Vali Holl and Kye A'Hern have qualified fastest in the Mont Sainte Anne junior race. The track has dried up and times are about 40 seconds faster than yesterday's mudfest. If that's the same throughout the field, we could see some of the top men breaking the four-minute mark.

Mont Sainte Anne Junior Qualifying top 5

Junior Men

1. Kye A'Hern - 4:39.066
2. Thibault Daprela +0.427
3. Henry Kerr +3.069
4. Kade Edwards +3.843
5. Patrick Butler +5.779

Junior Women

1. Vali Holl - 5:35.688
2. Natasia Giminez + 31.236
3. Piper Allman + 42.208
4. Kaytlin Melvin + 1:16.400
5. Mazie Hayden +1:20.882

 

Holl wrapped up the junior women's title last race weekend but she's showing no signs of slowing down as she put more than half a minute into the rest of the field. Natasia Giminez came second and will be looking to take full advantage of Anna Newkirk not racing and move up into second place of the overall standing tomorrow. Canadian Piper Allman qualified third in her first ever World Cup.

In the junior men it was, as it has been most of the season, a straight shootout between Thibault Daprela and Kye A'Hern. This time A'Hern triumphed but he had to wrestle back over a second from the first split onwards. After those two was the customary Brit battle and Henry Kerr came out on top. The Propain Dirt junior is starting to establish himself as the quickest young Brit rider as the season progresses. Patrick Butler qualified fifth.

Junior Women's results

Click to expand

Junior Men's results

Click to expand

Elite men's results

Elite women's results

Full results here