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Jared graves - photo by Seb Schieck.

After 2300 meters of climbing and 51 minutes of epic racing down some of the rowdiest trails in Whistler, it all came down to 2.5 seconds. Ultimate race strategist Jared Graves left enough in the tank to make up the time he needed on the final, 21-minute stage from the Top of the World to jump ahead of Nico Lau, who was on the gas the whole day and on the hunt for his second EWS win. Big congrats to Curtis Keene who takes home a career-best third place finish and a spot on the box. The American Dream is alive and kicking!

In the women's, Cecile Ravanel put together a superb performance, signing 2 stage wins on her way to her first EWS win (although she did benefit from Anne-Caro Chausson flatting on the final stage - but that's racing!)

Cecile Ravanel celebrating her first EWS win in style - photo by Brandon Turman.

2014 Enduro World Series Whistler - Men's Final Results (full results)


2014 Enduro World Series Whistler - Women's Final Results (full results)


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