Final Results: Snowshoe DH World Cup 2019

Sep 7, 2019 at 7:20
by Ed Spratt  
Vali Holl has one race left as a junior and will depart the start gate last tomorrow.

Wow, what a race! As if World Champs wasn't good enough the final round goes and steps everything up to eleven. Amaury Pierron laid down one of the most incredible runs of the year and put the pressure on Loic Bruni for a good result to take the overall. After Bruni's run, the title was sitting on a knife-edge but an almost impossible run from Danny Hart that saw him take the win and give Bruni the double. Another standout result today was Charlie Harrison who has come back from injury in 2019 and almost managed to beat Pierron's wild time but had to settle for third.

The Elite Women's racing also came down to a nail-biting final fight between Tracey Hannah and Marine Cabirou, but despite Cabirou laying down a perfect run and taking the win Hannah just made it inside the top six to take the 2019 overall title. Second place today would go to Myriam Nicole who laid down another great run this weekend even though she is still dealing with her injury. Third place went to a charging Veronika Widmann who has had a great 2019 season.

Vali Höll continued her domination of the Junior Women with another win in Snowshoe and takes the overall title in her final Junior year. 2020 is going to be interesting as she heads up to the Elite ranks. Anna Newkirk takes second place almost 12 seconds off the pace of Höll and takes 2nd overall. Third place today goes to Atherton Racing's Mille Johnset also taking third in the 2019 series. In the Junior Men, Thibaut Daprela is back at the top and takes the win by a staggering six seconds. Daprela also leaves Snowshoe with the Junior overall title. Second place today goes to Luke Meier-Smith and he is closely followed by Lucas Cruz who takes third in the race today and in the overall. Despite not starting today the current Junior World Champion Kye A'Hern finishes second in the series, only eight points ahead of Cruz.


Elite Men

1st. Danny Hart: 3:03.627
2nd. Amaury Pierron: +0.656
3rd. Charlie Harrison: +0.971
4th. Loic Bruni: +2.149
5th. Greg Minnaar: +2.395


Elite Women

1st. Marine Cabirou: 3:43.032
2nd. Myriam Nicole: +1.995
3rd. Veronika Widmann: +3.482
4th. Tahnee Seagrave: +3.710
5th. Tracey Hannah: +4.825



Junior Men

1st. Thibaut Daprela: 3:11.898
2nd. Luke Meier-Smith: +6.093
3rd. Lucas Cruz: +6.921
4th. Matthew Sterling: +7.864
5th. Janosch Klaus: +8.211


Junior Women

1st. Vali Höll: 3:46.865
2nd. Anna Newkirk: +11.906
3rd. Mille Johnset: +12.634
4th. Mckenna Merten: +1:05.869




Full Results:
Elite Men


Elite Women


Junior Women


Junior Men


Overall Standings:
Elite Men


Elite Women


Junior Women


Junior Men




Live Race Updates:

8:10 am PDT: The Elite Women will be starting at 9:30 am PDT // 12:30 pm EDT // 17:30 pm BST // 18:30 CEST // 4:30 am NZST //

9:30 am PDT: Frida Helena Ronning is the first Woman taking to the track as we start what will be a great afternoon of Elite racing.

9:35 am PDT: Mariana Salazar goes fastest by just over one second ahead of Frida Helena Ronning.

9:38 am PDT: Carina Cappellari has a great run and manages to cross the line over six seconds quicker than Salazar.

9:46 am PDT: Going over three seconds faster Camille Balanche takes over the hot seat with nine riders left.

9:48 am PDT: Monika Hrastnik couldn't match Balanche's speed and finishes nearly four seconds back.

9:49 am PDT: Emilie Siegenthaler is the next rider on track and she is over half a second up at the third split.

9:50 am PDT: Siegenthaler takes the top time so far as she comes into the finish area 0.378 faster than Balanche making it three Swiss riders in the top three.

9:52 am PDT: Sandra Rubesam is slightly off the pace today and finishes four seconds off Siegenthaler's time.

9:53 am PDT: Nothing is slowing Tahnee Seagrave down though as she is over seven seconds in the green at split three.

9:54 am PDT: Seagrave loses some time at the bottom of the track but it is still good enough to take the hot seat by 6.486 seconds.

9:58 am PDT: Sian A'Hern gained over two seconds at the last split on Seagrave but it wouldn't be enough to catch the British rider as she takes second place.

10:00 am PDT: Veronika Widmann looks to be on a flying run, only 2.429 off Seagrave at split three.

10:01 am PDT: Widmann goes fastest! She takes the top spot by just 0.228.

10:02 am PDT: Next up is the new World Champion Myriam Nicole, can she repeat her gold medal winning performance from last weekend.

10:03 am PDT: Nicole is over half a second faster at split two, a top result could take important points away from the two riders fighting for the overall.

10:05 am PDT: Myriam Nicole smashes the time of Veronika Widmann going over a second faster.

10:06 am PDT: Marine Cabirou has nothing to lose today and looks to be laying it all out on track as she goes two seconds faster at the first split!

10:08 am PDT: Cabirou has lost a second by split three.

10:09 am PDT: Marine Cabirou goes fastest! The fight is on for the overall.

10:10 am PDT: Tracey Hannah is green at the first split, if she can keep this up she will take the overall.

10:11 am PDT: Hannah loses over two seconds at split three.

10:12 am PDT: She is almost four seconds back now, this is going to be close!

10:13 am PDT: Tracey Hannah comes across the line in fifth, she has just taken the overall title.

10:14 am PDT: Cabirou takes the win today but Hannah just maintains her lead in the overall to take the 2019 title.

10:33 am PDT The Elite Men are now on track as we get ready for the fight between the World Champion the 2018 Overall Series winner and one of the most consistent World Cup riders.

10:38 am PDT As the first men make their way down the track Oliver Zwar currently leads with a time of 3:14.141.

10:39 am PDT Bernard Kerr manages to find over half a second against Zwar's time and goes into the hot seat.

10:40 am PDT Jacob Dickson crosses the line three seconds back and into third.

10:41 am PDT Benoit Coulanges just pips Dickson's time to get inside the top three.

10:47 am PDT Aaron Gwin goes into the hot seat beating Kerr by over two seconds!

10:52 am PDT Alex Marin has a great run and now sits third in the early stages of today's racing.

10:54 am PDT Thomas Estaque knocks Gwin off the hot seat by nearly a second after going green at every split.

10:55 am PDT Loris Revelli is another early rider having a good run on the tough Snowshoe track as he takes third place.

10:59 am PDT Martin Maes won't be causing the upset he did at the 2018 final round as he goes into third, two seconds back.

