Monday, July 30, 2007

Ross, Rusch, O'Dea do well at the 24 Hr of 9 Mile!

These are the fastest guys in the game! To place in the top five is huge, and we have two there!

24 Hour Men's Solo Championship
Field Size: 36

1. Chris Eatough
2. Nat Ross Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
3. Mark Hendershot 55nine / Kona Bicycles 4 Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish

24 Hour Women's Solo Championship:

1. Pua Sawicki
2. Rebecca Rusch Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish

Nat and Eddie both use Wobble-naught for fitting their customers. Go see them if you want to be able to go the distance!

What's in your game?

Krisitn Armstrong "Victory", Yellow and Polka Dots In Altoona.

VanGilder takes finale; Armstrong takes the overall.

Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) nailed down her victory of the yellow and polka dot jerseys for the second consecutive season, ahead of a very tough adversary, US national champion Mara Abbott (Webcor-Builder's). TEAm Lipton continued their podium super success with Kori Seehafer's third place.

Armstrong said: "Last night when we had our team meeting we had to decide whether we wanted to just protect the yellow jersey or if we wanted to go out there and race our bikes," Armstrong said while reflecting on the sunset year for her Olympic focused team. "We wanted to end this year and this season tough, to just have a really strong ending to a really great team."

"We raced aggressive all week to get the yellow jersey and so we didn't want to just sit in today. I think the terrain here can be really intimidating but everyone continued to race not only with strength but by being smart. So women's cycling seems to be moving in a good direction."

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Sweet Sugar! Jeremiah Bishop and Georgia Gould both #1 in XC Sugar Mt. NC!

National Mountain Bike Series 6 (NMBS-AMBC) - 1

Sugar Mountain, North Carolina, USA, July 27-29, 2007

Stage 7 - July 28: Pro Men Cross Country,


1. Jeremiah Bishop (USA) Trek/VW 2.15.58 Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
2. Geoff Kabush (Can) Team Maxxis 0.59
3. Adam Craig (USA) Giant 3.13
4. Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 4.46
5. Barry Wicks (USA) Kona 5.45
6. Todd Wells (USA) Gt Bikes 7.03

National Mountain Bike Series 6 (NMBS-AMBC) - 1

Sugar Mountain, North Carolina, USA, July 27-29, 2007

Stage 6 - July 28: Pro Women Cross Country,

"It feels good to still be riding fast," Gould said. "It's been a long season and some people thought that maybe I started the season out a little too hard - so it's good to see that my fitness is still there and I haven't burned myself out."


1. Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Womens MTB 1.57.42 Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
2. Willow Koerber (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 1.21
3. Catherine Pendrel (Can) Norco 2.56
4. Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Womens MTB Team 4.19
5. Mary Mcconneloug (USA) Kenda/Seven Cycles 5.50
6. Heather Irmiger (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 6.20
7. Shonny Vanlandingham (USA) Luna Womens MTB Team 6.33 Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
8. Lea Davison US Trek/VW 6.40 Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
9. Susan Haywood (USA) Trek/VW 9.16

Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) takes over "Yellow Jersey".

Kristin Armstrong takes over the yellow. Kori Seehafer holds on to third!

"I really wanted to keep Kori in the yellow jersey today because I want other girls to have the opportunity to race their bikes," Armstrong said. "Today we knew it would come down to the typical climbers and so I needed to be on Mara. It was hard to figure out what the Webcor strategy would be, because they have such a strong team all together.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Super Results at MTB CA. Nationals.

Racers to the north have good results. How cool is this! Steve Neal of Performance Devlopment, using our fitting services, has done his homework. Todd Herriott has also done a super job with Seamus McGrath. You can go to one of our fitters and get the best fit of your life!


