"I've never been so happy about a 20th place", says Brendan Fairclough after his first race on Scott11 and after 2 weeks of improvising to get everything ready for this early world cup.
Photo: Sven Martin
Photo: Sven Martin
It's no secret that it was an almost impossible challenge for us to get on a competitive level for this race, but Brendan Fairclough and Emilie Siegenthaler (with a sixth place) managed to get decent results and some important points for the world cup overall. 
Photo: Sven MartinRomain Paulhan wasn't able to start because of a crash in his first training run, and also Floriane Pugin had a gnarly fall in Saturday's training, injuring her shoulder. Both of them should be back on the bike very soon.
Photo: Sven MartinWe're happy to have plenty of time now to get everything ready for the real season start in Europe in May.
Photo: Andreas Schaad
6 GoPro Cameras, 22 HD Live TV cams, 2 cranes and one helicopter are making sure the spectators get to see Team Manager Caluori's run in Quebec properly.

He's now on the way back from the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships to meet the team at the airport in Zurich and fully focus on it for the upcoming world cup season.

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