount of time off Miranda as she goes nearly six seconds up.



4:52 am PDT

Miranda Miller now tops Georgia Astle's run with a time of 6:20.09



4:50 am PDT

Georgia Astle takes the top time so far by nearly six seconds over Laura Battista.



4:39 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 4 the current top five are:

1st. Sidonie Jolidon: 6:47.46
2nd. Chloe Taylor: +0.14
3rd. Rachel Pageau: +4.44
4th. Nadine Ellecosta: +16.64
5th. Katarzyna Burek: +21.74



4:37 am PDT

Luke Meier-Smith Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Men

Luke Meier-Smith wins all stages today as he goes over one second faster on Stage 5.

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 7:58.11
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: +1.22
3rd. Alexis Icardo: +11.32
4th. Francescu Camoin: +14.24
5th. Tarmo Ryynanen: +21.68

Luke Meier-Smith Wins EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 2

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 29:39.80
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: 29:59.70
3rd. Francescu Camoin: 30:30.95
4th. Jackson Goldstone: 30:47.43
5th. Nathan Sterckx: 30:47.46



4:33 am PDT

Sophie Riva Wins Stage 5 for the U21 Women

Sophie Riva fights back to take the win on the last stage of the day.

1st. Sophie Riva: 10:55.71
2nd. Simonka Kuchynkova: +7.98
3rd. Justine Henry: +1:48.02

Simonka Kuchynkova Wins EWS La Thuile 2021 Race 2

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 38:14.76
2nd. Sophie Riva: 39:00.23
3rd. Justine Henry: 45:26.13



4:30 am PDT

Richie Rude Wins Stage 3 (Queen) for the Elite Men

After Jack Moir won Stage 2 it is now Richie Rude who takes the win on the third stage by 0.83 seconds.

1st. Richie Rude: 5:42.72
2nd. Jack Moir: +0.83
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: +6.93
4th. Youn Deniaud: +7.63
5th. Kevin Miquel: +7.93

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Richie Rude: 15:27.60
2nd. Jack Moir: 15:28.76
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: 15:40.49
4th. Youn Deniaud: 15:46.87
5th. Kevin Miquel: 15:50.17



4:20 am PDT

Youn Deniaud now leads on Stage 3 with Kevin Miquel just 0.30 seconds back.



4:13 am PDT

Hugo Pigeon now sets the fastest time by two seconds.



4:11 am PDT

Louis Jeandel takes an early lead with Sam Hill half a second behind.



4:03 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 3 the current top five are:

1st. George Brannigan: 6:02.18
2nd. Edgar Carballo Gonzalez: +1.97
3rd. Christian Textor: +2.54
4th. Marcello Pesenti: +3.13
5th. Nathan Secondi: +3.82



3:58 am PDT

Luke Meier-Smith Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Men

It's three-stage wins so far today for Luke Meier-Smith, he is looking unstoppable but can he win the final stage?

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 5:18.50
2nd. Nans Arnaud: +6.06
3rd. Jamie Edmondson: +6.48
4th. Jackson Goldstone: +8.78
5th. Francescu Camoin: +8.87

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 21:41.69
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: 22:00.37
3rd. Jackson Goldstone: 22:06.70
4th. Francescu Camoin: 22:18.60
5th. Nathan Sterckx: 22:18.73



3:57 am PDT

Andreane Lanthier Nadeau Wins the Queen Stage for the Elite Women

Despite her ankle injury from yesterday, Andreane Lanthier Nadeau takes a huge win of seven seconds on the Queen stage ahead of Harriet Harnden.

1st. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 6:36.47
2nd. Harriet Harnden: +7.21
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +9.56
4th. Isabeau Courdurier: +12.18
5th. Noga Korem: +12.38

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 18:20.37
2nd. Harriet Harnden: 18:29.70
3rd. Melanie Pugin: 18:33.99
4th. Isabeau Courdurier: 18:35.99
5th. Noga Korem: 18:41.29



3:51 am PDT

Harriet Harnden now goes into the lead with a huge nine-second margin.



3:50 am PDT

Ella Conolly can't match the current top time of Bex Baraona as she goes three seconds back.



