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The Grand Finale

Well that’s it for the race and the season. Finale always delivers an incredible event and this weekend was no different.

In the women’s category after seven races and six countries the race between Anne Caroline Chausson and Tracy Moseley it all came down to the final stage of the final race. Incredible. Anne may have won the race, but Tracy’s second place ahead of Cecile Ravanel in third place was enough to ensure she is the Enduro World Series Champion for the second time in a row.

In the men’s race Jared Graves was always the hot favourite to take the title and he didn’t disappoint. The Australian has been strong all year and only needed a top 23 to become world champ – he was second and won the title easily. One of the biggest surprises this weekend has been Fabien Barel – he broke his back at the first race in Chile and came back to the last race of the season to win the race. Fabien seemed as shocked as everyone else and gave an emotional speech to a packed crowd. Jerome Clementz was also returning from injury and last year’s World Champion finished in a very respectable fourth place.

The pro results are just a small part of the enduro story and don’t reflect the sheer grit, guts and heart of all the amateur riders who ride the same courses as the pros. It’s an incredible achievement.

Thanks to everyone who has participated, worked and supported the series this year, we couldn’t do it without you.

The race feed will be back when we kick off the 2015 series at Crankworx Rotorua in March, but you can catch us over the off season on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and www.enduroworldseries.com.

Over and out!

Masters are back

The masters are back and here are the top 20. Primoz Strancar takes the race and the World Champion title in the process – congratulations Primoz!

1   381   STRANCAR PRIMOZ ORBEA GEAX  16:06:06
2   440   CATTANEO UGO GIANGIS TEAM FREE BIKE  16:38:03 + 31:97
3   410   BONANOMI GIANLUCA A.S.D. G.S. PRO-M  16:44:04 + 37:98
4   398   MIGLIORINI STEFANO FRM FACTORY RACING TEAM  16:51:05 + 44:99
5   442   FENOCCHIO PAOLO TEAM BIKE O’CLOCK  16:55:06 + 49:00
6   439   MORASCHI MATTIA GIANGIS TEAM FREE BIKE  17:07:06 + 1:01:00
7   390   BECCHI BRUNO GRAVITY GAMES LAPIERRE  17:19:08 + 1:13:02
8   436   WIDMER PHILIPPE   17:21:00 + 1:14:94
9   347   GRILLO AMBROGIO ASD SASSI  17:21:04 + 1:14:98
10   385   JOHNSON WILLIAM   17:22:08 + 1:16:02
11   392   SABBIA CARLO ALPINA-BIKECAFE  17:27:09 + 1:21:03
12   441   MERLO MATTEO TEAM BIKE O’CLOCK  17:32:04 + 1:25:98
13   418   RAMSAY SEB   17:36:01 + 1:29:95
14   397   SABBIA ANDREA ALPINA-BIKECAFE  17:42:02 + 1:35:96
15   382   KANGAS MIKA   17:44:03 + 1:37:97
16   402   NOTARIO LUCA ALPINA-BIKECAFE  17:50:04 + 1:43:98
17   415   DUFNER MARKUS   17:51:04 + 1:44:98
18   393   CARUSO GIANLUCA ALPINA-BIKECAFE  17:52:00 + 1:45:94
19   386   WIDMER PASCAL   18:02:01 + 1:55:95
20   384   MILLARD EMMANUEL   18:11:08 + 2:05:02

Junior results coming in!

1   366   PERSAK VID ORBEA GEAX  15:25:00
2   374   DAILLY ADRIEN   15:28:02 + 3:02
3   373   PERRIN-GANIER NEILO   15:41:02 + 16:02
4   361   CLAQUIN SEBASTIEN US CAGNES MER VFT  16:19:06 + 54:06
5   362   MATOT ROBIN YETI BELGIUM – URGE BP ENDURO T  16:34:03 + 1:09:03
6   363   LAVELLE CONOR   16:34:06 + 1:09:06
7   365   PERNET GATIEN GT PULSE SESSION  16:58:00 + 1:33:00
8   375   KLINGENBERG THOMAS   17:02:04 + 1:37:04
9   370   ZVAN GREGA ORBEA GEAX  17:06:01 + 1:41:01
10   364   LEMEUNIER RUDY V.C. PAYS VALLONAIS  17:11:08 + 1:46:08
11   378   LANZAROTTI MIRKO TEAM BC TIME  18:26:03 + 3:01:03

We need coffee

It’s going to be a little while before we get the Master and Junior results come through, so we’re off for a much needed coffee and we’ll be back in an hour. In the meantime we’ll leave you to feast your eyes on this pair of legends….

