How does she do it?! Just three races on from dislocating her shoulder, Rachel Atherton is back at the top as she qualifies fastest in Lenzerheide.

Atherton was in so much pain yesterday she chose not to do any timed training runs but she still pulled it out of the bag in the Swiss bike park to claim top spot.

Vallnord's winner, Myriam Nicole, has kept it quiet so far but make no mistake, she'll be hoping to leap-frog Hannah in the virtual overall this afternoon

Vallnord's winner, Myriam Nicole, lies second, almost a second back but she has now leapfrogged Tracey Hannah in the virtual overall as the Ausssie qualified third (but there's still only five points in it).

Tracey Hannah slashes through the Alpine meadows, you can't deny the prettiness of this course

Emilie Siegenthatler was fourth and Tahnee Seagrave fifth.

Second from bottom in timed training for Tahnee but we can tell you she's looking anything but slow

Lenzerheide women's qualifying results

(full results to follow)

  1. Rachel Atherton - 3:33.082
  2. Myriam Nicole - 3:33.904
  3. Tracey Hannah - 3:34.374
  4. Emilie Siegenthaler - 3:37.591
  5. Tahnee Seagrave - 3:37.591


Junior results

Men's results