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WATCH: The Winning Runs From Last Weekend’s Leogang World Cup

In case you missed it over the weekend, mountain biking’s elite men and women faced off in Leogang, Austria, for the third stop of the UCI DH World Cup. Check out the winning runs.

For the men, Amaury Pierron dethroned favorite Aaron Gwin – who had previously won this venue three years in a row – by five tenths of a second, coming in at 3:10.991. 

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Rachel Atherton topped out the woman’s podium at 3:41.141, just barely ahead of Myriam Nicole, who was up at the first split but ultimately had a mistake cost her in the end.

The fourth round of World Cup races will take place in Val di Sole, Italy next month, so stay tuned for more racing.

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