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  • What a race!

    22 days ago

    Wow, what a race! How good is this battle between Rude and Moir? With two wins each so far this season it shows no signs of abating either. That's it from us but we'll be back on September 2nd to bring you all the action from round 5 in France, Michelin EWS Loudenvielle.

    Keep your eyes peeled for the full Vittoria EWS La Thuile Highlights dropping very soon!

  • Provisional overall

    22 days ago

    All results are provisional at this stage, but here's your top 5 men;

    1. Jack Moir

    2. Richie Rude

    3. Zakarias Johansen

    4. Jesse Melamed

    5. Kevin Miquel

  • Moir wins by 13 secs

    22 days ago

    After all that, Moir was able to put more time into Richie and wins the race by 13 seconds.

  • Jack Moir wins La Thuile!

    22 days ago

    In another battle that went down to the wire Moir wins! Rude goes 2nd and Zak a career best third!

  • Rude goes 2nd!

    22 days ago

    Jack Moir wins the race!

  • Moir leads 5!

    22 days ago

    Only Richie can stop him now!

  • Only moir and rude left

    22 days ago

    Moir should be coming into view any second!

  • Zak goes faster!

    22 days ago

    Zak now leads stage 5!

  • Masters

    22 days ago

    Eddie should be next across the line

  • Melamed into the lead!

    22 days ago

    Jesse goes 3 seconds faster on stage 5, Miquel drops to 2nd

  • Wallner!

    22 days ago

    Robin into 2nd place - Miquel's time is holding. For now.

  • Dailly into 3rd

    22 days ago

    And there's less than 10 men left on course - and only 2 of them are in contention to win this race; Rude and Moir...

  • Stage 5 taking scalps

    22 days ago

    There's some big names struggling with stage 5 - Oton just crossed the line in 106th

  • Miquel

    22 days ago

    Big Kev goes faster and now leads the stage!

  • Vid Persak!

    22 days ago

    And now Orbea's Vid goes into the stage 5 lead - he's having a great race here in La Thuile - he finished 5th in race one

  • Gauvin

    22 days ago

    Seems like ALN's rocky team mate Remi may have had some trouble on stage 5 too - he crosses the line in 88th

  • Florian Nicolai

    22 days ago

    Flying Flo into the lead on 5 - just 0.15 sec ahead of Hugo Pigeon

  • Men on 5

    22 days ago

    So with the women's race all wrapped up it's the men's turn on stage 5. The top 20 men are just starting to drop in and once again it's young Yeti rider kasper Woolley with the early stage lead. This up and coming Canadian rider is on the Yeti Development team and is the latest in a long line on young North American talent discovered by the brand. Remember his name

  • ALN 26th

    22 days ago

    We hear Andreane crashed on the final stage as well as flatting - she's with the medics but understand she's been checked over and is ok. She finishes the race in 26th, which in no way reflects the incredible display she put on today, but that's racing. We're calling it now though - we think ALN will be on the top spot of the podium before the end of the season

  • Provisional results

    22 days ago

    All results remain provisional at this stage, but here's your top 5 women;

    1. Harriet Harnden

    2. Melanie Pugin

    3. Isabeau Courdurier

    4. Noga Korem

    5. Morgane Charre

  • Harriet Harnden wins race 2!

    22 days ago

    Harriet Harnden wins the race! In her debut season in the elite women she has managed what few other have and won the race! Just one second back is Melanie Pugin and Isabeau Courdurier goes 3rd

  • Harriet wins the race!

    22 days ago

    And whilst it's bad news for ALN - Hattie Harnden just won her first EWS in the pro field!

  • Heartbreaking

    22 days ago

    What a heartbreaking finish to one of the bravest performances we've ever seen. ALN lead the whole race with a suspected dislocated ankle so to fla on the final test of the day is savage. But she can take away from this race that she has the speed to win races and she is up there as one of the fastest women in the world

  • ALN has a puncture

    22 days ago

    Andreane punctures on the last stage!