11:10 am PDT Charlie Hatton goes seventh on what looks to be an Atherton DH bike rocking 27.5" wheels.

11:15 am PDT Mick Hannah has an amazing run and comes over the line sixth.

11:23 am PDT Laurie Greenland is nearly a second in the green at the first split.

11:24 am PDT His lead is down to just 0.031 at the third split.

11:25 am PDT Greenland misses out on the hot seat by nearly a second! Estaque must have done something really special in the final split.

11:30 am PDT With 20 riders left here is the current top five Elite Men: 1st. Thomas Estaque // 2nd. Laurie Greenland: +0.872 // 3rd. Aaron Gwin: +0.874 // 4th. Martin Maes: +1.777 // 5th. Jure Zabjek: +2.277 //

11:33 am PDT Baptiste Pierron lays down a crazy looking run to sit 4th with 19 riders to go.

11:39 am PDT Mark Wallace and Gee Atherton both fail to come close to Estaque's time, will anyone be able to beat it?

11:40 am PDT Even though Loris Vergier is injured from Mont-Sainte-Anne he still goes green at the first two splits!

11:42 am PDT Despite a rapid top section Vergier goes just under a second back as he crosses the finish line.

11:46 am PDT Dean Lucas looks to have recovered from his horrific crash last weekend and is nearly a second faster at split two.

11:48 am PDT Lucas has lost a lot of time by split four, what has Estaque done to beat everyone in this section?

11:49 am PDT He manages to gain some time back in the final sprint to the line and goes into second place, 0.410 behind the top spot.

11:51 am PDT Connor Fearon goes sixth after being way up in the first two splits but just can't match the leaders' pace in the bottom half of the track.

11:52 am PDT Amaury Pierron is on track, he will need to have an answer for Estaque's run to take the overall. This is going to be wild.

11:53 am PDT Pierron is nearly two seconds up at split two!

11:53 am PDT Three and a half seconds at split three, this is an incredible run from the Frenchman.

11:54 am PDT Nearly four seconds at the final split, what is Pierron doing!

11:54 am PDT Amaury Pierron takes the hot seat by over five seconds.

11:55 am PDT David Trummer goes two seconds back at the first split but this is unbelievably still in touch for the podium.

11:57 am PDT Trummer finishes his great 2019 with a 13th place so far, seven seconds back from Pierron.

12:10 am PDT Bruce Klein can't match Pierron and goes six seconds back into 8th place.

12:11 am PDT Greg Minnaar is just 0.070 back from Pierron at the first split, could he take another win today?

12:12 am PDT Minnaar goes 1.6 back at split three.

12:13 am PDT Greg Minnaar comes the closest so far to Pierron but he is still nearly two seconds off the pace.

12:15 am PDT Dakotah Norton is trying some unique lines but they don't look to be fast.

12:17 am PDT Norton still manages a fourth place, five seconds behind Pierron.

12:20 am PDT Luca Shaw finishes ninth after a difficult run from the American rider.

12:23 am PDT Greg Williamson has a blistering run to go third, 2.584 seconds back.

12:25 am PDT Troy Brosnan is on pace with Pierron at split one, can he lay down another incredible run?

12:26 am PDT Brosnan is only 1.3 back at split three.

12:27 am PDT Troy Brosnan goes into third place and can't match Pierron and Minnaar.

12:30 am PDT Charlie Harrison is gaining time on Pierron in split four!

12:31 am PDT Harrison almost beats Pierron and goes into second. This shows it may be possible to beat Amaury.

12:32 am PDT Loic Bruni is nearly a second back at the first split, he needs a good result today.

12:33 am PDT Bruni is a second and a half back at split three. This might not be good enough for the overall.

12:34 am PDT Bruni crosses the line third! He may have secured the overall.

12:37 am PDT Danny Hart is fastest at split four!

12:37 am PDT Danny Hart wins in Snowshoe another British rider stopping the French domination!

12:38 am PDT With Hart winning Loic Bruni gets the double and takes the 2019 series overall.




301 Comments

  • 318 0
 RACE OF THE YEAR!!!
  • 22 0
 Roller coaster top to bottom!
  • 64 1
 I’ve never experienced that much suspense at a race before
  • 36 0
 incredible. you couldn't ask for a more exciting game of split second chess to end a season.
  • 62 0
 Absolutely. Really happy to see Danny win one!

