Making Up The Numbers | Camille Balanche, David Trummer and Dan Slack – DH World Championship Review

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What a weekend in Leogang! Still cleaning mud from their fingernails, ears and suspension linkages, we have three riders fresh from their DH World Championship podiums and straight into the podcast studio with George and Jack. Your new Women’s Elite World Champion, Camille Balanche, Elite Men’s Silver Medalist David Trummer and Junior Men’s Silver Medalist GB’s Dan Slack join in this post race analysis.

Make sure you listen to the end, where there’s a short statement from Danny Hart about his departure from Madison Saracen, and don’t miss the strong words from Jack about the support (or lack thereof) from British Cycling for Downhill.

Camille Balanche
Camille Balanche
Camille Balanche
Camille Balanche

World Championships Finish Images Credit: William Klock

Image Credit: Isac Paddock

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After taking a 17 year break from exercise, George rediscovered mountain bikes in 2008. Six years later, at 40 years of age he started racing Downhill and the following season somehow ended up on the Revolution Bike Park Race Team. As the other members of the team fought for podiums and National Series victories, George searched for mid-pack mediocrity. In a bit to add some value #makingupthenumbers was born; a blog about their race weekends and in particular life towards the back of the field.

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