Windham: Gwin and Atherton Smash Competition

Windham: Gwin and Atherton Smash Competition

09/08/2015
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09/08/2015

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Simply staggering. Aaron Gwin does the impossible again – with a huge home crowd cheering him on, the American took the win on home turf by a convincing 3.5 second margin on a haggard, dusty, blown out track. Loris Vergier took his first big elite podium after keeping the hotseat warm for seemingly ages with a stormer of a run early on.

In the women’s, no one can touch Rachel. She won by nearly ten seconds. The only other thing worth talking about is that Missy Giove still rules and at 43, she still crushed it and had a great time despite very little practice on a new bike.

In men’s juniors, Laurie Greenland took another win, establishing that his first wasn’t a fluke.
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Manon Carpenter

Manon Carpenter

2E4B5691

Ed Masters

Ed Masters

2E4B5603

Charlie Harrioson

Charlie Harrioson

BM6I0930

Bad- Boi Greg Minnaar stelt hier kurz klar, wer welches Rad fährt.

2E4B5882

BM6I1416

Brendog!

Brendog!

Luca Shaw

Luca Shaw

BM6I2376

Rachel Atherton

Rachel Atherton

BM6I2092

BM6I2048

BM6I2015

"The Missle" Giove.

“The Missle” Giove.

Jackob Dickson

Jackob Dickson

BM6I2553

BM6I2595

BM6I2632

BM6I2706

BM6I2746

BM6I2739

BM6I2775

BM6I2799

Style for miles!

Style for miles!

BM6I2830

BM6I2954

BM6I3263

BM6I3114

#Gwinning.

#Gwinning.

BM6I3067

BM6I3032

BM6I3024

BM6I2982

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