UCI 2020 Mountain Bike World Championships Race Updates

 

heated battle heading into the final lap. The German sneakily peaked over his shoulder during the climb to see how much of a lead he had and spent the rest of the lap putting more distance in between him and the Swiss chaser. The advantage held by the German rider would prove too big to overcome and Krayer crossed the finish line in 1:16:39, securing the first German gold medal of the week, 40 seconds ahead of Baumann who, curiously, had to run his bike across the finish line.

Mona Mitterwallner-AUT

 

With an incredible last half lap, the battle for Bronze would be decided in the very final stretch of the race. Martin and Amos were wheel-to-wheel headed into the final two turns before the finish, but the French rider dug deep in the final sprint to secure another medal for France, finishing the race in 1:18:03.

 

Medal Standings

 

At the end of the second day of World Championship action, the medal standings look as follows:

Gold
Silver
Bronze
France
2
1
1
Germany
1
1
Austria
1
Great Britain
1
Switzerland
2
2
Italy
1
Denmark
1
Czech Republic
1

 

Results, times and more information can be found here:
https://www.bikewm2020.com/en/Races-Qualifiers-Trainings

 


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