  • ALN

    22 days ago

    Sounds like there may be a problem for ALN - she's yet to cross the stage 5 finish line - we're trying to get more info

  • Come on ALN

    22 days ago

    this wait is excruciating...

  • Noga goes 4th

    22 days ago

    Only ALN left to decide this race!

  • Pugin goes 2nd!

    22 days ago

    Pugin goes 2nd - only Noga and ALN to come

  • 3 women left on course

    22 days ago

    Noga, Melanie and ALN

  • Courdurier

    22 days ago

    Isa knocks some time out of Hattie's lead but is still 13 seconds back in 2nd place

  • Hattie leads by 22 seconds!

    22 days ago

    Harnden leads stage 5 by an unprecedented 22 seconds! ALN is going to have to go all out on this final stage to best that and maintain her race lead

  • Hattie

    22 days ago

    And then Hattie crosses the line and knocks her straight back into second place!

  • Ella

    22 days ago

    Ella lead stage 5 currently

  • Women on Stage 5

    22 days ago

    The women are on stage five now and there's a big crowd lining the tracks in the sunshine and all anyone can talk about is Andreane - can she hold on to that 7 second lead to win her first EWS? A dislocated ankle and an over the bars on the last stage haven't been able to stop her so far - this will go down in the history books as one of the greatest ever wins if she can pull this off

  • Stage 5

    22 days ago

    Stage 5, vertical is the longest stage in the race, but even so, for Richie to make up 10 seconds on a rider as close in speed to him as Moir is - that's a very tall order indeed. This race is now Jack's to lose - but it wouldn't be the first time we've seen a final stage catch out a race leader so it's all still to play for Rude

  • Moir now leads the race!

    22 days ago

    Wow! Whatever happened to richie on stage 4 has cost him the race lead with just one stage left to go! Moir now leads the race by 10 seconds! Rude is in 2nd and 8 seconds behind him is Zak Johansen in 3rd!

  • Rude goes 11th!

    22 days ago

    Moir wins stage 4!

  • Moir leads!

    22 days ago

    Now just Richie left on stage

  • Eddie

    22 days ago

    Masters goes 7th - just the top 3 left to come now

  • Eddie

    22 days ago

    Masters should be the next man to cross the line followed by Johansen, Moir and Rude in that order

  • Jesse

    22 days ago

    Melamed crosses the stage 4 finish line in 3rd - 4 seconds off Dailly's time

  • Adrien Dailly into lead on 4

    22 days ago

    Dailly goes into the lead on stage 4! Deniaud drops to 2nd and Miquel 3rd

  • Youn Deniaud leads 4

    22 days ago

    Youn is having a great race - he's leading stage 4 currently and was sitting in 4th in the overall after stage 3 - great ride from the French Giant rider

  • Rudeau

    22 days ago

    Alex Rudeau crosses the line in 4th - but a mechanical earlier in the race leads us to think he may end up with a time penalty that will put him out of the running

  • Rude

    22 days ago

    Rude won the pro stage last night by less than a second - then Moir took stage 2 this morning and Rude then went on to take stage 3. Which means that heading into this stage Rude leads Moir out by just one second - which on a 5ish minute stage is nothing. One mistake from either of them here would be enough to gift the other the stage win and only a fool would try to call which way this is going to go

  • Clement Charles

    22 days ago

    Charles just pips Hill as he crosses the line, bu let's be real - the men's race is all about Rude vs Moir today.

  • Men on 4

    22 days ago

    And that's the top men on stage 4 - the penultimate of the race - and Sam Hill takes the early lead!

  • ALN on fire!

    22 days ago

    If you want to remind yourself of ALN's commanding Pro Stage win last night check out this video - and look out for her dab in the rock garden - that's what caused the ankle injury she was in hospital being checked out for last night. Such an impressive display from her today - what a fighter!



  • Women's Overall

    22 days ago

    After 4 stages, the women's overall now looks like this;

    1. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    2. Melanie Pugin

    3. Isabeau Courdurier

    4. Harriet Harnden

    5. Noga Korem

    ALN still has a 7 second lead with just one stage to go - could she be about to win her first EWS?!

  • ALN still leads!