Champs_graves Champs_moseley

Top 20 from today – Fab wins race!

1    BAREL FABIEN CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  38:08:38
2    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  38:16:77 + 8:39
3   16   OTON DAMIEN DEVINCI/ALLTRICKS.COM ENDURO RA  38:20:79 + 12:41
4    CLEMENTZ JEROME CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  38:21:55 + 13:17
5   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  38:23:25 + 14:87
6   13   NICOLAI FLORIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  38:25:39 + 17:01
7   17   LEOV JUSTIN TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  38:28:46 + 20:08
8   10   BARNES JOE CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  38:29:20 + 20:82
9    LAU NICO CUBE ACTION TEAM  38:34:78 + 26:40
10   21   BAILLY-MAITRE FRANCOIS BMC ENDURO RACING TEAM  38:39:42 + 31:04
11   19   CURE ALEXANDRE ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  38:49:51 + 41:13
12   25   CALLAGHAN GREG   38:57:72 + 49:34
13   22   MAES MARTIN GT FACTORY RACING  39:01:12 + 52:74
14    ABSALON REMY SCOTT SR SUNTOUR ENDURO TEAM  39:03:48 + 55:10
15    WILDHABER RENE TREK FACTORY RACING  39:04:68 + 56:30
16    VOUILLOZ NICOLAS LAPIERRE GRAVITY REPUBLIC  39:24:72 + 1:16:34
17   23   REGNIER BRYAN   39:31:60 + 1:23:22
18    NICOLL JAMIE POLYGON UR  39:39:12 + 1:30:74
19   12   KEENE CURTIS SPECIALIZED  39:48:57 + 1:40:19
20   24   GIORDANENGO AURELIEN POLYGON UR  39:52:01 + 1:43:63

Maes

Matrin Maes said after crossing the line: “I’ll be back stronger next year. This year has been challenging mentally as I pushed it and had some mechanical problems. But it was a great year and I’m ready to push next year, very happy and have learned a lot.”

Current top 5 after stage 6

1   16   OTON DAMIEN DEVINCI/ALLTRICKS.COM ENDURO RA  14:41:42
2   10   BARNES JOE CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  14:46:12 + 4:70
3   17   LEOV JUSTIN TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  14:46:25 + 4:83
4    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  14:46:75 + 5:33
5   21   BAILLY-MAITRE FRANCOIS BMC ENDURO RACING TEAM  14:54:31 + 12:89

Graves and Oton waited for each other at the end of stage 6 so they could ride to the beach together as they end the season – true sportsmanship

Top 20 women – stage 6

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  16:29:59
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  16:31:82 + 2:23
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  16:39:00 + 9:41
4    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  16:52:57 + 22:98
5    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  17:00:79 + 31:20
6    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  17:01:61 + 32:02
7   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  17:35:57 + 1:05:98
8    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  17:36:14 + 1:06:55
9   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  17:49:04 + 1:19:45
10   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   17:53:70 + 1:24:11
11    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  18:00:46 + 1:30:87
12    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  18:05:79 + 1:36:20
13   512   WINTON KATY   18:06:10 + 1:36:51
14   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   18:18:13 + 1:48:54
15   520   STRAND KATRINA INDIPENDENT  18:23:85 + 1:54:26
16   534   PAULIN LOUISE   18:37:14 + 2:07:55
17   527   GREGORY MARGARET   18:42:52 + 2:12:93
18   524   ROSSIN LAURA DREAM TEAM GENOVA  18:49:02 + 2:19:43
19   548   PARKES EMILY MTBA  18:52:20 + 2:22:61
20   528   RUPNIK NINA ORBEA GEAX  19:14:04 + 2:44:45

The women are back and there are smiles and hugs all round – they’re off to cool off in the sea. Finale is such a classic venue!

