FISE World Denver 2016


06 Sep 2016 07:46

Logan Martin has a hard time, Daniel Dhers keeps going...

In a stopover that should have been his, Logan Martin failed on a triple whip that he usually lands every time. This crash cost him a lot and with a  sixth place in Denver, he lets Daniel Dhers who seemed less at ease physically than usual continue his points collection by carefully managing his two runs. With another second place he takes the leading spot on top of the World Cup ranking. Jack Clark also earns precious points and is closely behind Mike Varga 3rd overall. Unlucky that weekend, Alex Coleborn can blame the airline that lost his BMX during four days, delivering him his bike too late. With this blank stopover, the English goes down in 6th place. 
Naturally, we would like to salute the sensational debut of Brandon Loupos who on his first stopover this year earns 10000 points straight, which should make him want to come back for more in Edmonton in 15 days, where the battle for first place should be again totally exciting.