Today concluded the Enduro World Series stop in La Thuile, Italy. Devinci Alltricks team rider Damien Oton took a total of two stage wins and his consistent finishes netted him first place overall. With four races down, we've had four male winners so far making for an exciting season.

Francois Bailly-Maitre and Joe Barnes weren't far behind Oton, with just four seconds of time between the Top 3 after over an hour of racing. Joe Barnes had the biggest men's stage victory margin of the weekend, putting ten seconds into the field on Stage 4. Of the race's Top 10 men, five were from France.

Thanks to mud and ruts, conditions on the final day of racing were tougher than day one. That didn't seem to slow down Trek's Tracy Moseley though, who started the day with a very impressive 44 second stage win. She'd go on to take the overall victory over Anne Caroline Chausson and Cecile Ravanel.

After Round 4, Tracy Moseley and Jared Graves retain their series lead, but Damien Oton is just 30 points behind in second place. Things continue in a few week's time in Colorado at the fifth stop of the EWS.

Stay tuned for our slideshow coverage and all the day's best stories.

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Complete results will be available at www.enduroworldseries.com.

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