iXS EDC: A season in pictures

We take a retrospective look at the iXS EDC 2012 through the pictures of Thomas Dietze

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Starting as you mean to go on
Rachel Atherton in the iXS EDC in Monte Tamaro

Starting as you mean to go on

Rachel Atherton steamed to first place in the first round of the iXS EDC at Monte Tamaro

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Greg Minnaar in Leogang
Greg Minaar at iXS Leogang

Greg Minnaar in Leogang

Greg Minnaar triumphed in Leogang with Steve Smith in second and Brook Macdonald coming in third. Gee Atherton did well to come in fourth after starting 285th after falling in the seeding run.

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A roaring start
Brook Macdonald at iXS Innerleithen

A roaring start

Ruaridh Cunningham came in first in the second leg in Innerleithen with Brook Macdonald coming in second after starting in 20th place after crashing out in the seeing run

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Robin Wallner comes out fighting
Robin Wallner at iXS Pila

Robin Wallner comes out fighting

Robin Wallner began to show real strength as he took first place in the fourth round at Pila, followed by fellow Swede Oscar Harnstrom and Joshua Button. Floraine Pugin took first place in the Women's Elite.

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Cutting it fine
Brendan Fairclough at iXS Chatel

Cutting it fine

iXS Chatel saw Brendan Fairclough took first place with a mere five hundreths of a second to spare.

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The competition hots up
Johann Potgieter

The competition hots up

Špičák saw Johann Potgieter take the top spot with Miriam Ruchti taking first in the women's race.

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Emmeline Ragot takes the title in Todtnau
Emmeline Ragot at iXS Todtnau

Emmeline Ragot takes the title in Todtnau

Miriam Ruchti gave good chase but Emmeline Ragot siezed the title and raced to first place.

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Robin Wallner wins it
Mens podium iXS Todtnau

Robin Wallner wins it

Swede Robin Wallner managed to take the title his closest challenger Johann Potgieter only managing 14th place.

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