|3||Kara Marbe Urbiztondo||625|
|1||Franz Brian A Solasco||650|
|3||Charles John Revyan||625|
Dandoy locks up with Patrick Switzer. Pic: Epic Session Distribution / Jay Mitra
Dumanjug, Philippines - In the first IDF race ever held in Asia, and in steady tropical rain, Canadian Patrick Switzer edged out local hero Dandoy (John Rex Tongco) in a final where both miraculously stayed upright despite heavy board-on-board contact. Billy Meiners from the USA took out third, enjoying a great view of the battle in front of him that almost gifted him his first IDF win.
Tamara Prader took out the women's final, marking the first ever occasion of a couple winning the Opens and Womens races at an event.Continue
Arbor World Cup Downhill Date Thursday, Friday, Saturday July 3rd-5th
Bowl Jam, Barrier Contest and Death Slalom Sunday July 6th
Downhill Event Registration is $250 CAD for the first class entered and $25 for the second class. Payment for registration will be made through PAYPAL
ALL registering athletes must be a member of the International Downhill Federation to register for the event.(YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO …Continue
Posted by Unkle on March 27, 2014 at 3:30
Check out the official announcement!
Leading the pack in the finals of the 2013 Maryhill Festival of Speed - Patrick Switzer Photo credit - Don Sheffler
Event Date: June 25 - 29, 2014
Event Registration is US$274 for the first class entered. An additional class is $51. A third class for athletes will not be offer at this year’s event. Payment for registration will be made through PAYPAL.
Posted by John Ozman on March 1, 2014 at 16:30
Photo: Patrick Bate
Full results of the race here: http://www.internationaldownhillfederation.org/page/2014-results-lago-cerrillo-formula-1-pr
Posted by Cyrille Harnay on February 3, 2014 at 23:30
Last year it was 5+1. In 2014 it's 6+1. What does that mean?
Each rider's best 6 results in 2014 will be included in their 2014 rankings.
("Best result" is defined by the amount of ranking points awarded. Twentieth in a WC is better than 1st in a WQS.)
Why the change?
Last year we had 8 World Cup races. This year we'll have more, so it makes sense to include more in the rankings.