Pilgrim wins in Leogang

Brit takes 26TRIX after weather stops play.
By Ric McLaughlin
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Britain's Sam Pilgrim yet again retook the lead of the FMB World Tour after victory from close rivals Brett Rheeder and Sam Reynolds.

Unfortunately wind and rain forced organisers to cancel the finals and as a result, the previous qualifying runs stood. 

Sam Pilgrim took the win
Sam Pilgrim took the win Pilgrim's no-nonsense approach to 26TRIX qualifying ended up paying dividends as he took the win. He says he's fed up of leading the series through Europe only to lose out when it comes to the big North American comps. Could this be his year? © Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool
Brett Rheeder took a deserved second place
Brett Rheeder took a deserved second place Brett Rheeder is hitting the form of his life and was looking ominous in qualifying. The Canadian has put the miles in for the European comps this season. © Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool
Sam Reynolds took third
Sam Reynolds took third After open disgruntlement at the tour's last stop at the Red Bull Bergline where he missed out on the finals, third here was a welcome return to form for Sam Reynolds. © Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool
Szymon Godziek best trick
Szymon Godziek best trick Szymon Godziek picked up the Best Trick at 26TRIX with an incredible cash roll. © Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool