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Valentina Roa Sanchez, The Jr. Colombian hopeful landed herself in 9th place Open on the weekend

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Valentina Roa Sanchez, The Jr. Colombian hopeful landed herself in 9th place Open on the weekend - JackRice - Mountain Biking Pictures - Vital MTB
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  • PHOTO BLAST - U.S. Open of Mountain Biking
  • Nina Hoffmann on the gas
  • Who bettter to interview Nina Hoffmann than her teammate?
  • Clay Harper - The man who makes it all happen! THANK YOU
  • Asa Vermette, this kid came out of nowhere and he is fast! Like real fast
  • Ethan Craik - race didn't go as planned, so he put on a show at the bottom for the fans
  • Andrew Driscoll having chain issues at the bottom and still pulling off a 2nd place in his class
  • Austin San Souci
  • The Captain - always a treat when he is announcing the race
  • Tyler Zenoni winning the hotly contested (and fun to watch) Cat 1 17-18
  • Winner of one of the most competitive classes, Cat 1 15-16, Ryder Lawrence
  • The envy in those eyes LOL
  • Fernanda Gildemeister, zooming into 6th
  • Kale Cushman
  • Valentina Roa Sanchez, The Jr. Colombian hopeful landed herself in 9th place Open on the weekend
  • Women's National Champ, Kailey Skelton, pulling off a 4th place after feeling pretty under the weather all weekend
  • Kailey Skelton
  • Adaptive Sport Podium - the rigs these guys had were incredible, to say the least
  • Adaptive Sport Podium
  • Aletha Ostgaard watching to see if her result landed her on the podium (it did)
  • Aletha Ostgaard
  • Asa Vermette coming out of nowhere and throwing down this weekend and ended up in 3rd with the big dogs  Cheers dude
  • Chris Grice, popping out of the woods for the final stretch
  • Dante Silva crashed out during his race run but with the World Cup season he had, I think he will be alright
  • Headed up for the party in the woods
  • Jackson Goldstone, another rider that dealt with a quick crash that ended his chances for the win, but still placed 11th
  • Jackson Goldstone sticking around and congratulating all the riders
  • Jake Kahn, the embodiment of #USDH right there
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