World cup winners and world champions in the men's and women's fields highlight strong representation from Team USA in the Austrian-hosted event.
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Aaron Gwin led the U.S. contingent at the Windham World Cup with another downhill victory, while Lea Davison finished fourth in the XC.
Chloe Woodruff and Jill Kintner dominate the women's events, while Gwin, Fintsterwald, and Grotts win men's races.
Two-time defending World Cup downhill champion leaves Trek World Racing
Aaron Gwin is our North American MTB Man of the Year
Trek World Racing will end its XC program in 2013, but in doing so will shift its full attention to gravity, spearheaded by Aaron Gwin
As a racer who prides himself on consistency, for Gwin the championships don't decide a true champion, but are just one race
Trek team shows off their new Bontrager tire and while teammates Gwin and Leov took top 10 finishes, Neko Mulally took a hit to the head
Be transported to the Fort William course as Aaron Gwin's helmet cam shows you what it really feels like to be a World Cup downhiller
The final event of the MTB World Cup racing season (#7 of the year) was last weekend in Val Di Sole, Italy. Gwin had already wrapped up the title, but still showed up to the event on said prototype bike and crushed it to win with a time of 3:10.35 …