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  • DH World Cup 2022 Finals – Val di Sole (Spoilers)
  • rockitman
    Full Member

    Where better to hold the finals for what has been an epic World Cup season, than the valley of the sun?

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    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    1. Jordan Williams 3:35.941
    1. Loris Vergier 3:39.774

    Damn impressive for a junior seeing how fast Vergier looked!

    a11y
    Full Member

    1. Jordan Williams 3:35.941
    1. Loris Vergier 3:39.774

    Damn impressive for a junior seeing how fast Vergier looked!

    Slight weather effect for the elite men, but still I don’t think the juniors are going to struggle with pace stepping up to elites next year. Seriously quick! I think that’s Jordan’s only race he’s able to wear the rainbow jersey due to stepping up to elite next year?

    All races were superb, in the elite men alone so many were worthy of the win. Bernard Kerr, superb.  Gwin’s run was great to see and he was very much on it. Dak’s was super-smooth and a brilliant sportmanship moment seeing Gwin standing in the finish area with arms raised in celebration, despite Dak knocking him off the top of the timing. Then Vergier pulling off an incredible ride. And Kolb another deserving of a win sometime.

    Nine months. Nine **** months of no WC DH.

    sharkattack
    Full Member

    Nine months. Nine **** months of no WC DH

    Gutted. At least we’ll get to see what happens in the snow in October.

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