    22 days ago

    That crash has cost her some time but Andreane still leads the race with one stage to go!

  • Andreane goes 5th on stage 4

    22 days ago

    She goes 5th

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau crash

    22 days ago

    She crashes and has an over the bars on stage 4!

  • Noga goes 4th

    22 days ago

    Only ALN can rob Pugin of a stage win now

  • Pugin!

    22 days ago

    Melanie goes faster - just Noga and ALN still on course

  • Charre can!

    22 days ago

    Morgane goes faster and leads the stage! Just 3 women left on track

  • Can ALN match that?

    22 days ago

    Or Pugin or Charre for that matter?

  • Isabeau!

    22 days ago

    Isa into the lead by 8 seconds on stage 4!

  • Harden

    22 days ago

    Harriet crosses the line in 3rd - may cost her some time in the overall

  • Just 5 women left on track

    22 days ago

    And last down will be race leader ALN...

  • Winton

    22 days ago

    Katy comes through in 2nd - just 1 sec back on Bex

  • Baraona!

    22 days ago

    Bex is back on form and is posting great times today - she's now leading 4 ahead of Miranda Miller

  • Astle

    22 days ago

    Devinci's Georgia Astle into the lead on 4 now - but can anyone stop ALN from taking another stage win?

  • Laura Battista

    22 days ago

    Battista takes the early lead on stage 4; she was a late addition to the Juliana Free Agents Team, one of two all female teams on the circuit, the other other being Liv Racing

  • Top women on 4

    22 days ago

    The top women should be dropping into stage 4 about now and we hear the trails are drying out up there - but that some sections still feature some wet roots that are catching riders out

  • Simonka Kuchynkova wins!

    22 days ago

    And also home are the U21 Women. A big push from Kuchynkova saw her extend her lead to win by a convincing 44 seconds with Sophie Rive in 2nd and Justine Henry 3rd

  • Luke Meier-smith wins!

    22 days ago

    The U21 Men are just through the final stage of the day and it's Luke Meier-Smith who wins! Jamie Edmondson goes 2nd and Specialized's Francescu Camoin goes third

  • Moir Vs Rude (again)

    22 days ago

    These two just can't shake each other; they're going toe to toe every race. It was the same last night on the Pro Stage - take a look at how it went down here



  • Rude leads the race

    22 days ago

    Rude wins the Queen Stage and so still leads the race - but there's only one second between him and Moir! These pair are so close every race it's insane! And with 2 stages left to go this race is still very much wide open. Zakarias Johansen retains his 3rd place in the overall

  • Rude wins!

    22 days ago

    Richi wins the Queen Stage!

  • Can Rude beat that time?

    22 days ago

    It's going to be tight

  • MOIR!

    22 days ago

    Jack leads stage 3 by 6 secs! Rude still to come

  • Zak!

    22 days ago

    Zakarias into the lead! He's less than 1 second up on Deniaud but it's looking good for him to maintain his position in the overall!

  • Melamed

    22 days ago

    Jesse comes through fourth - he's looking so fast but the racing is so tight it doesn't look like he's on for a podium this round. Although we'd never count him out completely!

  • Canyon

    22 days ago

    Canyon Collective are currently leading the team standings and between Borges, Moir and Tordo it's not hard to see why

  • Vidal

    22 days ago

    Something must have happened to Antoine - finishes the Queen Stage in 127th position

  • Wallner

    22 days ago

    Robin comes through in 12th - we wonder if the neck problems he had last week are still causing him issues

  • Slawomir Lukasik

    22 days ago

    Keep an eye on this Polish privateer - he's been posting impressive times all season - we bet the team managers are taking note!

