The results are in from a wild day of racing in Val di Sole, for the Elite Men Laurie Greenland laid down an unbelievable run so take the win by nearly three seconds. Current series leader Loic Bruni couldn't quite take the win today but he will walk away with valuable overall points. The French couldn't take the win today but Loris Vergier and Amaury Pierron would closely follow Bruni to ensure there was still a strong French presence on the podium. Danny Hart would complete the podium nearly seven seconds off Greenland's time.
In the Elite Women's race, Marine Cabirou would take her first World Cup win after one of the most impressive runs in recent years. Tracey Hannah looked to be off the pace today but made it to the bottom in second to keep hold of her series lead. Camille Balanche and Veronika Widmann would both put down great runs that would see them easily place inside the top five and make their way onto the podium. Emilie Siegenthaler would have a return to form today securing a fifth-place finish. For the Juniors, it would be two new winners with Tuhoto-Ariki Pene and Mille Johnset taking the top spots.
1st. Laurie Greenland: 3:37.819
2nd. Loic Bruni: +2.854
3rd. Loris Vergier: +4.882
4th. Amaury Pierron: +5.167
5th. Danny Hart: +6.849
6th. David Trummer: +6.923
7th. Greg Minnaar: +7.170
8th. Remi Thirion: +7.318
9th. Baptiste Pierron: +7.651
10th. Troy Brosnan: +8.021
1st. Marine Cabirou: 4:25.790
2nd. Tracey Hannah: +11.776
3rd. Camille Balanche: +18.324
4th. Veronika Widmann: +20.522
5th. Emilie Siegenthaler: +26.593
6th. Kate Weatherly: +28.123
7th. Monika Hrastnik: +28.802
8th. Eleonora Farina: +30.699
9th. Melanie Chappaz: +32.181
10th. Carina Cappellari: +35.691
Full ResultsElite MenElite WomenJunior MenJunior Women
1st. Tuhoto-Ariki Pene: 4:09.626
2nd. Zak Gomilscek: +0.339
3rd. Kye A'Hern: +0.418
4th. Sam Gale: +1.810
5th. Janosch Klaus: +2.560
1st. Mille Johnset: 5:06.790
2nd. Vali Höll: +1.095
3rd. Anne Newkirk: +27.005
4th. Lauryne Chappaz: +51.904
5th. Nastasia Gimenez: +1:04.055
Live Race Updates:
3:00 am PDT: Elite Women will be starting at // 3:30am PDT // 12:30pm CEST // 11:30am BST // 20:30pm AEST // 22:30pm NZST //
3:31 am PDT: Carina Cappellari is on track to set the first Elite Women's time of the day.
3:35 am PDT: Cappellari crosses the line with a time of 5:01.481. This is still around thirty seconds off Tracey Hannah's qualifying time.
3:36 am PDT: Melanie Chappaz goes over three seconds faster and takes over the hot seat.
3:40 am PDT: With ten riders to go the current top five is: 1st. Melanie Chappaz // 2nd. Carina Cappellari // 3rd, Alia Marcellini // 4th. Sandra Rubesam // 5th. Agnes Delest //
3:45 am PDT: Emilie Siegenthaler goes fastest by 5.588 seconds. They are slowly getting closer to Hannah's qualifying time.
3:48 am PDT: Mariana Salazar is way back as she reaches the bottom of the track and now sits fifth with a lot of riders still to come.
3:50 am PDT: After losing a lot of time in split two Monika Hrastnik was able to recover almost four seconds on the second half of the track and slots into second place.
3:52 am PDT: Kate Weatherly also caught back up to Siegenthaler's time and comes within two seconds of the current leader and goes 2nd with six riders left.
3:54 am PDT: Nina Hoffmann goes down and loses a ton of time in a nasty crash.
3:56 am PDT: Camille Balanche is almost four seconds up at split three!
3:58 am PDT: Balanche goes fastest by 8.269 seconds.
4:00 am PDT: Eleonora Farina goes down as well, this is going to be a tough track for everyone today with the mixture of wet and dry conditions.
4:01 am PDT: Despite a crash and a flat rear tire Farina gets a time that puts her fifth with three riders at the top of the hill.
4:03 am PDT: Veronika Widmann is having a great run, going green at the first two splits.
4:04 am PDT: Widmann crashes in the same spot as Nina Hoffmann. The roots are absolutely lethal today.
4:05 am PDT: Veronika Widmann goes second, making up over four seconds after her crash.
4:06 am PDT: Marine Cabirou is almost ten seconds ahead at split two. Can she take the win today?
4:07 am PDT: Cabirou is on a wild run, 13 seconds up at split three.
4:09 am PDT: The French national champion goes fastest by over 18 seconds! She is the first rider to beat Tracey Hannah qualifying time.
4:10 am PDT: Tracey Hannah can't match Cabirou's time and is over five seconds off the pace at the 2nd split.
4:13 am PDT: Marine Cabirou takes her first World Cup win in Val di Sole.
4:13 am PDT: Hannah goes second, 11.776 behind Marine Cabirou.
4:30 am PDT: Canada's Kirk McDowall kicks off the Elite Men's racing. Will we see a new winner today or will Amaury Pierron and Loic Bruni continue their domination of the 2019 season.
4:38 am PDT: Matthew Walker goes into second place behind Kirk McDowall. Connor Fearon has not started his run today.
