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  • MoonCypher Pant by MoonCypher 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.


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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