Gutted the season is over Frown
  • 51 2
 I don’t know how Danny sits down with balls that big
  • 5 0
 holy f*** i second that!
  • 8 0
 All final runs matter so much and got me in the edge of my seat......... I suppose this is what penalty shootouts must feels like for my soccer buddies......
  • 28 0
 Whether Amaury or Loic had won the overall, it was well deserved. Just really happy to see Greg and Danny on the podium. Heck, Danny winning both quali and finals, expecting him right at the sharp end next season!
  • 16 0
 best ending to a season.
  • 2 0
 @Luis-Sc: indeed, same here!!
  • 2 0
 @scott-townes: and the best season I can recall!
  • 9 0
 My heart rate was in the high 140’s just watching Loic and Danny, f*cking madness
  • 4 0
 Insane WC finals... just mind blowing, hats off to all the racers, venue, organizers etc.
  • 4 0
 @leopaul: I thought I was gonna have a heart attack. Best dh race I’ve ever seen
  • 3 0
 @Joeyfallon21: if i wouldn’t have been alone at the office my colleagues probably would have called a cab straight to the asylum
  • 143 0
 Let's not forget that great run by Charlie on home soil! So stoked for him!
  • 18 0
 Charlie put down a heater today, looking forward to his progress next season.
  • 18 1
 yeah sorry, amongst all the french drama and danny kicking ass i totally forgot that charlie did a proper blast-off and got on the steps! what a legend.
  • 11 0
 something went wrong in his first split too, not hard to imagine he could have won today
  • 3 0
 @Albatrosse: I have to watch again, even Amaury made a few mistakes but thought that run was a smoker . Props to Hart, making it look too easy.
  • 2 1
 HELL-YEAH CHARLIE!!!! I was so pumped in his run!!!!!!!!!
  • 16 19
 @diggerandrider: great season end. About time Danny got a win. And Charlie Harrison, what can you say? He’s fast and he’s a top lad. Now Gwin’s finished, the USA needs another bloke at the sharp end, preferably one with a personality... and Chazza Hazza will fit the bill nicely as far as I’m concerned!
  • 8 3
 @jaame: prepare yourself accordingly, the Gwin army will not take that brutal surmise lying down.
  • 14 5
 @jaame: top 20 overall without breaking a sweat and missing 3 races.. I'd like to laugh at you walking down a track.
  • 1 4
 Butthurt much?
  • 7 3
 @jorgeposada: thou shall not talk of trash of almighty Gwin. All must bow to Him for all eternity or face fire and brimstone yaddayaddayadda
  • 20 16
 It is always amusing to read comments such as “I’d like to laugh at you walking down a track...”
I’m not talking about me, and I’m not a professional mountain bike racer. I would also like to laugh at me walking down a track. I would happily do it.
Butthurt? What am I butthurt about?
From where I’m sitting, Gwin does not look like ever winning another cat 1 race. He’s in the decline phase of a racer’s life cycle. He is probably the best ever, in terms of pure speed. I respect him immensely as a rider. You have to admit, he’s not got the most engaging personality. Not exactly a fan favourite in terms of anything other than being fast and American. It’s fair to say if he hadn’t absolutely destroyed the field five times, he would not have many fans. Contrast with someone like Bulldog who has won one race and will most likely never win another, or Wyn Masters who has not won anything as far as I know. Those guys have an army of fans because of their personalities.
Gwinner’s fans are glory supporters or USA supporters. If the USA had another guy challenging for race wins instead of gwinner, he would get a lot of support especially if he had a personality. Charlie Harrison, he has it. He comes over well, and he’s cool and fast.
I’m not bagging out Gwin. However, it is a fact that he is not Mr Personality. It is debatable whether he is past it or not. I think he is, past it I mean, but I could be wrong. It would be cool to see him win the world championships one day because he deserves it.
  • 5 15
flag jorgeposada (Sep 8, 2019 at 8:16) (Below Threshold)
 @jaame: You think I'm reading all that hysterical butthurt testimony. I don't care if you or Gwin rides a tricycle naked in the West village. Going riding buyyeeee.
  • 14 0
 @jaame: I wouldn’t say Gwin supporters are Glory or USA supporters, not at all. He’s definitely an all time great and in a select class of greatest ever argument (which includes Minaar, Vouilloz, Peat, and I'd include Hill and Atherton; and if he wins a World Cup series or two Troy B will soon be in the group along with Bruni and Pierron if their success continues). You seem to be basing a lot on if riders have an outgoing bubbly personality, which I guess is nice if you’re looking to win popularity contests, but a lot of us watch the races for the pure skill these jedi’s display navigating treacherous courses, not for the interviews afterward. Plus if you do happen to dig deeper and see some of the interview/story stuff Gwin has done in the last few years he seems like he’s pretty personable with a dry wit, he just doesn’t show it very often. Finally, given Minaar’s ability to stay in the top five as he’s pushing forty, I wouldn’t rule out Gwin fading away all that quickly. He’s only two years removed from winning his last title.
  • 6 10
flag cuban-b (Sep 8, 2019 at 9:13) (Below Threshold)
 @phclaw: I dunno. It’s pretty obvious that any remotely non-positive mention of Gwin is met with the same style of defensive ‘America is best’ bs. People get so irrationally emotional about it that it’s, honestly, a little weird. Just look at the result of this thread LOL. we can’t even have a conversation about it without one side saying “I ain’t reading all that shit f*ck off!”
  • 3 3
 @jaame: Don't forget Gee. It's been hilarious watching people talking about how he can still win because he had a couple of half decent qualifiers. He's not been at the races for at least two years.
  • 1 2
 @mgolder: that’s true. And that year he won the muddy one in Aussie, and the last time he won the world champs, I can’t remember if they were in the same year or not, but neither of those years he was really on pace. I won’t say lucky wins, but they were upsets.
The last time Gee was a threat for the overall was the first year on the aluminium GT Fury. I think he went first, first, second at the first three rounds... then Steve Smith happened. That was the last time Gee was really on pace across a season.
  • 11 5
 @jaame: Really what you're doing is being an ignorant d1ck!

Funny how the French and come here and dominate but still have enough respect to wave flags and express their thanks for how well they were treated.

Was it not Bruni that took the mic and thanked America at the end of the awards ceremony?
Was it not Pierron who started chanting "USA! USA! USA!"?
Was it not Payet with Cabirou on the bike of Gold Wing riding around the resort with a flag on the bike and generally having a great time.

Then there's dudes like you that weren't even there that are going to try to color the experience as if it wasn't shit? What a disrespectful idiot!

To say Gwin is in the twilight of his careers is ludicrous. It's like saying Minnar is in the twilight of his career. For both of them, you'd have no evidence beyond you're obviously biased conjecture.

As to his personality, there is a lot you don't know about American motorsports. Not the same as mountain biking, but it's important because Gwin and Kate Courtney are both the same way. They both sound like PROFESSIONAL racers that are worried about their image as reps for the brands that support them. Even Troy Brosnan is like this. Contrast that to wild dudes like Wyn Masters and Josh Bryceland. Fun dudes, but they may also be the ones that give up more game than a sponsor wants known.

Keeping that in mind, do you think Gwins going to say if he's having a problem getting his bike to work the way he want's it too? Do you think he's going to poo poo the Intense name in front of a bunch of biased keyboard soldiers that will just parrot it ad nauseum without really understanding it?

No! He's going to keep his mouth shut and get to business working on a solution.

You're an idiot!
  • 1 3
 @BDKR: You have a mega point, agree 500%. Btw my trails are coming out sick anyone in central NC wants to huck some dirt hollar. Great season!
  • 4 2
 @BDKR: I didn’t say anything bad about the USA. It’s a great country. The course at the weekend was awesome too. My original post was meant more of a big up to Charlie Harrison than a piss on Gwin. I did go off a bit in a later post though.
I disagree with what you say about Gwin and the professional personality though. You can be professional and still show your personality, if you have one. I think Ratboy is a bit of a goon myself. I prefer the ones who don’t swear in interviews but still seem like they would be fun to hang out with if you knew them.
Gwin isn’t that. I’m just speaking plainly. I don’t know him, it’s not a personal attack and I don’t feel any loyalty to him. He just isn’t a cool guy.
Charlie Harrison, I’ve seen his interviews and he is a cool guy. He has a personality and it comes across well. He’s not said any shit about his sponsors, he doesn’t say f*ck every sentence or constantly make references to getting drunk, but he’s still cool. That’s what I’m saying. Gwin is an awesome rider, yes. One of the all time greats, yes. Someone who clearly enjoys every minute of what he does, no.
About Troy. Again speaking plainly, because I have no personal connection to him and feel no loyalty. I don’t think he will go down as an all time great, simply because his stats aren’t quite there. Two junior titles? And two World Cup round wins over a career that has lasted ten years. I doubt he will ever win the overall. He is consistently very fast, but I feel he lacks the 1% you need to step from second to first in most cases. Top guy though. I’ve nothing bad to say about him.
  • 4 1
 @BDKR: I don’t think you’re angry enough - that would really help us understand your thesis better
  • 2 0
 @cuban-b: LOL...

