Final Results from the Val di Sole DH World Championships 2021

by | August 29, 2021

The 2021 DH World Championships are underway in Val di Sole, stay tuned for live results and updates.

Izabela Yankova kicked off racing today in Val di Sole with a huge win in the Junior Women’s race as she bested second-placed Kine Haugom by nearly 11 seconds. Jackson Goldstone takes home the rainbow jersey from his first Junior World Championships after a great performance. There was a close fight with Jordan Williams, but Jackson would find 1.812 seconds on the British rider.

Myriam Nicole had a perfect run in the Elite Women’s race to fly into first place by nearly five seconds. Marine Cabirou laid down one of the most impressive performances today as she fought through her injury from Les Gets to cross the line in second place. 2020 World Champion, Camille Balanche, didn’t match her winning run from last year, but she still walks away from Val di Sole with the bronze medal after a great run on the tricky course.

The Elite Men’s racing provided plenty of drama as Greg Minnaar takes his fourth World Championships title. Benoit Coulanges came close to taking the top spot, but he would have to settle for the silver medal as he came across the line 0.227 seconds behind Greg. Troy Brosnan rounds out the top three riders and is the only other person to come within a second of Greg Minnaar’s winning time.

Check out the full results below.


Results:


Elite Women


1st. Myriam Nicole: 4:06.243
2nd. Marine Cabirou: +4.827
3rd. Camille Balanche: +6.099
4th. Monika Hrastnik: +9.085
5th. Tahnee Seagrave: +9.781


Elite Men


1st. Greg Minnaar: 3:28.963
2nd. Benoit Coulanges: +0.227
3rd. Troy Brosnan: +0.441
4th. Loris Vergier: +1.166
5th. Danny Hart: +1.850


Junior Women


1st. Izabela Yankova: 4:30.865
2nd. Kine Haugom: +10.844
3rd. Gracey Hemstreet: +13.245
4th. Simonka Kuchynkova: +15.153
5th. Delia De Mocogno: +15.512


Junior Men


1st. Jackson Goldstone: 3:37.097
2nd. Jordan Williams: +1.812
3rd. Lachlan Stevens-McNab: +3.560
4th. Ethan Craik: +4.848
5th. Oisin O Callaghan: +6.218


Full Results:

Elite Women

Elite Men

Junior Women

Junior Men


Live Race Updates:

7:37 am PDT

Greg Minnaar is the 2021 Elite Men’s DH World Champion!

7:35 am PDT

Loris Vergier has a wild run but he loses a lot of time at the bottom and goes into fourth place. Only Thibaut Daprela can stop Greg Minnaar from taking the 2021 World Championship title.

7:31 am PDT

Loic Bruni won’t be taking the rainbow jersey today as he goes over the line in fifth place.

7:28 am PDT

Greg Minnaar goes fastest! Greg has a rapid run to pass the time of Benoit Coulanges by just 0.227 seconds.

7:24 am PDT

Matt Walker just puts himself in front of David Trummer and sits in fourth place.

7:22 am PDT

With five Elite Men left the top five is:

1st. Benoit Coulanges: 3:29.190
2nd. Troy Brosnan: +0.214
3rd. Danny Hart: +1.623
4th. David Trummer: +2.933
5th. Finn Iles: +4.162

7:20 am PDT

Troy Brosnan comes so close but he falls just 0.214 seconds back and sits in 2nd place with five more riders at the top.

7:18 am PDT

Benoit Coulanges has taken the top spot from Danny Hart! Benoit manages to find a sizeable 1.623 seconds on Danny Hart to take the lead with six riders left.

7:13 am PDT

David Trummer can’t match the pace of Danny Hart but he does slot himself into second place, 1.3 seconds back.

7:06 am PDT

Danny Hart flies past the time of Finn Iles as he goes a massive two and a half seconds faster! Danny is the first rider to beat the fastest qualifying time of Loris Vergier.

7:01 am PDT

With 10 Elite Men left the top five is:

1st. Finn Iles: 3:33.352
2nd. Luca Shaw: +0.545
3rd. Andreas Kolb: +0.649
4th. Antoine Vidal: +0.905
5th. Mark Wallace: +2.236

7:00 am PDT

Luca Shaw goes into second place, half a second behind Finn Iles.

6:58 am PDT

Finn Iles has a wild run to take the lead from Andreas Kolb by only 0.649 seconds!

6:55 am PDT

Angel Suarez was looking to be way up on Andreas Kolb’s time but he goes down. Angel gets back up and manages to finish his run just under three seconds back in eighth place.

6:52 am PDT

Reece Wilson isn’t able to defend his title today as he reaches the bottom of the course with a front flat tire. Reece finishes just under two seconds back and goes into fifth place.

6:49 am PDT

Mark Wallace just breaks into the top three as he finishes 1.587 seconds back from Andreas Kolb.

