Trophy of Nations

28/29 September 2019

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  • See you in 2020!

    15 days ago

    That's it from us in 2019. A huge thank you to all our riders, organisers, fans, staff and volunteers - see you in March 2020 for round one in Manizales, Colombia!

  • What a race!

    15 days ago

    Wow, what a race! A new format, new champions and a new chapter in the history books! Full results online very soon and keep an eye on our social media to relive all the action!

  • Winners

    15 days ago

    And so at a historic Trophy of Nations in the beautiful Finale, your winners are;

    Women

    1. France
    2. Great Britain
    3. Canada

    Men

    1. USA
    2. Sweden
    3. Canada

    U21 Women

    1. Great Britain
    2. USA

    U21 Men

    1. New Zealand
    2. Italy
    3. Canada

  • Trophy of Nations 2019!

    15 days ago

    And so your Trophy of Nations Champions in the men are;

    1. USA
    2. Sweden
    3. Canada

  • Team USA do it!

    15 days ago

    Team USA are your Trophy of Nations Champions!

  • Canada!

    15 days ago

    Canada comes through 3rd! Knocks NZ off a podium position in the process

  • NZ in 3rd

    15 days ago

    And NZ are sitting in 3rd, with Belgium 4th - but again, this race ain't over because we are still waiting for some of the teams to make it back from stage 5 and check in

  • Sweden into 2nd

    15 days ago

    Sweden is lying in 2nd behind the USA, but there are still plenty of teams to come in - including France, Australia and Canada

  • USA into the lead!

    15 days ago

    Team USA is in the lead - but not all times are in...

  • Dailly!

    15 days ago

    And if you are wondering why Dailly is hitching a lift with Flo in that pic -he blew his rim to bits on the stage!

  • Team France...

    15 days ago

    Are on their way back to the finish arena now - looks like our roving reporter is filming them for our INstagram account too if you want to see what they have to say after their race!

  • Maes

    15 days ago

    Martin Maes said: "atmosphere among teams was amazing. I went first and the others tried to hang on as long as possible"

  • Tordo

    15 days ago

    Dimitri Tordo comes through for France - he's into second place behind Martin Maes on stage 5

  • Belgium!

    15 days ago

    Team Belgium currently leading the men's standings - but this race isn't over - the top nations just dropped into stage 5 and we'll know more soon. Maes just said on stage he is extremely proud of his team mates

  • Pics

    15 days ago

    We can't wait to see the photos from this race of the fastest riders in the world racing down the stages together!

  • Team USA

    15 days ago

    Team USA and Team Sweden came through stage 5 in trains and looked FAST!

  • Keegan into lead!

    15 days ago

    Team NZ go 1, 2, 3 on stage 5!

  • Matt Walker

    15 days ago

    Matt Walker comes through from NZ and goes into 2nd - where are his team mates?

  • Stuttard!

    15 days ago

    Matt Stuttard leads the men on stage 5 for GB!

  • Crowds

    15 days ago

    The people's pope Enrico Guala is interviewing the riders as they come back, and all of them are praising the Italian crowds for pushing them on. The team format seems to be a hit and we've even seen a few tears shed as riders cross the line

  • USA

    15 days ago

    But the real story of this stage is whether anyone can best Team USA who will drop into this stage with a 44 second lead over Team Sweden in 2nd place and Team Canada in 3rd

  • Men on stage now

    15 days ago

    And that's the men on stage 5 now - Andre Bretas of Brazil is currently in the lead, with Julien Soussigne of Belgium in 2nd

  • So close!

    15 days ago

    Who would have thought that six riders over 5 stages would come down to just 8 seconds! But it did and Team France are your new Trophy of Nations Champions!

  • Women's overall

    15 days ago

    1. Team France
    2. Team Great Britain
    3. Team canada

  • Team France win!

    15 days ago

    They've done it! Team France are your Trophy of Nations Champions! They win by 8 seconds!

  • Winton

    15 days ago

    Katy Winton just told us in the the finish arena "Racing means so much more as a team" and Bex agrees ; " Enduro as a team sport is awesome"

  • Isabeau inbound

    15 days ago

    We hear Isabeau is on her way to the piazza - and is towing Melanie Pugin with a spare tube!

