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News — Laurie Greenland

Greenland wins again, Vergier 3rd in Windham, NY.

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Laurie Greenland (GBR) has won yet another junior DH world cup this past weekend in Windham, NY.  The story of the day however for SDG athletes was Loris Vergier (FRA) with his best World Cup performance ever, bagging himself a 3rd place finish after a very long stay in the hot seat. With Emmeline Ragot out for the  remainder of the season with ankle and arm injuries, Rachel Atherton (GBR) was able to seal up the title chase. Atherton credited the French SDG rider and World Cup veteran with creating an exciting season of racing, and wished her well in...

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Greenland wins and Bruni second in Mont Ste Anne.

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It was another great weekend of World Cup racing for SDG as Laurie Greenland took the win in the junior event and Loic Bruni (FRA) took home second for the Elite men. Troy Brosnan joined Loic on the Podium in 3rd.   The track here at MSA is a beast, and the 25th running of the race here didn’t pull any punches. As usual, the race course features full speed open sections littered with loose sniper rocks hidden in the weeds, as well as incredible slick technical rock gardens that make riders arms scream for mercy. With the typical crazy Quebec...

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Greenland and Bruni podium in Switzerland.

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Trek’s Laurie Greenland (GBR) rode his SDG saddle to the win in the junior category at this weekend’s stop on the World Cup circuit in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.  Loic Bruni rode to a second place finish just .96 back after a spectacular save. Emmeline Ragot (FRA) was 5th in the women’s category.A fresh track here in Switzerland meant that the playing field was levelled. A very wide,  creative tape job turned a track that most riders were not so sure about earlier in the week, into a course worthy of a World Cup race. Incredibly steep and loose, giant braking bumps...

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