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  • See you in Madeira!

    23 days ago

    We'll be back in May for round three on the beautiful island of Madeira to do it all over again and to see if Maes and Courdurier can continue their winning streak. Keep an eye on our site and social media for full results, videos and more from this weekend. G'day!

  • Thank you Tasi!

    23 days ago

    Everyone was excited to come back to Derby to race and it's easy to see why - amazing trails, great organisation and probably the best crowds on earth anywhere! Thanks you to all the riders, teams, media, organisers and most of all the fans!

  • Full results

    23 days ago

    Full results from the race will be posted on enduroworldseries.com soon - until then all results are considered provisional

  • Maes

    23 days ago

    So there we have it - Maes wins the first two races of the year and leads the series!

  • Men's overall

    23 days ago

    The men's overall race (provisional results) are;

    1 Martin Maes
    2 Florian Nicolai
    3 Connor Fearon
    4 Remi Gauvin
    5 Kevin Miquel

  • Martin Maes wins!

    23 days ago

    Maes wins the race! He finishes 4th on stage 6 and finishes with a 17 second lead!

  • Hill wins the stage!

    23 days ago

    But.. Martin wins the race!

  • Top 5 on course

    23 days ago

    There's just a few men left on course - and if Martin has a smooth run on Trouty he should have this in the bag

  • Masters

    23 days ago

    Eddie Masters comes in and goes 4th

  • Hill!!

    23 days ago

    Sam comes in and knocks Connor off the hot seat - he's got a 1 second lead on stage 6 at present, but it won't be enough to trouble Maes

  • Ruaridh Cunningham finishes stage

    23 days ago

    He comes in 2nd, less than a second back from Fearon! Great ride from him

  • Yoann Barelli finishes stage 6

    23 days ago

    Yoann comes through in 2nd, he's 3 secs back on Connor

  • Men's overall

    23 days ago

    Coming into stage 6 it was man of the moment Martin Maes leading the race, with Florian Nicolai in 2nd and Connor Fearon in 3rd. Can anything stop Maes from taking the win here now?

  • Top 30 men on 6

    23 days ago

    The top 30 men are on stage 6 now and it's Connor Fearon who leads the stage right now

  • Women's overall results

    23 days ago

    After all 6 stages the (provisional) results are:

    1 Isabeau Coudurier
    2 Jill Kintner
    3 Rowena Fry
    4 Noga Korem
    5 ALN

  • Aaw!

    23 days ago

    A big hug from Isabeau at the finish from 4th placed Noga Korem

  • Isabeau had puncture

    23 days ago

    Isa actually had a slow puncture on stage 6 and still wins the race by 22 seconds, what a legend!

  • Women's results

    23 days ago

    So for the second time, Isabeau wins in Tasmania. She finishes 22 seconds up on Jill Kintner who podiums at her first EWS race and local hero Rowena Fry takes third!

  • Isabeau Courdurier wins race!

    23 days ago

    Isabeau does it! She wins round 2!

  • Jill wins stage 6!

    23 days ago

    But Isabeau wins the race!

  • Jill Kintner

    23 days ago

    Coming into this stage Jill was sitting in 2nd place and Isabeau had a 24 second lead over her - this is the final stage of the day and there's still women on course. But what we want to know is if Kintner is ging to end up on the podium at first ever EWS race!

  • Jill finishes stage 6

    23 days ago

    And outs a huge 12 second gap between her and 2nd placed Rowena

  • Stage 6 video

    23 days ago



  • Stage 6

    23 days ago

    We've got a bit of a wait before the pros hit the final stage of the day, the infamous Trouty. Here's what the riders will face on the very last stage...

  • Harris wins U21 women!

    23 days ago

    And the U21 women have finished the race and Harris takes a clean sweep of the stages to win comfortably over Laura Craft

  • Michelle Gane wins!

    23 days ago

    Michelle wins the Master Women's category, taking all but one of the stage wins. Mary Mcconneloug takes 2nd

  • U21 Men

    23 days ago

    The U21 men have finished the race and Antoine Vidal smokes the competition to win by 15 seconds! Romy Kyme 2nd and Kasper Wolley is 3rd

  • Lionel Sequera wins!