  • Miquel

    22 days ago

    Big Kevin Miquel of Specialized into 2nd

  • Youn Deniaud now leads 3

    22 days ago

    Deniaud is in the lead on stage 3 currently - great ride from him so far today

  • Top 10 men

    22 days ago

    The top 10 men are about to start dropping into stage 3 now and last man down will be race leader Rude. But with less than a second separating him and second placed Moir, expect some very, very fast times indeed

  • Jeandel

    22 days ago

    We're getting towards the sharp end of the men's field on the Queen's Stage and Sunn rider Louis Jeandel has the early lead, with Sam Hill just half a second back in 2nd place

  • Top 30 men next

    22 days ago

    The top 30 men are up next on the Queen Stage and it's still all to play for; Moir won stage 2 to reduce Richie's race lead to just half a second but last time the pair raced this stage it was Moir who won. It's way too close to call!

  • Women's overall after 3

    22 days ago

    So after 3 stages the women's overall looks like this;

    1. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    2. Harriet Harnden

    3. Melanie Pugin

    4. Isabeau Courdurier

    5. Noga Korem


  • Go ALN

    22 days ago

    Last night ALN ad to go to hospital to have that ankle x-rayed after a dab in the rock garden during the Pro Stage did some hefty damage. She wasn't even sure if she'd be taking the start today - and not only is she racing, but she's just won he Queen Stage has extended her lead over Hattie Harnden to 9 seconds with two stages left to go. Insane performance from Andreane!

  • Andreane wins 3!

    22 days ago

    Wow! not only does ALN win the Queen Stage, but she does it by an incredible 7 seconds!

  • ALN DOES IT!

    22 days ago

    Andreane wins the stage!

  • Pugin goes into 2nd

    22 days ago

    Only ALN left - can she beat Hattie's time?!

  • Charre

    22 days ago

    Charre can't beat her time either - into 4th

  • Isabeau Courdurier

    22 days ago

    Isa goes 2nd - 4 seconds back

  • Harriet Harnden!

    22 days ago

    Hattie goes into the top spot on stage 3 with an insane 9 second lead! Just the top 3 women left on course now - can they beat her?

  • Ella

    22 days ago

    Conolly slots into 2nd place behind Baraona - the stage is still live though

  • ALN

    22 days ago

    After last night's Pro Stage win and a 4ht place finish on stage 2 ALN has the race lead coming into the Queen Stage - but only by 3 seconds. Harriet Harnden is right on her tail and wih ALN carrying a significant ankle injury this is going to be a battle for the Rocky Mountain rider

  • Bex!

    22 days ago

    Baraona into the lead - great to see her back in the mix

  • Top Women on 3

    22 days ago

    The top women are on stage 3 now and it's Cube Action Team's veronica Bruchle with the early lead

  • Race One

    22 days ago

    There's 20 minutes until the top women reach stage 3 - just enough time to check out what happened in race one on Thursday! We'll be back at 12:45 CET



  • Karim Amour wins Masters!

    22 days ago

    Karim does it again! Amour wins Masters, the former champ shakes off a disappointing Pro Stage result to win the race! Race one winner Adrian Vesenbeckh takes 2nd and Mads Weidemann goes 3rd

  • Simonka Kuchynkova

    22 days ago

    Kuchynkova leads the U21 women after 3 stages by an incredible 33 seconds. Italian Sophie Riva is in 2nd and Justine Henry of France is in 3rd

  • U21 Men

    22 days ago

    The U21 Men are just trough stage 3 and it's still Luke Meier Smith who's out front, followed by Jamie Edmondson in 2nd and Jackson Goldstone in 3rd. Just one stage left for the young guns!

  • Queen Stage

    22 days ago

    Next up the riders are facing the Queen Stage - where extra points for the top 5 in each category are up for grabs. Stage 3 is Miniere which is just over 2.5km long and features 518 metres of descent. It featured as stage 2 in race one on Thursday and it was Richie Rude and Melanie Pugin who won it that time around - can they do the same again today? We've got about an hour before we find out

  • The overall is TIGHT!

    22 days ago

    Moir wins the stage but Rude still leads the race - just! That stage win means that Rude leads by less than half a second with 3 stages still to go. Zak is 5 seconds back in third place

  • Moir win 2!

    22 days ago

    Jack wins stage 2! But only by 0.6 of a second!

  • Moir leads!

    22 days ago

    Moir goes into the lead but Richie still on course!

