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17pts - 15/08/2019 15:17:25

The Ibis Enduro Team look back on a weekend of racing in Whistler.( Photos:...

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2pts - 14/08/2019 16:01:03

Two-time Enduro World Series champion Sam Hill took second overall and banked cru...

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2pts - 14/08/2019 11:01:00

For every athlete gracing the world stage, there is a team of people behind them ...

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4pts - 13/08/2019 17:01:04

Six big stages over two days pushed the riders to the max.( Comments: 1 )

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6pts - 12/08/2019 17:17:30

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6pts - 12/08/2019 11:51:23

Riders faced a day of mud after a night of rain that made the trails treacherous ...

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8pts - 12/08/2019 11:34:22

The results are in for the fifth round of Fantasy Enduro League. See who won the ...

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12pts - 11/08/2019 21:34:23

Riders are on course for a slippery day two in Whistler.( Photos: 2, Commen...

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10pts - 11/08/2019 09:17:25

The first day of racing at EWS Whistler provided plenty of drama on the 20-minute...

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12pts - 11/08/2019 02:01:02

The women's results from the Queen stage are in.( Photos: 2 )

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17 - 15/08/2019 15:17:25

The Ibis Enduro Team look back on a weekend of racing in Whistler.( Photos: 12 )

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2 - 14/08/2019 16:01:03

Two-time Enduro World Series champion Sam Hill took second overall and banked crucial points in a bid to retain his championship title.( Photos: 8 )

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2 - 14/08/2019 11:01:00

For every athlete gracing the world stage, there is a team of people behind them making sure everything is as it should be.( Photos: 6 )

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4 - 13/08/2019 17:01:04

Six big stages over two days pushed the riders to the max.( Comments: 1 )

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6 - 12/08/2019 17:17:30

The sixth round of the 2019 Enduro World Series, the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized, reached as dramatic a conclusion as you’d expect from the largest race in the history of the series. Complete rankings Nearly 700 riders took to the start line high above Whistler on the iconic Top of the World trail, before descending more than 1500 feet and 11km of singletrack into the famous Crankworx finish corral. Saturday’s single race stage marked the first time the Whistler round had embraced a two day format – and stage one brought with it added pressure as it served as the Queen Stage with extra series points on offer. Isabeau Courdurier (Intense Mavic Cycling) stated her intentions straight out of the start gate – winning her sixth Queen Stage of the season. The French rider didn’t have the easiest of races, with crashes and an injured leg seeing her win just two of the six stages – but it was enough to clinch the overall and her unbeaten record this season remains intact. Noga Korem (GT Factory Racing) put down an amazingly consistent performance, winning one stage and finishing within the top three on the other five to earn the second spot on the podium. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau (Rocky Mountain/Race Face Enduro Team) delivered a strong performance in front of her home crowd to take third. In the men’s race Richie Rude (Yeti/Fox Shox Factory Race Team) also took the Queen Stage and the win – putting the hammer down on his rivals from the get go and leading the race throughout. Reining Champion Sam Hill (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) clawed back time on Sunday to finish up in second place, whilst Eddie Masters (Pivot Factory Racing) won stage two and finished the race in third. “I think it was my hardest day of the season so far,” said the 25-year-old who currently leads the overall series. “I really struggled since the first stage this morning. I went off track, had to get back up, get back on the bike. Then on the very last one I really crashed super hard and lost a lot of time, so I really thought, ‘Ok, it’s done. You’re not going to win this one. But you have to make it down anyway so just keep pushing,’ and I was really surprised to win this one. I’m really, really happy.” In the U21 category it was the local talent that shone, with Canadians Lucy Shick and Jack Menzies taking the win in their respective categories. John Richardson and Evan Wall rounded out the men’s podium, whilst Isabella Naughton and Julia Long did the same in the women’s category. In the Master Category Louise Paulin once again took the win, with Alba Wunderlin in second and Kirsty Stormer in third. In the men’s race Cedric Ravanel (Commencal Vallnord Enduro Racing Team) held off series leader and reigning Champion Karim Amour (Miranda Racing Team) to take the top step of the podium, Amour had to settle for second place, with Spain’s Cesar Garain in third. A strong performance from Rocky Mountain/Race Face Enduro saw them named Team of the Day. The series now moves its attention to round seven and a brand new venue in the USA, for the Northstar California EWS.

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