    23 days ago

    Lionel wins Masters! Karim mounted a challenge but it wasn't enough and Lionel wins by less than a second. Jeff Beeston is 3rd

  • sportsmanship

    23 days ago

    How's that for sportsmanship? Melamed and Maes helping Kevin Miquel fix that punctue at the finish of stage 5

  • Kevin Miquel

    23 days ago

    That stage 5 puncture has cost Miquel time - he's dropped into 4th place but is only 2 seconds off 3rd place so it's all to play for on stage 6

  • Connor Fearon

    23 days ago

    Connor is in 3rd place with four seconds to make up on Nicolai

  • Just one stage left

    23 days ago

    There's just one stage left in this race, and Martin Maes will take to the start line with an 18 second lead over Florian Nicolai

  • Overall after stage 5

    23 days ago

    So after 5 stages the overall looks like this:

    1 Martin Maes
    2 Florian Nicolai
    3 Connor Fearon
    4 Kevin Miquel
    5 Remi Gauvin

  • stage 5

    23 days ago

    Stage 5 results:

    1 Jesse melamed
    2 Connor Fearon
    3 Remi Gauvin
    4 Florian Nicolai
    5 Robin Wallner

  • Martin Maes timing update

    23 days ago

    Maes goes 6th on stage 5! Melamed wins the stage!

  • Jesse Melamed!!

    23 days ago

    Takes stage lead - can Martin do better though?

  • Sam Hill finishes stage

    23 days ago

    and goes into 7th

  • Remi Gauvin finishes stage

    23 days ago

    and Remi goes into 2nd, it's still Fearon out in the lead

  • Martin Maes starts stage

    23 days ago

    Martin is on stage 5 - we hear he looks insanely fast and smooth through those rocks

  • Robin Wallner finishes stage

    23 days ago

    Robin finishes the stage, goes into 2nd

  • Kevin Miquel

    23 days ago

    Will that puncture have cost him his podium spot? He was 2nd coming into this stage

  • Kevin Miquel has a puncture

    23 days ago

    Oh no - he punctured on stage 5 and is trying to fix it now

  • Adrien Dailly

    23 days ago

    Dailly is right behind Connor in 2nd - but any minute now the top 30 men will drop in and they'll be doing their best to beat that time

  • Stage 5 Men

    23 days ago

    It's the top 30 men's turn to tackle stage 5 now and once more it's Connor Fearon who leads the stage as they take to the start line

  • Courdurier extends lead

    23 days ago

    With just one stage left in this race Isabeau has extended her lead over Jill to an impressive 24 seconds!

  • Overall after stage 5

    23 days ago

    So the overall after stage 5 is now;

    1 Isabeau Courdurier
    2 Jill Kintner
    3 Rowena Fry
    4 ALN
    5 Noga Korem

  • Isabeau Courdurier wins

    23 days ago

    Isabeau wins stage 5!! Noga 2nd and Kintner 3rd!

  • Kintner

    23 days ago

    And right behind Noga is Jill Kintner - just a couple of women left on track - including race leader Isabeau Courdurier

  • Stage 5

    23 days ago

    Noga Korem is leading stage 5!

  • Back in an hour

    23 days ago

    We'll be back in an hour to bring you all the action from stage 5 - and here's what they'll be racing



  • Martin Maes

    23 days ago

    And here's Martin giving everyone a masterclass on stages 2 and 3 this morning!



  • It's getting exciting!

    23 days ago

    Maes is the only consistent in the men's race, the riders behind him chop and change position nearly every stage, but Martin keeps his cool and is now 17 secs up with 2 stages to go

  • Overall after S4

    23 days ago

    1 Martin Maes
    2 Kevin Miquel
    3 Florian Nicolai
    4 Connor Fearon
    5 Keegan Wright

  • stage 4 results

    23 days ago

    1 Kevin Miquel
    2 Martin Maes
    3 Remi Gauvin
    4 Max Chapuis
    5 Florian Nicolai

  • Kevin Miquel wins 4!

    23 days ago

    Kevin Miquel wins stage 4! Maes 2nd!!!

  • Miquel now leads!

    23 days ago

    Gauvin 2nd!

  • Chapuis

    23 days ago

    It's Specialized's latest signing Maxime Chapuis from Switzerland who is the current leader on stage 4!