Elite Men:

1. Geoff Kabush (BC) Maxxis 1.58.52
2. Max Plaxton (BC) Rocky Mountain / Haywood 0.22 Wobble-naught/Steve Neal Performance Development
3. Derek Zandstra (ON) 3 Rox Racing / Scott 1.33
4. Seamus McGrath (BC) Rocky Mountain / Haywood 3.32 Wobble-naught/Herriott Sports Performance/Todd Herriott
5. Kris Sneddon (BC) Kona Les Gets 7.41

Elite Women:

1. Marie-Helene Premont (QC) Rocky Mountain / Haywood 1.50.44
2. Catharine Pendrel (BC) Norco Factory Team 4.47
3. Kiara Bisaro (BC) Opus Bikes 6.41
4. Amanda Sin (ON) 3 Rox Racing 8.01
5. Wendy Simms (BC) Kona Les Gets 9.14

U23 Men:

1. Neal Kindree (BC) Kona/Les Gets Factory Team 2.07.54
2. Raphaël Gagné (QC) Équipe Quebec/Rocky Mtn Haywood 2.48
3. Daniel Sessford (YT) Team Yukon - Everti/Schwalbe 6.44

U23 Women:

1. Emily Batty (ON) Team R.A.C.E 2.12.59 Wobble-naught/Steve Neal Performance Development
2. Meghan Kindree (BC) Team Squamish 4.04
3. Catherine Vipond (ON) Team Trek Store 6.5 Wobble-naught /Steve Neal Performance Development

Hello Tom...

I see Canadian Results on your website... and that we took the win in U23...

This is true...Emily Batty is coached and fitted by me (Steve Neal) we did.

We also had 3rd in U23 women...3rd in Cadet Expert Women...4th in Junior Men

2 Elite Men top 7 and 3 in the top 15...

Steve Neal
Steve Neal Performance Development

Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton) takes first!

TEAm Lipton playing it smart!


Pro Women:

1. Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton) 3.16.02
2. Catherine Cheatley (Cherrwine)
3. Melissa Holt (Team
4. Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)
5. Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)

General Classification after Stage 5

Pro Women:

1. Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) 12.41.43
2. Felicia Gomez (Aaron's) 1.15
3. Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders) 1.45
4. Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton) 1.48
5. Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine) 1.53
6. Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home) 2.20
7. Kristin Sanders (Aaron's) 3.01
8. Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders) 3.12
9. Amber Rais (Webcor Builders)
10. Mara Abbott (Webcor Builders)

Team Classifications

Pro Women:

1. TEAm Lipton 37.19.57
2. UCI WPT Cheerwine 1.52
3. Colavita/ Sutter Home pre 2.45
4. Webcor Builders 2.57
5. Aaron's Corporate Furnish 3.53

Friday, July 27, 2007

Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) still in yellow after stage 4.

General Classification after stage 4

1. Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) 9.24.14
2. Felicia Gomez (Aaron's) 1.15
3. Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders) 3.12
4. Mara Abbott (Webcor Builders)
5. Amber Rais (Webcor Builders)
6. Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)
7. Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) 3.20
8. Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton)
9. Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)
10. Alison Powers (Colavita/Sutter Home) 3.46

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Can you say "Navigators Train"

Navigators had them stacked up! Taking top 6 places!

Pro Men:

1. Ben Brooks (Navigators Insurance) 3.43.59 (41.34 km/h)
2. Glen Chadwick (Navigators Insurance)
3. Ben Day (Navigators Insurance)
4. Valeriy Kobzarenko (Navigators Insurance)
5. Darren Lill (Navigators Insurance)
6. Matt Cooke (Navigators Insurance)
7. Michael Creed (Team Slipstream)
8. Craig Lewis (Team Slipstream)
9. Ian MacGregor (Team Slipstream)
10 .Peter Stetina (Team Slipstream)

Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) Takes Yellow!

International Tour de Toona

USA, July 23-29, 2007

Stage 3 - July 25: Galleria Mall - Logan Valley Mall, 154.3 km

Seehafer takes over yellow.

Kori had a wreck early in the season and had to get off the bike. She's back!

TEAm Lipton director Mike Tamayo noted his teams performance a perfectly executed plan. "We had a goal for today and we executed it," Tamayo said. "The girls took that plan and made it work the way they wanted it to. But, my hat also goes off to Colavita because they rode a great race, they took responsibility for having the leaders jersey, and did everything they could do. The best thing Powers could do was limit her losses, and that is what she did."

