Val di Sole World Cup overall standings 2018
Who sits where?
Four races down, three to go. We're over the halfway mark of the season and it's starting to look very interesting in the overall.
Let's take a look at who sits where after a week of carnage in Trentino.
Vali Holl now just needs 20 points (or a third place) to wrap up the overall in the junior women's series. She's simply on another level. Can we get her moved up to elites a year early?
With Kye A'Hern not racing, Thibault's win catapults him back into pole position in the standings. He'll now have a fifty point buffer for the rest of the season and, with Kye A'Hern potentially missing Vallnord too, he could just have taken a giant stride towards the overall win. He'll also be stoked to be wearing the White jersey at his team's home World Cup.
Kade Edwards stays third but he's starting to lose ground on the top two. Propain Dirt's Henry Kerr is the big winner jumping from sixth to fourth.
Well, well, well - all change at the top for the women. Myriam Nicole is the big loser as her crash yesterday sees her drop to third. Rachel now sits in the driving seat with just a 100 point lead over Tahnee... It's going to be tight for the rest of the season!
Tracey Hannah stays fourth and Monika Hrastnik makes a huge move from seventh to fifth.
With Gwin not at full fitness, Pierron takes a huge stride forward toward the overall title. He can now miss a race and still be on top no matter what happens. What a season this boy's having!
Greenland comes out of nowhere to snatch the number two plate, is it too late for him to mount a title challenge?
Brosnan stays third but Gwin's thumb problem continues and he falls to fourth.
Danny Hart also profits and climbs to fifth.