Loic Bruni has won the men's World Championships in Lenzerheide. It's his second consecutive World title and puts him in an exclusive club of three time winners with Sam Hill, Greg Minnaar, and Nico Vouilloz. He has now won three of the last four World Championships and becomes the first man to retain the jersey since Minnaar in 2012/2013.
Lenzerheide men's World Championships top 5
1. Loic Bruni - 2:55.114
2. Martin Maes +0.213
3. Danny Hart +0.305
4. Loris Vergier +0.749
5. Aaron Gwin +1.341
Bruni's 2:55.114 was the only time fast enough to beat enduro upstart and La Bresse's winner Martin Maes as track conditions deteriorated throughout the afternoon. There was a medal for Britain thanks to Danny Hart, who finished third.
Loris Vergier and Aaron Gwin complete the top five.