Live Race Updates

  • See you in Finale!

    2 months ago

    Arrivederci!

  • And there's more to come...

    2 months ago

    The 2019 Series may be over, but there's one big, big race to come. We'll be back in Finale Ligure, Italy next week as some of the biggest names in the sport compete for their country in the all new Trophy of Nations...



  • What a season!

    2 months ago

    What a season! It's been drama filled to say the least, but what a way to finish - under the shadow of the Matterhorn in one of the most beautiful settings there is.

  • Series Overall

    2 months ago

    And the men's series overall is;

    1. Sam Hill
    2. Florian Nicolai
    3. Kevin Miquel

  • Race overall:

    2 months ago

    1. Martin Maes
    2. Sam Hill
    3. Richie Rude
    4. Kevin Miquel
    5. Florian Nicolai

  • What a race!

    2 months ago

    It's been almost too tense to handle, but what a way to finish the series!

  • Maes wins the race

    2 months ago

    Martin wins the race, but Sam takes the title!

  • Sam Hill wins the series!

    2 months ago

    Sam Hill is the first man in the history of the sport to win 3 series titles!

  • Hill wins the Queen Stage!

    2 months ago

    Which means the series goes to...

  • 2 months ago

    Going into this stage Maes led the race with Sam in 2nd - Flo was all the way back in 7th - but moving up to just 5th place could clinch him the title!

  • Richie goes 3rd!

    2 months ago

    We take it all back - Martin's time is holding - Youn is in 2nd and Richie Rude 3rd

  • Zakarias Johansen into 3rd!

    2 months ago

    Zak goes third - great time from him! But next down should be Richie Rude - what can he do on a big physical stage like this? A lot we'd say!

  • Stage 5...

    2 months ago

    is over! All riders are down - but we won't know their times until they sprint back to the pits and hit the time check...

  • And just a reminder

    2 months ago

    that the series race could not be tighter between Maes and Nicolai! It all comes down to this final stage - and in approx 15 minutes we'll know which one has done it!

  • Martin Maes leads!

    2 months ago

    Maes leads stage 5! But he's only 4 seconds up on second placed Youn Deniaud - we'd say that time is unlikely to hold - which could cost him the race lead he had coming into stage 5

  • The end is nigh...

    2 months ago

    Damien Oton is the first of the top 30 men to drop into stage 5, and he'll be taking to the start line any minute now. And the last two men down the stage will be Hill followed by Nicolai. The whole race series hinges on this final Queen Stage of the year - it's going to be TIGHT!

  • Isabeau wins the series!

    2 months ago

    Isabeau wins not only the race, but she is the 2019 series Champion and has also completed a perfect season, winning every single round!

  • Isabeau 2nd on 5!

    2 months ago

    ALN win s the Queen Stage! Isabeau goes 2nd, Richter 3rd! Which means Isabeau wins the race!!

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau

    2 months ago

    ALN takes the lead! She's had an incredible season and is very likely to finish 3rd in the series rankings - this has been a real breakout year for the rocky mountain rider and we can't wait to see what she does in 2020

  • Katy Winton!

    2 months ago

    Katy comes through 2nd! Still 10 riders left on course

  • Bex Baraona

    2 months ago

    Bex goes into 2nd!

  • Richter!

    2 months ago

    And once again it's Raphaela Richter that takes the early lead - she's 32 seconds up on Melanie Pugin in 2nd! This young German is seriously impressive - she was on the podium in Les Orres after not racing an EWS for 2 years!

  • And soon we'll know...

    2 months ago

    The only people left to hit stage 5 are the top women and the top 30 men - and next on course will be the women

  • And here's stage 5

    2 months ago



  • So Close

    2 months ago

    ...if Flo moves up into 5th place after stage 5 he wins the series - and if Sam drops into 3rd, Flo also wins the series. So when we said this race ain't over until it's over, it wasn't hyperbole, it's really not!

  • Hill vs Nicolai (part 392)

    2 months ago

    So brace yourself, here comes the science part;

    Sam may be leading in the overall in this race -but that doesn't mean Flo is out of contention for the overall by any stretch. In fact, it's so close that if the race finished now, and there was no stage 5, Sam would win the series by just 20 points. However, there is a stage 5, and that means...

  • Lucy Schick wins series!

    2 months ago

    Canadian rider cements her first season in the EWS with the Series win - congratulations Lucy!

  • Harriet Harnden wins!

    2 months ago

    Despite having raced only a handful of EWS races, British rider Harriet Harnden storms to the U21 win! She beats fellow Brit Polly Henderson into 2nd place by nearly 3 minutes with series leader Lucy Schick in 3rd. The future of women's enduro racing looks bright!

