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U23 XCC Results from the Crans Montana XC World Cup 2024

Jun 21, 2024 at 5:45
by Ed Spratt  
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The under-23 racers are back between the tape for the fifth round of the 2024 World Cup series. After only a few days since the last round in Italy, the racing saw Emilly Johnston take the women's victory while Riley Amos made it four XCC wins out of five in 2024.

You can watch the U23 XCO races live on YouTube tomorrow and Sunday. Check out the Pinkbike Primer for all the schedule details and see all the details on how to watch the racing this year in our How to Watch the 2024 Mountain Bike World Cup Guide.

Check out the results below.



Results:



U23 Women


1st. Emilly Johnston: 20:46
2nd. Carla Hahn: 21:03 // +5
3rd. Madigan Munro: 21:10 // +12
4th. Olivia Onesti: 21:23 // +25
5th. Ella Maclean-Howell: 21:29 // +31


U23 Men


1st. Riley Amos: 20:39
2nd. Bjorn Riley: 20:41 // +2
3rd. Luca Martin: 20:44 // +5
4th. Dario Lillo: 20:52 // +13
5th. Luke Moir: 20:58 // +19




Full Results:



U23 Women




U23 Men






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15 Comments
  • 10 0
 Is this the most dominant U23 season we've ever seen with Riley amos? 8/9 wins with the last slot being 2nd? Obviously still lots of racing to be had but not sure there has ever been another rider with that level of performance in U23.
  • 4 0
 Someone went undefeated, Mona maybe? But for the men, I’m not sure.
  • 3 0
 @shorttravelmag: Yes, she did. But it was only 6 XCO races. Much shorter season (post covid), no olympics and no XCC. Still utter dominance to be sure.
  • 4 0
 Vidaurre Kossman had 7 XCO wins in U23 in just 2 years ago. Not saying that is better or worse than Amos' season he has on the go, only that dominant seasons in U23 aren't necessarily that rare. That said, I think Amos will be very competitive very quickly once he moves up to elite. He's really good.
  • 3 0
 @Ginsu2000: Yeah the dominant U23s definitely seem to come around more often for sure. Then it takes them a little while to warm up in elites
  • 1 0
 @Ginsu2000: The problem for them is Vidaurre is probably the new Nino.
  • 1 0
 @wilsonians: I agree, it usually does take some time, at least on the men's side. I think Amos might buck that trend though and find himself a few top 10 results pretty quickly after making the leap. I guess we'll see!
  • 10 0
 Man, the Riley boys are killing it. Go Colorado!
  • 1 0
 @packfill - Has been this way for years. Those two have been egging each other on since they were 12.
  • 3 0
 I wonder what the Trek factory team will look like in 2 more years. I am sure they want to keep these young guns under their brand, but what happens with their current elite riders. Also, I am sure some other teams will be making some good offers as well.
  • 1 0
 They only have Anton Cooper on the men's side for TFR. Given his pretty lackluster results over the last couple years I could see him leaving if they wanted to bring up the 2 Riley's. But given that Amos is already on TFR, they have the ability and space to just keep him without any change to the status quo really.
  • 2 0
 Can't help but think there may be big changes; Dascalu is unlikely to be riding, Cooper always seems injured or ill. Jolanda & Evie's contracts are up - do they stay or move on?
  • 4 1
 Way to go Emily!! Not only Amos who is having an amazing season.
  • 2 0
 Yes Emilly!!!
  • 1 0
 Nice race Carson Beard!!







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