3:43 am PDT

Veronika Bruchle is once again one of the early riders setting a fast time as she goes nearly 20 seconds faster than Chloe Taylor.



3:29 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 3 the current top five are:

1st. Chloe Taylor: 7:23.54
2nd. Rachel Pageau: +4.75
3rd. Kate Lawrence: +7.50
4th. Sidonie Jolidon: +9.13
5th. Katarzyna Burek: +23.46



3:25 am PDT

Simonka Kuchynkova Wins Stage 4 for the U21 Women

Simonka Kuchynkova a third win as she secured a big 20-second margin on Sophie Riva.

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 6:43.90
2nd. Sophie Riva: +20.41
3rd. Justine Henry: +1:55.70

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 27:11.07
2nd. Sophie Riva: 28:04.52
3rd. Justine Henry: 32:42.40



2:52 am PDT

Luke Meier-Smith Wins Stage 3 (Queen) for the U21 Men

Luke Meier-Smith secures a second stage win as he goes over five seconds ahead of Jamie Edmondson.

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:04.49
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: +5.04
3rd. Nathan Sterckx: +9.28
4th. Jackson Goldstone: +10.65
5th. Francescu Camoin: +13.66

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 16:23.19
2nd. Jamie Edmondson: 16:35.39
3rd. Jackson Goldstone: 16:39.42
4th. Nathan Sterckx: 16:46.75
5th. Francescu Camoin: 16:51.23



2:49 am PDT

Jack Moir Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Men

Jack Moir kicks of today with a win of just 0.64 seconds ahead of Richie Rude. It is incredible how evenly matched these two riders are this year.

1st. Jack Moir: 5:48.50
2nd. Richie Rude: +0.64
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: +2.23
4th. Youn Deniaud: +3.03
5th. Jose Borges: +6.29

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Richie Rude: 9:44.88
2nd. Jack Moir: 9:45.21
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: 9:50.84
4th. Youn Deniaud: 9:56.52
5th. Adrien Dailly: 9:59.03



2:45 am PDT

Zakarias Johansen now takes the top time with just a few riders left to run on Stage 2.



2:41 am PDT

Jose Borges has come the closest to Youn so far but he is still over three seconds off the pace.



2:35 am PDT

Youn Deniaud now takes the lead with a six-second gap to second place.



2:32 am PDT

Kasper Woolley will be looking to build on his top result from the first race in La Thuile this week and so far he is sitting at the top of the times as the only rider to break past the 6-minute barrier so far.



2:18 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Men to hit Stage 2 the current top five are:

1st. Tommaso Francardo: 6:09.66
2nd. Wyn Masters: +1.29
3rd. Christian Textor: +1.93
4th. Eliott Baud: +2.22
5th. Baptiste Gaillot: +2.29



2:16 am PDT

Simonka Kuchynkova Wins Stage 3 (Queen) for the U21 Women

Simonka Kuchynkova takes another stage win as she goes 18 seconds faster than Sophie Riva on the third stage.

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 7:27.08
2nd. Sophie Riva: +18.57
3rd. Justine Henry: +1:30.67

Overall after Stage Three

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 20:27.17
2nd. Sophie Riva: 21:00.21
3rd. Justine Henry: 24:02.80



2:15 am PDT

Harriet Harnden Wins Stage 2 for the Elite Women

Harriet Harnden kicks off racing today with a stage win as she goes just over a second faster than Isbeau Courdurier. Yesterday's Pro Stage winner Andreane Lanthier Nadeau crossed the line fourth with an ankle injury but she is still able to hold the overall lead.

1st. Harriet Harnden: 6:55.05
2nd. Isabeau Courdurier: +1.16
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +3.25
4th. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: +7.35
5th. Noga Korem: +8.78

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 11:43.90
2nd. Harriet Harnden: 11:46.02
3rd. Isabeau Courdurier: 11:47.34
4th. Melanie Pugin: 11:47.96
5th. Noga Korem: 11:52.44



2:09 am PDT

A huge run from Harriet Harnden knocks nearly 12 seconds off the time of Ella Conolly.