Current women’s top 10 GC

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  42:51:21
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  43:52:27 +1:01:06
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  44:14:19 +1:22:98
4    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  45:06:86 +2:15:65
5    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  45:46:96 +2:55:75
6    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  46:08:12 +3:16:91
7   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  46:45:08 +3:53:87
8    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  48:03:80 +5:12:59
9    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  48:05:97 +5:14:76
10   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  48:24:73 +5:33:5

Top 10 men in the GC

POS NUM RIDER TEAM TIME GAP
1   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  23:22:57
2   13   NICOLAI FLORIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  23:29:05 + 6:48
3    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  23:30:02 + 7:45
4    LAU NICO CUBE ACTION TEAM  23:31:39 + 8:82
5   16   OTON DAMIEN DEVINCI/ALLTRICKS.COM ENDURO RA  23:39:37 + 16:80
6   17   LEOV JUSTIN TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  23:42:21 + 19:64
7   10   BARNES JOE CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  23:43:08 + 20:51
8   21   BAILLY-MAITRE FRANCOIS BMC ENDURO RACING TEAM  23:45:11 + 22:54
9    WILDHABER RENE TREK FACTORY RACING  24:06:19 + 43:62
10   12   KEENE CURTIS SPECIALIZED  24:31:46 + 1:08:89

Top 10 women in the GC

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  26:21:62
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  27:20:45 + 58:83
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  27:35:19 + 1:13:57
4    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  28:06:07 + 1:44:45
5    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  28:54:39 + 2:32:77
6    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  29:06:51 + 2:44:89
7   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  29:09:51 + 2:47:89
8    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  30:00:18 + 3:38:56
9   534   PAULIN LOUISE   30:06:40 + 3:44:78
10   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   30:16:56 + 3:54:94

Excitement building in Finale

The pits are buzzing in Finale and there are big crowds in the square desperate for news from the women on stage 6 – the sun is shining, the beer is flowing and it won’t be long before the beach is filled with riders cooling off at the end of an amazing 2014 season

GC

At the moment Anne Caro leads GC after 5 stages, but Tracy leads Cecile – if that stays the same after 6 Tracy will be world champ, if it changes Anne will win. Too close to call right now!

Louise Pauline

While we wait for news of the men a special mention should also go to Louise Pauline – the local rider from Finale has been absolutely flying this weekend and has impressed a lot of people here

Em Parkes

Great ride from Em Parkes in 21st – she’s never ridden Enduro before and only found out she was racing on Thursday this week. She’s on a borrowed a bike and has only just turned 19 - have we found a break out star of the future?

Top 10 women after stage 5

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  4:56:36
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  4:56:92 +0:56
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  4:56:98 +0:62
4    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  5:01:84 +5:48
5    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  5:02:59 +6:23
6    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  5:02:85 +6:49
7    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  5:11:20 +14:84
8   512   WINTON KATY   5:13:41 +17:05
9   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  5:16:67 +20:31
10   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   5:17:38 +21:02

The way things are panning out this race is too close to call for the women – Tracy must beat Cecile and come second to keep her world champs title, if not ACC will be champ

Amateurs

The top men and women set off early this morning but there is a constant stream of amateurs heading off the start ramp in Finale town square – amazing achievement for them to race the same trails as their cycling heroes

Can Tracy do it?

Stage five is a pretty straightforward trail – it shouldn’t pose either Anne or Tracy any problems. But they’re straight off the back of a two and a half hour climb – whoever has the freshest legs may take this one. Will Tracy be able to take some time back from Anne?

Clementz

Also making his comeback after injury is Jerome Clementz. The current world champ took it easy yesterday but today’s stages will suit the way he rides and there’s every chance he could pull something special out the bag – he starts stage 5 immediately behind Barel at 11.17am.

20 mins to go

Tracy will be the first girl to drop into stage one at 10.30am CET (20 mins from now). Once the first few women are through the live timing will kick in on this page and we’ll get a better idea of how the women’s race is shaping up.

Graves on stage 6

The rumour in the pits this morning is that Graves will go all out on stage six and it could get him the race win. Graves has previous on this – he did the same in Whistler, winning the last stage of the day so convincingly he took the race.

Today’s stages continued

Stage five shouldn’t actually cause the riders any problems – it’s short and nice flowy trails through forested singletrack. Riders push off from an old NATO base on the mountain top that’s been decomissioned since the end of the Cold War. But the real battle will take place on stage six – the longest stage of the race will push riders to their limits as they battle fatigue to take on a stage 20 minutes long. This is likely where the race will be won or lost.

Today’s stages

There are just two stages today – but don’t for a second think today is going to be easy. The liaison to stage 5 is long – two and a half hours of climbing. That’s going to be tough on the racers after a physical day yesterday – and it is already hot here in Finale – so riders will be tired and cramp may be an issue.

Beerten and Thoma

Anneke Beerten is sitting in fourth after a crash on stage one yesterday lost her time, but she said this morning she is feeling good and looking forward to today’s stages. Ines Thoma had a great race yesterday and is sitting in fifth – the German is a strong rider and has the potential to make up time in today’s stages so keep an eye out for her, especially on stage 5.

