With just two races to go, it's time to get the calculators out and start your predictions for the World Cup overall.

This week we crowned our first overall champion as Holl's pillaging of the junior women's series saw her claim win number five and a guarantee of the title at the end of the year. She still has another year to go before ascending to elites but must already be itching to be right up there.

The other series are all to play for, although some are closer than others. Daprela seems to have a handy lead in the juniors, as does Pierron in the elites, but Rach and Tahnee are set for a biblical scrap in Canada and France for the women's title.

Junior Women

Holl takes it with two still to go. Don't expect any sign of let up though as a whitewash is well on the cards for her. American Anna Newkirk leapfrogs Giminez while Zibasa and Johnset hold firm in fourth and fifth.

Junior men

Thibault Daprela takes a huge step towards the overall but it's not quite a done deal yet. He needs 41 points over the next two rounds to mathematically seal it, basically two podiums and it's his. Kye A'Hern holds second, 80 points in arrears. Henry Kerr squeezes ahead of Kade Edwards but there's just one point in it. It could go either way between these young Brit pinners with two rounds to go.

Jamie Edmondson jumps from seventh to fifth but with 25 points separating fifth to tenth, it's all to play for.

Elite women

Tahnee moves within 80 points of Rachel in what must surely be the most enthralling title battle of the lot. If Tahnee continues pulling back 40 points a round, she'll end up in a dead heat with Atherton. This one's going down to the wire, that's for sure.

With Myriam missing two back to back rounds, Hannah swaps places with her and now sits third. Monika Hrastnik stays fifth as a privateer - a great season for her so far.

Elite Men

Can Amaury Pierron be beaten now? He has a lead of 280 points, meaning he needs 220 points over the next two rounds to secure it mathematically, at this point he could miss a race and still be in the lead. We said the same thing about Minnaar last year though and he still ended up getting caught after some abysmal bad luck, so don't write it up in pen just yet...

Loris takes over second place from Greenland. It's a leap of five places and he's come out of no where to put himself right in contention but he has a slim lead of seven points to play with, it's still anyone's game between these two. Greenland and Brosnan both drop one spot respectively to sit third and fourth. Danny Hart holds firm in fifth. Gwin's no show sees him drop from fourth to eighth.

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