Rachel Atherton’s World Cup Winning Run from La Bresse, France | UCI MTB 2018


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►Watch the recap of UCI MTB World Cup 2018 La Bresse, France here: https://win.gs/UCILaBresseLIVE
Take a deep breath… the finals are upon us. Some titles remain up for grabs, champions-elect are yet to be crowned, but for the rest of the pros, it’s their last opportunity to claim a scalp or two before the UCI World Championships. They’re officially calling last orders in the Last Chance Saloon and the stage is perfectly set for a classic!

La Bresse seems to have a propensity for producing dramatic racing and historically significant results. In 2011, Aaron Gwin locked up the first of his back-to-back titles here with a third place. It sealed him the title for Trek Factory Racing with a round to spare. It was the first time an American had won the overall crown.

►Check back on the previous winning runs here:
►Men’s winning run at Mont-Sante-Anne, Canada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpZBdxj7xXI
►Women’s winning run at Mont-Sante-Anne, Canada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77BTe3-_vwU

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