The results are in from Leogang and we’re now at the halfway point of he season. Here’s how the overall stacks up
Men’s World Cup overall standings
A win for Gwin extends his lead while a third place for sees Brosnan lose a bit more ground. Danny Hart’s third fourth place finish of the season sees him keep his third place overall but he has Minnaar not far behind to worry about after a fifth place today. Loris Vergier jumps up the standings to fifth after his best ever World Cup weekend.
Juniors’ world cup overall standings
Second place today means Finn Iles retains his top spot in the junior standings. Geaten Vige‘s mid-season charge has brought him up to second place with Matt Walker dropping down to third. Nik Nestoroff and Jackson Frew round out the top five.
Women’s world cup overall standings
Is it any surprise to see Rachel Atherton on top here? She’s only twenty points off a perfect season and could completely miss a race and still stay out in front. Manon Carpenter and Tracey Hannah are separated by just 30 points in the battle for second but Tahnee Seagrave will be scrambling to join the fray after missing Fort Bill.