Women’s race

In the women’s race Anne Caroline Chausson got off to an amazing start yesterday – she took all four stages and put a minute into closest rider and fiercest rival Tracy Moseley. These two are separated in the overall by just 80 points, with Tracy just ahead of Anne – the likelihood is one of them will go home world champion. If Tracy can hang on to second place the championship is hers, but if Anne wins and Cecile Ravanel (currently 3rd in the race) beats Tracy then Anne is champion and Tracy will lose the title and  have to settle for second.

Richie Rude

Rude has made a stunning enduro debut this year and is sitting in third overall here in Finale. The American is a powerhouse on the bike and is only 3 seconds back on race leader Barelli. Expect to see fast times coming through from him

Ones to watch

In the men’s race there are plenty of riders that have the potential to win a stage or get on the podium. Curtis Keene had a shaky start yesterday on stage one with a crash, but he made up time in the other stages and says he feels strong today

Graves

And how can we forget Graves? He may be sitting in fourth, but the big Aussie only needs to finish in the top 23 and he will be our new World Champion. He said this morning he’s chasing the series win rather than pushing any boundaries to take the race win, but Jared’sidea of taking it easy is still lightning fast and you can’t discount him from taking both the race and the series.

Barelli

Yohan Barelli is leading the race – but he’s going to have to push hard if he wants to keep that lead, less than a second separate him and Fabien Barel. The Frenchman obviously knows it - he has the words ‘strong’ and ‘fearless’ written on his handlebars…

Recap

Yesterday’s race was incredible – there are so many stories to come out of this race already. One of the biggest has been the return of Fabien Barel – he broke two vertebrae in his back in Chile at the start of the season and yesterday he won the first stage of the day. No-one can quite believe how strong his comeback has been – including Fabien who shed some tears when he realised how far he’s come in the last few months. He’s definitely a contender for the win here today – he sits in 2nd overall as we start day 2.

That’s a wrap

That’s a wrap for today. There’s still lots of amateurs on the hill but the pros are back and most are cooling off with a dip in the sea.

The live feed will be back at 8.30am (CET) tomorrow as we get ready to crown our new champions. Will Tracy be able to claw back some time from Anne Caroline and fend off Cecile? Can Jared keep his head and play the long game to secure the world champion title? Can Fabien Barel continue the greatest comeback mountain biking has ever seen?

Tune in tomorrow to find out….

Top 10 men at end of day one

1   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  18:58:39
2    BAREL FABIEN CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  18:58:97 +0:58
3   26   RUDE RICHIARD YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  19:01:45 +3:06
4    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  19:06:77 +8:38
5   13   NICOLAI FLORIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  19:07:28 +8:89
6    LAU NICO CUBE ACTION TEAM  19:10:99 +12:60
7    CLEMENTZ JEROME CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  19:13:00 +14:61
8   30   CARLSON JOSH GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  19:14:67 +16:28
9   16   OTON DAMIEN DEVINCI/ALLTRICKS.COM ENDURO RA  19:18:24 +19:85
10   21   BAILLY-MAITRE FRANCOIS BMC ENDURO RACING TEAM  19:21:06 +22:67

Women’s GC at end of day one

 

POS NUM RIDER TEAM TIME GAP
1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  21:25:26
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  22:23:53 +58:27
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  22:38:21 +1:12:95
4    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  23:03:22 +1:37:96
5   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  23:50:96 +2:25:70
6    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  23:52:55 +2:27:29
7    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  24:03:92 +2:38:66
8    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  24:34:23 +3:08:97
9   534   PAULIN LOUISE   24:39:95 +3:14:69
10   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   24:57:91 +3:32:65
11   512   WINTON KATY   25:06:55 +3:41:29
12    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  25:16:46 +3:51:20
13   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  25:19:02 +3:53:76
14    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  25:32:49 +4:07:23
15   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   25:39:86 +4:14:60
16   520   STRAND KATRINA INDIPENDENT  26:17:58 +4:52:32
17   524   ROSSIN LAURA DREAM TEAM GENOVA  26:17:86 +4:52:60
18   514   MACHEDA VALENTINA IBIS LIFE CYCLE  26:40:09 +5:14:83
19   528   RUPNIK NINA ODEA GEAX  26:49:72 +5:24:46
20   526   PASTORE CHIARA CICOBIKES- DSB-ION-NONSOLOFANGO  27:23:41 +5:58:15

Ravanel

Cecile Ravanel could be the rider that decides the championship – if she beats Tracy Anne Carro will be World Champion. Her take on the situation “not my problem, I just have to concentrate on my own race.”

