World Cup Timed Training Results from Norway 2

Our first indication of times from the World Cup downhill in Hafjell, Norway is now available. Old timer and professional fun-haver, Steve Peat, goes quickest in timed runs. If Peaty is having a good time, the rest of the field could be in for a battle! 52 men received times, here are the top 20. Minnaar was 43rd, Gwin 45th, but it's safe to say they were not challenging for a top spot. 8 women total took timed runs.

1. Steve Peat, 3:46.825
2. Matthew Simmonds, 3:47.608
3. Andrew Neethling, 3:47.630

World Cup Timed Training Results from Norway


World Cup Timed Training Results from Norway

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2 comments
  • scriz

    9/13/2012 8:55 AM

    Yo Leogang, I’m really happy for you, Imma let you finish but Hafjell had one of the best tracks of all time!

  • hamilton.ory

    9/13/2012 7:37 AM

    How about a little love for Art Babcock fr the U.S. in his official World Cup debut for factory One Ghost on the new 2013 Musashi! He is a fast up and comer !! Check him out. He will be a big deal for the US future in DH.

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