Notes: The CIC3* course ran extremely soft with 13/16 riders having clean rounds, zero eliminations, and only one rider having more than single digit time penalties. If history is any sort of a guide, The Fork is going to ride much differently next weekend, and it’s fair to ask if the Galway CIC3* is a strong enough Rolex prep. The CIC2* rode differently, with 5 out of 9 starters having problems around the course, and Max McManamy winning on Beacon Hill and Tiana Coudray getting eliminated with overnight leader Master Hill.
Notes: Amy Tryon had a good round with Coal Creek, adding just 6.8 XC time penalties, but retired on XC with overnight leader Leyland.
Notes: Sarah Cousins dominated the OI, taking 1st, 2nd, and 3rd on The Robber Baron, Tsunami III, and Joule. Jamie Lee French also had an impressive weekend in the JYOP, taking the top two spots with Drummer Boy and Speak of the Devil.