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Last weekend was the high point in a season of intensely exciting downhill racing.
Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, the classic of classics in the downhill World Cup calendar (it’s been hosting World Cups since ’91), the eighth and final round of the 2023 series, was a race for the ages.
Massive spectator turnout, a brutal and brilliant track, epic racing and fairy-tale results – MSA had it all.
You’ll find our notes below, with photos by Boris Beyer and Sven Martin.
Hope you enjoy looking through.
James and the Misspent Summers team
LET IT ROLL: Notes from Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, downhill World Cup R8 2023
Here’s a quick recap of the race:
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