  • Stage 4 - men next

    23 days ago

    Next up are the top 30 men - we'll have they're results very soon

  • Morgane Charre

    23 days ago

    That stage 4 crash costs Charre -she drops out of the top 3 and is now sitting in 7th, pushing Noga Korem up to sixth

  • overall after stage 4

    23 days ago

    1 Isabeau Courdurier
    2 Jill Kintner
    3 Rowena Fry
    4 ALN
    5 Bex Baraona

  • stage 4

    23 days ago

    Stage 4 results:

    1 rowena Fry
    2 Isabeau Courdurier
    3 Jill Kintner
    4 ALN
    5 Bex Baraona

  • Rowena Fry wins

    23 days ago

    Fry wins stage 4! Beats Isabeau by just one 1 second!

  • Morgane Charre has crashed

    23 days ago

    she crashes on stage 4! She's ok but it will have cost her time

  • Stage 4

    23 days ago

    And here's what the women are about to drop into, stage 4



  • Men's overall

    23 days ago

    1 Martin Maes
    2 Jesse Melamed
    3 Keegan Wright
    4 Connor Fearon
    5 Florian Nicolai

  • Maes extends lead

    23 days ago

    We've reached the halfway point in the race and Maes is now extending that lead - he's 14 seconds up! And a brilliant stage 3 time has pushed Jesse Melamed up into second, with Keegan Wright in 3rd

  • Martin Maes wins stage 3

    23 days ago

    Race and series leader Martin Maes wins stage 3! Jesse Melamed is just over 1 sec back and Keegan Wright goes 3rd

  • wins

    23 days ago

    Martin does it! Wins another stage!

  • Hill

    23 days ago

    Is the start of a comeback from Hill? He was unwell in Rotorua and we hear he's still not feeling great, but that's a good time on stage 3, although whether it will hold off the likes of Maes, Nicolai and Wright remains to be seen

  • Masters

    23 days ago

    And Eddie Masters is in 2nd!

  • Hill!

    23 days ago

    Sam Hill is now leading stage 3!

  • Men next up on 3

    23 days ago

    Next up on stage 3 will be the top 30 men...

  • Women's overall after 3 stages

    23 days ago

    So after 3 stages, Isabeau has extended her lead in the overall to a healthy 10 seconds! Morgane Charre moves back up to second and just 1 second behind her is Jill Kintner in 3rd!

  • Isabeau wins 3!

    23 days ago

    Isabeau wins stage 3! Charre 2nd, ALN 3rd

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau leads

    23 days ago

    ALN is now leading stage 3! She's nearly half a second up on Fry!

  • Rae Morrison into 3rd

    23 days ago

    Kiwi rider Rae comes through 3rd

  • Fry leads 3!

    23 days ago

    The women are on stage 3 now and it's Rowena Fry who beats Kintner this time around! But only by 0.6 of a sec - will Isabeau be able to maintain that 5 second lead over Kintner she had coming into this stage? We'll know very soon!

  • Connor Fearon finishes stage 3

    23 days ago

    And goes into the lead! He's just over 1 second up but with lots of fast guys still to come - can that position hold?

  • Adrien Dailly finishes stage 3

    23 days ago

    And goes into the lead! But after injuries plagued him last season and forced him to miss 5 races he's not in the top 30 men - so there are a lot of fast men to get down stage 3 behind him

  • Stage 3

    23 days ago

    Meanwhile, the pro men and women are on their way to stage 3 - and here's what they'll be racing



  • Master women

    23 days ago

    And the master women are also through four stages - Aussie Michelle Gane is leading former champ Mary Mcconneloug by 24 seconds

  • Fenella Harris

    23 days ago

    In the U21 women Harris is extending her lead over Laura Craft, and with just 2 stages left Fenella looks set for the to step of the podium just like in Rotorua last weekend

  • Lionel Sequera leads Masters!

    23 days ago

    And after 4 stages in the Masters competition Lionel Sequera leads fellow Frenchman and reigning champ Karim Amour! By a huge 18 seconds! That's a lot for Amour to make up on 2 stages. Jeffrey Beeston of Australia is 42 secs back in third

  • Antoine Vidal timing update

    23 days ago

    After 3 stages it's Antoine Vidal of Commencal who is leading the U21 men! But less than 2 secs back is NZ's Brady Stone and Roly Kyme is 3 secs back in 3rd. Just two stages left for them in this race!

  • What a race!

    23 days ago

    Martin looks like he could be running away with this race too, just like Rotorua. Of the seven stages raced so far this season he has won them all!

