Rachel Atherton during practice - photo Duncan Philpott

It basically counts for nothing, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't count. Timed Training went down today in Val di Sole to give us our first measure of who's feeling good on the track ahead of tomorrow's World Championships, and at that little game, Danny Hart once again proves to be the guy to beat. ​Will he have struck fear into the hearts of his competitors, or just painted a bigger bullseye on his back? We'll find out tomorrow!

In the women's, Rachel Atherton and Tracey Hannah seem to be locked in a battle all of their own, with the rest of a the field a considerable distance behind - unless of course, somebody is playing games with us...

In the junior men's, local boy Andrea Bianciotto surprised many by setting the fastest time of the day, meaning he will be the last man down the hill tomorrow, since the junior results do actually determine the starting order for finals (as opposed to the men's and women's elite categories where a UCI ranking system is used).

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2016 UCI DH World Championships Men's Elite Timed Training Results (full results)

2016 UCI DH World Championships Women's Elite Timed Training Results (full results)

2016 UCI DH World Championships Junior Men's Seeding Run Results (full results)

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4 comments
  • ssk

    9/10/2016 6:40 PM

    How did Brook manage that speed trap result?

  • UpDawg

    9/10/2016 12:10 PM

    Does anyone know how many riders the feed will show? Hopefully it's more than the 20 like World Cups.

  • Scrub

    9/10/2016 8:41 AM

    Looks like Nick Beer lost his brakes by the 2nd split. #1.

  • harorider13

    9/10/2016 8:21 AM

    GWINNING, hope he takes it home tomorrow

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