Leogang World Cup overall standings
Who slots where?
3 down, 4 to go. With a month until the Val di Sole and Vallnord salvo, this seems like a good time to pause and take a look at the standings so far. There were no clear leaders before today's race and that's still the case now. What a start to the season we've had!
With just 9 points separating the top four after Fort William, it was basically all to play for in the men's rankings. After his second consecutive win, Pierron takes a big stride forward and will don the leader's jersey in Val di Sole. Gwin's gutsy ride with a broken thumb keeps him just 50 points back.
Brosnan creeps up one place and Loris slips back two. The big winner was Laurie Greenland who halves his number board from 10 to five. Luca is not too harmed by another race run disaster and only falls back one place to seventh, one point behind Blenki.
Myriam Nicole just about clings on to her top spot but with just ten points in it, it's still all to play for. Tahnee hangs on to third despite a DQ but she's lost a lot of ground on the top 2, now sitting over 160 points back. Tracey, who leaps up to fourth, may now have her in her sights with just 26 points between them.
Kye A'Hern's win means he will take the number one plate into Val di Sole. There are just 10 points in it now between him and Daprela and it's no doubt going to be tight for the rest of the season. Kade Edwards holds third but has slipped to 55 points back, he's got a lot of catching up to do between now and La Bresse if he wants to mount a serious challenge for the overall.
Lucas Cruz holds fourth but with Jamie Edmondson and Henry Kerr finding their feet and scrambling up the rankings he'll have to be watching his back for the rest of the season.
Vali Holl continues to stride forwards and could mathematically have the series sewn up in a couple of races. Catch her if you can! Giminez and Zibasa swap place while Newkirk and Johnset stay put.