Pinkbike Primer: Penultimate Race in the Battle for the Overall – Mont-Sainte-Anne World Cup XC 2022

We’re back for round seven of the 2022 XC World Cup with a packed weekend of racing at Mont-Sainte-Anne. Check out all the details you need to know below.

Track

Although the course is very similar to that of three years ago, It seems the classic “Beatrice” part of the course has been removed.


Last time in Mont-Sainte-Anne

elite men

1st. Nino Schurter: 1:27.05
2nd. Mathias Flueckiger: +30
3rd. Stephane Tempier: +38
4th. Titouan Carod: +56
5th. Gerhard Kerschbaumer: +1:02
6th Ondrej Cink: +1:34
7th. Victor Koretzky: +1:43
8th Jordan Sarrou: +1:57
9th Andri Frischknecht: +2:00
10 Henrique Avancini: +2:07

elite women

1st. Pauline Ferrand Prevot: 1:28.51
2nd. Yolanda Neff: +43
3rd. Rebecca McConnell: +1:17
4th. Anne Terpstra: +2:26
5th. Kate Courtney: +2:42
6th Annie last: +2:54
7th. Anne Tauber: +3:12
8th Tanja Zakelj: +3:40
9th Emily Batty: +3:59
10 Linda Indergand: +4:46


Previous winners since 2009


elite men

2009: Julien Absalom
2010 // World Champions: Jose Antonio Hermida Ramos
2011: jaroslav kulhavy
2012: Nino Schurter
2013: Julien Absalom
2014: Nino Schurter
2015: Nino Schurter
2016: Julien Absalom
2017: Nino Schurter
2018: Mathias Fluckinger
2019 // World Champions: Nino Schurter

elite women

2009: Catherine Pendrel
2010 // World Champions: Maja Wloszczowska
2011: Catherine Pendrel
2012: Catherine Pendrel
2013: katerina nash
2014: Jolanda Neff
2015: Jolanda Neff
2016: Catherine Pendrel
2017: yana belomoina
2018: Jolanda Neff
2019 // World Champions: Pauline Ferrand Prevot


What happened in the last race?


Results:

Elite Women (7 Laps)

1st. Alessandra Keller: 1:24:35
2nd. Jenny Rissveds: 1:25:12
3rd. Ana Terpstra: 1:25:25
4th. Mona Mitterwallner: 1:25:42
5th. Jolanda Neff: 1:26:59

Elite Men (8 Laps)

1st. David Valero Serrano: 1:25:11
2nd. Titouan Carod: 1:25:16
3rd. Luca Braidot: 1:25:22
4th. Christopher Blevins: 1:25:22
5th. Filippo Colombo: 1:25:31

Women’s U23 (5 Laps)

1st. Noëlle Buri: 1:02:26
2nd. Luisa Daubermann: 1:03:09
3rd. Madigan Munro: 1:04:04
4th. Virág Buzsáki: 1:04:41
5th. Tamara Wiedmann: 1:05:34

Men’s U23 (6 Laps)

1st. Martin Vidaurre Kossmann: 1:01:33
2nd. Bjorn Riley: 1:01:34
3rd. Mathis Azzaro: 1:01:38
4th. Luca Martin: 1:01:56
5th. David Domingo Campos Motorcycles: 1:02:11


Current overall standings


elite women




elite men




U23 Women




U23 Men



Weather forecast

After the Snowshoe mud bath, riders will rejoice in sunny and warm Mont-Sainte-Anne. There are chances of rain for the big races on Sunday, but nothing like last weekend.

Thursday, August 4 – Training
morning showers; otherwise cloudy and humid // 25° // 100% Chance of Precipitation // 7 km/h Wind

Friday, August 5 -XCC
Mostly Cloudy and Comfortable // 23° // 0% Chance of Precipitation // 7 km/h Wind

Saturday, August 6 – Training
Intervals of clouds and sun // 25° // 29% Chance of Precipitation // Wind 4 km/h

Sunday, August 7 -XCO
Mostly cloudy and humid with a passing shower // 27° // 55% Chance of Precipitation // 11 km/h Wind

Weather forecast until Monday, August 1, accuweather.


Calendar

Thursday, August 4
• 12:00-14:00 // XCO Official Training – Women Under 23 and Elite
• 14:00-16:00 // XCO Official Training – Men Under 23 and Elite

Friday, August 5
• 09:30-11:00 // XCO Official Training – Women Under 23 and Elite
• 11:00-12:30 // XCO Official Training – Men Under 23 and Elite
• 12:30-14:30 // XCO Official Training – All runners
• 15:45-16:30 // XCC Official Training – Women
• 16:30-17:15 // XCC Official Training – Men
• 17:30 // Cross-Country Short Track World Cup – Women
• 18:15 // Cross-Country Short Track World Cup – Men

Saturday, August 6
• 09:30-11:30 // XCO Official Training – Women
• 11:30-13:30 // XCO Official Training – Men
• 13:30-14:30 // XCO Official Training – All runners

Sunday, August 7
• 08:30 // Olympic Cross-Country World Cup – Women Under 23
• 10:15 // Olympic Cross-Country World Cup – Men Under 23
• 12:20 // World Cup Cross-Country Olympic – Women Elite – Followed by the U23 Awards
• 14:50 // World Cup Cross-Country Olympic – Men Elite – Followed by elite prizes

Note: All times are local and subject to change by the UCI/event organizer.


how to watch

Tune in to Pinkbike for all the Mont-Sainte-Anne coverage throughout the week.

All Elite races can be streamed live on redbull.tv.

Timeline:
(All times on EDT, replay available immediately after the races)

Mont-Sainte-Anne XCC Short Track: August 5 Live on Red Bull TV 17:20 EDT
Mont-Sainte-Anne XCO Women: August 7 live on Red Bull TV 12:00 EDT
Mont-Sainte-Anne XCO Men: August 7 live on Red Bull TV 2:30pm EDT

Note: These hours are subject to change. Check with your local supplier.


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