Harriet Harnden and Øisin Ø Callaghan: Finding the path to success

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The 2023 DH Season ended with a bang and in this episode George, Jack and Emilie chat with two of the young guns who brought the fire, Øisin Ø Callaghan and Harriet Harnden. Enjoy!

Oisin O Callaghan seen at UCI DH World Cup in Snowshoe, USA on September 30, 2023 // Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool
Oisin O Callaghan performs at UCI DH World Cup in Snowshoe, USA on September 30, 2023 // Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool
Hattie Harnden performs at UCI DH World Cup in Mont Sainte Anne, Canada on October 7, 2023 // Bartek Wolinski / Red Bull Content Pool

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