We reckon we’ll remember this World Cup for a long time to come. It may be 25 years since we first went racing in Mont Sainte Anne but it never fails to bring the high-intensity drama. This time Gwin was impervious to the rain and Tahnee brought home her second World Cup win. Incredible!
Red Bull said; “Would you ride this huge amount of mud?
“It may have been wet but this year’s World Cup in Mont-Sainte-Anne will live long in the memory for some truly remarkable racing in trying circumstances.
“The victory was Gwin’s third win at Mont-Sainte-Anne and that result now sees him just 33 points behind Greg Minnaar in the race for the overall World Cup title. Brosnan is also still in the hunt at 77 points behind the South African. There’s all still to play for in Val de Sole, Italy on August 26–27.”