  • Vidal wins the race and...

    2 months ago

    ... he's also the U21 Enduro World Series Champion 2019! he finishes his incredible season with Commencal in style - winning both the race and his first title! Kasper Woolley finishes the race in 2nd, with Brady Stone in 3rd!

  • Hill Vs Nicolai

    2 months ago

    And in the chase for the overall series title, Hill is looking good - he's 24 seconds ahead of Florian. But it all comes down to stage 5 - the Queen Stage with those all important extra 40 series points. It's too exciting - we can't remember a final as close as this ever!

  • Maes now leads the race!

    2 months ago

    That performance on stage 4 from Maes means he is back in the lead in this race! He's 20 seconds up on Sam who lies 2nd, with Kevin Miquel in 3rd. But just 2 seconds behind is Richie Rude in 4th, with his team mate Shawn Neer in 5th!

  • Flo goes 15th

    2 months ago

    Florian goes 15th on stage 5! Maes wins the stage!

  • Sam?!

    2 months ago

    Something has gone wrong for Sam on stage 4 - he crosses the line in 7th and is 24 seconds back on Martin's time - his race lead is in serious jeopardy now

  • Martin Maes

    2 months ago

    Maes time is looking good- no has even come close yet. Rude has just crossed the line in 2nd but he's still 14 seconds back!

  • Thomas Lapeyrie

    2 months ago

    T-Lap goes into 2nd on stage 4 - but Maes is still in the lead by 23 seconds!

  • Maes is leading 4!

    2 months ago

    Martin is leading stage 4 by an unbelievable 24 seconds ahead of Theo Galy - but there's still 20 men left on course - including, you guessed it, Hill and Nicolai...

  • After 4 stages

    2 months ago

    ... the women's overall looks like this;

    1. Isabeau Courdurier
    2. Andreane Lanthier nadeau
    3. Ines Thoma
    4. Raphaela Richter
    5. Anita Gehrig

  • Isabeau wins stage 4!

    2 months ago

    Courdurier does it again - she wins stage 4! Noga Korem is just a whisper behind her in 2nd and Andreane LN is 3rd! Which means in the women's overall...

  • Women on stage 4 now

    2 months ago

    The women are on stage 4 now and Raphaela Richter is out in front right now - but there's still women on course

  • Cedric Ravanel...

    2 months ago

    ...is your (provisional) 2019 Master Series Champion! At this stage all results are provisional, but Cedric looks to have taken his first title!

  • Round 8 overall

    2 months ago

    So after all 5 stages in Zermatt, the overall looks like this;

    1. Cedric Ravanel
    2. Karim Amour
    3. Florian Golay
    4. Lionel Sequera

  • Cedric Ravanel wins round 8!

    2 months ago

    All results are provisional at this stage, but Cedric Ravanel wins the race!

  • Karim wins stage 5!

    2 months ago

    Karim wins stage 5! But Cedric wins the race by 26 seconds!

  • Cedric V Karim

    2 months ago

    There's only 2 masters left on course - and it's our two potential champions

  • Men on stage 4

    2 months ago

    The men (out with the top 30) are on stage 4. Here's Rocky Mountain's Peter Ostroski up there just a few minutes ago

  • Stage 5 - the Queen Stage

    2 months ago

    And here is what Stage 5 - the Queen Stage - looks like...



  • Amour vs Ravanel

    2 months ago

    Cedric and Karim were tied on series points coming into this race - and whilst Cedric is leading the race after the first 4 stages, it will all come down this stage - the Queen Stage! The winner of stage 5 will be awarded an extra 25 series points...

  • Master Men

    2 months ago

    The Master Men are about to start stage 5 - and very soon we'll know who our 2019 Master Series Champion is - Karim Amour or Cedric Ravanel!

  • Antoine Vidal takes stage 4

    2 months ago

    Antoine takes stage 4 to cement that U21 lead heading into the final stage of the race - just the Queen Stage left for him. He's also being mentored by a legend - Cecile Ravanel!

  • U21 Women

    2 months ago

    After the first 4 stages Harriet Harnden is still leading the U21 race - this cyclocross superstar is being mentored by Tracy Moseley - and it shows. Fellow Brit Polly Henderson lies 2nd with series leader Lucy Schick back in 3rd - just one stage left for these young guns

  • Stage 4

    2 months ago

    And here's what they're riding on stage 4 right now!