  • Industry Trophy - Julbo wins!

    15 days ago

    Congratulations to Team Julbo Eyewear who win the first ever Industry Trophy. Thanks to their riders Francois Bailly Maitre, Fabien Barel and Jerome Clementz they are officially the fastest brand in the sport! Team Ibis came second and E13* Urge Bp third!

  • Women's results

    15 days ago

    There's three very critical women's times missing from stage 5 - Becky Cook (GB), Andreane Lanthier Nadeau (CAN) and Isabeau Courdurier (FRA) - which means until they pedal back from the stage and into the finish arena and the next timing upload, we will not know the women's overall - arrgh!

  • U21 Men - NZ win!

    15 days ago

    Team New Zealand win the U21 Men! Team Italy are 2nd and Team Canada 3rd!

  • Still missing a few women

    15 days ago

    We're still missing a few women's times from stage 5 - what if we have to wait until they check in at the finish in the piazza to know the results - it's getting tense!

  • Becky?

    15 days ago

    No sign of Becky Cook from Team GB - could she have had a problem on stage 5?

  • Bex!

    15 days ago

    Bex lies 2nd for Team GB and Winton in 3rd! Good times from them but they need to be 6 seconds faster than the French down that stage if they want to win - tension is palpable here in the pits!

  • Miller leads!

    15 days ago

    Miller leads stage 5 for Canada! This former DH world champ was always going to do well on this stage and she does not disappoint!

  • Anita Gehrig

    15 days ago

    Anita leads stage 5 for Switzerland now, with Ines Thoma behind her in 2nd - but there's still the top 2 nations to drop in; Canada, Britain and France - who will drop in in that order!

  • France V GB

    15 days ago

    But all eyes will be on the French and British Teams - France will follow the Brits down this stage knowing they have a 5.8 second lead

  • Women on stage 5

    15 days ago

    And the women are dropping onto the final stage of the race - the famous DH Men stage. The track is lined with crowds and Italy just came down to a huge cheer from their home crowd

  • Standings after stage 4

    15 days ago

    And here's a reminder of how the men's and women's standings were looking after stage 4;

    Women

    1. Team France
    2. Team GB 5.8s
    3. Team Canada 1:16m

    Men

    1. Team USA
    2. Team Sweden 44 secs
    3. Team Canada 58s

  • U21 Men on 5 now

    15 days ago

    And can anyone rob Team New Zealand of their 51 second lead? 2nd placed Team Italy and 3rd placed Team Canada will certainly try. But in a team competition like this, it's such a fine line between glory and galling defeat - a mistake from any one team member could easily derail a win. If one rider is out - the whole team is out

  • Congratulations to Team GB!

    15 days ago

    A superb performance from the young Brits - Harriet Harnden wins all the stages! Polly Henderson and Ellen Flewitt also raced their hearts out - what a victory!

  • Team GB win!

    15 days ago

    And it's been confirmed - Team Great Britain have won the U21 at the Bluegrass Trophy of Nations powered by SRAM!

  • Harriet Harnden!

    15 days ago

    Harriet Harnden on Team GB posts the fastest U21 time on stage 5 - Team GB are looking good for the U21 women win...

  • Maes fastest on 4!

    15 days ago

    Maes wins stage 4, with Rude 2nd and Jesse Melamed 3rd - Richie is having a great race! Solid results for the rest of the USA team as well - Shawn Neer in 7th and Cody Kelley 18th - my maths means they should still retain the overall lead

  • Team France

    15 days ago

    Team France come through stage 4 but none of their times are top 10, it looks like it's only the French women who have a shot at the medals today - they lead the race

  • Maes leading 4!

    15 days ago

    Maes is down stage 4 and is fastest currently - but there are plenty of teams still to come

  • Stage 4

    15 days ago

    And here's what stage 4 entails



  • Men on Stage 4 now

    15 days ago

    The men's Nations Teams are starting to hit stage 4 now - can the USA hold onto that lead?!

