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With Fort William catapulting Danny Hart and Brook Macdonald into the upper echelons of World Cup racing, all eyes turned to Leogang for what looked like being a close run race on the shorter Austrian track.
Trek's Aaron Gwin put the frighteners on everyone in Fort William, establishing a 5 second lead before a mistake left him back in fifth place. Keen to set things right, Leogang would see the US pinner reaffirm the form he showed in the first two races, nailing a time of 3:44.181, over two seconds up on Gee Atherton's second place time.
1. Aaron Gwin 3:44.181
2. Gee Atherton +02.113
3. Greg Minnaar +05.721
4. Steve Smith +07.942
5. Sam Hill +09.225
6. Danny Hart +09.253
7. Cedric Gracia +09.357
8. Justin Leov +09.984
9. Sam Blenkinsop +10.163
10. Brook Macdonald +10.615