  • U21 Men

    2 months ago

    The U21 Men are on stage 4 now - series leader Commencal rider Antoine Vidal commanded the lead after stage 3, despite that crash on stage 1

  • Alba Wunderlin leads Masters

    2 months ago

    And after 4 stages Swiss rider Alba Wunderlin still leads the Master Women - she's 45 seconds up on series leader Louise Paulin - still the Queen stage to come though!

  • Meanwhile in the Master Men

    2 months ago

    It's Cedric Ravanel who still leads with just one stage to go - Karim Amour is 35 seconds back. It might sound insurmountable with just one stage to go - but these two went into this race tied on points - and as the Queen stage (stage 5) winner gets an extra 25 points in the Masters, this race is still all to play for!

  • Florian

    2 months ago

    Series leader Flo has some work to do if he's going to clinch that title - with just two stages left he's 20 seconds behind his only rival and race leader Sam Hill. But stage 5 is the Queen stage and brings with 40 extra points - it's not over til it's over!

  • Men's overall

    2 months ago

    So after 3 of the 5 stages, the men's overall looks like this;

    1. Sam Hill
    2. Martin Maes
    3. Kevin Miquel
    4. Shawn Neer
    5. Richie Rude

  • Sam Hill

    2 months ago

    Sam Hill wins stage 3! Shawn Neer is 2nd and Florian Nicolai claws back time from Hill's lead and goes 3rd on stage 3

  • Hill win stage 3!

    2 months ago

    Sam wins stage 3!

  • Matt Walker into 2nd!

    2 months ago

    Matt Walker comes through in 2nd!

  • Shawn Neers leads 3!

    2 months ago

    Richie's team mate Sean is on a flyer - he's currently in the lead on stage 3, with Gabriel Torralba in 2nd and Damien Oton 3rd

  • Maes lying 6th

    2 months ago

    Race leader Martin hasn't had a great stage 3 - he's currently 6th with more men still to come through - will this rob him of his overall lead?

  • Gabriel Torralba

    2 months ago

    Gabriel is leading stage 3 - but there are still about 20 men on course...

  • Top 30 men up next

    2 months ago

    Next on stage 3 will be the top 30 men, and as ever, it will be series leader Florian Nicolai who is last down the stage - and he has 15 seconds to make up on title rival Sam Hill - can he do it?!

  • Women's overall

    2 months ago

    So after 3 stages, the women's overall is;

    1. Isabeau Courdurier
    2. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau
    3. Ines Thoma
    4. Raphaela Richter
    5. Rae Morrison

  • Isabeau wins stage 3!

    2 months ago

    Isabeau wins 3! Ines Thoma is 2nd and Andreane goes 3rd!

  • Rae Morrison into lead!

    2 months ago

    Rae is leading stage 3!

  • Women dropping into stage 3

    2 months ago

    And that's the top women on stage 3 - with German Raphaela Richter leading!

  • Stage 3

    2 months ago

    Next up is stage 3 - and it's a big one!



  • Men's overall

    2 months ago

    Martin Maes is leading the men's overall - he's 5 seconds ahead of Rude in 2nd, with Hill just 2 seconds back in 3rd! Flo is back in 10th and 15 seconds behind Sam - he's got some work to do in the next 3 stages if he wants to take that series title!

  • Flo into 15th!

    2 months ago

    Flo comes through in 15th on stage 2 - 13 seconds behind Sam!

  • Hill into 3rd!

    2 months ago

    Sam goes 3rd - what can Nicolai do?!

  • Miquel into 3rd

    2 months ago

    Kevin Miquel comes through in 3rd - next up is Hill!

  • Rude into 2nd!

    2 months ago

    Richie goes into second on stage 2 behind Maes

  • Martin Maes leads 2!

    2 months ago

    And he's in the lead again - Maes leading stage 2! Youn Deniaud in 2nd and Gabriel Torralba in 3rd

  • Stage 2 - top 30 men

    2 months ago

    Next down stage 2 will be the top 30 men - Maes took the win on stage 1, Hill came 2nd - and put 3 seconds into the only man capable of stopping him win a 3rd title, Florian Nicolai

  • Women overall after 2 stages

    2 months ago

    1. Isabeau Courdurier
    2. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau
    3. Ines Thoma
    4. Morgane Charre
    5. Anita Gehrig

  • Stage 2 Women

    2 months ago

    1. Isabeau Courdurier
    2. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau
    3. Raphaela Richter

  • Isabeau wins stage 2!

    2 months ago

    Isabeau wins stage 2 by 11 seconds! Her perfect season campaign is looking good!

  • Andreane Lanthier Nadeau leads

    2 months ago

    ALN into the lead on stage 2! Only Noga (if she made the start) and Courdurier left on course

  • Gehrig

    2 months ago

    Anita over the line into 2nd, Charre just behind her in 3rd - next down should be Korem - but will a chainless Noga have made it to the stage in time?!