  • Men's overall after 2 stages

    23 days ago

    Now looks like this;
    1 Martin Maes
    2 Connor Fearon
    3 Florian Nicolai
    4 Jesse Melamed
    5 Keegan Wright

  • men stage 2

    23 days ago

    Maes wins stage 2 by just 2 seconds! Keegan Wright 2nd and Connor Fearon 3rd

  • Martin Maes wins

    23 days ago

    Martin wins stage 2!!!!

  • Keegan Wright finishes stage

    23 days ago

    Wright goes into the lead - just Martin left to come!

  • Jesse Melamed!

    23 days ago

    Jesse goes into 2nd but is only half a second off Connor's leading time!

  • Wyn Masters finishes stage

    23 days ago

    and goes 2nd, Hill back to 3rd!

  • Maes

    23 days ago

    All eyes up the hill now to see what Martin can do - can he beat fearon's time?!

  • Sam Hill

    23 days ago

    goes into 2nd!

  • Greg Callaghan

    23 days ago

    is sitting in 3rd just 1 sec back on team mate Zak

  • Zakarias Johansen

    23 days ago

    goes into 2nd! Greg's Cube team mate has a blinder of a run!

  • Greg Callaghan

    23 days ago

    Greg says the crowds are the loudest he's ever experienced - and coming from the man who at home in ireland two years in a row, that really is saying something!

  • Connor Fearon

    23 days ago

    That time from Connor is good though - but some big hitters in the form of Hill, Maes, Melamed etc still to come

  • Joshua Carlson

    23 days ago

    Josh goes into second on stage 2! The big Aussie will be frothing!

  • Pedro Burns

    23 days ago

    Trek rider Pedro into 4th!

  • Theo Galy finishes stage

    23 days ago

    Theo comes through stage 2 into 3rd - great time from him!

  • Top 30 men on stage 2 next

    23 days ago

    So now here come the top 30 men on stage 2 - Connor Fearon currently leads with a six second advantage over Joe Nation - can race leader Martin Maes put paid to that?

  • Women's race

    23 days ago

    The women's race has really gone up a notch again this year - last weekend the women's race was closer than the men's - and it looks like the same could well happen here in Tasi

  • Wow!

    23 days ago

    Crazy! Stage 2 was Kintner's second ever EWS race stage and she just won it by 3 seconds ahead of race and series leader isabeau. That is ome achievement, and it bumps Jill up into 2nd in the overall as well. This race just got FUN!

  • Women's overall

    23 days ago

    1 Isabeau Courdurier
    2 Jill Kintner
    3 Morgane Charre
    4 Rowena Fry
    5 Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

  • Women's overall

    23 days ago

    So after 2 stages Isabeau still leads the race - but Kintner moves up to 2nd and Morgane Charre drops into 3rd

  • Jill Kintner wins

    23 days ago

    She absolutely will! Jill wins stage 2! Isabeau 2nd and Morgane Charre 3rd!

  • Noga Korem timing update

    23 days ago

    She goes into 2nd! Will Kitner win her second ever EWS race stage?!

  • Ella Conolly general information

    23 days ago

    goes into 3rd! It's her first year in the elite category after dominating the U21 for the last couple of years - she is a star of the future

  • Rowena Fry finishes stage

    23 days ago

    but is 7 seconds back on Jill to sit in 2nd for now. Rowena is a former xc racer and once shared a podium with Cecile Ravanel in the Swiss cup in 2009

  • Rowena Fry

    23 days ago

    Keep an eye out for local rider Rowena - she was sitting in 3rd after stage one and could def be on for a podium finish here

  • Women on 2 now - Kintner leads

    23 days ago

    That's the women on stage 2 now - Jill Kintner currently leads by a whopping 22 seconds but there are still a lot of fast women on course

  • Connor

    23 days ago

    That time from his is very significant for the overall - he started day 2 in 2nd place behind Martin Maes. He lagged Maes by just 6 seconds after stage 1, so the overall is still very much within his sights right now. However, the top 30 ranked men are still to come down. And to draw out that tension for a little longer the women will be starting stage 2 any minute - and then the top 30 men will drop and we can see how Fearon's time stacks up. It's getting exciting!

  • Connor Fearon finishes stage

    23 days ago

    and goes 6 seconds faster! he now leads stage 2!