Top 5 women

The top 5 women in the GC currently, but there’s still some fast girls on the hill that could change things up

1 Anne Caro 21:25min // 2 TMo (+58:27sec) // 3 Ravanel (+1:12min) // 4 Beerten (+1:37min) // 5 Thoma (+2:27min)

Current overall men’s leaders

1    BAREL FABIEN CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  14:02:52
2   26   RUDE RICHIARD YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  14:03:74 +1:22
3   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  14:03:83 +1:31
4    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  14:07:19 +4:67
5    LAU NICO CUBE ACTION TEAM  14:07:87 +5:35
6   13   NICOLAI FLORIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  14:08:34 +5:82
7    CLEMENTZ JEROME CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  14:10:43 +7:91
8   30   CARLSON JOSH GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  14:12:86 +10:34
9   10   BARNES JOE CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  14:15:00 +12:48
10   25   CALLAGHAN GREG   14:15:76 +13:24

Massive amateur field

Great to see how many amateurs have made their way to Finale to compete. There’s approximately 500 riders competing this weekend and a huge number of them are amateurs. Pretty incredible to think they spend the weekend competing against the likes of Steve Peat, Dan Atherton and Tracy Moseley and then are back at work on Monday.

Graves up soon

Jared Graves is due to start Stage 3 in 10 mins – can he keep his head under such pressure? Ther world champ title is his to lose – as long as he finishes in the top 23 it’s in the bag for him

ACC vs TMo part 2

Anne Caroline Chausson and Tracy are some of the most experiences riders on the planet so it’s no wonder that they are in such fierce competition. It’s been amazing watching these two all season – either one of these incredible women could go home world champion

Things are getting interesting…

This race is wide open – check the current standings for the men after stage 2

1   10   BARNES JOE CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  4:53:19
2    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  4:54:71 +1:52
3    BAREL FABIEN CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  4:56:36 +3:17
4   22   MAES MARTIN GT FACTORY RACING  4:56:44 +3:25
5   26   RUDE RICHIARD YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  4:56:52 +3:33
6   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  4:57:08 +3:89
7   25   CALLAGHAN GREG   4:58:38 +5:19
8   17   LEOV JUSTIN TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  4:58:39 +5:20
9    LAU NICO CUBE ACTION TEAM  4:58:78 +5:59
10    ABSALON REMY SCOTT SR SUNTOUR ENDURO TEAM  4:59:38 +6:19

Results

If you want to study the results in detail for every rider you can through  clicking this link direct http://mysdam.simply-webspace.it/superenduro/index.php?g=109

Women’s overall after two stages

 

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  10:24:80
2    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  10:59:43 +34:63
3    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  11:01:64 +36:84
4    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  11:21:98 +57:18
5   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  11:38:51 +1:13:71
6    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  11:41:54 +1:16:74
7    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  11:50:56 +1:25:76
8    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  11:53:39 +1:28:59
9   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   12:01:96 +1:37:16
10   534   PAULIN LOUISE   12:02:08 +1:37:28
11   512   WINTON KATY   12:19:08 +1:54:28
12    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  12:21:60 +1:56:80
13   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   12:27:46 +2:02:66
14   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  12:35:55 +2:10:75
15    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  12:38:48 +2:13:68
16   524   ROSSIN LAURA DREAM TEAM GENOVA  12:46:25 +2:21:45
17   520   STRAND KATRINA INDIPENDENT  12:56:03 +2:31:23
18   514   MACHEDA VALENTINA IBIS LIFE CYCLE  12:57:63 +2:32:83
19   527   GREGORY MARGARET   13:00:11 +2:35:31

Current top ten – men

1    BAREL FABIEN CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  4:18:88
2   13   NICOLAI FLORIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  4:19:79 +0:91
3    CLEMENTZ JEROME CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  4:21:81 +2:93
4   26   RUDE RICHIARD YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  4:22:06 +3:18
5   19   CURE ALEXANDRE ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  4:23:10 +4:22
6   25   CALLAGHAN GREG   4:23:87 +4:99
7   15   BARELLI YOANN GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  4:24:40 +5:52
8    GRAVES JARED YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  4:24:45 +5:57
9    ABSALON REMY SCOTT SR SUNTOUR ENDURO TEAM  4:25:26 +6:38
10    WILDHABER RENE TREK FACTORY RACING  4:25:47 +6:59