When you have a plan, you hold a better chance of reaching your goals. Kori had her fit "blue-print" done by Craig Upton and was on fire until she had a wreck! She broke a collar bone and it looks like it has healed. It's good for her, to come back as she has done!

TEAm Lipton also takes team GC.

Congrats Kori!


Pro Women:

1. Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) 4.17.03 (36.02 km/h)
2. Felicia Gomez (Aaron's)
3. Rachel Heal (Webcor Builders) 1.42
4. Dotsie Bausch (Colavita/Sutter Home)
5. Lyne Bessette (Equpe du Qubec)
6. Chrissy Ruiter (Cherrwine)
7. Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton) 3.08
8. Stacy Marple (Team TIBCO)
9. Annette Bentler (Colavita/Sutter Home)

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Wobble-naught's Essence!

To do well in anything, the key is discipline, to have a Fail-Safe sequence that allows you to repeat it again and again!

We are approached by professionals who say we need to add this or that to our fit. Why? We have not changed our sequence since the beginning back in 1999. We stick to our blue-print each and every time!

The essence of any discipline is a sequence that you have to do the same over and over. You can't change it!

If you keep trying to improve it by changing things all the time (e.g. using the fitter's mind), it would be art, each one being slightly different!

Our CAD allows you to commit to the conclusion! This allows you a better chance to make the very best pedal stroke, even if you pedal 5,000 times per hour!

There is no better fitting discipline!

Monday, July 23, 2007

Jenn Halladay, Mom of 5 Takes Wells Fargo Crit!

The Wells Fargo Twilight Crit just had its 21st running in downtown Boise, ID. The event always sees thousands of spectators in a party atmosphere. It is one of Boise's signature sporting and social events.

Idahoans show their best at the biggest race of the year. It's always nice to ride in front of a home crowd!
There was more than $20,000 in prize money, with money for every lap. Chris Berry who just started racing this year, at age 40, came in and got a Wobble-naught fit for both his road and new P3 TT. He won every crit in his Cat 3/Masters that he has raced. Tonight was no different!

In the women's pro race, strong teams were represented. We had Boise's Olympian, Kristin Armstrong TEAm Lipton, World Camp TT racing with no teammates and #1 Laura Van Gilder, top NCR crit points leader, with two teammates, one of them being from Boise. Kristin won the event last year, as she rode away from the field. This year Jenn took the show!

Jenn Halladay, Team Tamarack, is 35 years old and the mother of five children, came to talk to me Friday before the race. Jenn has used our Wobble-naught fit and the Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish and has been a good student! 2007 has had her best season to date! I took time to inform her of a few things, as well as some moves that might help to make a difference. It worked, as she out-sprinted and even lapped the field solo! A field of the very best racers in the world!

I also just talked to Kristin Saturday morning about how I thought Jenn's riding was very strong and how she might consider talking to her, seeing Kristin had no TEAmmates. I suspected the two would be a good match for the three Cheerwine racers.

Jenn went off the front and never looked back until the winner's circle. She out-sprinted everyone for the cash, including Armstrong and LauraVan Gilder. She used the plan we had talked about to ride away and lap the field to win!

Defending champion Kristin Armstrong used an impressive sprint on the final lap to push ahead of five other racers, taking a 2nd. The 2004 Olympian, who is fresh off another national championship in the time trial, will head to Pennsylvania for a stage race today. (Monday July 23rd)

In the end we had the top three placements: Jenn Halladay first place winner; Kristin Armstrong 2nd; and Sandborne from Portland, over the likes of Laura Van Gilder and teammates!

In the men's field, we had 103 pro men! The top guns from around the land came. Teams like A&F, and Toyota-United with Ivan Domiguez, who took first-place for $4,000 cash. Speeds hit 45 mph. Cuban Domiguez now lives in Los Angeles, and said he was impressed with the race. It was his first time racing in Idaho, and his first time to see 20,000+ fans come out for the event.