  • Harriet Harnden

    15 days ago

    Now here's a fact - Andreane Lanthier Nadeau won stage 4 in the women's race for Team Canada - but British U21 rider Harriet Harnden was actually faster by 1 second on that stage! Will we see her at a few more EWS rounds next season - we hope so!

  • France lead the Women's race!

    15 days ago

    They've done it - with just one stage left to go, Team France now lead the women's race! Team GB fall back to second place and Canada hold onto 3rd place

  • France!

    15 days ago

    Team France put in an amazing performance on stage 4 - they may well leap frog Team GB to take the lead

  • Nations Teams

    15 days ago

    And now switching back to the Nations Teams - the women are on stage 4 and it's Andreane Lanthier Nadeau of Canada who posts the fastest time so far

  • Women's Industry Trophy

    15 days ago

    In the women's race in the Industry Trophy the trois baguettes - aka Estelle Charles, Julie Duvert and Morgane Jonnier - have won all 4 of the stages so far and Vittoria Team Women will have to pull off something extraordinary to beat them on the last stage

  • Julbo lead 5!

    15 days ago

    Team Julbo lead the Industry race on 5 - but this race is seeded fastest first - so another brand could technically beat them - but we can't see it to be honest

  • But...

    15 days ago

    after 4 stages Ibis Cycles are winding them in! There's still 22 seconds separating them, but strong performances from Lewis Buchanan on Ibis alongside Robin Wallner's brother Niklas means they're closing the gap. Just the iconic DH men left for these racers!

  • Industry update

    15 days ago

    And in the Industry race the teams have just one stage left to go - and it's still Julbo out front!

  • Team NZ lead U21 Men

    15 days ago

    Team NZ were leading the U21 Men after stage 3 - 44 seconds up on Team Italy with Team Canada in 3rd. They'll be hitting stage 4 any minute now - can they hold that lead?!

  • Team GB win stage 4!

    15 days ago

    Team GB U21 Women win stage 4! Harnden wins stage 4 by 49 seconds! Team mate Polly Henderson is 2nd!

  • U21 Women

    15 days ago

    There's just two teams left in the U21 Women's race after Team France withdrew due to injury - and the times are so close! Team GB is leading out Team USA by just 4 seconds! They're on stage 4 now - who will be in the lead after that?!

  • Penalty for Ireland Men

    15 days ago

    We hear the team Ireland Men just picked up a 5 minute penalty! One of the riders had to replace a stickered part - more info on that as we get it but they are now firmly out the running having been in 10th place before that

  • Battle is on for 3rd!

    15 days ago

    It's going to be an intense battle for the last podium place - Canada lead out NZ by just 5 seconds!

  • Men's overall after Stage 3

    15 days ago

    1. Team USA
    2. Sweden 38 secs
    3. Canada 59 secs
    4. New Zealand 1:04m
    5. Australia 1:17m

  • Women's overall after 3 stages

    15 days ago

    1. Team GBR
    2. France 6secs
    3. Canada 1:01m
    4. Switzerland 1:11m
    5. Germany 2:28m

  • Women

    15 days ago

    After 3 stages it's Team GBR who still lead the women's race - but France are chasing them down - it's only 6 seconds between them now! When you think that these teams compromise of 3 riders each and all the variables that can bring - 6 seconds is insane! And with 2 stages left this could be inneresting!

  • This race is TIGHT!

    15 days ago

    The overall is in after 3 stages - and let me tell you, these times are TIGHT!

  • Rude wins stage 3 for USA!

    15 days ago

    Rude's time holds! He goes fastest on stage 3 for the USA, Maes in 2nd for Team Belgium and his team mate Bart De Vocht is 3rd. Team Belgium may well move into the top 5 in the overall after that performance

  • Rude!

    15 days ago

    Richie putting the hammer down on stage 3 - he's leading the stage currently - things are looking good for Team USA in the men's race! Crucially his time is 8 seconds faster than the fastest Swede (Johansen) which should help extend that 13 second lead they had coming into the stage

  • Overall after 2

    15 days ago

    So just a reminder of the overall standings going into stage 3;

    Men
    1. Team USA
    2. Sweden 13s
    3. NZ 41s
    4. Canada 49s
    5. Australia 56s

    Women

    1. Team GB
    2. France 16s
    3. Switzerland 50s
    4. Canada 1:01m
    5. Germany 1:41m

  • Martin!