2:08 am PDT

Ella Conolly is having a great week in La Thuile and now she sets the top time at this point with a 7:07.00.



2:05 am PDT

The times are still falling by big margins as Raphaela Richter sets a 7:10.27. Morgane Jonnier is the closest to Raphaela but she is still over seven seconds back.



2:03 am PDT

Julie Duvert now sets the fastest time so far as she goes another eight seconds faster. Georgia Astle wraps up her first stage four seconds back on Julie.



2:01 am PDT

Veronika Bruchle takes an early lead on the first stage of the day as she goes around eight seconds faster than Chloe Taylor.



1:05 am PDT

As we wait for the top-ranked Elite Women to hit Stage 2 the current top five are:

1st. Chloe Taylor: 7:36.02
2nd. Sidonie Jolidon: +2.68
3rd. Kate Lawrence: +5.40
4th. Leah Maunsell: +19.38
5th. Rachel Pageau: +28.40



1:00 am PDT

Luke Meier-Smith Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Men

After taking on the first stage of the day Luke Meier-Smith takes a stage win with a decent gap of five seconds back to Jackson Goldstone and six seconds to Jamie Edmondson.

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:08.18
2nd. Jackson Goldstone: +5.29
3rd. Jamie Edmondson: +6.20
4th. Nathan Sterckx: +9.52
5th. Martino Lani: +11.55

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Luke Meier-Smith: 10:18.70
2nd. Jackson Goldstone: 10:24.28
3rd. Jamie Edmondson: 10:25.86
4th. Nathan Sterckx: 10:32.98
5th. Francescu Camoin: 10:33.08



0:45 am PDT

Simonka Kuchynkova Wins Stage 2 for the U21 Women

After taking on the first stage of the day Simonka Kuchynkova has come out on top with a sizeable 23.70 second margin on Sophie Riva.

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 7:39.08
2nd. Sophie Riva: +23.70
3rd. Justine Henry: +1:18.75

Overall after Stage Two

1st. Simonka Kuchynkova: 13:00.09
2nd. Sophie Riva: 13:14.56
3rd. Justine Henry: 15:05.05



0:40 am PDT:

Racing is now underway for the fourth round of the 2021 EWS. Riders will face a four-stage race today Friday afternoon had the racers line up for the Pro stage, check out the results from the one-stage showdown below.


Elite Women


1st. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 4:41.50
2nd. Noga Korem: +7.11
3rd. Melanie Pugin: +8.16
4th. Harriet Harnden: +9.47
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: +9.63


Elite Men


1st. Richie Rude: 3:55.74
2nd. Jack Moir: +0.97
3rd. Zakarias Johansen: +4.37
4th. Ed Masters: +4.86
5th. Jesse Melamed: +5.13



U21 Women


1st. Sophie Riva: 5:11.78
2nd. Simonka Kuchynkova: +9.23
3rd. Justine Henry: +55.44


U21 Men


1st. Francescu Camoin: 4:10.38
2nd. Luke Meier-Smith: +0.14
3rd. Jackson Goldstone: +0.43
4th. Jamie Edmondson: +1.10
5th. Alexis Icardo: +3.58





87 Comments

  • 52 0
 The battle between Richie and Jack is just immense. It’s looking like this championship will go down to the wire!

Also impressive ride by Zak Johansen, biting at the heels of Richie and Jack on every stage so far (just saw stage 4 results come in while writing, where he actually came 2nd!)
  • 36 75
flag CM999 (Jul 11, 2021 at 10:37) (Below Threshold)
 I agree, its a shame one of them failed a drugs test but is still racing
  • 2 0
 Yeeaahhhh
  • 9 1
 @CM999: the burner account with 7 years of trolling under its belt doesn’t like a thing.