  • Beck Cook!

    2 months ago

    Orbea's Beck Cook comes through in 2nd - great time from her!

  • Ella Conolly

    2 months ago

    Fellow Scot Ella Conolly is also back from injury - she broke her elbow in Les Orres and this is her first race back

  • Winton!

    2 months ago

    Katy crosses the stage 2 finish line - great to see the young Trek rider back on form after concussion took her out for a few races mid season

  • Raphaela Richter leads 2

    2 months ago

    German rider Richter goes into the lead on stage 2! After her podium in Les Orres having not raced an EWS for 2 years, there's been a lot of hype about this young racer. She's currently leading stage 2, but there's still riders on course

  • Top women on 2

    2 months ago

    Next up down stage 2 will be the top women - here's what they'll be riding



  • Antoine

    2 months ago

    Series leader Antoine Vidal is back in control of the U21 race - he leads after 2 stages and is 7 seconds up on Brady Stone in 2nd with Kasper Woolley in 3rd

  • 2 months ago


  • U21 Women

    2 months ago

    The U21 Women have just come through stage 2 and Brit rider Harriet Harnden is killing it! She's 1 minute up on downhill star Anna Newkirk in 2nd and Polly Henderson in 3rd - series leader Lucy Schick lies 4th

  • Master Women

    2 months ago

    The Master Women are also through stage 3, and it's Swiss rider Alba Wunderlin who leads the race! Louise Paulin is in 2nd and Danela Michel in 3rd

  • Ravanel leads Master Men

    2 months ago

    Meanwhile in the Master Men, it's Cedric Ravanel who is leading after three stages. He's leading Karim Amour by 39 seconds. Amour is the reigning Champion - but he and Cedric started the race on tied points, so it all comes down to this race for the title

  • Here's what the pros think

    2 months ago

    At Shakedown Day on Wednesday, the pros gave their opinions on the Hill Vs Nicolai battle



  • Shaping up to be best race yet

    2 months ago

    Is Zermatt shaping up to be one of the most exciting finishes to the season ever? We'd say so! Maes leads the race, but it's the points battle between series leader Nicolai and reigning Champ Hill that has everyone talking

  • It's close!

    2 months ago

    Hill pay have placed 8 spots higher on stage 1, but the pair are only separated by 3 seconds with 4 stages still to go!

  • Florian goes 10th!

    2 months ago

    Martin wins the stage! Hill is 6th and Florian 10th!

  • Hill into 2nd!

    2 months ago

    Sam goes 2nd, six secs off Maes! Only Nicolai left!

  • Kevin Miquel into 2nd

    2 months ago

    Miquel goes 2nd, knocking Rude back into 4th place

  • Can Martin win the stage?

    2 months ago

    There's only 4 riders left on course - will Martin's time hold?!

  • Rude into 3rd!

    2 months ago

    Richie goes into 3rd - less than half a second behind team mate Neer

  • 2 months ago


  • Pivot Factory Racing

    2 months ago

    Next time coming through should be Matt Walker - and if you head to our Insta account you'll see his team mate Eddie Masters taking over our stories today

  • Last men on course

    2 months ago

    The last two men down the stage will be the tow tile contendors, Sam Hill and Florian Nicolai - not long now!

  • Shawn Neer now 2nd

    2 months ago

    Great ride from Yeti's Shawn Neer, the American into 2nd and just 7 secs off Maes

  • Gustav Wildhaber

    2 months ago

    Gusti into 2nd! The Cube rider has an injured calf but it doesn't seem to be slowing him down at all!

  • Damien Oton

    2 months ago

    Great to see Damien Oton back after that horrific crash earlier in the year that left him with a broken back. He's through stage 1 and currently in 8th place

  • Martin Maes into the lead

    2 months ago

    That's the top men on stage 1 now and it's Martin Maes who goes straight into the lead - he's 7 seconds up on Hugo Pigeon and the first rider to post a sub 8 minute time

  • Noga Korem mechanical

    2 months ago

    And here's Noga on stage 1 - turn your sound down if you're easily offended...



  • has a mechanical

    2 months ago

    Noga Korem has had a mechanical on stage 1 - a broken free hub had led to rear mech disintegration -she's going to try and get as far as she can chainless and will have to run to stage 2 and 3

  • Isabeau

    2 months ago

    Isabeau has wrapped up the 2019 title already with her perfect season thus far - but we know she's gunning for the win here too. If she manages, she'll be only the second rider ever to manage a perfect season - Cecile Ravanel being the only other rider to do it in 2018

  • Isabeau Courdurier wins 1!

