Mont-Sainte-Anne UCI Mountain Bike World Championships 2019 - The IFR in video

The UCI Mountain Bike World Championships. The biggest mountain bike of the season. Here’s how things went in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec, for the team:

Race results:

• Qualifying:
o Jack Moir: 7th
o Neko Mulally: 12th
o Aaron Gwin: 37th
• Finals:
o Aaron Gwin: 12th
o Jack Moir: 18th
o Neko Mulally: 23rd

“I had a lot of fun being back at the races this weekend. It’s been a tough couple of months at home injured, and with only a few weeks on the bike, I’m happy with where I’m at. I fought hard and it’s good to be right back in the mix with the top guys. Looking forward to getting stronger and back up to full speed as soon as I’m able.” - Aaron Gwin.

“Had a heap of fun riding MSA this year. I felt good on track all weekend and was super excited to race. Happy with how I rode, and a step in the right direction from the last few races, but was hoping for a little more result wise.” - Jack Moir

“Happy with the weekend at Mont-Sainte-Anne. I felt good on track and was happy with my approach to the final. I pushed the front wheel and saved a crash that cost me some time in my race run, but was happy to be riding at a fast pace.” - Neko Mulally

“First, it was great to have Aaron back racing. I know how hard it has been for him to miss the past few races, but he’s been patient and come back at the right time. At the same time, let’s be honest, the top 5 – 6 guys are on another level right now. But this team is a group of people who are going to take the challenge to catch up to these guys. I believe it’s coming.” - Todd Schumlick.

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