Sorry... My buzz for the weekend wore off this morning when it met the cold hard reality of packing and driving home for 7 hours.
  • 4 2
 @jaame: why are you picking apart Gwin's personality? It's pretty weird mate.
  • 2 1
 @ajayflex: I’m not picking it apart. I’m simply stating the obvious!
  • 98 0
 I don't think you could have written a better ending for the season! Insane!!
  • 54 0
 No kidding! Last rider down decided the champ in the last 1/4 of his run! Wild!
  • 20 0
 @MikeAzBS: during Danny's run (in second split), I had a thought, that Loic is going to take the overall only if Danny punctures once again. But the last green just blown everything up, I actually understood that Loic still can take the win if Danny finishes first!
It's a proper catharsis, Danny takes a WC win once again, Loic takes the overall, and Armoury... Well, he already has one WC overall, plus he delivered so many epic runs through the season. So it's the BEST ending we could have for the season.
  • 83 1
 Congratulations, Tracy! And amazing run from Cabirou. She hit those jumps with some impressive purpose.
  • 23 2
 Supper stoked for Hannah,it was about time and well deserved, Cabirou has really been improving all seasson long but she's a lot younger and her time to shine will probably come too.
  • 51 2
 Next year is going to be bonkers in the women's field.
  • 18 1
 @jorgeposada: Yeah I'm really excited for it. This year you had so many injuries at the top of the ranks that the lineup seemed a bit thin. If everyone's back healthy, Cabirou keeps charging, Hoffman continues her breakout, and Val steps in as expected, that's going to lead to a lot of dogfights for the top spots and some amazing racing.

Hopefully it encourages the factory teams to support the women well.
  • 2 0
 @MarcusBrody: Anyone know where to find the live feed
  • 3 0
 @sweet-bike: redbulltv go to live events
  • 1 0
 Sheer resilience can win overalls.
  • 3 1
 Those jumps secured her the win.
  • 66 0
 Loic owes Danny 1 million beers!
  • 3 0
 Did you catch the part after the interview with Danny when Loic walks up to him and says "I love you very much"?

LOL!
  • 63 3
 err... so did anyone actually notice that danny destroyed everyone?
  • 22 0
 Yeah, everyone seemed to have missed Danny smoking everyone by 0.6 in the hullabaloo. Go Danny!
  • 29 0
 Yeah like... wtf at least show Danny's reaction seeing his time. I still wanna know what he did to gain 1.5s in that chunder section!
  • 6 0
 @bkm303: thunder in the chunder
  • 1 0
 @bkm303: he has his own "chunder section" at home to practice on lols
  • 2 0
 @mlbaker: Thunder Balls Danny
  • 2 0
 @mlbaker: tactical chunder
  • 1 0
 @browner: really well played
  • 78 19
 Danny hart wins and doesn't get any TV time!!! Redbull!!
  • 22 0
 Also the podium was full of Monster caps
  • 24 0
 they interviewed him right after the race on my feed......
  • 2 2
 Uhhhh, he did get interviewed after the race.
  • 19 0
 Yeah, they don't interview riders while they are on track......
  • 4 0
 He got first interview after the race was over. You could say there was more camera/commentary focus on Bruni/Pierron toward the end of Hart's run but that was the story... I think they did a good job overall covering it all!
  • 48 2
 Tracey, RESULT, well done and well deserved, and for those that say Atherton and Seagrave were injured, you can only ever beat those that compete, and she did.
  • 45 0
 Best final in years.
  • 25 0
 yahh best final since steve vs gee leogang 2013
  • 42 0
 Danny Hart, a true legend. Not just because he won but mainly because of his post race interview. Cheers
  • 16 0
 true champ. thanks and recognizes everyone else's work that let him do his own.
  • 8 0
 That was a great post race interview
  • 8 0
 I think he's only really happy if he wins - best interview I've seen him give
  • 3 0
 @browner: he’s just an absolute legend
  • 4 2
 Yeah..."i wanna thank my fiance that is pregnat back home..." blah blah blah "now im off to Whistler to ride by my own..." that will go down well.
  • 3 0
 @miguelcurto: she is with him, consider it a babymoon.
  • 41 0
 Finally a broadcast setup where they have cameras on most all of the track! I hope this sets a precedent for next year.
  • 3 20
flag ColquhounerHooner (Sep 7, 2019 at 16:49) (Below Threshold)
 short track is all.
  • 7 1
 it was literally one of the longest tracks this year?
  • 3 0
 @ColquhounerHooner: nah, there is a pretty decent chunk of track after that rock double near the top and the before the wild zone. I still thought it was pretty decent coverage though
  • 2 0
 I thought the same thing. The early riders I was super disappointed to see limited track coverage, and then it got towards the top 2 15 or so riders and was so happy to see what felt like a larger portion covered then any past race.
  • 35 0
 Everybody looks really happy at the Elite Women.
Marine winning the race (awesome jump at the end!), Tracy winning the overall, Pompon with her new jersey, Veronika on the podium. Awesome race and a pleasure to watch!
  • 5 11
flag WAKIdesigns (Sep 8, 2019 at 1:22) (Below Threshold)
 Yes sun is shining a bit brighter without the dominatrix who claims in interviews she doesn’t like her competitors. It would be cool if there were a few more men winning races in XC. MVDP just made it even more depressing this year.
  • 37 0
 WTF!!! How did Danny do that?!?!!!?
  • 50 1
 Because on a technical track, there’s no one better.
  • 12 6
 @nobby2607: yes, it's the first technical track of 2019
  • 36 0
 Danny fkin Hart
  • 24 0
 Marine is a beast. I think that she'll do well next year with a little more experience and some off season training under her belt.
  • 24 2
 I was just eating dinner with my wife and three your old son. We'd all watched the race earlier. In an attempt to get my son to finish his meal, my wife said that he should try to beat me to finish and if he did, he could have watermelon. Then she amended to that we all could have watermelon if we finished.

So my son finishes and "wins'" and I finish and we all "win". Yay.

My son looks at me opens his arm and says "Hug like the racers" and gives me a hug and a kiss on the cheek. He'd watched everyone come down and hug and congratulate their competition and he wanted to do so too.