4:40 am PDT: Mick Hannah goes into fourth place, just over five seconds off McDowall.
4:41 am PDT: Last-minute stand in Kenta Gallagher pilots the prototype Cannondale into seventh position.
4:42 am PDT: Henry Fitzgerald has a great run and slots into third.
4:43 am PDT: Just one second off McDowall's time puts Kade Edwards into third place.
4:44 am PDT: Antonin Kral comes closest to the current leaders time, only 0.712 back.
4:46 am PDT: Florent Payet is the first to beat the top time and goes an amazing six seconds faster. The Scott Gambler seems to be working well on this track.
5:09 am PDT: Rudy Cabirou crosses the line second, 4.304 seconds back.
5:10 am PDT: US national champion Neko Mulally can't quite keep up with the speed of Florent Payet and finishes over seven seconds back.
5:11 am PDT: Dakotah Norton has a great run and goes just 0.902 seconds back and goes 2nd.
5:14 am PDT: Michael Jones slots into third place, his teammates Laurie Greenland and Brook Macdonald will be ones to watch after fast qualifiers in some of the toughest conditions.
5:16 am PDT: Baptiste Pierron goes fastest by nearly four seconds.
5:21 am PDT: Reece Wilson comes within two seconds of Pierron's time and currently sits in second position with 30 riders remaining.
5:27 am PDT: Brendan Fairclough can't repeat his results in Les Gets and goes over six seconds back from Pierron.
5:29 am PDT: Charlie Hatton goes green at the second split but can't quite hold it to the bottom and crosses the line 0.633 off the current fastest time.
5:34 am PDT: The Denim Destroyer, Johannes Von Klebelsberg, goes third, 1.510 off the top time.
5:37 am PDT: Dean Lucas was green for the first two splits but he couldn't hold his speed all the way down the course and now sits in fifth position.
5:40 am PDT: Ed Masters must have been down as he loses over eight seconds at split two.
5:47 am PDT: Luca Shaw ends his run in sixth place.
5:50 am PDT: With 18 riders to go the current top five are: 1st. Baptiste Pierron // 2nd. Charlie Hatton // 3rd. Johannes Von Klebelsberg // 4th. Reece Wilson // 5th. Dean Lucas //
5:53 am PDT: Finn Iles just couldn't match the pace of the top riders and finishes sixth.
5:54 am PDT: David Trummer is having his best World Cup season ever and is just over a second back at split two. Can he get a good result today?
5:56 am PDT: Trummer goes fastest by 0.728 seconds!
5:59 am PDT: Matt Walker had an impressive looking run but he couldn't find enough speed to match David Trummer and slots into 10th place.
6:02 am PDT: Gee Atherton started off strong but Trummer must have done something special during the second half of the track as Gee finishes over four seconds back.
6:03 am PDT: Loris Vergier goes over two seconds faster at split two. It's looking like Loris is going to continue the French domination.
6:04 am PDT: Vergier is still green at split four but losing time.
6:05 am PDT: Loris Vergier takes the fastest time of the day so far.
6:06 am PDT: Greg Minnaar is almost a second up on Vergier at split two, the racing is starting to heat up as we reach the final few riders.
6:07 am PDT: Minnaar makes a huge mistake and goes down.
6:08 am PDT: Despite the crash Greg Minnaar manages to finish third only 2.288 back.
6:09 am PDT: Bruni is almost a second up at split three.
6:10 am PDT: He goes over a second up at the final split, this is an incredible run.
6:11 am PDT: Loic Bruni goes faster than Vergier by over two seconds.
6:12 am PDT: Troy Brosnan is over two seconds off the pace at split two.
6:14 am PDT: Brosnan took a big hit in practice but he still manages a sixth-place finish with 10 riders to go.
6:18 am PDT: Danny Hart is 1.682 up at split two, he is having a great run so far.
6:19 am PDT: Hart loses time at split four and goes into the red.
6:20 am PDT: He has a flat rear tire and loses nearly four seconds dropping back to third place.
6:25 am PDT: Laurie Greenland starts off slow but manages to gain over a second by split two.
6:27 am PDT: Greenland lays down a mindblowing run and puts 2.854 seconds into Bruni's time and goes fastest!
6:30 am PDT: Jack Reading has a good run and manages to go into 18th position.
6:31 am PDT: Amaury Pierron finds 0.676 in the first split!
6:33 am PDT: Pierron is losing lots of time as he makes his way down. By split three he is 3.605 back from Greenland. It looks like he won't repeat his victory from Les Gets.
6:34 am PDT: Amaury Pierron crosses the line fourth over five seconds back.
6:35 am PDT: Laurie Greenland has ended the French winning streak.
6:36 am PDT: Brook Macdonald must have gone down somewhere at the top of the tracks he loses nine seconds by split two.
6:39 am PDT: Forrest Riesco is only four seconds back at the second split if he can keep up this pace he will get a great result today.
6:41 am PDT: Riesco crosses the line 14th, only 10 seconds off the pace of Greenland.
6:44 am PDT: Davide Palazzari slots just in front of the Denim Destroyer finishing eight seconds back from Greenland.
6:47 am PDT: The last man down the hill Joe Breeden comes a respectable 25th place.
6:50 am PDT: Laurie Greenland takes the win in Italy after a wild run!