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Follow the Mont Sainte-Anne DH World Cup live from 5:25 p.m

You guessed right… we’re doing live commentary again! This time for downhill. Live updates from Saturday’s World Cup race late afternoon/early evening via the comments section of this story!

Keep scrolling down and join us #Gravity Bantz.

Loic Bruni performing at Mont Sainte Anne in 2019. (Nathan Hughes / Red Bull Content Pool)

At the time of writing this article (late Friday afternoon) all were I [Benji] really know are the results of timed training. This is sometimes interesting, but rarely so enlightening.

But what do I know about downhill racing? I guess we’ll find out! I’ve reduced more than my fair share of Wet Screams over the years, so I’m at least interested in that. please be gentle with me

What I can say is Camille Balanche who broke her collarbone. Ouch. She will obviously not be there this race weekend, but when will she return? In time for the finals? Or is that something for the relative late starter/newbie? If so, then it will be between Myriam Nicole and Vali Höll again.

Elite Women – Totals after 6 rounds

  1. Camille Balanche 1335
  2. Myriam Nicole 1105
  3. Vali Hell 966
  4. Eleonora Farina795
  5. Nina Hoffmann743

As for the other categories, the current state explains things best…

Elite Men – Totals after 6 rounds

  1. Amaury Pierron 1180
  2. Loris Vergier758
  3. Finnish Islands 746
  4. Danny Hart 624
  5. Andreas Kolb591

Juniors – Totals after 6 rounds

  1. Gracey Hemstreet 335
  2. Phoebe Storm 295
  3. Jenna Hastings 250
  4. Izabela Yankova 195
  5. Aimi Kenyon 175

Junior Men – Total after 6 rounds

  1. Jackson Goldstone 340
  2. Jordan Williams 276
  3. Lachlan Stevens-McNab231
  4. Tegan Cruz 181
  5. Remy Meier Smith 164

How and when to see

Women’s DH Final:

saturday 6th August 17:25 BST (Red Bull TV link)

Men’s DH Final:

saturday 6th August 18:45 BST (Red Bull TV link)

Finn Iles performing in 2019 (Nathan Hughes)

predictions

I toast them #Gravity Bantz with some unwise predictions from the winners.

juniors:

Who I want to win: Gracey Hemstreet
Who I think will win: Gracey Hemstreet

Junior men:

Who I want to win: Jordan Williams
Who I think will win: Jackson Goldstone

Elite women:

Who I want to win: Vali Hoell
Who I think will win: Nina Hoffmann

Elite Men:

Who I want to win: Finn Iles*
Who I think will win: Amaury Pierron

*Home run, still chasing his first Elite win, PLUS his bar drag scrub “thing” in Andorra has been the best moment of the season so far

What do you think?

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