RESULTS: Finn Iles and Tracey Hannah Go Fastest in Fort William Timed Training 8

The clocks are running for only the second time in the 2019 World Cup season, and it's time to find out who's going fast in Fort Bill.

RESULTS: Finn Iles and Tracey Hannah Go Fastest in Fort William Timed Training

The timing beams have officially been broken in Fort William, and although we know that you know that we know that you think it's "only timed training", today's fastest times are already within 10 seconds of last year's winning effort (delivered in the race run under blue skies with a tacky course) so as an early indicator they still feel relatively meaningful. Finn Iles and Loic Bruni were setting the pace early on, with Amaury Pierron splitting the pair in the final seconds of the session. Loic's splits look menacing and hold promise of more to come. In the women's, Tracey Hannah came out on top but none of the other women threw down a fast run so we'll have to wait until qualifying to figure out how they all stack up. We have heard that Tahnee Seagrave may have crashed and injured herself, we'll bring you more on this as we get it.

 

The following riders have access to the Timed Training session: Top 60 ME, Top 15 WE, Top 10 MJ and top 3 WJ.

2019 Fort William World Cup, Men's Elite Timed Training Results

2019 Fort William World Cup, Women's Elite Timed Training Results

2019 Fort William World Cup, Men's Junior Timed Training Results

2019 Fort William World Cup, Women's Junior Timed Training Results

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Loic Bruni Interviews Greg Minnaar

PIT BITS

Track Walk Slide Show

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