With the 2022 season over, the Mondraker teams' results have been more than positive in both cross country and downhill. The PMG Racing Team has made history with a great Bec McConnell, suffering and fighting to the limit in the second part of the season. The Australian's work and sacrifice ability has made her achieve 2 podium finishes with silver medal at the end of the year, a milestone in Mondraker history that had never been achieved before. The PMG Racing Team and Bec McConnell continue to make history.
Meanwhile, Jofre Cullell and Francesc Barber have gained a season of experience in the World Cup in their respective categories, which will surely help them grow and achieve the desired results in the future.
For MS Mondraker it has also been a very good season as Eleonora Farina has achieved several podiums and finished 5th overall, a great success. The Italian has shown that she is among the elite riders of the international DH.
At the beginning of the season, MS Mondraker decided to renew its line-up with experienced riders like Dave Trummer and to bet on young talents like Tuhoto-Ariki. In their first season in the team, the results have been good, considering that bad luck due to mechanical problems or possible crashes play a major role in this discipline, something that unfortunately has taken its toll on the MS Mondraker riders. Undoubtedly, a good future also awaits MS Mondraker after this first season of adaptation and the good performances that Jacob Dickson has achieved throughout the year despite not being able to participate in the World Championships in Les Gets due to injury.
And as always, once the season is over, we are already looking forward to the 2023 World Cup season. We will have to wait and, for the time being, enjoy the results achieved by both the PMG Racing Team and MS Mondraker Team. The World Cup will start at the beginning of May in Holland for PMG and at the beginning of June in Switzerland for MS.
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