Amazing sportsmanship along with an amazing race. It's just one more reason it's such a fun sport to watch with my son. Great job everyone!
  • 7 0
 Wholesome af
  • 9 0
 WC DH riders totally set an example for sportsmanship for the world to follow. The fact that all the riders have fun and support each other, while still being competitive without hostility, is refreshing. I’ve even noticed myself become more respectful of competitors while at work and on the court/trails. I play in an amateur b-ball league and some players are too proud to shake hands after a loss... in an amateur league with 40 year old dads.
  • 22 0
 I couldn't believe what a season we've had in dh. Made even better by the extra analysis from wyn TV, Eliot Jackson, cathro. I honestly can't wait for wyns coverage of the aftermath of that race. Insane
  • 13 0
 For real, the pre-race coverage this season was next level. All the Cathro / Wyn / etc coverage really adds a lot to the experience of watching on race day.
  • 4 0
 Exactly, with all the pre and post race analyses all the interviews we get a lot of insights which makes the race alone that more interesting. And let us not forget of all the amazing photos we get from every race here on pinkbike. I don't know in which sport you get all of that.
  • 2 0
 Danny TV!
  • 18 0
 Perfect final of season: Marine takes the win after a technically perfect run (i mean, that triple at the end? pure racer smorgasm, this girl can defo send it!), Pompon like the gladiator she is going second, Veronika, FINALLY on the BIG podium as she deserves (and i may be a bit biased here, but FINALLY we see some italians Big Grin ) and Tracey...oh Tracey. You deserve this title so much, i would have been heartbroken if you didn't get it. Played it smart and conservative as she had to, like true champions. what a season. 2020 is gonna be madness in the ladies field
  • 20 2
 What a race!!! and what a season!!!
And of course, be sure that absolutely no french media will talk about Bruni, Nicole, Pierron and Cabirou`s adventures and successes.
For exemple, Le Monde, which is one of our more important paper; last week-end they just mentionned discretely the XC world title of Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, but never mentionned the Bruni and Nicole`s results. Never.
I wrote an e-mail to that paper, and it`s the second time I do that in a month or two, and they never dared to answer neither correct their mistake by editing even a short article. They just ignored that again, and I even don`t know why.
Well done anyway bloody froggies.... also well done to Danny, and super stoked for TraceyWink
  • 7 0
 that's shocking and surprising, cos I thought the French are more cycling-centric than here in the UK where they never talk about Rachel Atherton when she wins
  • 3 3
 @MuddyFoxCourierComp: No one cares about mountain biking in the broader sense! Get over it!
  • 6 0
 I thought the French media would cover the discipline more, so that is a surprise. In the UK no ones cares about Downhill or XC outside the immediate people involve and the loyal fans. Downhill seems to be in a good place now, I kind of like the fact it has not been swallowed up by greed like football has.
  • 2 0
 @MuddyFoxCourierComp: Yes it`s shocking and so frustrating. You can find tons of articles about that bloody Tour de France and about confidential road criteriums and stuffs like that, but never about mtb and even less about DH and enduro whereas we have tons of champions in those disciplines. I`m kind of surprised that it`s the same in UK. Anyway camarade, we both know what counts to us. Cheers Wink
  • 2 0
 @Franzzz: the way I look at it is, all the wallies are into football, cricket, rugby, F1 etc. They are all great sports with mass appeal. I’m into all those sports too to be honest, to a greater or lesser degree. I love playing football, but I only watch it if England is playing.
Mountain biking is not popular, but hey we have pinkbike and enduro MTB. What more do you need? When you think about it, it’s easier to get MTB news now than it was to get any mainstream sports news in the 80s. I’m fine with that.
  • 1 0
 @jaame: I understand, but personnally I`m not satisfied with that.
For exemple: 4 weeks ago, Le Monde wrote an big article about synchronized swimming - if my translation is right. Is it a popular mainstreamed sport? NO.
Nevertheless I was happy for the public who is into that, but in the same time, there is no logic rule from the medias.
We know that the mainstream medias are dealing with what is `popular`, which is a word I detest, without taking any risk by showing new things that would probably interest the public. MTB is spectacular / medias want to sell some spectacle, so, do they have shit in their eyes or what?!
I am just sad to see once again that narrow-mindedness is the rule.
That was the same when I was into motocross in the 90`s. Nobody in France talked about Jean-Michel Bayle for exemple...

Anyway, this is how it is Wink
  • 2 0
 @Franzzz: I get your point.
I found it funny when the London Olympic Games was on. The BBC had an article about how Shanaze Reid was in with a shot at gold in the BMX, and the way it was written made it seem like everyone knew who she was because they read about it all the time. It was the only article about BMX I’d ever seen on that site!
  • 16 0
 What a@#$%&!!!! Race !!!! Incredible. Very sorry for Pierron, because he did a spectacular race! So close, so close, and Danny, well he did it, but he killed Pierrom Dream. Congratulations... now.... Fantasy... i´m definetely out!.... lol!!!!
  • 20 0
 And the Oscar goes to... ...DH WC Final Snowshoe!!
  • 18 0
 Mr Hart, still relevant and still competitive, FUCKING MINT RESULT, just beautiful.
  • 8 1
 he's only 27 man, best rider bar NONE on a proper technical dh track
  • 7 0
 @nobby2607: or a soaking wet track
  • 1 0
 SOOO happy to see Danny take this win! He was due for one we could all feel it.
  • 1 0
 @cuban-b: that horrible second drop to flat, he was the only guy who looked like he hit a tiny little backside to perfection on that landing.
  • 16 0
 What a season for Minnar, he put down another hot one but you can't tell me that finish line crash wasn't hilarious, glad he was laughing and ok.
  • 8 0
 Greg and Sam Hill are the favorites for the over-40 (and in my case over-50) crowd...guys pushing 40 and still top of the game. Incredible.
  • 3 0
 He left it all on the track.
  • 2 0
 Looked like he unclipped by mistake which made him lose his balance completely. Glad he was unhurt and laughing too.
  • 12 0
 I believe that Tracey did an intelligent season - they always say it's better to beat them "fair and square," but I think that racing smart and not taking extreme risks also has to pay off.......

....... congrats on win, Tracey....... much love, and much respect.......
  • 28 0
 She did beat them fair and square, they couldn't keep up the pace and crashed, but she could.
  • 12 0
 I loved this track. It had such good variety and there were so many different places that riders were gaining/losing time. It was really different than some tracks where if a riders was up/back at an early split, you knew that would basically just continue.

