Vali Holl and Thibault Daprela have won the junior races in Val di Sole.
The top qualifiers asserted their dominance by dropping last and wrapping up their respective races. Holl was peerless as always and ended up 15 seconds clear of the rest of the pack. We've not done the maths yet but she can't be far from taking the series overall now.
Daprela will reclaim the #1 board in the juniors with his result and there was an awesome result for Propain Dirt's Henry Kerr who finished second. Patrick Butler, Kade Edwards and Hannes Lehmann complete the podium.
Val di Sole 2018 junior men's results Val di Sole 2018 junior women's results
Full results here Qualifying gallery
The Welsh lad sums up everyone's day.
A solid run for Brook ended in a Sam Hill-esque lie down in the final turn. He still qualified safely and will be primed for racing today.
A comfortable pole for Daprela today and technically the fastest racer on the hill. He'll want that #1 plate back off A'Hern quickly.
One of three Brits in the top ten... When the going gets wet, the Brits get going.
Fastest Brit Danny Hart came down fourth, comfortable as alway in any conditions.
A big crash for Pompon saw an overnight stay in hospital with a suspected broken back. Thankfully it’s just bad bruising but she won’t be racing today.
Second place is a best ever quali for the young American.
It was survival success for the SYndicate yesterday with both riders keeping it clean and slotting top ten.
Henry capped off a great day for the Propain Dirt team with sixth in the juniors. Phil and David both got top 20s in elites too.
Finn finally delivers! Second place with splits that suggest the top spot was within his reach.
Fastest woman of the day but on a significantly drier track, business as usual for Holl.
Thumb issues again for Gwin, reignited by a small spill in training. He didn’t do a quali run and we’re doubtful he’ll race today either.
It was a French party yesterday with four of them in the top ten. Benoit just missed out on making it five.
Two crashes saw Rach slip way down despite some fearsome splits.
Safely qualified and decimating Dean Lucas... a successful day for Loic Bruni.
Fort William was no fluke. Reece is simply on fire this year.
We don't know much about Josh but fair play, that sixth place makes him the fastest German in a long time.
A wild run from Tahnee but valuable points in the overall over Rach and Myriam thanks to her second place.
A great day for the Slovenian who qualifies first for the first time.
what a day for this youngster! Third place and one of six Commencal riders in the top 20. He was straight on the giggles after his run too!