    15 days ago

    Maes puts down the power on the pedally stage 3 and is out in front! Belgian team mate Bart De Vocht is just behind in 2nd

  • Edgar Carballo Gonzalez

    15 days ago

    Putting in a blistering time on stage 3 for Team Spain - with Iago less than a second back in 2nd place - but there's plenty more men still to drop in

  • Vid Persak

    15 days ago

    Vid currently leads stage 3! He normally rides for Orbea - but today he is representing Team Slovenia - this is his first year on a full factory team and he's one to watch next season - especially when he head back to his native Petzen

  • USA U21 Men out!

    15 days ago

    And another U21 Team is out - this time the USA Men - more info as we get it

  • Nation Teams

    15 days ago

    And if you need a reminder who's in the Nations Teams and their tactics then check out this video!



  • Men on stage 3 now

    15 days ago

    The Men's Teams are on stage 3 now - so far only Korea and Brazil are down and it's Brazil who lead - but there are another 22 nations still to come

  • Anita fastest on 3!

    15 days ago

    Anita was fastest on stage 3! But Isabeau Courdurier was 2nd and Melanie Pugin 3rd so Team France win the stage!

  • Team tactics

    15 days ago

    If you hit the last finishers tab in the live timing you can see the order the riders are coming through - which is a great insight into their team tactics as to who is leading out the team of 3

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    15 days ago

    Andreane comes through in 2nd - Canadian team mate Miranda Miller is in 4th - strong showing from the Canucks

  • Stage 3

    15 days ago

    The women have just started dropping in to stage 3 and it's Anita Gehrig who is currently in the lead - some better news for the Swiss!

  • U21 Swiss men out

    15 days ago

    That's the U21 Switzerland team out the race after a shoulder injury. If one member of the team is out, the whole team DNF - tough break but that's team competition

  • Stage 3 coming up!

    15 days ago

    The riders are on the climb to stage 3 now, and this is what they'll face



  • Team France Men

    15 days ago

    ... have clawed back a lot of time on stage 2

  • Industry Race

    15 days ago

    Meanwhile in the Industry Race, Julbo are absolutely slaying the competition after 3 stages! Ibis are more than a minute back in 2nd, E13 Urge BP Enduro Team are in 3rd, Team Slayer are 4th and Pole Bicycles 5th!

  • Team Aus wins stage 2!

    15 days ago

    Team Australia put down blistering times to win stage 2! Overall update coming soon!

  • It's up to the French Women

    15 days ago

    It's up to French women to fly the national colours now

  • France U21

    15 days ago

    The French U21 men are out of the race - more info on that as we get it. All French Teams were heavily hyped coming into this race and it's not looking great for any of them - both U21 teams have retired from the race and Nicolai's puncture means the men's team are way off pace

  • USA on stage 2...

    15 days ago

    ... are looking fast! Richie Rude is sitting in 2nd and Shawn Neer 3 - but a very strong showing from New Zealand could also mix things up

  • Men on 2

    15 days ago

    The Nations men are on stage 2 now and Martin's time is holding - but until Team Australia make it down the stage we won't know the results. Can the Champ Sam Hill go faster for the Aussies?

  • Women's Nations Teams

    15 days ago

    After the first two stages it's Team GB who are leading out the women! Strong rides from Katy Winton, Becky Cook and Bex Baraona

  • Martin Maes leading stage 2!

    15 days ago

    Martin Maes is currently leading out stage 2 for Team Belgium!

  • Team France Men

    15 days ago

    Just an update on the much hyped men's team from France - a puncture for Florian Nicolai on the first stage has cost them time - they're sitting in 21st place just ahead of Korea

  • U21 Women

    15 days ago

    Team USA lead out the U21 Women after stage 1! Team GB are in 2nd and unfortunately Team France are out after one of their riders withdrew with injury

  • U21 Men

    15 days ago

    And in the U21 Men - it's Team NZ who lead! Team Italy are 2nd and Team Canada 3rd!

