UCI results & live timing
1st. MAES Martin 2:26.841
2nd ATHERTON GEE+1.391
3rd. MACDONALD Brook +3.125
4th. THIRION Remi +3.787
5th. KERR Bernard +4.168
1st. ATHERTON Rachel 2:51.421
2nd. SEAGRAVE Tahnee +0.638
3rd. NICOLE Myriam +11.662
4th. HANNAH Tracey +12.036
5th. CURD Katy +15.112
1st. HOLL Valentina 2:56.147
2nd. ZIBASA Paula +17.564
3rd. JOHNSET Mille +18.478
4th. ATKINSON Maya +26.896
5th. MONAGHAN Rosy +27.442
1st. DAPRELA Thibaut 2:34.291
2nd. KERR Henry +0.724
3rd. EDWARDS Kade +0.752
4th. BOTTERAM Tristan +1.105
5th. LADEIRA Tiago +4.325
6:35 - "Did it for the enduro spirit.... good to beat the downhill boys at their own game." - Martin Maes post-race
6:33 - MARTIN MAES DOES IT!!!!!!
6:30 - Brook Macdonald pulls off a wicked run, but only gets him third. He's guaranteed a top-four finish with only Amaury Pierron left at the top to challenge Maes.
6:26 - Loic Bruni gives Maes a run for his money but even the world champ can't keep up with him and loses time somewhere in the last split.
6:21 - Connor Fearon slips a pedal out of the gate, three men left to challenge Martin Maes' time.
6:17 - Gwin goes down! This is Martin Maes' race to lose!
6:16 - Things are looking better and better for Maes. Only 5 men left now and nobody it coming close to the top time.
5:56 - 10 riders left here in La Bresse. Will anyone be able to catch Martin Maes!?
5:46 - Dean Lucas has a chance to unseat Maes, green in the splits at the start, but falls victim to the slippery course.
5:27 - Greg Minnaar can't keep it rubber side down, putting him way outside of podium contention.
5:26 - Gee green through the first three splits but loses time to Maes at the end to slide into second.
5:22 - Eddie Masters on a great run until he clips a tree mid-race. Maes still holding the top spot with top qualifier Gee Atherton up on course next.
5:09 - Enduro shredder, Martin Maes, finds himself in the hot seat with a time of 2:26, the first man down the hill with a sub-2:30 time. Bernard Kerr sits in second, followed by Mick Hannah in third.
4:19 - "Literally the worst race ever... I'm stoked" - Rachel Atherton post-race on the conditions.
4:15 - Tahnee takes second, pulling in time in the final stretch, but crosses 0.6 back to take second.
4:13 - Tahnee in the red, but right on the tail of Rachel's split times.
4:11 - Fastest by over 11 seconds, Rachel takes the hot seat and secures her win in the overall standings, and her title as the first woman ever to take 6 overall World Cup wins.
4:09 - Absolutely crushing it, Rachel is up 7 seconds at split three.
4:06 - Tracey Hannah sends the big jumps, but loses time in the last split to Myriam and can't take first.
4:01 - Myriam Nicole goes green in all the splits, taking the top spot so far in the mud.
3:49 - Katy Kurd takes the lead in La Bresse with seven women left to go.