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World Cup Live Feed
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It looks like live events are available to watch 'on demand' after the event.
Links on the calender here including the XC
does anyone actually watch the XC?
I do, I like the slow uphill bits where I play spot the 26er
I do...  Geoff Kabush is good to watch.... last lap charge
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
Me too, although didn't watch much last year. Kabush is very good.
Womens Qualifying Results:

1st - Tracey Hannah

2nd - Emmeline Ragot

3rc - Floriane Pugin

4th - Sabrina Jonnier

5th - Jill Kinter
Men's, although there are still more riders to come, none of which I can see affecting the below.

1 - Minnaar
2 - Gwin
3 - Smith
4 - Atherton
5 - Brosnan
6 - Hannah
7 - Gracia
8 - Neethling
9 - Peat
10 - Hart
11 - BEER Nick
12 - Hill
13 - Beaumont
14 - Bryceland
15 - Spagnolo
16 - Leov
&quot;Mbnut&quot; Wrote:I do...  Geoff Kabush is good to watch.... last lap charge

can yo see the electric motors on his bike?
Warner commentating on the xc, excellent although making me seriously annoyed as I cant ride atm

quality acceptable, DH should be good, think the womens is being shown as highlights after the mens so dont google the womens results if you want to watch it

love it, 29HT leads 26HT followed by 29FS and 29HT. Looks steeper than the DH course

edit: 650b on one of them, clearly been talking to Nigel Wink

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