Junior Results Unveiled at Leogang DH World Cup 2024

The highly anticipated results from the Leogang DH World Cup 2024 have been revealed, showcasing the incredible talent and determination of junior riders in the downhill series. The event, which took place in Austria, saw Erice Van Leuven clinch her first victory of the season, dominating the challenging course despite tricky conditions caused by overnight rain.

In the Junior Women’s category, Van Leuven crossed the finish line an impressive 4.7 seconds ahead of her competitors, securing the top spot on the podium. Eliana Hulsebosch claimed the second position, with Heather Wilson rounding out the podium in third place.

On the men’s side, Max Alran emerged victorious, edging out Dane Jewett by a mere 0.419 seconds to claim his first World Cup win. Mike Huter put on a stellar performance to secure the third spot in the Junior Men’s category.

The results are as follows:
Junior Women:
1st. Erice Van Leuven: 3:54.132
2nd. Eliana Hulsebosch: 3:58.850 (+4.718)
3rd. Heather Wilson: 3:58.875 (+4.743)
4th. Ella Svegby: 4:05.667 (+11.535)
5th. Sacha Mills: 4:15.394 (+21.262)

Junior Men:
1st. Max Alran: 3:17.292
2nd. Dane Jewett: 3:17.711 (+0.419)
3rd. Mike Huter: 3:20.169 (+2.877)
4th. Luke Wayman: 3:20.454 (+3.162)
5th. Mylann Falquet: 3:20.659 (+3.367)

The competition was fierce, with riders pushing themselves to the limit to achieve success on the demanding course. Congratulations to all the participants for their incredible performances at the Leogang DH World Cup 2024.