Alright, you convinced me. I now hate everything everyone else likes. Well done, your persistence paid off.
  • 2 0
 In this round and the previous one, Moir was just behind Rude on the first outing and then dominated the second. I hope there's a pattern forming!
  • 42 1
 It’s good to see a more mixed crowd of women’s racing instead of the years of domination from Ravanal and Courdourier. Women’s EWS is definitely becoming harder and harder especially to break into that top 5
  • 11 0
 Racing after dislocating her ankle the day before - hard as nails.
  • 8 0
 @revystoked: ... and leading all day long until that last damn stage, I feel so sad for her
  • 2 0
 100% agree, it’s interesting that the top 6 or 7 females are quite a bit faster than the rest of the women, in the next few years I think the times at the top will get tighter and tighter
  • 26 0
 Nice to Miranda moving up in the results, she puts in a ton of work and its starting to pay off!
  • 21 0
 Congrats to Harriet, first Brit to win in elites since Tracy Moseley if I'm not mistaken.
  • 2 0
 And one of T-Mo's many protégés as well.
I'd heard on the grapevine that she was riding very fast, but this is a fantastic achievement so soon.
  • 3 0
 @chakaping: Interesting both her and Ella Connolly have xc backgrounds (with harriet, amazingly, basically 50/50 between enduro and xc). and harriet's winning difference is always on the longer stages. shows perhaps more emphasis on fitness is key?

or am i taking two points and extrapolating the eiffel towe?
  • 3 0
 @johnny2shoes: I would be surprised if she wasn't the strongest on the pedals in the women's field, and I'd heard Trek had stuck with her because she was riding really fast overall. Looks like she might be the complete package.
  • 19 3
 "A wounded lion is more dangerous than a hungry one, he runs after his prey not to satisfy his hunger but to gratify his anger."

We already saw that last weekend with Daprela. ALN is a real badass !
  • 22 5
 I can’t wait for it to not come home
  • 3 4
 Best quote I’ve heard all day
  • 6 5
 Aww no, you're not still smarting about the rugby are you? Let it go dude, that was like, 18 years ago.
  • 3 2
 @commental: effing football that’s what
  • 5 1
 @pedro46: Whoosh.
  • 4 3
 @commental: England lost lol
  • 5 0
 Reaching a final is pretty good I reckon @theshed1:
  • 1 0
 @theshed1: Oh well, that's the way it goes. Tahnee and Harriet won. Then there's what Cav has achieved in the TDF. These things are of much more importance in my world.
  • 14 0
 Go Luka-sick, go xfingers
  • 2 0
 It's actually {Woo cash ik}
Let's goo buoyyy!
  • 11 0
 Yaaasss Harriet! And yaaaassss SLAWEK!!!! LUKA-SICK! LUKA-SICK!!!!!
  • 3 0
 Someone sponsor this man!
  • 8 0
 The consistency of Moir is terrifying. I can't imagine racing at that level against a racing machine like that. You couldn't afford any mistakes.
  • 4 0
 Do you think it gets to RR ? , always having someone under a second behind you… crazy pressure..
  • 1 0
 @hermichut: I think it is probably awesome competing at that high of a level.
  • 9 0
 I hope Sam Hill will keep making his way up, to the top where he belongs to. It's a but weird not seeing him in the top 10
  • 7 0
 The top 3 filming was really good from yesterday....be good to see something like that live.....really enjoying following the EWS.
  • 4 0
 Watch moi moi tv (jack Moir on YouTube!)
  • 7 0
 Gutted for ALN. Epic season long battle between Richie and Moir, EWS is really cooking this year!
  • 8 0
 Looking forward to jack’s YT vlog, always entertaining…
  • 14 0
 Like and subscribe ya mad dog ;p
  • 1 0
 His YouTube channel is definitely excellent.
  • 1 0
 Steve-o's suspension tuning tips paying off
  • 3 0
 Thinking about the pattern of Rude winning first race at each venue, Moir the second. Rude’s main experience is Enduro, going as fast as possible with very little practice. Moir has raced lots of DH, learning to build speed each run. Just a thought..,(obviously other factors - incl Moir being sick in Round 3).
  • 2 0
 Good observation. Fascinating to see how it plays out later in season and also if Martin can get on their pace.
  • 5 0
 Anyone know why Martin Maes not racing today ?
  • 5 0
 Concussion symptoms after a crash yesterday
  • 1 0
 Was he racing there first two rounds?
  • 2 0
 @mattg95: he missed the first two races due to birth of his child. He raced round 3 and was coming third but crashed on final stage
  • 5 0
 ALN! Tough luck, hopefully ankle I'd doing OK
  • 4 1
 Harriet dominates the physical uphill stages. She is also incredibly fast besides that
  • 4 0
 Great results for Harriet Harnden & Elliott Heap!
  • 2 0
 Stoked to see eat coast rider Rachel Pageau doing well, too! And just a few weeks after having a go at qualifying for DH world cups
  • 3 0
 How about Jackson Goldstone? Placing top 5 in junior EWS and in the last DH. He may be the next great racer…
  • 3 0
 Anyone else see Iago Garay run into an electric fence mid track. Wtf!?
  • 8 0
 Sponsored by Bosch?
  • 9 0
 he wanted an e-bike
  • 3 0
 I just checked his Insta. Concussion systems from his crash the other day
  • 2 1
 These updates are pretty tough to follow in this format. Any way we could get a text color code if we wanted to specifically look at say women or men @edspratt ? Thanks!
  • 2 2
 Just use the Enduro World Series website it’s not hard
  • 2 4
 @mc-marshie69: I’ll check that out, but the whole point of a news aggregator is to easily find everything I want on one website.
  • 3 0
 Win on Sunday, sales on Monday still applies?
  • 12 0
 Win on monday, preorders for 2023 on monday.
  • 3 0
 YEEEEEEAAAHHHH Jack MOOOIIRRR
  • 4 4
 Said it yesterday, but if Sam was to race 35+ Masters next season, he'd be destroying the field. Looking at this round's aggregate times, he'd have won by 3 minutes 6 seconds against a solid field.
  • 6 0
 I'f it's just fitness and going back into pace, he will do it again. If he has the drive, he will be up there. Already improved on this one
  • 7 1
 He’s current champion he’s hardly going to retire after a bad start to a weird season.
  • 10 0
 He's not getting paid to race against a bunch of retirees.
  • 4 0
 Sam has come back before and he can very likely do it again. He's probably just misjudged the level he needed to reach after a year and a half off.
  • 4 0
 Hill was only 5% slower than Rude. But the field is getting stronger every season.
  • 5 0
 His boss won't want the competition!
  • 3 0
 Don't know why you got downvoted, you just stated a fact and a pretty neutral personal opinion.

