The UCI World Cups loss was the 2020 MTBA National Champioships gain as Troy Brosnan took home his eighth elite men’s downhill title whil there was a changing of the guard in the elite women with Sian A’Hern claiming her first ever national jersey.
Brosnan, who only arrived at the event on Friday claimed gold by +1.234 to Connor Fearon and local Aaron Gungl in third.
Jackson Frew who was last down the hill would end up fourth while Victorian Baxter Maiwald rouned out the podium.
With no Tracey Hannah for the first time in three years, the Australian sleeve would find a new owner and A’hern took the opportunity to post a 4:15:402 more than 15 seconds ahead of Tegan Molloy in second and Ellie Smith third.
Luke Meier-Smith proved why he’s been picked up by Propain Factory Racing as he claimed the national jersey ahead of Josh Arcus and Joel Sutherland.
Cassie Voysey won gold by the smallest margin ahead of first year junior Ashleigh Weinert.
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