Our local guy, Remi McManus, and a long time user of Wobble-naught and Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish, took 5th. Remi was 2001's U.S.A. Road Champion. Remi out-sprinted many to hang with the six-strung Toyota-United train. A very good showing in his home town.

Mark Hekman, Rich Haper, and Marco (Team A&F0, did well until Harper flatted at towards the end of the race, leaving Hekman to take 7th, maintaining his overall NCR #1 rank. The Toyota-United guys are super fast and they had there whole team here.

This was a world-class race, with action, drama, and fast paced thrills, from the first to the last race!

Wobble-naught had many in the winner's circle! Racers won in all events, except the pro mens, where Remi had a good showing placing 5th.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Jeremiah Bishop, Trek-Volkswagen 2nd - Men's XC Nationals

2007 USA Cycling National Mountain-Bike Championships

July 22, 2007
Men's cross-country:
1. Adam Craig, Giant, 2:16:31
2. Jeremiah Bishop, Trek-Volkswagen, at 4:26

Friday, July 20, 2007

Gould takes 2nd at USA XC Nations "Mud Fest" Dover, Vermont

Friday, July 20: Elite Women Cross Country

Georgia has already had a dream season! It would have been nice to see her defend the XC Nationals for the second year in a row, but this is racing, and taking a 2nd is still super!

McConneloug crowned cross country queen in a real mud race. Yesterday's rain, combined with today's occasional patches of sunshine, left the already challenging course spotted with vicious little sections of mud and rock, including a virtually un-rideable climb that had the entire field running up it!

An upbeat 2nd place, Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB), explained at the finish: "This course was really hard to get in any kind of rhythm - there's no real sustained climbs, so that was more the problem for me." Georgia has had an unreal season, as she is still ranked 4th in the World.

Instead of letting Gould and Koerber back into the race, McConneloug shut the door, thriving in the muddy single track that she would bubble about after the race - terrain which her fellow riders had very few positive things to say about.

Gould, having time in cyclocross, dropped Koerber when she ran a section that Koerber chose to ride, but McConneloug was too strong, leaving the lanky Luna sensation to settle for second.

Willow Koerber came in four minutes down, with her teammate, Heather Irmiger fourth, and Luna's Shonny Vanlandingham, rounding out the top five.


1. Mary McConneloug (Kenda / Seven)
2. Georgia Gould (Luna Chix) Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfiah
3. Willow Koerber (Subaru / Gary Fisher)
4. Heather Irminger (Subaru / Gary Fisher)
5. Shonny Vanlandingham (Luna Chix) Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish

TEAm Lipton get 2nd & 6th at USA Road Championships!

Kristin just edged out by Webcor. Super results!

Elite Women:
1. Mara Abbott (Webcor Builders)
2. Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton)
3. Amber Neben (Buitenpoort/Flexpoint)
4. Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders)
5. Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders)
6. Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton)

Monday, July 16, 2007

Phil Zajicek (Navigators) take GC & Team!

Teams 1:

Navigators Insurance 9.17.512
Toyota-United 0.183
Health Net presented by Maxxis 0.294
Successful P/B Parkpre 5
BMC Pro Cycling Team 0.326
Team Einstein's Cycling 3.387
Priority Health Bissell 3.58

Final General Classification:

Phil Zajicek (Navigators Insurance) 15.33.082
Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United) 0.283
Benjamin Jacques-Maynes (Priority Health Bissell) 0.514
Jeff Louder (Health Net presented by Maxxis) 1.265
Chris Wherry (Toyota-United) 1.426 Scott Moninger (BMC Pro Cycling Team) 2.107
Jonathan Garcia (BMC Pro Cycling Team) 2.508
Ryder Hesjedal (Health Net presented by Maxxis) 2.559
David Vitoria (BMC Pro Cycling Team) 10
Burke Swindlehurst (Toyota-United) 3.0711
Ricardo Escuela (Successful P/B Park) 3.37

Saturday, July 14, 2007

World Champ Armstrong defends Nat. TT Crown!

World Champion Armstrong defends national TT crown.

Reigning world champion, Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton), successfully defended her national title in the elite women's time trial on Friday, in the 2007 USA Cycling National Festival at Seven Springs, presented by California Giant, Berry Farms.

