Leogang DH World Cup 2024: Vali Höll Dominates, Loic Bruni Secures Victory

The highly anticipated Elite Final Results from the Leogang DH World Cup 2024 are in, showcasing an impressive display of talent and determination from the world’s best riders. The event, held at the challenging lower woods track, proved to be a true test of skill and speed.

Vali Höll, hailing from Leogang, once again proved her dominance in the sport as she clinched the victory with a staggering lead of 7.1 seconds. This back-to-back win solidified her status as a force to be reckoned with in the world of downhill mountain biking. Following closely behind, Anna Newkirk secured second place, with Myriam Nicole making a triumphant return to the podium in third place.

On the men’s side, Loic Bruni continued his impressive form in 2024, maintaining a flawless record of top-two finishes in finals. In a thrilling battle against teammate Finn Iles, Bruni emerged victorious by a margin of 2.6 seconds, securing his second World Cup victory of the season. Despite a thumb injury and limited practice runs, Iles put up a fierce fight and claimed second place, with Lachlan Stevens-Mcnab charging into third place.

The results of the Elite Women and Men categories are as follows:
Elite Women:
1st. Vali Höll: 3:40.141
2nd. Anna Newkirk: 3:47.243 / +7.102
3rd. Myriam Nicole: 3:47.980 / +7.839
4th. Lisa Baumann: 3:48.087 / +7.946
5th. Marine Cabirou: 3:49.848 / +9.707

Elite Men:
1st. Loic Bruni: 3:05.523
2nd. Finn Iles: 3:07.917 / +2.394
3rd. Lachlan Stevens-Mcnab: 3:08.638 / +3.115
4th. Oisin O’Callaghan: 3:08.757 / +3.234
5th. Benoit Coulanges: 3:08.784 / +3.261

The race unfolded with gripping moments and intense competition, showcasing the sheer determination and skill of the riders. From the first rider setting the pace to the final showdowns at the finish line, each moment was filled with excitement and adrenaline.

As the dust settles on the Leogang DH World Cup 2024, fans and riders alike are left in awe of the incredible performances witnessed on the challenging track. The event proved once again why downhill mountain biking is one of the most thrilling and adrenaline-pumping sports in the world.