For all the talk of proper steep, gnarly stuff, that relatively flat rock garden was great to watch and a real test of skill.
  • 10 0
 Without a doubt the most thrilling ending to any world cup season based on the final run. DANNY EFFEN HART you are an absolute monster and imo the newest replacement for Peaty. Can not say enough for my respect to every rider on that hill and those injured or sidelined
  • 9 1
 I got the feed up and running just in time for the last two riders and it was only when she was actually on course that I suddenly realized how I desperately wanted Hannah to win the overall and how desperately unfair the universe would be if she didn't. We've all been there, where the only thing we need to succeed at a thing is overcoming the pressure that comes from within ourselves. And it's so hard when you know you can do it if you just do enough, but not too little. Marine Cabirou is clearly brilliant and her day will certainly come. But I am so happy for Tracey today.
  • 8 0
 Anyone know why Intense couldn't get Breeden another bike when his got lost in transit (or was that an Intense he was on?)?

It seems like with Neko's injury, Intense would have had a bike or at least some parts for him to use.
  • 4 0
 Pretty sure he was riding a Scott 29er. But yeah, if it was Intense I'd imagine somewhere within 8 hours of WV would be an Intense dealer that could mule up a bike if the right phone calls were made.
  • 5 0
 Really embarrassing for Intense. That was definitely a Scott Gambler he was riding; from the paint it looked like it might have been Dean Lucas’ B bike. They’ve fallen a long way from the days that they were the frame that riders would ride with the labels blacked out.
  • 4 0
 @RXN059: He was on Dean's frame.
  • 4 0
 @bmck: It was a Scott frame from Lucas based on Breeden's Instagram post.
  • 4 0
 @RCederholm: It looked like a session...
  • 1 0
 @bmck: I think that 29r sucks nobody is doing well on it and dean just had a cracker season on scott
  • 12 0
 OMG... such amazing racing! Congrats Danny and Loic!
  • 10 0
 Well, that was one hell of a plot twist!! Nerve wrecking stuff. Stoked for Loic and Danny!
  • 11 0
 WTF DANNY. Holy crap what a season!!!
  • 7 0
 What a season!!!! The riding these men and women are doing is phenomenal....The best part for me though has been watching the sportsmanship and camaraderie between these athletes.. alot of other sports (kids soccer) could take a leaf out of this book and learn a thing or two about how to treat your fellow sportsmen.
Can't wait for 2020 Smile
  • 10 0
 GREG you absolute badboy! smash up the finish line!!!
  • 2 0
 A few struggled to slow in the finish area, but HOW did Greg manage that crash?? Looked pretty painful tbh!
  • 1 1
 @TheRoadWarrior: Front brake failed?
  • 1 0
 @TheRoadWarrior: They shortened the finish area after qualifying. A few other riders nearly got caught out too.
  • 9 0
 So uh... does that mean there are more US World Cups? Cause' uh.. that'd be great.
  • 3 0
 Not next year, unfortunately (schedule is set). Hoping in 2021 and 2022
  • 2 0
 Arkansas
  • 1 0
 @ibishreddin: cyclocross?? weak
  • 1 0
 @ibishreddin: Does Arkansas have enough verticle for a proper downhill? My guess is if that if any more World Cups come to the US, they will need to be within decent driving distance to any World Cup held in Canada so teams can move gear quickly enough if they are a week apart. If another is granted to MSA, the US site would most certainly be East Coast. If the Canadian one is held in the British Columbia area, it would be more West Coast. I think after seeing how well this one seemed to go, another Snowshoe event would be warranted.
  • 2 0
 @RCederholm: Track builder Sean Leader runs Windrock Park. Plenty of elevation there and very demanding terrain. It’s downside is no resort housing.
  • 1 0
 I heard Windham is coming back soon when I was there in 2017 for a local race.
  • 2 0
 WASHINGTON!
  • 1 0
 @RCederholm: it's a secret
  • 7 0
 I have been watching DH for 20 years and that was the single best season ever. What a year and congrats to all of the winners. Fantastic to see Tracy finally get it and my god the men's final race was nuts!!
  • 5 0
 Yes Tracey! She's been here for so long. This overall title is well deserved, the season has been long and a constant battle! So happy to see Marine boosting out with confidence, she is still young and has a long career to ride! 3 wins this season, no doubt she'll be the one to watch next year. What a great final show it's been!
  • 9 0
 omg good luck loic because amaury just SMASHED IT!!
  • 8 0
 Pierron is crazy! He clearly went all or nothing.
  • 6 0
 When Danny got on track I nearly had a Hart attack, for parts of his run I couldn’t look but I just thought I could Loic and Pierron through it
  • 7 0
 That was hell of a race. Kept me on the edge of the seat till the very end!
  • 7 0
 That was the best race of all time. So many emotions within a single run! And fuck yeah chuck way to kill it!
  • 8 0
 That race, a work of Hart!
  • 4 0
 Marine's run was sick, full out and full risk, a well deserved win. Great to see Myriam back in it and Veronika on podium too. Tracey's run was a nail biter, glad to see her pull through under pressure!
  • 8 0
 Damn Daniel !!!?!?!?!
  • 7 0
 World Cup DH presented by the chuckle brothers!
  • 5 0
 This was the first time in my life I left work earlier, just to watch a live stream at home. I never thought I would be this hooked!!
  • 5 0
 Nice to see daprela back at his real pace. Can't wait to see what he can do in his first elite year!
  • 1 0
 Junior men fastest time is 12 seconds faster iirc
  • 5 0
 Super happy for Tracey!! Just loves to ride... and compete. Deserving champion this season!!
  • 2 0
 Hi all,

As someone that is new to watching DH live. Can someone explain to me why they do not show the rider's entire run? Is it a camera technicality? Also do they "time warp" a1:30+ during a live recording? I am trying to figure it out, but I a stumped.

Thanks y'all
  • 13 0
 This actually pretty awesome coverage compared to the other venues.
  • 3 2
 Basically the cost of putting more cameras on the hill is prohibitive, plus the technical difficulty of editing it all in live. Mainly the first one though.
  • 3 0
 what slimboy said plus watching each riders 3+ min run wold be a really long broadcast
  • 3 0
 Yes you'll need too many cameras to get coverage of the entire track, plus there is only a maximum of three minutes gap between riders, so on the longer courses it would actuallybe impossible to show the full runs.
  • 3 0
 @ORTOGONAL555, @pm148, @slimboyjim, @roerjo:

Ah okay and thank you all for the clarity and makes perfect sense. What a great end to the season and I was personally excited to see Bruni get his first overall win. Looking forward to Hardline. So mental.

