A weekend full of highs and lows…
It was wet and wild this weekend in Fort Bill, but it's fair to say the atmosphere was electrifying as always. Whilst the extremely muddy conditions took out a few of the top names, a few others thrived on the difficulty and put on performances to remember.
With his extraordinary second place, Troy Brosnan takes the leader’s jersey going into Leogang next weekend. His final run was nothing short of insane, scraping 3.6 seconds off Finn Iles’ time. If it wasn’t for Amaury Pierron going full beast mode, he’d had brought it home…
A tough weekend for Tahnee Seagrave who ruptured the ligaments around her collarbone and suffered a grade 2 AC joint tear. With surgery sadly on the cards, she’ll be out of action for the next couple of events. Wishing you a speedy recovery Tahnee!
Kaos Seagrave brought all the steeze he’s known for (especially in the new Fox kit) but couldn’t put down a fast-enough time to qualify for finals. Onto the next Kaos! 🤘🤘
In the juniors, Jamie Edmondson (aka JED) put down a solid run for 6th. Unhappy with a couple of mistakes, he’s got plenty in the tank and is fired up for the next event. On the women’s side, we’re stoked to see SRAM Young Guns’ Anna Newkirk take her first ever World Cup win and snatch the leader’s jersey at the same time. Amazing work guys.
Thanks to all for popping by the Muc-Off tent and having a chat, we’ve had an absolute blast and can’t wait for next year (although we’re hoping for slightly easier weather next time!).
Check out our Facebook photo album for the full gallery.
Photography by Dan Hearn / Mad Dog Boris
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