Racing from the Montenbaik Enduro, the first stop of the 2014 Enduro World Series, kicked off with Stages 1 through 3 today in the Andes near Nevados de Chillan, Chile. The 3 stages featured a total of 1560-meters of descending and 9.1-kilometers of total timed racing. Stages 1 and 3 were sub-4-minutes runs for top Pro riders while Stage 2 was the challenge of the day at around 11-minutes for the majority of Pro Men. By the time the last rider crossed the finish line of Stage 3, Jared Graves had earned top spot, over 10-seconds ahead of rival, Jerome Clementz. Graves' effort on Stage 2 set him apart with 3 stages of racing remaining on Sunday. French female dominator, Anne-Caroline Chausson continued her winning ways with a solid start to the weekend, sitting 21-seconds ahead of 2nd place, Tracy Moseley.
Sven Martin, Dave Trumpore and Gary Perkin were on the front lines of this diverse and beautiful race venue capturing today's race action in photo and audio. Dig into the dirt thanks to Vital's master lensmen.