Cheers all!
  • 3 0
 The riders do start too frequently to show full runs for every rider. This broadcast they actually managed to capture the interesting parts of the track pretty well compared to some other vernues.
  • 3 0
 @lymeathlete: welcome. i sometimes forget that new people are arriving all the time. you couldn't have joined in with a better sport. (i'm a bit biased)
  • 5 0
 What a amazing year for Loic Bruni, Amaury Pierron and Marine Cabirou ! ????????????????
  • 1 0
 Yeah what an incredible season from those three. We saw some really crazy runs from Loic and Amaury this year. The run of Marine today she hit all those big jumps in perfection. She smashed it and totally deserved the win. And now with the return of Myriam Nicole the French will be even stronger and the one to beat the next season.
  • 6 1
 So glad Danny laid that down and kept Jean Girard from ruining Loics season. Loic deserves it!,
  • 6 0
 Formula 1 pales in comparison with DH World Cup Wink
  • 4 0
 Best viewing of the year in the last 2 weeks racing. Roll on hard line an rampage. Gutted the season is over tho. Depression here we come
  • 3 0
 Such an incredible race. Charlie delivering for the home crowd. In person, hard to believe Pierron could be beaten (the guy was full-on attack all weekend). Quintessential nice guy Hart with the big win.
  • 2 0
 This is up there with Stevie Smith vs. Gee for 2013 overall in Leogang. Hard to say which was more dramatic... Stevie was last man down and had to beat Gee to win and did it, whereas this year it was Hart deciding it for Pierron and Loic... both are epic!!
  • 5 0
 Why did Kye not start? Crash earlier?
  • 5 0
 Rob and Claudio, the tash-brothers. Fantastic!
  • 1 0
 What a season. Great racing, a tight two way battle being decided by four riders in nail-biter finish with the last man down the hill calling the shot. I can't wait to see Wyn & Cathro's post race/season videos.
Congrats to Danny, Marine, Loic & Tracey.

On the down side it was also a horrific year for injuries and I hope the trend doesn't continue into 2020.
There's a huge inherent danger in DH racing but this year seemed worse than last year. Maybe it just because it's the freshest memory but it seemed that way to me. With any luck they'll all heal up and be back at it next year.

It's going to be a long winter waiting for it to start all again......
  • 4 0
 Wow! This Snowshoe had it all for both the men and women. Sick, refreshing venue, nail-biting racing. Wow!
  • 4 0
 That was the best race and likely best sporting event I have ever seen. Insane!!!
  • 1 0
 well done Bruni and a great win for Hart at snowshoe.It certainly was fortuitous for Tracey Hannah that the top 3 riders were taken out for the season with injuries.Would Vali Holl the girl who won the juniors finished ahead of her if she'd been in the seniors ? BUT well done Tracey Hannah you beat whomever was left to race and it's your name in the record books.
  • 5 3
 Vali Höll has already posted a time well faster than Tracey Hannah’s quali! Can anyone who’s there confirm how much the track has dried out? Could be close!
  • 2 0
 not sure if it was meant as a joke, or just someone who didn't know lol, but literally one of the comments on the red bull live stream was "is this a dh track?"
  • 4 1
 Did the American commentator really just say "letting go of the steering wheel" after Hannah's suicide no hander? Amazing.
  • 1 0
 Where are you listening to an American commentator?
  • 1 0
 @tobiusmaximum: Go to replay. 30.16 in you can hear him in the background.
  • 4 0
 What a battle. Hart in the end the hero for Bruni.
  • 2 0
 Wow, that was too much suspense! Man, so, so happy for Bruni! Incredible race. And thank you, thank you, Danny! Congratulations to all on a great season.
  • 4 0
 Every men's elite dh race won on a 29er front wheel. That happened quick.
  • 4 0
 YES DANNY, so pleased you got the win.
  • 1 0
 This is the first year in a while I’ve really paid close attention to the DH WC and it was soooooo fun. Gotta find an easy way to watch it all next year from AZ. Bummed it’s over!
  • 2 0
 Totally unexpected. Didn't think anyone was going to beat Pierron's rule. Hart killed it in the tech sections. He just jumped all the rocks.
  • 2 0
 Really happy for Danny and Loic (win win) and at the same time really sad for Amaury. Race of the season with proper final DH climax Big Grin
  • 3 0
 Yah Lucas! Canadian on the podium!
  • 3 0
 Marine’s race run was incredible! Blasting, nailing every piece.
  • 1 2
 @m1dg3t: Of course shes faster then I'll ever be but im not butt hurt about it. Its sports talk the same as all the bullshit thats on espn with football and basketball. Do you think all the fans who talk smack against top athletes in the NFL are butt hurt because they are better then they are? Stop being so sensitive
  • 5 6
 Freedom boner is at full Murica right now. Wish I could be in WV today.