  • TEAM USA LEAD AFTER 1!

    15 days ago

    The teams are through stage 1 and it's Team USA who lead the race in the men! Team Sweden are in 2nd with Team Canada in 3rd!

  • 15 days ago


  • Team France

    15 days ago

    Kevin Miquel may have had to retire from Team France due to a hand injury - but he's still out supporting team mates Dailly, Tordo and Nicolai!

  • In the Industry Race...

    15 days ago

    ... that killer combo of Clementz, Barel and Bailly-Maitre for Julbo are still out front! They lead Ibis in 2nd place by 45 seconds

  • French U21 Women

    15 days ago

    We've just had confirmation that the U21 French Women are indeed out the race - we'll give you more on that as we have it

  • Nations on stage 1!

    15 days ago

    And now the Nations Teams are on stage 1 - who is the fastest country in enduro? We're about to find out!

  • French U21 Teams

    15 days ago

    The French U21 Teams are having a mixed time of it - U21 Series Champ has just posted the fastest time on stage 1 in the U21 Men - but sounds like an injury in the French U21 women may mean they're out the race

  • EWS website

    15 days ago

    We'll be posting results on the news section of the EWS website all day as well - make sure you check them out

  • Harriet Harnden

    15 days ago

    Harriet Harnden puts down the fastest time on stage 1 in the U21 women! Great result for Team GB! Harnden is the only women to go sub 14 minutes - we'll know what that means for the Nations results very soon!

  • Team Australia

    15 days ago

    Team Australia are the last team to depart. The Nations Rankings are based on the highest ranked rider in that team - and with Sam Hill the champion, Australia is the highest ranked team here.

  • Team France

    15 days ago

    There was some drama last night as Team France had a last minute substitution - Kevin Miquel injured his hand on a training ride yesterday morning, forcing him to retire from the team. Reserve rider Adrien Dailly will race in his place - which just proves the depth of talent in France if Dailly is your reserve rider

  • Nations race

    15 days ago

    And while the Industry teams make their way to stage 2, we're going to jump back to the Nations Race. Team France are on the stage in the main square with Enrico Guala and there's a big crowd to cheer them on

  • Industry Race

    15 days ago

    Here's the current men's standings after stage 1 in the overall - Julbo lead by 21 seconds!

  • Industry top 3

    15 days ago

    After the first stage, the overall in the Industry looks like this;

    1. Julbo Eyewear
    2. Ibis Cycles
    3. E*13 URGE bp Enduro Team

  • Julbo lead Industry Race!

    15 days ago

    It's no surprise - but it's Julbo leading the industry race after stage 1! With a team comprised of two former champions and titans of the sport - Fabien Barel, Jerome Clementz and Trans-Provence winner Fabien Barel it's not surprising!

  • Today's race

    15 days ago

    And if you want a preview of what's to come today, then make sure you check out this video. Noga Korem was the only Israeli woman who wanted to race so instead of staying home, she became an honorary EWS staffer and hit the stages with the crew. She's also doing an Insta takeover with team mate Wyn Masters on our channel today!



  • Stage 1

    15 days ago

    Stage 1 has claimed a lot of the Industry teams - punctures all over the place. Will the Nations teams be able to avoid the same fate? We'll know very soon...

  • Harriet Harnden

    15 days ago

    Keep an eye out for U21 team GB rider Harriet - she won the last round in Zermatt and is being mentored by none other than Tracy Moseley - she is a star in the making

  • Nations Teams

    15 days ago

    The first of the Nations teams will be hitting stage 1 soon - it's the U21 women who are up first. France will drop in, followed by Team GB, then team USA

  • Industry Trophy

    15 days ago

    If you're on the live timing page and you want to find out who's in their team and how they're doing, just hit the rider button beside the brand name

  • Nico has a puncture!

