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Wet and Wild Mud Slashing On Finals Day of Pro GRT Port Angeles

In classic PNW fashion the finals day of the Pro GRT Port Angeles turned into a raw display of ass-hauling down the especially wet northwestern Washington downhill course. Riders were holding on for their lives as continuous rain made for some seriously loose riding on the Pro GRT's tight downhill course. 

The rain fell the heaviest during the finals of the Junior Men division as they sprayed mud through quick turns and struggled to see out of trashed goggles. Conditions didn't differ much for the Elite Women, except for the considerably eroded downhill track after the young guns thrashed the thing. 

To the delight of the Elite Men, the sun did make an appearance and shined throughout their race making for the fastest riding of the weekend, as the rain came to a halt and much of the loose mud had been scraped away

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