Highlights From The Snowshoe MTB World Cup

It took a while but the rain finally came down on a MTB World Cup in 2022. Snowshoe West Virginia knocked the level of challenge up a few notches and plenty of rocks and roots became lubricated by the downpour and the great slip ‘n slide ensued. It was legendary to see Minnaar get a podium (his 84th) on his 150th World Cup race start. Tough one for Alan Hatherly with a lot of crashing this weekend but he’s still strong in 1st and 3rd on the XCC and XCO overalls respectively. Highlights below!

XCC

XCC Highlights From Snowshoe World Cup

Top 5 Women:
1. Gwendalyn Gibson 21.40
2. Anne Terpstra 21.42
3. Jenny Rissveds 21.44
4. Alessandra Keller 21.47
5. Jolanda Neff 21.49

Top 5 men:
1. Christopher Blevins 21.53
2. Vlad Dascalu 21.55
3. Luca Braidot 21.57
4. Sebastian Fini Carstensen 22.04
5. Titouan Carod. 22.05

DH

Full DH Highlights From Snowshoe World Cup
Winning Downhill Runs From Snowshoe

Top 5 women:
1. Camille Balanche:4.28,585
2. Myriam Nicole 4.32,730
3. Nina Hoffmann 4.34,692
4. Vali Höll 4.44,489
5. Monika Hrastnik 4.45,362

Top 5 men:
1. Amaury Pierron: 3.34,442
2. Bernard Kerr: 3.34,856
3. Andreas Kolb: 3.36,250
4. Ronan Dunne: 3.37,013
5. Greg Minnaar 3.37,962

XCO

Elite Men XCO Highlights Snowshoe World Cup
Elite Women XCO Highlights Snowshoe World Cup

Top 5 Women:
1st. Alessandra Keller: 1:24:35
2nd. Jenny Rissveds: 1:25:12
3rd. Anne Terpstra: 1:25:25
4th. Mona Mitterwallner: 1:25:42
5th. Jolanda Neff: 1:26:59

Top 5 Men:
1st. David Valero Serrano: 1:25:11
2nd. Titouan Carod: 1:25:16
3rd. Luca Braidot: 1:25:22
4th. Christopher Blevins: 1:25:22
5th. Filippo Colombo: 1:25:31

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