  • Marco Osborne

    23 days ago

    Marco goes into 3rd on stage 2!

  • Mckay Vezina

    23 days ago

    Is through stage 2 safely. The Giant Team rider had a big crash on stage 6 during practice and hurt his shoulder, but he's back at it again and currently sits 4th on stage 2

  • Adrien Dailly finishes stage

    23 days ago

    Adrien Dailly won last time we raced in Tasi, but he's just come through stage 2 and is currently sitting 5th. He missed most of last season thanks to an elbow injury and hurt it again in Rotorua. He likely won't be on the podium this time around but it's great to see him back racing

  • Jo Nation finishes stage

    23 days ago

    and goes into the lead! The Pole rider is in the hot seat with Dan Booker in 2nd and Dave MacMillan into 3rd - stage still live though with more men to come

  • Daniel Wolfe

    23 days ago

    Dan Wolfe saying that the toughest thing about stage 2 is how intense the top section is, right from the start.

  • Detonate

    23 days ago

    And of you're feeling brave, take a ride down stage 2 - aka detonate - here!



  • timing update

    23 days ago

    Atkinson's time is looking good on stage 2 so far, but there's plenty of men left on course. We hear Detonate is getting pretty rowdy - it's dry here today and the tracks are going to be loose!

  • Karim Amour has lost the lead!

    23 days ago

    The Master Men are through stage 2 - and Karim Amour started the race in the lead but after stage 2 he's been pushed into 2nd by Lionel Sequera of France! But Amour is only half a second back and there's four stages to go. This is going to be good!

  • Gabriel III Amigo

    23 days ago

    And here we have Gabriel Amigo through stage 2 - he's currently sitting in 20th on the stage in his first EWS. he's come all the way from the Philippines to race

  • Rhys Atkinson

    23 days ago

    He finished stage 1 in 7th place and is now leading stage 2. Is this local Tasi legend on for a top 10 finish? It's looking good!

  • Atkinson!

    23 days ago

    Ok, this race is go! The first men are dropping into stage 2 now, and it's currently local trail builder Rhys Atkinson who leads!

  • Back in one hour

    23 days ago

    We'll be back in an hour as the U21 men start to come through the first stage of the day, but in the meantime, here's what happened yesterday on stage 1



  • Today's schedule

    23 days ago

    So it's a few hours yet before the pros even leave the paddock to start that liaison to stage one, so don't expect any timing updates for a while yet

  • That rock crack though!

    23 days ago

    The narrow rock gap on Detonate gained instant notoriety when pictures of it first emerged in 2017 - it's not for the faint hearted. But rather then tell you about it - check out the full stage courtesy of our hosts this weekend, the amazing EMS Enduro



  • Detonate

    23 days ago

    Detonate was the first ever recipient of the Specialized Trail of the Year Award in 2017 - an award voted for by the riders, team managers and media that attend every round.

  • Welcome back!

    23 days ago

    It's race day 2 and the first riders are just setting off from the Little Rivers Event Village in Derby now. There's five big stages on the menu today, and first up we have Derby's most famous trail, the increasingly iconic Detonate

  • We'll be back

    24 days ago

    That's it for today but we'll be back Sunday at 09:45am AET // Saturday 20:45 GMT // Saturday 21:45 CET // Saturday 12:45 PST

    In the meantime, here's what to expect from tomorrow's stages. See you then!



  • Results

    24 days ago

    The results are still provisional at this stage and with 5 stages left this race is still very, very far from over!

  • What a race!

    24 days ago

    So that's it - day one racing is done with just that one stage for Saturday. But what an important stage it is - offering an extra 40 series points to the winners in the men's and women's race., and an extra 25 in the U21 and Master categories

  • Top 5 Men

    24 days ago

    So the provisional results for the men are;

    1 Martin Maes
    2 Connor Fearon
    3 Florian Nicolai
    4 Jesse Melamed
    5 Kevin Miquel

  • Martin Maes wins

    24 days ago

    he wins stage 1 by 6 seconds!!

  • Martin Maes wins

    24 days ago

    Maes wins stage 1!

  • Cole Lucas

    24 days ago

    comes through in 7th - another rider having a very strong start to their season!

  • Robin Wallner finishes stage

    24 days ago

    and goes into 9th!