He seems to be improving tho, slowly but surely. Based on pure bro-science, he looks to be in worse shape this year, and also moving a lot more on the bike, which for him is weird.
Also, one needs to realise how stacked the lineup is, looking at the top15 names any single one of those could podium. Any slight mistake or % point of lower fitness quickly throws a rider for to P30 or P40
  • 2 0
 It would be great if there was a stacked Masters class with the likes of Nico, Barel etc - but I reckon Sam is still confident in his ability to compete for the win in Elite when he's in the right place physically and/or mentally.
  • 3 0
 I'm still waiting for Sam to find his pace.
  • 2 0
 Luke Meier-Smith what a bloody legend in the Juniors! Jack Moir, mate you are a destroyer! Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi
  • 2 0
 Yet another top 20 finish for Katy Winton and she's still unsigned. What a travesty.
  • 2 0
 why don't u use UTC or GMT-0 time ?
  • 3 0
 MOI MOI!!!
  • 3 0
 Mad dog
  • 2 0
 c'mon Jack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 It's great to see Moir and Rude going at it, but I was hoping to Hill in the mix also:/
  • 1 0
 If that disappoints you, don't look at the USAC nationals results from today
  • 2 0
 Fu5k yeah jack. That's about all. Fu5k yeah. Some serious tight racing.
  • 3 0
 Go Sam!!!!
  • 2 0
 Top job Moi Moi!!!!
  • 2 0
 What happened to ALN?!!
  • 3 0
 She hurt her ankle the day before during the pro stage.
  • 3 0
 It says puncture and crash on the last stage.
  • 3 0
 So sad, she was leading before that last stage...
  • 1 0
 Jack-Fucking-Moir FTW!! Wow! What a battle
  • 2 1
 Fucking slaying it Jack !!!
  • 1 4
 Copy of yesterday’s results!
Come on PB don’t fcuk it up!

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