  • Only Moir and Rude left

    22 days ago

    Next to cross the line should be Moir and then Rude - can Richie keep that race lead?!

  • ZAK!

    22 days ago

    Zak Johansen into the stage 2 lead by less than 1 second!

  • Melamed

    22 days ago

    Jesse crosses the stage 2 finish in 8th. and we hear he had a crash - it's cost him time but he's still in contention

  • Borges

    22 days ago

    Moir's Canyon team mate crosses the line in 2nd. The Portuguese rider is on incredible form this season and we wouldn't be surprised to see him on some podiums this season

  • Rude

    22 days ago

    Race leader Rude is the last man on course and he's just left the start of stage 2 so all men are now on course and we should know the winner very soon!

  • Adrien Dailly

    22 days ago

    Dailly goes 2nd and cuts Youn's lead to 3 seconds

  • Zakarias Johansen

    22 days ago

    Keep an eye out for Ibis' Zak coming in - he finished a career best third place in last night's Pro Stage and we have a feeling that confidence boost will see him push hard today

  • Oton

    22 days ago

    Damien Oton crossed the line in 17th. La Thuile was Oton's first ever win all the way back in 2014

  • Kevin Miquel

    22 days ago

    Miquel can't match it, comes through 2nd

  • What a time!

    22 days ago

    Youn takes 6 seconds off Woolley's time - that's a very, very fast time indeed

  • Youn Deniaud leads 2!

    22 days ago

    Deniaud into the lead!

  • Woolley

    22 days ago

    Wolley's time is holding, as is Stuttard's in 2nd place - but the top 10 men are about to come down and we don't think he'll be able to hold off Rude or Moir

  • Kasper Woolley

    22 days ago

    Woolley goes into the lead on 2 - great time from this up and coming Yeti rider. He's the first man to sub 6 minutes on the stage

  • Hill into lead!

    22 days ago

    Sam crosses the line in the lead - just half a second up on Galy! But the 2018 La Thuile winner doesn't seem to be on form this season and we don't think a repeat victory is on the cards for him today

  • Men on 2 now

    22 days ago

    The top men are dropping into stage 2 now and it's Sunn rider Theo Galy with the early lead with Rude's Yeti team mate Shawn Neer in 2nd and Leigh johnson in 3rd

  • On board with Hattie

    22 days ago

    While we wait for the top 30 men to hit stage 2, take a full race run down the Pro Stage with Hattie Harnden right here



  • Andreane still leads the race!

    22 days ago

    ALN's 4th place finish on stage 2 is enough to maintain that overall race lead - but Harriet Harnden is now just 3 seconds back in 2nd place. Courdurier moves up to 3rd in the overall and is just 1 second behind Harnden. Pugin lies 4th and is just half a second back - these times are TIGHT!

  • Hattie wins stage 2!

    22 days ago

    Harnden wins stage 2! Courdurier goes 2nd and Pugin 3rd

  • ALN goes 4th!

    22 days ago

    Hattie wins the stage!

  • Noga goes 4th

    22 days ago

    Korem crosses the stage 2 finish line in 4th - only ALN to come now

  • Pugin goes 3rd

    22 days ago

    Where's Andreane?

  • Only Pugin and ALN left

    22 days ago

    Just two riders left on track

  • Isabeau Courdurier

    22 days ago

    Isa in 2nd - 1 second behind Hattie

  • Ella

    22 days ago

    And Ella into 2nd - hattie is an amazing 11 seconds up!

  • Harriet Harnden!

    22 days ago

    Hattie into the lead on stage 2 now!

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    22 days ago

    After her win on the Pro Stage last night ALN will be the last woman down each stage today - but that ankle injury she picked up last night sounds pretty nasty and she's got a job of work to do if she's going to be able to maintain the 7 second lead she gained last night

  • Bex!