Lolz @ Claudio and Rob talking about the fan turnout despite being "in the middle of nowhere". That's exactly where Murica shines the brightest yall. It would be cool to see how a North American WC would go with more elevation change, if Whistler can build that track they hope to bring a WC race to Canada. Or anywhere in CA, CO & UT.
  • 3 0
 Pierron! That run was insane!
  • 4 0
 Way to go Danny!!!!
  • 3 0
 Congrats to Hart and Bruni, feeling really gutted for Pierron!
  • 3 0
 Pierrons rock sections where out of this world !!
  • 1 0
 Can someone please explain....They said Bruni had to finish 3rd or better to win overall.Then he got 4th and won overall.Did I miss something?
  • 4 0
 He only needed 3rd if Pierron got 1st
  • 1 0
 Simple, if Amaury would have win!
  • 1 0
 Yes,that was assuming a Pirreon win, the point gap between them was the issue, that was why it so was intense, by the half of Danny run Pierron would win.
  • 2 0
 Bruni needed 3rd IF Amaury got 1st. Since Amaury got 2nd, 4th was good enough for Bruni.
  • 2 0
 Danny took Amaury’s first place points away from him
  • 2 0
 If Pierron won. Since he finished 2nd, the points weren't enough.
  • 2 0
 He had to finish 3rd with Pierron winning. Since Danny won and knocked Amaury into 2nd, 4th place was good enough
  • 2 0
 OHHHHH...Thanks everyone
  • 3 0
 Basically Amaury had to beat Loic by more than a single place to get the points he needed. So if Amaury had won, Loic needed third. They failed to mention the possibility that Danny could actually beat both of them, hahah
  • 1 0
 He had to finish third If Amaury won. If Danny had got third or second Loic would have been bumped down and lost the title. But since Danny won and bumped Amaury down to second, Amaury didnt get enough points to take the title from Loic.
  • 1 0
 That was nuts how, at one point during Hart's run, Pierron was the virtual overall leader up until Hart had the lead - at that point Bruni was back in front. Holy crap!!
  • 3 0
 Anyone know what happened to "Wheelie Wyn"? Only man to DNF, hope he's OK.
  • 3 0
 Came here to ask the same. Are you ok, @wynmasters?
  • 2 0
 Just got home to watch the last half of the men's. My f**king god, what a race. Love this sport, nothing even comes close.
  • 1 0
 That was amazing. Probably most excited for Danny and Charlie but of course stoked for Bruni. Damn French riders, they're too good haha! Football doesn't even compare.
  • 1 0
 Holy smokes what a roller coaster of a race! After watching Amaury’s run it’s pretty insane what Hart did. Whatever that was!
  • 1 0
 Danny didn't decide the race, Pierron did. If Pierron would've went faster and won then he would've had the overall. Also a shame Marine didn't win the overall.
  • 3 3
 Always rad to see Vali Höll dominate. Stoked to see what she does in elites, and if she's even been going full gas in races so far.
  • 1 0
 Only off by a margin from elite. Amazing!
  • 1 0
 What a women race. Any guesses as to what bike FMD racing will be going to?
  • 2 0
 perrion you sick sick man. wow.
  • 1 0
 Assuming Aumary holds on to 1st, what place does Loic have to get to hold onto the overall?
  • 1 0
 3rd, they said.
  • 1 0
 3rd
  • 3 0
 @InfraRed: guess aumary's sonic boom got me deaf
  • 1 0
 What an amazing race today!! Too early to start talking about team rumors?
  • 1 0
 Can wait till after hardline, after that it's all we've got to hold us over till next season
  • 1 0
 @dro-cfr: And Rampage!
  • 3 0
 DANNY!!!!!!
  • 2 0
 Awesome to see DH win one! Way to go Danny!
  • 2 0
 Bruce with a top 20 and Charlie with a top 3! American boys delivered!
  • 2 0
 That was an emotional rollercoaster
  • 2 0
 Cracker of a season. Top 3 seasons of all time for sure
  • 3 1
 Caribou chick is for real
  • 1 0
 I don't think you could have gotten more drama in a final race. Congrats Loic & really good to see Danny win one.
  • 1 0
 What's funny is that Hamsterly reminds me of of Snowshoe.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip3rN7kFKZw
  • 1 0
 Amazing race this year from both the men and women!!! Why do they gotta list year of birth, FAWK I'm old.
  • 1 0
 Roll on 2020, Holl will be one to watch in Elites.
  • 1 0
 I’m sitting on track, it’s in excellent shape better tha. Yesterday.
  • 1 0
 that was super fun to watch!
  • 1 0
 PinkBike - You have the times incorrect for the Women's elite.
  • 1 0
 claudio always with style Smile
  • 1 0
 i don't know how to math, or how many points each spot gets
  • 2 0
 Super Bruni!!
  • 1 0
 Super Bruni wow. What a thriller!
  • 1 0
 Thibaut Daprela = Dracula


Also, race of the year!
  • 1 0
 Watch out ufc here comes uci
  • 2 0
 Race was absolutely epic
  • 1 0
 Absolutely fantastic racing, Danny Hart was on fire...
  • 3 6
 Loved the suspense. Hated the people screaming USA. Loved the track. Hated the American public. Can’t really be happy for Charly due to the fact that he has the wrong nationality. Ah wel, Americans just scare me with their weird nationalofascism.
  • 1 0
 Daprela!
  • 1 0
 Go Momo!!!
  • 9 10
 WTF with Redbull, Danny winning the race and they show 0 seconds of him... Worst decision from producers...
  • 12 0
 They just had a great interview of him
  • 11 2
 Danny crosses the line

Keyboard haters 0.656 seconds later: WTF NO INTERVIEW FUUU REDBULL
  • 5 1
 @lognar: no hate here, I just find it off. show Danny realizing he won the race and then switch to Bruni.
  • 2 3
 @RCederholm: Not sure I would call that interview "great" - he's pretty awkward on camera. But big kudos to him for an amazing run and win.
  • 3 0
 @kasboh: Loic is the man of the season. Danny deciding the title of the overall, it looked like he was going 2nd, splitting Bruni out of the title win. Then by some wildman wizardry finds 1.8 seconds in the woods not only taking the win on the race but pushing aumary’s point gain down enough to give the overall to Loic. Mind blown, plot twist! Totally appropriate to show the surprise and emotions of the dudes on the hotseat.
  • 3 0
 @MtbSince84: awkarward you reckon, I found it really good - one of the best ones any of them has done. Admittedly awkward in the past though
  • 1 0
 fucking awesome!!!!
  • 5 7
 Not a fan of perrion. Big fan of Bruni. What an ending.. Seeing him cry made me tear up. He really stepped up his game this year to compete with perrion. Amazing season.
  • 1 1
 Danny's new name is The Decider. Danny "The Decider" Hart.
  • 13 0
 I think Pierron might have a different name....along the lines of Danny "Break My" Hart
  • 2 0
 @RCederholm: Hart Breaker
  • 1 0
 Winning run bids???????
  • 1 0
 best race ever
  • 1 2
 Why cant i find live broadcast thru redbulltv??
  • 4 0
 The juniors are not streamed.
  • 1 0
 @bstill30: Yeah I know, actually I messed up an hrs of main event.. so my bad and thanks on answer.
  • 3 5
 Somethings wrong with the womens times, 3:15 was not the time of Cabirou but 3:43...
  • 1 0
 Ok, got corrected, thx!
  • 3 6
 Cabirous time was 03:45. Not 03:15 as stated above. Thought to myself why elite women were so much faster than junior men when it's usually the opposite.
  • 3 4
 I wouldn’t have a beer with Amaury tonight
  • 7 0
 ? The dude is always stoked and even if he's down at the start of an interview he picks himself up by the end! They all love to have fun are all going to Whistler together now.
Amaury lit up when he mentioned Whistler parties!
The whole lot of em are on fire, living their best lives >>
going fast and taking chances Smile
  • 1 3
 Doesn't even seem to be listed as coming up on redbull. What gives ?
  • 1 4
 Hope the elite ladies that won this year enjoy it, cos next year it'll be all Vali Holl
  • 7 2
 If Rachel gets over her injury, she will roll all of them up into a twenty papery and smoke them.
  • 1 4
 @russthedog: Rachael, like Gwinn, Done, gwinn won f*ck all this season, similar next season, Atherton now knows how hard it is without a major sponsor, the sport moves on with younger and more proficient talent, Gwinn, he has the largest book of excuses.
  • 3 0
 @Gavalar66: Dang you sound a bit jelly, god knows why....
  • 2 0
 @Gavalar66: um she won a race this season? And was #2 before her injury?
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