A tough day for Jill Kintner - she crashed in the middle of her race run and is in hospital with a broken arm and dislocated wrist. Good luck Jill.
Brendan Fairclough hasn’t had much luck this week, a hand injury took him out of the race.
Josh Bryceland is a petrol head, but is he a Ford Mustang or a Fiat Abarth?
As pro athletes - Gee, Slugger and their mechanic Marc give us their opinion on american food.
Mick Hannah has been full of enthusiasm and looked so fast all week - 8th place, maybe pushing a little too hard?
Myriam Nicole has a fair old graze on her chin from a big crash in practice, but she held it together for 5th.
Good race for Emilie Siegenthaler, 4th place today.
Emmeline Ragot had a massive crash on the last jump that surely cost her the win.
Tracey Hannah was less than 0.3 sec behind Rachel. It's getting interesting.
Rachel Atherton had a good run except for one controversial excursion through the tapes that cost her some time.
Even with 20 stitches in his arm, Danny Hart was 2nd fastest at the first split.
Andrew Neethling gets in race mood with some interesting music choices.
Peaty was positive this morning, he's been working hard to overcome his hamstring injury. But it seems like things are just not going
right for him - out of the race with a flat tyre.
After a 9th place today, Greg Minnaar is still one of the two guys that could beat Aaron Gwin in the overall. Here's an interesting story.
First senior podium for Loic Bruni. 5th with style for miles.
Danny Hart was running a super lightweight tubeless wheel/tyre combo today. EX500 rims and Shwalbe Muddy Mary, Hans Dampf rear.
Gee Atherton is happy to be getting some form back.
Steve Smith had a good race, happy with 2nd on Canada Day. But he doesn’t carry a marker pen for signing stuff.
Another win clearly shows that Aaron Gwin has an edge over the rest, but its not like he's cruising down the hill either. A few wild moments for Gwinny.
For some reason the winners each got a big bottle of chocolate milk - just what you want in 35 degree heat. Gwinny gives it the taste test.
Ernie Reale organises the marshals here in Windham, he also raced the Gravity East series here this morning and made 7th in 40+ category. Then he opened the World Cup course in his Captain America outfit. U...S...A...! See you next year
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Another day of blistering heat and dusty racing. There was a fair amount of carnage out there today, bikes and bodies took a beating. It’s fair to say the last 2 weeks have been hard work for everyone.