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  • MoonS7 Mushin Pant by MoonS7 Mushin Pant
Competitions 24 October 2005 - 10:28:13 Posted by Freak      

LWC: Maja Vidmar and Ramon Puigblanque won in Shangai

Maja Vidmar and Ramon Puigblanque won the 7th leg of the Lead World Cup in Shangai (China) last weekend.

SCARPA VISION


Men Women
1 Ramon Puigblanque ESP
2 Jorg Verhoeven NED
3 Cedric Lachat SUI
1 Maja Vidmar SLO
2 Angela Eiter AUT
3 Yuka Kobayashi JPG
complete results complete results


Maja Vidmar (interview) got her first victory in the Lead World Cup interrupting a positive serie of 6 victories in a row of Angela Eiter (interview)!
All our congratulations to Maja: we know that a victory was a personal target for her this year!

İMaja Vidmar



With still 2 legs to go, Angela Eiter is steadily first in the general lead world cup ranking with 680 points, where Maja Vidmar follows with 481.
Flavio Crespi, that won 3 legs this year, leads among the men with 529 points, followed by Ramon Puigblanque (466) and Cedric Lachat (430).

Puigblanque Ramon Julian
Puigblanque Ramon Julian (ESP) competng in Puurs
Ph: Worldcuppuurs.com


Just a small note: Alex Chabot, winner ex equo with Flavio Crespi in Marbella, didn't compete in Shanghai due to the open issue between him and the French Federation: this is without any doubt a bad thing for our sport and we hope that the situation will be sorted out as soon as possible.

Next leg in Valence (France) - 27/29 October.

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