Current standing on stage 2 – women

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  5:34:52
2    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  5:45:97 +11:45
3    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  5:48:52 +14:00
4    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  5:57:12 +22:60
5    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  5:58:56 +24:04
6    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  6:02:66 +28:14
7    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  6:15:53 +41:01
8    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  6:21:61 +47:09
9   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  6:28:78 +54:26
10    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  6:30:76 +56:24

Louise Pauline

Local rider Louise Pauline has gone into 6th, she won this year’s superneduro series and will be looking to do well in front of her home crowd – she has the potential to really shake up the top 10

Current top 20 women

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  4:50:28
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  5:13:12 +22:84
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  5:13:46 +23:18
4   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  5:16:10 +25:82
5    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  5:24:86 +34:58
6   534   PAULIN LOUISE   5:32:47 +42:19
7    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  5:35:03 +44:75
8    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  5:38:88 +48:60
9   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   5:42:35 +52:07
10   512   WINTON KATY   5:46:71 +56:43
11    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  5:54:83 +1:04:55
12    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  5:59:99 +1:09:71
13   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   6:01:30 +1:11:02
14   524   ROSSIN LAURA DREAM TEAM GENOVA  6:03:82 +1:13:54
15   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  6:06:77 +1:16:49
16    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  6:07:72 +1:17:44
17   514   MACHEDA VALENTINA IBIS LIFE CYCLE  6:11:24 +1:20:96
18   520   STRAND KATRINA INDIPENDENT  6:12:26 +1:21:98
19   535   MONCORGE MARY   6:16:92 +1:26:64
20   537   SERRE EMILIE   6:20:92 +1:30:64

Women’s top 20 after stage one

1    CHAUSSON ANNE CAROLINE IBIS  4:50:28
2    MOSELEY TRACY TREK FACTORY RACING ENDURO TEAM  5:13:12 +22:84
3    RAVANEL CECILE GT PULSE SESSION  5:13:46 +23:18
4   511   COURDURIER ISABEAU ROCKY MOUNTAIN URGE BP TEAM  5:16:10 +25:82
5    BEERTEN ANNEKE SPECIALIZED RACING TEAM  5:24:86 +34:58
6    DIEFFENTHALER PAULINE CANNONDALE OVERMOUNTAIN  5:35:03 +44:75
7    THOMA INES CANYON FACTORY ENDURO TEAM  5:38:88 +48:60
8   517   MOLLOY GABRIELLE   5:42:35 +52:07
9   512   WINTON KATY   5:46:71 +56:43
10    JOSEPH ROSARA YETI / FOX SHOX FACTORY TEAM  5:54:83 +1:04:55
11    GEHRIG ANITA SPECIALIZED  5:59:99 +1:09:71
12   513   GEHRIG CAROLIN   6:01:30 +1:11:02
13   524   ROSSIN LAURA DREAM TEAM GENOVA  6:03:82 +1:13:54
14   10   EMMETT KELLI GIANT FACTORY OFF ROAD  6:06:77 +1:16:49
15    MARTIN ANKA JULIANA BICYCLES  6:07:72 +1:17:44
16   514   MACHEDA VALENTINA IBIS LIFE CYCLE  6:11:24 +1:20:96
17   520   STRAND KATRINA INDIPENDENT  6:12:26 +1:21:98
18   527   GREGORY MARGARET   6:22:82 +1:32:54
19   528   RUPNIK NINA ODEA GEAX  6:24:48 +1:34:20
 

ACC vs TMo

Not the first time we’ve seen ACC take a big win on the first stage only for TMo to claw it back later in the race. Watching these two women slug it out this season has been one of the best stories of this year

Leov storming the liaison

Our spies on the hill have just spoke to Leov who was flying up the climb and looking strong. He says he’s really looking forward to today and feeling good. Leov raced the hardest race of the year in Whistler whilst really ill – this could be his weekend

Cedric

Cedric says he had a few drinks with the Syndicate guys last night – if anyone knows how to win a race with a hangover it’s Cedric, don’t think it’ll slow him down!

We have lift off!

The women have just left for the start of stage one and Finale is buzzing. The square is packed with people, the sun is shining and the Enduro Pope himself Enrico Guala is in fine voice. It’s going to be a good day!

Tomorrow we race…

It’s nearly here – the sun is setting as the last race of the year is about to get underway. To keep up with all the action tune in at 8.30am CET where’ll you’ll find live timing and real time race commentary so you can find out first who’s going to be our 2014 Enduro World Champions.

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