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The drifts, the drops and the dirt, introducing the US round of the UCI World Cup.
DirtTV bring you all the race carnage from the Windham World Cup in which Santa Cruz Syndicate's Steve Peat made it to the finish line in one piece only to be defeated by Trek World Racing's Aaron Gwin, who became only the third rider in history to win four races in a season.
Gee Atherton and Greg Minnaar finished back in 11th and 12th place respectively with Andrew Neethling, Steve Smith and Brook Macdonald rounding out the top five.
1. Aaron Gwin 2:24.037
2. Steve Peat +02.339
3. Andrew Neethling +03.207
4. Steve Smith +03.476
5. Brook Macdonald +03.545
6. Justin Leov +03.683
7. Sam Blenkinsop +04.597
8. Troy Brosnan +04.811
9. Danny Hart +04.914
10. Fabien Barel +05.251