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Poland Delivers For Team DHaRCO 🏆

Poland Delivers For Team DHaRCO 🏆

What a weekend of racing for team DHaRCO at Bielsko-Biala as we saw plenty of riders stepping onto the podium.

In the women's elite Enduro, Isabeau Courdurier did an incredible second race and showed us that she has what it takes to make it when the going gets tough.

After a big battle all day with Harriet Harden (who won last week), Isa found the motivation and the speed to make up 2.5 sec on the Brit in the last stage and won the race by only 0.2 sec after 27min of racing ! What a race !! 

This first victory of the season, the 21th in her career, allows her to take back the leader jersey on her shoulder for the next round.

In the U21 category, Lily Planquart had enough pace to grab a 2nd place, only 2 seconds from the top step for a second race in a row. A big crash on stage 1 took away her chances to win this time but she is in top form and already looking to the next event.



In the Downhill event the feel good story of the day was Amaury Pierron back on top.

Less than a year ago, Amaury broke his neck in Lenzerheide, suffering yet another brutal set back in his story book career. Today, he proved once again that he's a champion caliber rider, landing himself a 5th place finish and his first World Cup podium since July 2022. 

"How good is that? From hell to 5th in the world. No words to describe what I've been through, but just so stoked to feel some proper race vibes again. Finishing on the podium is definitely the cherry on the cake."

The Juniors also impressed with Heather Wilson putting down one heck of a run taking the win for a second week in a row, and with a time that would have placed 4th in the Elite Womens.

To top off the weekend Tom Isted took out the Slopestyle gold at the IXS Dirtmasters festival in Germany and is looking in top form as he head’s to Cairns for the upcoming CRWX event.