    22 days ago

    Bex Baraona of Ibis comes through in 2nd just a sliver behind Richter - great to see her back after that nasty crash in Val Di Fassa a couple of weeks ago

  • Raphaela Richter

    22 days ago

    Juliana rider Richter has taken the early lead on stage two - this young German rider has a couple of EWS podiums to her name and is definitely one to keep an eye out for

  • Women on 2

    22 days ago

    The top women are starting to drop into stage 2 now and the conditions are looking perfect for them; blue skies, bright sun and trails that are drying out nicely

  • Today's stages

    22 days ago

    And if you want to see what today's stages look like, check out our Course Preview from earlier in the week



  • Men's race

    22 days ago

    Meanwhile in the men's race it's still all about the Jack Moir Vs Richie Rude battle. Rude won the Pro Stage last night by less than a second. He also won race one - but Moir was ill with a stomach infection at the first round and is now back on form - this battle is far from over!

  • Here we go...

    22 days ago

    It's the last day of racing here at Vittoria EWS La Thuile and after last night's Pro Stage, it looks like we are in quite for the battle on today's four stages. ALN smashed the women's field last night to take the stage by 7 seconds - unfortunately dislocating her ankle in the process. She's still planning to take the start but she's going to have a battle to stave off the likes of Pugin, Courdurier and Charre with an injury like that

  • Welcome to Race 2!

    22 days ago

    Good morning and welcome to race 2 at Vittoria EWS La Thuile! The Pro Stage went down in spectacular fashion last night and there's four more stages left to go today. We'll be here from 11am CET bring you all in the action, but in the meantime here's what happened last night



  • And it's not over yet!

    23 days ago

    But don't forget - this race is far from over! There's 4 more stages on the menu at Vittoria EWS La Thuile tomorrow and we'll be here to bring you it all. See you then!

  • Women's Pro Stage

    23 days ago

    And the women's Pro Stage results are;

    1. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    2. Noga Korem

    3. Melanie Pugin

    4. Hattie Harnden

    5. Isabeau Courdurier

  • Men's Pro Stage results

    23 days ago

    All results remain provisional at this stage, but here are the Pro Stage results;

    1. Richie Rude

    2. Jack Moir

    3. Zakarias Johansen

    4. Eddie Masters

    5. Jesse Melamed

  • It's tight!

    23 days ago

    Rude does it again, he wins the Pro Stage! But the battle between him and Moir is only intensifying - they will start tomorrow's race with less than a second separating them! Zak Johansen finishes 3rd and is 4 seconds back

  • Rude wins!

    23 days ago

    He does it! Richie Rude wins the Pro Stage!

  • Jack Moir!

    23 days ago

    Moir is in the lead! 4 seconds up! What can Rude do about that?!

  • Adrien Dailly

    23 days ago

    Dailly into 4th - he was on the podium on Thursday so it's a solid result for him to back that up with but we think he would have been hoping for more

  • Zakarias Johansen

    23 days ago

    Being back on Ibis obviously suits the Swedish rider - he's having a great start to this race

  • Zakarias Johansen!

    23 days ago

    Big Zak of Ibis is now in the lead!

  • Matt Waker

    23 days ago

    Eddie's team mate Walker comes through 5th

  • Slawomir Lukasik

    23 days ago

    Keep an eye out for this Privateer Polish rider - he's lying 3rd currently!

  • Eddie!

    23 days ago

    Eddie Masters into the lead!

  • Charlie Murray

    23 days ago

    And don't forget if you want to see some of today's Pro Stage in real time, head to our Instagram stories where Specialized's Charlie Murray has taken over our stories for the day!

  • Hugo Pigeon into 2nd

    23 days ago

    Big Bird himself Hugo Pigeon goes 2nd. It's tight times here - the top 3 are all within the same second!

  • Sam Hill

    23 days ago

    Sam Hill crosses the line and just misses out on a top 10 spot, he sits 11th currently

  • Clement Charles

    23 days ago

    Clement Charles now into the lead - less than 1 second up on Neer

  • Today's conditions

    23 days ago

    Today's conditions could not be more different from earlier in the week; blue skies, a hot sun and some trails that are getting dryer, not wetter

  • Shawn Neer!

    23 days ago

    Rude's Yeti team mate Neer now into the lead!

