Qualifying Results from the Monster Pro Downhill Series Round 1

Apr 7, 2024
by Ed Spratt  
Ahead of tomorrow's racing, riders got between the tape for seeding for the Monster Pro Downhill Series Round 1 at Ride Rock Creek.

Check out who went fastest and the full results below.

Course Preview:

Dakotah Norton and Nik Nestoroff take a lap of the round one course at Rock Creek.

Practice Highlights:

Elite Women

1st. Kailey Skelton: 2:08.912
2nd. Aletha Ostgaard: +4.239
3rd. Erice Van Leuven: +7.629
4th. Abby Ronca: +11.873
5th. Taylor Ostgaard: +12.906

Fastest Splits:
Split 1: Kailey Skelton: 25.172
Split 2: Kailey Skelton: 39.720
Split 3: Kailey Skelton: 35.883
Split 4: Kailey Skelton: 15.266
Final Split: Aletha Ostgaard: 12.418

Elite Men

1st. Austin Dooley: 1:52.836
2nd. Luca Shaw: +0.188
3rd. Christopher Grice: +0.361
4th. Richie Rude: +0.679
5th. Dakotah Norton: +1.120

Fastest Splits:
Split 1: Dante Silva: 21.056
Split 2: Dakotah Norton: 34.963
Split 3: Christopher Grice: 31.137
Split 4: Luca Shaw: 13.618
Final Split: Luca Shaw: 11.195

Full Results

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  • 19 2
 Good for Richie. Dude wants to race bicycles. Sees the end is nigh for EDR
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 Josh Hill racing DH! Rad!
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 And Cade Clason
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 What happened to Pinkerton?
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 Mechanical, pretty much right out of the gate.
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 @Twenty6ers4life: can he race in finals or not?
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 @Roost66: yes, he’s first to go down the mountain.
  • 4 0
 Black Bee must be buzzing to be racing this event!
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 On my way there right now!!!
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 Wow! So cool!
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 Dylan Conte in the top 15!!! Go Deez!!
  • 1 0
 Guerilla gravity was going bananas at this one
  • 2 2
 Last time I checked Frida Rønning was from Norway?
  • 4 0
 Same was discussed last year with some US race. Apparently the "nationalities" are in some cases marked based on place of residence and she's been studying in the US for a while now. That said, I'm not sure what's the situation with Erice van Leuven here. But in short, not the first US race with weird nationalities.
  • 2 1
 When was the last time you checked?

@donimo: in our site profiles, nations and their badges simply indicate current location. People make an awful lot of nations, but it's not like they're multinationals. My old desktop OS no longer displays flags, but many have moved to FL lately
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 Sometimes you'll see Greg Minnaar listed as "Andorra" instead of South Africa on race results because he has a place in Andorra during the season and the person entering data at the race assumes his mailing address is his nationality. Common mistake for ex-pat racers.
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 CG wins
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 @likeittacky: I decided to delete my message. It wasn't worth your time.
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 @suspended-flesh: OK

Either way, i think CG might surprise us and lay down a heater; although its tight racing.
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 @suspended-flesh: CG goes 3rd only 0.361 off 1st place tup
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 Mistake, CG did not finish 3rd. Vital had what i thought were the final results.

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