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SNOWSHOE WORLD CUP

THE TIME HAS COME

The World Cup is on its final stretch. During the Snowshoe race this weekend, we will see Bec McConnell's opportunity to redeem herself after the Australian's bad luck in Vallnord. Here is where we will see her real chances of winning the XCO championship.

Snowshoe, West Virginia (USA), will host the seventh round of the XCO World Cup and the fifth DH race. Both will serve to narrow down the possible winners of the overall standings as there are only two more races to go. As for the Mondraker riders, Bec McConnell will be in the spotlight as she is the overall leader in the XCO discipline.


PMG RACING TEAM

After the Vallnord World Cup just a few days ago, where two punctures knocked Bec out of podium contention, we saw the Australian back on form with a really strong pace and an even better mindset. Her third place on Friday in the XCC Short Track race, and fighting at the front until the first puncture proved it, and in Snowshoe we expect to see the best version of McConnell again.


Jofre Cullell, following his best race in a World Cup in Vallnord, will try to replicate his good performance. In Andorra, he consistently rode between 10th and 11th place, and only the appearance of cramps near the end of the last lap, relegated the Catalan to 17th place. A result that, despite everything, shows Jofre's good form


The Balearic rider Francesc Barber will also be fighting for a good result in Snowshoe in the Junior World Cup as well as gaining experience in the discipline.

MS MONDRAKER

Another highlight of the weekend will be the sixth round of the DH World Cup. After Vallnord, the MS Mondraker riders will try to put in a good performance after the results were not quite what they had hoped for, as it also was tough to a fair number of participants. The Andorran circuit was extremely demanding and the fact that it was a new course for everyone made it a total gamble. Even so, Eleonora Farina obtained a meritorious 6th position which means that the Italian is fighting in the final standings in which she is fourth.

SCHEDULES

 

Friday 7/29/2022

 

• 11:20PM UTC+2: Women's XCC Short Track Final 

• 00:15PM UTC+2 (Saturday 30): Men's XCC Short Track Final 


Saturday 7/30/2022


• 6:25PM UTC+2: Women's DH Final

• 7:45PM UTC+2: Men's DH Final


Sunday 7/31/2022

 

• 6:00PM UTC+2: Women’s XCO Final

• 8:30PM UTC+2: Men's XCO Final


You can follow the races on RED BULL TV, PMG Mondraker Team and MS MONDRAKER