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Charlie Harrison represented America well for the Juniors, sending it to fourth spot and his best WC result to date.
Jackson Frew pinned this section better than most elites on his way to 5th on one of the driest and dustiest tracks all season.
Neil Stewart... like a boss.
Andras Simon of the United States down through the fields on his two-stroke.
Laurie Greenland took another win and, in doing so, also clinched up the World Cup title.
2nd, 2nd, 3rd, 1st, 1st, 1st and the war was won. Crimmins' and Trillo's title dreams are over.
Boys club; Greenland, Dickson and Stewart.
Missy Giove gives you just two options: death-grip, or the middle finger.
Manon Carpenter is picking up momentum and finding her flow. She took another second place finish today.
With 6th place today, Katy Curd has had a solid season and could make it back on the podium one more time before it all comes to a close.
Emilie Siegenthaler's on her way to 7th, pipped at the post by Curd by 0.4 seconds.
Pom Pon is back, but a crash kept her well at bay from the win at the back of the podium.
Tahnee Seagrave is in the form of her young days right now and completed a British 1-2-3 on the podium today.
Seagrave couldn't topple Carpenter this afternoon, but took down Hannah by just under a second.
Rachel Atherton didn't just win today, she crushed it. 9.36 seconds up. On this track, that's an eternity.
The fastest ladies you ever did see.
God save our gracious Queen, Rachel.
Shoot for the moon... if you miss you'll land among the stars. Or just really far down the course. Bernard points it.
George Brannigan was gutted to crash on his race run, but unfortunately it happened again. Three more times.
Danny Hart is one of those any track, any conditions kind of guys, but this time he just couldn't get the dry and dusty American beast on lock.
Markus Pekol couldn't quite match his quali rank of 9th, but still had a super strong ride today, finishing 13th after severely damaging his pedal in the top section.
Sam Blenkinsop kept it fast and loose throughout the week and on Saturday, but a few bobbles cost him a few precious seconds. Sam was only three and a half seconds off of the podium, but eleven riders occupied that space.
11th in the quali, 11th in the final makes for some pretty impressive consistency for the number 69, Matt Walker.
Loris Vergier had his break-out ride today, with a fantastic third place in pro men.
6th and 7th at the first splits, Harry Heath held on for his best ever result and first top 10 with a 9th place finish.
Hotseat nerve levels peaking as Vergier spends what must have felt like at least a few months in the hot seat.
Back. In. This. Stevie Smith has officially found old form once again and in good time ahead of the Worlds in Andorra three weeks from now.
Atherton looked exceptional on track in more than a few places, but in the end a small dose of 'x-factor' seemed about all that was missing.
Greg Minnaar was on point today, but it wasn't enough to stop the mighty American on home soil.
Minnaar across the line to another 'shock' podium to match his best performance here of 2nd place in 2010.
The living legend looked to have pulled off yet another amazing victory, with clean lines and no mistakes during his run. But in the end, he'd find himself knocked down a spot by America's own World number 1.
Six seconds back, with a crash... Downhill will forever be about what could have been. Better luck next time Troy.
Loic Bruni off another rip-roaring run combining insane smoothness with stem-chewing aggression.
The home crowd cheering Gwin in as he stares down the finish line after arguably one of the cleanest and most powerful downhill race runs of all time.
A hurried, small awards ceremony to keep the surging crowds at bay. The air was absolutely electric in the finish area with the home fans going bananas.
The five gents on top of their game for Windham 2015.