[Racing] Gwin & Hannah fastest in Leogang Qualies


Proving he’s clearly the man to beat at Leogang, regardless of wheel size blather, Aaron Gwin took the win in Qualifying today. LOOK AT THE TIME! Gwin’s time in the speed trap was ridiculous. Anyhow, Greg Minnaar came in 2.2 seconds back in second and the usual suspects rounded out the top 5.



Aaron Gwin is the man to beat in Leogang.
Three time winner, once without a chain. Gwin is always on a rampage at Leogang.
Minnaar casually cruising into second. he hasn’t fared as well here as he does in Fort William, but don’t count him out.
Troy with a clean 3rd place qualifier.
Loic Bruni cruising into 4th and looking for a big finish this year.
Loris Vergier made a meteoric rise into the top of the men’s field. It’s only a matter of time until he takes a win. 5th in qualies.

With Rachel Atherton nursing an injured shoulder, that’s making the women’s field great again…Just kidding, but it will likely be more of a battle for the top step. Tracey Hannah took the fastest time with Tahnee Seagrave right up there…


Tracey Hannah taking the fastest time in Women’s qualies. She’s due for a win…
Pom Pon keeping it fast and low.
Emilie Seigenthaler cruising into 6th.

In men’s juniors, Matt Walker in surely putting some pressure on front runner Finn Iles with the win in qualies…Tomorrow should be exciting…


Matt Walker took the fastest qualie time, on the hunt for another win after Fort William.
Finn Iles trying to back up his first win…

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