  • Miquel, Gauvin

    24 days ago

    Kevin Miquel and Remi Gauvin into 2nd and 3rd respectively

  • Jose Borges finishes stage

    24 days ago

    Jose comes through 8th - but all eyes o the hill are looking for Maes now

  • Martin Maes

    24 days ago

    Where's Maes? Has he got an answer for Connor Fearon?!

  • Sam Hill finishes stage

    24 days ago

    and goes into 5th with more riders still to come!

  • Graeme Mudd

    24 days ago

    Great to see Aussie talent in the top 3 - currently Connor Fearon, Rhys Atkinson and Graham Mudd

  • Top 30 men start stage 1

    24 days ago

    That's the top 30 men on stage 1 now, and it's currently still Connor Fearon who has the lead

  • Katy Winton

    24 days ago

    And here's Katy - looks like she had a nasty crash up there but she's still all smiles - we'll get you more info on that when we have it

  • Stage 1 provisional results

    24 days ago

    1 Isabeau Courdurier
    2 Morgane Charre
    3 Rowena Fry
    4 Andreane Lanthier-Nadeau
    5 Jill Kintner

  • Morgane Charre

    24 days ago

    Morgane is also having a great start to the season - she was 2nd in Rotorua and is now sitting 2nd behind Isabeau after today

  • Isabeau Courdurier is on fire!

    24 days ago

    She won here in 2017, she won last weekend's race in Rotorua and now she's won stage 1 - the Queen's stage for an extra 40 points - and will start tomorrow's stages with a 4 second lead

  • Isabeau Courdurier wins!

    24 days ago

    Isabeau wins the stage! Charre 2nd and Rowena Fry 3rd!

  • Nearly...

    24 days ago

    The stage is nearly finished, only a few women left on course and Tasi local Rowena is looking good - she's the Asia Pacific enduro champ and it shows!

  • 24 days ago

    Fry is scalping some big names here - her time is still holding - and ALN has just come in less than a second behind her!

  • Katy Winton has crashed!

    24 days ago

    She goes down hard on stage 1 but she's ok

  • Jill Kintner finishes stage...

    24 days ago

    ...but goes slower than Tasi local Rowena Fry by just 1 second! Jill is in 2nd, Leonie Picton in 3rd. What can the top 10 women do to unseat Rowena - we'll find out very soon!

  • Sharp end of men's field

    24 days ago

    The fast guys out with the top 30 are on course now - Kelan Grant, Joe Nation, Alex Cure and Marco Osborne are sitting in the current top 10 on stage 1

  • Connor Fearon finishes stage 1

    24 days ago

    and goes into the lead! The top 30 men are still to come, but he's the only man so far who's been faster than local trail builder Rhys Atkinson!

  • Adrien Dailly finishes stage 1

    24 days ago

    He says the rain has made it about slippy out there. The Frenchman missed most of last season due to elbow surgery, but he's back currently sits 5th on stage 1

  • Gabriel III Amigo finishes stage

    24 days ago

    And that's Gabriel Amigo through stage 1 - he's come all the way from the Philippines to race in derby, sitting in 15th currently

  • Crowds

    24 days ago

    There's some big crowds out there now on 1showing the riders plenty of love - they are noisy as!

  • Men on stage 1

    24 days ago

    That's the men out with the top 30 on stage 1 now and it's local trail builder Rhys Atkinson who currently leads!

  • Fenella Harris wins 1!

    24 days ago

    And it's an Aussie 1 2 in the U21 women - Fenella Harris leads Laura Craft by 33 seconds

  • Antoine Vidal wins stage 1!

    24 days ago

    Frenchman Antoine Vidal wins stage 1 in the U21 category! Great start to the race for him - he's got a 0.6sec lead going into tomorrow's stages over Brady Stone, but has also picked up those extra 25 Queen's Stage points

  • Nason

    24 days ago

    We're getting to the sharp end of the U21 men now and it's Aussie Luke Meier Smith leading the charfe, with Yeti's Duncan Nason just over 4 seconds back and Canada's Kasper Wooley in 3rd. Still men on course though

  • U21 Men on 1 now

    24 days ago

    That's the U21 men starting to come down stage 1 now - keep an eye out for Rotorua winner Brady Stone and Commencal's Antoine Vidal - they're the favourites this weekend

  • weather alert

    24 days ago

    There's a little bit of drizzle coming down in Derby, nothing dramatic, just enough to keep things nice and grippy out there

  • Rowena Fry finishes stage 1

    24 days ago

    and so far she's in the lead! But the top 30 women are still to come down - we're not sure Tassie local Rowena's 3 second lead will be enough to hold off the big guns like Isabeau and Ines etc

  • Amour wins 1!

