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    News — Commencal / Muc-Off Downhill

    661 | AMAURY WINNING RUN FORT WILLIAM

    661 |  AMAURY WINNING RUN FORT WILLIAM
    It was another fearless Amaury Pierron performance in the men's race as the Frenchman took his third consecutive win on the Fort William track following his victories in 2018 and 2019 in Scotland. Pierron again showed his knack of being a race-day-player with a pin-point accurate run that saw him make a mockery of deteriorating course conditions for the last ten riders down the hill. He finished just +0.469s ahead of his Commencal team-mate Thibaut Dapréla, who had started outside of the top 10, and had been sitting pretty in the hotseat for some time.- Redbull

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    661 | COMMENCAL MUC OFF LOURDES FINALS

    661 | COMMENCAL MUC OFF LOURDES FINALS

    AMAURY WINS IN LOURDES! 

    The season has started with a bang and our first World Cup win of 2022 is in the bag. 

    After Qualification yesterday there was a big question mark over whether Amaury would be able to race today, and the kind of perfect performance that is needed to win seemed impossible. However, today was a new day and Amaury showed he’s back to winning ways. He gave a simply brilliant performance, going fastest with two riders left to race and holding onto the hot seat through a nail-biting final run. After injury, illness and setbacks, this was a sweet tasting victory to celebrate with the crazy French crowds! 

    Myriam’s day ended in a superb second place, but it started with a big crash that put her capability of racing and delivering a decent result in real jeopardy. With incredible focus and determination, Pompon turned it around for finals, and even a couple of sketchy moments couldn’t keep her from coming within 0.624 of the win. This spirit is what makes her a Champion! 

    Thibaut was on brilliant pace all week but fatigue took its toll and he crashed in his race run. With his characteristic sense of perspective, he already sees the value of today’s experience and is looking ahead to the build towards Fort William. 

    Both Tristan and Hugo also fell foul to crashes today. After a super Qualification result for his first ever World Cup, Hugo really felt the disappointment of today’s result. For Tristan, the comeback from injury was not as smooth as he hoped, but to be in a position to race at all was a great achievement. They’ll both be back fighting near the front soon!

    In the end, we leave Lourdes very happy. A win to start the season is a huge reward for the work done, and an equally big boost for the work to come. 

    Team Commencal / Muc Off are supported by SIXSIXONE for Recon Advance knee / elbow and EVO compression body protection.

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    Photo's - 
    Kéno Derleyn

    661 | COMMENCAL MUC OFF LOURDES QUALIFYING

    661 | COMMENCAL MUC OFF LOURDES QUALIFYING

    The first real test of the World Cup season brought us solid results and stoked the fire ready for the big battle tomorrow. 

    A chilly morning and a slippery track gave way to bright sunshine and increasingly fun and fast conditions as the riders really honed their race pace. 

    - Hugo bounced back from a crash in the morning session to take fourth in his first ever World Cup Qualification.

    - After his recent injury, Tristan struggled to find the right headspace and pace today but is confident he can switch it up for finals and improve on 10th.

    - Myriam secured second place despite some ‘slower’ sections and is fired up and focussed ahead of tomorrow. 

    - Amaury was feeling relaxed yet looking pinned on his way to third position, but an unclipped pedal off the final jump has left him nursing an ankle injury that we hope will hold up for race day. 

    - Thibaut is happy with his fourth place, having laid down a clean and quick run which lays great foundations for finals. 

    Photo's - Kéno Derleyn