6:46 am PDT

Dakotah Norton was on an incredible run but he gets thrown off line in the bottom part of the course.

6:43 am PDT

Andreas Kolb goes into the lead by just 0.256 seconds! Andreas is the first rider to beat Antoine Vidal’s time in nearly an hour of racing.

6:37 am PDT

Bernard Kerr pulls together a great run and slots into third place, just over one and a half seconds back.

6:33 am PDT

Laurie Greenland must have crashed at the top of the course as he crosses the line nearly 28 seconds back.

6:28 am PDT

With 20 Elite Men left the top five is:

1st. Antoine Vidal: 3:34.257
2nd. Tuhoto-Ariki Pene: +1.383
3rd. Oliver Zwar: +2.722
4th. Rastislav Baranek: +2.889
5th. Joe Breeden: +3.353

6:18 am PDT

It looks like it is starting to rain on course, let’s hope it doesn’t mess with the results today.

6:02 am PDT

After the first 40 Elite Men the top five is:

1st. Antoine Vidal: 3:34.257
2nd. Tuhoto-Ariki Pene: +1.383
3rd. Oliver Zwar: +2.722
4th. Rastislav Baranek: +2.889
5th. Alex Marin: +3.732

5:54 am PDT

Tuhoto-Ariki Pene is the closest to Antoine Vidal’s time so far as he goes 1.383 seconds back and into 2nd.

5:47 am PDT

Antoine Vidal sets a blistering early run as he goes fastest by over four and a half seconds. Antoine’s time is less than two seconds back from Loris Vergier’s fastest qualifier.

5:37 am PDT

The Elite Men are now on course and after the first 20 riders the top five is:

1st. Jacob Dickson: 3:39.470
2nd. Finn Hawkesby-Browne: +0.470
3rd. Lino Lehmann: +4.661
4th. Lucas Cruz: +4.735
5th. Zak Gomilscek: +6.744

4:50 am PDT

Myriam Nicole wins the 2021 DH World Championships in Val di Sole by a massive 4.827 seconds!

4:46 am PDT

Camille Balanche won’t be retaining the rainbow jersey but she will still be walking away from Val di Sole with a medal as she finishes her run in second place. Only Myriam Nicole is left to beat the time of Marine Cabirou.

4:42 am PDT

Monika Hrastnik has a great run to pass Tahnee Seagrave’s time and take second place with only two more riders left.

4:38 am PDT

Marine Cabirou fights through injury to smash the time of Tahnee Seagrave by nearly five seconds!

4:35 am PDT

A small mistake for Eleonora Farina costs her quite a bit of time, but she still comes across the line in second place. 0.188 seconds behind Tahnee Seagrave.

4:33 am PDT

With five Elite Women left the top five is:

1st. Tahnee Seagrave: 4:16.024
2nd. Mille Johnset: +0.283
3rd. Jessica Blewitt: +1.892
4th. Veronika Widmann: +3.669
5th. Emilie Siegenthaler: +9.690

4:32 am PDT

Tahnee Seagrave goes fastest with five more women left at the top of the course.

4:26 am PDT

Mille Johnset goes into the lead by over one and a half seconds.

4:23 am PDT

Vali Höll looked to be on an incredible run but goes down! Vali continues her way down the course but finishes in fourth place, nearly 11 seconds back.

4:16 am PDT

With ten Elite Women left the top five is:

1st. Jessica Blewitt: 4:17.916
2nd. Veronika Widmann: +1.777
3rd. Emilie Siegenthaler: +7.798
4th. Anna Newkirk: +11.880
5th. Mathilde Bernard: +17.168

4:13 am PDT

Jessica Blewitt now takes the lead by a huge 7.7798 seconds!

4:11 am PDT

Emilie Siegenthaler sets the fastest time so far by four seconds. We are within 15 seconds of the top Elite Women’s qualifier.

4:06 am PDT

After the first ten Elite Women the top five is:

1st. Anna Newkirk: 4:29.796
2nd. Frida Ronning: +7.996
3rd. Abigail Hogie: +10.635
4th. Rachel Pageau: +16.960
5th. Justine Welzel: +19.690

4:00 am PDT

Frida Ronning goes into the lead by over two seconds. Abigail Hogie sits in second place and Rachel Pageau is in third.

3:55 am PDT

Ainhoa Ijurko is the first rider up today and she sets a time of 4:53.603. This run is around 40 seconds off the top qualifying time of Vali Höll.

Stay tuned for live updates and results from the Val di Sole DH World Championships.

The Elite Women’s racing kicks off at: PST 03:50 / EST 06:50 / GMT 11:50 / CET 12:50

The Elite Men will start at: PST 05:10 / EST 08:10 / GMT 13:10 / CEST 14:10


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