Trek World Racing’s Aaron Gwin posted the first American World Cup victory on home soil in more than a decade when he won the downhill two weeks ago at the Windham, New York World Cup. Now he’s on pace to win the downhill World Cup overall. But first, check out the sights and sounds from Windham. Can you say U-S-A!
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