  • Rude

    23 days ago

    Richie will be the last man down today's Pro Stage as the series leader - we caught up with him yesterday to see how he was feeling ahead of round 4



  • Christian Textor

    23 days ago

    That's a great time from Texti - there's a few of the top 30 men coming through now and they haven't been able to unseat him yet. But with a stacked field of men about to hit the stage, expect that leader board to change soon

  • Top 30 men next

    23 days ago

    Next on course will be the top 30 men...

  • Andreane nails it

    23 days ago

    ALN has absolutely nailed the Pro Stage! She'll start tomorrow in pole position with a 7 seconds lead ahead of Noga Korem in 2nd and 8 seconds ahead of Pugin in 3rd

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau wins!

    23 days ago

    She does it! ALN wins the Pro Stage! Noga goes 2nd and Pugin 3rd!

  • Isabeau Courdurier into 4th

    23 days ago

    Isa goes 4th - just Charre and Pugin left on course now

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    23 days ago

    ALN smashes the time! She's now in the lead by 7 seconds - we have a feeling she could be in for another podium finish this weekend!

  • Noga Korem!

    23 days ago

    Noga goes faster! She's into the lead with Ella Conolly in 2nd. Great ride from her!

  • Top women on course

    23 days ago

    That's the top women on course now - and it's Juliana rider Raphaela Richter who leads the pack! The German trainee optician has put down a fast time and is leading 2nd placed Miranda Miller by just under one second

  • Top Women up next

    23 days ago

    Next to drop into the Pro Stage will be the top women. Melanie Pugin has won two of the three races this season and that includes the one held here on Thursday. She's definitely the favourite going into the Pro Stage today - we caught up with her yesterday to see how she was feeling ahead of round 4



  • Christian Textor!

    23 days ago

    Christian goes into the lead on the Pro Stage! The Team Bulls rider from Germany is in the lead and under a second up on Orange Factory Racing's Lachlan Blair.

  • Edgar Carballo Gonzalez leads!

    23 days ago

    Orbea rider Edgar takes the early lead on the Pro Stage and fellow Spaniard Iago Garay of Santa Cruz lies 2nd - but the stage is still live and there's some very, very fast men still to come!

  • Men on course now

    23 days ago

    The men (outside of the top 30) are on course now, they'll be followed by the top 30 women and then the top 30 men. Here's how the riders were faring when they practised the Pro Stage just a couple of hours ago



  • Riva wins U21 Women

    23 days ago

    Italian racer Sophie River was back on top in the U21 Women, putting herself in prime position for tomorrow’s stages. Simonka Kuchynkova came second and Justine Henry third.

  • Francescu Camoin

    23 days ago

    There was some crazy tight racing in the U21 Men! Francescu Camoin of Specialized Enduro Team took the win - with round three winner Luke Meier-Smith just 0.14 secs behind! Jackson Goldstone was third and only three tenths of a second back!

  • Picton out

    23 days ago

    In the Master Women Series leader Leonie Picton of Liv Racing did not take the start after an injury in race one, leaving the field wide open for Sandra Bohn Thomsen to get the stage win. Former Series Champ Mary Mcconneloug of the USA went second and Yulia Repkin Birman of Israel went third.

  • Master Men

    23 days ago

    First to drop into the stage this afternoon were the Master Men, where race 1 winner Adrian Vesenbeckh of Germany took the win. Former Series Champ Karim Amour came in second place and nearly 5 seconds back and Mads Weidemann third.

  • Here we go!

    23 days ago

    Hello and welcome to the Pro Stage! This short, fast stage kicks off race 2 at Vittoria EWS La Thuile and not only offers up extra points for the top 5 in each category, but also determines the seeding order of tomorrow’s race.

  • Welcome to Race 2!

    23 days ago

    Welcome to Vittoria EWS La Thuile race 2! There's a big day of racing ahead - the amateurs are out on course taking part in the EWS100 and EWS80, whilst the top riders are getting ready to tackle the Pro Stage later this afternoon. We'll be here from 16:00 CET to bring you all the action and in the meantime here's what went down at race one



Stage Leaders

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Overall Leaders

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Last Finishers

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