Recap: Whatcom World Cup #2 – Sponsored by Transition Bikes

A huge thank you to Transition Bikes, our volunteers, 96 racers, our photographers (Erik Arcus and Skye Schillhammer), our timers (Marc and Corbin from Pacific Multisports) and the hecklers who came out to help cheer on for our 2nd Whatcom World Cup.   Our first racer dropped in at 6:30 and we elected to have 30 second intervals to ensure we got off the hill at a reasonable hour.

The course was on some of the most popular trails and was fun route from the top of the mountain down to the bottom – Evo, Pump Track, The Sh*t, Eagle Scout to A-Dog.

WWC 2 – Evo to A Dog

Full results are here:  Whatcom World Cup 2 – Evo to A Dog.

Images from Lone Tree Photography can be found here.

Our current Schedule and more details about the Whatcom World Cup can be found here.

Ready to race. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Getting focused before dropping in. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Finnegan McDermott on his way to winning 12-14 year old category. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Tyler Caldwell airing it out on Evo. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Andrew Keller on Evo post crash. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Air Time. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Cory Rand getting after it. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Chaz Bromont gettin steezy. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Thanks to Chef Kev for manning the bbq all night! Photo: Skye Schillhammer

12-14 year old podium 1. Finnegan McDermott 2. Gabe Henderson and 3. Alec Rodriguez Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Sarah Finger on her first ever bike race! Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Men’s Podium: 1. Lars Sternberg 2. Eric Olsen and 3. Craig Folsom Photo: Skye Schillhammer

Women’s Top 3: 1. Lili Heim 2. Courtney McFadden (not pictured) 3. Liz Braml Photo: Skye Schillhammer

A racer drops into A Dog. Photo: Skye Schillhammer

 

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