Making Up The Numbers Podcast | Vali Höll & Thibaut Dapréla

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Joining George & Jack for this episode are Junior World Cup Winners Vali Höll and Thibaut Dapréla.

Vali Höll is the 2 x Junior Women’s World Champion & 2 x Junior Women’s World Cup Overall Winner & in 2018 she completed the perfect season, winning every round of the World Cup & World Championships.

Thibaut Dapréla is the 2 x Junior Men’s World Cup Overall Winner. 

In 2018 as a first year Junior he was Top 3 at every round of the World Cup, winning 5 of those rounds. He also won a further 5 rounds in 2019 & amassed over double the number of points of the second place rider.

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