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Tracy is the one to beat
8:40am Wednesday 21st August 2013 in Sport
TRACY Moseley leads the inaugural Enduro World Series for women after five gruelling races with two more to come.
The 34-year-old Malvern ace was second at Crankworx Whistler in Canada, competing over eight hours with five stages in the event.
Last month, Moseley, of team leaders Trek Factory Racing, won at Colorado Winter Park in the championships which are designed to test the skill and endurance of the top mountain bike riders.
French star Anne Caroline Chausson took the Canadian win over the Great Britain woman by just over one minute and four seconds.
Moseley claimed the women’s world downhill mountain bike championship in 2010.
She is back to support her Malvern Cycle Sport clubmates this weekend at the Olympic track in Essex.
They were well represented at the final round of the Midlands XC Racing Series at Eastridge Woods, Shropshire, with four young riders on the podium.
The final course was challenging with big climbs and technical rocky sections.
Evie Richards finished first in the youth female category race and the 16-year-old The Chase School pupil won her series overall.
Josh Brooks, in the youth male section, was second on the day and third overall.
Ryan Williams managed third in the youth male and James Dickens first in the junior male categories.
Mark Webb was 17th in a large, competitive veteran male section as the results reflected the work, enthusiasm, ability and commitment of all the riders.
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