Armstrong, one of the United States top Olympic hopefuls for the 2008 Games in Beijing, recorded a time of 30 minutes, 47.08 seconds over the 24-kilometer course, to better second-place finisher Amber Neben (Flexpoint) by 50 seconds. Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders) placed third, 1:18 off the pace of the world champion.

Note how the rest of TEAm Lipton did! Wobble-naught fast! How do you measure success?


Elite women:

1. Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) 30.47
2. Amber Neben (Buitenpoort/Flexpoin) 0.50
3. Christine Thorburn (Webcor Builders) 1.18
4. Kori Seehafer (TEAm Lipton) 1.51
5. Katheryn Curi (Webcor Builders) 1.55
6. Dotsie Bausch (Colavita-Sutter Home) 2.03
7. Amber Rais (Webcor Builders) 2.17
8. Laura Van Gilder (UCI WPTCheerwine) 2.17
9. Laura Igoe (Tom's Pro Bike) 2.21
10. Lauren Franges (TEAm Lipton) 2.24
11. Meredith Miller (TEAm Lipton) 2.32

Georgia Gould ranked 4th in the world!

Gould, who is undefeated on the NMBS circuit, and who scored a career-best fifth-place finish at the World Cup No. 5 in St. Felicien, Quebecc on June 23, is ranked fourth in the world with 985 points.

The best racers in the world in road, tt, track, tri, and mtb work with us! When you want to be one of the best in the world, the small details make such a difference. Basic fitting will not get you to the top of your game!

To do what others are doing is only to match them, and then it's the "luck of the draw" who might place well or win!

Why would you want to trust someone's eye-balling, to place limits on what you might be able to do, and to risk not reaching your dreams?

See a dealer, if you want to take your game to another level.

Phil Zajicek (Navigators Ins.) takes TT Cascade.

Lets see, we are working with and supporting the fastest people in the game in the USA! Both the Navigators and TEAm Lipton are doing very well to nail home what we know as the best trend for bike setups.

Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) takes USA National TT Championships and Phil Zajicek (Navigators) wins TT on the same day!

2007 Bend Memorial Clinic Cascade Cycling Classic
Stage 3: Bend Research, Inc. - Skyliners Time Trial

1. Phil Zajicek, Navigators Insurance, 15 miles at 13:33
2. Ben Day, Navigators Insurance, at 0:01
3. Chris Baldwin, Toyota-United, at 0:30
4. Ian McKissick, BMC, at 0:52
5. Ben Jacques-Maynes, Priority Health-Bissell, same time
6. Glen Chadwick, Navigators Insurance, at 0:53
7. Jonathan Garcia, BMC, at 0:56
8. Ryder Hesjedal, Health Net, at 0:57
9. Chris Wherry, Toyota-United, at 0:58
10. Jeff Louder, Health Net, at 1:02

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Applegate/McCauley take USA Elite Mixed Tandem!

Andy Applegate has yet more stars and strips to add to his many.

Elite Mixed Tandem 30km

1. Applegate/McCauley (Abercrombie & Fitch/BMW-Bianchi) 31.15

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Ryder Hesjedal wins his first Nationals TT in Beauce, Quebec!

Beauce, Canada, July 5-11, 2007

Stage 5 - July 9: Elite/U23 Individual Time Trial

Hesjedal wins the time trial. Ryder was fitted by our man Todd, and he even used him on the website.

Herriott Sports Performance
Todd Herriott
911 Western ave. ste 506
Seattle, WA 98104
Tel: 646 206-3349

Ryder Hesjedal of Victoria won the time trial race on Monday at Tim Horton's Road Nationals cycling competition held in St-Georges de Beauce, Quebec. In the men's event, Hesjedal completed the 40 kilometer route in 52 minutes and 44.16 seconds.

"After finishing third two years ago and second last year, all I wanted was to win," said Hesjedal, savoring his first career national time trial title.


