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After a very late night and an amazing yesterday I'm sure most peoples
heads were pounding and in need of a bit of a sleep in. Add in record
high temperatures and very dusty conditions you'd think the Canadian
Open was somewhere like in Utah or Interior BC. The final event is
surely not be missed as the Canadian Open downhill course is straight
up gnarly. With super steep technical singletrack to a new bottom jump
section with some serious pop everyone who was there to see it live
got their days worth. The Open is starting to become a huge crowd
pleaser with the shirts off rock and rowdy crowds heckling anyone they
could and others just running all over to see all the features.
In the end it was top world cup downhillers Emmeline Ragot taking the
Pro womens and Gee Atherton taking the mens. Both are looking forward
to the World Championships in 2 weeks in Mt. Saint Anne QC.
Crankworx 2010 is surely to go down as the best ever with yesterdays
record crowds and great weather everyday all events went off without a
Until next year where we'll be back again enjoy some of the highlights
of today and overall.