Shortly before the Junior World Championship titles were decided in Fort William, the Elites would get seeding out of the way.
Seeding has wrapped in Fort William with the first scalps going to the fastest riders on track today. Who will leave Scotland with the Rainbow Stripes? Only time will tell…
Vali Höll continued her dominant World Cup form by putting almost six seconds in Tahnee Seagrave who did have a lie down in her run. Marine Cabirou would round out the top three. Times are tight behind the current World Champ though so it’s all to play for tomorrow.
In a top 30 separated by 10 seconds, Bruni’s 0.78 margin over Leogang World Cup winner Andreas Kolb is a chasm that everyone will want to close. Bernard Kerr would be another half a second back in third and the big names just keep coming after that.
Bruni has made the first step to defending his title he won on home soil last year in Les Gets.
Full results can be found on the Tissot website here.