    15 days ago

    Vouilloz flats on stage 1 - it's cost him a lot of time on stage 1 - Lapierre team mate Chloe Gallean is helping him fix it at the bottom of the stage

  • GT Industry Team

    15 days ago

    Mechanic Matteo getting a little help from his team mates on the climb to stage 2...

  • Nations Teams

    15 days ago

    And here's the lowdown of who makes up the Nations Teams - and what tactics they'll be employing as they race as a team for the first time



  • Nations Teams

    15 days ago

    And now the Nations Teams are starting to roll off the start ramp in Finale, where the enduro pope Enrico Guala is sending them off in his own inimitable style

  • Morgane Such

    15 days ago

    Morgane posts the fastest time for the women! She's racing for Marin - alongside slopestyle legend Matt Jones - keep an eye out for his results too - it's his first ever enduro and what a way to start!

  • Benno!

    15 days ago

    Benno for Specialized puts in a great time! But it's still Francois Bailly-Maitre riding for Julbo who has the fastest time at 12:46

  • Times coming in

    15 days ago

    The Industry times are coming in thick and fast - there are some absolute pinners in this race! Great times from Mckay Vezina, Niklas Wallner, Lewis Buchanan, Liam Moynihan, Matti Lehikoinen all putting in blistering times on stage 1. But don't forget this is a team race and we'll have those combined times any minute now

  • Race Format

    15 days ago

    The times are coming in from stage 1 - and Team Julbo are killing it! They are currently 1st, 2nd and 3rd on stage 1! Team results coming ASAP!

  • Stage 1 - Rollercoaster

    15 days ago

    Rollercoaster is a true classic, it's on ever rider's hit list when they come to Finale. The Pietra region has recently taken on this trail and they've done a great job - it's been nominated for the Specialized Trail of the Year!



  • Stage 1

    15 days ago

    The first riders will be hitting stage 1 any minute now and it's a pretty long stage, so it will be approximately 10-15 mins before we see their results start to filter in

  • Welcome to a big day of racing

    15 days ago

    The first riders to leave the stage this morning were the Industry Teams who have their own race today - the Industry Trophy. There are some big hitters in there - Fabien Barel, Nico Vouilloz, Jerome Clementz, Matt Jones, Lewis Buchanan....



  • Rider Trophy!

    16 days ago

    Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Rider Trophy - full results on our site now!



  • Riders back...

    16 days ago

    The riders are coming back thick and fast into the famous Finale piazza, and they're clocking in at the timing tent now - there's still riders to come but we'll know our winners soon!

  • Just one stage left

    16 days ago

    There's just one stage left in this race and the current overall looks like this;

    Men
    1. Matteo Raimondi
    2. Max Leyen
    3. Clement Charles

    Women

    1. Louise Paulin
    2. Hannah Bergemann
    3. Lilla Megyaszai

    U21 Men

    1. Glenn Macarthur
    2. Nathan Sterckx
    3. Thomas Lapraye

    U21 Women

    1. Camille Maes

    Master Men

    1. Martin Fruit
    2. Paul Mcloughlin
    3. Simon Mathew Rennie

    Master Women

    1. Silja Stadler
    2. Jeanette Mayr

  • Louise Paulin leads the women!

    16 days ago

    Louise Paulin is out front in the women's race. Swedish rider Louise actually lives in Finale and is a well known and loved rider here. She also just happens to be the Enduro World Series Master Champion 2019! (Although she is not racing in Masters here, she's in the main women's category)

  • Overall after stage 3

    16 days ago

    So after 3 stages in the Rider Trophy, it's Italian rider Matteo Raimondi who leads, with Alex Leyen in 2nd and Arnaud Garanger in 3rd!

  • And here's the course

    16 days ago

    And here's what the course in Finale looks like - with GT Factory Racing's Noga Korem as your guide!



  • Rider Trophy

    16 days ago

    The Rider Trophy is underway, this race is open to everyone and both teams and individuals can race the Trophy of Nations



  • Welcome to Finale

    16 days ago

    Welcome to Finale for the biggest race of the year - the Bluegrass Trophy of Nations powered by SRAM!

Live Timing

Overall Leaders

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Last Finishers

P. Nat. Rider Time Class Overall