Sports Canada's Miller wins mountain bike gold

18:36  10 september  2017
18:36  10 september  2017 Source:   MSN

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Miranda Miller of Canada (1st), Myriam Nicole of France (2nd) and Tracey Hannah of Australia (3rd) celebrate on the podium for the Elite Womens Downhill race during the 2017 Mountain Bike World Championships on September 10, 2017 in Cairns, Australia. © Brett Hemmings Miranda Miller of Canada (1st), Myriam Nicole of France (2nd) and Tracey Hannah of Australia (3rd) celebrate on the podium for the Elite Womens Downhill race during the 2017 Mountain Bike World Championships on September 10, 2017 in Cairns, Australia. CAIRNS, Australia - Canadian Miranda Miller won the elite downhill title at the mountain bike world championships on Sunday, giving Canada its second medal in as many days at the event.

The Squamish, B.C., native held off a field that included World Cup champion Myriam Nicole of France for Canada's first elite downhill world title since Cindy Devine won in 1990 — the first year of the mountain bike world championships.

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RIO DE JANEIRO—Catharine Pendrel probably couldn’t have started Saturday’s Olympic mountain bike race any worse. Sweden’s Jenny Rissveds won the gold in 1:30:15, while Maja Pendrel won Canada ’ s 22nd medal in Rio, 16 of which have come from women. “It’s amazing.

Jenny Rissveds has won the women' s mountain bike gold . World youth champion Rissveds, 22, finished 37 seconds ahead of Poland' s Maja Wloszczowska, a silver medallist also in Beijing in 2008, and close to a minute and a half in front of Catharine Pendrel of Canada .

Nicole won silver and Australia's Tracey Hannah took bronce. Canadian Vaea Verbeeck placed 16th. Defending champion Rachel Atherton of Britain broke her collarbone in training and did not compete.

"It's pretty crazy," said Miller. "I don't think it has sunk in yet. I feel like I had some luck on my side, but I'll take it. It's pretty cool. I'm sure in a couple days it will feel a bit different."

Canada won bronze on Saturday when Holden Jones finished third in the junior men's cross-country race.

Canada got off to a disappointing start Sunday when defending junior men's champion and No. 1-ranked Finnley Iles of Whistler, B.C., crashed twice on his run and finished 10th. Matt Walker of Britain won the race.

Samuel Thibault was the top Canadian in the elite men's category in 53rd place.

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