Photos: Callum Philpott

Aaron Gwin has won the Leogang World Cup by more than three seconds. Gwin was down by over a second at split two but was visibly quicker on the lower, techier part of the course to take the win.

Loris Vergier ably filled Loic Bruni's shoes to ake second, his best result ever, while Troy Brosnan finished third. Danny Hart is still on the hunt for that illusive win in fourth while Greg Minnaar backed up last weekend's performance with a fifth.

Troy Brosnan finish line
Troy Brosnan finish line
Loris Vergier finish line
Loris Vergier finish line
Greg Williamson is loving life at Cube, sixth place for the Scot
Greg Williamson finish line
DBlown shock finish line
DBlown shock finish line

Leogang World Cup 2016: men's results

  1. Aaron Gwin - 3:28.686
  2. Loris Vergier - 3:31.817
  3. Troy Brosnan - 3:32.804
  4. Danny Hart - 3:34.055
  5. Greg Minnaar - 3:35.165

Men's results Leogang race.pdf

Click here for the women's results

Click here for the junior results