    24 days ago

    Karim wins stage 1! He finishes less than a second ahead of France's Lionel Sequera, with Aussie Jeffrey Beeston in 3rd. That Queen stage win gives Karim a 40 point boost whatever happens in tomorrow's stages, but he remains the man to beat in the Master category and his season is off to the best possible start

  • Tasi crowds

    24 days ago

    Tasi crowds may just be the best crowds - they have turned out in their thousands for this race. And in true Tasi style organisers EMS Enduro have provided heckler spots complete with djs, bars and food. There is going to be a lot of (very) loud support for the riders out there today!

  • Master men start stage

    24 days ago

    That's the first couple of Master Men on stage 1 now - is it going to be Karim Amour's day? Again?!

  • 24 days ago

    And here's what the pros will be riding this weekend



  • Karim Amour on course

    24 days ago

    Miranda rider and reigning Master World Champ Karim Amour has just rolled off the start in the event village and is on his way to stage 1 now - expect blistering times from his again this weekend. He won comfortably in Rotorua last weekend and will be after more of the same

  • Rowena Fry on the start line

    24 days ago

    And here is EWS Asia Pacific Enduro Champ and Tassie local Rowena on the start line a few minutes ago - keep an eye out for her results this weekend. She won the Derby round of the Asia Pacific Series earlier this year and could do really well here again

  • Tasi 2017 recap

    24 days ago

    The EWS first visited this venue in 2017 - which in racing terms is a lifetime ago. If you need a reminder of what went down then, here's Ric with a quick recap



  • EWS100 - men on course

    24 days ago

    That's the first EWS100 men out on course now, with some very fast times coming in! The EWS100 is the race for riders who want to race the entire course but don't have enough points to pre-qualify. They race the exact same course as the pros, and in the process can earn themselves points to pre-qualify for the following season

  • See the stages

    24 days ago

    And don't forget if you ant to see the stages, they're all right here in the course preview, along with Ric McLaughlin, Chris Ball and a kangaroo...



  • Stage of the year?

    24 days ago

    There's already talk from riders that is has the potential to win the Specialized Trail of the Year Award - a bold claim this early in the season, but it gives you an idea of just how awesome the riding is here in Derby. Tasi was the first ever recipient of the award in 2017 for Detonate trail - which will be raced tomorrow as stage 2

  • Stage 1

    24 days ago

    How to describe stage 1? It's very fast, pretty wide with rocky flowy tech, and then finishes with some fun jumps towards the bottom

  • A rider favourite!

    24 days ago

    And here's what stage 1 looks like - Cody Kelley having no fun on it whatsoever during practice a few hours ago

  • Stage 1

    24 days ago

    At this race it's stage 1 that offers those extra points - and luckily for us we'll be seeing the pros ride it very soon. We are in for a very exciting day at the races!

  • Points!

    24 days ago

    And if you're wondering what the Queen's Stage is, you're not alone. Introduced for the first time this year, every race will have one stage designated as the Queen Stage, usually the longest or most demanding stage of the race. There are an extra 40 points up for grabs for the winners - enough to make a big difference to riders chasing series points and the overall series title

  • The Queen's stage

    24 days ago

    So aside from the EWS80, the rest of the field will start their race with the all important Queen Stage

  • EWS80 / EWS100

    24 days ago

    That's the EWS80 and EWS100 out on course now - and then not far behind them will be the pre qualified racers, starting with the Master Men

  • EWS80 All go!

    24 days ago

    Click on the live timing tabs above to see the results streaming in from the EWS80 happening right now. Remember, that's 80% of the full EWS course and the riders have been given 6 hours to complete it.

  • Welcome to Tasmania!

    25 days ago

    We're in the beautiful Derby, Tasmania for round 2 and racing kicks off on Saturday. Come back then for all the action from stage 1, but in the meantime, here's what the riders are up against!



Stage Leaders

Pos. Nat. Rider Time

Overall Leaders

Pos. Nat. Rider i Time