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  1. Both Cecile (Commencal Vallnord Enduro Team) and Adrien (Lapierre) dominated their respective fields - Ravanel winning all six stages and Dailly winning three. Katy Winton (Trek Factory Racing) posted a career best second place after impressive times all day, with Rocky Mountain Urge bp's Andreane Lanthier Nadeau equalling her best EWS result with third place. Fans in awe as Cecile Ravanel battles the top rocks on stage 3. Speaking after the race Cecile said: "I enjoyed the race today but it was not easy, the trails were slippy but I'm happy with my performance and I'm looking forward to France next." In the men's race series leader Greg Callaghan (Cube Action Team) had the weight of his native Ireland on his shoulders as the crowds willed him to win on home soil for the third year in a row, but his eventual 10th place was enough to secure his series lead. Dailly proved the strongest rider on the day, putting five seconds into second placed Sam Hill (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) and 18 seconds into Martin Maes (GT Factory Racing) in third. Adrien said: "I'm happy and surprised to win here, it was a good race and I loved having all the fans to cheer me on." The young Frenchman is showing such racing experience, Adrien Dailly picked up his second round win here in Ireland. In the U21 Men Elliot Heap (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) enjoyed his first EWS win, with Thibault Laly in second and Lucas Cole in third. Estelle Charles had a stormer of a race to win U21 Women, with Leah Maunsell in second and Martha Gill in third. Karim Amour (BH-Miranda Racing Team) continues his charge in the Master's category with another win, whilst Nigel Page (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) had to settle for second and Woody Hole (Hope) third. In the Master's Women Soph Bagnall clinched the win, with series leader Mary Mcconneloug in second and Orla McClean in third. Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team lead the team rankings, closely followed by Canyon Factory Enduro Team in second with Rocky Mountain Urge-bp in third place. The fans came out in all shapes and sizes. Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series, said: "Once again Ireland has delivered us an incredible race. I'm always blown away by the level of support and enthusiasm for the sport here in Ireland and this year's fans did not disappoint - to see thousands of them lining the trails was just amazing and created such an unbelievable atmosphere for the riders." Full results from the race can be found here. The Enduro World Series returns for round five on June 30 for the Natural Games EWS Millau driven by Urge bp.
  2. The dry and dusty conditions of practice were quickly forgotten as the riders set out in torrential rain to tackle seven stages which covered 57 kilometres and 1500 metres of climbing. Stages that had been hailed as the most fun ever during practice became a lot more intimidating in the wet and caught many a rider off guard come race day. However, as with round one in Rotorua, the tough conditions made for exciting racing, with an ever set of changing results in the men’s race. In the end it was Adrien Dailly (Lapierre Gravity Republic) who reigned supreme - taking his first win since moving up from the U21 category. Despite leading after stage six, a crash on the last stage of the day cost Greg Callaghan (Cube Action Team) dearly and pushed him back into second place. A late resurgence from Sam Hill (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) saw him win stages five and seven and clinch third place in the process. Adrien Dailly in full attack mode on stage 5. Photo credit: Enduro World Series. Speaking after the race Adrien said: “I was very happy but also really surprised to take the win. I’ve won as an U21 before but this is my first win in the men’s category and it means a lot. I loved the trails here in Derby and the crowds were amazing, it was such a great event. I’m really looking forward to the rest of the season now." In the women’s race Isabeau Courdurier (SUNN) made her intentions clear from the start, winning the first three stages. Cecile Ravanel (Commencal Vallnord Enduro Team) rallied to take stages four and five, but it wasn’t enough to match Isabeau’s pace and the young French rider took her first Enduro World Series win. Cecile had to settle for second place and a hard fought battle by Ines Thoma (Canyon Factory Enduro Team) saw her take a very deserved third place. It didn't take long for the goggles to be rendered useless, Isabeau charging on stage 1 and setting the tone for the day. Photo: Enduro World Series. Isabeau said: “I was not expecting this after Rotorua. I’ve been sick and today I was feeling quite good but I was thinking just ride calm, just ride safe, you need to finish this race. The conditions were really tough because I’m not used to riding in the wet but I just kept calm and chose some nice lines and it worked. I have no words for today - It cannot be better than this.” In the Master’s Men it was Karim Amour (BH Miranda Racing Team) who won, with Nigel Page (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) in second and reigning World Champion Michael Broderick in third. Mary Mcconneloug won Master’s Women, with Australians Jodi Newton and Sharon Heap in second and third respectively. Brian Regnier squeezing those 800m bars through the rock slab. Photo credit: Enduro World Series. In the U21 men it was Australian Ben McIlroy who stormed to the win, with fellow Aussie Blake Pearce coming in second and New Zealand’s Ben Friel in third. Martha Gill was the lone U21 Women but posted a very competitive time nonetheless. Rocky Mountain Urge bp picked up Team of the Day, with Canyon Factory Enduro Team in second and Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team in third. GT Factory Racing still lead the overall team competition though, followed by Canyon Factory Enduro Team in second and Rocky Mountain Urge bp in third. Stage 6 in all its glory from the main road. Photo credit: Enduro World Series. Full results from the race are available here. The Enduro World Series returns on April 13 for round three from the beautiful Atlantic island of Madeira for the Enduro World Series Powered by Freeride Madeira.
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