Elite men - 40 km

1. Ryder Hesjedal (BC) Health Net/Maxxis 52.44 Wobble-naught fitted
2. Svein Tuft (BC) Symmetrics 0.38
3. Zach Bell (BC) Symmetrics 2.00
4. Eric Wohlberg (ON) Symmetrics 2.07
5. Greg Reain (ON) Calyon / Litespeed 2.43
6. Dominique Rollin (QC) KodakGallery p/b Sierra Nevada Pro Cycling 2.44
7. Andrew Randell (ON) Symmetrics 2.47
8. François Parisien (QC) Slipstream 2.53
9. Mathieu Toulouse (QC) Eva-Devinci 2.58
10. Ryan Roth (ON) Kelly Benefit 3.19

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Shonny Vanlandingham claims marathon titles in Breckenridge

After being off the bike due to sickness, Vanlandingham claims marathon titles in Breckenridge, CO.

Shonny is a high altitude racer. She really can go the distance in this kind of terrain. It's good to see her take a liking to the 12 hour races.

Great Job Shonny!

Monday, July 02, 2007

Seamus McGrath (Can) is Canada's Top Racer at World Cup!

It wasn't too long ago when Seamus got his new fit. Results speak louder than hype!

For those who don't understand, to place in the top 20 at a World Cup race is very good. The world is a very big place! That means you don't start at the front unless you have the points.

1. Julien Absalon (Fra) Orbea 2.07.05
2. José Antonio Hermida Ramos (Spa) Multivan Merida Biking Team 1.18
3. Fredrik Kessiakoff (Swe) Cannondale-Vredestein 1.55
4. Ralph Naef (Swi) Multivan Merida Biking Team 2.50
5. Jakob Fuglsang (Den) Cannondale-Vredestein 3.00
6. Nino Schurter (Swi) Swisspower MTB Team 4.37
7. Balz Weber (Swi) Bikepark.Ch Tui 4.41
8. Wolfram Kurschat (Ger) MBC Bochum 4.53
9. Lado Fumic (Ger) Fumic.Brothers.International 5.15
10. Adam Craig (USA) Giant Mountain Bike Team 5.39
11. Roel Paulissen (Bel) Cannondale-Vredestein 5.55
12. Florian Vogel (Swi) Swisspower MTB Team 6.03
13. Filip Meirhaeghe (Bel) Versluys-Landbouwkrediet 6.06
14. Cédric Ravanel (Fra) Team Lapierre International 6.16
15. Christoph Sauser (Swi) Specialized 6.32
16. Ruben Ruzafa Cueto (Spa) Orbea 6.41
17. Christoph Soukup (Aut) Fuji 6.52
18. Seamus Mcgrath (Can) Rocky Mountain Haywood 7.04

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Georgia Gould takes 5th in WC and ranked World Cup Top Five!

MTB World Cup XC #5 - CDM

St Félicien, Quebec, Canada, July 1, 2007

Race 1 - July 1: Women Cross Country, 33.6km

Russian Irina Kalentyeva (Topeak Ergon) won her second consecutive World Cup on Sunday in St. Félicien, Canada. She finished one minute ahead of local favorite, Canadian Marie-Helene Premont, of Rocky Mountain Haywood. Kalentyeva won the last round the previous weekend in Mont Sainte Anne.

Sabine Spitz (Ghost International) took third place ahead of two Americans: Willow Koerber (Subaru / Gary Fisher) made her second World cup podium appearance this year while Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB team) made her first appearance in the top five.

Georgia is getting faster each World Cup race. Super job by her, and by Willow Koerber, my hometown (Brevard, NC) native.


1. Irina Kalentyeva (Rus) Topeak-Ergon 2.02.02
2. Marie-Helene Premont (Can) Rocky Mountain Haywood 1.00
3. Sabine Spitz (Ger) Ghost International Racing 3.15
4. Willow Koerber (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 3.24
5. Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Womens MTB Team 3.33

Individual Women’s Rankings:

Irina Kalentyeva (RUS) 1,044
2. Ren Chengyuan (CHN) 967
3. Sabine Spitz (GER) 944
5. Georgia Gould (Ketchum, Idaho) 845