Qualifying Results from the Fort William DH World Cup 2022

by | May 21, 2022

After a flat out practice and Timed Training session on the rough and rowdy Fort William course riders were back between the tape to fight for the top qualifying spots ahead of tomorrow’s racing.

World Cup overall leader Camille Balanche took the top qualifying spot after a flying lap down the hill to beat Vali Höll by over one and a half seconds. Myriam Nicole wrapped up the top three but was over six seconds off the pace, it will be interesting to see if anyone can answer the speed of Camille tomorrow.

For the Elite Men Laurie Greenland backed up his Timed Training win to go fastest in qualifying by over two seconds. Charlie Hatton also followed up a great training result to second place today. Greg Minnaar is back at the top of things again with a third-place finish and just 2.490 seconds off teammate Laurie.

In the Juniors it was Phoebe Gale and Jackson Goldstone who went fastest and will be last down the hill tomorrow. It was a British top two for the Women as Pinkbike Racing’s Aimi Kenyon secured 2nd place in qualifying.

Check out the full results below.


Results:


Elite Women


1st. Camille Balanche: 5:20.684
2nd. Vali Höll: +1.794
3rd. Myriam Nicole: +6.128
4th. Marine Cabirou: +7.027
5th. Eleonora Farina: +8.997


Elite Men


1st. Laurie Greenland: 4:37.960
2nd. Charlie Hatton: +2.294
3rd. Greg Minnaar: +2.490
4th. Amaury Pierron: +2.856
5th. Bernard Kerr: +3.411


Junior Women


1st. Phoebe Gale: 5:33.107
2nd. Aimi Kenyon: +13.501
3rd. Gracey Hemstreet: +15.538
4th. Delia Da Mocogno: +25.469
5th. Jenna Hastings: +25.561

Junior Men


1st. Jackson Goldstone: 4:40.704
2nd. Jordan Williams: +0.659
3rd. Remy Meier-Smith: +5.481
4th. Kenneth Pinkerton: +10.599
5th. William Brodie: +14.395


Full Results:

Elite Women

Elite Men

Junior Women

Junior Men


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