    2 months ago

    Isabeau wins stage 1! She's just 1 second up on Andreane Lanthier Nadeau in 2nd, with Ines Thoma 4 seconds back in third!

  • Richter crashes on stage 1!

    2 months ago

    Raphaela crashes on stage 1 and has bent her saddle

  • Top women on course!

    2 months ago

    That's the top women on stage 1 now and it's Rae Morrison out front! Caro Gehrig is in 2nd and Melanie Pugin is in 3rd!

  • Gabriel Torralba leads 1!

    2 months ago

    Gabriel Torralba leads stage 1! The Orbea rider is less than half a second up on Specialized's Killian Callaghan, with Joe Connell from the UK sitting 3rd. But don't forget the top 30 men are still to drop in, so this will all change when they do!

  • Hill v Nicolai bike check

    2 months ago

    And here's what Hill and Nicolai will be riding this weekend



  • And speaking of Florian...

    2 months ago

    ...today is the most important race of his career to date. The series leader starts this race knowing that he could well finish it the Series Champion. But standing in his way is reigning Champ Sam Hill - just 60 points separate these two legends. And with the Queen Stage (and those all important 40 extra series points up for grabs) not coming until the very last stage of the race - nothing will be decided until the end of the day! This is going to be epic!

  • All riders now on course

    2 months ago

    Series leader Florian Nicolai has just rolled off the start in Zermatt town centre - which means that's all riders now on course and we have ourselves a RACE!

  • Punctures Galore

    2 months ago

    It's the men (out with the top 30) on stage 1 now and we hear there are flats all over the place. It's going to be interesting to see how the top riders manage their equipment this race - these tracks are fast, but they're also so rocky it's going to be a delicate balance to get right today

  • Zermatt Course Preview

    2 months ago

    There's 5 big stages coming up here in Zermatt, and we sent Ric McLaughlin down all of them - see what's in store for the riders right here



  • Cecile Ravanel

    2 months ago

    Reigning Women's champ Cecile is out with injury, but she's here in Zermatt cheering on her young protege Antoine - she seems very unconcerned by his crash - says he's fine

  • Antoine Vidal

    2 months ago

    And here's Antoine at the bottom of the stage after that crash

  • Brady Stone leads!

    2 months ago

    Vidal crashes on stage 1, Brady wins the stage but Antoine is just 2 seconds back and there's 4 stages to go - this is going to be tight!

  • Stone leads!

    2 months ago

    And we hear Vidal has had a crash!

  • Update on Schick

    2 months ago

    We've got an update on Lucy Schick - it sounds like she went through the timing upload station so fast at the bottom of stage 1 her time didn't upload - we'll need to wait until stage 2 until we get that timing data from her now

  • Antoine Vidal

    2 months ago

    Commencal rider Antoine Vidal has had an incredible season, and a top 5 finish in Zermatt will be enough for his to secure the title - only Kiwi Brady Stone has the potential to prevent him now - those two will be starting the stage now - keep an eye out for their times!

  • U21 Men on course

    2 months ago

    That's the U21 men on stage 1 now and sit's currently Ireland's Harry Byrne in the lead, but the top 10 ranked men in the category have yet to drop in

  • Lucy Schick

    2 months ago

    Still no sign of any time for Lucy Schick on stage 1 - we're trying to get an update on that. She led the series coming into this race, but hot on her heels was Ireland's Leah Maunsell - she's currently sitting 4th on stage 1

  • U21 Women

    2 months ago

    In the U21 Women Harriet Harden is currently way out front on stage 1 - but series leader Lucy Schick is still to come through the finish.

  • Cedric Ravanel wins stage 1!

    2 months ago

    The Master Men are through stage 1 and it's Cedric Ravanel who takes the stage win by a massive 22 seconds! This is a pretty significant win for him - he went into this race tied in the points with reigning Master Champ Karim Amour - and whoever wins this race takes the title! Still four stages left to go though

  • EWS100

    2 months ago

    And that's the EWS100 riders about to hit stage 1 - live timing will kick in shortly as the first riders finish the epic stage 1!

  • Welcome to Zermatt!

    2 months ago

    It's the last round of the series and do we have a race in store for you! After 7 races in 7 countries in 3 continents, the Series Champion title in the men's race will not be decided until the very last stage of the race in Zermatt. Live timing kicks off at approx 9am CET on Saturday, and we'll be here with the race feed from 11:30am CET. In the meantime, here's what lies in store in Zermatt and round 8!



Stage Leaders

Pos. Nat. Rider Time